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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - November 22, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                HUTCHINSON NEW THE i3ut Ohango in thu fiOD at Pino SATURDAY NOVEMBER property are opposed to the propoeedup Youni bucks who save nothing and older ones who are led by Sit tine are causing nil the Infoniiiitlou ICecnHCtl af j Imltan Tim ttodsklns Sny They Will Tolorute Uomrmssioner Matt this utieruoou re Mo lutcrTercnvu Wltli Tliolr Ghost reived tho following telegram from Spo Olrt Sitting lull Ildllflvetl In be tliu Mov ing Spirit In Ail the ITenonf Ulieatln Wiir Unpurlment Uoucon trutlnjj Troupfl In ylonx Although rif tin Outbronk aru Kx jiMiod at utt Kuriy special from Kidgo Agency Buys A picket line o the usual number waa thrown out A diotanco of A mile surround ing tan An Indian police force vf 100 meu ure now on duty and every sol ljs IsiotruRtKl to Blnep ou Ida Brooke received dispatches this morning from Miles to Bnparate the good Indiana 1roro tha bad and bring the peaceable oues in tfco Wells urn thvoo companies of ca valry will arrive today or tomorrow from and two cavalry companies from Wyoming will bi Lora un tha By tho time these reinforcements a oonBultation will forced with the bo If they rcfuee to atop dauning they will be ami if arrested force will bt A scou Juai arrived imports to Brooke u vast number o ghost dancers from KoEe Bud Agency have latt tho reservation and ttmt they are rapidly moving toward this They arc now but n few milin There aro Indiana at this agency about two thirds o whom are to be Ked Cloud cacie into Pino Hidgo lu day to join the feast of welcome to tha returned Will Wast He daisied that hfl joined in tbe dance at Wounded or that he gave it liia On the contrary he claims ha tried to induce tho dancem to No confidence ia placed in the Tho character of the old Cheyenne and Us record during Kitting Hulls wvr ire GENERAL Tho Walt 3troet V HITU4T1ON Thonnivul IiullHDN Mny Im nn Hfcniullnc UniU KOCK officer on tho eapeoij ally those high in look on the j situation as very To be Btill more explicit is to say that the oflloerB consider It next to probable that or Indians may Bweop down on the agency at any Nothing but a conltl is extending to tho mountain border 7HINKK TIIBUK IS l kniliim CouimlflHloncr ilotl n Mopofti nf the IftHiire among ths due to the iimnblah at tho cHlco to bB greatly ImUii ioemiol seMsvo thnt the Indians entertriiix hoBtilj against tho tfivi that tho mat1 ias Hot Appeared at Uie It is probable thac Tiieatha Indians iliacovor that these stories tre not thoy may liecomo ciai Agent Cooper ut tho Pine Kidgo I attention of nl the Agency Newspaper Ageni Moyer IB at his Indians are Btill Police report that thirty uiftiu Kline Bud Indians have arrived at this reservation and IUO or TOO more ure en route to tho liopo to settlw j this Indian crazt All kiurib of rumors aro Will keep tho department fully Such information as was received today at the war department wan not In the course of the after nonu tbe following telegram was re ceived from The numbor of Indians going from llosebud Agency to Iisie Itidge Agency IB Ho llablo advices bhow tuat the inesoiah our IndianH near and between tho rjioux nation and tho Canadian Secretary Prcctor carried the tllB patchen to tiw White when he attended the cabinet meeting at and they formed a subject of discussion at the Afterwards commanding the was in consultation with the secretary of war for an hour respecting ton condition of Indian Secretary Proctor says that the suggestion niado by Miles that troops in other divisions than hio own command bo gotten iu reatt iaoBs to reinforuB him baa already boec Ordara have been eont the commanding officers of tha troopa aa far south aa Texas and as far weut as to prepare their men for immediate move mouSf an ombrgency In any event i in tba intention of tho ciopart to heavily re the troops in the Dukotas tho and they will bo moved ia from other divisions from mo to time so as not to overtax transportation and supply Iu this way it is expected that the depart ment wiil bo able to nrnas au overwhelm ing force of troops at the agencies where tha excitnmeut ia at i thrt spring ost guUlgl Bmnovul oi of which Miles was wont up there raceqtly and investigated tho advisability of taking thorn back to their old before he left Pine Hidgo Agency informed the Chey ennea that tho commission would recom mead their Since the removal haa been ordered und the carry ing out of tho order now will remove n disturbing llore elemeut fram Pino Hidgo and divert tuo Situation in Hn mid Uio tlin funic or A ot fov the Control of