Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 7, Ed. 1, Thursday, October 29, 1885 Page: 1 of 4
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i Devoted to tlio Interest ofilio Cherokee Clioctnws Clileknsmvs Hcmlnolcs Creeks iinit all Oilier Imllnna of the Indlnn Tcrrlldrr.
CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO.
VINITA INDIAN TERRITORY THURSDAY OCTOBER 2U 1885.
VOL-. IV NO. 7.
A DiSKAsr. called "black leg" similar
to Texas fevor was recently announced
ns breaking out among tlio cattlo of
An illicit still operated by Alfred
Prey a farmer was discovered In
Scotch Grove Jones County Iown ro-
ccptly tlio first discovery of tlio kind
that has boon ninilo In Iowa for j cars.
Frederick Warner n professional
ball tosscr. formerly conncctcil with
the Philadelphia Baso Hall Club was
committed In that city recently for
Jieglcctlqg to support his wife and two
The Popo recently called a meeting
of tho Vatican ofllelals to draft Induc-
tions to tho Fronch bishops. It was
believed the coalition of tho Fronch
' ltndicals and Moderates would lead to
tho abolition of tho Concordat.
A itECENX special from Forth Worth
Tci. says. Isaao Dakman of this city
lia'cldscd a contract with an English
syndicate to deliver on tho wharf nt
Galveston fortnightly for tho next fiyo
years ihrco thousand carcasses of
i beel cattle. Tho tirloo stlnulntcd Is six
cents per pound for beef and nlno cents
AsTAirrUNO Illustration of tho onor-
mous extent to which not .only food
and drink but almost incrythlng. filso
in use Is systematically adulterated Is
"clven by tho publication In (Jormany
of nil "Illustrated 'Lexicon of Adulter-
ants." Tho first volumo issued does
not exhaust tho letter 11 although It
consists of ono hundred and sixty
. Joiix Uiil aged cloven .years who
lived noar San Antonio Tox.- died re-
i ccntly. Sovcral days previous ho was
' .bitteruby. a ratllcsuake and although
prompt and ablo attention was given
him lip continued to filnkv A blto of
tlibi rcptilo so common In Southwestern
Toxas is said to bo mora fatal at this
season and deaths from it frequently
Israel Git ken of Mitchell Dak.
who ha? been appointed nn Indian
agent in Dakota Is tho Llotitonant of
Mnrlnoi who led tho final assault upon
John Brown's stronghold at Harper's
Ferry twenty-six years ago and struck
Brown down with his bayonot. Ho
wns afterward in tho Confederate army
nnd at tho closo bf tho war settled In
Lieutenant Coquilhat recently
returned to Brussels after a thrco years
stay in tho Ilangala country of tho Up-
" per Congo nnd flatly contradicts the
reported massacres of Europeans there
He gavo an optimistic account of tho
African International Association's
progress nnd declared that cannibal-
ism was dying out and that tlio na-
tives wcro friendly. A special survey-
ing party was at work tracing tho routo
of a future railway.
The Illinois timber Is full of nuts this
year. Tho hickory black 'walnut
butternut nnd oaks never supported a
greater load. Tho branchus aro
weighted down till thoy appear almost
ready to break Jrom tho trees. Tho
frosty nights cauio tho nuts to fall in
torrents nt over gust of wind. They
aro gathered by tlio wagun-load nlong
tho Embarras and Kaskoskln timber
and further down in the Stoto they
aro shipped by tho car-load to tho city
Piiiur It. IIiCKnou.v United States
2favy who was sent last year to visit
tho principal dock yards Europe
has submitted to tho Secretary of tho
Navy a long report which is said by
high naval authorities to bo a work of
great practical value. Ho visited tho
yards of Great Britain Franco Ger-
many and ltussla. Ho describes
technically and with much detail tho
hops docks discipline and working
systems of thoso Institutions nnd tho
vcssols lately finished or In process of
construction. His report Is Illustrated
with photographs charts nnd fino
Archdeacon 1'AititAit paid Ameri-
cans tho following coiuplimonts: "I
havo been Impressed with tho wnrrotli
'and universality of kludncss that t havo
rocolvcd on all sldos. I havo boon
most struck with tho enormous power
of life onorgy and vivacity In overy
department. I havo been deeply im-
pressed by your educational Institu-
tions especially by thoso for tho In-
struction of tho doaf and dumb. I
found that Instruction Is carried to a
far greater degrco of perfection hero
than in England. In regard to your
libraries I havo bcon pleased to see
(ho great Improvements that you havo
ovor thoso In England. Thosaiiio Is
tnio In ragnrd to tho small libraries.
' Thcso great advantages should tuako
America a nation of scholars."
Forty ycara ago a resldont of Man-
chester N. II. named Parker was mys-
teriously murdered. Tho affair created
a sensation of n year's duration but
uovor cleared up and Is remcmboiod
only by tho oldest resident. Hon. II.
V. Duller has revived Intorcst In tho
caso by relating to two Mnnchostor
gontlomcn a secret which ho has kept
for many yean. Ho says that a client
of his named Pearson who was hung
for wlfo murder previous to his execu-
tion confessed to him that ho killed
Mr. Parker because tho latter had re-
fused to return him certain money
which Pearson had placed In Ids hands
(or safo keeping or to get It out of tlio
reach of Pearson's creditors. Pearson
after faillnsr to get his money drovu to
Manchester front Lowoll called Parker
out on somo pretext or oihor and
when tho two wcro ou tho way to
Janesrlltc Jws killed him w'th a shoo
l(ii fo. General Duller wai counsel for
tho Wo ut worths who wero tried tot
THE WORLD AT LARGE.
A. Summary of tho Dally Nowo.
li:ilSONAr AND rOLITIOAI..
IlEnn KsTnurr the Premier of Denmork
wns sKot at by a youth nniriod Rastaussen a
printer In Copenhagen on the 21st. One
of the bullets struck a button the other
nilsicd tho Premier altogether. Tho youth
whs hurried to prison. An In tenso feeling
of li aired wns reported working up alt over
Denmark against King Christian nnd his
unpopular Ministers originally duo to the
King disobeying the wishes of tho Danish
Parliament and taxing the people against
Tnc canvass of the votes of Hamilton
County O. wns completed on tho 22.1 and
tho total footings (unofllclnl)excludingthe
precinct of tho Eighteenth Ward show
Hoodly'a vote 31627 and Fornker's 33028
a majority of 699 for Iloadly.
Tub City of Boston did ofllclal honors to
tlio memory of General Grant In the Tre-
mont Temple on the 22l. llor. II. W.
Deecher was the orator of the occasion.
In the Democratic State Judicial Con-
vention held at Llttlo Hock Ark. to fill
the vacancy caused by the death of Judge
Kskln B. I). Battle of Pulattil County was
nominated on the first ballot.
Tre mother of Edwin Booth the trage-
dian died recently of pneumonia at tho
rosldence if her son Julius Booth In Now
York. Bbe was elghty-threo years of age.
Bkcritary Makhi.io has requested tho
resignation of Assistant Secretary Coon
of the Treasury.
Mr. ItosniDA formerly Japaneso Minis-
ter to tho United States has been ap-
pointed Vice Minister of Agriculture and
Commerce of Japan.
