Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 43, Ed. 1, Thursday, July 7, 1887 Page: 1 of 6
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Devoted to the Interests oftlio C'licroltccs Choctiiw CliloUiisiiivs.rlciiiliioJci Creeks nnd nil Other Iiitllitn of the Indian Territory.
CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO.
VINITA INDIAN TERRITORY THURSDAY JIJLY 7 1887
VOL. V. NO. -13.
'Hi-u.xn"berl -:- Lixmberl
By L. J. TROTT
Tlio public nro invited to hco tlio immense slock of building mntorial
kuptnml to noto tbo prices which defy competition.
Nono but CASH orders solicited. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
UNION STOCK YARDS
Tho Only Wholesale Yards in Bt.Louls Accessiblo by Rail
and Water !
1. t.vcry rnllrond entering 8t. Louis
'-'. Toms shippers ato Informed t lint
Iron Mountain it Southern rnllrond can
niess nhrlnknco thnn tn iinv other.
.1. Thcso ynrds hnvo tho peculiar ndvantneo of being located on tbo 8t.
Louts sldo ol tho river from which flto hundred thousand people draw
tnclr provision supply. T
I. htery pucKing houso In St. Louis hits a rcgulnr buyer stationed bore.
Hujcrs of cuttle hogs nnd sheep both for tho homo market and enstern ship-
ment nro nt nil times represented.
fi. 1-or comfort nnd convenience thoso ynrds hnvo no superior In tho country.
Two lines (if street enrs approach here. Hotel telegraph oillces and other con-
VcnicncL's for stockmen on the premises
I). JIcN. PALMLIl W. A. HAMSAY 0. 0. MAFl'IT
Supt. Sec. nnd Trens. Prcst.
THE LIVE STOCK MARKET OF ST.LOUIS
THE ST. I.OUIS NATIONAIi
Located nt Unit Nt. Louis III.
Directly opposite tho city of BL Louis lluyers
Vnr all description of Live Stock always In at-
ton.lanco and within tbo ground of the Stock
' Ynrds nro n Ilocf Cunning Company with n
B capacity for slaughtering 1000 bead of cattle
dally and Pork fading lUUbllshmects wlia
a capacity for slaughtering 130X1 bogs dally.
ISAAC II. KNOX President
CIIAS. T. JO.NLS SudU
t'osloflicc Sncifc Fox Agency I.
Croioir right ear ami
crop and under halt
crop off left llaiigiion
Sao ami tax irfrra-
tlon tattle or tlil a
brand arp aold only for
O. W. GREEN
Post-olllcc. Vinita I.T.
llango On Jones
nnril-cnnt or VI
nita I.T. i-y
J. A. THOMPSON
ostofliccjYinitn Indian Territory.
Hang at head tint
) ber or I'awpair eight
miles from Vinita
llramlrd on hlpihalf
crop right ami split In
left ear llorressame
Postoflico Vinitn Ind Ter.
arniiirk crup off left
and crop nnd under
inn crap on right
t arlous other
marks A brands'
llange on White Oak
Postoflico Chouteau I. T.
V (S on loft sido.
l.'nr murk Over-
sloop In each car.
Hnago on Prior's
creek I. T.
J. O. HO Q AN
Adair Imllnn Territory.
nnderlilt In rli-lit ...
undcrslopii In left.
Uango on l'ryori
W. H. NOBLES
iPoBtoflico nt Kingston Knnsas.
y Horse bramtsamn
tlaCr-p It nail lirand
itPlrM . i mier nair-croi
trTHRPsWiM in i neh ear
WltKSSftPilM llangr hradof
uTTiaJFBri "" ""' L N'
Postollice nt Vinitn Intl. Territory.
On left side) swal-
low fork In esrli ear.
Itanchon White Oak.
W. II. MARKER
I'ostofllco Vinita I. T.
Crop off of lert ear?
llango On lilt Cabin
creek l.fi ly
roatoftico Vinitn. Ind. Tor.
i nucr naircrop. earh
on len sine
llsnge on Whlta (isk
riglit miles south-ftcst
' '! 8-14
J. T. M'SPADDBN
Postoffco nt Chelsea Indian Tor
wosa crop off left esri
Mange six miles vrcil
is directly tributary to theso yards.
connection with tfieso ynrds from
bo mndo without cost nnd with m
O. M. MoOLELLAN
Postoflico Oownln I. T.
