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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - December 23, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                HUTCHINSON TUESDAY DECEMBER SITTING BULLS Agent MoLaufirhllne Official Re port of the The Arrmt Undertaken in Obedience to Order Issuerl and Four Iollco IIIBII Killed Outright IK the Fight Vhat FolluwcdA number Borne ot Whom 81necL Ioinmenrti the Police for their Judg ment ami and Hecuinmoudi That They lie In Han commis sioner of Indian nilalrs has received from Indian Agent McLaughiin a report dated Fort Standing Rock of the fight between the Indian police and tho followers of Sitting on the Agent McLaughlin Bays troop loft Fort Yntes at midnight on tho 1tih for Grand with Louis aa and my Indian police who were then at Grand or en route were instructed to nrrest Sitting Bull when the troops were sufficiently near to nflard them protection in case of resistance to At day break Monday the the police went to bitting nulls direct to his house nnd surrounded the A detail was sent into thi house wnere Sitting Bull was asleep on the the remainder staying on the They aroused him and an nounced their at the same time raising him to sitting and he first seemed inclined to offer no resistance and they allowed him to dress during which time he cUauged his mini and tney took him forcibly from the By this time the police were eur rounded by Sitting Bulls mem bers of tne gnoat and the firs was fired by CatchtheBear of the and the mtenant ot Bull wai bedienoe to the followinxtelegram from dated 12 To Commanding The division commander has directed hat you make it your apecial duty to se ure the person of Sitting Call on ndlan agent to cooperate and render uch assistance BB will best promote the urposes in It appears that John McCarigau tho eacher of the Grand River day ootted near Sitting Bulls had ept Agent MoLiujjIilin well informed s to the movements of Bull and hie fol At 8 oclock on the morning of he went over to Bulls house and here learned that Sitting Bull had writ ten tho agent for permission to go to Fine He had received an urgent all from his friends there to ein them and that God wag o appear to Bull Head said that Sitting Bull had made up his mind to go with or without the nd he asked McAriean to advise tho au horltlonto arrest Bull at Upon hia which wan conveyed to military the orders for its arrest were Accompanying the report is a rough iketch of the battle field and the sur rounding THIS Aclvliion Concerning the nlovttmimta IlilllB The fighting then became gen it wasa nand to hand fight Sitting Bull was shot through the body and head in the early part of the fight by Bull Head and Had each of whom shot at Four police men were allied outright and three mem bers one of the latter dying a the agency hospital the morning afte his removal Bull the lieu tenant of IB dangerously wounded but may The hostileg lost eight killed and sev eral and were driven from th field by the Tltey fled up Gran leaving their wives and familie nil thtilr property behind Ira troops of United 8ates cavalr arrived on the ground immed Htely alter the which bad occupie less than halt an and took posses lion ot the Its prop erty and the The military did no pursue the Hoeing aud the latte no I all into the hands o dome one of the commands moving at tb different points west or south of there Tae police returned about 3 oclock i this accompanied by the cav having In charge tbe remains of the four dead policemen and Sitting also two Henry Silting Bulls years and son of Little Aatina 21 years Tho dead policemen will be buried tomorrow at tho agency military Sitting Bulls remains are in the pos session of the military at Fort i The casualties of tbe fight are ao lows i Police Head in i dangerously wounded four Shave first mortally since Little fourth killed painfully wounded Afraidof special special Senator Voorhees Opposes Elections nnd guidea have come in from the Can non where Fountain and his reinforcements had at New England Fountain moved forwarc to Grand It is known that Sitting camp of one hundred guns am wagons is rapidly making for the Bat Runners from Short Bull and Kicking 3ear keep The lat terB bands are split up in small detach White Hawks band ot 700 Indiana has removed from the Little Missouri and is reported heading east and likely to cross ho Northern Pacific at Hebron or 811 lodges are said to be camped on Heart river southwest o Glenuel and sixteen lodges are reportec fifty miles north of the place by cattle men last They are headed to Sitting Bulls band hai left thi Or and river and headed Carroll and the First cavalry are advancing along the Cannon Fountains First cavalry and Twenty second infantry likely cross Grant river at Fort The country to tb south and west la vacant as regards In They made detours to the south west and It looks as though tbe red skins have been warned of the pro