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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - December 31, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                HUTCHINSON WEDNESDAY DECEMBER Senators DiSasrroe on the Advisa 1 billty tho i a Toller and Others Ifie Wisdom of SucB a Kindlons Hill and Fluauolal tlon Ooino In for a Fair Snnra or Ola Trans nctlnir nnr Artjonros Tin for Ontnered Aliont the National Roagan garo noticft or two amendment to Aldricha cloture Then the seriate resumed consideration of the elections Hoar continuing hfn speech in favor of Hoar reminded the southern sen atora they had been not by official but by their honor as that they would give their to the constitutional amend ments If they were only let back into their old free trom the conae fcQuences of and now thoy were tbesa amendments aa crime and i recalled the Copiah massacre in tbe murder of Fred T a kindly citizen and an excel Jen In tbe act of casting bis and the burning ot his widows and said that withlc the present Christmas season in the time ot oeaoe anearth and good will toward that widows young man of had been shot down In the arrests of Carroll the home ot anator How Hoar oh God I shall the ilood of the martyrs cry for vengeance from the ground How long ahull the murder of men booauas they are Repub be the only crime to which Re publicans are Indifferent tbe conclusion of Hoars Tonatot Woloott took the floor and made i amended speech sgalnat the He expressed regret that he was called upon to taka the which the leaders of his party pointed Hesaid that the time which was beinp cdnaumed In the consideration of thll bill could be better employed in the con sideration of other and more important measures which were before the senate He also disapproved of the provisions of Jhe the close of Senator Wolcotti speech IB electioas bill was laid aside informal 15 bill reported frna the Sasisse takan and Stewart jeede1 to address the Ho at djheblll and spoke in favor of freo Senator Rsagiti followed Sand favpred free At the con Icliision of his sposoh the senate rasumoil consideration of the electiano bill and Senator Teller delivered a speech in op position to the In the couiea of which f he intimated that the cloture rule was to be called up next Teller said tbe country stood in the facn of a great financial Tne bankers of New York were saying we all But why They were afraid to say If tae people should aWAHe to the real condition there I would be danger of to ten thousand men absolutely solvent f He believed it was the duty oftae senate Ho meet this question If tha MriendB of the mil were la earnest they could pass it without a They could ass It as bills hud passed in the ays of as they had been Phased before and during the Hale said tie did know anything that occurred on the otuer mde whether the Democratic senators had jtermlned to resort to undue means to da the Nothing bad shown Without Impugning motives of tha senator from he would suggest that tbe time bad come when tae senators should gad out wnat ought 16 be The senate should not ad weeks more in the manner in L it had been spending toa page the American people when the majority shall any that debate shall close whether ho repretentaUyes of independent states are ready to close it or I am in favor of tha majoritr rul I know that no government can be maintained where the majority does not I know tbat thete is nothing more more nothing that approaches nearer to mon than the tyranny of a The minority has a right to resist by de by dilatory BO as to an opportunity to be It is Us right to be heard when It has planted evory objection that it has to then it Is to duty to it be on some extraordinary I hayo seen the entire Republican side of the sonata re tire from the except one or when there was a Democratic majori because we were resisting what we thought to be an Improper That was the right of the minority then ssd It will be the right a the minority if the pending bill ba of such a character as would justify its opponents In resorting to I do not believe that It IB and if I were an opponent of it I would be inclined to let it But I can conceive of rather than sos them I would retire from the Alter H short session tho senate THE without transacting any ad journed over until THE ELECTIONS Republican Members of tUe Hooso Disa gree as to Iti the few members congregated in the cham ber of ttin house after that body had the raw of the election bill waa freely Many of the leading Republicans were sanguine of too bljl enacted into a but others wore lues confident of its being upon the statute One iuau bald in conversation to day if ilia bills comes from the senate m an ameuded its doom is in i believu it lu already deatf as 1 do am iliiiik it Will pass the Even stiould u dw so n cannot run the gauntlet