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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - December 21, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                HUTCHINSON SUNDAY MORNINGDECEMBER SENATOR Sis Defeat Would too a Calamity to the State of Something of the Esteem In lie Is Held by Ills opublloKns and Cutte in Bin Ability and lincoinproinlslng crau Plad for Opposing the Kleoyou In the Fact Thnt It Will Secure Ifnlr Kloctlonn lu the North ns aho VB I TUB HvrroHiNSON NEWB 806 Twelfth It is doubtful if the return of any rnsn United Stataa ever occa eioned a more general interest than that of Senator While the Republi cans confidently look for his the late erratic course of Kansas has con centrated the attention ot both While other prominent men are taking tbetr chances with the people iu the same their it ia regnrdedjwith comparative Nothing ia in aaiti Senator touohing upon thia sub ject but the return ot Ingalls la expected by the We do not be lieve that Kansas houors him teea than the Ingills haa something of a reputa tion for and yet none among these men whose reelection is haa called out BO many expressions of ad mlrulion and Hender of a little gathering ot west ern men last where Senator Ingalla reelection was under said The west demands a good crop of The elegance and dignity with which be has BO long as wull aa the fair ness and impartiality of his won him the respect and personal friend ship of hia In needed Be le wanted by the He belongs and Kansas should again put to her credit the wis dom a saying which Hoar returned to the senate chamber and then entering by another walked up and joined the same group in the embrasure of the Somebody at once asked aim in a jocular sort of way if the Democrats would not sooner retain Ingalla aa a presiding officer than see him defeated aa a Repub remarked that genial gentle and he shook I am against all Republicans from prin but I ailmlt the rare ability of and I confess to no little surprise at ttxe suggestion of Bending tome infe rior nnd unknown man iu bia Though we differ I know that evety Democrat in the senate would re gret beyond measure to loee him as a presiding Political opinion to tilt I Bay that Ingalla will go down upon the records as the grandest presiding officer iu the history of the Not only do we admire him for his dignity and but has won our respect and confidence for the absolute impartiality of his AH the Republican from Massachusetts and the Democrat from Tennessee could scarcely be accused of their jointopinion might well be regarded as a BBNATOK INOALLS AND SPEAKER Certain unfounded rumora have been percolating through the Kansas press to the effect that some sort of rupture hud disturbed the hitherto harmonious rela tions between the distinguished presid oa the elections in the even though we should be unable to obtain convictions for violations of the The law would at least stand for Justice and both north end This not and never has been a sectional BOOM and if the Republican party hoped to profit by it waa in the not down This goes to Kansas asked the senator in It he you may tell your people thatthe nation looks to them for the return to life of their dis tinguished John In I hear some talk of opposition out but I cannot but believe that when the miBta ot the late election have cleared away that the calm judgment of the people will be able to in him a man who haa never deserted hia and one who has been faithful to both state and Whomever bio be they laborers or of whatever trade or prof ejslon and pos eessedof proper stata Ingalls will be He ia the most bril liant and acute man in the and 1 trust that Kansas will continue to honor him as he has honored THE BOlDlKIlS No man in the United States senate i better qualified to speak on the of certain men In pension matters than Senator Himself one Of th moat influential members ot the pension it Is he has finally com to measure a man by his usefulness i that Said the senator jester while in conversation with a western a Kansas I believe I the old soldiers of Kansas fail to retur Ingalla they will have struck dow their best I personally know with just what zeal aud persistency h has worked for Instant in eeaso and out he haa been excelled by no on brain as well as ot The pluck that opened the west to flour ishing demands pluck in ita representative I cannot believe that Kansas ia ignorant of Ingalla power in the Hia and su preme skill in the use of con stitute him an invincible champion for Jtay an admirable representative VjKaay If known In his state as t rmia known in the he will not be revired from a public arena in which few men dare enter aajhia With the freali over so many ot the nations intellectual it la no time to mus ter out one of the foremost men of Amer and the brightest mind in the United States Senator a manso little given 4 j to expressions of much leas of with a warmth and earnest ness