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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - December 28, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                HUTCHINSON NEWS SUNDAY DECEMBER SPOONER AND The Wisconsin Senator Telka of the Senator From Bit of Inside History of the Lat ters inbors In the Com mltteo Hid Ability and Impartiality a Prettd A IUR Officer Win tlie ftsteoin at All Appointment of f J tlce How It Cnmo to bo no Politics In THE HrjTCRnrooN NHWB 808 Twelfth Defeat has been swallowed up In vic the ratlremont of Senator John March 4 has been preceded e liioat signal triumph of big sena His speech on Saturday IBconcerted by his colleagues to have been masterly effort of the Fiftyfirst During hJs five speech on sus tained and fire from start to he maintained a consecutive and Splendid presentation of the socalled iorce Devoid of narrow partiaanahip and free from rancorous he held not only tho but the ab orbed attention of panatora on both tides of the Stirred by hie ringing plea for justice to all fired by hla loyal defnae of Republican and moved by his eloquent tribute to the patinnce and fidelity of the black his colleaguoa seemed una able to reprewi ihelr sympathy and Every few minutes some but ihairply injected or or attested the ap Vfirovaj or anxiety of Senitor oat directly ia front of the or of Senator whose seat is Imme diately on the It for a quite Jike the spirit of a good old fash ioned Methodist revival when the power Is descending upon the congre Senator Spooner has since been hero of the right and fiere hss bjan bracing up of Ropubacan sentiment that This magdiuaent defense of equal righto Sbone out a beacon light through the fog rfteaningleaa phrases and the incon of liberty and divinely f Jiltereed domination si the white to wa havo llotousd so long f he Kother It was a relief to Republican aencitor get up ami defend Republican government us if from the fullneaa o An inspirational orator in thai the senate ie a veritable oasis in J desert of perfunctory While himself Senator r Spooner spoko of tha return of IngaIJa to thw as only one generous and ap preciative man can apeak of worth and ability of SEKATOK 8POOHPR ON Of couratV said the senator fiom every one recognizes Mr Ingalls remarkable but I have him on the Committeeon the District of Columbia several years V and have had Decision know that hel as induetrioua and able in th details of committee work asheiaun approachable in ao many ways in debate I have aeen it stated that there are man Republican farmers in now in the who complain that whl bia eloquence and ability have brcugh great fame to him and grea and honor to he ha accomplished little latterly of a practica sort for his people in the way of legisla Thisia and to me it ia in Bo has made many upeeche since he came to the all for meas f uroB in the internal of his coustttuente i and hia speeches involved great stud and made a powerfu I remember for the interntat ConitnercB und contributed much t Tho interests of were splendidly served by him H made a atrikingly strong speech Blair educational protestin against his people being tazec so great a Bum fora purpose o tho plan he could i justice to bia voted for tho bill then and he against i When it on again I upon re come to his and votei with him against He has been the most prominent aa persistent1 advocate of penaione in th going beyond what most ot u have been willing to During Clevelands term Ingalls was practically and all the time after the death of Hendricks presided over the of ne took him from the and lett for the time in the able hands ot But In waa during these years also a hard worker it to my personal and he did all on the floor that the permanent presiding officer can dbundei the traditions ot the Since administration Ingalla has taken hli old place on the Be haa always been one of the moat constant senators in attendance since I have been a member of the I have not alwayo beon able to agree j with He was heartily for the of and I was and he waa one of 16 faw senators largely responsible for He passage of ft free silver bill through I know what I am talking for with onoortwo to bring about an agreement racing Republican senators upon a meas irff much short of free nod all ut flYa or six agreed to but Irgalls refused to do He aald to me that he was sorry not to be able W join the mass it Republican who had greatly loaored upon nay measure they were so largely in favor but that the eople of whoso servant he wanted free and unlimited and he wss m favor of and would not compromise upon anything short of save as a last ana he stood out with Plumb and a very few 10 made a strong speech for the anti ruat and as a member of the jutli ilary committee he helped to put it into iha shape it ia in He made a re markably strong speech