Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 23, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 18, 1886 Page: 1 of 4
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Devoted t (ho Interests of the Chorokcci Choctnw Chlckftintvs SomlHelcs Creek and all Other ImiUhh ef tko IhiIImm TerrMery.
CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO.
vinita ittblAN territory Thursday tfJBBiitf ary ie i88G.
VOL IV. NO. 23.
IT cost thrco hundred niid fhtrtir
I thousand dollitrs U) plneo llio Ohio A
Mississippi railroad In tlio hand of a
receiver iiml tiicn tako It uut ngoln.
V'TUB Conditio!! nf llin Sirnr Unm..
rid. fiilnatiu'ii wns until i. i fi.nrfni
pmtr fcimlllos wero stnrvlnjr. Many
l wi. tnston uyeart for weeks.
: - I
A i.Aimr number of petition wtw
presented recently In tho Hunan '
'KcprcaPiilntlM-a unrinif tlm nl.tlWv ut-
dim ofik-e of President of tlm tTitlled
hvATKnsiiHiT ncconiiinnled bv n
uwer Of linil)tOnL.1. lmssed over tlm
district of VLn.. Culm. moonlit-. 1...
Mroylng i10 cr0J)1 jn manv o tljo
Tlir. Scnntii Committee has deter
'mined upon an ndverso roimrt. nimn
Hho nominations of Plllaburyniid Chnso
io no collectors respectively of 'lloston
The Danish Hlgsdnjr closed on tlm
li in consequence of the notion of tho
ullcnls in the Folktthtntr. Tho Klnir
. wxs reported would dOcrco a tcnnto
-.'ip llnnnclal low.
Thk Western Packers nnd Canned
Goods Association bus decided lo pet!
tlon tho Legislatures of Missouri nnd
Jowa to tireak up tho practlco of
xcMialing dried fnilt nnd vegetables
nnd pat-king tliein ns fresji goods.
"William Witt:v S.uitii who first
suggested receiving and sending dis-
patches from n moving railroad train
and which was n-cctitly successfully
demonstrated h n natlvo of Charles
town Clark County Ind. n nu t
SpiIro Jn.U). Smith.
Lv the United States Circuit Court at
Jndianaixilis Ind. recently in thocaso
of Vorti-r tho Chicago & Great
Southern Hallro.id Company n decree
svns mado ordering tho salo of lh3
property. No bid of los that $5000-
O00 wMl bo entertained nnd claims nro
to hnvo precedence in the following or-
der. Dibts for tho lalxir and construc-
tion $200000; receiver's certificate
8152000; bonds of the Porter syndicate.
10000. Tho dato of tho salo wns
t The lletnll Shoo Dealers' Association
of America Is tho name of n new organ-
ization formed by the retail shoo dcnl-
ers at Now York recently. Tho plat-
form declares tho purpose of tho nj-
clation to bo tho advancement of the
r.VIino dcnlors' Interest in opposition to
all sales ot Mioddy goods and to take
measures to drive out of tho business-
nil dishonest and unreliable men. All
towns anil cltlos hnving four or more
retail Mores will bo nllowcd to oigan-
ire & branch association.
The prosppctlvo retirement of Gen-
eral Popo and tho death of General
Hancock leaves General Seolleld ns tho
only Major General with two vacan-
cies to till. Tho ranking iirlgadlers
1 x nro Generals JJownrd and Terry nnd
' w ftheir promotion will open a way to the
W appointment of two llrlgudier Generals.
jH Tho report Is current that Crook who
'"ji Is tlm next junior to General Terry
will contest for the Major Gentralshlp
nnd will bo backed by General Sheri-
' dan but the Proaldcnt Is nlleged not to
. 00 Hi lovo with General Crook nnd
moreover tho Sonato will hardly con-
sent to fontirm him over the beads of
Gcnc-Vals Howard nnd Terry.
I.NKoitjiATio.N wns recently mcolvcd
in Milwaukee through prlvato sourcus
. that n series of patent Milts hnvo been
f Vtennlned upon nnU papers in some
of them have been drawn up which nro
to bo brought ngninst tho millers who
mnko Hour by tho roller patent process.
ThuMiItnuro to bo brought In tho In-
terest of It. L. Downton who. In 1882
pot n patent on milling machinery
iihlch bears his name mid -tho fact
r ahnt they aro taken by n linn of paUnt
t lawyers of Cincinnati loads to the im-
pression that there may bo grounds for
them. A suit ngninst n wealthy Unn
of Ohio millers has already begun and
others will speedily bo begun against
tho millers iu Milwaukee nnd St.
I)k. G. !. Fitch who has been tlvo
ypnw In charge of tho Kakaako Leper
Hospital In Honolulu and also of tho
Government Dispensary nnd tho leper
settlement In Moloknl speaking of lep-
rosy In iho Sandwich Islands says:
'Tho disonso is not decreasing. Tho
natives are tlvlnsr off faster than ovur.
n. oo.. .. i'.. "... .. . .
in IJi2i Iu "'" proiiiumng 1110 snio 01
Jlnuoril0 tJ at'vc" w0" repunled nnd
Unco liil. rum8u " mi t iiiuiiiuiih
ymess 'omcthlng nwful. I nttributo
'L t)8 Jn Ice tho many frequent deaths
lAnt i T"r ''I Ifoiiolulu. Mrtlifftd
iico ino many
cur lij IfoRol
(nin ro nddlctcd to drink. I toll
nu. li""" "" '"v
1m fl'ltln flint t'Itttln ltitn.n
I plO '"' V"'I "i"iiii imi-uu
Jfru i''0m '0W l0r Hill bo JllSt
.jfpalf pcoplo left In thoWnds to
PCi i... n museum ns ctirioltTs .'J'
itiuuv us mmma ..
Cit-rAW 'f- A. IIvAttj of tho LWbI-
nnaJctt "na Lightering Company arid
'intent oi mo worK oi gottini;
cr nt Sabluo Pass on the. const
ofTexns "ns n aln ". recent
ly. Uelr'K iMorviewPU uy n reporter
l if.. lMir'nlIy ealil that tho Govern-
went bm' ef n8t'1' 'or on0 '""Hon
jh.miVt dftblno Pass linrbor Thu
Gocnincnt 'K'ne oxpect to got
twenty J:ct c' water wUU that sura.
Tho surT'y tno ungincer just com-
nleted i10"a " incrcascu nverngo
r j0pij r 'fco "" iiw imroor wnen
If J irmr.chcd. will show whero tho
-in bal ihlrty-Uve feet of water that
bis lnV .iched by Wharvc from fifty
turned on tlio g.is Vkmtfmljfl
on ino ueu u jooKd
OtjjMMpHfiak i nu
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
blonnod by Tolograpb nnd Mall.
IJT the Bcunte on tho Oth Mr. Loftahv trttHj
tho Commltttio on Mllltsr Affal ripoHd
'''' Jcani tender .roorjey j
XlSlltltJV 'kl10 i. coln ccrtUlcatcs nnd
1 iifinir n ti !-.
!"WlV"i'"TVoc. ino ponaio men took
Jtpftnu nfier ho t ilolmlo panted tho MM to
vxtend tho Iftwt or tho Unltr-d Htntpsnvertho
iinornnnlrcd trrrllorr south of tho Htnto of
J?.!"?. ?n.d known as tho "I'ulillo Land
Blrlii." Adjourned. In tho Houae after tho
report of committees tho Mil to pi event tho
cla ninrwnr taxes an et oil nnalnt tho
tloycrninent was debated nt some lenxth
nnd tho Homo went Into committee on tho
llalr-Rslinn Tax bill nnd tho dobato contin-
ued until rejournment.
lx tho Bennlo on tho tBth lit. lldar tot-
tered n resolution whrcn MM agrccA to ro-
qulrltu tho DinitnHtCo on Llbrnrr to report
.i. j..;.i.. ..t""i."y.t.'"i'. ""
Mnitl nM V1IIh mm
HuuHjinmrui ma jrT'n"nty jor inrnrma
t.on hi i to tho refusl Mtlllo Ass'stant Trcn.