A. fnw rovi I
urn uranucu on
left slda thus.
A few eattlol
tho len IiVJ shoul
Ksnch on Isncy .
en len side
J. O. HALL.
I'ost-ollico Vinitn I. T.
Ilorso brsnd same on lert hip Underblt In
earh ear llaiigv lletwcen Labln and l'ryors'
creek ((.. )
Post-Oflico Clorcmore Ind. Tor.
in ten i smooth
crop rl it lit
:i. Tight slilei
S. H. MAYES
Postoflico Salinn Indian Territory.
and under bit
In one ear and
over slope la
tle banded fc v
and notch on
cons' tall cut
off llango on
E. B. WRIGHT.
Postoflico Chouteau Ind. Ter.
Xlsrk crop cS
rlglitt two un-
derblt In lerti
In each oar.
Kange near the
mouth ef l'nor
GEORGE W. CLARK.
Do loflice Vinitn Indian Territory.
Smooth crop In
len ear split In
right) den lip.
Ilange on 1 rj-
E. B. PRAYSBR
Postoilico Vinita Ind. Tor.
crop off lent
wire In right
lattlu or this
brand sold on-
ly ror ship-
il miles s e .
nils on Cabin
eust and Muitnng creeks
Postoflico at Alltnvc Indian Tor.
t-rop ami un-
der hair crop
In mrh ear
Sold only fo
CHEROKEE ORPHAN ASYLUM
I'ostolllce tSnllna Ind. Ter.
Poit-ollico Vinitn I.T.
M. W. COUCH
ChoUca Indian Territory.
a i wlr i Mi Tj In
I il J3Ef7Jf1TtJ
China will shortly hnto n stamped
roltingo for tho llrt tlmo lit her
TllK saudunt fiom the mills on Call-
foriiln cicckstssdld to bo killing thu
tiout by the tlioiH.tmls.
Two TOL'iiisTs'icccntly fell otcr tho
Htjilnn Alps In Anstiln. One was
killed nnd the other sctlously Injured.
A 8(ii:mii ic party has been sent out
by I'llncelou Collego to lako observa-
tions of the joliir eellpso which occuu
A.v Kngllah sen cnplain nnd Ihrco
sailors linto been sentenced to death
for uitinleiiiig n Jlnlnj while on n oy-
ngi f nun South Af lien.
Canon WiuihiiioiicK Is t vehement
opponent of Utlgcctlon which ho
declares hns net or I usiiltcd In n single
discoteiy of importance.
GovtmiOit 1'oiiAKBJt of Ohio has
been nsked to take charge of the claims
which will ho proieeutui ng.ilnst tbo
broken ridellly ll.tiik of Cincinnati
ly New Yolk tieditots.
PlIINCK FrlllllNAMI SltS liowill ne-
cepl the Jliilg.ui.'iu thione If tho bo-
Inaiijo thets him. It was thought nil
tho Kmopcttu Powers except Kusslit
would ncrjiileeo In his election.
Limit it IH.Kcllt.lt one of tbo wealth-
iest men in Do'rolt has piomlcd tho
C'ltlenV Association of th it clt ?i?00-
000 to bo applied to the erection of a
peim.tueut exposition hiilhllug.
1'iANSi lvama has a coimulsIou nt
Hoik ictMug tho rotenuu system of
tho btntc. The letenues aio now
niilnl) diihed fiom corporations
bolh capital stock and dhltleuds being
A ni.AtK boar walked into rnirnntls-
ille I'.u the other day and carded off
n pig weighing one hundred pounds.
Some women and (.Mldion saw him ilo
it but ho was gone beforo tho men
could get their guns.
ItfcV. 1)11. W. C. WISSI.OW of Iloltoll.
bus been in.ido an houniat member of
Ibe Hot al Aiclui'ologlcnl Society of
Oreat Hiilalu ou account of his distln-
guMicd eenlioslii loiinectlnn with the
Kgjptlnn exploration entei prise.
