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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - November 27, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                HUTCHINSON AN APPEAL FOR Governor Melietto of South Da kota Bays Trouble is THURSDAY NOVEMBER Urges the War Department Send Him a Thousand inns nutl to Bnncltmen Complain That Their Cattle are lining Killed and Their Hoaaon Flllnced by tha at n Buttle In ilnil i onimltttnR JDepreda lloat aa Medicine and Porcupine i night Milea received the iollowiag telsgratss from Governor Mellette of South Dakota and immediately after the same said that Generals Bugor and Brooke were mak ing all preparatioos possible to protect ijvea and The dispatches have been repeated to the war department at and also to Pine illdgo Agency and Nelson tiuotcy who nas a tnousaaa head of ana unti livect at the mouth of tho Grand liatte eighty miluti up with au Indian ily siaOB ana tne catuo man eevou uiues sidu o loft their places at a yosteiday to bring ine wao la u was a good scout thruugh the Sioux iroublesof 187D 76 and OuVyenaci trouoles of llo is a reliable man ot good judg aad goon Ho reports that ha was uevar afraid of Indlaos be fore and thinta chare will bo an upris ing very ooou and Uase his beltof an follows Eight days ago fivo lodgas coutaining twelve bucKs Moiou wua VVincneacuro with plenty of camped going Rose Bud to large ciaip waica is fortuid oa White at tua mouth of Ptiaa He talked with them an They were surly and defiant in Cue said he had seen the time when he would beat out the brains of drink womens blood and that the time is coining whou they would do it He said Phillips was raising horses for Indians to ride that the country was just as good now as in buffalo as there was plenty of cattle m Phillips knew these Indians Yellow Talgh being their White a settler at the mouth of Ptss on White pszfljvhnd his house broken open by In tmlaaa and all his goods aad horses stolen dfiys Threo ago three bucks came to Phillips in the last few days hau had twenty asttle killed by the Indians and Waldron seven that they know The threats are against thejialfbreeds and all Indians who will not join the ghost Phillips says everybody who has been among the Indians any length o without any gay that there is going to bo an and that very The Pass creek clnace hag been for a Phillips arid iMyaldronsay that it is Short Bulls head and they think is a point fixed lor concentrating all tho They think there are now lodges and armed warriors The Indians claim they will not give ap Short and will fight when the soldiers try to arrest They say aa soon AS the iflgUt a hailstorm wi 1 kill the iwnite Tfie Indians say that tliey have shirts that are bullet I know Phillips well and would take hifl judgment on the situation in prefer ence to anybody I I urgently re that you establish a post at Chamberlain and one at Forest Both points are reached by I have requested the secretary of and again make application through for a thousand guns and ammunition to be shipped to me at Governor South Without report that Indiana are much exercised over the coining of the messiah is without much There are oeveral the 8 Kickapoofl and Sao and that among their number some ugly and Porcupine Governor Millette bus sent tho Hills The troops will start at once for Little The Agent Cooper at the Pine Ridge Indian agency has telegraphed Acting Indian Commis mlssioner Belt that the situation there is The turbulent he seems while others nre quiet nnd A Youth of lit Illopen With and a Woman of Srite ot Joseph aad Miss Maggie Kemp of came to Tope ka a wjek ago and obtained a license to the ceremony being performed by justice of the Detectives pur sued them hero find stated that tho couple had eloped that the marriage was not agreeable to tho two and that it was illegal ou account of the age of Tho young man in only 10 yeara and in the HOH of the senior member of tho firm ot Srite saddlery and harness one of tho wealthiest men in The lady in the case is tbe daughter of ex Prosecuting Attorney of CM1 and is 30 years of Young Brite rast awl bocarae inlatusled Mien Bue visited him at Jo seph on oao or two After de termining to elopo they arai to Kansas where a license wiut Upon applying for in it is said Srita put u Blip of paper boating the figure 18 bin and when aoked hia age waa over Tho oouple wentromhere toEaaoas detectives fiiuad arranged a decoy to got Brito the Btaio line and then arrest him for giving his itgs incorrectly The plan was to aoml him a letter enying his mother was lying nick in Kansas Oity and wanted to ese A young drug clerk overheard the detective they talked over their plans in the Kansas Oity pOEtofflce and went tit once to who passed out of the postofflct unaware of his surveillance of the de Srite received the intelligence