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U tTTjtiaEus ChiwuCo
BY BUFFALO BBLL-
FROtt TRUETALES OF THE PLAINS
S tlico short dcscrlnilona of
events, deserving more ex-
tens vo reference thmi possl-
inv miT nre nciring a closo
mid hive covered n period with whU.li
his mime Ii associated, It i llttln tint
tin (.enciiil rcadci should b given n
little Insight luto the thaiaetct of the
ftiimil Sioux Indian Sitting Hull Aft-
tr remaining In Cauad i until his poo-
pie ere ictiliu: him nnd rilurnluK to
tin Ir reservations, hit Ins oiilj a rem-
unit of his Immediate follow Ing and
famllj left lie himself lousentcd to
icuirn under conditions tint would be
fmoinlile i his fnllunen,, while he
wan assured of Immiinll from per
lie was wise enough to Know tint
his absence was wennlng imii from
obcdHnc lo bis swn),iind innrtjnlom
at a distance, he-thought, was not us
circuit o lu retnlntiiB popularity and
power ns would bu persecution under
the ej es of his people
Ho nn of Incorruptible lojalty to his
people, n htlcMcr for their treaty
rlghtii, a uatlto i)lllclau who l(
Erhooleil n little more In tflplutnacy
and Its concealment of designs Mould
class him ns tho greit lndlui Ktates
In wnr his bitter opponent. In peace
he won my friendship nnd sjtnpithy
He Impressed me nit n deep thinker.
Conscientious ns to the proper rights
to the lands of his father, he ml
Minced arguments that were strong
niul com lacing His claim of primitive
possessions for ages beyond tho white
miu'H coming of the conditions being
undisturbed for ic onirics nnd existing
ns the (lre.it Mniiltim hnd ordained,
the bountiful supplies ho hnd furnUh
id on hnd at'd In the water, of wild
fruit, wl'd fowl wild I'tttle. itbtiuilnni i)
of wild horse's lerdure to mipport
them without the plowman's weary
wort; till furnishes! Iilm an argument
tint the disturbance nud compulsory
c hinge lo Its heirs of this hgnc) weie
arbllrirj unjust to the teige of what
we would call Kiirrllegloua Interference)
with the Dltlne will
ir.. i..,.i nii .I... ,.i.i tm.iin. i.. i, id I
head In the Indian legendnr) in inner, I
nlxo In hieroglyphic n, but In writing
nud printed tyic he hid nu extract
from the treaty of 1WW bj which tho
Sioux rcsenattun of Dikotn was net
apirt "for the absolutu aud undis
turbed use nnd occupation of tbo In
illans nnd upon w hleh no outsiders but
government cmplojees shall be nllow
etl to pass, Kettle or reside "
I', islng his esse like n liw)cr, he
would Introduce It ns a silent witness.
Justifying his actions, nnd with keen
eves he would watch It carefully, so
that It could not bo tampered with,
niul w bile, of course, ho could not rend
he bail mirks on this sacred totem that
he was familiar with Ills eaglo p)o
would Hcau tho fuco of thn reader of It
to see the effect, nnd on Its return his
face Intimated Btrnugly the triumph
It gavo him ns a claim int to a clear
I will ghu n general Idet of tho
old man's description of conditions, re
sults and tho power to him of some
iu)sterIous man tint was Invisible, be
ing In the dark nwn) cnnl
That the white imn nt this time bad
taken most of the land, had ilistrojcd
or driven nwiiy tho gmuu nud that tho
The fiitlliiu could not cope ultJi tltcmyi
trrlnim, hultllilt nuin lu the tltirlt
least he could do was to halt mid leitvo
tMou It"!1-0 uiiUlslurlnil. the white
i .m. .. ... .... . m. ...... (I... ........ ...tl...,.
Imvl 'g lu lsuS in do tint UoMy to that
cITct t Dlhct'j bad arraugetl with
then to bJllil tin 'lien nnd" with a
'lone Hi it ate vvoitl lire ithcil llio
n"il Rinolti," lo draw vvacuius nnd em
Ui nits ipilcllv urois tbclr coiintrj
to Oiegoi Wiibhlugton niil Cnllfor,ih,
tovv.iul the betting sun. V It Ii pleasure
tho) ngrrril Whni this road was
built It was only ns w)d ns lib out-
- , ""fir,.