Juooe Delnet ex-United Btntes Consul
General at Bhaughal has accepted the
position of foreign adviser to tho Corenn
Government at a salary of $1000 per
C. B. Wert ex-Justice of tho Supremo
Court of Texas died at Galveston sud-
denly on the 23d from apoplexy aged
Too TbUso Toxo the celebrated Chlncso
General nnd leader of the anti-foreign
party In China died September 4.
Eioiit thousand persona were said to be
present at tho Republican ratification
meeting held at tho Madison Square Gar-
den New York on the 23d.
A Wasrimoton dlipntch snys: Commo-
dore J. O. Walker has been recommended
as-chief of the Bureau of Navigation nnd
Commodore Montgomery Slcard as chief
of tho Navy Department.
A great lire broke out lu Moscow llus-
sin recently and caused enormous losses
seven persons were kilted and four Injured.
Foun miners wero killed and twelve
others fatally Injured recently by an ex-
plosion of gas In the mine of the Delaware
& Hudson Company nt Plymouth l'a.
The English Farmers' Alliance ho
adopted a resolution stating tbnt to nvert
the ruin of the present raco of farmers
land owners must forthwith reduce tho
rents of farms and tho Government must
formulate a measure which will prevent
the raising of rents on the Improvements
The contract for stone maionryon tho
Federal building nt Loulsrllle Ky. has
beon awarded to Oman & Stewart of
Nashville Tenn. at (13107.
Tre other evening the Montrenl authori-
ties discovered a very pest hoto of small.
pox In Notre Dome street. In one room
eight children of one family were found
suffering from small-pox. In an adjoin-
ing room separated only by a thin parti-
tion three other cases were found and one
A hewer excavation twenty f set deep
caved In recently at Bouth Bond Intl.
Four masons Thomas O'Brien Charles
Derokeand John and Mat Williams wero
In tho sewer at the time. O'Brien and Mat
Williams wero killed the other two es-
caped. In consequence of tho ending of the
strike of the cotton operatives nt Old.
ham Eng. the mills nt Ashton-Under-Lyne
have resumed on full time.
The other evening near Bedford Pa. a
boy aged thirteen years son of Joseph B.
Smith started to the woods for cows. In
the morning his dead body was found In
the skirts of tho mountain nearly devoured
by somo wild animal supposed to bo a
panther which bad beon seen at various
Moivrox C. WAnnxx Importer of laces
at 40 Green streot New York has assigned.
The liabilities aro upwards of $300000
mainly due In Europe. Assets uuknown.
Giant powder was exploded uudvr a
street car on tho Washington avenue road
St. Louis rccontly. No one was injured
but the passengers were terribly fright-
ened. Tho car was considerably shattered
No cluo to tho perpetrators.
The Hecond Comptroller of the Treas-
ury Is making a thorough Investigation of
the account of tho Indian agents which
aro reported to be In a very bad condition
and has already referred aliout a dozen
cases to the Solicitor of tbo Treasury for
suit to recover balances duo tbo Govern-
ment. A native of Albania recently made an
attempt to shoot tho Montenegrin Minister
of Wnr. Tbo attempt was unsuccessful
Wheu arrested the man coolly avowed
that he was a member of a conspiracy
formed ngnlnst the frontier dominion com-
mission. The Burmcao Envoy at Paris handed tbo
British Ambassador a noto stating that be
had sent a dispatch lo King Theobaw ad-
Two men wore killed and ono fatally In-
jured by gas lu a Chicago sower recently.
The village of LeanderTex. was totally
destroyed by firo tbo other night. Lean-
der uns a station on the Austin & North-
westorn Railway In Williamson County
and had 100 Inhabitants.
vWiiilh taking down tbo largo front
stairway of tho Btato House at Spring
field III. recently au arch gave way pre-
printing a gaug of workmen among tbo
crumbling walls. Patrick Flynn's skull
wns crushed killing htm. Hevoa others
wero Injured but not fatally
There wero five deaths from cholern
among the erew of tho United States vessel
Osslpco at Japan.
Sixty Chinese cigar makers in the fac-
tory of Kbenlgsberger Fnlk & Meyer Ban
Francisco struck work tho other day be-
cause tho linn refused to discharge their
whlto woikiueii. It was learned that the
dilutee union had ordered tbo strike.
A mectinci of cltltens nt Stockton Cnl.
tho other night adopted resolutions for tbo
romoval of Chinatown from tho city limits
and contalulng a pledge to vote against
nil nominees nt tho city electlou who wero
not pledged for the removal of China-
town. A farmer of Wayne County Ta. named
John Howell tbo other afternoon killed
four of his children and tbeu committed
Odsinkbm failures during tne seven days
ended October 23 numbered) United States
153) Canada 24) total 177 1 compared with
1C0 tbo week before.
Tub Chinese Government has decided to
nalntaln a standing army of 000000 won
to be Increased In wnr tlma to l.SOO.OOO.
At a meeting of tho directors of tho
Western Union Telegraph Company at
Now York Dr. Green was ro-etected Presi-
dent and General Eckor General Man-
ager. A laroe herd of cows owned by U. Bat-
ensteln a dairyman In Wrstchostcr Coun-
ty N. Y. were recontly discovered to bo
suffering from pleuro.pneumonla and six-ty-flvo
of thorn were killed.
The annual roportof tho Gulf Colorado
& Santa Fe Itallroad shows a falling off In
receipts of $223000 as comparod with those
of tho previous year.
The Burenu of Statistics reports that ex-
ports of agricultural. Implements from tho
United Stntos during the past twenty
years ns valued at $ 12500000. Tho trado
Is steadily growing.
A ian died of yellow fever on the
steamer Niagara at New York on the 2tth.
Tho other two cases wcro not oxpocted to
Three men wero arrested In Chatta-
nooga Tenn. recently charged with being
tho lenders of the lynching party that killed
Charles Williams colored In tbo county
Sauoel N. Bnooxfl of Hyde Eng. In-
terviewed tbo Prellor murderer In Jolt at
St Loud recently aud recognised blm as
his son Hugh M. Brooks.
Two men DeputyUnltcd Btntes Marshal
Wall nnd William Clements wcro am-
bushed nnd killed near Long Pond Mont-
gomery County On. recently. Tho men
bad started out In a buggy to make a raid
at night near Long Pond and when near
Long Pond they wore fired upon their
bodies being riddled with bullets.
The cl oaring houso returns for weeV
ended October 21 showed au average in-
crease of 32.3 compared with tho corre-
sponding week of last year. In New York
the Increaso was 30.7.
Tub sixth day of tbo Walkup poisoning
caso at Emporia Kan. on tbo 21th was
commenced by the reading of the hypo-
thetical expert questions presented to Drs.
G. A. Blddltf It. it. McCandllss D. V.
Longneckcr J. J. Wright T. F. Foncanon
and W. W. Hlbbans. Their answers were
substantially and to most of tbo questions
literally tho same ns the answers given by
Drs. Gardner Jacobs Frost and
Page. Their cross-examination did not
tncludo any questions as to whether
they had read and answered tbo ques-
tions before coming ou tho stand. All the
physicians agreod that In their opinion
an arsenical antidote on Friday the
day before Mr. Wnlkup's death would
haro bad no effect though tbo conceded
medical practlco would havo callod for the
administration If only as a protection to
the physician blmsolf bad lie been then
convinced that arsenical poisoning was the
causo of tho sickness. Other evidence was
presented nnd tho Stato rested tho enso.