of the unless there is a llepubli cau quorum aud it is above possibility to secure one at The present Of we might call a and by making the bill an im perative party obtain the pres ence of tne but I hardly tulnk that course will be if the Democritts persist in absenting tbem Belvto no DO LU prereiit tiss courtting of u we ate almost Tao Democratic course will be one of obstruction should the bill come from the Every bill Upon the epeuk crb table having precedencu to the elec tion bill will be w obstruct tfte that and yea uud nay votes will be demanded tUe disposition of each of Whea file bill ia finally a motion will be rattda by one ot its Kapublican champloua to concur in senate This aiforcl Democrats with opportunity to practice their filibustering aud taeir avowed intention is tu eivatQeliiH in order to break a quo There is good deal of speculation among the Republicans in the house anc senate as to the effect ot euch tactics On tna part of their Ot course every thing turns on the ability of the The great riaancial ouid not The great appropnn bills nescsflftry to breathe me breatn I lite Into the government must be con Bat nothing was being done to t pending matter out of me oe March lie contiu and it was fpund that not only was ibill not but that the propnation bills were not and no financial bill was the senator might as well take it into his j mind as he Qalej had tht fact that 1 the Republican being ia possession f of both branches of the government would be then and there discredited bu cause it had dune All he Hale haa to say was that something haa to be dpne and done wash my hands of any on any bodys of being dila tory in pressing this I have pressed it in season ana out of It would have been here six months voted acted and disposed If my counsel had been It the senator from Maine sarcastically has any other sug geatlona to make as to my I will be very happy to attend to here suggested to the great satisfaction and amusement of tho Democratic that it was ia order for the senate to adjourn so that there might be a conference of the Republican Hawley said that the constitution required the majority to vote and an at tempt ou the part minority to say I that there should not be a vote ona quet I tlon was nothing short of I donot we shall come to a vote this but 1 stall go for any thing short of absolute sdespotism Co get a vota upon it whenever 1 a majority ot the senate is ready to Oloture or no side is charged with i pasnape of the K it is to bo The minority has she right to ne to come ant Send andii would be a sorry for the wil Ha Republicans of to maintain a their own quo party Toe strongest showing made during Ws tension was or twentytiro lea a The speaker feels tha t quorum can be obtained for a shor ime at least lor a party as he regards tha disposition and it is said taat Caolrraau Cuinon of the approprla tion committee has laid three wagers tha a quorum will be in attendance when It is entirely improbable that any efforts 01111 be uiado t reject the senate amendments if 1 reaches tbe That will involve t which means not only c maintenance of a quorum in the houa for a more or less protracted bu the return of tie bill to the senate at date perilously near adjournment tha even the closure will probably fail to se cure final action upon it before the Fifty first congress Army The follow ecant killing of poat mrster of One of tun Pliltcanta for the place wuen lavtbews was appointed was MUM in her application for the status that her brother waa nt mu poRtuiaater at Onrrollton and ilicd or bis Senator George received a letter from IB Baptist minister at he Senators in regard to thn Idli ng of Postmaster The writer ays that the killing was the unfortunate esult of a personal encounter between IB two men and that politics did not ntar into the cose in the slightest de Tee een granted to citizens of Kansas an fol ows National Mil tary Home George Lewis bun Leoveuworth Henry Mul VVindom John Juno ion David Mound City Rot Piko Greek George Oborlln Job Miltonvale William Hosston Henry Mil PhilUpsburg John Alpe Southwell John William iellevtlle Jesse Broughton Dheodore Wichita Moitin Dorado Jejse Westphalia Augustlae Em jorla Odleman Bavaria George Strong William Sickapoo City James Ede Jeinas Urbans Hugh ThomtiB Francis Charltou Oentor Albert Saneca Nashville Ja cob Exoter Jacob ilon noutb Leaven Reissue and widow of Jonas Oawker City iate widow of Thomas Paols Jane widow of Henry I Aeont Later Reports Confirm the Hor rors of Mondays rer Thirty of the Troops Killed and Abont the Sano Knmber tliuBtos of thn Wumbor of Indiana Killed Vary From Ninetytiro to und Two Band Attouipt to Cspture the RornntU Car ill ry a Supply nctl lire Ilopalud With Bnavy Offltilals no Furtlier Soho old this afternaon received a dispatch rom dated as follows Forsylhe nays