The Edmond Sun--Democrat. (Edmond, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 7, No. 3, Ed. 1 Friday, July 26, 1895 Page: 1 of 4
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V OL. 7
EDMOND. OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, FKIDA Y JULY •>(>• lHDo.
rwo siiii's colli he.
* nearly two
MR. bland talks.
The l>< n
Mint of the IWiiRenWcre Aalecp When
the < ra«h Came—One of the Vetwtels
4ioe to the Itottom In Three >1 liiuteM—
The Other Remue* h Few 1'aiweiiKer*.
(•K.NOA, July 22.—The Italian steam-
ers Ortegia and Maria I'. collided off
Isela del Plato at the entrance to the
Uulf of (ienoa yesterday. The latter
sank and 148 people were drowned.
The Maria 1'. was bound from Na-
ples to La Plata. There was a crew of
seventeen and the passengers num-
bered 173. She was coaling here, en
route to her destination. .She was en-
tering the Gulf of Oenoa at 1:30 o'clock
veterday morning when she met the Or-
tegia, out bound. They not iced eaeh
other only when a collision was inevi-
table. The bow of the Ortegia
crashed into the starboard side of the
Mariu P., penetrating six yards and
ripping up the Maria P. like match
wood. The water rushed in through
the hole and the Maria P. sank in
The majority of the passengers were
asleep at the time of the accident and
had no time to escape after the alarm
was given. They were engulfed with
the vessel. The Ortegia remained on
the spot until 6 o'clock in order to pick
up the survivors. She rescued four-
teen of the crew ami twenty-eight of
the passengers of .the Maria I*. Other
steamers have been dispaichcd to the
scene of the disaster und ure now
searching for further survivors.
The Ortegia's bow was smashed for
a space of twelve feet along the water
line. There is some comment upon
the fact brought to mind by the ilisas-
ter that the Ortegia once collided on
the same spot with the French steamer
All the boats of the Ortegia were low-
ered und the crews rescued all they
could of the survivors. The latter, for
the most part, remain in .such a state
llow Siiiceimful I linn
I Department of the
| Hint* u* to the Ca
| and Poultry.
Party Will He swamped j
If It l>«.'**n't stiuui tp for Silver. j interesting chapters
Sr. Louis. Mo., July .'J—Ex-Con- ; our rural readers,
gressman Hland is in the city, and
speaking of the silver question said:
"There is no use trying to dodge this
issue any longer. If the Democratic |
party does not declare for the free
coinage of silver it will be wiped off
the map. The newspapers in the largo
cities like St. Louis talk about the sil- j
ver movement dying out, but they are |
not going to fool anybody. There
may lie a few Democrats in the cities
who will follow the administration,
but there are practically none in tho
country. This convention will show
how the Democruts of Missouri stand.
In order to win in the next campaign
we have got to take a bold stand for
and we must be getting into
I n 4 I U YT \ V I \ Ti ti I T P Y ! aro r,fi0 pounds of water. pounds of
' I'AlJt 1 A ill' I v'U l< I II1 . | organic substance, and V • pounds of
I ash. The manure from the ducks very
l closely approaches that from hens, the
FOR | same quantity of duck manure contain-
ing 56t pounds of water. 262 pounds of
organic substance, and 172 pounds of
| ash. The estimates are based on fresh
* operate The manure that has not lost any of its
Farm \ tew n,olsture. Although most farmers have
supposed that manure from the goose
' of Ilve Mook | was more concentrated than that from
hens, yet such Is not the case. It Is
far behind thnt from the hen and the
ticks from the wire.
Land pntent and survey records
show the King cattle ranch in Texas
ta be the largest in the world.
President Cleveland is said to be for
Whitney and Matthews as the Dem-
ocratic. presidential ticket next year.
The interior department has in-
structed Captain Peck to make no
forcible resistance to the injunction of
the Nebraska state courts.
a PLUNGE to death. | WHOLES1
Three Killed ami Fourteen lujuret! la n
Wreck on the sunt* Fe.
I Dknvkh, Col., July P.'.—A most ap-
palling accident occurred on the Santa
Fe road near Monument, Col., at 11
o'clock yesterday morning. Local
I freight train No. 4 . consisting of
| twenty cars heavily laden with lum-
ber and stone, plunged through the
I bridge a quarter of u mile west of that
j place, burying beneath the debris the
jose noska wipes out
an entire family.
Mother mihI Two Neighbor- Kllleit Two
< hllilren Fatally Wounileil l ather anil
Italiy Hmlly Injureil Awful Tragedy
In l^oiilnlnna hy an Itallnn.
•Do you think the next Democratic
national convention will declare for in-
dependent free coinage?"
"I do not know whether it will or
not, but if it don't the purty will not
stand the ghost of a show. The peo-
ple are not going to follow a platform
any more which is meaningless or in-
tended to deceive. Federal officehold-
ers and whisky gaugerrs may succeed
in controlling conventions, like they
did in Kentucky, but the people will
not follow them."
Your name has frequently been
nlioned as a candidate for the presi-
hat can I say about that "'
The dead are:
Mrs. Albert Cooper. Kansasl'lty, Mo. , f ,,
J. C. Childers, Kansas City ... , v
Unknown tramp. 'tnble •lo° lNl
! tnissioner . Mr.