posed cordon by the Other bands are absent from the reservation and moving about the A system of communication is complete between Fount aia and Adamonnd Carr and the I Speech In Which tbe President and Treasurer Has toil Savagely arc letters contained a baptismal showing that the writers baby had been named after the senator to whom letter hid been the A TerrlMo horrible explosion cf molten iron occurred today fit the New Jersey Steel and Iron One of the laborers disobeyed orders and poured cold water nn a maps of molten iron before it had cooled A terrible explosion and masses of red hot iron were thrown all about the room where the men were Five men were fatally Their names are Michael eyes burned out and otherwise terribly terribly Michael burned beyond re Michael cut in the The fifth man is an unknown Quint Buy In tha Bouto ot Representa Hooate tho Scene of n Ice Oanttdenoa Game Ibat Worked Unite Worlds Fair Proclamation In Inveitl gatlon of aittlnit IlnUV Death De Spooner presented the conference reports on sev iral public building which were agreed The bills authorizing the construction of public buildings at Sioux Kansas and are left as they came from the house which struck out the clauses maklug ap Voorhees then addressed the sen The opening partuf hisspench COL bisted of a criticism of President Hurri tion for the part of his annual message to congress urging the passage ot the elec tions It be should undertake to put on the stage A School for he could riot do belter than to dramatizo that portion of hia message taat related to fair nud hon eat Tha rank corruption of the election of 1888 was resting folded away in blocss of five and was still fresh and carefully preserved in themindjof the American Voorhees charged that within sixty days after the incoming of the present administration an powerful and corrupt conspiracy wan formed to Import a certain class of voters from dis tant parts of the country into the states of West Virginia and in order to secure majorities for the Republican candidates in Thn proof of it had been published in the New York that paper had printed leters from treasurer of the United to of the declaring himself in hearty accord with and promising to speak to the president about Houston still re tained hia position as treasurer of the United had met with no and continued in executive favor and despite his proposal for s corrupt project for the overthrow of hon est resident majorities by the shamelaes importation and colonization of voters in the The names of Dudley and Senator Quay having been introduced in nonnec ion with thin scheme for colonizing egro voters in Voorheea ook no pleasure in commenting on the am68 of men connected with that con but he would not remain silent when even the most exhalted dignitaries if the government were found conepir plotting and burrowing amid fifth and corruption in order to overthrow ightful majorities in to de prive her people of the first principles of self and to place them under the rule of the lowest and moat renal negro element that could be Im ported from the Mr Voorbees spake at length against he bill and at G Hoar moved at the senate take a recces until 8 Phe yeas and nays were and the was ypfte nays no notice that a large number of senators have left the other side of the chamber since the motion was made and there is a considerable number pres ent who do not It is undoubtedly mpossible to get a quorum present and therefore move that the senate do now Hostiles Killed outright Sitting C Black Catohthe Little Sitting Bulls 17 years The above are desig nated aa very bid Spotted Horse a chief Brave and Several were badly wounded but carried off by their Agent McLaughlin speaks in the very highest terms of the judgment and bravery of the Indian and ho atrongly urges the government to give them some substantial reward for their He also urges that a generous allowance be made for the families of those who are He asks the co operation of the interior and wardepart ments in obtaining prompt congressional which will secure to these brave survivors and to the families of the dead full and generous Besides the Indian police there were lour volunteers Gray who isone ot the judges of tife court of Indian of Spotted Otto who participated in the rendering good service and deserving like Battles two sisters are Bitting Bulls Until about seventeen months ago he was fitting Balls main A large majority of the Indians at the Rook the agent are loyal to the government and universal satisfaction ia expressed by as l ends the ghoit craza The agent says he has sent couriers to overtake tho fleeing Indians and advise them to re turn as their only safety was at the and that if found outside of the reservation they must suffer the conse While this says Agent Me causing the loss of some of out ablest and bravest is to be much yet the great good accomplished by the ending of Sit ting Bulls whose influence has