Two further attempts to wreck street
cars wcro made In St. Louis on the nights
of the 21th nnd 23th. The ono ou the Hello-
fontalno rond shattered part of the car nnd
threw tho driver and a passenger off their
feet bat they wcro not (seriously Injured.
Tbo other outrage took place ou Jefferson
avenuo but tho explosion was harmless.
Tnc report Uiat the Servians bad entered
Bulgaria was confirmed eft tho 2Mb. A
slight sklrmleb took place between the Bul-
garian and Bervlnn pickets.
Two members of tbo Bervlnn Skupts-
china named Tasie and Topovlc have been
nrrested nt Cacak on suspicion of bolng
implicated In a plot to murder tho Gov-
ernor. A runiovs water spout burst lu the vi-
cinity of Cnrrcra Itnly recently nnd wns
followed by heavy floods. Tho roads and
railways were torn up and much property
The Hanlan-Toemer boat race at Al-
bany N. Y. on tho 21th was won hy
Teemer. Teenier had a fair lead and was
apparently winning when Hanlan struck
a buoy nnd gnve up tbo rnce.
Tub Superintendent of Foreign Malts
has ordered three dispatches of mall per
week on tho lino between Tampa nnd
Havana Instead nt two as at present.
It was recently ofilclally announced that
a medical commission compose! of one
American two Fronch aud two English-
Canadian doctors wni to bo appointed for
tho purpose of determining Kiel's mental
A report has boon received by tbo Sec-
retary of the Navy from Hear Admiral
McCauloy nt Panama stating that every-
thing Is qulot there. Work on tho canal Is
nt a standstill nt tho Pacific end but
at tho other end for adtstauca of one mile
from Colon one-half of tho depth nnd less
than the width of the cutting bas rucu ex-
cavated. - -
A sensational arrest wns uiado in Bos-
ton recently Mrs. Emma Coolldgo bilng
charged with conspiracy to murder Mrs.
Charles J. Mellen a young Irish woman
who had married Into a wealthy Baltimore
family and being wldowod was heiress to
The stockholders of Montonp Mills at
Fall Itlver Mass. which has been Idle tor
several months ami Is heavily lu debt
hnvo resolved to wind up tho concern.
The fourth explosion on street car tracks
In St. Louts occurred on the night of the
20th on tho Mound City rond. There wore
no passengers In tho car. Tho driver was
knocked over and a car wheel demolished.
Howards wero offered for the rapture of
the perpetrators of these outrages.
Judoe L. D. TnoiiAN'8 resignation as
Civil Henrico Commissioner has been ac-
cepted by tho President.
In tho Walkup poisoning caso nt Em-
porln fnn.' on tho Mill ovldenco for tbo
defense commenced tbo line being to show
thnt Walkup was In the habit of taking ar-
senic himself on account of disease. Eben
Baldwin of Lawrence gavo an account of
tho New Orleans trip.
BM. Matice Governor of Drutecac Ber-
via has beon murdered. Tho crime grow
out of political agitation. Several persons
havo been arrested In connection with tho
A rrtN of rich looking oro was recently
discovered noar Atlanta Tex. by J. tV
Adams nnd Dr. 'Hornldy. Trof. Paul
Fraugcna to whom a sample of the min-
eral was sent reported that tbo ore as-
sayed $200 per ton In gold aud $1M In sil-
ver. John McCullouoh tho demented trng-
cdlan who wan brought from the Bloom.
Ingdnle Insane Asylum Now York to bis
home In Philadelphia recently In a pitiable
condition Is reported to bavo been percept-
ibly Improved by tho cbaugo to his qwu
A riniiT has taken plnco on tho frontier
of Montenegro between Albanian nnd
Montenegrin troops. Tbreo Albanians and
six Montenegrins wero killed.
The decrease In postal revenue for the
past tlsrnl y enr Is larger then wns expected.
Tho deficiency will probably amount to
DisrATCitiu from Perlguenux France
state a frightful accident occurred nt
GhaneeUde quarries near that town.
While a Urge body of workmen were en-
gaged In taking ont stone tbo quarries
suddenly felt In destroying a village sit-
uated on tba ground above tbo stone pits
and killing a largo uuiube'rof persons.
A nrcx.w dispatch from Winnipeg says
that a passenger train collided with rf
freight train near Bnvnnne Several per-
sons were slightly lujurod. Thedsniag
uaotmVtd to f IOQOVO
Secretary Wliltner on Naval Tnril Ap.
polntmetita Ills Letter Aliout Cruisers.
Wasiiinoton October 20". Secretary
Whltnoy has addressed a communication to
the commandants of tho Navy Yards at
New York Portsmouth Norfolk and Mars
Island requesting reports from the beads of
tho bureaus In tlio yards upon tho results
attending tlio appointment of new foremen
and tho organization of n new force. Tlio
Secretary also Invites the commandants to
mnko such observations as they may deslro
with roferenco to tho efficiency of tbo now
foremen with a view to determine whether
In any caso mistakes have been mado In
their selection. Ono point on which In-
formation Is particularly desired Is whether
any ono of tho present foremen has selected
men not good workmen constituting an In-
efficient force or has appeared to bo gov-
erned by political considerations rather than
In tho Interest of the yard. In connection
with tho report of the Naval Board regard-
ing the cruisers tho following letter written
by Secretary Wiitncy August 11 to Mr.
Vanderpool counsel for John Itoach Is fur-
nished for publication.
Pin: At our Interview this morning I said I
would put In writing tho course which I In-
tended to pursue with tho Huston Atlanta
and Chicago embodying- my expectation
wlt'i rcferonco to them. Mr author ty Is of
course limited by the terms of tlio contract.
My viowof tho matter Is tbat tho present cir-
cumstances call upon ino to oiorclae n fair
business Judgment with rozart to tbo boats
and 1 think It would be folly for the (lovcrn-
ment not to toko such steps as nro found to
bo necessary to complelo them In ncconl-
nnco with tbo terms of tho contract nod
specifications. When tho inventories have
bcon mado nnd the nppralsal contemplated
by the contract hnd I seo no reason
to doubt tbat my decision will then
be precisely what It would be at tho presont
tlmo namely: ' . ndcr existing circum-
stances tho Government should rescue Its
property brnvnlllng Itself of tho terms of
the contract and carrying the ships forward
to completion. In doing so Inasmuch ns lu
tho end It Is practlcallr ilono nt the expense
of tho contractor (because an accounting; la
provided for nt which tho bataneo of profit
nnd loss is struck for or niralnst blm). I
should acorn It entirely proper whllo
keonlng control and direction of tho"k
that It should bo dono In tho yard
of tho contractor and with his force.
The plans aro thcro; tho organiza-
tion Is thcro familiar with tho ships:
and tho necessities of tho Government
art fully met If an exacting: supervision Is
retained nnd control over tho forco Is re-
tained but tho work Is conducted with tbo
foremen and force which tbo contractor's
yard la able lu supply. In this way probably
greater economy of expenditure would be
effected than In any other war nnd tho large
forco now out of cmnlovment would bo nhlo
to rcsumo worx. au this
ei press Infor-
taauy nsmy tntpmion which I bao no rea
son to suppose will for any causo bechanced.
