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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - December 4, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                V THURSDAY DECEMBER Senator Voorheea Pleads for tho DownTrodden fflrferoneb Is and His are the Paucity of His Vte tall Prefers to Dolleve What tho Newspapers Hake Miles to Bather Than the Testl monr ot it eoator Upon the the Copyright BUI tho Bonse WMhlnElon j the senate Hawley from the committee on military affiirs reported and asked to kave put upon ito paasags a joint resolu tion authorlBing the secretary of war to arms and ammunition to the states of North and South f ilanderEOU amended it by aUo in cluding the state of Nebraska and he re ferred to the threatened uprising of the Sioux Indians on their reservation Voorhees said that if the proposi tion were one to issue a hundred thou sand rations of food to the starving In it would be more consistent with Christian Miles he had stated in a public interview that the Indiana were driven to revolt or rebellion by and it in his an inexplicable crime on tho pan ct the to stand silently by and do nothing except furnish arms to the Tue nusulltiea into which the IndlaoH in the northwest were being started would result not merely In de atruction of the lives of many Indians but of the livos nf tUautmtids of Ameri ican and hundreds of American That condition of things had been brought about by a par or dishonest policy HB not which He aii hot know whas ttio purposi of tho Indian administration It wai doubtless But when he had askei Miles whether tomething could no bsdoie to prevent hostilities the gener als answer was that ha feared that it wa too Whether it was too lato or not he was glad that his skirts were clear o any of the blood that would be shei growing out of a policy of in Iqulty and crime toward the The policy had been pursued to take the lamia of the Indians and not pay enough fur them to keep the Indiana from starving to deatbp when they disposed of their i chairman of the committee Un IndUln expressed his delight v that tho senator from Indiana had discovered the real cause of tho present troubles among the be cause those who had lived among them and who had much to do with them Miles and others were very much per plexed aa to what was the cause and whit was the There was a great Atemout far ponnor than of a senator iho lisd lived Hour the and with iip wanted to get the ndians Ismla afc conn as The ne was a the other was 18 fox lyinR around tho pon where the eese w get some of Ijaughtor J The not closed lour of 3 oclock and tho vice rpsldent laid the nenate aa tho inflnlshod business the election Turplii took the floor in oppoaition o thn Ac the conclusion of his pecch Turpio received the congrat ilatioco of hie Dimncratio collaaguea and the Bentvtti THE THE Ohantro in tho Situation Affairs in tha of diversity of opinion on the A good deal of what the senator from IciJinna had stated undoubtedly There was a large body of ihoeo Indians starving or at leant abort of food and that condition aggravated very much the feeling pre valent among Voorhecs repelled the feeble at tempt at a sneer on the part of Dawen in saying that he was clad that he Yoorheesj had found out the cause ot the outbreak of the Indians of the But the senator from Massa chusetts know it just as well aa he for Miles had told and had told the public that the Indians had been made hostile and preferred to die fighting rather than to die of He did not know whose fault it was that the In dians were not It might be the fault of or it might be the fault of dishonest The Indians were Rrmsdwith Winchflster rifles and were in a state of starvation and They could center into the field flghtlna and with the advantage of knowledge of the they could fight of the best American troops on terms of equali He asked the senator from Massa chusetts to state whether those Indians had enough to eat whether Miles right or and whather the In diimsurere being starved Into bellger Diwes said that he had had an in terview with Miles and that he had heard for the first that the Indiana were on the warpath because they were They had been on the warpath for three or four They had been holding conventions and camp and had been giving them selves up to the delusion thut the time had come to go back to barbarism and away from clyilizition ami they were in consequence ot He was not diapoeod to deny that there hud been distress among the as there had been among the peopo in that not Miles any tbst thone Indians have baeu hungry tor two y ears t it in his published Pierce said ho had sometimes won dared that the white people in that region did not themselves go on the warpath be cause they wore He saw In dians every day in the town where he lived and they were sleeker and better than the senator from senator sup pose that Miles does nut know wha he is talking or that ha dots no know better about Indian affairs than a citizen of South Dakota am