Wllll.K Lonl Aberdeen wns In S.tn
I'tanclsco recently bo was the recipient
nf many hogging letters and ho left
behind him it conidct.iblo hum of
money In the hands of n local society
for tho relief of the deserting poor.
Tub foithcomlng man Inge of tho
Kmpoiorof China has been olliehilly
announced. His wife ha been
selected. 'J hn feslhltlos will cost
1000000. Numerous changes nio
expected in the Imperial (internment.
bo bis truest
during the celebration nt l'hlhidelnhl.i
in September of tho centennial mini-
orsiuyof the ndpptlon of tho Consti-
tution Mr. Clot eland bits accepted
It is announced that Ot Id's tomb has
been dlseoteicd. Tho location is nt
Auadolklol near Ktistcudanl. The
stone uiatklng tho tomb tcprccnts
) Id's arm id nt the island of Tontl
when he was banMied thither by
Augustus A. 1). 8 on account of the
poet's Ititilgue with the Kmpetot's
daughter Julln nnd Apollo's ttcep-
tlon of him. Otid's island Is a few
miles fiom Kusteudaul.
iNnuswerto u communication Secie-
tnty Faliehlld has written that tho
Tientsin Department under lis tulos
cnu not uiiilei take to decide tho ipies-
Hon submitted as to whether wines
nnd liquors Inipot ted from foreign coun-
tries into Mnluu can afterpayment of
duty he withdiawu from the custom
houo and sohl in original packages in
that State under tho protection of tho
(JittM) I)iKi:Miciii.r of Itussi.i re-
cently n-ked lobe allowed to cuter into
competition with Miss Aunle Oakley at
tho Wild West Show nt London which
permission was at onto necorded. Hut
although the Pi luce mado n fairly good
H'ore it showed but pootly In compai-
innu with that ot his fair competitor
and ho letiicd from the contest abashed
but llriulj comlneiHl of tbo superiority
of American maikswomeu oter Itus-
rian aiuateitr shots.
v1n the Wanl's Island (N'.".) Insane
Astluiu iuestlgsiliou tho other day
nun wiluoM said that tho nttondaiits
had used him as a foot ball; another
that tliej had Incited patients (u attack
ouch ntliei for tho fun of seeing the
light; another that many patients weto
bitthed In one tub of water until it be-
came filthy nnd patients with soros on
their bodies were nlwnys bathed III st.
Patients wore punished by being mado
to wo.it i viiiiin-lufoslcd clotldng.
At tho Ynlo Collego alumni meeting
iftentlj Hon. lMwnids Pioirepout e-
Minister to Kugbiml oxpiessed the
opinion Hint tho courso laid down by
Yale was too extensile lit its rcqultu-
input for (ho iitcraco man. Thoso
who Intended to become torn hers pn-
icsbois ami eminent seliolats should bo
encniuaged to tnko the full course but
the student looking forward to n lifo
ettiigglo in the busy woild should bo al-
lowed to pursue n sboiter louto mid
get at his life wink sooner.
SoMKycaisngo n wealth) citizen nf
ll.ilueufeld in tho Duchy of llol'teln
pioinlsed a woi thy nun i led man oltbat
town that he would glo a houso to tho
man's twelfth child If ho should have
that many. In duo tlmo No. 12 ur-
llteil and tho pioud fitthcr asked tbo
wealthy citizen to nuikogood bis prom-
le. This be ref u led to do i.ij lug that
tho wholo thlug was a Joke. Tho
father thou wept to law about it anil
nlthough tbo promise was only a ver-
bal ono tho court not only decided In
fitor nf No. 12 but authorized the
pi ilntHYto ehooso whichever ono o( tho
defendant's houses ho liked best.
ir suvtr thiu
NEWS OF THE WEEK
Glonnod by Tolograph and MnlL
1'KUSONAt. ANI1 l'OMTirtf-
AN onlor lias bocu Issued from tbo War
Department by tho direction of Iho Presi-
dent restoring to the army Miijor ilenjs.
mln 1 Hunktc retired who was dropped
on tho order of tho Court of Claims. Ibis
Judgment was reversed by tho United Stales
Hupremo Court Hay 27 lss7.