gratefully and went at onco with his bride to where he PERTINACIOUS PARNELL He Bofusos to Yield tha Leader ship of the Irish Party And Xlirongli His Stubborn Porters It II ns Precipitated n Crisis Amongtlio Badlnjc Irlnh Meujbera Parliament Agree That tile Unuae or Boran Rule Demands the Temporary Retirement of Keelecttan ua Leader a Compliment Paid in the Be lief That He Would Forthwith Bo Parnell arrived at the house of commons at 1 oclock this afternoon and took lunch in tho grill room in company with his A number of prominent members of I Parnellite party visited Parnell last night and asked him to reconsider his position as leader of the He showed no disposition to xotire front the Ic was stated this morning if Parnell refused to call a meeting o the party foi today kin colleagues urge him to subordinate hi3 personal icelina tione in favor of homo It was alao esitl that it the wnu had there would be epaaklng regarding Mr ncd tho withholding of Mi letter by Mr Gladstone know that yesterdays tanet mg would a crucial one and the steps were to proven tho meeting actinp precipitately on Pwnell no leader until he ap prised of the tierious coiieajuences thii1 would The Paraeiltrea now fee thru they hud bettor dispense Mr Pdvnells yaluaolo experience than ruin Irish prosperity by dissolving tho alliance the McCarthy explained ho di not communicate the contents of Mr Gladstones loiter to the ParnelHteB til because Gladstone re quested him to consider it as confidentla if he found that ParnelJ contem plated spontaneous action at the begin niugoftbe McCarthy says be and hia col leagues ware iRnoraut of the course Mr remained several It Is said the pftrnon would the prevailing couple are now at but that they will be separated in accordance the wishes of tho of the bride and us but it felt hat personal oneideratione must be sacrificed for the ake of the Parnell retained n attitude of reserve throughout the It was hoped that a cable di8 atch from the delegates in America would reach London before he meeting but none was Much mportnnca is attached to the message rom Dillon and OlJrlen and the ther and tho decision of the meeting to reassemble at 5 oclock was caused by the hope that the dispatch would arrive in the When the Parnellitea returned to the obby from the room in which the meet ng was they wore surrounded by excited groups of who closely questioned them regarding the proceed They replied that nothing would be decided until after 5 It was a forgone conclusion in the lobby that meeting must result in Parnella Liberal ation committee receiving from the irovisioaul Liberal associations shoals of otters and telegrams protesting against Pcvrmlid Bt head of ihe Hatlonfthst Members of par liament tiro greatly annoyed at Far nell3 ungracious treatment of Glad is believed that a flnal de cision in of the leaderahip will bii mala wheu 1 ex pected liBt replies will be raceiveii frcui the peat to the Irish delegates iu asking their opiviion on the A rumor U our out tonigbt that Parnell iutsndo to isaua a ruucifneto to Irish explaining unc his The feeling ugaioei Viunoll among the Irish nj em bers IE NOT Tho Secret Spring Behind This Indian All WANT XolegAtoi Western CauntlnA to tlio of a surprise was created when Ross ing which met to take tho official count of tho late election returns and de manded that the nineteen delegates who are elected to the legislature from waste rn counties who aro not included in tho last apportionment be given certificates of election as full fledged claiming that under the constitution they were legally entitled to eeata in the RossinK ton appeared more particularly for the delegate from Lane Tbe mutter has no particular political as tbe nineteen dele gates are prettv nearly evenly divided between tha Republicans and the op position Ten are three are Democrats and six are Alliance At the conclusion of Rossing tona address the governor said it was not a question for ministerial but for the courts to and they refuse the The at torneygeneral will agree with Lob dells counsel as to the and a speedy hearing will be had in the su preme court of the Stole Bin Own Bikes and his a young married had been living apparently peace ably together for about two years until blanket but the military and the friendly members of the several tribes will keep tho evil disposed ones in Financial matters are gradually getting in good shape the president of tho Commercial which closed its doors last baa returned to this city with the inten tion of helping all be canto save the Unmora of a special to tbe InterOcean from says A fierce bittle is in progress between the military and the Indians near Fort The department has or dered companies of Fort Misspula trojpa to the scene of Advices from various points say that lively skir in progress all along the last when