It. In fact results from tho necessities of tho
situation and Is tho only oourso which seems
to mo good sense end husinose judgmont
W. a Whitney- Bccrctnry of tho Knvy.
FATHER AND SON. "
Tlio l'ntlier or Maxwell Calls Upon Ilia
Wiljwnnl Bon nt tlio St. I.mil Jail.
St. Louis Mo.. October 20. A llttlo be-
fore ten o'clock Saturday morning Samuel
N. Brooks father of the prisoner Hugh if.
Brooks alias Maxwell charged vlth tho
murder of Preller appeared at the Four
Courts accompanied fcj his attorneys.
Colonel John L Martin and
P. A. Fountleroy. lie w taken
up stairs to the private ofilco of Cir-
cuit Attorney Clover where after a few
minutes conversation he expressed n wish
toseo his son In private. Arrangements had
been made by Jailor Slcgmund to have tlio
noted prisoner brought Into the Jail ofilco
and thcro meet his father thus avoiding a
dlsagreeablo scene surrounded by criminals
such as occupy colia In tbo same hallway
with Brooks. Tho sccno that followed
was sad beyond description. Tho old
man ho had come thousands of
miles to meet his only son though tho
foulest and blackest crime was laid
to his charge was seated at a
table and his bead resting ou bis band and
Ids faco of an ashen hue. As his son en-
tered he stood up and took a step forwat J.
The prisoner was very palo but otherwiso
betrajed no emotion. For a moment they
g.ued at each other In ono long
drawn-out look of Intense affection. Al-
most mechanically their hands wero clasped
and then they were in cacti other's arms.
Tears wero falling from tho old man's eyes
which lis In vain sought to hide. Tbo
father's grief touched tho unworthy
son and be too wept silently and bitterly
hot a word was spoken as they stood
thcro In that clom embrace two per-
fect pictures of deep sorrow and
better memories. Then tlio old man drew
back and again gazed at his son who whis-
pered some word unheard by nil savo tho
rather. Tho son then led Ids father to a
scat and all savo tbo watchful sheriff with-
drew and left them to their sorrows.
AN INSULT TO NOBILITY.
The Marquis or Lome Chased Out of
Ilrentford by Tor ca.
Losdos October 2L Tlio Marquis of
Lorno attempted to address a meeting of
tha electors at Ilrentford to-day In tho In-
terests of the Liberals but ho had hardly
begun speaking when tho crowd vthoso
sympathies wero stmngly with tho Con-
servatives began to assail him with rotten
fggs and subject him to all sorts of Indig-
nities. Somo of tbo mora daring
of tbo crowd clambered on tho
platform aqd hustled tho Marquis
In a lively manner and ended by smashing
his bat. Tho demonstration w as so threat-
ening that the Marquis sought safety In
lllgbt. So prcclpltato was his departure that
notwithstanding tho fact that a heavy rain
storm prevailed at tho time be did not vtatt
for his carrlago but un all the way to
railway station the howling mob pursuing
him uicanvthllo and pelting blm with all
sorts of missiles. Arriving at tho station
ho opportunely caught the train for Lon-
don or ho might havo received mora seri-
ous Injury. Ills political opponents next
turned their attention to his supporters
man of whom wero seriously handled.
They then took possession of tho platform
and passed resolutions In denunciation o(
tho Liberals and condemned In strong terras
tho policy of that party Hrcntfonl Is In
the heart of a strong Conservative district.
Tin? oxplnrcrs In tho Con-jo Vulloy
aroturprltcd by the crudity of lifo thcro.
Tho natlvos hnu no domesticated
beasts of any sort uor da they raiso or
catch any animals to cat ns thoy know
uothlnir of I'osh as food. No semblance
of clotiilnjr Is worn mid diet Is prac-
tically confined tu spontaneous products
of tho soil. Chicago Jteraltl.
--No modical man has over been
mado Poor In Kuglnnd. Thoy do not
fulfill tho conditions Indispcusnblo to
ennoblement A JVor must bo wholly
disconnected with trado or tho nctlva
practice of a profession and only such
iiorsons ns havo ceased to bo engaged
in tho oxerclso of a remunerative voca-
tion can bocnnssblod. Chicuyo 'lYibune.
Submarine telegraph cables depro-
clnto very rnnldlv. which noccsiltates
tho fott'ng nslilo overy j oar of what tin
Auglu-Aniorlcnn Company call n re-
newal fund. This fluid uow amount
t)SKi"ijow. a; r. mi.
A ball of flro which foil and ox
ploded In a Hold nt Shllob N. J a few
days ugo killed tho grass for a pacool
juauy yards nroim"' lio suot JV. J'
tfHH - i -.
trial of Mra. Wnlkup Chnrgod
With Poleonlrjjt Hor Husband.
Jnry of Old lleitdenls Testimony In-
troduced by the Stnte to lrnve the
I'uretias of rotson Uiperts
on the Stand.
EurORU ICa. October 20. Tho trial
at Mrs. Minnie Wallaco Walkup for tho
ill-ged poisoning of her husbind August
tl was taken upJn the District Court yes-
terday. Both Ihe State and defense signi
fied tliolr readiness fur trial and Judge
Graves ordered the defendant ' ''I Into
court. The following lurors we .
J. O. Cooley farmer CO years old;
Charles J. Johnson Swede farmer 49
years old naturalized; O. C Cassler farm-
er 40 jcars old; J. K. I'etcrman 62) eats
old; II. C. Adams farmer 53 jers old;
II. T. Holmes farmer 47 years old; J. 8.
Cook farmer 45 years o'd; Michael Myers
fanner. 43 yens old; 0. 3. Clark fanner'
68 years old ; J. M. Ilnn farmer 4( jrars
old; A. W. llugbce farmer b'i years old;
W. A. Doya tinier farmer 48 years old.
KuroniA Kan. October St. Tho Walk-
up case was resumed at nine o'clock yea-
tenlay tiinrnlng with a full court room.
County Attorney Felghan on behalf of tlio
State explained to the jury Ihe theory of
poisoning nllrged against tho defendant
and nhat the Stato expected to prove.
'Ihe first nlliieu examined was Kliencter
Paid win of Lawrence. lie tetlifird fo
acquaintance with Mr. YVallfttp; tbat tlio
latter was a lanre powerfully built mm
over six feet h'gli broad shouldered and of
chcei fill disposition. Ho and Mr. Wall up
went to the New Orleans Lxposltluii 'ast
December and lodged nt Mrs. Wallace's
liouse nnd bccaule acquainted with tha
tvully Including the defendant.