n the plain where tha attempt was mada o disarm JBig Foots and where the ght On other parts of the round there were eighteen iiese do not include those killed in where dead warriors wore seen jut not Six were brought in ftdly ana six others wete in a larty of twentythrue men and women which escaped and bad to be baadoned when attacked by about 150 ndians trpni tho This accounts or ninetytwo men and leavoj but ew alive uud The women ana Children brake for the hills when the and comparatively tew ut them were hurt and few brought dirtynine are of which uum The comuiis ot Indian affairs late this after noon received a telegram from Spacial Cooper at Pine dated to coDQrming previous reports of yes terdays fight at Wounded Knea n wlich ca says twenty fivo soldiers were killed and thirty five wounded About IK ladiarcs warn killed find thirty woundfidand Special Agent Coopern states that tha Indians Mtncked tbe Ninti iivalry emigrant train thig Tuesday nornlngi two miles Dortli 61 thn ngmcy killing one soldier of the advance guard THIS THIRD Ing orders were issued today The commandant the mllltar prison at Fort Kann having recommended for to take efjtect on Christmas Olemct late private company BeconO as having the moat favorable conduct at the so much of his sentence as shall remain unexecuted Is re Charles is detailed as a member of the army re tiring board Bin con vened by tho war vice First Ogden hereby Tenth cav now on furlough in this will be discharged the service of the United Status on receipt of this order by the commanding officer Fort who will forward without delay the dis charge and final statements to this The extension of leave of absence on account of sickness granted Stevens is still further ex tended the month on account of The leave of absence granted Post Chapkin Orvllla A de partment of tha is exteucled ten fho Killlnit of with the assistance of Post master General Wauntmaker and first assistant postmaster gen it making an investigation into the Rice SKJB It will Ho Organized In Cincinnati FOKT who was instrumental for the call for a national convention to mast ia was seen by a reporter He said la relation to the Cincinnati meeting and the effort in certain quarters to countermand it that the effort of Powderly and Wrigh1 and Frank of am others who did not sign the has no They have simply nothing to do with lamjast in receipt of a letter from of In and who did eign it and the convention will be held at Cincinnati as We do not propose to be lubhlled by McCuue and Powdsr ly an In Thore is aomething about thi dispatch from on th Persons are named as being pres ent at the Everett house meeting whc were not No of of appointed ten delegates to this The Citizens which meets in convention Topeka January will appoint dole Clialrtnan Chase of tha People party bas iesued a state call in that line Chairman Allen of Indiana hua ale ieauodn call for a meeting to appoin Other states are moving i the matter and the Cincinnati oonven tion will Made an Dry Goods company today mad Gambill of tbi for the benefit of their creditor They operated two large one i thin city and one in John D tba principal stockholder an is one of the pioneer merchants of Wellington and stands high in th public Theassignment was in duoed by real estate speculation durin the boom a few years The assets and liabilities are not yet I is generally hoped that the company can make some settlement with creditor which will permit the resumption o THE aat sixtySw Indians wars ber there Had it twentyone not been for tbe The proprietors of the pot factories of this city will go to Chicago tomorrow prepared to make and the whole plan of tv trust may fall through at the last mo Another Matter that will add to the complications is the intention of the trust to appoint a new wage committee with instructions to oat the present work ing schedule and reduce wagea all around from 10 M 15 per A new schedule ia to bo agreed upon this year and the Workers will not submit to tbe proposed This will bring on a genera which the smaller and weaker factories cannot because they bava nothing but working MVSIKKIOCa of Found a nights aqaroh for the myeterlously missing young Misa Graca Darling A to whom her threatening letter was ar rived here from Terrell late last night joined at once in the ii all hands had up in despair a clew was discovered which led tj the cabin Miss of old had ttttok by tee Bruleb an aiseuMe oouct would have been the ravines wore not searched I think shows that there need be but little ipprebeasloii from Big band in A party forty ia reported an hold by the scouts at the head of Mexiottu Thesa consist of all and the cavalry from Rosebud will biisg them in if it is Joan Indians Big Foot were tho oit Therewere tbittyeight oi the remainder or Sitting Bulls follow ng Chat joined Big Foot In