The Edmond Sun--Democrat. (Edmond, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 2, Ed. 1 Friday, July 20, 1894 Page: 1 of 4
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Fd)MOND, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, FRIDAY, .11 I-Y -20, I Sill.
« Hrncgie «Jf1i<lal« May Trslfy,
Washington, .Inly 17. -The investi-
gation of the Carnegie armor plate
frauds, which was to have been re-
sumed to-morrow by the house com-
mittee on naval affairs, will be post-
poned until the committee has set-
tled it differences with the senate
over the naval appropriation bill.
When the inquiry is taken up again
the first wisness will be Mr. Hun-
sicker of the Homestead works. An
invitation will be extended also to 11.
Kd m at ion ill A <loi-latloii (IdlcfM.
Abbury Park, N. J., July 14.—The
National Educational association com-
mittee on nominations named Pro-
fessor Nichols Murray Butler, pro-
fessor of p' vsophy of Columbia
lege, as president; Dr. Irwin Shep-
hard of Minnesota, as secretary by
WH AT IT HAS C'OMT.
Entlmnlrii Made by tioveriiinent Ofth-laW
1'laee It Ht • I.OOO.OOO.
Washington. July H.—The cost to
the United States of putting down
the strike in the West is estimated by
government officials at fully S 1,000,-
000. It may foot up more. ' These es-
timates include telegraph bills, depu-
ty marshal's pay and transportation
and maintenance of troops. Tin es-
timates for marshal's pay in Chicago
alone is from 9150,00 i to V.'OO.OOO, and
congress in a few days will bo asked
to appropriate this amount
UNDER MARTIAL LAW.
SACRAMENTO. CAL.. UNDER
JULY CROP REPORT.
AFTER THE MAGNATES ALSO. PKR^DEJUiAST HANGED.
a I iitmI Quarrel.
Hknnksmv, Ok., July 14.—About ?,
o'clock yesterday afternoon two
farmers named William Holt and
ol- j William Fowler, got in an altercation
over some lent, and Holt shot Fowler.
klll'Pg him instantly.
elamation, and the retiring president.
Albert (i. Lane, superintendent of
schools at Chicago, as ilrstvice presi-
dent. The nominations were con-
firmed yesterday afternoon by the as-
l*n 11 iiim ii Hefune* to Talk.
New York, .July 14.—George M.
Pullman was at his office in the Mills
building to*day accompanied by ex- |
A FEDERAL TRAIN BOYCOTTED.
Engineer* of Arlcuna Kefu*e lo Haul tlie
U k.n son, Ariz.. July 1- When the
Twenty-fourth United States infantry,
under orders from Waslilnton to
proceed from Fort Haucliuca to Santa
Fe to aid in suppressing
strike, boarded the train
(the tiuavumas branch of
Secretary of War l.incoln. Mr. Pull- I tlie Atchison, Topelia and Santa V
man positively refused to discuss the raiiroa<l at Huaehuca statiou, the
strike situation. Word was sent to ' engineer and fireman eut off their
engine and came to lienson, leaving
the train standing at Huachuca.
Master Mechanic Forsythe took
him asking if he would consent
arbitration such as President Clc
land proposes, lie declinod to
swer. He left the city at 3. p. in.
Elberson, N. J.
*or j charge of the locomotive, returned to
, Huachuca and brought in the train,
four hours late. The train was tied
Collide. up here as engineers refused to haul
4.—A yard it with guards on the locomotive.
> of the Kansas City, Fort Scott Captain Thompson in command, has
and Memphis railway ran into n c-ahle orders from (ieneral Mcl'ook at Den-
train on the Metropolitan street rail-
way company's line at the corner of
Santa Fe street and Union avenue
this morning, injuring three women
and demolishing the second car of the
cable train. The injuries are not
ver, Col., not to move without guard.
| Vnrtliern I'ai-illo Engineer* Return.
j St. Paitt., Minn.. July It;.—The only
natter of importance in the local
strike situation to-day was the return
to work of the Northern Pacific en-
gineers. Thev crowded a*out the
©en&ral JS&n^ing Business.
F. II IWnw.
Dr. F. M. Moor
\Y. H. I.«
I imr Itegular Sol«ll«r« hlllt-ri In a Wreck
by Striker* Not * Train In or Out of
the t'lty for Seventeen Day* -General
Kan Fram isco, July 14.—Seventeen
flays have intervened since the gen-
eral strike was inaugurated on t| e
Southern Pacific system. During the
entire period railway traffic has been
at an absolute standstill in Northern
California. At least seven, and prob-
ably nine, human lives have already
been sacrificed in the desperate strug-
gle that is on between the railway
company and the Federal government
on one side and tlie A. II. P. on the
other. The commercial loss has been
enormous. Not only is general traflic
almost at a standstill, but a season's
fruit crop, to the value of hundreds
of thousands of dollars, is perishing
in the orchards.
