Thursday, December 25, 1890

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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - December 25, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas HUTCHINS T DECEMBER GENERAL Sitting Bulls Band of Indians HB oapo to tha Bad Reds Already There Refuse to Kfl tarn to Their Reservation uud Hefy the trhrt Illinois Senatorial Contest Gives Promise of JSxclctne Bice Interviewed In Uefeience to Ulo Third Party Kansas aitlince Will Embark In the Insurance llasl nessBanker Kean on the cago and the Worlds Cher okee and PINK Brooke has received a dispatch from statme that Big Foot and tho Sitting Bull Indians have escaped and tto Bad Brooke at once sent a body of troops to intercept but it IB feared they will not be A squad of Indian scouts WAS sent to assist The Seventh cavalry will leave at day Boven friendlier just from the Bad report that Short Bulls band re fuses to come In and defies the Every other rceaure was but when they found thit Governor Bteele would not approve of a capital removal bill they got down to work in oarnent and did all they could to adopt a coda of Uwa best suited to the people of The Fair Proclamation Caused Be Jololng In Harri sons proclamation was no surprise at the worlds fair it was ev erywhere regarded as a most enjoyable Christmas The directors and eyery ordinary who stopped buying presents long enough to hear the procla was The status of the exposition is now Chicago is to have a worlds The world well knows and is invited to The proclamation marks an epoch in the ex Up to this time the work has been on and represented the civic organizittou of the AH the substantial work depend 01 upon this preliminary No digging or organization could be at tempted until it was known beyont doubt that Chicago wis to hold a worlds The question could not be settled astbound lines to disturb the present to intermediate polnw until ten ays the Ghiosfco ronrls havs de cided to accept the It is under took thftt one of the Bast Louis lines IBS a contract on its hands which does not expire until Indian DSDOB HfttchE She and Running as were in this city They came for the purpose of invitine their friend and to meet them nine miles east of this city to participate in what is com monly known as the ghost The lowas are entertaining many from neigh boring namely OS Sao and They are also representative man from the Creeks and messengers from Inhe Thompsons intention in the dance is to endeavor to ally so fnr as possible the messiah It IB understood that so far as the lowas and Eickapooe are concerned he will have KNOW AND Missouri and Got tholr Flrit Touch of KANSAS first snow of the season foil in northwest Missouri and northern Kansas It com menced snowing here oclock this morning and continued all The snow is about five inches No hin drance to traffic occurred in this but some of the incoming trains on the western roads wore dnlayed from two to three dispatch from eaye A soaking tain foil in the southern part of Kaueas to It was just what tho country nntl will doubtleaa ex the threatened invasion of Has gian Wheat in thia part of the stare is looking A special from Topeka says that a storm of snow prevailed in northern half of the state to covering the winter Snow was badly FOREIGN Juotin McCarthy Interviewed on the Irish Ho Says Any Reconciliation Looking to Pnniell as n Leader Ont of tho Ho Now In and Will a Conference tVlch OBrien on 1110 Arrival Today Dillon Una Deal Assail FaruellThe Honl aBger Incident Bevlved In tho Trench Ohntnber nt The iliiUw Strike In la an Interview to day Justin McCarthy declared that his idea was to inform OBrien fully in regatd to recent events in McCarthy said he believed that in view of declaration after beyond u doubt until the president is winter bnow was Daaiy sued his Now the and seems to have come early enough to United States government pro claimi that the Worlds Columbian exposition will be held in Chicago in and announces to the nations that Chicago has made adequate provisions for the grounds and buildings and has raised for the uses of the With this sort of guarantee from tho president the exposition is glvra a stand ing with every government in Christen and the invitation gees well ac greatly benefit the very these little tribes as are friendly and both will i to his There will be a ghost dance on nine miles east of To it a ghoat daace moans a preparation for taking to those who are familiar with the civilized means sim ply Ono white man who confidence of thesa Indians can uade them to do what is OUKUOKEE At Arkansas Olty Got Unduly Ex Over a Floating AUIIANSAS of the people of this city are wild with excitement this Evening over the report that the negotiations ponding between the United Statei commissioners and those appointed by tae Cherokees for