'' 'h Jk y-
.is. i.irav.n-,: -inn--iwr s'riiffh In "51..
dark' liml taken rroui thorn lamia
twenty uillcs In width for hutulrrtli of
His arguments, as 1 see them now,
covered every one that the uusclllsh
advocate of commuiiul existence cun
advance, practicable licu the so mil
ed I'clvlllxcsl man" bits become a eon
tented aa Mere the primitive children
of prairie land and forest, but. lniLltiB
uhlth. this sunhal of the tlttist
seems to decree the fate of the Imlltn
and control the relntlte prosperity of
the white. Tho tiro horse mused
prairie Arcs. His attendants lucieascd
until they came with sbotvl. spade nnd
earpenter tools, 'lhey first eroctd
tepc-es. got lonely nnd brought their
Bipjaws. Their friends noon came to
Join them, aud noot wooden tepees
were built and camps became lllnges
nnd Ullages towns until titles were
filled with crowds of people, nuiIi us
lllsmnrck, Mnndnn. etc. 'llien the
"man In the dark'' fold the laud
Later, w hen tho crops failed and the
lessee did not pa), bo Licked tho tenant
out and resold tho lamb He took the
monej bicU In tho dalk toward the
rising sun. If a poor man bad no
money he could not ride, but there was
plenty of room; ho had to walk often
to die by the roidsldo of hardships or
start ntlon, If some Samaritan Indian
did not feed him. Tho "man In tho
ilnilt" neter came there when lie and
tils chief tundo lomplalnts. No ono
was responsible. They were told to
scud letters or speak by the lightning
to the "man lu the dark," but bo never
answered. When the government trea
tits were broken a similar discourteous
lucl: of consideration occurred, "My
chiefs and me, who slgnod, were al
wu)H here. Tho great father's head
men (flciierat Harney aud others) were
not 'J lie-y neicr returned. Now white
chiefs took their places, and cicrj four
Jears new great fatherH took power and
their men laughed ut wlmt their pnde
c i ssors hnd done."
Ulie breaking of treaties so frupieut
ly nnd tho Invasion of tho lilacs. HUH
and other sections hv the srold seekers.
prospectors and trappers became tho
causo of constant Irritation, leading to
nlmeiHt continual contests, rulds aud
massacres. This condition had nail)
brought on tho wnr of 1873 (1, resulting
lu tho Custer fight as well as Its man)
Tho forfeiture of the lllnck Hills nud
Injudicious reductions of rations kept
discontent alive. When lu 1881) con
gress pissed n law dividing tbo Sioux
reservation Into mauy smaller ones so
as to Isolate the different tribes or
clans of tho Dakota nation a treaty
was submitted to their loto whereby
by reinstating tho cutoff rations nnd
piylng for ponies captured or destroy
ed In the '7l war aud other icrtaln
conditions they ceded ubuut ouchnlf
their lnnd-11.00O,0U0 acres, rultlll
ment of conditions was delayed, post
ponedforgotten, almost by congress.
At this time, through so mo mysteri
ous inountnln phantom or trickster,
the "tncdlclno men" betnmo easy ilc
Urns of n craze. This was based on
tho assertion that the Messiah (tho
Manltnu) was coming back on earth to
use bis miraculous power In fat or of
tho red man to enroll out tho whites,
to restore everything to tho Idealistic
(ondltlon of former years, ri stock the
ranges wllh big game, buffaloes, elk,
liter, etc. This created n universal
fanatical fervor, nnd not nlnno nmnng
thu Sioux, but affected all Indians
on this continent. I'ormcr fots be
came fast friends, nnd from tho Yn
O.11U In old Mexico to tho Altskan
tribes In tho fur north tho religious
ghost dnnco festivities fanned tho
flames of war. Tho "mrdlclno men's"
pro-ichtng that tho holy medicinal
ghost shirts would protect tho wearer.
turn tbo wlilto mnn's bullets, was ac
cepted and made recruits by thou
sands to the tnuse. The dancing
frightened tho settlers, shocked the re
ligious, philanthropic friends At tho
Indians and was odlclally ordered
stoppetl. "Easy orders, ch?" Instead,
If they hnd been allowed to dance,
even If Borne did so to tho death,"' ox
linUstlon, like a boiler's safety vnlve,
and nn afterthought might soon Imvo
tnndo It nppoilr to them In the ridic
ulous light tbat so effectively kills ab
surdities. I was nt tbo tlmo In Alsnco-Lorrntno
with my exhibition and had with mo
sevcnty-flvo traveled Indians We hud
nil tho facts, and myself and partner
decided to close, camp tbo rest of thn
outfit In an old castlo near Strnssburg
(nenfeld) with n large domain, and I
myself loft by fast steamtr vli Kng
lam! for Now York, while Major llnrke,
with tho Indians as pacltlcrs, canio
vh Antwerp nnd Philadelphia nnd
hastened to tho scene of strife
Tho Indians brought homo mado a
stronp peace contingent tit Pins Rldgo,
whilo I hastened, with flencral Miles'
approbation, to visit Sitting Hull In
person, ft ellng suro that my,old enemy
nnd later friend would listen to my ad
tlco Tho fact that I was willing to
take tbo risk mvself nlanned some well
meaning philanthropists, who divined
a sinister motive In my notion, nnd
those who wero ctjInB strongest for
Sitting null's suppression now claimed
that his person wns endangered by tho