Mrs. llaney, wife of the Chicago
i iar uciiiiui mat iiutn tue non iu" i,,v . . * « , \i... it..,... i,
TRAI. NEW i ha^flh^l suit*for divorce ut HI min^ I lr,er.rbTldVrr'pl^'r8lr"T,o\'nr6 I T^i, ""fV'l ''' , , i
tou, 111. I several brulgi laipcnters who were | plantation in St. John sparish, a terrl-
( buries Huckley was killed near j at work repairing tho bridge, i butchery of human beings took
Lexingtou, Mo., by his brother-in-law,
Edward McDonnell, in a quarrel about
A syndicate of wealthy New York-
ers, it is said, has been formed to pur-
chase Cuba. The llothsehilds arc re-
.... , • -t ! Washington says: "A
Tho government will soon bring suit Yorkers
to recover 1,250 acres of land patented ca thy
by mistake to the Iron Mountain rail-
Henry Campbell-Han norman and
Herbert M. Asquithare the only mem-
bers of the last Liberal cabinet to be
returned to the Hritish parliament.
Efforts are being made to secure Ne-
braska farmers lower grain rates from
HE RURAL NEW ! po,mds of fresh goose manure contain
\orker devotes one ag much as 771 pounds of water, and
of its interesting jgj pounds of organic substance, while
symposiums from a8j, j8 but ninetv-llve pounds, or
specialists to the but mtle over onp_haif that of the hen
question of flavor manure.
in butter, Dr. Conn, "The hen manure contains about six-
Dr. Babcock, Pro- (CPn pounds of nitrogen In 1.000
f e s s o rs Plumb, pounds, the duck manure about ten
Dean. Jordan, Wat- pounds, and the gooso manure about
ers. Van Slyke and tJ\e poim<is. The hen manure Is, there-
Hills. and the Ca- foro three times as valuable as the
nadian Dairy Coin- goose manure in nitrogen, and the duck
Robertson. being manure twice as valuable. (Joose ma-
The general re- nure. however, contains more potash
suit of the opinions of these gentle- than that from the hen or duck, the
men is that the desirable aroma and proportion being about nine pounds for
taste of butter .are due to the handling the goose, eight pounds for tho hen,
of the milk and cream rather than t< and six pounds for tho duck.
the flavor of the original food. Fresh "Manure from pigeons, however. Is
particular more valuable than that from fowls,
While Rosario Giordano and
ere seated at the supper
'kit walked up to tho door,
und leveling a double-barreled shot
llM.'keil liy Hi.. HutliM'ltlliln. I pin, Hrod. Mra. liiordniio (i ll to I he
July A dispatch from lw " eorpbe, Ik* bullets Itmt did
late news notes.
fding more troops into
Chinese are just pouring into the
George Reder, Herman editor, is dead
at Dayton, Ohio.
David J. Martin, aged W0, defeated
politician, shot himself dead in Denver.
The Thurman Democrats in Ohio are
for free silver and are lighting Briee.
A cloudburst near Iowa City caused
a flood and a train wreck.
Clark A Plumb, a big Texas cattle
lirm. has tiled a !?l 40,000 chattel mort-
gage at Fort Worth.
Selma. Ala., makes people give an
ouut of themselves if on thestrcets
from state department
single detail of the
condition of trade.
I'he yi lil mii in liter I.nil Im Now oii mill Nn
Much In Doing.
Nkw Yoiik. July '-'2. It. Dun «!
< o.'s weekly review of trade says:
. The week's news is not entirely ei:
coil raging- but it is all the more nal
ural. been use there are signs of mid-
Wheat prospects are not quit
good us last week, but still then
lower prices, as corn ami cotton have
l een lowered. The exports of gold
and the less favorable treasury re-
turns for July arc not unexpected and
mean nothing as to the coining busi-
ness There is a perceptible decrease
in the demand for most manufactured
products and the actual distribution to
consumers naturally lessens in mid-
summer. Much of the recent buying
w as to anticipate a rise in prices and
such purchases fall off when pric
appears to haTeflHHHI _
Ilavor. it being the buttermilk rather nH pigeon manure contains r>29 pounds the Missouri. Crops in Nebraska
than the pure fat which gives the 0f water in 1,000 pounds, but its organic promise an unusually large yield,
taste of butter are due to the handling substance reaches 30S pounds, and its jj jj ]|0imes, the insurance swin-
some weeds, such as onions, garlic, rag- • ash 173 pounds. It also contains over diur't is now charged with murdering
•veed, etc., Is recognised as unfavora- I seventeen pounds of nitrogen and ten Minnie Williams of Fort Worth, Texas,
lily influencing butter flavor, the in- | pounds of potash. In value, therefore. in Chicago and burning her body.
ndleato of I 1,01 E° through her went through both after p. in.
is learned I lo*f8 1 months'infant site held John It. Leoni. a era/.y Chicagoan,
entrees has ,n her urmH- Giordano, fearing that broke 100 plate glass windows, causing
foriurd und in ..noi,!,^ V|m | the U'mler bubo vv.iul.l he killed iu the Sl.VOOO lo , bt
proper erisls in Cuban affairs to ail- 'all> BPranK forward to elasp it, und | Mrs. "agtro
vance again the proposition for the I ^ie assassin then tired again.
practical purchase of Cuba. The pla
will be modified, however, to agree I Mary Giordano. The bi-year-old little
with the scheme once considered by girl, on seeing her mother
retary of State Hamilto
, an alleged female
jail at Perry, Ok.,
A million dollar syndicate has been
iicTicu i# formed in Ohio to buy up Michigan
Fishdur- | forward and received a portion of the timber and .ship it South.
kshot entered the groin ami leg of ; l ,vith ho
ing President ti rant's administration, j load of buckshot that struck he
It looks to the amicable settlement of I father. The shot entered her
ubau question by purchasing the ! domcti, literally tearing it to pie
Wages in Lowell. Mass.. cotton mills
will be raised August fi. Ten thousand
bands are affected.