I'irr."t.N.0K.rJ'Hhs '" reeclvo sh'pmonts of
Ji. 'i'VV .V"10 llvcr ecrtiricans there-
J?r;..6il"1?."lvcrlcbe followed andlho
niatturnnnllr went over. After an r'-
tlvo scM'nn the Benito adjourjin . In the
Ilouao resolutions of rtpixx-t t tho memorr
pi 'ln"!tlJlyFk "cro offered t.y Mr.
Min!l.".J.Vr OMnsians. which were adopted
and tmiruUio adjourned.
AVono tho bills Introduced In the Sonato
on tho llth was ono by Mr. Mitchell of Ore-
gon providing for the repeal of all treatlos
Kf.rmilnjF Ch"?f".! 0 .como t tho United
mates and rohlbitlhir the rcomlna-excont in
i!j. c?m ".' UPlomatlo or oniolal pcrionsses.
Tho bill to rcgulato thoproraotlnunf Welt
ro nt Kradiiatcs was nasel ntlor futnidert.
ii. "c"!t1?-. . tn O'cloek the IMhV
bllmat laid foro the FnAt.Whil HV
irSn tntik thn mini-. whR-h Minnimi.H
exrculivo M-ts.m Hi tho lloimo commit-
tees wpfriril When Mr. Adaroa of Illinois
onhcnAltor the Committee on llanklne and
(lirrcncr. rolled up the bill to enable Na.
tlonal blinking associations to Incrcaso their
cnpltal stock and chanfto thoir om ir
location. The bill nai.i-li Ven Kj: uars
I'Ji. At two o'clock thr) Itniite went Into Com-
"JJlceof the WlitJlbou the Fits John Porter
"Vr ..15. '"r a lonif dltcuislou the Houie
Tun Hcnnto was not In session on the
Utb....ln tho House after the refctence of
a larc number of Senate bills to appropriate
committees tho Hpeakor proceeded In tall
llm committee for reports or.n.MlVAto
nature At tho cnliclll on tot llie call
the House weht Into tMinmitlco of tho
Wholonnthciimnto VHlrndar. At lUcvcn-
Injf srt-i'im Ifitt House pissed seventyono
pension bills ind ndjourncd.
THE Beiint-) wns not in session on tho
I3th. . In the House Mr. O'NollI. of M'sourl
from tho Comrallteo on Labor reported tho
bill to protect mechanics laborers nnd ser-
vants In wiirps. Mr. (Ilbson of West Vir-
ginia submitted jho report on tho resolution
relallio to tho llell-I-uaniectrlo telephone
conlroversjr and !t wasrererred to the ilptts
calendar. The Kits John l'mc.blll tilcn
camo up and was ithcn) until adjourn
I'KttfiOXAL ANII rOMTICAL.
AnciiBisuor CoituiOAX of New York ro.
celveil a cnblecrnni from Home o lh9 lllth
that Archbishop Ulbbon Ol llnltlrnoro
ould lio crcatoil i Cardinal nt tho coming
. . tox United States Minister at Con-
stnntlnojile has obtained a furlough on nc-
couut of poor health and hat cone to
Hox. Jons O. TttOMrfoS tS-Serseant-at-Arms
of the Nn.lloils.1 llouse of Ilcprcscn-
tntlres. died HtHcattle VT. T. on the 10th.
Colonel Thompson held tho jxisltlon of
Land Claim Agent In Washington Terri-
tory by appointment of President t'lVe-
land nnd hail been cngagrd there ilnco last
summer. He was fifty-two years of ago
nnd a native of Ohio.
Tim Karl of Aberdeen tho new Lord
Lieutenant and John Morloy tho new
Chief Secretary were sworn In at Dublin
on tho 10th.
The President has nominated Stephen A.
Walker to bo United States Attorney for
tho Southern District of Now York Dor-
shclmer'e old plaoo. Sir. Walker Is Presi-
dent of the lloard of Education Now York
City; at ono time he was the candMntk of
the County Democracy for the Ofllce of Har-
rogate but was ilafeatCtl
Ex-GovKHNOll Betmoi-ii of New York
ojplrrd lit the residence of his sister Mrs.
lloscoo ConLltuc; Utlco on the night of tho
t2th. The beginning ot his ailment dated
from the time he received a sunstroko in
1870 finally producing ccrebrr.1 effusion.
Ills widow was rejiortcd In a critical condi-
tion ot health.
A insrJLTcit from Louisville Ky. of the
12th laysi Henri Wntterson's illness has
developed Into a complication of kidney
and nervous diseases. He had suffered a
serious relnpso and was dangerously 111
A nisrATCH from Washington of tho 12th
says: Mrs. tlcncral Sheridan has been
dungerously 111 fur nearly two weeks and
her life has been despaired of nlthough the
tacts nave not tiecn maiio known to her
THE remains of Ocneral Hancock Were
consigned to thoir last retting place In the
Norristown cemetery On the 13th. Tho
services were held at Trinity Church New-
York and wcro sltnplo but impressive.
A MAX named John Cokeler formerly an
emjiloye at ltoach's ship yard recently
confessed that ho murdered John Bharji-
less the Quaker farmer near Chestor Pa.
November 2J last. Ho said ho mado the
confession because he did not wish to see
tho negro Johnson under urrejt punished
for a. crime be did not commit.
HevE young girls were tnken out of a
skating rink at Iloston recently charted
w ith Immorality. It wns claimed they had
ueen ruincu oy ireiueniin ino place
James Steeiis an agent ot the Calfomln
Mutual Accident Association was caught
In a snowslldo amoug the mountains near
Uutte City Mont. recently. Steers wns
an bngllsuman who bad but lately arrived
The Military Committee of the National
House ot IleiiresrntOttives has decided to
recommend the construction of a f 100000
soiuiers' nomo west of tho Hocky moun-
tains. Tub scurlet fover epidemic which began
at Bbcnandoah Pa. In December contin
ues to rago and Is aggravated by unsea-
sonable weather. Upwards of 300 children
havo been carried oIT by tho disease within
two weeks and thero aro over 100 cases In
The Crawford divorce suit In London
Involving tho scandal afTcctlug Blr C. W.
Dllke ended by tho divorce being granted
without evidence belnc offered of the at.
leged complicity ot Dllke In Mrs. Craw.
Tiutixrss failure for tho seven days
nded February 11 reported to It. O Dun
& Co. numbered for tho United States
SiSi tCanadn 87. Dullness casualties con-
tinued very numerous In tho Western and
.Southern States and In Canada.
Dfnixo the dqcp fog of the tlth. the
Austrlont)rk Kraljevka from Marseilles
Tnn?4t.rock ou BBt shoals near
PhllsdelphU Tha llfc-Tlnjr crow of
Daraegat station wt to her assistance
when their boa was swamped and three ot
sue iuh wcro arownw. The crew of the
bark fearing that the life-guards wouti be
unable to wrve thenf had left the vossil la
.u.uunuti. jS capsixsq na sank-nnd
on tlWSSlCfciet OMMitna &
Mexican UtHt! kud Un wrongs J by
X4lti MojijwtU (" '( '
""l"1! mo urn to incWMA it cmclcnor
25 ft"?U"& JnlrtA'lFKl nnd pproprl.
BntlKno holsery operatives at Leicester
Eng. recently paraded nnd wound up by
smashing the windows ot the mill.
The number of sliver dollars In circula-
tion July 31 18S3 was 312101 December
31. 62811271 and February 10 Mfol3flV.
llKAtrhilnsSVernrepOrlcd causing heavy
Idous lrt. tho East tho Delaware river was
MgW than for yearirt bridges were re-
liprfcd swept nwAy nrtd trarllo was Inter-
rupted. a extra freight train on tho Cincin
nati Hocking Valley & Toledo railroad
caught thro section bands running a truck
loaded with rock ou a doublo-dccked tres-
tle noarVlD'oii O. tho other day. Tho
men deserted the truck and clung to tho
trestle but two of them wero forced by tho
scattering rock to lose their holds when
they fell to tho ground forty-five feet and
were fatally Injured.