There is every indication more men
are to be slaughtered in this indus-
trial war; that the fruit growers are
to see more of their crop spoil on
their hands, and that the embargo on
commerce is to be indefinitely con-
When the Fnited States arinv and
navy were thrown into the tight it
was said the trouble would speedily
end. It is now three days since the
Federal troops went into the field in
Northern California, but the end is
; not yet in sight. In fact the United
States authorities are resisted us was
the state militia forces, and the
troublous times seem to have but
In Sacramento the defiance became
so bold yesterday the capital city is
now under actual martial law. I'nited
States Marshal Haldwin rode through
the streets at the head of a detach-
ment of thirty cavalrymen yesterday,
and proclaimed martial law. He or-
dered the people I" their homes and
i bade them remain there until the
i trouble is over.
The adoption of this extreme meas-
ure was provoked by an outbreak that
occurred in Sacramento yesterday
Only meager detailsof the situation
are to be had here, for what is a press
censorship in effect has been estab-
lished by Colonel tiraham. The cor-
respondent is suffered to pass the
military pickets, but it is conditioned
that he shall send out no information
relative to the movement of trains
Neither is he permitted to give names
of trainmen. It is the desire of
Colonel Graham and tho railroad offi-
cials to withhold this information
from the strikers.
At Oakland the yards on "ic mole
arc now under the protection of a
force of l.ooo United States marines,
state militiamen and deputies. The
force has been sufficient to overawe
the strikers, and yesterday there was
no further violence.
Federal Grand .liiry Instructed to Inves-
tigate the (ieneral Mauser*.
Washington. July 11.—The July re- CmcAoo, July 11. -Judge (irosscup
port of the statistician of the depart- called the federal grand jury before
raent of agriculture makes the area of him yesterday and after hearing
corn 100 per cent, as compared
the area last year. The condition
of corn is 9."> per cent against 93.« per
cent last year. The area in round num-
bers is 70,000,000 acres as against
72,000,000 last year. The aver*
ages of the principal states
are: Ohio 101, Michigan 102, Indi-
ana 103, Illinois 104, Wisconsin 102.
Minnesota 110. Iowa 108, Missouri
100, Kansas 110, Nebraska 118,
Tennessee 104, Texas 10." . Ken-
tucky 102. The averages of condition
statement from the foreman that
the jurorst desired to adjourn
this evening until Tuesday, in
order to return to their homes
for Sunday, and giving his con-
sent thereto, said: "I have some-
thing more 1 desire to say. It is my
duty to give you further instructions.
No man is above the law. The line
of criminality is not drawn between
classes, but between those who vio-
late the law and those who do not.
The fact that a man occupies a high
in the principal states are: Ohio (.J, 1 he fact that a man occupies a hlgll sll„hte t sk-u of
Indiana 00, Illinois 09, Iowa Mil, Mis- position docs not exempt him from . ( v|uiou,..,ss
: .«> i.- <. ■ v.. —-l... an indictment or trial. I he fact ouiurtua 01 n ioumh
tbut a man
iiim from making
grievances. Your dooi
open to all who may e<
dettce that is tangible
upon mere hearsay.
101, Kansas 9'< Nebraska 90,
Texas 94, Kentucky 90, Tennessee 89,
The condition of winter wheat
is 85.9 against 83.'.' in June and
77.7 a year ago. The percentages
of the principal states are as fid-
lows, New York 97, Pennsylvania 9«,
Kentucky 88, Ohio 90, Michigan 92,
Indiana Illinois « 4 Missouri 91,
Kansas 5ft. California, ft I Oregon 97,
The condition of spring wheat is i conspiracy among
68.4 per cent against 8 a month
and 74.1 a year ago.
The condition of both winter and
spring wheat is 79.3: oats, 77.7, a fall
of 20 per cent since June I; rye, 87;
barley, 76.8; potatoes, 92.3: tobacco, 81.
i a lower made
ought to bo
le with evi-
nd not based
CARTER HARRISON'S MURDER
AVENGED BY THE LAW.
lie lVn* t it I in and Quiet at the l.n*t anil
There Wai Not the Slightest Sign of the
Much-Feared Outbreak by the Official*
— Made Mo Speech from the tiatlow*.
Chicago, July 14.—Patrick Eugene
Prendergast, the assassin of Mayor
Carter II. Harrison of this city, was
hanged in the county jail here at
11:4s o'clock yesterday. Contrary
to all expectations he was calm and
collected at the last mid there was
motion at the last and did
not even attempt to deliver the
speech which ho had carefully pre-
A. R. U. LEADERS ARRESTED.
A RIVAL FOR PULLMAN.
tit I.oul* Capital!*!* Preparing lo Start
a New Sleeping Car Company.
St. Louis, Mo., July lAt a meet-
ing held in I2ast St Louis, 111., by a
number of men from both sides
of the river, the matter of or-
ganizing a new sleeping car company
to be known as the Continental Pal-
ace car company, was discussed at
considerable length. Henry W. Pel-
ham Clinton of London assured those
present that there was 110 doubt that
bonds of such a company could be
THE TWO TERRITORIES.