nearer the Indians than I have no doubt tha tn some of the agencies there are Indian who complntn ot insufficient but do question very much whether Gen Miles made the statement attributed in tho Voorhees paid a high complimen t to the soldiery and good qualities of Gen and said that be would take speaker aid before tho the copyright bill as tho unfinished After some argument Peter if Kansas moved to recommit tho with instructions to the committw ou patents to report it jack with an amendment limiting the ife of a copyright to fourteen Breekmridge ot Arkansas moved to amend by instructing the committee to provide frr the importation of books by foreign authors at the rate provided by 95 Pe ters motion waa 98 The question thoa recurred on the psssugn of the bill and 189 i TVlll the Election Bill Democratic senator held a this afternoon to discuss I5i order of The chances of the paaoago ot the election ii it should a final was anri individual senators ex pressed dtverso opinions as to the ability of the Republican party Isadora to keep thoir forces in The conclusion reached was to maintain an unalter able opposition to the passage of the Tha minority will seize every opportunity to discuss the bill ex haustively and fairiy strive to amenti every objectionable feature aa reached la the detailed consideration of the aa was the with the tarif The opinion was expressed that as the majority bad yot yet signified any iu tention to unduly reatrict reasonable de would be preaature for the caucus to undertake tha arrangement of a pro gram to meet the presentation ot a closun havi to KantfiiiB as follows John Don phaa Harding Topeka Baloi Chetopa Tlfcasautcn Pember Lamed Raymond Eflkridgo Molone Horton Attica ABU Reliable Advices Indicate Ttiut There tti no Immediate Danger of an 3Tuch of the Scare of Iho Settlors Said to Hiive Ileou ttuo Solely to thn XCxnff saruted atorleii Olrcnlnted by Word of Bloutli tintl Pabllfehed In tho Newspn Miles WIH Proceed to the nod Give Personal Attention to tho Arrangement at inspector onerol Division of the trie morning from a visit to the scene of he Indian troubles lathe In n interview he said My opinion is that here ia no imminent danger of serious The troops are concentrated and Beam to have the situation perfectly n a matter of fact has the situation lola Central City Watervilie Clinton Cheney Taf fordsvilie Oimar ron Ohurlsa Huntsviile Girard Earltou Wakeeny Dextar lola Ellin wood Gfiorge Cofleyville Blaine Stephen Norton Warren Greensboro Wailao Simuei ia wego Heber Reissue Gsorgo moth er of Kansas Pateuts have been allowed to inventors as fol ows August ansignor of onehalf to vapor Rsbert Whiio fle vice for testing Tamer Hill vapor Marohal roJ paper older and Austin typewriter cutting ap iver boon aa grave as has been reported n the newspapers Nothing like he A great part of the scare has jeeu totally uncalled a num bor of newspapers got to printing a num ber of sensational and grossly exaggera stories about the and many settlers in Dakota and Nebraska became panic They dold tueir property or almoet anything they cnuld aban doned thoir homes and rushed to the near eat railway when the fact la they were in uo more danger from thi Indian than we are hero in you consider the movement of tbo toward the Bid Lauds aa onu nous TUe colonel Ill tell you aboul the alarming retreat to the Bad bo la the Bad Lands there are many tortile spots on which the Indiana When the order went out culling the tribes into the agency these Indians had to abandon their In their absence some binds of marauders have been committing petty depreda such as stealing chickens and household This came to the knowledge of the Indians at the agency and numbers of them are slipping whenever they can got an for the purpose of going back to protect their Nothing in it more alarming thun a quiet flank movement to protect some hen roont then That is about the oolonol I reached tha Pine Rid go on the I found that the danca hud coaaed three days bstore I got and I may add taut it was not renewed when I The Indians are quiet and peacefully dis Some few of the Ogalloglah particularly tha young bucks of that were anxious for but these were pretty much controlled by the older and wiser The principal cause of the Indian trouble is a lack of provisions in the way of principally moat The latter werereduced pounds for the Pine Ridge reservation and the authorities there have a practice of issuing a steer at the rate at which it was For the agency might get a steer in the fall that would weigh In the spring it would not weigh more than 000 pounds but U would be is sued as pounds all the Of course the Indians would lose that differ This ia one great source of dieeat The Indians I are Inclined to accept any propo whole not to exceed twenty troops and companies of sixty enlisted TO And or rim Iteuton Treasurer Peasley Was Ilroncht Into treasurer of the Burlington arid Quiney was brought into the ederal court this afternoon for failing to questions