bean of such a retarding and the determination manifested by the police to maintain the will of the U Bulls arrest was undertaken in Grain Gome Some anxiety is L moat Sltl W felt by the managers ot the western roads on account of the alleged movement by the Kansas farmers to force a sweeping reduction in grain rates from points In that It ia said that the Interstate Commerce Commission is to be applied tc and that evidence has been accumulated by a committee of farmers to be used in complaints against the Rock the Atohlson and tbe MUsourl Should these lines be compelled to make reduction the effect will be to pull down rates from andJMisaourj river Rtilroad men here believe Kansas City merchants are behind the It Was a Fake la much misrepresentation and exaggeration touching the socalled eviction case oc curing in Klngman in which It was charged that the Alliance had driven off a mortgagee and roinstatec the The accounts of it fount in eastern papers ere wholly wide of the as were several specials appearln in western While it is not da nled that It was an Irish community auc that OasfiMy is an the real rea son that his neighbors protested against his removal at that time was because of sickness in his and there was but tbe one tbe other two reported in the eastern press being PORT sensa tion was caused here today by the fail ure of Bateman wholesale grocers the oldest firm of wholesalers in northen The total indebtedness la abou Dropped L Waller dropped dead yesterday of bear Tbe remains will be taken tc McPheraon tomorrow morning for in Weather til 8 Kansas Fair colder Tuesday and with cold wave northwelterly According to the Certificates which had been received there are now in existence Joseph Dolph William Evaita Aatbony Hlgginn Carlisle Algernon Ptvddock Edward Wolcott George Edmunds William Banders Richard Pettlgrew Thomas Power Stanford Francis Stockbridge Hen ry Blair George Hoar Ku gene Hale William Waahburne George Vest Fiank His cock All of the senators after whom the first born was named responded by sending to the father the price of the Same sent silver and and some sent liberal contributions iamoney outside of the price ot the It is not at all improbable that legal proceed ings will be begun against Mr Duval for obtaining money byfaUe Prospective Utlgatlon does not nppear that there ia any material change in thenituation in the ind it is impossible to predict when tho financial bill agreed upon by tho senate finance committee will be called The meas ure has not bsea repurted back from the It in apparent that no suc cess has yet attended the efforts used to secure harmony of action on the Sj far as the election bill is concerned there are signs of a change of some kind In Its treatment and it is possible that to morrow morning Senator Aldrich will submit a cloture as instructed by the caucus letting it lie uonn tbe table to be called up when it shall be deemed necessary or Chinese some time past it haa been the custom of the treas ury department to return to China at the governments expense all Chinese labor ers convicted of entering our territory in vloiation of the Chinese exclusion This applied to Chinamen smuggled into the country from Mexico and as well as those coming direct from A recent decision of Judge Maxey of if sustained by tbe United States supreme will compel a modifica tion of 5ills The decision of the Texas judge requires that China men smuggled from a contiguous country be returned to finch contiguous Invettlgatlne nails Death the house to day Representative Blanahard o1 em lines said today that the trunk lines were because they were not Riven the choice of the clatalfloation which will be an important position if it is ever That tbe trunk linen will ultimately endorse the uniform classification scheme ia general ly believed as railroad managers all know that if they do not then con gress Will empower the Interstate Com merce Commission to prepare one for them and make them use CHOICE FOR Voll of Over Through out the Doited 22An elab orately planned canvass to ascertain the opiniona of farmers throughout the country certain economical and political questions has been con ducted On an elaborate scale for the past three months by the Agricultural Liberal prizes were ao arranged as to create much discussion in organizations everywhere nnd n large poll of postal card ver cards have been iceived from farmers throughout be entire The answers the last question to be voted upon by ie are the only ones that hava en fully The last question Who should be the Republican nd Democratic nominees for the pros ency in 1802 This question was ex lamed in the following foot note Note hat the question ia Who should not Who will The Idea being to draw ut the farmera views ae to the best man or the presidency rather than to guess ho the politicians would put The farmers expressed their prefer nce for the presidential candidates as ollowa FOR