CONGRESSIONAL AND LOCAL
Sevwn in General of Oklahoma and
the Indian Territory Pertaining to
the I'alc Faeennd the Ked Man.
ed valuation of L
sounty is $800 000.
flic assessed valuation of Oklahoma
arkct if Jaunty 1b $3,304,061.
handled on the London
property promoted. Tho Hutton b| k in oklahoma City
A committee was appointed to apply has bee|, hol(, f R|.
to the secretary of state of Illinois for '
a charter, the new company to be 3 Oklahoma has now seventy-two ps-
•apltalized at million dollars to bo tienta in its vario.is insane asylums.
The total assessed valuation of prop-
Kingtlshcr county for 1894 is
divided Into shares of 8100 each.
BIG LABOR DEMONSTRATION.
Out of ft3 <
p ist three 11
l>eli* and III* A**o<-littr* Indicted for
Criminal Conaplraey Released on Hall.
Chicaoo, July 12.--The federal
grand jury yesterday afternoon
A PROPOSED WESTERN LINE.
J tiIIN PFAFF President.
I I.I.I) IN A IVRECK.
I our Soldier* and
Sacramento, Cal., July 12.- The
first train containing Pullmans in two
weeks left the depot yesterday for
! San Francisco under a heavy guard of
United States troop.?, but bad gone
scarcely three miles when a loosened
' rail and some timbers sent the engine
and tender and two mail cars crashing
over tho side of a trestle into a slough.
On the engine were Engineer Clarke
and seven federal soldiers. Of these
the following were killed outright or
died later: Samuel II. L. Clarke, en-
DRAFTS ISSUED ON ALL PRINCIPAL CITIES IN EUROPE
■4 ftttffft 11 ffilWtt
BP\NK ©F E©M©NB,
EDMOND, O. T.
Does j\ Cjer\eral Bar\kir\g Business
BUYS AND SELLS EXCHANGE.
Men Still left Who Want
Itail way 4.
Washington, July 12.—The day the
president's signature is aflixed to the
i'tall admission bill will see the
launching of the greatest railroad
enterprise of tho year. A transcon-
tinental scheme has been matured
and is only held back until :
Utah can be dealt with as a
state. With th> quietness charac-
teristic of the Mormou leaders, the
surveys have been made, the es-
timates compiled, the resources of the
country carefully investigated. The
woik is in such nil advanced stage
that the blue prints of the engineers'
maps are now here and ready to use
for construction purposes.
The road surveyed and to be built
extends from Salt lake southerly and
westerly to a Pacific connection in
the Los Angeles country. If the con-
nection cannot be made with the San-
ta Fe in Southern California then this
| Utah road will be built through to the
Rut it is probable that a tratlic nr-
rangement will be made with the
Santa Fo from The Needles through
to the coast.
AGAINST THE TOWN SITES.
Oklahoma'* Supreme Court Refuses lo
Ac! on I lie Itock Islam! ('uses.
□Guthhik, Ok., July 13.—In the case
| of Pond Creek against the Rock Island
railway company to compel the com-
i pany to build a depot and stop trains
; at that town the supreme court de-
cided to-day that ..4 could not act on
tho ca.-^c originallv* as there was a
question of fact to be. decided by a
jury and there being no provision for
the supreme court to summon a jury
the case would have lo originate in
the district court and come up to
thein. This is virtually a victory for
the railway company, as it gives
them a year or more of time Serious
trouble is looked for at Pond Creek
ALL TURKEY SHAKEN UP.
the public prints that some of our
fellow citizens believe that the in-
terference with the mails and inter-
state commerce was the result of a o f _ ^
. higher in tho turned indictments against Eugene
ago I railroads than employ,'*. H two | v 1)ebs president of the Amor
or more men wrongfully agreed, „ „ uni,m. , w. How;
■ either for the purpose of creating J j h
public sympathy, or for any other
purpose, to have the mails or inter-
state commerce stopped, they uro
guilty of conspiracy. If two or inoro tho men
men agreed wrongfully among tlieui- charged \
selves for the purpose of creating unlawful
public sympathy, to dischargo men,
intending that their discharge would
stop the passage of mails or interstate
commerce, they arc guilty of conspir-
acy. If two or more men wrongfully
agreed not to employ in
the places of men wht
but allowed the tr;i
Henry t.i-nrge and Oilier* Score Cleve-
land anil the teilenil Court*.
Nkw Yohk, July 11. -Tho labot
demonstration held last night iu
Cooper Union to express sympathy
with the strikers in Chicago and the
West, was an extraordinary outpour-
ing of people. The hull was crowded allotments.
ases docketed in the pro-
>f oklahoma during the
onths 20 were divorce ac-
The Cheyenne and Arapahoe Indi-
is have decided to use part of tfapir
SI ,000,1 inn reserve fund to improve their
llailway union; Ucorge
its vice president; Sylvester Keleher,
secretary, and L. W. Rogers, one of
its directors, und shortly thereafter
tho men were arrested. They are
ith conspiracy to commit an
uct, that is, to block the
progress of the United States mails.