A xt'MDEH of nngllsb'non Irishmen and
PcotcliHlch fnVornblo to triib.homo rule
met in London tho .other hlgh't and were
addressed by Lord AnurnbsUl .loWpU
Cowcn nnd Justin McCsthy. Resolutions
wore ndonted fAvorine homo nilo And tliA
esHbllstiracnt of a British homo rulo asso
It was reported at Liverpool on the 12th
that n largo firm engaged m tho cotton
trotjo had falledi
A Vtnrrf lurm of hoc cholera Is rnfrlni?
Viear Hlllsboro 111. A farmer has lost over
eighty hogs out of drove ot ISO within a
short tlmo. A largo number ot other farm
ers aro also losing hogs rapidly.
A ntsrATcn from Jackson Miss ot the
13th snysi The House Assembly yester-
day ajiprovcd a bill Incorporating His
Kansas City lllrlnlngbam fcMctupblsi'alt'-
way. This Is hh eteslorl Bf Iho lTarisas
City Fort BcBlt&Uhlt system.
AV-ttiilbiktt to A Clilc-nen nnner It does
l6t appear that cattle losses during tho
present winter In Texas Kansas Colorado
Dakota and Wyoming hnvo been heavy.
Reports from Texas show losn-n of IU i )c'r
cent. Prom Kansivs tho number frozen
during tl-e ISIS fearful blizzard is put at
t'.OX) Instead of 100000 as has been stated
heretofore. In Colorado tho losses are not
over tlvo per cent and In Wyoming ono per
Hixce the recent riots In London tho Rus-
sian Government has renewed tirgtltblitoTis
with Knglntld wltu tho object of Inducing
thftt clJuOJVy to Join tho International
Icaguo for thn extradition of political crim-
inals. The boycott Instituted agnln3t tho Wil-
mington (Del.) flatty lttpubllnm by the
Typographical Union and Knights of La-
bor has been ofllclally raised tho publish-
ers of tho ItrpvUleftn signing sti ngreement
to employ union printers pay union prices
and "to tnako ample public tlpologies to
th.l organlzatlSHs nforcmerMoncd for Vari-
ous Unjust attacks published 'ii the paper
The flood reports show serious disaster to
bridges railroads and. hildlngs In various
parts of Ner Cbgland but no loss of lifo
we? Ve'orted. Tho total damage In Massa-
chusetts could not bo estimated but will
reach at least $1000000.
Oeokoe Q. Cannon tho Mormon apostle
was nrrestcd at Wlnncmuccn Nov.. on tho
llth for polygnmy. Cannon had bceH In
hiding for neatly a year.
TUr lAhdoh Missionary Society has re-
ceived advices from Zanzibar to t'je ef-
fect that two men who havo returned to
that place from Usegua report that they
sa-.rtli.uup Hannlngton with fifty men ot
his expedition taken crt tCr execution.
Tim nnttUftl Electing of tho American
Agricultural Association was held In new
York City on the 13th. Resolutions wero
adopted against fraudulent butter.
The clearing house returns for week
ended February 13 showed an Increase of
3.V0 compared with the corresponding week
of last year. In New York tho Increase
NINE dyrinmlters were nrreited tho btheir
day at Madrid. Subsequently A liynamlto
cartridge explosive Apparatus revolvers
nnd a nurntler of red flags wero found on
the premises of a shoemaker known to bo
Idcntllicd w Ith tho Spanish Socialist party.
The Cummlngs hotel at BL Rcorgo Ont.
burned early the othor morning nnd two
Inmates N. Case of Axbridge nnd Joseph
Armstrong ot Ilrandfonl perished ill U1A
flames whllo others barely escaped by
Jumping from tho window's.
Tntlitr-rivn freight train bratenied bit
work tho bthcr night. They had been re-
ceiving 151 per month nm!" demanded t05
which sum the managers refused to pay.
Tho brakemen stopped all the freight trains
nt Uretna outsldo of tho city limits and
wouia not nilow them to proceed.
itEGAitmxa tho antl-Chlneso movements
representations have been made by tho
Chinese. Minister at Washington lud ob-
ject being first lo lhvoko the protection
ot tho Federal Uovcnimcnt; secoudly to
lay tho foundation for a claim of money
Indemnity similar to the claims that tavo
been advanced by the United HUt In n
largo number ot cases and pUld by China
ns indemnity fur Injuries sustalued by
American cltlevqs in that empire.
TllR SctiaU on the ISth discussed the
U..2 grant railroad question Senator Haw-
ley presenting a bill relating to tlg.sKa-
tlon of railroad lands. In tho UoulOr.
Hanback of Knnsas presented a riXU-
tlon relating to tho Pau-ElectriaTelephoad
The third nnd fourth class postmasters of
the United Rtatrs met In convention at
Chicago on tho 1Mb.
One ot the walls ot a cotton storehouse at
Tompklnsvllle L. I. burned a few weeks
ago fell tho other morning. Five nirn
wero seriously nnd one probably fatally In-
jured. The ship carpenters IhKpHag Wells nenr
Detroit struck tvVthtly against au Increase
In working lime without a proportionate
Increase In wages demanding au advauco
from (3 to tSJU) per day.
John M. Olovku Congressman from 8t
Louis has filed suit In tha circuit court
against the Miuouri Jltpubllcait In which h.
asks $100000 damage for au nrttclu pub-
lished In that paper February 8.
Tiik Queen of tinglaud has sent a dona-
tion ot llifl to tho London relief fund
which on the 15th nmouuted to 130000.
Wonx In tho Anioskeag mills at Man-
chester N. II. has been suspended 0000
operatives being ou strlko Tho weavers
domanded 20 per cent lncrens) In ngs
and tielng refused struck and Visiting tho
other mills drove out the operatives. Tho
agent shut down the works and the police
drote the strikers from tho yard.
John U. Oovau the renowned temperance
advocnto wns attacked with a stroke of
apoplexy at Philadelphia tho other evening
while dolivrrlng a lecture. His condition
was pronounced serious.
Two Americans havo been expelled frotn
Uolsteln Prussia for "having mado them-
selves troublesome to thi authorities "
The Drltlsh steamer Douglas trading In
Chinese waters has been wrecked and the
Captain and soventeenCblQtimou drowned
A son coal pool wsi agreed upon recent-
ly on a basis of 115000 tons to the Penn-
sylvania I.QOJ.tiOQ to the Baltimore Ss Ohio
ud 600000 to too Norfolk ft Western and
Chesapeake & Ohio.
Tn Fort Smith is Boutuirn Rsllwav
VF WaWf VTVPSs"
WT 1 -. a-. ift
iNOTIIEIt SOLDIER GONE.
Doalh Of Major-Qoncral Wlnflold
The Oallai'it Soldier 1'atrlolie citiion an d
1'erfeet JIaii Iteeelies and Answers the
llnal RuminonsltniT the Mctra
New YonK Feb. 10. Tlio whole coun-
try wan shocked yesterday afternoon by
the brief telegraphic message from Adjutant-General
Whipple on flovcrnor'e
Island announcing the death of General
Wlnrkld H. Ilnilcock Kfnlor .MajopUell
ral United HtatCH ntmy and Commarldet
of the Military Division of th AtlattllHi
Tins ead lrileltlp;eilcS was lnirncdlaUly
conveyed lo the remotest corners of tHh
country and as If by magic the flass
appeared St liAlf-msst oU the various pub-
lic buildings In the city.
Within an hour the telegraph wire lead-
in 2 Into tho headquarters was burdened
nlth messages ot condolence and tender
sympathy with the bereaved widow
whose grief Is overwhelming and of
tributes to the General's private and pnli-
llc virtues as a citizen as well as to his
greatness as a commander.