that were Kansas never repudiate so useful a Bhe may have other greatjand good but they have thua far no recognition of fact by their aervioea to their atate or their We who have Jthe Interests of the Republican parly will look with esgsrneaaifor Ingalla re Hia familiarity with public affairs and hia devotion to the Interests he serves have made him an important fac tor in national aft We look to hia re turn as an expression of the continued wisdom of It was a very high compliment that nf the senator from I said but a speaking acquaintance with Senator I have never talked with him or dined with nor have I ever asked a favor or received one of and It IB just because of this free dom from personal and political obliga tion that I want to expi eas my admiration TJi ot the Senator Ingnlla la a unique figure In national life and has ranged himself among the leader by bia own ia herent and hia unswerving fidel ity to the people and party he HIB state owes to thia brilliant man the conspicuous place ahe occupies in na tional It was In galls who picked Kansas from obscurity and Bet her seal high among the states that had been making history for a IngallB believes in nis He is par tisan in the eenae that makes a party pushes Its policy and demonstrates Nothing but the aort 9f enyy that loves a shining mark could re place such a man with an inferior and unknown 1 believe that Kansas recognize this fact before it to too The other day there occurred a pe culiar coincidence ot opinion between a Republican and Democratic unknown to each were discussing Senator Hoar of while chatting with tome of hie friends in the marble room ot tiie had said to some one who had alluded to the matter Kansas pride wiU return The people of that state know too well the value of to able and brilliant a repre and the senator from I Massachusetts looked VI believe the Democrata would eel M over defeat M would the ing officer of the senate and the eminent speaker of the house of Who saya that demanded Heed when his attention had been called to the alleged falling and the gentleman raised bia with an inquiring When informed that one of the uaual of the hour the speaker with If the most cordial relations between Senator and myself have I do not know and none of bis friends are mote anxidua for hie return to the senate than I am pleased with the loy alty of the Kanaab Hepubllcana in the and I can not conceive how the state of Kansas should waver In her gratitude to auch a representative as Ingalls has been for hia I red em continued after he had turned down a couple of members who came In to coax for recognition on some thing or I was in the senate four teen years when the name of John IngalU waa known to but hia face wae Without knowing the man I watched listened to and then turning to my neighbor a man who can state a proposition as that gentleman does IB a great who ia he The man who had so won my admiration waa Senator Ingalls and I have alwaya since had considerable respect for myself as a A KENNING MATE FOR When Simpson of Madison cornea to he will find that he ia not to tread alone the wine press with sockleaa From what can be learned of the representativeelect from the Fifth Minnesota he promises to become a capital running mate the famous member from the Seventh Ot the Kittle an Alliance the fol lowing reliable report is given by Sen ator McOormack ot North now In the city When nominated in the con Haiverson was called upon to Btato whether or not he could atane upon their Rising in bis and looking around for a moment in a eort of thia gifted son o Sweden exclaimed tint al then marching to the he climbed up and advancing to the stood stil and Al can stand wid bote Then glancing down upon the huge un polished receptacles of his understand he Ai tank and Mr Halveraona speech of acceptance was ac NEWHKASONfl FOB OrrOBINO THE Opposition to the eocalled force bill has been strengthened among Democrat within the last They have a net and clearly defined suspicion that the Republicans are now an anxious for the law in the north aa in the In their peraietent cry of sectionalism they Jiava overlooked two very Important tha Republicans know that the south can and will to a great extent evade or nulllf pREIGN ffrenoh Murder Trial Brought ti a Felloitous lyrand Condemned to Beath and Bompard Sentenced to Twenty Years The dermaii GoTernment Ui a Dilemma In Boforonco to the Afraid of Vet Fearing to TorlfT XjegUlatton in France Kilkenny Jampatitn Parnell Predicts Success Beston and Condon Oo to Holocne to Mtot 1 trial of Michael Syrand and Gabrielle Bompard for the murdjer of Notary Gouffe was continued n asuize court this The proceedings opened by the public irosf who aammoi up the case on eha f of the He began by proir ising to confine himself to the mur robbery of He gard the jury to follow him closely and 1 b diainisB from their mlnda all the evidence that had been presented rc ng He eaid he