in favor of his amendment to prohibiting dealings In and carried it in the mt ultimately W was as oil sing properly a part of the antitrust He helped to force conctB ions upon the tariflfwhlch be thought 10 e in the interest of hla although le WAS in the chair ia the last days of the tariff I could tilk to you for aa giving rou inMancea occurring during my which not only would prove hia bene ficial services as a legislator to hia section and but would show the con trary suggestion to be simply If ho has not been a watchful and faithful servant of his peo pie since I have been the I do not know where you would find Hla career as president tho senate was a revelation to the You know in dobite he is sarcastic and trou blesome to hia aud he is a pen analyzer and a auiierb partisan When he went to tha chair ol the presiding ha as HS curate and alwutja ami to everyone without regard to party as uuy man who ever held a Ho was Dimply iier feet ha a presiding and BO con ceded to be by every JUSTICE Until Tuesday morning had been divider hope among his friends that Senator John Spanner might be called to fill the vacancy on the supreme I say a divided for while he was held aa eminently fitted for BO important an it wao seriously doubted wheth er a man in his a man of force and fire and so peculiarly fitted fur lead ership in national affairs should be with drawn from the arena of active politics and condemned to the eminent obscurity of the supreme court In his ap pointment of Brown of Michigan the president baa again exercined his private and disregarded the volumin ous backing of the flliohigan sena several cabinet and but not Ohauuoy ail of whom wera anxious for the appointment of Alfred liussel of Judge appointment was due almost solely to bin excellent record as a Whenavacincy was caused on the enpreme bench by the death of Jus tlce Matthews the Uttnessi of Judge Brown for the position was utgnd upon tho Although it wns than de termined to appoint Jufljje tt the impression made the related almost entirely to admiralty and latent and although Justices JlatohforrJ and Bradley are well able to decide on the few admiralty cases which now come into the supreme he saw the desirability adding to the bench a Udge who waa familiar with patent it waa Judge Browns record and expari eico that turned the balance in his favor All the mombeia of the Michigan delu agreed yesterday that there waa no politics in the FLOBKHOK InvagtrgatinK ttie Conf dlttr 27 oh in formation from the treasury department to the effect that irregularities were BUB pected in the consular authentication of Canadian goods imported into tha United States duting the past twelve the secretary of state recently de termined a thorough of the United States consular service in the Dominion of it ia impossible to obtain an official aa kcowJedgBineut to that it is under stood that extensive frauds were discov ered iutbe shape of systematic under valuation by conslgnera and in tho whole atle collection of illegal fees by the consular Tho amount of money involved ia said to be very but the vxact sum cannot be Xbe Btooh Tie FOREIGN ProfoBSor Kooha Remedy Brings Him a Peck of Counterfeits of His Lymph Appear to bo Sloro Plentiful Than the ol agriculture has made aa order closing all ports except in the collec tion district of against the im portation of sheep and other ruminants and and requiring all such animals imported through this col lection district must enter at Albans where they must be by a vet The secretary saya thiu is done as a protection against tba introduotioa into thla country from Of con tageous diseases nffecting these olasseu of It is aloo dflsigned to secure the if of tho prohib itory restrictions now placed upon ani mals exported from thlu A farmori Alliance Iu few pao pie know that the Farmers Alliance has an Alliance in workrig order in thia The local membership is not for the number of f armors ia the District is necessarily small and aa a fact there would no organization at all were it not for tho fact that numerous National Alliance officers arelocated agricultural camp is known an Capital Alliance and ia under juriBdie ion ot the otato Alliance Tho PanAmerican Star pays A new silver dollar will be created by the panAmerican monetary which meets here next It will be a dollar circulated not only in the United but in all the republics in the It will probably resemble eptne the present silver dollar of the United with a portrait of Colum bus to take the place of the goddess of Boomers Keei 27 war de partment has received no information in reported contemplated in vasion of the Cherokee The de partment commander haa standing in structions to keep Ihe lioomeru out at all huzvrds aud will have no trouble in carrying out tba inatruotloca to the president in Judge Browns favor was not