• It, is all foolishness to talk about : fluence of feed is generally minimized tho manure from pigeons comes first
independence of the island for Jioo,-
otxuMHi. it is laid the impression pre-
vails in the state department that tho
Rothschilds arc back of the scheme.
• is nothing but chaos and
A I'll it ed MtnteH Senator, a He|ire enta-
tive mill <Vliern ArreNteil In l.oiiilou.
London. July 22.—It has developed
! by all contributors and flavor is, as a ] that from hens
I rule, ascribed to bacterial action. Dr.
! Conn's views, which may be taken as
affording a fair index of the others,
are as follows:
i "The 'flavor' is not the result of any
direct influence of good. Undoubt-
edly tho food has great Influence upon
cond, that from ducks
the flavor, but the delicate butter
that a police raid was made upon the aroma is only directly related to the
Palace club on Thursday. A number food. This conclusion I base upon the
of prominent Americans were caught fac' 1 have succeeded in produc-
in the raid Tlie elub is one of several '"K lh? 'J™1' "1 fl;,lvor ,.™m.the ™ lk
. . . . . . . , . , , , cows fed upon the widest variety of
fashionable mght olnbs m London (0()ds But'ter fa( whpn flrst drlwn
where the detni monde resort. It w|th tho nij|k (lop8 not have the flavor |t jn barrels moist (not wet), and never
opens at midnight and closes at 0 a. in. found in the'ehoicest butter. In my let It get dry. Pour soapsuds, urine, or
Lately the I'alaee has been very riot- j own 01)illl0n „ has no flavor at all re- | ny kind of slop water over It. When I ^eniravie? and"println?," elop'ed
sembiing it. Very likely indigestion \ you wish to use it, the ammonia will with jj0llis nrmvn. ticl<et airent Her
hance of food may infiuoiko the ; compel you to hold your now. If kept ra(Jl|ier had pll,nned a marriage with
... il.« Au l.fitl... I a Aril i >lr\r it Inuoa ItH VIllllP lieCdlllint! Iiai II , ■ .
a foreign count.
A secret cabinet meeting w
third, and that from geese Inst, yet It , In Washington Friday to disc
than that from any other fowls, bul I toward filibusters.
the chemist has shed light upon the | William Ilosea iliillou of New York,
matter, and facts show otherwise. , vlee president of the American llu-
Water is a factor in all manures, hence ( mane society, will make an effort to
thnt from birds is no exception to the i stop the proposed bull fight at the At-
ru|e •• j lanta exposition.
Head the above carefully and then Thrce hundred prominent citizens of
save it. The droppings should be well D^Hns, in convention assembled, re-
mixed as follows: One bushel drop KOivea that the Corbett-Fitz.siminona
pings, one peck kalnlt, and two bushels jj^t was a "good thing" for Dallas;
sifted dry earth or coal ashes. Keep that they would "push it along."
mt wao and nnvor 1
Margaret Johnson of Lexington
re still i
Mr«. Flelcel HeeoKiii/.eH the Hotlle* of
Torohto Ontario. .1 illy Mrs.
Pietzel has identified the bodies of the
two children found in the cellar of the
house on St. Vincent street as those of
her daughters, Alice ami Nellie.
The latter she identified by her
hair und the former by a peculiarity
of the upper front teeth. She
was not allowed to see any
other part of the bodies, as both were
in such an advanced state of decom-
position that it was thought the shock
would derange her. As it was she
broke down completely ami sobbed
and cried throughout the trying or-
deal and long afterward. Detectives
Oeyer of Philadelphia and Cudday
of the local staff and the doctors were
perfectly satisfied with the identifica-
bank note boycott.
Mauler Workman Sovereign Orders I'helr
Kefunal by Workmen.
Washington, July -ti. The Times
prints the outlines of u manifesto to
i e issued by Master Workman Sov-
ereign of Knights of Labor for the
boycott of all national banks. It will
be addressed to the Knights of Labor,
the Farmers' Alliance, the People's
party, reform clubs and kindred so-
eieties, reciting ''the wrongs of the
toiling thousands and their suffering
at the hands of the money mukiug
power" and calling for a boycott of
national bank notes in all dealings be
tween individuals. It is to go into
effect September 1.
victims of lightning.
t;li Mrlli ury. Kiltvitril <lrlme« anil I rank
Hrou ii Killed Near l .llmvorlli, Kan.
Ellsworth, Kan., July 22.—A severe
electrical storm passed over Ellsworth
county about - o'clock Saturday morn-
ing. Lightning struck the house of Kli
McHenry and instantly killed Mr. Mc-
Henry, Edward Hrimes and Frank
Hrown. All were married and left
The lightning passed down the
chimney to the floor, where Mellenry,
ti rimes and Hrown were asleep with
three other men. The others were
comparatively uninjured, though two
of them were between the man killed.
lior e Tlilftt'N Kiea|ie.
South Enid Ok., July 2*'. Last night
as the jailer here entered the cell
where three outlaws were confined for
horse stealing and other crimes, the
criminals attacked the officer with a
piece of iron and. knocking him sense-
less. made their escape. The alarm
was immediately given and hundreds
of citizens are now pursuing the fugi-
Four Men Inatantly Killed.
Williamstown, Mass., July 22.—
Four men were instantly killed while
crossing the Fitch burg railroad track
about two miles from this place yes-
terday afternoon. A party of six men
were riding in a two-seated, covered
carriage. They were returning to
North Adams from Kenning and were
struck by a west bound express.