The new ot his death was all the moro
startling from the fact that f w of his lm
tlmatc IflfiUls had hit; knowledge that his
Illness was considered to he serious. As
lato as Saturday last he was In his private
office attending to his ofllclnt duties.
When ho went to Washington t '"o weeks
auo to-day a sllgh' eruption on h's neck
m-ar the base of the brain gave him some
uneasiness and tho Inflammation in-
creased so rapidly that on Friday January
29 he hat It lanced by l)r. O'ltcllly
the attend tig Mrgcrilt ri Waalllrtgloii-
The frildl oil Eontlnuptl . lo dlspharga
freely Snd Ihfe lojs ot blood . was)
such Is to make a very .perceptible differ-
ence In bis usual robust appearance. Im-
mediately alter his return to Governor's
tstanda week ago the General rent for
Dr. John II. Jancway attending surgeon
of the department who soon perceived
signs ot a carbuncle. To his experienced
eye the evidence of this was unmlstnka-
blc. Tho next day tho carbun-
do appeared and It gradually
grew worsf . although Dr. danonaV
did )l0l eonsldb): tljo Jcohdlilon bl tils'
Illustrious patient past the point ot
speedy recovery until Sunday night
tho 7th lust. w lieu decidedly unfavora-
ble symptoms set In accompanied by dc-
llrnm. The mnladr had then touched
the brain nnd there appeared to be gootj
emu ml for the opinion that tils days
Proper nourishment consisting of con-
ceutnittd heef tea milk and stimulants
were judiciously administered. Colonel
Charles Sutherland medical director on
the Maid co-operated nlth Dr. Jancway
In attendance on the patient nnd the
General cheerfully assUtcd his physicians
by compiling strictly with their illrcc
lloiis. lie rrCrtgntrcd their supreme
authority under lle4i bli'turiislariccs aild
like n true soldier to the last he obeyed
all nrdets ol his superiors. Although his
condition tins al.irmlng his puWc was
regular and he rested easily up to Mon-
day ctctilug nnd during the greater part
ol the nlglil so that the hope of ultimate
ttcoiery was by no menus nbandoncd.
Oliver Itusscll. the General's brother
In-law watched by his bedside and did
not notice any dceiih-d rhattge Until at art
early llodf litis lilonllnrf. iletivceit ME
ami tlvo o'clock the General bccairle rest-
less khd was unable to take cither medi-
cine Or ilourlshmcilt. Tlio physicians
we're called Immediately and they sent to
this city for Dr. D. M. Stlmson of No. 7
West Seventeenth street an old friend
of tho General's who arrived at ten
In tho consultation which was held the
physicians wcro unanimous Iu their diag-
nosis ot what soon after proved to he l
Intel Illness This was to tho effect that
the General was rapidly elnklitj from
exhaustion caused bjOlh.loM el Vitality
InkldiiiUollib j)dcfM drain upon his
Constitution made by the carbuncle com-
plicated and aggravated by chronic dia-
betes. Tho General soon fell Into what
appeared to ho a quiet slumber.
General James 1. Kr wHo ban served
on IlrtntoJk s staff as au assistant Adju-taut-General
having herd that Ids old
commander was III arrived during the
morning and together with Drs. Janc-
way nnd Sutherland. Mr Oliver Itussoll
hospital steward Robinson Wardi the
General' faithful private Messenger arid
Daniel his young colored servant were
In tho room watchlri add waiting itllpii
at seven minute be'Iditi lilted O'clock the
lillal fldmtnoUs Came and the great com-
mander passed anay to Join the noble
army ot his departed comrades without a
The sorrowing spectators of this peace-
ful and Impresslro scene wero still
standing there tu though tiMiitthpd
when the CAjliedwl flock MM lilaiUel'
niece tit IHe tilling foom below sounded
Id lu three sweet-toned strokes. Then
they fully rcnliicd that nil was over and
the sad Intelligence was publicly an-
nounced. A representative of the United Press
was dispatched Immediately tdOavonlor'a
Island. He was alloned to look nt the
Gcncral'n remalilsnllhld aj!hoDrerll!s
death. Uenentl ltdricu'dk lay on tho bed
In tha iAyj mtural position In which he
died lu the simple second-story chamber
"Ith Ita windows facing west and sout'i.
Iho General's head was toward tno
north In whose cause ot National IntegrUr
ho had rendorcd such conspicuous arid
Important service on thrls4fAnbit$l)altie-
fields ot the rebellion iVllA which the
honor of trie union dtta bis own renowu
must bts forever linked. His face
Vs turned toward tho South whoso af-
fection he had fairly won alter tho war
was over by his wise bcuctlceut an-l su-
premely just administration nf Affairs
during the reconstruction period when
though nctliia under martial law end
clothed with all the. power which IhsUru-
piles he kept his awdrd within lu aftoath
ud nssertrd 1116 sil pre; nla:y ol civil law.
As tar ns Could Be learned no ucilulU
arrangements for tho lanarill bal beeu
agreed upoa t)i to a lata Injur last nlgUt.
U was lUU.I bjr Che of the staff officers
Urn Mrs- llaucock had exnrcc'i herself
ss bclug opposed to ainniury fuuerali
that It was her desire that the fuiiero)
srnuiRementa bo a slronla aud on-
Dsteuutlous i possible! The place
of Interment has uot yet been
died unou. but it I thn nr-i KAi.t
ti- vAi.A .. . . n. " WT
.. uMiHivfu ra wnoro the
parcnta and only danahtar. xllt. tvw
urled will ha eeltcted. nM iuq slid
and most Intlmalo friends would be In-
vited to attend tho obsequies nnd Hist
only eight or ten olllccra of his Immediate
BUffnndtt small detachment ot soldiers
wodld Accompany the fcnlalnS td Ui
MAJOn-OENXRAI. W. S. ItAVCOOK
was born In Monts-omenr Conntr.
February II 1S:. lis RrmluatoJ
iv ess I'on:
lit In till served malnlvon frontier
duty till ISIS and afterward In the war with
lloxlro. He was brevele'l as nrst lieutenant
for Ksllsnt and meritorious condu t In the
battles of Controras and Churubuseo From
.SH to 1S.M he wns Again nn frontier Idnty In
various parts and from I.Y to IMI was
quarternmster ot the fcoathorn District ot
At tho breskinit ont of the civil war he was
recalled to Wnililnstfin. mi I trnl mtil
llrlgadlcr Usnrral of volunteers Septetnher
14 imi. Kurirtsr tho peninsular campamn
he Was especially cdnspbi
auotisni the battles
iurj ana r i
8 siihsofjiirnt cam.
paunin Maryland at tl
tnnntiilri dtul Ati(lsttti4
iiaunin Maryland at the
Battles of Sautll
HaVlHi benn tiisde llilnf lletteral i cordl
inanded A division at KrcderlckSbut; and
ClianrellorsTlll i. On July 1 1-1 the nrst
gay of the battle of (Jetlysbiirff bo was sent
v General Meade to de-lde whether a decl.
Ive hauls should be Riven there.or whether
the Army should fall bsek. He reported that
Gettysburg was Me place to flgiit and took
Immedlato cominanJ until the arrival ot
In the decisive action ot Jnlv 3 he com-
manded on the left center which was Iho
main point assailed by the Confederate.