Joined in the indictment with tho four
leaders of the railway union was
James M. Murwiu, tho Hock Island
take striker who threw the switch which
had quit derailed a mail train at lilue Island
' f June 30.
excess, and 3,ooo people surrounded
tin- building, unable to get in.
The meeting was a vehement one in
the manner it expressed its convic-
tions. The name of President Cleve-
land was received with such a storm
of hisses ami hootings that Henry
George, who was spaakiug, had tu
cry, "What's the use?"
KKCK I.KKN SIIOO'I I no.
. They ti o'c
still, in orde
pa thy. they would be guilty of
spirucy, unless the circumstances Attoriu
were such that the employment of their ai
new men would leud to danger to tention
those men or to the public interests, .ludtre
Every man is entitled to bring his &lb|iH>0
complaint if he brings it with tang-
ible evidence. It is the duty as well
as tho pleasure of the district at-
torney to submit sueli evidence to you
if it is presented und it is your duty
to hear it."
It is probable that the grand jury
will send for tho telegrams sent und
received by the managers during the
strike, as was done with the telegrams
of Debs and the other leaders of tho
on bail by
imo!! Its Hill 1 11.
a i nlteil SiMle* llepnty Murihut iiml
Hoy I a rally Injured.
Chicaoo, July It. -Unitari St.it>
Deputy Marshal Peter Fiselio and t
11-year-old boy, Andrew Gregory, run over a 1
were fatally wounded last, night in a ed, by a IN
fusilade between deputies in Reusing- El Keno M
ton. Some unknown person had the tracks
placed 011 the Illinois Central tracks dent happi
several torpedoes which were ex-
ploded by au outgoing train. When
the explosion occurred, two parties of
deputy marshals rushed out from the
cars in which they were sleeping, on
opposite sides of the track und began
Monday was the hottest day known in
day ever known in Oklahoma. The
thermometer indicating 108 degrees in
cpt down Black
1 completely tie-
's and barns of
id Mi*. Kirtly.
1, living four miles oast
us. held up and robbed
rv Friday night by two
at llie point of a revolv*
1 < S1 or. from him.
C. E. I-'allo
nth of Pet
1 the latter 1
k Island fre
1 the yards w
ight train at
lieu the acci-
the Deal I
cido at El P.
IT HAS COST.
flu tile Itetwoeii Miner* and Troop* a!
Spring Valley, III.
Spiuno Vai.i.f.v, 111., July 1.'. -Com- j
pany C of the Fifth regulars, com- '
inaudcd by Captain Conrad, came into ,
collision with tho mob at this place
volley after volley of stones, tired into
the mob, killing two uien and wound-
I'.hI i mate* .Made l y liotnrninent Official*
I'luco It at «I.OOO,OOO.
Washington, July 14.—The cost to
the United States of putting down
the strike in the West is estimated by
government officials at fully 51,000,-
000. It may foot up more. These es-
timates include telegraph bills, depu-
ty marshal's pay and transportation
and maintenance of troops. Tha es-
timates for marshal's pay in Chicago
alone is from 8150,003 to 8200.000, and
congress in a few days will be asked
to appropriate this amount
iionat Association Officer*.
AsnriiY Park, N. J., July 1 4.—The
National Educational association com- t i;iI
inittee on nominations named Pro- iste
fessor Nichols Murray Hutler, pro-
fessor of philosophy of Columbia col-
lege, as president; Dr. Irwin Sliep-
hard of Minnesota, as secretary by ac-
clamation, and the retiring president,^
Albert 0. Lane,
schools at Chicago,
dent. The nominations
firmed 3'esterday afternoon by the as-
('oiilideneo in I be t <11111
> olwil haliindlnit Strike*.
Nkw Yohk, July 14.—k. g. Dun
Co.'s Weekly Review of Trade says:
When circumstances are duly
weighed the strength and soundness
of business in this country during the
past two weeks arc ama/.ing. With
tho second city in the country
in the hands of lawless and
murderous mobs, besides many
ot' towns, with
A BANKER FOUND GUILTY.
C. W. Meyer* of the Oeriuiet <ir«eu buri;.
Han., Concern Convicted.
Toi-kka. Kail.. July 1.3. — Attorney
General Little returned from Greens-
burg last night bringing the iufoiilla-
tion that after a hard fought trial C.