they became involved in a family Bikes left tbe bouse and did not return until about 0 oclock this He stopped at tbe gate and called hie wife She com plied with his taking her a beautiful little girl 13 months with blue eyes and Haht After a short conversation Bikes held his bands out and asked the baby to come to and Bikes not thinking of auy danger let him have He turned and ran to the woods with tbe Bikes ar rived hnre at 10 oclock and the sheriff started immediately to the scnne Of the about eleven miles southeast of this OBrien OBrien was asked this evening regarding the cablegram which he sent today to the Irish party in It was a confiden tial ho aad be dined to reveal itn I our impression being that after receiving a practical vote of confidence he would re tire from the head of the at anv rate After unanimous re election McCarthy found himself In a difficult position and concluded nothing would be gained by reopening the The Illness of Timothy absence of Dillon and OBrifln embarrassed the rank and ille of thn Na tionalist Cable dispatches sent last night to the partys delegates in the United giving the details of the crisis and asking for an expression of their views concerning Gladstones Upon their reply largely de pendo the result of tho afternoons meet Although the conference held today proves that great divergonco of opinion It shows that Fniusll is firmly resolved to adhere to his decision and that unless a vote of no confidence is papeed by his followers he will not abdi cate the after a long and earnest dis cussion of the situation in which the most candid and outspoken opinions were Parnell posltevely gained a who advocated bis depreciated the idea of a final decision until the opinions of the entire party shall have been re Tbe meeting adjourned after nearly three hours of speech in order to obtain the views of the absent members of the A careful inquiry brings out the fact that little doubt oxists as to the upshot of tho When the party reas sembles on Monday it is rprobabe that Parnell will again be urged to retire by a section of big but al ready a reaction in bis favor has set and if a vote is taken it is expected that a large majority will be found upon bis today on tho oiisUi In the said that TUHon and OBrien would ioeet him in Cincinnati when would consider the mutter iiicl would cnbls their views to Iriah Gill said when Parnelln uiouto should ba unsealed tha OBheadivcrco would presented in very different and the clamor raised ngMnst him wmild be Gill bud no doubt of a compromise being rrrived at between tho Irish and English home rulers that would gratify Gladstone f9 well as be honorable to the Irish suit brought iast spring by OShea against her in tho Irish court of for tbo enforctitnent ot her mwrlaije set tlement and to compel OSaea to transfer to her certain interests which were menaced by bankruptcy proceed ings taken igainst has bsen with The Pnlefnco Is Afraid of the hat Covets Hia Rich A ntgegt of the Wmvrltteu law A motif the of the Vino lions to See the Bloux Removed to the Indian KxpreMed JPromlnent RanchmnA of Da a ranchman near South land ed at thn Southern this morning fresh from the fields over which tbe red skins are running Have you got your scalp with you aeked a rate exclaimed con This talk about probable maieacre is ali The Indians are howling out but tho settlers all know as weli us 1 do that there is no dan ger f rru The Indian is au un grateful he is not a They undetfstanrl an ns any of us that il they stick or toma hawk into n thas H 10 ore they rtarort to do It taey would go out and raise G bus they know that though tiioy might get few daysfiendish enjoy the United States would ultimately get them and hang every But what you malting ail if dont only n mattar how many the oitardOT the If ttocka ban had the effect to draw out this money and it is now being invested in railroad The Wanumaker Incident was then re ferred I know the papers he that I went a gunning foi but there is no truth in It would cot be possible to corner a man ts I waa said to have cornered Wanama ker I had not bought any Beading I have Rill can do to take care of my own affairs without squeezing Wtraamakorby buying Preeltlent Adams the meeting of the Union Pacific directors Adams resigned the presidency of the road and Dillon waa elected in his Gould was elected to place in tho TrlfiU laborers Want deputation rep resenting 200 laborers waited the board of ginirciiaus today st KiUarny and asked for stating that they were unaMe to obtain work and that their families were in the Vfo aro taking advantage of Uioir im patient demonstrations to get them ie to the ludian That is tho secret spring behind all these Indian I You remember how I went down I to Barracks after the Cueter massacre and plunged into a blue uni form to go out and avenge the