the purchase of the had been non and that President Harrison had issued a proclamation opening the lands to white the order to take effect Several wagons are loaded with tents and provisions ready to start for the coveted lands at a moments The fact that McOombs troops went back to Fort Rano has strengthened the opinion that great opening day is near at The Kean the examination by the court of the circumstances sur rounding the failure of the Kean Bank ing company Miss Lulu Keana private testified that she had seen the partnership papers drawn up between Kean and Wilson atui that they were signed by This was consid ered an important development for the as Waddtngham is a wealthy Miss Hlggins said that in the mean phis time she had searched for the Wadding the ham but failed to find Dirt you ever lend your name to any unto for Keso nho teas I dont remember the i I did it because Kuan wanted me and did not question the there was some not loaa more than so much oh one name and my rwrae waa Have you ever paid the note or been callfid upon to pay it Were you good for the note Ji dont think I was very rich at the A little sensation was sprung b Attor ney Mayer during the Vuruing quickly to he asked him if he knew the John Foster and the Lewis Kean replied that he and that they were Methodist Mayer asked him if he was aware of the fact that these gentlemen were given a tip as to the condition of affairs two dsya before the bank with the result that they drew nut the amount of I their Kean answered he did not know such to be the case or even that tuny had deposits with the Mayer remarked that he would see about that and directed the sheriff to secure and serve nubroneas on the reverened gentleman to appear in court and ILLINOIS An Interesting Oonteat Expected In the Next Jones of tho Republicanstate cectral gave notice to night that the right of five Democratic state senatorselect to sit in the legislature would be Thia is the latest maneuver in the fight for the United Stiles senatorship from Tho notices were withheld until the last moment allowed by tho motive for the delay it is under to avoid stirring up the Democrats to possible With tho contest against of there is now a controveroy to an even half dozen Demo cratic senators aud a pair of The legislature is almost evenly divided be ween Democrats and Republicans on joint with three Farmers the tion all idea of recon ciliation betweijn the two factions of the Irisht must be aban he the end was his children and gathered around Died at the Age of 115 Santa special says News of the death of Pedro Antonia ngeii 115 was received hers He passed off very quietly and without any being conscious and especially talkative up to the last He knew and he had grandchildren He talked to them of the service he had done as a soldier under the Spanish kings and he remembered when a certain kinic and his wife wore beheaded Louis and Maria Lopez was mentioned in connection with the census report in last June on account of his extreme old Alliance Insurance executive council of the Alliance was in session this morning considering tho in surance plans of the President McGrath stated this afternoon that the eminently a patriot and might have left America with the intention of effecting a but even so his patriotism would cause him to render it Negotiations were hardly he as no basis for a settlement of the dispute Paruell having refused to accept the rusult of the Kilkenny election as a verdict and declined to abandon the said will never consent to Parnells retention descendant of a common Cromwellian who was now attempting to de stroy Healy said the League funds In Irol mcl were overdrawn to the extent of as the bulk of the money credited to the League was locked up in Healy added that a compromise ar rangement between Parnell aud his opponents was out of the and the latter would fight to beat Parnell on every Ho It Made the Snnjoot of DUonMton in the Chamber of Boulangar was a subject of interest and discussion in the chamber of deputies It will be remembered that a little more than a year ago at the election for a member of the chamber in tho Cllgnancourt constit uency of Boulanger headed the His were rejected and the seat awarded to Early in November of this yeas Joffrin died and an election to fill the vacancy in the chamber caused by his death was ordered to be hed in Clignancourt on Bou langer at once came forward with a man ifesto advising his partisans to remain neutral at the election on the groum that he was the rightful There were twentyseven candidates in the field and when the votes were counted i was found that no one bad the requisite A new election was then oraered for and Boulange added another letter voicing his claim to ho Worlds Fair Proclamation Signed by the Secretary litirk Dlsnvoirg Any Aspir ations