before the federal jrtind and especially for his refusal o produce the books and papers of the A claim is made that the Chi Burlington and Qulncy road had been paying rebates to and among them who represents the lioird of trade firm of Warren Oathis subject Peasloy de clined to on toe ground that he might incriminate uad as to tho books he refused to produce them be cauau they did not belong to him and he was not obliged to incriminate a company he worked This was reported to Judge Btodgott and he directed an order to be entered requiring Peasley to show cause thia afternoon why he refused to produce the documents and answer to Judge decided that Peaa ley would have to answer the questions and produce the books of the railway cornpanypertaining to any transaction with He Bald that Peasley being only tbo custodian of the document would not criminate himself by giving the necessary The grand jury had a right to see any evidence which related to thia An shooting ia which a Western Lochinvar and his stolon briilo came out ia repotted from tha southern part of the public land Mary Ctiruon has been the belle at nacl all the young men liivt aspired to her but the parents woro cold to all camera until a wealthy cattleman named Royson made known his intentions of paying court to the young His suit was favored by tUri father and but thu suitor to whom the belle showed prefer FOREIGN No Startling Developments in tho Irish Yesterdays Meeting of tlio SiiUoual After a Stormy 1frloiK Ad journs Wlthoist r Otanor Proposes a In TOlTlnE the Temporary Kutlreuient of From Which Much is Ex pooled The Hierarchy of Irulttnd Ooiulemn the Coarse of in the Htitiuo of Gam meeting of the Irish Nationalists to consider the advisa bility of retiring Parnell from tho leadership was in session again During the proceedings Parnell announced that the sergeantatorms of the house of commons had granted tha I monaypd uale of the Cherokee Outlet met today and organized and afterwards with tho government method of procedure was adopted an ad journment was taken until The most friendly relations exist the two commissions and a spoedy and favorable termination of the is TQH FAKMKItV A Storm Is Mrawtng in the HfttUnftl Cw motion Alliance convention mot in regular set eion this A resolution WH adopted providing for a committee of one from eicti sutts delegation to invert gate tho conduct of Barney ohairman of tho national executive con president of ratn liar OiiariBs assignor of one half to viuliu tail SamusJ station George atlspsn sion Penuy Oullom today introduced a bill to reduce the postage ou all letters for any point in the United Including drop aftBiJuly tc a ceut an ounce or leas thin one with aii additional charge of one cent for evety fraction of an ounce in JTroiEbt Ita sitlon made to them by the military au thorities of a peaceful but when I left there was a big snow etorm and blizzird which I think will cool off the young I do not anticipate a winter in that sense of the but troops will be kept there as against any trouble that might happen tills winter or any attempt to go oa tha war path in the The Indians are not properly fed and there will ba a prob ability ot trouble until they In the spring they may make a that tue young bucks may make a but they can bo Troopa will be there to attend to them if make any I believe an effort is being made to increase the meat rations among the Ueveral bands came iu while I was When I left YoungMan Afraid ofhjs Horse was coming in with his carrying a yellow tlag which is a token of Sixtyaight recruits from Davids Is New passed through thn city en route to Pine Ridge To day First Marion of tho First now on the Btsff of beg been promoted to a captaincy in the regular Gen before noon to duy Nelson command ing the Department of the ar rived from Miles has decided to mount two regiments of iafanty now at Pine Ridge executive efll1 Orders to this effect have bean ence wan young and handsome who hud nothing but his monthly wageu on whiiih to The persistent wooing of the cattleman and tae coercion of the parents cauned the lovers much unhappi After holding out against the do miuiduof her parents until life was made a burden to Mary at last consented to All the preparations i f big vrottdlng wore and came the puopla for jinileB Just before the hour set for the ceremony John tho poor a large fedrso and leading Tna prospective huabaml and tho parents of the girl met him with f but he was allowed to coma into thahouao to participate in tho All went well for a but 15 was norm noticed that the girl and Holland had and a search revealed the fact that both the horsea were also A chase was be gun and a large party soon got on the1 trail of the fleeing The girl had dressed herself in a suit of mens clothes and was riding astride beside her both being heavily A running fight ensued on the in which old man Carson ana one of bis herders were shot and Roycon had his hone killed under This proceeding drove them and the couplo rode into