tho Leml Inc Ltntio tt tho on nf lie Wrstecn ViWiouBor Ollici stock mark et was ijuite uctivf again and at thy same lima decidndly strong and oven buoyant ut the improved per to tiio epnculator waa contlnnona throughout tho the upward move from Ousters said a prominent of msut bfiiig subject to oalv slight inter i t The was certainly more cheerful today than it has been in weeks tbe improvement was ex tending to all Classen of both stocks and The bulls for tho llrst time for months seemed to have complete and I hope to he that reinforcements will arrive bnforn the red devils make their Tim Indians that aro here ia sight seem to be exceedingly and they are trusted by but Btill it is well kept iu mind that blood is thicker than Had who has baeu and is still sympathizing with the new Christ but is here instead of being off at tbe ghost continued very sul len end is being keenly A fulais move on his part and he will be put in Ho seema to bo thorougly on producing au AwnKlnK tho of Jlee special from llot D nays great ex citement exists thero over the arrival of a body of Indians that Mes siah who had promised to restore Uot Springs to the SIOUK naiou had sen tiiem there to await Citizen ure arming A special from Spring View via worth was received there yesterday that the Indiana are bunding together on Piinuti twenty nfiles north of for ths purpose of raiding the settlement motivation A special from the Kovurnmeat They Till probable turn ernorWarren stationed it Fort reported iu Huftilo that renegade Hliftix and Ciiey wsra heading for the Utah Big tlorn This movement in volves trip of 200 miles aad in the Jour ney the lisping reds will traverse several vouitios of They are leaving j reservations aa a result of the mosouh and their plan ia doubt lets to make a stand against tho pursuors in tho broken country for which they are Tbe information received here by Senator Tieiiale of Johnson j He showed thetelogram to Gov Theti thura amort the Indians wt tho man who have made will be liians which miy beyond the coniiaes of the thought the precau tions already adopted in pending the military to the reservation would be ample to prevent the who was today reinstated as agent at Bad left iiere tonight for that He said in his opinion if u few ringleaders wore locked up the excitement would be apt to di He says that the story i about the coming messiah was started j mainly among tho nonprogressive In who are led by such men Iter Cloud and Sitting These men have bnen deposed aa chief because they oppose the recent sale to the government of a Urge part of the Sioux and any other movement which waa in the line of pro The religious was origin ated by them 111 order to regain their control over the A MIMTABV OorreHpondoutB tiob Allowed to JfaolH About tho Imthm u 7ntoftcs correspondent at Atkins information from the Sioux sgencfy from two absolutely reliable via Hettinger county from the western part of the reservation and one from Standing Hock via as follows Tbe chances are against an i immediate uprising unices Bitting Bull makes up his mind it would Bit tine Bull would be arrested and put in but the agent ia afraid this would The latter at occe wired protest against tho re tho Fort cavalry ou a to Douglos thero to take the train for tha Pine Hidge Tae marauding reds havo full fat ponies and plenty of In fiifl report Gruard intimates that there is imminent He is a half breed and a ccout long in the UiB infor mation waa secured from the Utah to whrm rucnere brought ImllAttri Will KuslHt 1ioneer Proa special from says of Fort Bennett arrived here today and thrflatenings on the part of Indians carrjiug on the ghost dance to resist any interruption by force of Indian police were sent to insist on tiie stoppage of tbe They were diKarmed ami obliged to retnrn to the An extra company 01 soldiurs have been forwarded fron Fort Sully to Fort Bennett and preparation have been made la case of There aro fears that un outbreak may occur at any but the Indiana have beea accustomed tu government control eo long that it ia con sidered rather doubtful that they will at tempt any violence at this imt there is no question but that groat PX citement prevails among the Indians on gaged in this ceremony and thero in no telling what may Kureka Ju ilia Throea of from Eureka state that the Bottlers of KmmooB aud Campbell counties are flocking into that place on account of a control of tho creased bjyiug of stocks and acd the impioviil condition of financial affairs in together with the positive easy tone given to the money maiket wbich was especially m to day ac counted iurgely for tho prevalent dia freighters from the west report numer oun squads of