Mm Lizzie Walkup daughter of J. 1
Walkup testified that she went to C'jlc-
ndo five days after her father returned bona
with bis new wlfo; that she returned nil ttlo
1Mb of August and next day could not
find her sister's mantle and her own plunli
c'oak and jersey wrap; that she n'cawl
Mrs. Walkup of sea-ling them away Ir a
box; Mrs. Waiknp had the box brought
from the express odlcc to the boute md
asked Lizzie to see It opened. Lizzie did
not respond at once and when she did the
box was open and only a sheet and cup and
saucer u ere In It. A few hours afterward
Mrs. Walkup told her tlio servant glrl.Mtry
Moss had found the wraps In nciojet; they
were then on her (Llzzlo's) bed. Sh ac-
cused Mrs. Walkup of sending her mother
a silk dress; Mrs. Walkup denied this
I W. Carter testified that Mts. nl'.up
told blm that previous to marriage aha
thought Walkup well off but after his
death she discovered all bis property was
mortgaged. Georco W. Kcwmnit testi-
fied as -to goods sold .defendant
on her husband's account. Dr. Mort
testified to examining a powder de-
ceased hod which wns quinine lilt
cle'k testified to examining the rama
powder nt the request of the defendant. It
was quinine. fSeveral tlrugziata nere put nn
tliu stand and testified that defendant ap-
plied nt their drug stores for arsenic and
strychnine representing that sho wanted It
for a preparation. Dr. Jacobs testified to
Walkup's Illness and death and Court ad-
journed. Third Hay.
Ejiporia Ka.v October 22. Tho Walk-
up trial was resumed at nine o'clock yci-
tciday morning with a packed court room.
Mrs. Vlckery a neighbor testified tint
Just prior to and after Wnlkup's death she
bad conversations with Mrs. Walkup In
which alio claimed lo ha Innocent; that she
did nut know bow people could bellee the
reports about her; that a child twelve years
old would have bad more sense than to
bau bought poison at openly as she did If
It was to bo used to poison any body.
Mrs. Julia Somtnrrs. living next door to
Walkup's house testified to havlne begun
a comersatlon abunt dreams with Mrs.
Walkup the Sunday evening before Mr.
Walkup's death when Mrs. Walkup re-
lated a dream sjio had of Lizzie Walkup.
dressed in crape and singing "Itock of Ages'
whllo playing the piauo. Mrs. Walkup
went down town the Thursday before
Walkup died and got the oysters and pop
he Insisted ou having.
Mr. Hates druicxlst rrod'jced his Voiron
record book. He said ho had frequently
filled out tlio blanks to show the object of
w. Ho did not All out that of Mrs. Walk-
up's putchaso because alio bad said she
would and had not told htm tha purpose.
Tho book choned a dozen such unfilled
Mr. Hill dcUHrd the conversations of
Thursday and Ftlday preceding Mr. Walk-
up's death. In whhh Mrs. Walkup accuwl
him of bavin; been very cruel In telling Mr.
Wn'kup she bad po:oncd blm. Sho as-
serted her Innocence; said sho had no ob-
ject; he was the best friend sho had on
earth. Sho admlttod tha purchase of
strychnlno and arsenic as related by tbo
dnifgist and said sho wanted the strych-
nine to take tlio stains out of clothing and
the arsenic as a coimetle.
K Severy testified to statements mado to
him by Mrs. Walkup the day before Mr.
Walkup died as to purchasing strjchnlns
to tako stains out of Iter clothing and ar-
senic for her complexion. Sho told of an
attempt of Mr. Walkup about ten days be-
fore to shoot himself In tho head In conse-
quence of despondency of mind caused by
a letter from lus daughter Mrs Harry
Hood severely rebuking him for marrying
Mlnnlo Wallace. Mr. Walkup the tamo
day told Mr. Sorery that Ihe revolt er went
off accidentally and nearly ahot blm In tha
head. Witness described the holo In the
wall mado by tho revolver shot and tlio
cross-examination revealed that tho hole
could have been made by Mr. Walkup's
standing up to shoot himself In 'he head. If
he stood where ho bad Intlma'od or by bis
silting down on the lied to shoot himself
through the head 'ihe angle of the hole
could not hae como by the accidental dis-
charge of tho revolver either s'andlng or
allting. If tho ball pissnl near his head.
D. U. Kelly and Hen Whrldon diugglsts
testined respectively to selling Mrs Walkup
arsenic the first ou Sunday August 16 and
mo laiu-r un zuursuay August -U.
Ml Llzzlo Walkup testified as to Mrs.
Walkup's distress on Friday ut belnt
chargttl with poisoning nnd her de.Val of
It- Mr. Walkup told her lie old not say she
was guilty but the evidence looked that
way very much Witness picked up tho
box of arsenic dropped by Mrs. Walkup on
tho porch and burned It
The Hov. W. 0. Siiodgrasa tutor of tha
Melhndlal Knlscopal Church kworo that ho
met Mrs. Walkup on the. street near her
homo on the Sunday afternoon prlvr to
Walkup's ilertu. Bhs commenced talking
to htm; nald Mr. Walkup was quite side
and desired that tho minister khould call at
tlio lioute Monday morning or afternoon as
she wanted counsel as shv was In trouble
He went to the houso ijt tlio appointed time
Mr. Walkup was belter nnd had gone down
town. Mrs. Walkup said that Mr. Walk-
up's alder daughter had written him an
angry letter and that whenever the letlet
was mentioned Mr. Walkup seemed lo bo
almost out of his mind and that ho was so
troubled ho had talked of committing sui-
cide and a day or two bntoia that sha had
bcaid tho exoloslou of a pistol up stairs
and on going up Mr. Walkup admitted to
bur that ho had tried to shoot liltuiclf
through Ihe head on account fit Mrs. Wood's
letter out prevaiieu on nun to give tier
tha other pistol At the tlmo of this dis-
closure she was lu gl eat dread ol bis ttlU
taking bi own lite and wanted his counsel
M to going to Mrs. Hood and trying to
reconcile her fo he father's good and tho
Mayieru o tilt taifllv
EiirontA Kaw. October 23. The Walk-
up trial opened yesterday wltb John
Thacber member of the City Council at
the first witness. He testified to meeting
Mr. Walkup on tho Saturday and Monday
previous to his death and that he teemed
to be In good health. He presided at tin
Council Monday evening.
Dr. Jacobs thrn look the witness ehaii
aud gave a dcbMlod description of his treat-
ment of Mr. Walkup during the latter!
Illness. His testimony sgrted Almost ex-
actly with that which he gave at the coro-
ner's Inquest He attributed tho complaint
toacuto Indigestion acxravated by eating
strychnine In vinegar and dtlnklng pop on
Thursday until after ho had been Informed
by Mr. 1)111 Friday going to show thai
Mrs. Walkup had been buying arsenic lis
thus concluded that arsenical poisoning was
the cause of the sickness and this Impres-
sion was confirmed by tho Increasing se-
verity of tha previous symptoms. He did
not treat specifically for arsenical poison-
Int.. Ha administered an antidote. lis
described the post-mortem examination as
showing arsenical poisoning and said. In
his Judgment such poisoning was tin
cause of deatlu Ills testimony was very
carefully given and was not concluded at
noon when the court adjourned. His des-
cription of arsrti cal poison explained thai
matter clearly and his testimony was
listened to with profound Interest.
The afternoon session opened with a con-
tinuation by Mr. Scott of the cross-exam-Inat'on
of Dr. Jacobs. Tho doctor gavo a
detailed explanation of his reasons for con-
sidering until Kilday that Walkup's condt-
t'on was an acute attack of Indigestion.