W, Meyers, president of the insolvent
bank of Greensburg, has been con-
victed of receiving deposits after he
knew that the institution was in a
failing condition. Tli
punishment for the offense is
years in the penitentiary. The
will be appealed to the supreme c
dine, one of the jurors in
rder trial, committed kiiI-
Tuesday by tnking
was one of the jurors
itcd to acquit Ileal 1, and had
penly charged with being brib-
lie ull'air has created a great
1 all sorts of rumors are
A little boy living ten miles south of
Alva was bitten n few days ago by a
rattlesnake and died in two days af-
terwards. If people living in a coun-
try infested with this deadly reptile
would keep a small bottle of alcohol
in the house fatal results from the ef-
fects of snake bite* might be prevent-
The Duke and Dutcness of Saxo-Co-
burg Got ha gave a garden party Wed-
nesduy at Clarence house. The Prince
and Princess of Wales and other mem-
bers of the royal family
MAYOR FOR CONGHESS. the stu If of
Mm. War re
Argentine. I ho PopulUt
s declaring the ex-
passionate answer ordering half a
million iiimii to stop work, with a pro-
longed strike of coal miners not fully
ended in many states, and with
differences between the house and
• , . M senate on the tariff question so
"."TI,? vi"?"'.'.Lf wirt' thut duties affcctinff an,I
as nrsi 1 manufactures cannot be anticipated,
Mr. Willard or
Willard of Wj
nlUts of tin-
be fore tli
art! and Mrs. Ituyard,
d and her daughter
Wyandotte county, wai
re yesterday by the Pop-
• Second congressiona
were twelv" - eniiM'ul'ISlSi
invention, and tho noin
The territorial Epworth League con-
vention, in session in Guthrie since
lust Friday closed Monday with the
'lection of officers as follows: I'resi-
lent. M. stofklu|id. ..'.Fxu m ; vice
s-.-retarv Mi ' lark. < Ht lahoma City.
I I ,. ,M,-11.Ian- ' was large, and reports
.!, v.,1 the I. ague to be spreading and
,-,l of ,
industries and trade hi
less, gone on with sublime confidence
thut the people ami their government
would soon restore order.
The shrinkage of business ami tle-
of values have been tincx
G. ('. Forster, C. F Kdgerton, F. 1). Kibby, J. I>. Turner, John Ffaff.
Privates Daumber, Wilson and Ellis
were badly injured and Ellis will
The engine lies on its back in a
slough by the side of a broken bridge.
1'nder the wreck in the ooze and
slough of stagnant water lie the bod-
ies of the engineer who held the
throttle and three of the dead sol-
diers. Private Dugan of ltattery L,
Fifth United States artilery, who was
on the tender of the engine, was
thrown to the shore of the slough.
One of his arms was torn from the
socket and broken in three places and
his jaw broken. He died an hour
H -A full stork of Mens', lloy,\ Ladies, Mi-ma and Children Shoes outrllg<! |ltts aroused the fede,
nl soldiers to the bitterest wrath and
Tha tjueen Keview* Her Troops.
Ai.pebhiiot Camp, England, .Inly 12.
The queen to-da.v reviewed 18,000 ^a'n.'ii.e failures relatively
oops here under the command of the jew an(j unimpol.tllDt, «nd there are
onnaught. Many royal per-
i s«>nages witnessed the 1
n signs in some industries of t
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Many l ive* I out anil (irent liamac*
Hone by Karlhi|tiake Slioi-kn.
Constantinopi.k, .1 nly 12.—Four
fresh shocks of earth(|uaUo were felt
here to-day. At the grand bazar the
jewelers' quarter fell to-day .occasion-
ing the greatest confusion. The mer-
chants lied in terror, leaving their
valuables behind them. Many shop- ! ~bcing Yhe c/.arewitch und hi p7evio'us°troubles
keepers ami passers-by were buried tiftncee i«ri„cefcs Alix of Hesse.
beneath the ruins. It is impossible CONCLUSION
its yet to give the numb-r of people. Klllott Defeat# Carver.
killed and injured but it is known Kansas City, Mo., .Inly 1 I. -The Tariff Conferral® duciim
that in this city five were killed and ^ t|)p |(r' j-
i that in the suburbs over l.' 0 pcopb*
1 were buried beneath the debris.
WAGON AND MONEY STOLLN.
Montana Kobber* t uptura an Kxpraiia
Convey an ea an«l Mueii I'nali.
Hici.f.na, Mont, duly I '• The
Northern express company wilt
bed of SII,(MN> at Wiekes, twenty
east of this city, this morning,
money belonged to llnch, Carey antl
company, wholesale grocers. 1 he
robbers overpowered the expresr
driver and took the wagon ami money.
s ago it was said by the In-
i .1. pot .it ••• - wouldn't grow
,i; but that th • sweet pota-
kiml to raise The Irish
been the is being raised
Fa eli year has shown that
among uai progress toward recovery from
constantly 011 hand at prices that call not be equaled.
Repairing a Specialty,
1'tiih Will Soon be
Washington, duly 13.
Edmond, O. T.
HitTO Bold to
for • I year#,
ELKHART CARRIAGE and HARNESS MFG. CO.
m VPhlclet and ll riie this
wltii prUilefe to eiatnltw be for# any money
. w.. pHy freight both wi y if not eutlnisc-
, Warrant for 3 yeur . Why pay
I40.tT. Burrey Harne .