('ain|KM Haiti to He Wounded.
Tampa, Fla., July v.'. Passengers
from Cuba and private letters an-
nounce that (ieneral < aiupos is
wouued and besiegsil in llnyanio. The
Spanish papers state that besides Sim-
lodldes, various other officers loll, and
it is rumored one of them is the son of
The club is elegantly appointed,
having twenty-five men servants und a
band playing nightly. A hundred men
ami women, all in evening dress, were
captured. Among them were a I'nited
States senator, a congressman, a prom-
inent law official of au Eastern state
and an American police official. All
save the proprietor und servants of the
club were released. They were re-
stambuloff is dead.
The Unitarian I x-I'reniler l>le*of Wound*
Indict i-<l liy AkhiihhIiih.
Sofia. July 19.—Ex-Preinier Stam-
buloff died early this morning as the
result of wounds inflicted by political j
assassins. He was unconscious almost
from the time of the attack Sunday
night and could give little information !
to aid the police.
The attack was made upon the ex-
premier in one of the principal streets
of the city as he was driving home
ftom the I'nion club with M. Potchloff.
He received '.wenty-five Wounds on tho
head, both arms were so terribly
gled with i-words that the hands were
cutoff and his left eye. was gouged
out and the right one so severely in-
jured that he was blinded.
That the crime was a political one
here i no Question. M. Stambuloff
himself hud long anticipated a violent
end, but had refused to leave Sofia or
To Work for Prohibition.
Topeka, Kan., July 22.—The
tive committee of the state temperance
union lias decided to make a prohibi-
tion campaign in the state and to that
end will put speakers in the Held, pay-
ing each a salary of 5100 a month and
expenses. They will discuss the "en-
forcement of the law" and ••the ad-
vancing qualities of prohibition."
Their work will be supplemented by
the distribution of temperance and pro-
Wanted to Lyneh the I nipire.
QriNCY, 111., July 'JJ.—After the
baseball game yesterday the crowd
made an attempt to lynch Umpire
Frank Heath of Pontiae, 111.. ;ind was
only prevented by the police and
sheriff, the latter being backed up by
a posse. It was claimed that the um-
pire had robbed the Quincy nine of
yesterday's and Saturday's game. He
was roughly bandied before the officers
could get him away from the crowd.
Chloroformed anil Kohhed.
Wichita, Kan.. July 20.—Last night
Mr. and Mrs. Link IMtzel of Sunny-
dale were chloroformed and robbed of
S-,'4u and all the valuables in the house.
They slept near an open window and
the robbers tied a cloth around the
end of a stick, saturated it with chlor-
oform, inserted it through the Window
while they were asleep, and put them
so thoroughly under its influence that
thev did not revive for several hours.
flavor of the butter. As butter is ordi- I dry It loses Its value, becoming hard
narily made this will almost certainly I anil insoluble.—The Poultry Keeper.
Texan Silver Convention.
Ai'Stin, Texas, July 22.—The silver I coming toward him he
meeting called for to-day by ex-Gov-
ernor.!. s. Hogg, ex-Treasurer F. K.
Luberick and others, to elect delegates
to the Fort Worth silver convention
had just seventy persons present, half
of whom were Populists. Mr. Hogg
made a speech denouncing Cleveland
and Carlisle and said that their uction
in selling bouds was perfidious.
At tho same time little Xicolinu fell to i The president has
the floor, wounded through the head, placing the employe
The assassin, Joe Noska, did not
move from the spot, but when he saw
llenedetto Ulordano, a nephew «if the
dead woman, and Charlie folumbuno
Missouri I'arilir 111!inn >1
Skdalia, Mo., July 22.—'1
souri Pacific freight trains i
Herman last night. Hoth
were badly damaged, but
hurt. Hut '
isued an order
of all pension
igcneies under civil service rules
John ti. Luck, a Tenuessean, cut his
wife's throat aud his own In a Los
two fresh shells in his gnn ftmt wuiteil A Pittsburg ml I.uUe Kric tniin
until thev gut very close to him. Then l(i; n"'" m >« houre and
he raised the gun and lire,I l„.th liar- t enty nine minutes between t leve-
rels, the two men fallingtothe ground ,UII(* u,1(' Pittsburg.
dead. Then the murderer, throw! E Chief Benjamin Pikey of th
his gun over his shoulder, made hi* i Choctaw nation is dead.
escape to the woods. When the fit i Dr. Jenkin W. Morris, one of the
aana ascertained the extent of the richest men of Leavenworth* is dead,
deed, they organized a posse, ami. led Governor Stone has issued a com mis*
by the sheriff, attempted to capture Kjon ,(t , R K^i.iear us marshal of
the assassin. I he wounded
A Pullman colony is being located
at St Charles, La.
Calvestou is bidding for the Corbett- '
Four rustlers have been jailed by
vigilantes at Springview, Neb.
A. P. A. members are being dismissed
from the Omahu police force.
Five thousand Michigan miners have
voted to strike for higher wages.
Car robbers at Cleveland, Ohio,killed
Night Watchman Patrick C'ooney.
Delegate Flynn is trying to secure
$3,000 from Uncle Sam for Oklahoma's
F. H. Lander, an all around crook of
Kay county, Oklahoma, has been appre-
A phosphate trust embracing more
than fifty separate companies is Is'ing
The Thompson building. -'IK Kim
street, Dallas. Texas, collupsed, injur-
ing many workmen.