slain I waa youni thon and full of I got out to the front just jn time to help chose Dull Knife and his gang into Red R ick canyon in tbe Big Horn and wipe a raft of them out of in That ended the but it only commenced the bowl about d and I ascertained to my own personal satisfaction that Dull Knife was not so much to He had been tortured Into defense by the and the moment he showed fight they cried outbreak Bend U9 troops Run the redskins out1 You know how I got into the cattle business and when my five years wore up I was pretty well 1 have become identified with tho settlers and it is an unwritttm law with thorn to move everything for getting the Indians No stato can advance any until the Indians are expunged from They take up the beat the choicest intimidate people and Naturally we want the Sioux and everything like him closed out on to the reservation where he will not continue to an incubus on our TUB Beport of the State uotrd of Oanvnwetn PluiKUtiea of Bttite state board of canvassers finished its work to except the declaring of the result on the state which will probably be done next Wednesday at an adjourned The secretary of state was di rected to issue certificates to members of tun legislature nnd to copy the vote OE the ticket and havo the uauio Tho pluralities ot the various state officerselect aro as follows lieutenant 4015 secretary of 5 430 attorney fusion state chief Tho tio on representative in Marion county Is to bo uettled next Wednesday in the office of the tectetary of state by drawing tho contestants having to appear at that Knnnnft Pensions allowed today as follows Atohiaon Michael Ottawa Ja cob Kinsley George Armourdale Lyons Wilmington David National Military Home John Ellinwood Ephrnim Gardner Marvin Gore Oity Pittsburg Maaton Liberty Benjamin Chanute Oliver Toronto Robert Oovert Joseph Topeho John Bnlolt Joeeph Alcooa Emu Alien Garden City Hirnra Boli Jonathan Hutch iiison FJetnher Lswrenct1 John James Wuter ville Daninl Morrow James Little Balom John Whiting Raisaue ram liis were in the The board resolved to ask the governi a menace to our future M a meat ior the needed tittntltutlon In people of County BM demanding work from tha priests and poor Itis admitted by the author ities that within three weekemmy otthe people in the Swlnetord district will lie without food of any tliu Houue of the house of c jnucms today leave was granted to introduce his bill removing GOLDS White Men Ordered Off ihe Beservatlon munication with PINB An order was issued this morning postponing the beef issue until and ordering all except newspaper correepoad the Thare are about Indians swarming in and about the One hundred more Indian scouts are being sworn in and are armed for Indian A special to the Inter Ocean from Pine Ridge agency Bays Little Wound and the Hose Bud Indians liave begun by burrilnjt tha houses of friendly Indians on Medicine Wade Uampton phot by Word WPS received here today hat Senator Wade Hampton was accidentally shoe today by his while hunting in Washington One shot hit him in the but he will not lose his wounds are not Bis Will Entertained at the White president and Harrison will give a lunch at the White House Friday afternoon at 1 oclock and a reception the tame even ing from 0 to 11 oclock ia honor tf tbe officers of the Brazilian The Welsh members of the party held a monting to day and resolved that they were convinced that the price of retain ing Parnell in the leadership would bo the postponement home rule be yond the span of Gladstones public ui that they are morn determined than ever to rally to the support of Irlnh Irish Nation alists met again but took no definite Parnella speech at the opening of the meeting gave no indication that be intended to alter hia decision to retain the Nolan was tbe only member present who favored Par noils retention of whoso frequent allu sions to Paruells great sacrifices for the Irish cause were said be hoped that after due consideration Famuli would his way to retire the present and save the sacred cause of Irish Commins and Lane spoke in a similar Boston advocated that every Psr nellite should record bis opinion as to the leadership of the party and thus settle tbe Sexton said he regretted that Gladstones views regarding tbe leadership of the Nationalist party bad bien withheld at yesterdays Be appealed to Par nell to reconsider bis The ques he bad aaBumed a new phase tba publication Gladstones letter to The Itjsb partj tho disability preventing Catholics from becoming lord chancellor of or lord Houtauant of Wrecked In tho Black British steamer Wostboumo from for Hull has been wrecked in the Black Six of her crew were twelve died from exposure and five landed at KeneiunltiA man resembling ths suspected murderer of has been arrested eays his name is but Tho Development of tho Woit to llie