as a Presidential CuniU dato Tiro Tears The Kaam Investigation n FraetknHjr Brought to a CloneThe Senate Till and no irnrttar Legislation In Anticipated Next Week Valentine Brazilian tiavernmeicttOther of the Irish Some of the ParueHUes are lukewarm in their adher and only stick to Parnell through a fooling of It is Ukely that some will become detached to join OBrien when his decision is McCarthy spurned the idea that OBrien would join the Paruell party Without declaring OBriens said is too well known to admit a suspicion that he would join the even If he fails to effect a He thought it proba ble that Parnell would go to Paris to see himself would he had the seat and urgiag his supporters to ab stain from recording their votes at th second be peaceful abstention tvouli and effectiv scheme baa to been sufliciently psr assure an attempt men apparently balance of bold The propriety of He there was si law which provides that a bank could Alliance ing the avowed candidates so far tvre John and Charles who is the present in Tne struggle promises to be fully as florce and censuional as the memorable one in which tho late John Logan defeated now member of the Interstate Commerce t tiaoturorn will ant ioto the field immediately after 18 Only persons eligible to membership in the Alliance can insure with this The executive council ia unanimously calling a convention Janu rnuNisu Important Decision by tho Board of liallroad Commissioners of rail road commissioners handed down an im portant decision this morning in the case of Mayberry of against tha Kftmas Fort Scott and Memphis holding that the company musl furnish cars to transport even though the haul over its line to the con necting line is not sufficient to pay the It is the first decision ol the board on the point and was bitterly fought by the railroad May berry wanted to ship coal from Colum bus on the to Eiuporia on the Santa The haul to where tho cars were to be transferred is only twentyfive and the Mem road refused asserting to that furnish their proportion of tha earnings was too emal to give adequate The board held that it was the duty of the railroad to furnish and that the two participating should each furnish a share of the curs Tho Oklahoma first legislature adjourned to They passed a corqpjete code ot partly the Nebraska and Illi nois While drawing from the many different the code is rather still on the Okla homa can claim as good laws as other The capital queetlen was up permostiD the minds of the THIUD Tho General Denes Editor MoLallln to DeciUre the Cincinnati Sleotlu KANSAS Dec John H who we a one of the Kansas repre sentatives to the recent Farmers Alii anco convention at who took a leading part in the third party move and who signed a call for a na Uoca conference in 23 was in the city A reporter askec what he had to say about a recent mes sage from end the statement o McLillin of the Advocate o to the tfleet that the Ctncinnat conference was declared All have to cay is that those purport to have declared it had nr The call was signed by indi vlduals from various Member of different industrial organizations in their individual and the Alll ance as an bad nothing tc do with and only the gentlemen whc signed it have any power to declare i If the time fixed should be though the signers of the call thai confer and agree upon a date not late then April or as the proper The Advance In eastern road have postponed theadvance In corn rate to points m the territory ot the Centra Traffic Association until Th through rate to seaboard if ill b advanced lit aa originally proposec but owing to the refusal of the Loul but said he not Jnee nothing to do with his sole object in coming here being to see OBrien and explain the position of After he had a talk with he he would returu to England and await the result of the conference between OBrien and The outcome of that con he would constitute a final ground for action on the part of the Na The he would be glad if OBrien would accept the editorship of the new dally to be ptibtiehed in Mri McCarthy eoid he knew nothing regard ing the discovary of Lasgue papers ary Til a Foot Has Not 24 A dispatch re ceived by Bchofleld from date indicated he surrender to Sumner of Big foot with his which included somo of Bitting Bulls f ugitiveB and those Uiesflected Indians in the Cherry Creek district who bad joined The report s contradicted to nigbtin adispatchfrom whosaia the Indians had not surrendeted as promised but Stricken Tilth Word has been received here by relatives of the prostration of Judge Cyrus for thirty yeara n resident of this and for fifteen years the law partner of Pres ident by an appopletic ind is regarded as Judge Hines Is now at his home in Five Negoea A special from says it is reported tonight that five negroes who were ar rested for the murder