bloodthirsty voyager-I, tho one who
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bad everything to love and notliluc lr
tkulnr to Balu. IJnlnjj to u hostile
inmp of liHll.ih, rlsUluB all on th
i anl of friendship and man to man re
ipei t (willing to test thf unost clan, e
shirt In fulr ludltldiml, simile handed
vu), perhapit, If pushed), but alone
nud abotu nil dislrous to sate my red
brotliiy friita a suUldnl crn7c they
Impressed rreKldciit Harrison tint It
Mould tltate it liar, tndltiB lu lb"
dnith of KltlluB Hull So the com
inandir lu chlif, the pretildont, uas
totistraliied to net tarterwaru, in in
uiannpous in i"iiires ii-Brn mi .1 m
mo iPcriMiunll i, and my mission was
couutcrmiuded nt the threshold ulmoit
of the hostile camp Sitting Hull's
ilintli and the flhost Dtnco war fol
'1 hen came tho army and the Indian
agent I.eft to himself. In conjunction
wllh his coadjutor, the army olllcer,
that most cltlclent nud famous nmoug
the licst Indian agents, Major James
McLaughlin (now Inspector), would
hate proliablv brought about n, ience
fill solution Hut eastern tueitdlesome
energt demanded notion, action against
this horrid religious Innovation, nnd
the) forcrsl the market by their Innucn
does and long ellstnnco fears
All lull rested In my lest belief were
pushtd, nnd Colonel Drum, cummin
eluut at l'ort Vales, ami Major Mc
Laughlin wire ordered to co-oit-rnto to
secure the person of Silting Hull
Henry Hull lieutenant of indlm po
lite, bid Inllmatid that the old chief
was "preparing bis horses for u long
ride" Courlirs were sent lo tell hlui
to ijulctl) nrrcst Sitting Hull, nnd Ma
Jor LMmond U ratchet of tho ICIghth
cavalry nnd n Hotehklss gun were sent
to support him.
After n hard ride. Just nt dawn they
saw ii man coining at full speed on Sit'
ting Hull's favorite white horse (i
Kentnck) charger I hnd presented him
three jrtnt before), whom they found
lull irinl fired and Mllcd M(fl Hull.
to bo nn Indian policeman with tho re
port of a tlght-"All police killed!'
Hiding like mad, they united to find
some Indian police b t III fighting from
bitting Hull's cabin, being surrounded
ou nil sides
Volley nfter volley was poured lu un
expected!) ou the besiegers, und u few
khells from thu Hotehklss gun scatter
ed them, and the beleaguered were re
llcvcd. They bad reached Sitting
Hull's cabin at 6 a ui , surrounded it,
and, capturing the old thief In bed, ar
rested him W Idle dressing, his sou,
Crowfoot, alarmed the cninp. Hull
harangued bis friends, frenzied by the
thought, 'no doubt, that bis own tribe's
men wcio his captors, not feeling tbat
respect for them ho wuuld have, had
for tbo mllltar)
Catch-the-llear and Strike tlic-I.cttlc
dashed lu and tired, hitting Hull Head
lu tho side, who Uriel and killed Sit
ting Hull. Thu latter tiring as he fell,
havo Head was shot In the abdomen,
und ull thrto fell together. The light
betnmo gcncrnl until the nrrlvul of
Major I'ulchct und several iiollce, und
many ghost dancers wero killed, they
not having time to utlllo their shirts.
Thus was ended the life of the chief
whosu fuults nud virtues will long bo
a subject of discussion, hut who will
'alvvajs stand ns u great ted chief ot
tho Uticapiipa Mom bitting Hull,
I returned to .Nebraska nnd was or
dcred by Governor 'ltiu)er, In lug a
brlgidlcr gemrnl ou Ids staff, to Join
tbo Nebraska national guard w Ith Hen
cral Colby and entered tbo field ut
Pino Itldge, placing tho mllltlil In post
Hon to assist in surrounding tho bos
tiles. Then I Joined Heucrttl Miles as
advisory scout, Prank (iruard lie lug at
headquarters, BLd used my personal
Intlucnco to tuiclfy tho Indians.
Through Major Heueral Miles' storn
measures and nt the tame tlmo his
diplomatic methods tho grcatost plan,
nod of Indian uprisings was quickly
suppressed through tho bloody battles
of Wounded Knee nnd tbo Mission, so
as to maku It tho ter)- last possible
struggle of tbo red man, tbo finale of
nil Indian wars.
I bad tho satisfaction nt least of at
tending the filial ceremonies nnd, with
a scoro of my old commanders and
many comrades of tho sixties, seven
ties and eighties, was on hnnd to wel
come tho era of good will to each oth
er, clasp hands In friendship nnd Btuoke
tho plno of pence In brotherhood for
ever between the vvhlto man and tho
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cry? City folk in want of rest and
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Hie wen-known die I.
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at the automobiles, buggies and car
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THEN SEE US.
Ut. W. Wright Co..'
King Street near South
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.,
Mr. and Mr.
ING, and other
444 KINO ST.,
WING CHONG CO
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Etc All kinds of K0A and
MISSION FURNITURE Mude Tc
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 NTJtJANU ST.
and cloth of A-l quality can be pur
P. 0. Bos 961. Telephone 931,
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