it is an interoatiug incident of Judge Breweiu appointment that he expressed to the president u hope that any hesitation between himself and Judge who was his classmate at might be settled in the lat ters Judga Browns nomination could not be made at that for the Michigan were Senator McMillan being for Russell and Senator Btockbrldge for A year in speaking of the matter to the Michigan who were then united oa Judge the president said that if he ever had an opportunity to promote Judge Brown he would do so The death ot Justice Miller led the sen atora to remind the president of hla prom He remarked that he remembered Judge but gave no evidence of his As a matter of the Michigan senators did not unti the nomination came into the that Judge Brown would he They knew that liusBsll would not be cause the president had so informed but this negative information the extent of their After looking at the endorsements piled mountain in favor of Rus eell and the the presi dent sent for Jujdgfl Browns decision and read them He found tha they bad rarely overturned by au preme Ho that they A Proposition to Hake Bis Dlacoverr Fabllo the Klilblll Treatment of the York a G lit of the PoixiV Forthcoming JEuorolloal Made iPublln Frenoti Tue Strike io teotlanilIrtah leaders iwaed a manifesto The document afflrme a determination of the Socialistparty to rally the peasants around the flag of Belilcd tha declarations in the which the government might are particularly arrangements for lecture the dessemination of socialistic leaflets aad the formation of rural brtinchesi which ar aalready disquieting the official The nature ot the was known to the emperor be fore its but he instructed that nothing should be done to auppreia It has been discovered that a spurious imitation of Professor Kochs lymph haa been manufacturedand a number ot oaseshave been reported iu which medi cnl men have been deceived into pur chasing the bogus The agents tfProfessor Koch have been un able todiicover the manufacturers of the The police are working on the The medical profession throuehoutthe empire geto more and more indignant dver the manner the Koch lymph w distributed and Professor Kocba secrecy concerning its in interview withaja eminentEaglisn urged the professor to disclose the whole got very wroth at the proposal and declared that be had the right to do aa he pleased with the discov The Tageblatt assails this position BB and says the rapacity of the clique should be severely criticised and will be when a motion is nude in the antag for a grant of marks for rofeasor Koch and hia aaaietanta and 15 or theannual sales of tha The treatment of the case of William legau of Wew York baa proved tt he third and foursh in jsctiona produced vind bin symptoma he Ho do sturm home and wilt probably ail in a day or two Prince Bismarcks tastics in assuming no offensive against the government are upposed to bavn been adopted simply or the purpcso of fomenting and exciting general parliamentary disorder acd ecn larraasing the ministry in the hope that he might provo himself again an iuimtta je not been but the cor reap ondent ot he Associated Press ia enabled to give the substance of the encyclical Tne will review and expound the whole question effecting wage The document will comprise these parts holiness will develop the general principles upon which economy ia and the dominant idea of dis tributive juitlce which should regulate the Intercourse of The pope will hold that distributive and restorative justice ia needed to prevent misery end sweating on one aide and exhOrbiUnt riches and tyranny on the The second part comprises the origin arid cause nfthe present condition of the social On this point his boll ness takes a new developed In his anoyllcal on Tho third part contains views of the pope regarding remedies beyond relig ioua and moral influence to be His holiness expresses himself again in favor of intervention by the state within limits previously aet He con demns capitalism as now organized and advocates ft more equitable and Just din ttlbution of The encyclical will probably appear before The popes physician gays his holiness may live for sometime as he has a robust constitution and is suffering from no Tariff Catca atatamenl liaa beon prepared at pension office that up to claims have been flliid under tho act oi July as follows Original Invalid claims original aildittocal claims to others on AFB41O OP THK Thntj How Scatty Phillips jjp the Soldiers ia wel known ranchman living on the reserva come to this city today to protoe1 hia own and Governor Malotts cattle which are running in tho Bid He nays tho hostiies have hundreds of range cattle in the Bid Lands which they are quietly eating while the troops stay around in camps on the outskirts guju din them while they Thatshow ranchers are being benefited