cf Rig gin in Macklonbourg county last night und were taken from jail tonight and Noedud first rainfall in weeks commenced this morn the being frozen aa they touched the The wheat has suf red for need of moisture and tho rain IB The cold weather it is dlspoao of the Hessian Bogus Divorce Lanyor NEW Duryea the lawyer who run the bogus divorce mill on was arrested thii The arrest was on the complaint of exMoyor Pendleton of Fort one of bis Live Stock ment is made of the appointment of John Taylor as live stock aeent of the Topeka and Sinta Fe vice Train Wteckein on trial of John one of the three men charged with train was progressing 10 A jury waa secured tho prose cution opened its Murder and oclock this named Mickleahot and killed Bmina McLeod and cut his wifes and theu ehot and killed SHE STRUCK IH Both Sides Keiunin With no pect of a important meeting of the board of directors of the North British Railway company After the meeting adjourned it was announced that the company had determined to prosecute the strikers to the fullest extent of the No trouble or it is will be spared by the company in its efforts to obtain re dress for what is classed as anunwar ranted interference with its The North British directors have also re solved to completely close their railroad lines rather than yield to the strikers The strikers have been considerably enraged by the announcement made to day that the railroad officials refuse to pay the strikers any portion of the wages which may now be due This act on the part ot the railroad officials is taken on legal advice and based oh the decision of the courts as to the validity of the contracts existing between the com pat y and its This step is generally cluaaed as being a most arbi trary proceedings upon the part of the railroad authorities and ia also said to be probably an illegal In any case the step taken greatly increases public sym pathy with the It is also thought that this action on the part of the railroad company may excite the strikers to deed of The Northwestern companys board of directors has alao held s it is understood that these directors are try ing to arrange for a conference between themselves and the A mass meeting of the railroad strikers of this neighborhood waa held here to The pickets reported that the strike continued to extend in all directions and it was resolved to continue the struggle until the employes demands were The police ara taking precau tions to protect the railroad The North British company has entire ly closed ita underground station here and will not reopen it until the dispute with the ctrikers is Placarde an nouncing the promotion and advanced pay for those who remained loyal to the company and Besting forth an tfler to re instate the strikers In their old positions method for the Democracy to becom from parllamentaristB and to becom At the second ballot tber was again a multitude of bu the real contest was between municipal concillor and am Leascegally of commune notoriety In this contest Lavy was sucoessfu being declared elected by a very larg Boulangerg friends determine then to press his old claim to the sea before the chamber of Yeete day it was brought to a vote and rejectee who was formerly an ao tive frlond of the voted egainst the claim of bin old Thia action was not unexpected from Laguevres recent and especially his speech at the Salon Dee Families on Oct when ho discussed Boulangism almply as an historical In giving his vote Liguevre explained tnat his action was not directed against Ho was influenced simply by motives of public He wes utterly amezid that Boulanger should construe bii present opposition as ft oorflont Neither wsa it a continuation of the backstair policy against the general and it was a serious mistake for him to think Boulanger tsm was and tho sooner thia fact waa recognized the better for tho French chamber of depti by a vote of 800 to adopted the budget with all the senate The customs commissions has agreed upon a general tariff of eighty francs on beet root the minimum being sixty franca and a tariff of forty francs per 100 kilos on foreign beet gpnnror to a Seventh William has consented as sponsor to thn seventh son of a Slleaian The child that is to be thus honored was born on the same day and at the same hour as tho youngest child of the She Diocese of pope has created the vicarlte of Utah into a Fa worlds air proclamation has been signed by the The decision that Chicago had eatab within the intent of the that had been pledged to make the worlds fair a success and that all toe le 50 preliminary requirements to the is suance of his proclamation had been was reached by the president Sat urday ana waa announced by the Associated Press not long Congressman Butterworth and who were anxious to have the proclama tion come forth speedily for