Buf where they were made husband and Willing to Wed Miller the farmer who wrote to of the Dirge for a doesnt select one from the number who are anxious to assume that bo must be hard to Peter is a farmer and a widower near Peter likes but ho hatea the widower busi 9o ho wrote of his woeful stata to lu an unguarded when Secretary Weaver the colonel dlacloaed the let ei to the It wan also displayed n trie registry be iold the More than a score ol women fuel that their special mission is o marry uad the Birge office on hope thftt onoof them II Potar doesnt enter the holy bondo ol matrimony soon tho Barge office people will he threatened with Irish members the use of the committee room until 7 Healy disputed that offciala right to determine the length of the deliberations and requested mat he be notified to that Parnell suggested that the mes sage Healy requested to be cent to the sergeant atarms was Objection was raised to telegrams from individuals being received during the During the discussion a telegram personal to ParneH was Sexton Slid he would persist to the end in his onpOBition to Par noil despite the ruffianly attacks that had been made upon A dispatch from Olonmel was de claring that the tenants on the Smith Barry estates were with Dillon and OBrien in their position to the leaders of the A telegram from the Belfast branch of the National League was received and It declared that the members would have no leader but When this dispatch was read tvto represents the western division of Bal f said that if the opinion of the Bnlfnet Nationalists was contrary to his he would resign his seat in Oloncey siidae had a proposal to make which he hoped would induce a i solution of the difficulty in which the party found Boma conversation ensued which re sulted ia tho adjournment until tomor row when it is expected a compromise will ba arranged which will lead to en tirely new Olanceys motion involves the otnporary retirement of ubject to certain conditions being ex isted from Gladstone In connuctlon with his promised home rule in reference to the it being charged that thosn gentle men were Influenced in their action bj Tho committee IB empowered to investigate auyothec charges of which any of tho mitjp be U seems evident lluU a fight on the aubtreaaury plan will arise during the The opposition claims that this plan ia class legislation and violates the Alliance constitution in regard to rights and special Livingstone rising to a question of personal piiviUgo In the stated that the charges and rumors affect ing him had been whispered and of un fair dealings in reference to He demanded a thorough He eaid McCune and heartily joined in thia At the afternoon cession delegatn of introduced the following preamble ond resolutions which were adopted The president of the United States in his annual mesnage to congrese recommemla and urgva the imincdiath passing ot tha measure known as the Lodge election bill and Said bill involves u radical revolution ic tho election machinery of the bath Bute anil and ifu passage wil bit fatal to the autonomy of the states and cherished liberties of the citizens cers of the lines west of the Chicago aud Louis commenced their session here The commissioners on rates re ported in favor of an advance of two cents on u horizontal scale from Missouri rivor points to It was agreed to and taltei effect January The rates OH com will be wheat and other grain 32 cents and cattle 33 at the game time it was agreed the rate on live hoge be reduced from 26 to 18 Nothing could be with the matter of mileage on re frigerator and tank the subject was dropped for the The meet ing will continue The two regiments Hre the from and the Baventh from Thtj necessary horses and other supplies to carry out this are being hastily It is surmised in and about headquar ters that Miles contemplates pro ceeding to the Indian country ia The following order has been received from the war department The secretary of war authorizes the llatment in the Division of the MUiuouri of not to exceed two troopa of Indians tot each of the cavalry regimentt serving Also the enlistment of twc companies of Indiana for the infantry regiments serving in the vicinity of the Sioux and Cheyenne the Several women have the BirgB office in fairly overwhelmed called person ano Weber and Obierne with One fat woman who called on Baturday wantec to know if Peter had cold She wouldnt marry him if he Some o the callers speak no English and then Obiorne submits to crossexamina tion on Petetg Numerous let ters havo been and 0 bierno said yesterday that no more candidates would be Peter will have to decide among thoee who have alread Call fov a Meeting of Kallroacl Mftfua NEW auntjngton president of the Southern Pacific com pa states a call for a meeliug of the rail road officials and bankers identified with rHilroEd interests is being circulated am has been signed by He alee eUte that no agreement has been signed uni no provision or information in regard ti tha purpose