would ID hie interest and anxiety that Justice b done the ebldier by In th passage of billo for their relief he has beenindefatiguable and has never ceased to press upon us the importance and necessity of special I do not continued the all of the alleged grievances against Ingalla in bis own but I do know that very veteran in Kansas should stand his I think it more than likely that he people out there have been reflect ug a little since and if they lave they mutt know that ID galls has been the friend and of every important measure looking t jihe ntereata of the He is a great man and an faithful and untiring spokesman tor hia his party and or good I do not believe Saneas is given over to I lave faith in the cool judgment of the makb every possible effort to uphold justice against the theories he constituted a menace to He denounced the theories of the Nancy school of hypno and cited the results of Professor Ohirfcotfl experiments in support of his that a person hypnotized re talnid sufficient power to resist the operators He said that Professor Cnarcota experiment showed thivt no operator could bring ft subject so abso lutely under control ae to sorce him or her to commit a Regarding Bompard the public prosecutor said that the womans intel lect was not but it was depraved Both prisoners were equally The evidence showed that everything in tha room in which the crime was committed bad been prepared for the hanging of and it was idle to assert the con The murder of the notary would ave been impossible unless the man had Dogann ultimate although the temporary Improvement is quite Paul who has been treat tag seventyfive presented four caaas before the Bufeland who had been completely cured of pul monary Professor who is treating 127 cases of lung nays the general re sults are Llbberta reports the death of one patient which he Professor Loyden Bays great caution must be exercised in Injecting the lymph as it is Very powerful and affects the heart very The discontent of a flection of the Con servative members of the landtag has suddenly assumed an aggravated form threatening a political The dis content arises from the communal bill presented to a commission of the landtag by the The commission amended the bill so ae to preserve certain feudal privileges which the bill aims to The bill was returned to the minister of the who referred it to his who authorized him to inform the commission that if the landstag supported the amend ments it would be immediately The commission will Several of thoih will go to Bismarck and ask him to appeal to the leaders of the The government is warned that If the landtag is dissolved a general election would result in a Liberal The general expectance is that the govern ment will not risk an The announcement Boon of the engage ment of Prince William of Naaaua to Princess is Prince William is heir to has a good personal record and is liked by the The marriage would be step towards the ultimate absorption of Luxemborg by 1vv Though the confinement of the em press was premature she is recovering The condition of the child is The rumors that the emperor la finan cially embarrassed the expenses of his visits to the foreign courts are THE ELECTIONS BILL Senator Ingalls Addreaaea the Senate in Advocacy of Ho Discusses the Kccent Attempts of Mississippi to IHsfrnficMlsc tho Colored promptly any measures pasted that are not in lin with white but they aUc know that honest elections In the north will be for the advantage of the Republi can When asked on thia point the Other Senator Edmunds replied You can lay to the NEWS Chat it would 6t least not fail ia tha work of carrying FLORENCE BOLD TBAIN Daniel Bradford Wrecks a Pay Train and to Bob daring attempt was made this afternoon to rob the pay train of the New Or eana and Texas two milea south of The pay train was return ing to Bayou Lara from and as the engine was oroaaing a trestle the engineer aaw him drawn the rail in away by front oi a man whom be recognized as Darnel Bradford He was too late to stop the which waa while tender and pay car were thrown from the embankment who was in attempted to open the which was The train crew soon recovered from their sur and as their injuries were slight recognizing that he would b overpowered fled into the bu was captured and lodged in jail at Paymaster who was on received slight Bradford bud drawn the epifceand ttec a telegraph wire to the rail with whioh he drew it from its position and cauBei the He is a notorious criminal Sometime ago be shot and killed a negro at but was acquitted on the ground of A private tel egtam from Woodville intimates he wll be lynched before e her companionwho frankly avowed is It was the womans rope that trangled the victim to death it was the womaa who delivered QoufCe into the ands of who waited fora avorable moment to draw the cord with hichGauffe was trial was concluded lyriud was dohdemed to witj Bompard to twenty years