the benefit of foreign went over the exhibit with the president and removed all lingering doubts as to the technical fulfillment of all The sug gestion waa made that it would be Christmas greeting that would be highly and the president thereupon transmitted to the state department on the following Monday his request that the formal document should be prepared at once for his The parch ment in the usual diplomatic form wan carried to the president shortly after midday by the chief clerk ot the state who in the functionary through whom these little formalities are The presi dent was in his office talking with rjeore tary Proctor on the Indian The secretary ot Private Secretary Hal ford and Brown formed a little group around the president as he looked the paper and then taking up a pea from the affixed Las signature Jwit as the clock indicated There were no formalities about the The after making his handed the pen to Halford with thfl suggestion that perhaps Ferd Peck of Chicago might desire leas a mn mento and directed that it be mailed to THE senate re ther Scarraton has been appointed biehop of the new OBrien In steamship from New having OBrien and Gill Nationalists on WBB sighted off Prawlo Point at 1 oclock this It is expected that the two gentlemen named will be landed at Boulogne at about 0 oclock tomorrow Several supposed to be Irish members of are awaiting the arrival of the Obdam at Bealv Charges Deol todays meeting of the McOarthyite Healy said that bad Scully won in the Kil kenny election he would have been un seated in purliameGt owing to bribery and corruption by his political They he expended more than the legal He also that he believed eeoret service monej had been used in the election to wideu the split in the IrUh A Political Afctiftw thia evening a leader under Burned consideration of the elections bid and MePaerson continued his argu ment against The senate adjourned until fter MrtPhereons with mderstonding that when it met on that lay the vice president should declare X adjourned until The I lUum has at last oome virtually to The committee has about ex hausted its and after another meeting or two the majority and minor ty will prepare their A few questions relating to Commissioner ilaums financial affairs are still awaiting Chairman Merrills return to the The committee has once before re by a formal to go into these and as Cooper the decision should be there vlH remain practically nothing more to llnolo Jenvie Not n evening Secretary Rusk sold he was sorry to see Ills name connected with an re cently published giving a farmers vote on presidential candidates for He sincerely regretted any attempt to turn the attention of Republicans away from President HnrrinoD BB a be eald had been a clean directed to the best Interests of the whole people and ho confidently hoped for his renominitton and The Ktport 24 secretary of the navy has received a telegram Rear Admiral eommindaat at the New York navy saying that report published that there had been Attempt to sink the wso without None of the were open and the only water ia hold waa what had rained Investigation tkm of the Chicago grand Jury into ads of railway officials already indented is suspended and awaits the judgment of the United States supreme court us to whether the witnesses in Cotiaeelaiun and mutt Weathtr 24lForecast till 8 Kantas Light snow northerly wlndi colder m ao stationary northern The and Edinburgh local line has been Only a fourth of the usual Christmas business ia being done on any of the and the loas to the roads will be Various mass meetings of the strikers tonight resolved to stand It Is es timated that persona are now Still A nattl us a meeting of the McCarthyltet committee held hew to Michael Divltt denied that the prlento had used intimidating tactics during the campaign or while the votes were being polled at North He Parnell as being the charging ic tbatthe managers of the Bos toil aud Maine railroad company coo template a gigantic noneoliditiou aoheuie that they intend interfering In New HamoBhun politics in the interests of the Democratic party ant by a corrupt ise uf money ot the corporation to se cure control of the When that is settled the Uhlctt go investigation will be minister Vuleutlua the BrtzUiian minister has been notified by his govorament of his and the appointment of who represented Brazil at the recent In ternational as ha for Irlth proudest of the Hibernian cabled toutiy to JolnttreMureM Webb and toe sum The money the entire proceeds up to date from the OBrienDillon maw meeting held here some time a kinch a negro with the murder of Ms aged mother near At Bertie New Ocf hanged in hie cell in the jail at WlLtoa thin moraing by a party ot twen ty masked who forced the jailor to give Up the

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