of the meeting ia coutaiuec In the paper which is being ciraulatei It is simply a call for a meeting ant nothing Pension 3 Beikaap of Michigan today introduced bill toHmitto one dollar the feewliia person may receive for a claim for increase of Th maximum fee at present Said bill is partisaniu spirit iind wilt be partisan ia ita thua revitalizing the gory ot aeo tional estrangement and the holy which wfc have declared against uectionalism llremdes of the farmers of the south and vyflst tire the citadela around which tho heaviest battlea tire bqing Joughf audio the end that victory may own our crutuda aud fratetmtyand union ba Clancoya proposal haa raised a By ope among the Nationalists that a unanj AHlanco am Industrial Union of mous settlomont will be Lib1 iua in national council that rol do not share thic the attitude and front of the oppo ition regardingParnell an baing reooluto ncl j A Stormy KANSAS committee f Irish Americans which has in charge je arrangaments for tha reception ot tho met again this The aea ion was n stormy John OGrady introduced a resolution ensuring OBrien and be others for having signed their man festo and declaring confidence In Par Father chairman ot the committee ruled the resolution out of A stormy scene emmed in which several members tried to talk at Father Dalton finally restored or lor and the arrangements for the public demonstration pu the occasion of the via t of the Irish parliamentary leaders were A meeting of Par nells supporters will be held tomorrow The Hierarchy Protest djnlnn a meeting of the Catholic hierarchy held ft the rssideuca of Archbishop Walnh in this city to t wns resolved to issue a manifesto de nlnring that archbiahopa and bishops of relaud consider that Parnell ia un fit to remain the leader of the Iriah In the lioane ot mona today the Irish land purchase bill passed its second reading by vote of 20S Parnell and Lie followorB voled with tho Vlolntors ot the Interstate federal grand we do muut solemnly protest Bgniuol pasesgQ of said Ladgo oloolion most earnestly petition our senators to employ ati Mr and means to defeat thu unpatriotic measure which cau result in nothing but evil to our common and bo that ft copy of preambles and resolutions bo to naoh senator ia McAllister took the tluor in nup port of the and at tue end of a strong moved their As he sat down there was stillness and in tho convention which foreboded a Bveryhoiiy expected il to froi thu western or uottUwentetn deie but uo storm Atter a few moments uf suspense Dele gate Darning of Pennsylvania arose and said that be regordud tne introduction ol the resolution untimely that there wwi largely provalout at ttio north a feeling thattheiParmeiaAlliancB a south ern its members being Mtnrated with Houthern Bentimnuts and the pusaago ut those resolutions wpuiJ strengthsn thir opinion and check the growth of the Alliuriewiu the nuith uud west Janguaeu wan very am u ripple of applause the oloM of Presi dent MaGrath of tbo Kunaaa State At Hancoinovod the ailcpiion of tho resolu tions without reference to any committee and without which 1reBsdunt Hall of the Mifgiufi Alllauce moved that tho resolutions ba tpbleo but after aehortinletval In which there ware several short but tempewte in favor pf their moved to tablo the original whlfih wns The nieetion recurred m MoADIsters mouon to adopt the and when rnition WSB flnallj put it wag carried unanimmuSy the wiilpst jury yesterday resumed ita investigation i noodle of the Interstate KASHAB commerce law by western railroads and A number of shippers wern examined and among the more promi nent railway officials put on the stand was Traffic Manager Bugeof the Rock The opinion is gaining ground that several Indictments will be found agalnbt shippers and railway offi in consequence an uneasy feel ing exist ia railway and Oklahoma Wight K morning im mediately tifter prayer by the Senator called Frank Ureer to task about a criticism in bis paper con cerning the bill for the purpow of pro viding for the burial of Union Blows when Qreer jorked from his pocket a slung No seri ous damage dozie the men were Talk of a duel Is to ba heard on all ficn into the tout there boodlu cotubiue in the city cnuncll continued A large number of witnesses were none of whom bad knowledge of any combine among the Superintendent ot StreeU John May knew nothing about tha al leged He bad been approached a member of the nouncU by a car tain whoso rtsme hp refused to who offered him t vfntor works ordinance in Wo to vow for rffer Warden of Site diug wan notified by tsU gtsphtoday by Attorney Tabon thst the allowance of the appeal by th United States District ia the Wood will operaSnia nature ot a stay until the United Btatea supreniu court either dlainlasea tho or poses of it upas ita Cbernhee Otitlou KASSIB special from j The appointed by the council of the Kanaw kee Nation to negotiate with the United weBlh6tp in eastern government ooinmiasion 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