by the he and adds that the troops are afraU to go into the Bad Lands tor fear of be ing He proposes to receive sanction to muster regular company o cowboys which will go through the hoa tile country and regain the stolen catth or make some good Jerrvl Senatorial KANSAS special tho Tima from says Jerry Farmers Alliance congressman elect from the Seventh Kansas i becoming dangerous as a senatorial can didate in the race for the oeat made va cantby the expiration of Ingalls The farmers of the Seventh dig triot have expensed his caure and now the Third and Sixth district farmers havi caught the contagion and the aocfclen statesman ia developing a good senatorial boom Weatntr tij 8 warmer southerly winds broke today on the Avon at Psrto Belle War A panic ensued among the skaters and many broke Many of the skaters were rescued from but a large number are missing and are sup posed to have been The latent report la that seventeen bodies have been among thara the Rtrlke AOfeott Other railroad strike ia seriously affecting all other branches of Many factories and docks have closed Much suffer ing may follow to the poor who depend for their broad upon their dally Foundered Baring a GiBRALTARl Belgian steamer Ferdinand from Odessa for foundered during a gule December Six or the ciew have arrived FRENCH H the protests of Minister minister of orelgn and thominiater of com merce against the augmentation ot the ariff duties proposed in the government thecommittee continued until ad ournmeibl to laias the tariff to a prohi iltive Therepresentatives of the agricultural interests in the committee jave supported prohibitive duties on manufactures in the hope of securing a close market for agricultural The elementlit stronger in thn and the senate thau the in and will wreck the bill unless tpelr demands are elections will bo held on The Repuolicano expert to gain chief of the Russian in an today accused the Eng lish government of harboring Kussiau criminali and fomenting He chnrgealthe socialist who is now in with inciting the mur der of aud with paying f qr the commiasion of the The father of Oafariollo the accomplice of Michael the mur derer of today in an in considered the verdict a just and that bia only wlah regard ing his daughter wno that she might die quickly He eild that since her enrlioat childhood no thing could be done to check her pervaree Beport of Ihii Oommltttae Appointed to and Coil fy KANBAB special from saya The committee ap pointad the ture to revissand codify the existing iawi of the Kansas hat completed its labors and handed Us report to the gov ernor thia The following are the moat important changes proposed Providing for the public aohool text books for a state board of public worke the election instead of appointment of railroad commissioners a state boaid of charity a sweeping reduction in the salaries of county officers the taxing of the actual values of property and limit ing the privileges of state banks in the following particulars Providing for the organization and corporation of banks with a capital stock ot not lees than per paid These banks are prohibited from loaning money on real or from engaging itade 114 GRIME AND Brutal Murder Committed at Bo Long A Cigarmafcer Cats the Throat of a Then Wonts Over Bloody Trage4r Iu In Which a ntuperaao it initantly Killed and a Sheriff and Big Deputy Hortally ScMmmone at an In a Over a moat brutal murder VTM committed last at a small village about three miles north of The victim was Winnie a 91 of the murderer being Frank 34 years of also a The murder waa drat made known by KrulU soon after its About halt past 9 oclock in the even Ing Krulis walked into the renldonce of Constable Oonataneheck aud horrified that official by laying on the dining table a human the same time Ive killed Winnia and Ive brought you one of hia fingers to prove When he recovered from his sur prlee ho what do you mean by tooling like then said t mean what I Ive killed Winnie Bo told lien about me in the He said had run away from Klverhood to escape ar and that a constable was coming after So I concluded U kill I met on the road and out hia He fell down in the snow and never epoho a I wanted to make sure that he would never speak so lout hit open and placed hla bowals over his Then I out off an ear and hie finger f or The constable asked hi n he had left the body and ho volunteered to take him to the place of the It was found that Krulis had the murder Au excited mob wanted to mete prompt Justice ac cording to Judge Lynch on the selfcon fessed and out for the courage of the constable the mob would have made but short work of searched in court ear which wnsgJmtBslng from Croupas body woo found ia Krulls He told Judge OBrien he had brought it for tie also handed the Judge the a iargd bladed covered stains of with which he