Spanish troops are punishing the
A bicycle bootlegger is what the
cholson law in Indiana made of
[ Thomas Jenkins of Indianapolis.
! A faro bank in Fred Steer's saloon at
Wallace, Idaho, was robbed of $400 by
: masked inen who escaped.
The negro, Collins, who killed Fred
P. Ohl, the Princeton student, was
: convicted of second degree murder.
• ieorgia Horton, aged 15, of Oakland,
Cal., has gone on the stage. Her
father is a journalist and politician.
No Democratic currency debate tour
of the northwest has been planned by
! the national committee as reported.
Comptroller Howler has set August7
The accident was caused by the en-
gineer of the first train running by his
I'laiit Net i
lltiMK, Mo., July Is. The ol
the Hates County Globe, owi
1'aimer Hros., was totally destrn
brought to the
this city. The
| been captured.
The Law of IS78 Their Favorite Theme
1 Chicago, July 22.—The fourth day
I nf the Ilorr-llarvey silver contention
1 opened iu the auditorium of the lllin
A NewH|wper I'luiit Set oji lire.
'' I ois club at
I'd by j attendance showed no appreciable
Hre nt 2 ..'ehiek this morning. The Hre .lilfarence Iron, that which eli;
was of incendiary origin, having Wen , d th„ il)UB M.ssi,„lv
set hi the center of the composing > '
'l'he loss is $8,500;
al.. July In-
the horrible Km initial church
murders which shocked the whole
world will be revived to-day when the
trial of Theodore Durrant commences.
i Jackson county, Mo.
The Piillmuu I'alaee Car company
has declared its regular quarterly div-
idend of $2 per share.
Kx-Cashier Cox of the defunct l)a-
vitt. Mo . bank is tinder arrest charged
i with embezzlement
Promotions in the customs districts
under new rulings can now only be
| bad after appropriate examinations.
The plant of the National Linseed
oil works af Chicago was destroyed by
j fire. Loss, $400,000.
Four hundred business men of Wich-
ita have signed a call for a mass meet-
ing to protest against the enforcement
<>f the prohibitory law in thatcitv.
The Sound Currency club of Kansas
« ity, Mo., advises all Democrats to re-
train from having anything to do with
the Democratic silver state convention
Mr. Harvey opened the day't
with a review of the points so far es-
tablished. They were that prior to
1 73 gold ami silver were the
money of the constitution; that silver
was the unit of value; that up ,lt pertlu Springs.
to that time the debtor was permitted
to pay in the cheaper inone\. und that
silver was not demonetized because of
1 any over production at the time the
**""• act of 1H73 wus passed. Then taking
i'ant v Hakhaiia, t al., July liO. —The I up the debate proper he denied that he
sloop Restless is reported lost off i had at any time tried to impeach the
Santa Cruz with sixteen persons on j integrity of the American people, but topographical notes in < unada.
board he did not propose to allow corrupt Reuben F. Kolb has announced that
legislators to throw the mantle of na- he will not again be a candidate for
news in brief. tional honesty around them for their governor of Alabama.
(own protection, lie recognized the Cuban insurgent agents arc trying
f the At- integrity of the American people and to get I'nited States army officers to
The treasury department does not
attach much importance to the Sover-
eign banknote boycott threat, .
The < anadian war minister is re-
i ported to have said that he does not
believe that American spies are taking
The foreclosure a
lantic and Pacific i-
John II Murpliv
sked for ut Alhi
Cliadron. Neb., is dead fr
A package is
missing in the P
pany's Omaha office.
Filibustering eouncilmeti at I'
Ok., were placed under arrest a
quorum thus secured.
Pottowatomie county Ok lull
people have organized to clear on
horse and other thieves.
learnings of nearly all roads fo
half year ending on June .'10 sh<
Inspection of the agricultural do-
;i,s t lie ilate fur hearing the Nebraska n«rlni.;nt h.m> n liani si..
bugar bounty clai.nanti j •'<«'" 1™K W<- the besl ,
it was to that he appealed.
The speaker then resumed the state-
ment which was interrupted at the
close of the talli on Thursday, of the :
various steps leading up to the pass-
age of the act of lH7:t.
a voluminous report.
Dlreetor (ieneral l>avi '
Washinoton, July -The report
of the director general of the World's
Columbian exposition, the Hon. (Jeorge
K. Davis, gives a history of the incep-
tion, organization and administration
of that great enterprise.
Although written and edited with
the purpose of
ominaud their foi
The president has appointed Klincr
i True blood postmaster at Marvvillc,
A testimonial was presented to Sir
Henry Irving by members of the the-
Uncle Sam has been invited to par-
of the I t>cipatc in the eleventh congress of
Americanists in the City of Mexico,
October 15 to 20.
The American navy vessel Columbia
was badly damaged in the dry dock at
Archbishop On ill ion of < >axaca,
Mexico, has inherited from an Knglish
relative (18,000,000 in gold.
J. T. Cameron, a Perry, Ok., whole-
ring the utmost j sale men-bant, has regained his i
At Hay Springs, Neb., two boys,aged
RuiBpless fowls are not only wanting column upon which the tnil feather: 6 and K. children of Hert Wright, were
In tall feathers, but their anatomy ()f the fowl are planted, renders them smothered in a sand bank.