• kcII for lino to (
to SI00. Farm Wasons, Wagonetlea
HIDIMl SADDLES nnd FLY NETS. Klkhari Blo/cte, aiD.wheel*.
" n p rr.nl. nit f«r .-a>U with or.br. S. i..l -tr. In pneumatic tlrei,
^ aUiup* tu pay po*tu«« on I l«.pa«o <uUlo«uc. M«-«l tubing, drop forglngi.
Wo. 3, Farm Wagon. Aiirt.. W.B.PRATT. Sec'y, ELKHART, INP.
TAYLOR & DAWSON,
HOTEL DE HOSS.
in case of a collision no mercy will be
ehown to the strikers.
Spurred on bv the heavy" rewards
offered for the apprehension of the
men responsible for the disaster at
the trestle the peace officers at Sacra-
mento are unusually active. The rail-
road company has offered a reward of
8*.,(MX). Attorney (ieneral Olney lias
offered $2,000 and Governor Markham
has offered a reward of $.*>00.
NO AUTHORITY TO ARBITRATE.
t oinminilon to lt« Appointed by the
1'resldent Can Only Investigate.
Washington, July 14.—Some mis-
nnderstanding has arisen concerning
the commission which the president
will appoint upjtler the authority
given him by the arbitration act of ! rett., in the s
1888. The commission, ns was stated ing, granted
at the White house last night, will
have no authority to arbitrate be-
tween the parties to the recent dis-
turbance at Chicago and elsewhere.
It can merely investigate the labor
I roubles and report, recommending
legislation, etc. The commission is
purely advisory and has no executive
jr mandatory power whatever,
TWO WOMEN KILLED.
Met Death in Their Own Home# by
Willi Shooting of Militia.
Danville, 111., July 11.—Mrs.
Michael (ilennan and Miss Clara
.lames were killed nnd an unknown
man mortally wounded at Westville
yesterday afternoon by a volley lired
over the heads of a crowd of riotiug his approval,
miners by a company of militia.
a Leading 'ndlanlan'a Throat I nt.
Indianapolis, Intl., July 12. At
Itrighton beach, a resort three miles
orth of here, this morning. Winifred
o'clock yesterday afternoon
farmers named William Holt and
William Fowler, got in an altercation
K. Smith cut the throat of Weston K. I "oH shot Fowler'
Thomas, secretary and treasurer of ' hi in in tai y.
the Anderson Wire Nail company.
Elliott matches was shot yesterday Washington, July 11 -The Derno-
aftcrnoon at Exposition Base Hall cratic eonferrees put in a long day s
park. Elliott defeated Carver by a work yesterday and they did not ad-
score of % to 95. journ until after 6 ocloek. The
greater part of the day was put in
discussing tho sugar schedule, and
houso no agreement was reached. '1 lie
ua cuuiiu.. d in the senate amend- house managers of tho conference
ments to the house bill for the admis- have made a determine.! fight against
sion of I'tali. The passed the the one-eighth of a cent aiff.rentlal
bill ami sent It to the pres.dent to,
ly for the schedule substantially as it
Farmer* in a Fatal yuarrel. was agreed to by the senate.
Henxbssy, Ok., July 14- -About 3
two DEPUTY MARSHALS KILLED.
.fudge Miller of Wyandotte Defeat*
I una!on for the Nomination.
Lawrence, Kan., July 13. <>n the
1050th ballot, Judge Miller of Wyan-
dotte received 80 votes for congress-
man in tho Second District Republi-
can convention, defeating < ongress-
man Funston who received 39.
Killed by a Militiaman.
Chicago, July 13. Private W. J.
j Downing of Company K, Second regi-
j ment, Illinois national guard, while
j walking tlown Halstead street last
i evening was jeered and hooted by a
crowd of men, women ami children.
Irritated at their persistence Down-
: ing drew his bayonet and turned on
the crowd. Pat O'Connor, a laborer,
clinched with downing, ami while the
two were struggling in tho gutt
Downing drew Ills pistol i
O'Connor through the head.
ay to the hospital
during a drinking dispute. Smith t
enped in a boat, but was captured
about <> o'clock at Hroad Hippie.
Smith Is highly connected, but led a
fast life for the past few years.
Fra^tii* W ilium Legally I itvored.
New York. July 13.—Justice Har-
ie court this morn*
rtificate of reason-
able doubt iu the ease of Erastus
Wiman. This acts as u stay of sen-
tence ami prevents the commitment
of Mr. Wiman to the penitentiary.
Short In IIIn Aerount*.
Greenville, Miss., July 11.—Gen-
eral S W. Ferguson, secretary and
treasurer of the Mississippi Ee
Justice Howell E. rJackso
Nashville, and will soon lea
trip to the Northwest in i
can only compel the attendance of board is short over & 1,000 in his uc-
Hoiw Boiigbt And Soli
West Sssonji Siifet,
Hxilroail'* in (iooil Hliape.