Indianu from various locsl ition seeni to be collecting on Belle All are armed to the tooth and j have a large supply of provisions and They are mostly Ogallala Sioux from the Pino Hid go Bad ant two othor Crows from the Crow resarvation were with They ay they mo on tbtir way o sco the now poeition to U was a notable fact that as market advanced there WHS a supply of and for the flrst time in monUm monoy rLlfttively cheaper tbU TIH neKu nf day waa very Ciwim We and Clio utteraoncja o a who 13 to bo to Gould ou tbs positioi of iliat gentleman upon tho cciasd a ganenil iucrentn of cou fitlunco ie fnj itndfrum theoo und tlui nows from tno west noxt upward which to huve already will biissd iu railroad A vfpiut from London that there is liUoiibbOd of an incroaRo in the culation tiuro biisRdiipou silver attracted eonoidoraWp attention and had a good Tho question ieeue is the validity of the York electro cution and tha case iu a aeouel to the Kommler Roger who waa counsel for Kemmler and who now represents loses hio application fora writof habeas corpus on tiio ground that oxecu tion of Kemmlnr domonstrat cd that electricity not n usual and painloos method of It is asserted New York violates the provisionn of the federal constitution forbidding cruel am unusual punish ment and IK for that reason unconstitu tional and Attorney General Tabor the state nnd Sherman the Kitnffufl have been grantHd of Kaunas no fol lows tJlo verdale McCrackeu Cherry tAlanson Chico Potor Stone Lawrence Btillman Washington Anthony Ohorryvsle Independence Potter Cor inth Smglston Pleasant Dale Tharn was in ainel Holton Josiah Ilillsdalo Uezskiah Troy Uoaea Iligh Point IJlyasecs Thomas Saun ders Wittrupp Israel Wamego Con Bigeiow Uobert Kanona Johu Fontana Jacob Milan Robert Cherry vile ur IM Will Gilbert Henry Independence Duvid Inyo CoJToyville llartiu Van Wetmoro Jefferson Topeka FlavinsC Jiiowu KenJ Elgin Albert Watheoy Mexican Burvivors Walter is officially an nounced arrangements for continu iug tho buijiaens of Baring has bopc A limited company has been firmed and will bB registorea v ith a oiiucnribwl Hoft Drinlcfi nro All tho city is laughing over the action of the Wo mans Central Christian Tenipcrannn in convention this Thf organization is mado up of itelejiUee from all branches in the city ant rcet to settlethB question of noft ginger root being eigainst tho One woman told of tho amount of alcohol there wan in these drinks and described tha horrible Finally a in an interview aiif he cousid ered tho situation in to ba extremtly Oontiuuuig It will Ttqviisetho utmost care prudonce to prevsat an outbreak und j then we may not The io not only at one place it oxiga a fittiat I many Separated by fifty no ano hundred and understanding flrct hostile shot shall be signal for aa sembling and concentrating aU hostile that is the understanding which the warriors have in tho differed iCaroDaftn Croji fteport elev enth annual report of the department cf makes n very remarkable Tlie eecuoii was generally favorable to The acre ihoiimi linring boaoiniicbiiirmancf company and tlovotes tho of hio fortunn to ho lirmB Other iHrectcra nva Vincount is Sirkmiiu inri resolution was offered uutl that and raBjiberry shvub nil in thti lino o iiitixIcaHbK and tbe taking of tliem were violations of O womaii sad had nf a gl containing gicgor ale Hi a local dr and nanecl be tthiioivpsl from her The meeting Jecldedthat Hf she had notdrnck it thorn van nrxieod wus rcCKi agicating Vic street was Jay Hiiutington snd the liockfwHer BperatR aU the railrccil ubnticlled hy it B known thdt tho Vanrlerbilts havo a tradic contract Paoiflc which ivvstHrc Thet con e of pset iaiiiortancB and an hite to the Yaoderbilt of the New York WUB seen touight and ftokod ago was increased from acres in j what the do about the This is all news to me for I have not beuid a word about It must have been developed very secretly am for it ia the first intimation I have htd of the 18S9 to acies iu aud a care f ul and conservative baBed on nv ports received eiuce placs the yield of the crop of ISftOSM at bales of upland and baga of Sea Island This is by fur the largest crop ever growa in the Tae in unusually long aad strong The immense yield IB attributed to tho increased heavier and to ihfl generally favorable The stands obtained were ul most per and while the heavy rains of August and September damaged tho open which was two weeks earlier than this losa was more than compensated for by tha heavy top crop which was pro duced and which thenubsuiiient perfect woalber has matured Tin rice crop waa considerably dam aged by rains during the harvest season andifl below the Guru and all ther with the exception