Snd was a-ivereljr wounded. For his o -mines
t UettysburK he received (iluy 30 1M4) tho
thnnks of Congress
Havlnit been dltahled by his wound he
was on sick leave until uarcn. lSrlt botni
raeanWiiiloenxaxedln rccriiillM tliBS-.eon
arcn SA betn
hrmr corps niitcil was placed under his
fOrilmstl I. lid tooW the rtetlt edmltlind o
tills corns it tile Urienlinf of tile eittrlnmun d
isnl and bOre a prominent part In the"
battles Ot iho Wilderness (May S n);
Bpdutlan'A.Cdmt ll dso Otax vtO) and
Itild North AnrMMnyl2iillierecpnd bat
i ui 4.ni iinroor iuan jt mm ino opoin-
irnnrf Jllttnxj. ami thn
ttons eronnil I' tersbnrs until June r whan
his wound breaking out he was a short tnno
on sick leave He afterward resumed com-
mand and took part In several actions .mil
Novqmher W yli n ho wns callcl tUsia-
uicjoi to oryanlie the first corps ot voier-
tins. l e - - i
After the close of trie tsr bo was n'aeed
sncesslrcly In command nf the Mlddlo lias
pnrtment MH ) the liepnrtmeni of Mis-
aourl (Irvvt )nf I-onlilnni undTemi (1-W7 a).
ui tfasoia iin.u-fi) anu. on in neain or
General Meade In November 1S7I ot tue te-
pnrtment of the Ksst.
In Iho Democmtlo National Co"
belli at Kaw York In Jul v. l-s.s. he iiMiran.
illdslo for tlio the I'reMdentlat nomination
recelvlnir on the first ballot 3l'i votes out of
)l7i whleji numhr :iijiifuy irjcrctsed to
Hi( on thocUhteinih this belnx nltllthii
exception oi lll'( cast for Pendleton on the
twelfth ballot the urentest ..amber of votes
Klven to any candidate for the nomlniilon
until the twenty-second ballo. when linn-
Ho Seymour received the unanimous vote of
General llaneiek was afterward (June.li.
lsi) nomlnite I for President on the lecon I
ballot bv tlis Kiitlonal llernnrm lo f.'nnven-
tlon hold In Cincinnati ant wns defeated by
James A. (Jarflel.l lit November by A malorfi
tv ol iHlvidnn eleeio
. 7M dlA-qloeU ye't flnr.lv cdnVitss 'l4.'.e Irl
this contest hj- tiie 111 ller-Jndldiltfi and
Uift ralui klmist lnd ftej-cnt manner In
which lie roeeived the news of Ids defeat are
tno fresh In tlio public mind to need recan-
Itulailon litre ns are also lilt many noble
uttrrancei ant deeds on ureat occasions;
notably the part he took In tho Grant obnj-
qnlea General Hancock's death and the retire-
ment of Usnerat lop next week will leave
Sctmflet't the only oniour with tho rank ot
Maj ir-Gsneral In the country.
Had the General lived to the Hth ot
the present month ho would have attained
his sixivsccoiid year.
Mc.ssigr's. o! cloiidoleilCd liavrj becd
podrlug Id iron all points" since tile ncnt
of the General's ilcath bcc-tltle known i
Among those received up to 11 p. m. nro
Kvrcirrtvr. JUisiov. .
Waiiiviito Feb. s.
To Mas. GK-ran. IIancoi-k. fiovr.nson's
Isi.vtn.. S V eeept my .heartfelt sym-
pathy and condpleneejnyour terrltdi bo-
rfiivEment. llio lieldlsm and rrortli of
your lata bushand have (fathered to jour
side In ih'a hour of your nnilcllon n nation
Slt'llCltl GltOVKII Cl.KVKI.lXtl.
St. Iii'is Feb 9 IwSH.
To Gr.iitnstW. I). Wnirei.K Govi.uxtin's
Isi.smii. V. V : General Mlxnertiasbecn here
nnd svys Hancmlc Is deal. Is It possible?
I mn.t to to tno llnruett llnii-c Cincinnati
to-nUht. Tciarrapll ins lln-rc dm t do
tirtythinz tji manifest iny lovo for him and
WAiiiiOTOf Feb. 0.
To Mrs. Y. 8. Hascock- I hnve this mo.
ncnt heard of the death of Gencrnl Han-
rock nnd wish to express to ym m dear
Madam my deep sympathy ami condolecr--.
The army has lost a very dlsilnjruls mi nnd
faithful micer and the country one ot Its
lsntnSsMI.il. tmL. feb. 19.
iiAicocK-i am naine'i nn'
a fl. 1- aiJn.Mi is...
to Ida country and many frcudi eearrcly
.u .. ... juo.pv.. au .. ic.'j. ..uu
I tender you my bea-tfett sympathy.
) h. ll. r-auMsn.
Ittciisinxti Va.. rb. 9.
CojoutniTrt Orriemi Govinion's Isr.-
ami: .Ml partlss an 1 nll.flss.es In Vlri'nla
d-ptore the death of General llvneock.. 1 i'S
country mourns the los ot n s'inerb i'dlef
and A noble elltssn. I porannallv Brieve that
n true friend lias son". I'letsa et me know
when General Hancock will be Imrled. I de-
sire. It po.-slble.to attend the serv rea.
.CofixKi. WitirrtB. OoVKnxon's isLAtm
the lUciltenant'Ocnefitl .dpslrS to he ad"
sited na totlle.rlt-sqt lit. incek reU-
IU0 in her uuscucd funtrsr
ii. a ilniTsi. .
The Iteeelpl 9f the Sfiti nfGeiirral Mats-
rorli'a Uritlll III Wasltinatoli.
Wasiiinitov Pcb. 16. At two VJ-itk
yestenlay afternoon a telegram wns re-
ceived at the War Department stating
that Major-General Hancock was critical-
ly 111 and at three o'clock A bniletlu was
recoil ed b Ibe wVitrit t'.llo.l Tele ;rap!i
Coirlpany amtoilticiilg li Is ilealh. A short
lime afterward au official dispatch con-
veying thb shd Ihtslllgcncc was received
fhe liie;s mi tltrj fjsrf'illiie Slitrisjdil and
War Department were Immediately upon
receipt of the latter loitered to halt-mast.
Thofollonliijexecaltio order ws alto
tssbwj 'iy tiie lTcsident:
U'tii(dT(1.r' n. . if. r t. I
duVedpiUliHi WirliU-l lodl lt"H
Seflior Mdwt irteral of the 1 ns
ot lbs lTnliol state) have lien Just rroelve-1.
A patrlmle an I vnttvnt defend lr of his eoau-
tr an anls nn t heroic sold er. a smll- si
and b'h-o npllshed RBntl'mvi orownwl Miks
wltli the laurels of inilliirry renown rtn.'l
the Id tl-eit tribute o' his fellow countrymen
to his went! ns I ollllen tie lias rone i his
reiTitrd It is MIUW ti-A'.eVert inArv of oil
ilcf'silH t alidid I he iiS.I1 to bis BlkmirV
Tuerefora it ii u m on
riirrirti ll IS H id nr l-rnl Ui- lli
lent that lliHNetlortn (lAi h llliU
bsll-niasl uitiil tll ttld biirtdlil ts dl ill's "i
e'-ullvo department i In lids city until aftel
the funeral shall have taken plHte.
Secretary Kudlcott's reception to armt
ofTUar.s which was to have hln jflvmj
lari!g)ti ttH rldilpDBctl oi soon as the
san news was received.
The news of General lUncocV death
was rccelvetl at the oaplul tiy tho tale-
graph company aud the respective press
associations a few minutes past thrco
o'clock und Immediately bulletined to
tho .Senate and Houjo ot HiprosdnU'
lives. In tho former body Ucintot
I'ryc who was .it the dialf lutr
rupUnl the brorSedltljfS Rtsd ttad thf
dispatch til the lluUfa ot llopreienta-
tlves the bulletins received by the United
Press wCnS paised tlroiliul nuioilj! tlitf
luenbers ort both )dgs ol the "-lumber.
Honored Uy the O. A. H.
ScniNTOX Pa. Feb. 10. Five thou-
sand persons attended tlio G. A. ll. en-
campment last ulght. Hesolutlons ot
sorrow lot the death of General Hancock
The Gallant Leader ot the Clover
Leaf" tho "Superb" the "Nobla Bon of
the Keystone Stale" were unaultuously
Uiolutjoq Pf Sorrow hf a Kepubssn
.-"! TttTStmt SISBE. alBPt .