Chicago, July 13. The General
Managers' association bus decided to
discontinue its information bureau
to-morrow, declaring that the rail-
road strike troubles are now practical-
ly over. The general managers say
the railroads are now practically in
their usual occupation nnd have no
further need of assistance which the
bureau has been giviug them.
Fifteen business houses and two
residences were burned in New Hcrlin,
III. Loss about W0,000. The tire is
supposed to have been incendiary.
Killed by Lightning.
Silver ci ikk, Col., July 14 —During
n severe electric f lorin Under sheriff
White was almost instantly killed by
| lightning and his wife received a se-
vere shock. Lightning also struck
the residence of George Raymond,
stunning Mrs. Raymond and her two
Ilanger at th* While Home
Washington. July li —A splinter
f stone weighing four or tive pounds
' dropped from the roof of the porch In
front rf the White house yesterday.
The stone showed higns of ouintegi-a-
Another llattonile Kllleil.
Guthrie, ok.. July -The report
has reached hero from the Creek
county that Tulsa Jack, one of the
members of the Dalton gang, was
shot by deputy inurshals about three
weeks ago. but escaped, and was
eared for by his friends until be died
a few days ago and was buried near
the mouth of the Cimarron river.
Carver Defeats Elliott.
Kansas Cut, Mo., July 14.—The
second of the Dr. W. F. ' arver-.l. A.
R. Elliott matches resulted In a vic-
tory for the former by a score of 04
t reamery llurued.
Ottawa, Kan., July It- -Informa-
tion has been received here of tho
total destruction by lire of the plant
of the Richmond « reamery c unpany.
located at Richmond, ten miles outli
of here. Eo,s between 5-V000 and
$6,000; no insurance
Two brothers. Tom and Calvin
Cole., white men. aged -V aud \
were hanged at Eouisburg. N. ' the
cution being urivate In June,
.', th *se men killedCharle Tib leer
ewlfch peddler, carried h* b.dv
i a thicket and c overed it w
Two Meet Their Heat in in a Freight
Train CollUlon In Chicago.
Chicago, July 14. —Two deputy private WM rcseuo.l fr
United States marshals met their j funated crowd by the police,
deaths and two others were more or
less injured yesterday afternoon in a
Is in collision of freight trains on the Wis-
,vc for a consin tracks near Sixteenth and
ompany Jackson street crossing. Twolooomo-
medical adviser. Judge tives and several cars were wrecked
Jackson is not critically ill, but he is in the accident and the three story
in poor health. It is believed be will briek warehouse of Smith, Hurdette
be restored by his trip. & Co. was partly destroyed.
The Fall Mall Ca/.ette in an urticle
under the caption "Debsouionia'' says SIX MONTHS FOH PHELAN.
the men comprising tho A. It. I "Hist ^ (;|nn|anatl Slrlk„ ranl.1,.,1
bo cursin.' I lie hour when they en- f„r , f Court.
trusted their libcities into the banus _ . . . .
of Debs Cincinnati, July 11. -Judge Taft of the injuueti
the 1'nlted States district court to-day
found American Railway Union Strike-
Director Phelau guilty of contempt of
court and scntencetl him to six
month's imprisonment in tho Warren
county jail, at Lebanon, Ohio.
jnst the land for large, Hue,
mi.-illy potatoes to be grown in. This
■.eason large fields have been planted,
tud tine crops raised, I * 0 to '0< bush-
I-. to the acre, and the price now is
| Da I _•> cents per bushel.
Saturday morning, within a block of
the Wichita hotel at I'ond Civek, an
it tempt by smneunknow
inaile to blow up the
freight train. The explo
just as the cow.•atelier was over the
charge of dynamite. A portion of the
• .\m atelier was blown through a win-
dow of the Voice building, two blocks
away. The explosion was terrific,
blowing out several of the erossties
und breaking the fish bars on the rails.
There is no clue to the guilty party.
The citizens of Round Fond are anx-
ious to settle the trouble with the
Rock Island railway, and looking to-
ward that end. Judge Maekey, on:*,
of the leading citizens. Saturday made
a formal proposition to Judge John I.
Dille, attorney of the Rock Island for
Oklahoma. He offered to give the
Rock Island eighty acres of valuable
land adjoining the townsite of Round
Fond if the road would put in a depot
and sidetracks at that point. He also
offered to «lo all the grading antl clear-
nliot ing necessary. I ti lie has eoininiinica-
I i U'tl the offer to the company and the
< ivll rro<-eediiiK« AkhIikI llebs.
Chicago, July 14.—District Attorney
Milchriat is preparing to begin civil
proceedings aguinst Debs and the
other strike leaders;
them into court to
tempt in violating the injunction.
This will include >ebs, Howard,
Rogers, Keliher and other officers ami
directors of the union who have not
been indicted. The contempt charges
will be heard by Judge Woods and
Judge (irosscup, who jointly
In Denver, Col., thirty of the men
who disarmed the deputies and inter-
fered with the passage of the United
States mail at Trinidad were re-
manded to await the action of the
Federal grand jury.