of arc above the Not withstanding the low pricta for cotton the value of the priccipal in South Carolina reaches th What the VtinJerbilts do about it I oo not know uoythiugabout hin I could not say without looking Into A O 1SU lnu War Aluy Uoiutlt Friim lreclpitate Agent MoJiiughlin well defined rumor that the Sioux take has lost control of Sitting Bull and the the war path Five hnndred people from the country are now in Eu La on the is corn other leaders at Bulls The dance of 200 braves keepD up day and night All reports that come by wire from Fort Yates are Mili tary and war censorship is exercised on Many agents found it Impossible to wire the facts they wanted contained in this In dians with Sitting Bull do not welcome even friendly whites and will not shake hands with them They nay ail white men will be turned Into buffalo and cat flah Indians from Pine Ridge are now with inxpiring his followsrs with mesaiah Imimcient troops are atStanding Rick to Justify such meas ures for the suppression of Bitting Bull as prudence would Sitting Bull is jealous of tho incroasn of cattle on Can non to white set HeHeacbee his followers If a raid pletely portea early this It morning re that tno men had been shot and ecalped by Indians in Campbell but thiB is not credited The sheriff of Campbell county wires that there is a large body from of Sioux on the east side The people are greatly ox handapmo total of The uantity of commercial fertilizers sold n the state duringhn year Just ended was tons or tons more than when the sales were greater han any previous During tie last tone of phosphate rock were removed from the beda nf tha narig bin streams of the and the amount o royalty pulrl into the hnreon wee an im raieoof 148 over last ia made they are on the killed eottlers and the Indians can surrender on the of the and heonue of ihe fate of for lers no npw will come who havf followed the advice of McLaughlin and accumulated cited und are appealing to Governor Uellette and Mayor Moody of this city for arms and Tlie CtMiycnnmi Will Nov the dispatches we have received to said Cor bln at army are of an en couraging There has been no outbreak at any of the agencies and linger reports the situation aa peaceful all The removal of tha Obey ennes from the Pine Ridge agency will probably have a good They are to he taken away at They will be taken back to thf ir old reservation in tbe Big Horn A commission W Oeuth of the W ho GruntV rornmtttNtou UN GPH Thomaa who was appointed the first adjutant general of Illinois hy and who resigned in 1862 and was appointed colonel general of tbe Second regiment Illinois light nrti died Betyed in the army with credit from the date of his appoint Borne days ago the Rock rouu purchased from a scalp er miles of transportation over the Topeka and Santa Fo in the editorial These were turned over to the Western Pissen gor Arsociation for redemption by the Santa Fe under tbo The tickets have not beea redeemed and the Island tkia morning called on Chairman Finley to tko some action in the mat ter to receivo the moanv tbus In c claim to by The Santa Fe is disinclined to redeem the ticketo that it had Bent out notice to itf conductors as Boon as they were fount o be in a scalpers bands canceling them and conductors nut to honor rhim I his action WHS Uttun before tney were bonpbt up by tbe U ek Island nullifying Us for heir Thia R ck and a lively wriugle and is ON aeurt hue granted charters to the fl owing nesv organizations in Kansus Tio LarJsborg Milling company ol organized to do a enerai Hour milling The apital stock ia and the flrat Ui sctors are Hrfluian nnt Chase nf Enterprise Eberhart o and George Eberhart of Lends Tne Episcopal church o Wilson The ruatees are Jacob VVillioin U Edgar Fox and A X all of Wilson Prlflouer for in old and decrepit who WOB hrown into Jail over two years ago 13 bis prosecutor attempting to do Iraud his hau boon falling rap bud the county physician Bays be will die if sot uoou Ho claims hat he has nothing with which to pay the but his creditor claims that he can my if he A represectative of lie State Humane society was here yea ierday looking the matter The caite s already usauming quite interesting Tha prosecutor has paid bis Doard in jiil for the past two Swore UlH Llfa waa hanged hero today for rape upon Hufe near Haraklll store on the 18th of last Febru Maples denied his guilt to the last and a dramatic scene was witnessed when on the galowg pointing his finger the principal witness for tbe he accuser him of swearing bin life A notable feature was that bait an hour elapsed from the time tbe drop fell until be waa pronounced Fire lit Chicago 31 tonight ill men werdiBcovered