BUniAL OF HANCOCK.
The Ijst fnd Scenes' The Trip tnXew York
The Bervtees Conslcnment to the
Nkw VonR fetr. i8; (JoVeftlOf's Island
was visited by a rating storm Friday night
and was banked with fog and apparently as
Isnlsted Saturday morning ss a rock In m!d-
ocean; the roarlntf of the steam whistles
and the occasional distant fog horns were
tho only Indications o'f Its nearness lo tho
(treat city. Dclween sevrn nnd eight
o'clock the guards of honor drew
up In front of tho General's
mansion. Then rsme a detachment of 200
soldiers from the several fotls. In the
meantime the widow of General Hancock
accompanied by Mrs. Lieutenant Griffin
and Mrs. llotirlrr entered the room In
Wilch the hero's remains lay and took a
tWllrijr look ill Ills fat!? JltS. llolirock's
Wlel was fillifUl; 5h() kbed bcr husband's
forehead vihllo the trWJJjtel! UU f (olft her
eyes then tho sank Into si chair nnd would
have fallen to the floor bad kindly hands
not come to her nld.
I.IIAVISO TUB ISLAND.
The detachment of troops dranupoot-
slde then moved down the winding path to
tho rtcamer Chester A. Arthur which was
to receive tho patty. Tho mourners wcro
Lieutenant and .Mrs. Grlflln Mr. ind Mrs.
Jl err lam Mr. and Mrs. Homier. Colonel
ltusseii and Wife flhd Mn. W V. Ludlow.
Mrs. Hancock On the adtlcd ot friends
(lid not learo het home nut JIM.
llnuticr remained with fur. It waS
precisely 6:30 o'clock when tho first
fenn was fifed At Castlo WilllslP. ftnnotinc-'
lliif that tlio bpat was ready to leave hit?
dock. Th body had been placed In Iho
cabin. Krar It sat tha mourners and & few
officer. On the deck wero cstherM tho
onicrrs Slid soldiers. A moment later tkS
Chester A. Arthursnungout Into tho stream
ind steeled for tho New York shoir.
The tie by this time had lifted sufficiently
to lve those on boltd t stealer n view
of tho harbor. Tho passage across 'H&S si
short that few vessels vicro met. At nine
o'clock the coffin which had rested for
few minutes at the barge ofllce. was lifted
from the trestlo by tight soldiers who
carried it to the hearse with four horses at-
iachml which stool waiting on thu plaza.
pottr Smlthlc.i ot the Vifih artillery un-
der the command ot Major Jllthard Jack
son bad preceded tho cotUu and vVetS
drawn up in line on tho street while tho
pall bearers stood with uncovered heads as
the coffin caused.
AT TUB CHt'IlCn.
It was nearly nine o'clock vthen the
march to Ti hilly began. There was no
lliuslc and only tho footfalls of thn police
jinil military tlf.otl tho pavement bfoKO the
(inbltsiTtSlle.ucei At precisely lert o'clock
Trlnliy Chbrcll tti reached by tha car
riages containing the pall beatc'r.t Uho ert'
tercd tho sacred edifice In this order i
Hon. Thomas F. tlayard. Secretary
ot State; William T. Sherman Lieu-
tenant General retired; Philip A.
Sheridan Lieutenant General; J. M. Echo-
field Major General; General W. Ik Frank-
lin General James F. Pricks Ilrlg-adter
Wi.tal A. II. Terry lliltadler General
tohtj NciVtotl UrUadiet Genetil O. 13.
Wilcox Genctal W. F. Walkers Gen-
eral F. S. Hatuhorfi. Colonel tt
11 Wllsort Snd Malor W. D. Miller.
Tho church wai densely crowded with d
great throng of rieople atsoog Whom wero
many eminent personages. Tho prCccsxInrt
inoiol sloug slowly up thn aisle to iho
altar the clergymen lu front of the casket
and Immediately behind them General Slier-
fnsn and Secretary of Slate llaiard. Titus
they wendeil their way to the clisncel. Tho
words "I am the resurrecflbi? SJid the life"
(ditch came from the ministers' lips werfl
distinctly heard throughout the strtic-
ure. After the four gentlemen abovo
mentioned came eight stalwart soldiers
ocaring the casket and on either side of
them marched the pall bearers In the fol-
low. nff order I General P II. Sheridan
ticrleral Wi H. Franklin General A. II.
IVrry General WllJolt A. Mllet yeneral
W. F. Haul) Smith General John Kevflbrl;
General James Ik Frye General J. M.
Sehofield General O. 11. VI!cox Cental
S. C. Walker Mr. Hartshorn. Colonel W.
P. Wilson and Major W. D. Miller.
thu si nvirr.s.
Tlio casket was deposited on the cata-
fsltpio In front ot the altar and tho pall-
bearers Were Allotted the first two pews on
either tide of the main aUle The choir
fchsnlcd'-Lortl it Me Know Mr Kud"
after nltltll Itftf Hay; p. R UoOdrtlM. of
Governor's Island iAU Hie lefstln; vtlilcll
was taken from I Corinthians. I. SO. 'flit?
choir sang "Hock of Ages" and then gath-
ered around the cnftln whrre the burial
senlco was rendered In an Impressive
msnii'ef. The anVhjm "1 Heard a Voice
from Heaven" was iuL'j by thjj nuntette.
Tho ltcv. Dr. Motgan then read IhS lrdV
l'rajrr. 'Iho funeral procession then
marched duwn the aisle to the main en-
trance where the caket was onco more
placed In the hearse eight lion-coiniuj-
! oticu oiucers luting ino sicei casket to
licit SHotllfeM end feplMlhrf It In the
learse. Tiie gcileirtl corieae iliBfl tctrrn nl
to the bargo ofllce Where the steamer O
nhs In rtattihg to convey (lio funeral patty
lij Ji'lJey I'ltyi whete 3 special train tras
In waltlus to convey the patty to riotttf-
town. at Tne TOMB.
XomusTOWJf Pa. Feb. 15. The funeral
train bearlnx thn remains of General 11-m-rack
mads tha journpy from Jersey City tn
IMS Plato Without untoward Incident All
Albna this rbbto them wrtmen sod children
were out to see the a.l;o tit 1 lio black
robed cars testifying their respect and
honor for tho biave defender of the Union.
M I'lilladpiphla committees reprrscntlme
the I)jaI U-e on arid t!'e eltlzens awaited
the train. Among the distinguishes l'enit-
tylvaulsns were Governor Pattlson and ex-
Governors Ho)t and Harlranft. Every
public organization In tho cliy was repre-
sented In the process'" t-Mch attended
Uit Hodv to jlfl lrttten-. The dty
was thronged with loJfttl from the. stir
rounding country. Too military salutd
was died from four cannons which were
trigged through tho city to Iho cemetery.
The ceremonies then ended. The vautt In
which the great captain's mortal rviiulns
found n testing place was a stone stiucluro
blrht feci hie.li with a root ot cranliefuid a
Htiotwny swell and a half feet from tho
tfuUn". Thero is ho lll!c'tliU'tl stiinluro
on the exterior snd thn vault Itself Is very
plain and midt-rrd tieoiAlly Inconspicuous
from the fact that It Is built In tho raco ot a
-Tho iiuriticil hi ol t.hjfeh'a Ivooli
which has been introduced. Into the
dm" market under the name of lano-
lin ia said to possess romarkablo sus-
ceptibility to nbtorptlon by tho skin.
When ono thousand parts of it nro
mixed with ono part ot u soluble metal-
lio substunco nnd applied to the sculp a
mctalllo taste In noticed In tho mouth
vvltiiltt h IcVv tulnutes. It is thought
llio sUbslahCo will bo of greut value fur
blnlmcnts; rV. 1 Bun
hosldfi (lollcohuiUfilako Imprcsslva
romurks wlitch find thoir way into
prl'it. to tlio cdlllcatlon of tho public.