Six for 1V U' ' 1
Rothesay, July 13.—
time Gould's yacht, tho
defeated to-day by ti
Senator Teller has introduced an
amended bill to provide additional
courts for the Indian Territory. It is
his old bill which was introduced soon
after the special eoinmitt.' from the
senate ma le a visit to this Country
some months ago, with some changes
as to the best places at which courts
shall be held, but the general scope as
to jurisdiction is uot changed. The
bill in trod lied last calls for a North
itml s.mth division of the Indian Ter-
ritory and the appointment of a judge
totaled care of 11••• bttaincMi of the
No th division within thirty days after
the passage of the act. In the South
division oiio court shall be htdd at
> hiekasaw, on the Rock Island road,
another at Ardmore
or tho sixth
o prince of
The Northern di-
At Poineroy, Ohio, strik
rooders atoned a freight trai
( oluinbus, Hocking Valley ami Toledo inir
railway and ran the crew off Tho m *
sheriff and deputies rescued the train
with difficulty. A non-union fireman
was hanged in effigy, cuusing con id-
The supreme temple of tlie Patriu*
tic Circle of America, at its closing
session at Milwaukee, Wis., decided
to meet at tbnaha next year.
Clifton R. Reach has be
natcd by the Twentieth Obi
I'cpublican convention to
< ongrcssman W. J. White.
The Minnesota state Populist con-
i vention nominated S. M Owen, of
M inncapolls,for governor, by acclama-
tion. A long platform was adopted
reaffirming the Omaha platform, de-
manding the enforcement of the anti-
trust lavNs and the enactment of *
new anti monopoly law and opt" .-1 n,^, contempt foi his otdi'i
the centrali/tation tendencies of the
age in government.
Kden, a mall town m villains
county, Ohio, v. a visited by a m-j^t
lisastrou conflagration resulting in
the loss nf Si7"..ooo worth of property,
seventy-two buildings were destroy^
Ohio, July I.'I. At it
local lodges of
Knights of Labor held in this city
resolutions were unanimously adopted
and telegraphed to Washington, tie
manding tho impeachment of Presi-
dent Cleveland for sending Federal
trrops to Chicago.
Missouri Paellte shop# Reopened
Nevada, Mo., July FJ.—An oi
was issued to-day for tho shops of the
II nomi- Missouri Pacific at this point to re-
District stimc work. They have been idle for
succeed a week, which wan caused by the
WAtfUSfllOVt July 19. After nn
hour's debate, in which the firmness,
courage and patriotism of the presi-
dent iu the Chicago strike affair was
commended by ull, Mr. Daniels' reso-
lution briefly endorsing the presi-
dent's action and pledging him tho
sympathy and support of the nation
was adopted as a substitute for Sena-
tor Pcffer's resolution. An ameutl*
'icr ment favoring arbitration was defeat-
ed— 11 to 15.
At North Vernon. Ind., S. M. Stock-
si age r w as nominated for congress by
the Democratic convention.
ed valuation of O county
u in bt
t.lven Forty l ay« In .fail.
Denver, Col.. July 11. — Before
Judge HftUttt 1 J Bush ou of the
Santa Fe stiikers at La Junta, was
sentenced to forty days in the county
jail, the judge being clearly convinced
f thr guilt of the prisoner in show-
brush. A - car afLuuardi, the ctuskc cd. inolud:nj tho entiro bubinew por-
was discovered. I tion of the town.
(iolil in Sheels.
Cbippm. Crekk, Col., July 13.—The
richest ore ever seen here was turned
up in one of tho mines here yesterday.
The streak varie • in width from two
to four inches. The free gold :• ni
sheets as large au-i fully a:> Lldck au a
five cent piece.
brother on a
of here, was
and finding th"
mitted the assai
the Territo' y
July 1". has been <
Auditorium at C^ica0
'I'ln- ii t annual coin iieneeineitt of
the government Indian tra>ningstdiool
at Chilocco, o. T .to.ik place Saturday
evening, eight girls ami seven boys
representing the different blanket
tribes, graduating and ull delivering
creditable htigli-h orations. The girls
wore dresses of their own mailing and
ail the shoes woi n by th via- had
been made by Indian students of tho
school. There are now JMJ s« hol lis iu
ii.,. school 11 will be made the
training institute for the children of
all the tribes iu the Southwest.
Mrs. Lcdru Guthrie, formerly Miss
/iyp Klder of Wichita, was reported
lilcs south from 1
suulted by |y so-
ias been atte
Id'-, fair commissioner
Her husban 1 u -ent*
vorcc for neglect of
ith her, doing all h«
overv of which, it i
of >V ' eloolc. who
• 11 a 3 Fl
b >dv ^.i- uot recovered,
hei it,, of Kaus-ts City not
i out toi it at that
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