aaid he had killed the time KfuHa conducted himsftlf in the moat uucon cerned apparently revaliBg in the thought ofwhat he had He waa taken to Rlverhead jail thin after BUOOTIMQ Man nuil u Sheriff and and for The heavy penalties bill provides for receiv ing depoalts when the bank la m an insolvent provides for a cafe cath reserve to be always kept on prohibits the declaring ot divi dnnta when the capital has become im paired and provides for the dissolution of theacsoclalion in the district court upon the demand of the owners ot twothirds of the capital The bill also provides for the appoint ment of a bank commissioner by examination of all stata banks ehall be made at least once a and to whom all such banks shall report at leaet four times each year and oftenerif required and that all fees received by him tor ex amining filing shall be paid in the state The leeaer changes in the preterit code Involve lower prices for the state print the simplification of the school the cmaolicliitlou ot the state library and the historical the reduction of prison the establishment nf a lunatic asylum at the revision of the laws governing the agri cultural and a reduction in the number ot judicial districts from thirty to ortally NEW The Tima Dtmooratn special Bays a small town erne and a half miles below was the scene of a fatal shooting affray this about in which four men were one being killed and two others fatally The trouble originated from a fight at a patty oa Christmas near between four one one Noal Btahan and John when Pavre fired on the crowd killing Parker and dangerously wounding the other Pavre waa arrested und ia Ellisvllle Jail for safe by Justice of the peace of disltict Justice of the Peace Smith of district 2 dispatched Deputy Sheriff Stookstill with the nooes eaty papers to obtain release on Sheritt upon TWO The Attendlncthe Barnluc of the B Further advices from China of the burning of the steamahip Shanghai near Woo Moo In the province of Ngan about fifty miles from show that the disaster waa much worse than at first The early advices received stated that the consisting of about sixty na with several European were supposed to have met death either in the flames or subsequently by drowning while attempting to escape from the horning It now seems that the number nf lives lost will amount to over and that they all lost their lives by Advices from Home state that the pope has finished tne draft of hla encyclical upon ton social His holiness has been worjtlng on the aubject for over a The pope con eiders the qUMBtlon the greatest of the ptesent and the encyclical will be the crowning act in fork this di The date of iu publication hu or without a presidents steady and improvement in the western railroad situation ia confidently expected by managers from Ibis time Some of them attach little importance to the proposed presidents scheme and are inclined to think that to put it in opera tion at thia time would be Said a What manager we need thia afternoon now id not a new butjone supplementary to the present ment is good enouj all that is needei The present agrea aa far aa it goes and ia a supplementary agreement to remove the temptation to cut We now have a plsu for the division of traffic at southwestern Mis souri river polntt and it ia working satis If it could be put Sn force at all Missouri river points would be no more trouble from cat throat com WlU Mat It of the Lake Shore who ware ordered to resign from the Order of Bill way hate M It ii believed they will strike when the flnt made for not obeying the bearing of hie sum moned his deputies and came to Davidston on the local freight to rearrest Just as tho train came to a halt the firing Favro waa killed in stantly and Bheriit tihlvera wau shot through the Intt lung with a Winchester ball and Deputy Sheriff White waa shot iu the left Bide with a the bull passing through and eomini out on the other The two sheriffs ware brought tn thla place whniu they are re ceiving the best The wounds ot both are pronounced Cola Blooded to the Republic from Pine Bluffa Bays thin after noon Bob a shot and killed alao on Tony The murder was unprovoked and cold Black escaped to the cane brake which Is now surrounded with hundreds of armed negrow who will shoot the fugltitive on A Bloody Pwjt detsils were received here today of a bloody affair at Swan at thia Two are reported dead and ten The row occurred at a dance and a large fight sept up sl No names are Fatal Affray Orel a Flavin and hia were shot tonight a fight over girl with Harrison Berry and his brother Michael Flavin died from bis and Frank U fa tally Tha were A Vrelght freight do pot of the Little Miami railroad burned oclock The depot con toloed owloaoVof vn louded The total low u nated at abSut ICW   

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