A friend writes this of ono of our own:
"I walked with a Now York policeman
along a block dUcussInir tho wicked-
no of tho great cl.y. Ills Johnionlan
English soon took my car. Ho con-
cluded the discussion withi 'The troubla
of it is yon eee. this city is tho entry-
pott of a conglomerated lot of hoto-
rogencoita cosmopolitans."' JJojton
- - -
Scoor I'ecamior a iioxkaa capt
yiorntlo Seymour Passes Away
Ullen N. Y.
Utica if. T. Feb. 13. Kx-Govemor
Seymour died at leu o'clock last night at
llio residents bf fits' sister Mrs. lloscoo
Conktlnir. Tho Governor begsn to fsll vis-
ibly at four o'clock yesterday Afternoon;
Shortly afterward he tallied a little but
soon relapsed Into total unconsciousness.
During his Illness ho experienced little. If
any physical suffering and yesterday ho was
wholly without pain. Mrs. Sejinour who
Is very 111 sat with her husband during tho
afternoon. Most of the tlmo the Governor
rested peacefully and bis condition could
enly bo distinguished from natural sleep by
the ashen pallor of his Countenance and bis
labored breathing. At 8:no Mr. Pcymour
was sinking rapidly Ids pulse could scarce
iy be counted and tho respiration wis
irioto and more difllcult. He expired with-
6t'it a stfugglc Slid as peacefully as If fall-
ti7b frrty fmrnf fmitviora.
There was no Ilnproveiieftt in the Gov-
ernor's condition tn the mnrlllhir. lie was not
as stiong ns be was Thursday flfift the
symptoms were not so favorable. liccause
of Incrtjslnc weakness tho coiidlllon was
otto of tiuccrtalnty. II took so little nour
ishment only the smallest sips of milk
nnd thero wns such a failure of his
digestion that his physclans felt less
Pnsv about hlui. His mind was clear.
though ho t.1S A little delirious now nnd
then as nnjono would be In Ills condition.
Ex-Governor .Seymour was thought lo bw
dying ntt: 10 O'clock and tho member of
his family tteto hastily Summoned to his
bedside. At 4:1U p. m. ItvtaS announced
that c-c-Governor Sejinour was dylmc nud
thai ho could not survh e moro than su hour
and m ght die tt any moment. Gatheiea
about tho dealli-bed tvlien lir pasacl away
wero Mr". Seymour nntl lift c'stcr Mr
Nelson of New llrunswlck N. J.; the Gov-
ernor's brother John F. Seymour of Utlca;
his slsllfa lliiy LmcUacn and Mrs. Cnnk-
ling. Dr. W. E. 1'Wd and Judgo Dulger
causk or DEATH.
Governor hejmour's jilijslcal ailments'
dated from a suusi.oko which befell him In
tno summer of 1870 while he wns at work
on the roads of his town as pathmaster an
bfilte. ivldcli bo was wont to say he had
asked lot. The Itmnerilato ranee of his
dealli was cerebral (7'uslon( the tisnal pro-
cess of death In o.d aee. As- Jet rtoarrange-
mcnls haiu bteu made for tho lunrrul.
Mr. Sejnmur suttered from vtttlgo aftef
tho sunstroko and neicr entirely regained
Ills former slrciigtli. He disliked to admit
tho Infirmity and when pressed to labor on
behalf of ilt. Tilth n winked bejond his
strcnifth and seriously weakened Ids sys-
tenij Ills ennrass for Hancock In 18S0
mado kgalnsl his physician's orders nearly
completed IhS ttfck of Ids health and
rltwed his lKlltlcAl l.'bht Jj Mrj ternioui's
Illness had of lato W0iti d tlio cx-tioveniof
and hastened Ids dee.'ue. Ho seemed
nnaro of approaching death for thn pat
ten Uajs but said little ou me subject.
COLD FIND IN MEXICO.
liicllrnirut In Clilluialini Itleh Veins ol
Kl Paso 'ttx. Fcbi ll Somo very rich
ore samjites ot gold bearug qnaftz reached
this City to-oay from Old Placers and Gna-
daloujKJ ttt lllamo County State ot Chi-
huahua Met. The iJMn'toucd placers like
those of California gulch neaf f .-advllle
Col.lmve now become n buy mining c.tmp
Americans ns well as Mexicans am llockimr
tlillli"f in search of gold. Great scarcity ot
water In lbs facility makes this commodity
command a fabu'loUa t ' Ir- iltoman
Gueirero. member ot llm Mexican
Congrss arrived hero to-day and
saj a this new discovery Is likely to prnva
of vast linrortniicc ou account uf the great
tiuautliy found. Don l'raucl-co Kutz of
Clillili.ilniB sijs that dally many cirjroes
tthieh mo cniili'alrnt to three bundled
.-m"lenn bounds resell tho city where
gold ilu-t is sold at SfiS i or ounce. A num-
ber of citizens of 'he Statu ot dataea were
the Hist to uncover the new fields and their
mine is rrimrtrd to contain Ivventy-two
threads ur paj -streams of gold In one fis-
sure vein. Tho city of Chihuahua Is much
oxcltcd over tho find aud has sent General
P.icheco Minister of Public Works sam-
ples ot llm ure.
Tho ll.-tncuck funeral.
fioWustnwni Pa. Feb. 13. Tho local
cotnmlttco Ot nrr&nemenls has not an-
nounced any l rogrammtf f&r Ibe obsequies
of tho lain Major General HnncOck and
probably will not. Tho remains will be
taken fiotn tho ears nt the DeKalu street
atritkTf bf the IVniisjlsaula & Scliujlktll
Valley iallaj r.Jn-ie hearse and sixteen
carriages will be in viaitlng The train will
I rocecd Willi all visitors wlio rvefer remain-
ing on board to tho station at Ibe cemetery.
There will be a large proecsaloii of citizens
but probnbty no organ tin lions as sueJi iu
lilie. Tlm visitors eteui ting the icmalns will
bo" entertained by Trot Lowo at his resl-
dete near the cemetery
Kkw YonK. Itbi 1S.-Mrs. Hancock
passed a comfnttablo nlgltl Hull fcsUd bet-
ter than she lias any Hum since tho Gem
eral's death. The Sicrelnry of War will
arrive here this mornliiir aud will proceed
et once to tho battery where a c-irrlagd will
be In walling to takeblm to Trinity Church.
After th foneral he will probably arcoin-
pflliy llui fUuefal tfltl) as fr ns Pldladcl-
phla. Coiumodoro t'liBlnllef has detailed
Lieutenant Nlebola of tho navy (0 f.roeeed
to Governor's Island and tender (huirral
Whipple Ibe use ot a steamer to transport
be' tTP trm Governor's Island to New
'ork and afletSanl t .leitey City.
Kkw Youk Feb. 12. .V cable special lo
the Herald dated London sajs: Tlio per-
ititMt teftis.il of Mr. T. D. Sullivan Lord
Maiorof DubllU; to acouletce In thocitndl-
ilacy of Mr. O'Shoa who waa electeil to
Parliament fur Galway to-day IiU given
Mr. Parutll consiilerabte concent and It I
hot likely that Mr. U'Shoa's election has
convinced Mr. Sullivan that his opposition
was a uiistnke. Tho loyal support which
Nn Mehnol Davtit tins alien Mr. Pnrnelt
has. howeM. largely reduced the Intlueuco
ot Mr. Sullivan's defection mid grtatly
steadltd the eoulh'cncu ot Mr. Poruell and
Tho intelligent compositor camo
across J tho Words: 4Cr.ket on tho
llnarth." With his t a al perception
ho saw that crlokot on thu hearth
was nonsense. "Of course" I o thought
It Is Impossible to play cr efcet on n
hearth; evidently It should bo 'heath.'