KBPnnUOAN Scats 23 11 81 cw 488 iclflc hofionth Totsl FOR DEMOCRATIC Scai ew llldlo IVH 18Ui Jll ftciflc 765 lir i lio 45H ill aaii THE the jour nal had been approved the floor was ac corded to the committee on the District of Three or four measures of a purely local and personal nature were disposed of and the house then ad WORKED THE A Shrewd Oonadenoe flame Flayed by a Man Named Star this evening publishes a story which has made the whole town laugh at many grave and dignified During the past week several grave and reverend senators have been noticed sending nut pages to the jewelry dealers to purchase silver mugs and spoons and have en graved thereon their by the name of Others have folded up five and ten dollar bills and directed them to a certain man named The cause of all this was the receiving by many ot tae senators letters from a per son who signed himself William Senator Manderson received one of the letters to It stated that tbe writers wife had juat given birth to a their drat and hud named it Charles Manderson That name had been said because Ne braska was his native state and also be cause be had always admired the honor and uprightness of the The writer begged Senator Manderson to find enclosed five tickets to a benefit for the five dollars each Du val says he would not have troubled tbe but being a poor laborer a broken leg and no meaus of be had been moved to appeal to his friends throuo I apondrd liberally to the poor fathers ap peal if he bad not seen a similar letter addressed to Senator After a littln Investigation it was discovered that United Btatrs senate bad beenmode the srene ot confidence mans ttonsand would have working that great deliberative body yet but for Mandersoni Ktch of the Louisiana ottered for reference a pream blbiind resolution calling an investl gattojiof Sitting Bulls Representative McAdoo also offeree tor reference a resolution calling on the secretaries of war and of the interior for all thn official correspondence relating to the killing of Sitting and more es ppclally for the reports of those official and agentg directly concerned in order ing or effecting the arrest of Sitting Senator Heant condition of Senator Hearst ot who i suffering from stomach and bowel troubl ia not much changed from that of yester He is still quite ill and it is proba bc that it will be sometime before h will be able to resume his duties in th senate The Worlds la aaid tha tbe president haa completed bla examlna tion of the papers in the case of th Worlds Columbian exposition and tha they have been referred to the secretary of state for the preparation of the procla A Call on National comp trailer of currency has called on the na tlonal banks for a report of their con ditiob at the oloae of business on Frlda Consolidating Ulliionrl Pacific KAUBAB spec from soys A meetln ot the directories of five of the local Mis sourl Pacific companies met here toda and formally consolidated with th parent The consolidation w effected by authority of an act of the legislature passed two years Six companies of the same system will meet at Wichita to and will be merged into A meeting of the directory ot another local company will be held in New York this and will also con solidate with the thus making twelve companies that trill lose their identity and be swallowed up by the big There are other local lines that will be consolidated with the system The consolidation does not affect the rights of the municipalities that had 90M 4711 2S3 Of the scattering Republican vote Reed ends with followed by McfUnley with all but 250 ot these cards hav ng bean mailed before the November Dapaw has and Plumb of has a Kood but they aro m ostly for a In tho scattering Democratic vote Grv ernor Patterson leads with over Jarllela has 700 and Governor lluasoll of aaesaohuoettfl the rest being for a Answers to other of the questions show bat federal aid to agricultural education md the teaching of agricultural science a rural public schools ore ovorwhelm ngly The sentiment regarding tho govern ment ownership of railroads is quito evenly A great many who voted against such ownership insists upon gov ernment supervision and full controls of The views expressed as to the new riff law and reciprocity and tbe pro posed modification of the national land law are ao diverse that It will take some days to classify Vlre at El KANBAB Deo special from El says The people of this place are entirely dependent for lighfW night upon coal oil and The the Heat and Power company caught fire from an explosion of the gas retort and were leaving the city without gas or electric The Kilkenny Election Passes Quietly Davltt Claims the Election of the AntiPornM Candidate by a Thousand A Hallway Strike tlou of Yrolght and Vraflttt TnroaKhant uinmt an Incniue of Which ii by the Ilopnru From Berlin In to Kooh ig stated that out of persons entitled to rote todays cant their Those who abstained from voting are