The Impossibility of always making a cor
rect diagnosis was explained. In explana-
tion nt hi reason for ttrnklng Mr. Walkni
was poisoned after Mr. Hill had spoken It
hi in. the doctor said : "It may not be possi-
ble for a physician to diagnosticate thi
condition of a patient by tho symptoms ol
the patient at any enr time but by the de-
velopment of those symptoms and tbo cir-
cumstances under which they exist"
Tho doctor went on to give an llluslrallor
by relating several cases to substantiate Hill
statement. Ills testimony was lengthy and
gave In detail his treatment of tho caso and
full explanation of arsenical poison.
Nothing In Walkup's case bo slid wai
lacking to confirm the theory of arsenical
rqtsnn and It would be absolutely Impossi-
ble. Tor any doctor under tho circumstances
to make a diagnosis of tbo case. Upon
crossexamlnatli'ii Dr. Jacobs testified thai
a good many other substances than arsenic
or Its continuous uso would "oditco fatty
degeneration of tha liver. Tlio greater part
of tlio day was taken up with bis examina
Dr. Gardner chemist testified as to the
condition of Walkup's stomach and vital
organs. Their condition Indicated arsenical
poison. Pending the examination of this
witness the Court adjourned.
Emporia Kax. October 24. Dr. Gard-
ner resumed his testimony yesterday morn-
ing and was cross-examined by Mr. Scott lu
regard to the actions of syphilitic affections
upon the system as compared with the k
pearances exhibited by the stomach llvei
and other viscera of Mr. Walkup. The
witness testified that syphilitic affections
could not. In his opinion have produced
tho appearances. Ho examination In re-
gard to syphilitic causes or results was
made by any one except himself. He did
not discover evidences of syphilis. II
conceded that medical praclloi called In
cases of arsenical poisoning for tho adminis-
tration of antidotes and taat had he been
attending Mr. Walkup ho wonld bavo ad-
ministered an anlldoto on Friday bad he
concluded arsenical polsonlug was the
The next witness was Dr. Harrison who
testified to takinc the viscera delivered to
blm by Coroner Frost to Kansas City and
thero delivering the package In good ordei
to I'rof. Jones of the Kansas City Med
teal College for analysis. Prof. Jones
was next called and entered upon a de-
tailed scientific description of the process
by which be analyzed Uus remains delivered
to him by Dr. Harrison. He then related
that as the result of his analysts be found
arsenic as follows: In the contents of the
stomach. 2:2-1000 grains; In the stomach
Itself 27-1000 grains; In the four ounces ol
blood 12-1000 grains; In the liver 07-1000
grains; a total or '.':v-iogg grains.
I'rof. Jones finished his testimony by ex
hlblilng to the Jury crysUtlzrd arsenic
under a microscope His cross-examlna
tlon was lengthy.
Dr. Frost testified that he received from
Dr Gardner and gave to Dr. Harrison thi
package represented to contain the viscera
of .1. K. Walkup to be taken to Kana
City for analyzatlon. The r.zz. part of thi
afternoon was occupied by tha trading of
series of hypothetical questions In turn t
Drs. Gardner Jacobs Pago and Frost 'am.
with their respective answers and brie
The questions wero answered at length
and the court adjourned.
Morphluc raters Newly Married Toum!
ITneoasclona In He J.
LtscoLN Neu. October 22. Last Sal.
unlay Thomas Wbllely and Josle Kutchei
were married at Ilcatrlce Last night tbo
couple carao here and gave a reception to
their friends at tho Commercial Hotel.
About ten o'cloek th's monilii-f falling to
come to breakfast or answer to the call the
bell boy was put over tho transom and
opened tho door. Whltely sad hit
bride were found locked In escb
other's arms suffering from poison which
empty bottles showed was morphine.
Physicians worked all day but conscious
ncss has not relumed t either and It Is Im-
possible to Irll w'aether they can borevlred.
Whltely travels for tho Standard .Shoe
Comr.ny of Jefferson City Tlio bride
bad been a waiter girl at the Commercial.
Whltely was an oplnm rater but whether
ha attempted suicide or took an overdosoby
accident Is not known.
THE CHAOTIC EAST.
Serious Mlsnndsrttandlng VYtlwtta Xtnsslt
New Tork October 22. K special eaKo
to tha Ucmld this morning says: Tho sit
uation In the Ualkan peninsula haa not Ira
proved. Tho military movements ot th
firuicipallties aro Involved in oourlty ana
t Is Impossible to obtain definite Informa-
tion. .Serious misunderstanding has devel-
oped between Itussla and Auatrla on the
eastern question. Notwithstanding the lu-
defatlgabla efforts ot tho Marquis ot Salis-
bury and the vigorous Intervention ol
Pr nea Illsmarck It Is authoritatively staled
to-day that the relation of tho two Powvn
are Increasingly unsettled and precarious
llolli CablneU have Dually disagreed. Pro-
petals for a fresh conference were next
made and ostensibly agreed te Negotia-
tions wero begun with this avowed object
lu view but It Is now announced that Hit
Powers have been unable to agree on tin
prclluAiarles of a basis for lha proceedings.
.. - m s i
flntoldt oC a Day.
Omaha Nub October 23. Peter Snel-
gart axed seventeen living near Hooper
Neb. look strychnlno wltli suicidal Intent
and then Informed his parents of what ha
had done A doctor was summoned but
young Swelgart died before ho arrived lis
had becoinn despondent and was subject ta
0U at rotlincholv.
i . ..-I.
PEAnoDY Kah. October 83. Th Ka
aas Synod of tha Lutheran Church met te an-
nual session bero last erenlmr. Thooptay
ing seriuoa was prtachotlby tM Kt
Troxell. ot Kms Cltr. the Aetiu rat.
dent who -Was subsequently e4M Vaat.
dr)t for the coming year
KANSAS LIQUOR LICENSES.
Commissioner Milter of tho United States
Hetenoe Service Instruct Collector
Lkavxm wonrir Kax October 23. For
soma time past Colonel X. F. Accra Collec-
tor of Internal Itcvcnuo for Kansas nnd tho
Indian Territory baa been beset by parties
for tho purpose of getting copies of form
cloven In order to ascertain tho names of
two thousand and fifty-flvo persons holding
retail liquor dealers stamps. Of these
about nine hundred aro druggists and the
balance sell liquor In defianco of the State
law. Collector Accra having refused many
of thcso applicants alleging that It Inter-
fered with the work In his office they
threatened to appeal to Commissioner Mil-
ler. In order to settle the matter. Colonel
Accra asked Mr. Miller for Instructions ant!
Is In receipt of the following letter:
N. F. Accrs Hsr)-. Collector of Internal
jtovenuc. Kansas; Leavenworth. Knn.
WaniiiMrrow I. O October lMa.-TittAO-env
UniunTMEST. Omcr. or Intkhmai
JtiVEKtJE. Sir. Your letter of tho 1st In-
stant has been received regarding efforts of
persons who aro Interesting themselves In
ibo enforcement of tho laws of Kansas
na;nlnst tho snle of intoxicating- liquors to
procure from tho papers nnd records of your
offlco ovldcnoe to support Indictment under
You say: 'Thcso peoplo frequently writ a
me demanding certified copies of form It on
nio here. In special cases thoy havo de-
manded full lists of parties holding tax paid
tumps as It. It. I) and It. M. It. I). In certain
towns. In certain cites; In certain couuiles
and ror tho entire collection district.