in tbw Btudebaker building Tbe structure has at The and immediately in The ilinifu were coutinot ultuott ontirelv tn basement of tb iniilUog and the will not DUNS WEEKLY Oondifcion of Trade tha United n Spite of Imilcs in Stocks LrRlU llimlncss is But Little KrlilRuiitiy IH J4oMtf but on tlifl the miie Contlnuen TAU for Pre vluuH Large Inorvaae of Dticlluci In ronoy in KKW Dun A weekly review of trade Bays The marvel today is that the business worUt ias able o iituod with so little dis urbanco nuch a stock nnri strain tlie punt two woeka brought wUu the asset of the largest commercial jankiiig houses ia Great Britain turned ver to the of with several arge stock failures iiti anil ono at hnd uoma saviugn banbii esiegcd by itruorauf depositors n tSw legitimate nisiness of the cosutry haa hardly buon ffocted at na Htringoucy haa sumo if making foreign exchange tUrijnteiiu thu snovnineut find i tcruptir is soeu in but ovcrythivij tUun far indiCHlan a souudoir condition c legillinato busi ness than many Tae collapet f many groat spuculatioiio wavy bus the public hat btieu taking iniica part iu oucii it nay be tiopotl that liiantin inatitutionf oroed at loaut to irjp specula lions which absorbed oriurmuua capital bocoDio morn iur the etormlias tor the of nul ISritieh by shrinkage ju certahiS and cuutti African BIV curities areeotimateU at Whila the money miirUns are gonura y tight thero is still no unusual com plaint its to colleotionpj though and rediscounts hav boeu The vulumo of coutlnnon to exceed tbm of uny previoun year at all ilearing IIOUBCS outeulo Now about 15i per for the Thus far xports have been checked at York falling 0 per below iaat yjai for tho but tho imports Mere iu half of Hovembcr exceed yearft by 24 PBI Pricua are yielding whicli will help exports of fallen i ctntB iluihig com about and oatft Cot ton boflo haa fallen oil pork 75 oonts rer hngu couta per 100 Sugar in also n Tin ifi oad weaker und no takcra are reported for copper at Tim general aver age of prices bus fallen this but in etill about 7 per iibovj that of the name data last Vet neither the Bhnuknyo in prices nor the stringency in money markets bo attributed to operations of the which haa put out during tho more of the new iillver while taking in only of other fcrau of Tho volume of currency in circulation out Bide the treasury is now ovor against a year but thnro are very interior markets at which more or loss ntringency is not re Pittsburg nnd Gal we being well sup but at Chicago and most other j while the demand la no oubleis Reports from other tics aro The south is moving the lurgeatcrop of otton ever uud while exchange auaea some the rnove ent is Sugar comeo in largely at ood pricps and the receipts of i New Orleans are liberal at some de with moderate receipts of ride is healthy at the envor and KaDsas City ia At Paul though money preskuro felt at Milnaukee and Of the real centers Chicngo fares Tim ry goods trade equals last ami le trade in clothing and ehora IK endiug profitable season even at Boston antt t The great failures arft elt less In commercial circles than might ave been At loney ia tight and commercial paper ImoBt ment to ently brevetted signed the first commission of Ulyencf Grant ae a volunteer in He was wall advanced In and wag a uprvniO 111 the New Of the biituya New under sentence o death hy meaosof cluctrici Thecaeo c on froma decision of U oiied cir cuit court for the wujtheru district of Now the writ of haboaa corpus which counsel for Jui giro had ought to obtain a writ to compel Warden Bursh to release the Kio coohti tuBnl by a vote of 175 to 47 hag recognized the legality of tbe pro visional nod sdoptprj a reso ilnuH itK taken upon tbo i f ft ferteratio tin til 8 m Bitimlny JFtr Kansas ulifibtl co northerly winds fa end warmer Wntctlntf the Nsw The nd Francisco directore today au horized the execution of the mortgages curing a proposed lisue of about iu 4 per cent coneolidated mllar in form to that of the Paul to take up of nn erlying bondii and provide or other lawful purposes of the com thtt Nalliiimi M 21 Tbo ional convention of the Farmers Mutual ienefit Association adjourned at noon after deciding to bold the next meeting during the second week n An amendment to tie constitution wan adopted giving women and all others over the age of 14 the privilege of Joining the Purnlnlieil With Governor Tbayer today complied with the tele ic rtquetta from citizens of Harri aoi efidicg Rupply of muikete and ammuoitii n une in f an laditin uprising in that YAZOO Doraey Edwards waa hanged here this mornlnic at 11 oclock for the murder of big wits in September X   

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