at hard The woman upon hearing her sentence ippeared to be utterly overcome and fell tack into the arms of her Eyraud howed not the slightest sign of emotion While being conducted to his cell Syraud incessantly Con lemned to death at but I expected Be refused to eat hia He the hope to his keepers that le would be granted a Jompard is also in the hope that her entence will be FBENOH The Tariff Committee Busy at Work on the New tariff committee B holding prolonged sittings ia or to fin oh its examination of the government 111 before the reopening of the chamber Nearly every alteration mide by commission is in the direc of increase of The duty on wool has been made exceptionally The question of the suppression of the salary of Cardinal Lavigere on the ground that ha bad busied himself with politics on tho occasion of his defense of the re was debated in the senate Farmers lighting KAKBAB special from says A convention representatives from the Farmers Alii ance of the Seventh Kansas congreeeiona district met today to take actio upon the election of a successor to Ben ator A resolution was adopte instructing all Farmers Alliance mem bers of the legislature from the Bevant district to vote against logalla and tc work for hie Efforts to secur endorsements for one or another of th candidates were unsuccessful bud th delegates go uninatructed except ao far as the resolution their above stated effect Attempted KAHBAB special from says John wealthy farmer living a mile from hen waa called to hia door last night by stranger who asked Gamble to dlrec him to the house of a friend in the neig Gamble turned to d latter shot himi theback and then No rwwo is known for the attempted aasMalna een taken uty to reject ihe oman who was It waa the jurys story as of the culpable Farnell McCar bexton and have started for Bologne to meet Father Humphreys accompanies the Parnell made another speech this During his speech he said he felt it within him that the day of victory was near at and that this wag the last bitter and doubtful struggle for I he that the gates of darkness will open before We are even now we are walking in the shadow of yet the light will surely light of the Irish suns has never been and which never will but to will OUT alwaya be nfttion to noourage us to go forward and light our ath and show UK tha true On at road we will walk together to vlcto Throughout the town of Bkibbereen in ork have been posted placards bearing is words Civil war IB certain Farnelljt de rite the injury to bis continues to ke an active part in the campaign of Vincent Today he delivered address from the window of his e denied that it was flour that waa hrown in hia mate and lime he were the substances with which he He said that he would al ow no combination to drive him from la duty to however o would not yield to English he whole policy of his opponents was he ventilation of lies about a miserable They had nothing to atand upon ut But the pure waters of public pinion would wash them and their filth Coon Angwers Throagrh Tie minister ot justice defended the tdinal and the debate revealed the fact thkt the French government waa deslr ot B of establishing an entente with the SChe papal nuncio at Vienna has writ iefi to Cardinal Rampello that the Aus tin court and government regard with ilnCul apprehension any papal declara iiijnsin favor of the French Republic or a republican form of government in gen The next election of a pope is now alt early The whole influ epce of t France will be directec the selection of a cardinal Who IB favorable to the The cindidates who are aatifltactory to France ale Cardinals La La Valletta and Gibbons Ijhe last named cardinals ment of republican countries makes him gfavorite candidate after Cardinal La i a leading authority on ridicules the theory of th Nancy school regarding Bompard He sees nothing in the caa that places thewoman outside the cate gory of a vulgar Eyraud in summing up the case for hi clients companion describe her as an assignation woman of wh had brought a man of BO to the FBOM Important WHU the Koe Remedy 180C by New York Aasoctated experiments with Kcchs lymph ar being continued The cases trestet show that the lymph has all the aalutar elements that Dr Koch himself hi Claimed for Ha still maintains the remedy It t powerful in the icitia fttagps of William Dogan hae Attained aomenotoi ety aa buing the first American to be by ProfSwor h Doubts axe Koch sought an nterview with Minister P of the American to answer through him the many applica ons from America for his He aid he could not give the lymph to prl ate and would permit Its for saf ety a only In regular hna The Honso Again Kofasen to Fay to the ami Sends the flrsencr Dellolency lllll Back to tue The ot Flnnnolal OoHlp Gathered About the National bill waa taken Paddock gave notice that after the consideration of tha pending and be fore it should be concluded if iti debate waa to be