said to have been mostly In an interview Parnell said ho expected the mojorlty would be whichever party He hoped the bitterness ot language which marked the contest would be and In consid ering all he thought the battle bad been fought with little ill feeling on either Parnell said that his oven were much He will goto Avoudale to morrow and will remain there a pro ceeding thence to He will not re new the campaign in Ireland until Jan in an interview this oven says he has confidence that Sir John Pope Hennessy had won by a majority of about Parnell p Par cell has returned from a visit to the vo ters of He is In the highest spirits and announced that Gowran IB go ing splendidly and that it will poll an al most solid vote for Davltt raised warm objections to allowing Scullys election bills and campaign posters to appear In the hall of the Gawran court where the ing is taking Amid much rcont fetched the return ing who ordered Saullya placards to ba Polling Off The polling passed off There was no dis turbance and little of any note at any place in the Har rington suid that priestly coercion woe rampant throughout North and that the WrnelHtea hayo good grounds for contest should it be shown that Bir John Pope Uennessy headed Scully A Pnraolllto Mob suburb of tonight a crowd of Par nellitos tried to make a bonfire of a pile of copies of Davitts the Labor they were attacked by a party of Davina sympathisers and sharp scrimmage The fight enderl with the route of the several of whom were BIG SIBlKK IK All the Hallway Bmployei Demand Uot tor WagM and Quit Work the employea on the Scotland railways struck today for better In consequence of the loss b with no insur An Epidemic among KANBAB special from says In the southern part of Vernon county hundreds of it is are dying with a disease similar to Ho remedy boa been found to check the W a prom inent farmer near says that horse owners are greatly alarmed his The Each the who is undergoing the Koch treatment received the injection yesterday and nine hours afterward ex perienced a slight hemorrhage of the lungs The doctors quickly controlled that and his condition is now much bet Another conaurontive named from died from the of a hemorrhage soon after an injection of the Ao action of the Trunk Line association in refusing to adopt the uniform classification it re garded by railroad men at art illadvised and tome tire at a lost to ex plain An official of one of the went Voter Mnit Xaka NKW United States court has decided to deny the mo tion in suspense of judgment and for a new trial In tha case of Peter president and wrecker ot the Sixth Na tional There is no appeal from this which was The extreme penalty Is ten years and Gold Now new North German Lloyd arrived from Bremen this Bhe brought In a The steamer which ar rived to brought in French Tmnl gold Imported since 17 The OrranKyed NEW a cigar shot and killed hiti young wife and then tried to commit The bullet intended for his own brain only pierced the rim of bis bat and ho He was The cause of the tragedy wan Bnglltb Jlvrb LantKt preii in weekly review of the grain trade English wheat ii Brm at an advance of The trade American ITlDUf U or corn in sellers Barley wd oMa ue a frartlon strike all the express trains are coming in arriving on an average about four hours behind The managers of the rail waycompanies threaten to prose cute the strikers for breach of claiming that the meu failed to give proper notice before going The confusion resulting from thin strike is fectingthe furnaces nnd other large interests of various The Binger sewing machine works have ihut down and will remain closed until the strike is The Greenook have joined the strike movement but the Edinburgh oiid Perth men have refused to go All North British trains be tween Aberdeen and includ ing the London have ceased run At a meeting of railway strikers held here to day the announcement WM made that 4DO men bad quit This number Includes tha men of the Cale North British and Southwest com There is an absolute cessation of freight traffic and only a few pasiengar trains are The railway managers are making a firm stand against the They have given the men a days notice to return to work and assert that they are quite able to fill the places with new Berlin statement U made that the German government will grant Professor Koch marks and bis assistant marks for the privi lege of manufacturing the Kocb Professor Koch and hia associate are alsp to have a large share of the pro 1m accru ing from the manufacture of the The of city that Russian Jews are expected V arrive at Hamburg soon and that ar rangements are being made there to fiend than to It is stated that a uow raittea is now being formed in Hamburg to take charge of the army of 90 their Wo in Thotown Uirowly excited but DO dUorder has The ite Mta ate fall of the Nothing definite it known M yet to the   

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