You nro hereby directed not to furnish cer-
tified op'cs.or an copies whatever of ro-
turns on Form II filed lu your odlcc. or any
lists of persons holding special tax stamps
ns retail liquor denlort etc In your district
nnd. In nnswer ton subpeenn duces tecum
you will declltio to produce thoso papers or
other rccu.tts and you will request tho
Urlted States District Attorney to appear on
your behalf and state to tho court your rea-
sons therofor td-wlti That iheso papers and
records como to your knowledgo and posses-
sion In yourofncml capacity only t that they
relate to tbo business of your ofilco and
are Intended by law to eld you In tho collec-
tion of Internal rorcnuo: nnd that they are
privileged from disclosure on tho ground of
The listof special taxpayort to which sec-
tion IUIJ revised statute refers Is required
by the statute to bo placed and kept In your
offlco for public Inspection. It must there-
fore not bo removed therefrom even upon a
subpeena duces tecum.
Section 3.S40 rends as follows: "Each Cot-
lector of Internal Revenue shall underreg-u-latlons
of tho Comml.s.oncr or Internal
llnvenucplaco and keep conspicuously In his
office for publlo Inspection an alpbabeticnl
list of tho names of nil persons who shall
bnvd paid special taxes Hlthln his district
nml shall stato thereon the time ptaco nnd
business for which such spoclal taxes bnve
The words "under regulations of the Com-
znl4ioner of Internal Revenue." relato mere
ly to the placing and kceplnir of tbo list for
the purpo-o of publlo Inspection and do not
warrant any objection of tho publlo In the
examination of tho list. If tber make use of
tho.r privilege In a reasonable manner so as
not to Interrupt tbo work of tho Collector's
olficc. Whllo this tcctlcn was as you sug-
gest enacted solely to nld In tlio discovery of
persons who without complying with tbo
law aro or bnve been etupurcd In business
fcr which special tax Is required to bo paid
there Is no war for you to prevent those nho
Inspect the list from muklnf uso of the
knowlodiro thus gained for other purposes.
I tbouldnot ndvlse you to prevent thoso
who Intpoct tbo list from copying names
etc thcrrfrom If this does not Interfere
with tbo proper performance of tbo work of
your office itctpectrully.
Joseph 8. Mrixxn
A POOR HOUSE ROMANCE.
A Farmer ricks Oat an Unfortunate
Widow anil They aro Married Forth-
with. IIoNF.srui.E Pa. October 33. Jacob
Lewis a well-to-do farmer of this county
having been left a widower some months
ago. had great difficulty In getting a housey
keeper who would suit hluu A few days
ago he was In Montlcello and an acquaint-
ance there told blm he nilghfbo able to get
a good woman to tako charge of his house-
hold at the Sullivan County poor bouse
He went to the poor house. Mrs. Mary
Fitch a comely but unfortunato widow
was working at tho wash tub In tho laun-
dry After watching her for a few min-
utes Low Is told Superintendent Osborne that
If she was willing he would be suited with
the woman at tho wash-tub. The superin-
tendent spoke to Mrs. Fitch and told ber
hat the farmer's errand was. She stopped
work looked at Lewis a moment and then
wiped off her hands' and- arms with ber
apron and said she would marry him. Es-
qulro Hunt was summoned aud In tho pres-
ence of other Inmates of the Institution ho
married Mrs. Fitch and Farmer Lewis. The
two then drove to Montlcello and had din-
ner. Tbo bridegroom bought his bride a
new dress and other articles and then tho
two returned to his farm.
City or Mexico October 23. Tlio Lib-
eral Deputies In opposition to the Govern-
ment bavo got a vote through tha Lower
House requesting the Government to render
au account of tho recent a ilea of natlolial
lands. The Minister of Public Works ap-
peared and presented a written statement
of the contracts made and Immedi-
ately tho President of tho Houso
of Deputtes declared the House
adjourned. The Opposition Deputies
protested. Tuesday tho pollco bad to clear
the galleries of tho excited supporters of
the Opposition. Tho crowd made auch a
uolso they Interrupted the proceedings of
tho House. Leading Opposition Congress-
men say they will consent to have the dem-
onstrations of applause stopped. They de-
maud a verbal explanation of the recent
land aalce Much excitement U felt In'
WAsttraoTos. Octnber 22. The Post-
f master General bas appolutcd tbo following
lu Iowa At Wadena O. Ilcrraldlng; at
Hepburn Georgo D. Ilobbs; at Allison J.
JCAYIqwII; nt Geneva Newton iWilder;
at Gregg.' John WoikI rocks.
In Texas At Jacksboro Thomas F.
Ir. Missouri At Sau Antonio Joseph 11.)
Tayjor; at intmpvllle Andrew lluigli at
Klin GroreE; IL Young; at Gaston John
In Arkansas-. AtAkronretwayJJCcnn
at Jiussen y. u jtarciay ; nt j.ayion j u.
In Kansas At Altamont. Andrew .ill
Gerst; at Coal Vale Arthur Vale; at Ack-
ley Joel Edwards; at Aliuena Mrs. Jennie
Chord; at Leuape William Ik White
In Nebraska At Uartistoii C. I Smith;
at St. Uemard Uernard Shrocdcr; at Way-
land Frank D. Hodgklnson.
Ouaua Nra October 23. A dispatch
received at Union Pacific headquarters
states that last night at eleven o'clock a
mob of white men attacked a section house
at the old town ot Itock Springs Wy. T.
three miles from a coal mining town of tbo
same name. -The houso was occupied by
thirty Chliumen employed as railroad sec-
tion men. The mob yelled and shouted
fired volleys of revolver idiots Into the air
and bombarded the house with clubs aud
stones and smashed every window. Tho
Chinamen were filgbteucd nearly to
death supposing that another massa-
cre was about to bo perpetrated
iney rait out or the iioujo ana ped-
is yal Wedding
Paris October 22. Tho marriage of tho
Frlaccss Mario Fraucolso Helena d'Orleam
daughter nt tho Duke do Charlies and
niece of the Comte d'Patls bead ot the
Itoyal nouns of France to Ills Koyal High.
na Ptlneo Waldemsr sixth child ot Cltrt
tUn IX. King ot Denmark was solcuwiIaeA
to-day In the presence of a law wi bril-
liant aaaewbiaae la consquuee o the
polUIaal situation however the JOu erflb
JMUiaHs mm ntc uaaiina laiww w
and thaCtitttt tVa farts wm alto eonsiyto
StosM by bkt aosswee It boutc feared that
tiU pavUlcal fewe would H-Ue the oporto-
NATIONAL MATTERS. J
Orders lime 1 to l'revrnt Lund (lrMihtsJ
Onictal Chances Waahmgt n Hrlor.
WAsiuifaTOff. October 24. It Is stated
at the Land Office that nndcr tho presestt
practlco of that offlco when tlio publ land i
within a township aro opened W entry
through Ihe filing of plats of survey there
Is a rush of speculators and land grabbers
who often succeed IR securing tlio best land
to the great Injury of bona fldo settlers.