Hhows that the fiimlal projeetion is d^v0'rl o thlB ornamental appendage, Alonzo Mev ers of Los Angeles killed :
wanting and also even the final verte- ®, "c P81*1 ,of Jhe /,, !"u?Z his wife and' brother-in-law. wounded
bme of ti,' spine itself. This gives Tl^y we^e?^ jlllow* ^ ^
them a very peculiar nnd grotesque ap- in (,olor or a mlxture 0f black and Jea,ousv-
pearance. It Is supposed that these white, but are mostly found now pure
originated from the Polish breeds, and white. They have been somewhat Im-
that some of them were formerly proved hy breeding, but are now rarely - , ...
crested with partially developed seen. They are good layers, but the ll" J™11™ "T lJ
beards, with leg feathers and vulture eggs are not apt to be so fertile as kave been a loss of • . ..00() and cutoff
backs, but these have been bred out. those of other breeds. As sitters and
Their anatomy being deficient in the mothers they do very well, while ns a
usual prolongation of the vertebrae table fowl they are of average quality.
ity consistent with the production | after being dumb f
of a complete ami intelligible narra-
tive, the work is neces&arilv *• 'timin
At Cincinnati the barking of a watch
dog prevented the total destruction
rly Thursday morning of the Rrice
teen injured in a I
II llomeson & Co."
Joseph Niekmn, a I'leasanton, I'.uf- I ^v'enty'vouIm'eT'i"
falo county, Neb., farmer, shot b'8 f)f exhibits •
wife and a neighbor and cut his own octttVl) pa^,i
ous. It occupies about
printed and type-writt
mostly the latter, illustra'
has lieen matched
"C of Rochester
parei I type; the en
firm of rail- of the report.
paid up their :
remain in the 1 i iiiucm in i
follow. Here, too, the Influence Is an
indirect one. but no less certain Some- I
times the food does have a direct in-
llutter Fat im Food.
A correspondent in the N. E. Farmer
In answer to an inquiry in relation
'ommunication of 10,000 suburb-
Cherokee Strip people indignantly
deny stories of suffering in the terri-
The fruit belt of Michigan sustained
much damage by wind.
have died and two of the con
(Jeorge S. llcod &■
way contractors, h
royalties and may n
Jessie Finley, who assisted the Chris-
tian brothers to escape from jail at. j,
Oklahoma City, has been brought in
barefooted b\ deputy marshals
Nebraska will have two Democratic
I < 'malia,
IInence In tilling the butter with pe- the relative value of fat anil the other gressmen el.-. teil last fall liav
oiili'ji. AilnrH such IIH that Of ear ic. /tntiutll >.f milt/ r* 1.. I/on ll.n
miliar odors, such as that of garlic, constituents of milk makes the mistake
The explanation is not positively 0f assigning to casein of butter a high-
known. but It is probably due to vo- er nutritive value than its fat. The
latile products of the food passing di- opinion Is based evidently upon the Drenie court
rectly Into the milk. The food Is the common view now prevailing, that pro ®
source of the Ilavor Indirectly, the flay-I teln has a special nutritive value. """* AjjT
The famous Memphis tax ca>e«, I
been filed in the United States
Secretary Hoke Smith is preparing
being directly the result of certain i Science has not given a valid reason an extended "sound money
decomposition products of the cream, j for assigning to protein a nutritive
These flavors are produced by bacteria fect superior to that of other constlt-
"• which multiply in the cream when It uenta 0f food, yet it has impressed
Is ripening. Whether proper flavors upon the public a belief from which it ready by September.
The Wisconsin board of arbitration
llefaulliiiK < ashler Located.
Chicago, July 22.—Chester
Ibuvc. I be defaulting cashier of P.
sliiekcounty, Iowa, is under arrest in are produced in the cream w ill depend seeins determined not to swerve, that
the City of Mexico, and a large part of upon whether the proper species of bac- protein is possessed of some mysterious
the tao>() which he made away with terla are present in sufficient quantity, potency that is not found In other food
has been attached by Pinkertou opera Some species of bacteria produce very nutrients. Protein it is true i^ the
tives and will likely be returned to the good flavors, some very poor flavors, basis of muscle, and is found associated
paign in Ocorgia.
It is expected that the new edition
of the government bluo book will be
ounty from which it was taken.
Richard Rowe. brother to the abscon-
der, is also under arrest as an accom-
Iron Miner*' Wi|«* Increased.
I Hon Mountain, Mich., July 20.—'The
Pewabie Mining company has an-
nounced a ten per cent increase of
wages throughout the mine, and it is
probable that a number of other mines
of this range will follow the example.
The new scale gives miners 81.70, trim-
mers 91.50 and laborers $1.10 per day.
Htrikem Force Men to Quit.
Nkoai'Nkk, Wis., July jO.—The Ne-
guunce and Ish|>eming strikers visited
the Cascade range, five miles south of
here, und compelled the -'100
starters' and 'cults' are supposed to
contain the proper species of bacteria to
produce a good flavor. Bacillus 41 has
been demonstrated to be a bacteria
which will produce this flavor. The
use of these 'starters' may be com-
pared to planting a field with need. If
the field Is left to Itself something will
grow, but we can not tell what. If
planted with clover we may depend
upon clover So the cream, when inoc-
ulated with such starters as No. 41, may
be depended upon to develop the right
kind of bacteria, and, therefore, the
H^HI proper flavor. This Ilavor mines, of
ployed there to quit work. Work at course, Indirectly from the food but
all mines in Marquette county except directly from the products of bacterial
Champion and Republic is now bus- growth In the cream. The conclusions
pended. which I have given above are not mere
guesses, but are the results of a long
A Tunnel on Fire. series of most careful and rigid ex
i.ot isvii.j.k, hy., July in unci perlments upon this matter. 1 find It
No. :i on the Louisville and Nashville possible to produce tho butter flavor
railroad, situated between Turner's | fr0m all sorts of cream, and under al-
and Knglish, forty-five miles east of most, any condition, provided I put the
here, caught tire about midnight last right species of bacteria Into the
night end Is still burning The Hre : cream."
and some will completely ruin the flav- with all higher forms of life. It Is in
or and the resulting butter. The but- the blood corpuscles, is plentiful In all
termaker has no method of determln- centers of life and Its maintenance, yet
Ing what Bpecies are present, and will jf energy of foods is substantially the
get the proper flavor if he chance to measure of their effect, fat is far more
have the proper species. The various valuable than protein, as it contains
has beer called upon to settle a strike ter. K
Wiley Hruiu, the assassin of Alleu
Martin in Arkansas, was shot upon re-
fusal to surrender.