Ca pacity of tho Gould in an in terview with tha Boston News Bureau managers sayx The details of my plan are not yet worked The Northern Mis souri Pacific and Wabaeh are united in its favor and juat olected to the Union Pacific represents the Dews which has a large in terest in the Rock I have not eeeu tha Burlington and Qulncy I think it will be a good but it 1s not possible under tha What we want is a new and strong succeeding the pres ent Western Railroad to give a distribution of territory in which each roadls Stockholders must assert It is all right when the dividends are The stockhold era are but when the financial returns are not forthcoming there will be an just as in a national when times are bac there will be a A very eligh advance in rates and a union of traffic admits that he knows Went Down In a Collision The British ahip from Hamburg for has been sunk in a collision off Eleven of her crew are 1 oommiasloner of waa tOday jefpre tbo nubcommittee of the house on ippropriatlons having in charge the preparation of tho pension appropriation The appropriation for pensions foi the fiscal year madu at the last session of was estl mates thu deficiency for the present fiscal year to between and He has the esti mates on tho payment on account of pon eions in previous years and on the amount paid out during the first quarter of present fiscal JPor the fiscal year 189 US Unum estimates that will be required for Ohlela Chief Mayea vetoed the per capita The chief has tor his reasons that the adopted citizens should have an equal chare with the f ullblooda on of the short Another reason IB that a portion of thla surplus should be propriated to pay deficlenciea in tho early part of the A bill passed the legislature creating a committee of nine to confer with the Cherokee com misalon to be appointed by the chief and confirmed by the This will be done and the work ot negotl inspector Byrnes Interviewed Vonoern Ing Htm NEW Byrnes said this morning when ques tioned about tutj alleged finding of Char ley that three or four months ago his attention was ciUod to tud case and he endeavored to get some information relative to but those interested kept all sourises of information pre sumably ti the reward offered by the eaid a parson wsa brought to me by a BULB the department who told substan tiaily the same The inspector then began a thorough of the and admitted that at the present time one of hia men is in Boston trying to unravel the mystery it being al leged that the boy is now doing time in one of the at that Weather un Ml 8 KaneaB til Friday night no change in tem wiii make a road There are railroads enough in the western country for tbe next five We want DOW to intel ligently develop the country and have it grow up to the capacity of the roade without ruining shareholders by compe titive which are an advantage to in reply to a question aa to tbe significance ot bis recent interest in the Union said There is nothing strange or myeterious about I knew it very intimately when a and I merely returned to my first When oBked na to what his plans were in regardto western he said an effort would be made to make them earn This could ha done by Wlir They are Ifmv directora of Oregon Improvement Company have flsued a circular to the stockholders lowing why the company IB in an em barrassed The causes men ioned are the flre at depression following the real estate ex citement in the west and conei quent fall ng tft ot earnings of the Southern Cali ornid route the decrease in coal busi ness on account of fires in the mines and troubles uud the I cm of its coal cnntroct with the Oregon Railway and Navigation slight in vance would be ti road A slight ad oient to make the folly recognized variaWa He dieclaimed all knowledge of a deal with President Oakes of the Northern Pacific and cauld eay nothing about said bsve good times in the wa shall The fact is it is a good time when America baa to prophesy good be an impressionthat There secma tc I am mixed up in about judging from what the papers Bay but the newspapers woult be surprised if they could sse my books to learn where my investments This mutter of in veBtmeDti tskee strong some times During the period when gold wsa blgb people boarded up their gold and put i awsy in their Btookinm tu provide againa flnttncial The low o Au Anotion ot special to the ipiibiic from Teiarkana Aneleu tion held to day decides whether county seat will be removed to New Bog or whether it will remain A large portion of the colored vote wag bought at auction on the Many votes brought JIB much ae while 66 voters held out for Tho novel auction tale bas created and tba buyers and are alike Want the Fair CJloicil board of managera of the worldi faU today voted to request the commiasion to clow fair oa   

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