Moreover this class of persons have been
ablo frequently to leant when the plats ot
survey are to bo received In advanco of tho
settlers who nro thereby placed at a disad-
vantage. To correct this abuso as far aa
possiblo tho Commissioner of tha Land
Office has Issued tho following Instructions
to local land ofldes: "Hereafter when an
approved plat of tho aurvoy of any town-
il.lp Is transmitted lo yon by the Bnrvoyoc
General you will not regard such plat aa
officially received at and Med hi your ofilco
until tho following regulations havo been
' First You will forthwith post a notlco
In n conspicuous place In your offlco speci-
fying the township that has been surveyed
and stating that the plat or -survey will bft
fllrd In your offlco on a day to bo fixed by
you and named In Ihe notice which shall '
be not less than thirty days from the data
ot such notice and that on and afler such
day you will be prepared to receive appli-
cations for the entry ot lands In sich town-
ships. "Second Yon will also send a copy of
such notice to tho postmasters of the post-
offices nearest the land and a copy to each
clerk of a court ot record In your district
with t request that tho same bo conspicu-
ously posted In their lespectlvo offices.
"Third You will furnish thepubllcprcM
in your district with copies of such notlco
"Fourth You will glvo such further
oubllclty of the matter In answer to In-
quiries (for which you will charge no fee)
and otherwiso ns yon may bo able to do
wtinoui incurring advertising expenses"
WASinsOTOx October 24. First Comp-
troller Durham bas made a decision that
tho head ot a department can not grant a
third-class clerk leave ot absence without
pay and then appoint hhn to another posi-
tion with a larger compensation tban ht
wonld havo received as a clerk.
Secretary Manning has mado tho follow-
ing changes In the Heglster's Office: Hart-
well Jennlson of ow York Chief of tho
Division of Loans reduced to a fourth-
class clerkship; Paul Hersch Pennsylvania
clerk class 4 dismissed ; Thomas O. Heny
New York clctk class 4 dismissed. Wil-
liam II. SfliMon A. B.Woodford James It
Held and Lewis W. Wllholni special agentm
of tho Dorcan ot Labor have resigned
having completed their Investigations.
WAsntsoTO! October 24. Naval Con-
structor Philip Hlchborn United State
Navy who was sent last year to visit tho
principal dockyards of Europe has sub-
mitted to the Secretary of the Navy a long
report which Is said by high naval authori-
ties to bo a work of great practical value.
He visited tho yards of Great Britain
France Germany nnd Ilussla. He describee
technically and with much detail the shosw
docks dbclpllne and working systems of.
thoso lnstitutlans aud tlio vessels lately fin-
ished or In progress ot construction. Ills
report la Illustrated with photographs
charts and fino drawings.
Washington October 24. Tho root-
master General has appointed Ihe following
named fourth-class postmasters:
Kansas At Webster James McCotnb;
1-arkln ltobcrt C. Sweeney; Lancaster
John B. Henderson: BeamenL A. Kdnr:
Andover Archibald O. Burtons Whlto
Hail Mrs. Mlnnlo It. Hall: Hallowell G A.
Glbbs; Chant Charles JB. Brcckenrldgo;
Stllson IL S. Foster; Culver I W. Daw-
son; Cedar Point W. Doughty.
Wasiiimoton' October 24. Tho Second
Comptroller ot tho Treasury Is making a
thorough Investigation ot tha accounts of
tho Indian agents which are reported to bo
In a very bad condition and has already re-
ferred about a dozen cases to tho Solicitor
or tho Treasury for suit to recover balances
due tho Government.
Wasiiinoio.V October 24. Tho Fortifi-
cations Hoard adjourned ) csterday subject
to the call of Its president The members
except Secretary Endlcott left Washington
to visit tho large steel works of the country
Including tho Otis work at Cleveland tlio
Cambria Iron Works at Johnstown Pa.
and tho works at Pittsburgh Pa.
Ssr-r'an Catalry to ilia Front Tha Eaat-
rn Question Htlll In a Critical Conul-
Nissa October 24. Tho whole Servian
cavalry force haa been ordered to proceed
to the frontier with saoers sharpened. It Is
the prevalent opinion that the Govcrnmsmt
lias hitherto hesitated to adopt active meas-
ures In deference la pressure from tho
Powers. The publlo Is clamorous for war.
Loxdox October 24. M. Trlcoupls tha
warlike ox-Premier of Greece bas been
hastily and unexpectedly called to Athena.
Important Cabinet changes are believed to
bo imminent. Trlcoupls favors vigorous'
military action by Greece to extend her
frontiers at tho risk even of offending tha
ATHBJfs October 24. At tho opening of
Parliament to-day tho King in his speech
to the Chambers said that the rupture of
tho Berlin treaty by Bulgaria compelled
Greece to prepare to maintain ber Interests.
He eulogized tho patriotism displayed by
his aubjtcts In leaving their peaceful voca-
tions to muster under tbo Hag of their
country. He hoped the Interest nt tha
powers In the maintenance of peace would
tuablo tbcin to adopt practical measures
for tbo restoration ot a solid etjulHtelwat
among the Balkan nations. Thi Klosj's
speech was received coldly by tin ammi
CosmXTraorrjcOctobet at-Hfr Vn
Iladowjtz; tho UarRitw Ambassador hs bv
fbrmed tho lVirta that Prince Alxante(
has guaranteed that Bulgaria shall not dis-
turb the present order ot things. The
Prlr.ee haa ordered bis troops to avoid pro-
voking a conflict In any quarter but Joe
not liold himself answerable lor his neigh-
1 i a a
A PHENOMENAL FlEND
A Itavengcfut 11 rata Huns a Boy'n Mead
Tlirouc.li tha Cylinders of a Thrrastlac
Omaha Neil October 21. tuformatUw
was received here to-day regarding a mesitJ
dastardly deed committed near Waco Neb.
by a man named Brandt who wae nmnlm
a threshing machine. It rppears that a hoy
aged thirteen years while cuttlnSt bamta av
cldrotallycut Brandt's hand. Brandt h-
caine enraged and told Kto boy that I the eat
his hand again be would ma him throne!
the machine. Thu boy became uxcIM attd
lu a few minutes did again slightly ettt
Erandt's hand. Brandt thereupon selr4
the buy and shoved him Into the cylinder
head tint. Ha wsa Instantly billed his
head being almost completely tore (mm hit
body. Brandt fled but w rcclurd and
and taken to Waco whore he narrowly
i a s a N i
CAl't; OmAHtiKAtJ.oMo Oe.aa.bat ft
Last evening Ave mil was ot tWaj elty
Mrs. Yeope and Mrs. Faahesjsy eaitajs) ask
"or a drive accompanied by Mm asjtjayr
sovcnteen-months-oM child. Sacs faftast
the hroM was not faatwsad fntmif asm!
In going down a hill the
th hotsA whleh ra awar. UUMwrea' im
all out swl kMHatt t.Vt4ttkMt tnorV
WwMlktwfca o4 Mr. Wmtnuf akanl
fiaetussssL aaatssas wham tha --'
I ether miner Marie. MnUt era Ijrtiw fat A
wVw haa hrt " . Wstcaa MM .
pui BassesiatUy fatally sjtsja.
tivUleal omxJlttott st Dr. . 1 WtM
t auratM axpet nun uoot rtettsw r.m t
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