Chief of Police Osborne of Norton,
Va., was shot and killed by a negro A
lynching is imiuinent.
The Dayton. Tenu., < «>ul and Iron
ii . "J. An official dis-
ere from the island of
that the Chine
miking iibborn defense,
he • aptureof Lung Taupao, on
I. in i tempt was made to affect a
i:.n ' on between two Japanese hal-
ations at the river TaktiUas, but the
ti, -1>un11 inoi.i < in^' s. |,i. ' attempt failed, and a squadron of Jap-
\ era. ■ >1 il \N ehita 1 nc. h siptaw ancsc cavalry, which was suddenly at-
,n s--nth McAlester is said i■ > be the ! taeked by a superior force of Chinese,
runaway wife of (ieneral Sain Houston was cut to pieces, only three troopers
of Texas, who purchased her from her j escaping. The junction of the two
father. | battalions was affected on July 10.
Insurance swindler, Herman Mud- ;
gctt, alias II. H. Holmes, iu jail at Sanwttonal L'hleairo Mult.
Philadelphia, is pretty sure to be con-' ciiicaqo, July 19.— John Brooks and
vie ted of the murder of the two Pietsel (Jeorge I . Ilullen, assignees of PoWter,
children at Toronto. Lovell A Ca, oi Boston, have filed a
Bob Haggard, a mulatto charged | hill of discovery against the firm of J.
V. Farwell & Co, of this city, asking
ched at Wii
by sparks from au engine
u-'filling I ie timbers. The tunnel is
K) feet )i)iiLr and will probably have
i i be rein It.
'■•ciipli:arrtte* for MlHMinrl Illy.
Mo., July - The council
oflMijj^Kri City has adopted an ordin-
uioe tfmibiting the sale of cigarettes
t her , the fine being from Jlo tc
ut- . nit- n u« oif, manure
he town officerssav that the la*\ will p|geonh
Value of Poultry Proppim-v
It Is often claimed thnt poultry ma-
nure Is very valuable. Well, that de-
pends on the food from which It Is pro
duced. RlrdB that live on animal food,
such ns meat, fish, etc., produce manure
richer than that from grain and grass
Below Is a comparison of the value of
manure from hens, ducks, geese, and
nearly twice and one-half the units of company will increase employ
energy that Is found In protein. There j wnges ten per cent on August 1
seems to be little ground for doubt
that fat Is In the economic sense more
valuable than protein.—Ex.
Charles A. Kimball, a New York
broker, aged 01, committed suicide by
Hritish subjects claim SL000,000 from
>flcarugi 'or being expelled from the
Kx ports of |>elroleuiu increased near*
ly 000,000 last year.
Large reductions will be made next
month iu the forces of uil the navy
layers, the lloudan certainly deserves
a front seat. They lay large eggs and a
good many of them. As a rule the eggs
are fertile, producing strong chicks.
The meat qualities, however, are equal
to the egg production. The main ob-
jection to the breed, has been Its large
crest, which, during rainy weather, is
a detriment, causing colds when water
soaked. To satisfy those who wished
the style of plumage and egg qualities
of the lloudan, but objected to the
crest, the Anconas, imported somo
years ago by the late Francis A. Morti-
mer, came In, and It !s a remarkable
breed In these two particulars, having
an exact Houdan plumage, no crest, ami
lays an egg fully as large, and has
equally as large an egg record. Hut It
cannot In any way cope with the
French fowl for table use. Few breeds
can boast of the combination (eggs and
meat) In so strong a degree, ns can
tho pride of France, and where the
crest 1s the only drawback, that ob-
stacle can be overcome by having large
houses und roomy scratching pens, al-
lowing the fowls out only during fine
weather. It will pay to go to this ex-
Lee Morgan, pt(4pri-
i ii i.ml, shot and fatally
bounded Albert Shirley, a baker, in a
dispute over a 83 board bill.
Frank F. Hall of the Standard Oil
company, was murdered at Whiting,
Ind. Six hundred dollars was taken
from his pockets and the corpse placed
across the railroad track, where a
freight train ground it to pieces.
Secretary Hoke Smith has gone to
\ft~7 (ieorgia t.< swing that state into the
' 1 gold standard column and knock out
ex-Speaker Crisp for the seuatorship.
The Republican convention of Dick-
inson county, Kan., voted down a reso-
lution indorsing (iovernor Morrill's
administration. Free coinage ol
American silver was indorsed.
Frank Ware and Mrs. M. J. Klack ol
Fort Worth, Texas, are under arrest
for poisoning Mr. lllack, u railroad
engineer, to secure (7,000 insurance
money. Mrs. Black has confessed and
says that she and Ware were to have
been married after her husband was
put out of the wav.