proiraDted he ask the senate to take up the pure food Kdmunda demanded the regular and Bpooner commenced hU speech in favor of the elections Spooner said a great deal had been Bald about domiciliary but nothing had been said about the domiciliary visits of the nightridera in the or of the shooting of women and the whipping ot A good deal had been said also about the cost ot carrying out the pro visions of the The people of the United States would not hag gle at any coat that would bring about a fair and an honest The people of the north had spent biUiong in defending the from armed and the people could after having saved the to spend as much as might be necessary to protect themselves IB the free and highest expression of their wills at the In the course of hia speech 8pooner referred to the new conatitution of Mississippi as designed to disfranchise tha colored Ingalls affirmed aa his understand ing and and as the conviction ot the great mass of the people of the that the constitutional convention of Mis sissippi had been assembled for the avowed purpose of disfranchising a ma jority ot its who were aleo citi zens of the United It has been assembled for the express purpose of nullifying and defeating and overthrow ing the amendments to the constitution ot the United by agreeing to whieh the state of Mississippi had secured its readmiBBlon into the Addressing bis remarks southern senators Ingalh eaid that their peo ple had retained in the house of representatives and In the elec toral while they had suppressed the colored They had violated their TUey bad retained bv the repre unnkation vrhioh been given for fourteen supremacy in the house of representatives sad had on two occasions thwarted the will of the people by placing on one of these occasions the presidential chair a man who had never been elected to that office in any fair or juat means any more than the kahn et Tartray or the czar of Edmunds asked Mr lagalis wheth er the Mississippi convention had been called in accordance with the constitu tion of the state of and whether the results of He deliberations had been submitted to the Ingalla replied that he knew noth ing of Us being but he was ad and he believed that contrary to the usual course pursued in such cases ia free communities Its results were not to the people to be voted In no other way could the adoption ot such a monstrous tyranloal and despotic device ever have been imposed upon a people claiming to be Edmunds said the convention into existence by methods outside of tha constitution of the which provided a particular way for its own Hlgglns obtained the The conference report on the bill for building at Kansas City was presented and agreed The senate went into ex ecutive session and soon THE house went into commltte of the whole on the iltals where patients could have proper A KC8U FOB CLAIMS riBconAln Xand Office Opened for Sllluy tlie lieiervolx great aid on the land office to file claims m land in the great reservoir strip began 9 oclock this morning and thus far the filing hag proceeded without any disturb At an early hour thlo morning dayor Mueller directed Jells of the Wansiu Light to march hia company to the court louse square to preserve The ar rival of the militia put an effective damper on the ardor ofthe homesteaders and everything waa peace and quiet Up to noon fortyfive aggregating acres ot the beet in the strip had been and line ot over 100 men waa atill waiting at the Eight hundred settlers left last night with supplies to squat on At Eau Clave there wag almost a The windows of the land office were mashed but the land office baa succeeded In quelling the The trouble was caused by a policeman who waa sta urgency deflency bill with senate amend Henderson moved concur rence In the with one ex that providing for the payment of the senate session including the clerks to The senaw amendment would make the session clerks annual The house had refused last session to agree to that and now the eanate tried to do by indirection what it could not do After a long debate Hendersons motion wai agreed The committee the bill wsa returned to the senate for its and the home COQUETTING WITH Htxleana Talk of CommeroKU BeoljirocHf Two Mexican consul at this who had a long interview the other day with Bit John ia still in communica tion with leading men of the southern re public and confident that a profitable trade can be worked tip between the Do minion and Ansel hat just read a communica from the editor of the fought heroically c reached the her hair dishevel worth she i el i jjot a ttact and freely We can tup ply Canada with a thousand articleo ot produce and take in We await the arrival of repre sentative and predict for him a inofct hearty welcome profitable commer cial which we lead to the ipeedy establishment of a line of between the two It it probable Ansel will ihortly iail for   

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