Cricket on tho heath' means some-
thing." lio made tho emendation and
another gray hair was addod to tho
editor's wmteu!iijliat. I'Oefifi 2Yuh
Tho proposed universal day meoU
Willi no encouragement from nstiono-
iners. Upon tho proportion to count
the hours of the day from naught to
twenty-four in civil llfo ono of them
says that It will scarcoly over bo
adopted for nobody (oxcopt perhaps
alolc people lying In bed) will havo pa-
tience to oount tho stroke of the clookt
up to twenty-four If. Y. VW6nc.
"Ingenious as was Josh Billings'
spellings says tho Boston 5trorcipf
"b.oBverexoUl ts-i fonctio systera
1 as illustrawd ia tho diary of Sir. Jeanie
Senator Mitchell TVunu All Chinese to Mas
Washisoto Feb. 14 Senator Mltetv
ell of Oregon yesterday Introduced a niw
anll-Chtnrso bill. After reciting tn a pre-
amble that all treaties which inhibit the)
United States from absolntely prohlbltlne
tfio comfnr; of Chlnrso to theUnlteil Stater
aro pernicious to the pcaco domesllo tran-
quility and f erlcraf welfare of the United
Slates It provides ns ft flist section that
treaties between the United Slate) and tho
Chinese empire In so far as they ncognlie
or permit the comln" of uninoss to too
United States. and Inhibit the Government
ot tho United State? from absolutely pro-
hibiting tho coming of Chinese to the
United Slabs nnd all acts of Congress)
which In any manner or upon any condt-
tlocs rccoanizs or permit tho coming to tho
United Slates of Chinese whether subject
of thu Chinese empirtf or otlicnr'er aro
hereby abrogated set aside and repealed.
The section of the previous Chinese act
providing penalties for violations of Hiolr
provisions was ro-cnacted as nro also tfiosa
providing safeguards against Chinese un-
lawfully tfitetlofC the country with such
slight changes' ru file) necessary by tho
provisions of the first two sections of the
The provisions ot tho previous acts rela-
tive to the removal ot Chlneso found to bo.
unlawfully in this country aro renewed Its)
la nlso the provision prohibiting courts from
admitting Chinese to citizenship. All tho
terms conditions prohibitions and penalties!
of the act are made applicable to sll tbn
Chinese now In this country who may at
any tlmo hereafter leave tlm United btatns
and also to thoso who have been In tvo
United States and have already departed.
Section 'J provides that from and after
tho passage of this net It shall bo unlawful
for any Chinese whether he bo subject or
China or otherwise as well as tlioawho
nro now withltt the limits of Ibe United!
States and who may hereafter Icavti the
United Stiles and attempt to return as.
(hose who hare never been here excepting;
such us may bo duty accredited to thn
United SMtcs as diplomatic representatives).
Including other tfffcers of tho Chinese or
other government traveling npnn the busi-
ness of that Government together Willi
their body -d household servants to cmue
to or wllh br lard at or remain tn any
part or pli 'within tho United Stain.
The roinliia ot Chinese rroos lo tho
United States eveentlinr IIio-hs j.orvont ex-
empted tn the ebuTo parturrapli s abso-
Iiileli prehrMted 'after tho p.issao nf this
act. . ..- .
THEp COKE TROUBLE.
5r " mmimr
Th Blilksr Stilt Iltseasslnir TfiHr C.lrw- CUli
' uei-ACoiiefslo. jj 'tho
j li lauuiiuu in-! cu i. ooverni uivstie-- i
Ingi were held in the coko region yesterday
two of V.lilch wero socl'ltstte gAttierlngs at
Morgun's station. Nearly 1000 striken as-
sembled In the afternoon to determine on a
course to effect tho release of tho men ar-
rested for participating In tho Lradfnnl
riot Tho strikers say that none ot tho
men arrested were there and they protest
ngalnst the men being committed to Jail
vilhout a hearing.
A larae meeting was beld at Mount
Pleasant 'yestenlay morning composed
mostly of Hungarians from Moorwood.
'f'li ham been tinahlf in nlitaln thetr
shnre Ot lh donations and therefore np- ''
pointed a committee of their own and cs- JlJt
tabllshed a commissary. The presiding fui
officer made an Incendiary speech In tho ent
Hungarian lacguago which was loudly era
cheered nnd cau-ed several fanatics to die- sji-
play their weapons 55
Superintendent Van Dusen.of IhnBeeaon M
works au Independent company offertd bin Hto
miners the ndvanco of ten ir cent awl It Jr
Is expected that tho men will return to work ii
ou Monday. '
THE DEAD SOLDIER.
A Subscription In Itchalf of General Han-
PiiitADEtrittA Feb. ti As soon as It
trcsme known here that General Hancock
l.ad no adequate fortune to leave his widow
a movement was set ou foot tarslao a fnml
for her benefit This fnnd Iwn'bcen irtwt
by the gift of 81.003 each byitessrV4 "
Drexel and George W. Chlds and Ik) Ht
have been corpled with tho promso et
"more ff liescsary." f
Nnw Yonif Febv J'J. General Hancoclc
dlcdjioor and tiie fact being known to his
f riruds and comrades a subscrl talon fund has
href) started for tho widow. Tho plan hb
originated by General W. F. Smith General
J. ti Fry Williams llnrnesind T. I. Critton-de-j.
J. l'lerrcpont Morgan Istrcasurer of
the fund. These sums have been signed:
Bamuc) J.TIldcn tUtO
Will am It. tlnco ... Wl
M. It llronn SM
J. B. Cnuiui ns . so
Tho circular accompanying the subscrip-
tion paper says tha General was kept pour
by thd calls upon hi official hospitality ami
tho constant charities which he gavu U
thoso In distress.
BATTLE IN THE DARK.
ABliertrrand I'osse lUvoa Fl;lit WKMliU-
lawa Near Tahlcquah. I. T.
LtTTtt! Hock Ark. Feb. 12 From art
Indian Territory special It Is learned that a
fatal light occurred on Mondsy night scmo
miles from Tatilcquah between Sheriff
Drown and a rosio and a party of outlaws.
The ofllcers overtook tiie desperadoes ou
tha roadsldti and upon demanding them fo
surrender wciv answereil.rvllh a volloy of
bullets. The flro was nu:rnel by tho
sheriff and hla men. Tho combatants
rouiiht In Iho darkness filing at random.
Sheriff 11 jwn had two flnwrs shot oft and
one ot ids jww wat woundeit Tha j
ssllants were bailly worsted William Cloud
being morwlly and another man eerlmuty
woundeit Cloud was an ex-Federal soldier
from Arkansas. The other wcu escaped
with slight wounds.
Uulet At Oljniplv
OtTMriA W. X. Feb. IS. Yesterday
ono hundred and twenty tespousible e'tlrons
organised themselves Into a home guard
and were svvotu In an deputy sheriffs ofib
ceted as regular military company. Every
thing; was quiet dtiriig the day anil tho
procpetts are that there wilt ia no renewal
ot tho dlstuibance. Hetzel Bate sbU
Goodltnr three rmglesders In Weilnesilay's t
deiqensttaiion. had a prelffsiearrrMmlssvSS
ln t-iialuiiu rtaifrsrn ta iitsirsast i itlrt - Mt
on the cliargu of riot and wem bou;d vtft
null iisuiuai uksuiw iiivinv hsii vrrsn
in tua turn or cs.uvo eacu to await tin na-
tion of the grand jury.
I i i S i i ' J
St. Lor Mo. Fell. J9.Tho 3til)lif'
Valley Daily and Crvanrry Aocltloi
met bete yesterday. President Colawn. t
CoinmlMlootr of Agriculture In (kit ehair.
Mar or VrancU welcomed ttw ste)i(atesw
7'iesldent Colman. In his annual adfrwav
said that ths United Suttss urisd aij'i'
ollwr cocnirirsui ins nsuneer oi nsnen rosaa
and product ot milk ih vaitw t(thlasv
iser being 7SM. and Iha ktt.aMill
tk tsHMr S.SW9.SWSX0IM I
WBileMtAtitUHr MsMWet wsst te
issarily lot tha
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