the Cheyenne a ad thirty tbatbioke away from Humps Allowing when he took his band and Sitting Bulls Indians to Fort mvklng vail 100 Before their camp on thn Fort Oliojeune they out up their broko beir wagona and started south f or Bud to jo to troops were placed ba ween the Bud Linds and they Buccesdod in joining thu hostiles AH thcBB movements were actici pated and their IOEB at the otthp Seventh cavalry bo a whole some lesson to tha Bchoflflld said this afternoon that tbe flgbtwusa most unfortunate ocyur but lie did not tee how it coud be Ha aent a telegram to Allies saying that he regarded the news received from him as still encouraging and expressing tho opinion tbat would be inaater of tUs altuation very He also bla thanks to the of flcero and men of the Seventh cavalry for their gallant The following telegram was received by the surgeon general PutB RIDOE D I report during an eugagemont with the Indians fifteen miles from the following casualties twentyfive men of Seventh and one Indian scout Seventh Second aad thirty eight men This includes two men of the Second Many wounds are Hospital Steward Have also thirty wounded women BUG Medical Two From a zcatterinc flra ot long range waa kept up Isst night between Two Strikes from the heights north west ot the and the troops This commenced upon tha arrival of a Ninth cavalry troop from Henrya qammand in the Bid The casual ties thuo far reported are one soldie killed and one At 4 mi en attempt was wadobyTfvo Strikes band to capture the Seventh cavalrys supply train returning from the scene of yeater days battle at Wounded Upon the shots the troops made a dash routed the and killed thirty thret of In response to tbe signal light sect up last hundreds of took refuge in the churches am A better feeling prevails s Pine stopped early in the Bhe had wan dered around in a purposeless condition until she was footsore and and begged piteously for some body to lead The negress Carried her to the home of a where she was found early this The meeting with her old father was Dramat ically She is now at home be log tenderly cared with his wife left for Terrell early this He had not heard other dis covery before he and stoutly insisted that she had taken her He Is a prominent physician and has been con nected for Bomo time with the Terrell iussna While his family still live in he has been practising in Dallas for some expecting soon to move hie family The Hartzells cams from where he knew them and was their V They caine originally from The oaseia in volved in FOREIGN Pornoll and OBrien Moot irl Oon sultation at A Secret Conference Conttned to tlic Monibers of the Irish PttrllH mobtary MOLD three Ken ThrouiU a Train IK Xndlaua Chicago aid soutb ranched tha Seventh street sta on in this city three men boarded and went through the day up your hands they cried to HAT THBOOGH A New Alliance the olllciil Alliance organ o Morris baa been purchased by McKenzle and thla and in the future the paper will be issued from Council It is under stood that the leading Alliance men of the county wo behind the new who propose to change thename of tbe to the and enlarge it to a sixcol umn SaLorecast tin 8 souther windt stationary Internal BUBeniloas May Betult In Wredklnic Window stockhold ers ot tbe Window Glass com thenow trust organization of th window glass manufacturers of thscouu try west of and including wil mast in Chicago to morrow to perfect th fl al sriasgements for putting the trua into Il U however tbut ths proposed raot will be a a a goodly number of the pot fuctoriuu a to jump the nllegin that big tank who hnv tha cpntrolHig interest in the stock o the trust will unload their which ia inferior in quality to the po on tlie and the reasury pay for tt atthesume the Dot tank an bn manufactured cheaper Wmn wit rtiiti former an adviiitag which will create ferimiB light at the beRinding of the i ere lo pftoh wjia full f ladies who were local passengers little ttention wan paid to Frank Dur an Indianapolis traveling at ompted to show resistance but was over owered and robbed of in But ew observed what waa going on and the obbera There is but little hope f capturing Forced to Fay Htavy A message rom Fort Smith to the ex mayor of Tab equah states that in the case of Blakmer plaintiff was nwarded f The early part of lint spring a wan charged with having concealed weapons on its person and was promptly arrested ly the city He was then mprisoned in tbe Cherokee national rison for about thirty long enough to give As soon as be se cured his freedom ho proceeded to Fort Smith nnd there instituted suit in the Sebastian county court for dam ages against the municipal authorities or false Imprisonment and ill idie settles the jurisdiction of the munic pal government as far as noncitizens aro Attain in Hew BANTA gov ernors message was laid before