While detectives were digging in the
cellar of the house formerly occupied
. • ""'f I in Chicago by II. II. Holmes, the in
that til" lirm ..-I u, iil-,-.,. i t swindler, fur the bodie. „ the
for SI2.K4n.WIO of securiUeK whicji it l ! miw>iug William, „■,■] , . explosion
occurred and fatally injured twool
alleged were fraudulently trunsfe
on the eve of the assignment of Potter,
Lovell & Co. in August, Isuo.
t he detectives.
j At Mart, a small Texa^ town neat
i l'ort Worth, five negroes were instant-
| lv killed and one seriously injured by
' dynamite explosion. A feud betwee
Arreiited for XlarryliiK III" C oimlu.
emporia, Kan., July 'JO.— J.
Debbell and Miss I- rankle Watson of | ^JMkl anj whites was the cause of th«
■ Sioux City, Iowa, cost SH>3,4o7
the past year.
Citizens of Cincinnati, Ohio, oppose
In 1,000 pounds of hen manure there | cate.
It is announced ut Catholic head- yards.
quarters that the anti-Knights of Alabama coal mine o| erators, repre-
Pythias decree will not be modified. sent ing #:.'0,000,000, formed u gigantic
mi,. u_„ bttit t~ i i In a riot at Learned, Miss., between 1 combine.
Ill .V^ii the McKaeR and Ten-Ill. tifl.v-t hot. Improvements on the upp.
were fired, two men killed und one
Mrs. Elita Scott of Chicago bus been
discovered in un Oakland asylum,
where she was committed for attempt-
ing to starve herself to death.
Inquiry in the nail trade iu New
York city shows that there has been au
udvance in the price of nails iu the last.
six days of neurly 100 per cent. This
is said to be due to a strong agreement
which includes ull the manufacturers
in the country.
Promoters of the co-operative road
from the Pacific coast to Salt Lake are
making an effort to secure the neces-
sary funds, but the scheme is generally
regarded as chimerical.
The fall of Port Arthur is attributed
to the treason of the Chinese eom-
munder who was a native of Japan.
and who committed suicide after con- Heavy dumage suits
le in(t hie betrayal of hin adopted j .gainst the lirand Tmuk liy reason
country. , u„. recent fatal accideut at Cruig'a
Vice President A. N. Towue of the ! road.
Southern Pacific died suddenly in Ban I Twellty freight ears were thrown
r„",nfl °' x- i , , i . . down an embankment ut Curey, Ohio.
Ihu.New lork < ubau club has or- vnnlliuiiU ..vl.i,„i n,, n-,. ,,1,|,
pense antl trouble for a breed that con- fared a lot of dynamite balloous for > i t " wutic was
tains so much profit.-Poultry Advo- the insurgeutl | 'r""'P U suPPOMl1 ln hllv9
Cottonwood Falls, both of whom ure
under age, were married yesterday.
To-day Miss Terry Watson, the bride's
older sister, swore out a warrant for
Debbell, charging that the couple are
first cousins. When Debbell obtained
the license he gave u $500 bond.
July —A party of
of S3,000,000 refunding bouds 1 Joplin wheelmen passed through here
puyable in gold
The Irish Nationul Federation of
America bus cabled a $.*>,000 contribu-
tion to the Irish cause.
There is trouble with the Indians up
in Wyoming over the enforcement of
the game laws.
The Rio (iruude has burst its bunks
and flooded K1 Paso. The adobe houses
melt like lumps of sugur.
Tellis Welch, aged Is, a member of
the Christian gang of territory out- forty minute
laws, is under arrest at Oklahoma city
District Assembly No. 80, Knights ol
Labor, which includes Massachusetts,
bus been stis|H*uded for insiilNirdina-
yesterday, en route to St L
St. Louis they will make a thirty days'
tour through portions of Missouri,
Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio.
i'oiiiiii tiiiilty of Murder.
Ehik, Kan., July 20. -Kd Anderson,
who confessed the murder of Swan
Peterson June ft, was found guilty of
murder iu the flflt degree Aieier
son's attorneys made an uhle plea of
insanity, but the iury returned in
Ith the verdict.
■lane Hull I'layern Flneil.
July Captain Anson
ami his National League base bull
players were fined SM und cost each to-
being filed ,iJ(y for violation of the Sunduy law.
An appeal was taken
< onnitnkIit for I oiiiniaiiiler -In-!'lilef.
London, July 2L' -It is regarded as
a certainty that the duke of < onnuught
will be the new commander-in-chief In
succession of tho duke of Cambridge.
Hiruiingham has the first refusal by
a working mau to tuke bank notes iu
payment for a d^bt,
Louisiana senators and congressmen
ure going to Washington to insist on
payment of the sugar bounty.
Manufacturers have tulvanc d the
price of nails fifty cents a keg.
liuy Conifax, engineer of the Kaisei
house. Scdulia, was killed by an elec-
Jailer W. P. Dennis at Helena. Ark ,
was called to his door ami shot dead.
Secretary Smith has made a draft on
the treasurer for 9111.000,(10(1 pension
The state department has been in-
formed that there is cholera in llioga,
Iron miners' wages at Iron Mount-
ain, Mich., have been raised ten per
cent. They now make Si..10 to 91.70
per day. Laborers 91.10.
Mrs. Maltbv, an American woman,
has obtained the degree of doctor of
philosophy ut the Ccettingcn uni*
A hundred citucus of Wadena.
! M i ii ii., pluced u rope around the ueck
of t barb s Keelian, a well-known local
politioi&n. snd allowed him to dangle
In tho i.lr for a few seconds, and then
i scorwa him back to his home. He had
been t the habit of abusing his futnil).
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