the leg filature in joint session In the courae of the governor recommended he enactment of measures pertaining to the public school to high license and to prevent pools and In tha resigned from the committee on privi leges and making It evident that there has been 8 me hitch In tbe original program of the Democrats to un seat two sitting Republican one from Santa Fe and one from Tooe aermnn Troopo lu Airiest Encounter ttltb letter lire cnatnK iho Severest Winter Isla A Highironed Anntrian Crook to Grief In OBrien and GUI arrived here this Boon after their arrival accom panied by several of the of put In an conference occurred the hotel be tween OBrisu and which lasted an Thee they took luncheon together and seemed to be on very good After the lubcheon it was decided that only the Irish of parliament should take part in the conference and consequently Scully and who were among ParneUa friends who accompanied htm were excluded from the meeting which occurred during the la not expected that any definite results of negotiations will be made known A Oermnn Tageblait llshes a letter from a correspondent In Zanzibar dated The tetter atattit that Panha Bent Antf held and Buelow with a body of troop to whore they fought a battle with defeating them with severe The Watutas Joined forces with tribe and attacked the The Watutas were again owing tothe deser tion of the WanlamwesiB The Germans lost three killed and nine Commander Stupleman recently cap tured a slavers camp near Victoria after a tight tn which many Arabs were The Germans suc ceeded in releasing a large number of man Simon has been arrested at the request of Iho Austrian lie posed to be the ohief of a large and wall organized gang of 8lmoa was nt the head of a aeorat robbery society which had in Altona and Simon lived where ho owned o villa and was to a dealer era the European Tlin Hootch tofiins to be bat very little hopo tonight for the strikers Detection in their ranks ia growing while the railway service is assuming its normal There is every indication that tho strike is about to FBOM TO Same of the MlHiooHlrei Who Wont Dma with tho would bo difficult to find a parallel to such a de scent from immense wealth to compara tive poverty as that ot the partners in the great firm of Baring Lord Hevol atoko was building a splendid mansion ia Mayfairf which was to cost but he has surrendered this oejjwell as the rest of his property to the liquidators to be realized on as among the assets of the The other partners havs dealt with their property in the same a allont partner Will Hot Enter Into to Agreement ia believed here that the action of the Union Pacific in at tempting to breakIts tease with the Rock Islpnd and the Milwaukee and Paul by which the latter roads use the Union Pacific euternnces into will upset the plan for the form ation ot the proposed presidents agree The Kick Island and Paul ay they will enter into no ith the Union PaniHo as matters roods sa ment w now Mobbed tho Letter NEW A mail giving the name ot George Huttlemsier was rested last night on of being a member of the gang which has for some time been robbing letter boxes in tho wholesale district of this When taken to the station housa tho prisoner made a full bonds snd drafts representing over 000 wore found secreted Hbout bis pers In Three The be tween Tommy feather and Tommy of this occurred to night Wwren finished MH only and drew year from hia share of the profits of the had a magnificent place m whore bis family bad dwelt for three which he has given over as it works of art and every the and finds him self beginning life again at an advanced age on n salary ot a year the ear vice of the revived limited company of Another father inlaw to Heibert Ward of Stanley and Africa haa purchased one of the most palatial housed in Carton House Terrace and waa pending in decorating and finishing Too houta was to have been occupied by him this spring and a great was He considers himself fortu nate in obtaining n purchaser for it in the person of tha wife ot the Silver Yet another inem ber of the Henry Blngbam bad a splendid bouM and ei tate in Kent which he has found a Mnaot for three tn Sir Henry Beverv Weather lu pre vailing now throughout England severest eince by K JTalUnr NKW the flse Btory building at the comer of Twentyninth street and FirBt avenue fell this afternoon with great There were fifty men at work tjsnsfar nng tha building into au fincez to used by 4S tot tha eif the protection ot the men the flat root was bu had beea cuUwar from ilia and jiron pad up by canter potfg huge open Suddenly this roof fell workmen itt James Darcen and WeVjet John Hajss WM fatolly in jured and five others more or in tnrta not hurt Moat of the others received knocked but gavo up third tot un j   

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