Mns. I.AVOTnr recently at Ban Francisco
renounced her nllcglanco to Ureal Ilrltaln
and took out (jnr first papers declaring bcr
Intention to becoino a citizen of Iho United
Htalos. Hor object It was believed was la
ultimately spply for a divorce.
Tnr. following named members of tbo
Hoard of l'cnnlon Appeals hatobcen reap-
pointed by tho Hocretnry of Iho Interior:
Ocorgo llnber of Kentucky; Joha A. Jud-
iion of New York; 1'ulnck J. llopers of
Now York; Ilobort D. Ornbam of North
Carolina; H. IV Hlttcnhouso of Ibo Dis-
trict of Columbia and Robert F Hill of
ALEXAMirn A. TsLMAnr vice-president
and general manager ot tho Wabash KU
Louis & riiciflc railway died in his private
car ono tnllo cast of 1'eni Ind of dyson
tcry on the night of tbo 'Mh 11a wns en
routo with bis wlfo for Toledo whoro ho
expected to tako n jachting trip on tho
lakes. Mr. Talmage had boon sick forsov
cral wcoks and un attack of dysentery Im-
pelled him to neok health by recreation nnd
he wns on a trip w Ith this end in view when
his death occurred.
Ootrnsou Iloinvrxi of Maine has or-
dered a strict enforcempnt ot tho Prohibi-
tory law alluding especially to tho attempt
to sell liquor by Imported packages under
A MAJomrr of tho committee of tho
French Chamber of Dcputlos appointed to
study Iho question of the separation of
Church utul Ktato has approved tho Jlojsctt
project for tho abrogation of tho concordat.
Very radical changes nro proposed and no
further public grants will bo mado In aid
of any church.
Ktvo Minx of Bervln has Instructod
Premier Illstlcs to tnko measures to pro-
cnt tho return of Queen Natalie to Mer
via. A Cabinet crisis was expected If tho
Premier rofusod to obey tho King
Tut. Utah Constitutional Convention met
at Halt l.nko on the .Kith for the purpose of
securing tho admission of Utah as a Btate
Into tho Union.
Mns. Maiiu IIalpiv who was heard of
In tho Cleveland canvuss during tho l'resl
dcntlul campaign of 1SSI has been married
and lhes with hor husband Albert HccorJ
In New Iloclicllo N Y. During tho cam-
paign he was often mentioned as her uncle.
I(o was in fact It Is said nn undo ot her
Kx-Uoveiis'oh Uiiriv ot Colorado has
obtained a ilcerco of divorce against his
w ifc. Tho latter was originally Julia 1'ratt
and llrst married Colonel Ulckcrson of Ht.
A iircr-niov was tendered to Lord Aber-
deen at Kansas City on tho 1st by members
of tho Irish Loud Lcaguo and tnclr sympa-
thizers. Tiieiic was nochango In the condition ot
cx-Uovcrnor Morrill of Maine on tho 1st.
llAtr the buslnuss part of Hurley Wis
was destroyed by lire on tho !ilh Loss
The daiuogo by tho Marshllold (Wis )
lire was much greater than as llrst re-
ported. Instead or (1000000 It would bo
between thrco and four million. Only ono
houso remained uninjured by tho flames.
Mas Mot Lor charged with being acces-
sory to thu murder of Mrs HarahUraham
at HpringHold Ma has been granted a
changoof onuo to tbo Christian County
WtLiiAM Kissexr. alias W. K lingers
has hied a demurrer In the circuit court al
Kan Francisco pleading tho statute of lim-
itations to tho suit ot tho Chemical Na-
tional Hank of New York.
At Lake Qulnslgamond Mass recently
Ocorgo Ilubcar champion oarsman of Kng
land easily beat James A. Ten Kyck In a
threa mile raco for S.VX) a side llubear's
time J0:I3; Ten Hyck was one second
The Jury In tho bribery case against Ja-
cob rlharp of New Yorkrcturn"d a verdict
of guilty on tbo S9th with n recommenda-
tion to mercy. Sentence was postponed.
The McCoy gljcerino factory ncur Find-
lay O blew up on tho ?Jtlt. Four tramps
woro believed to hat a been blonu Into
At Stony Oap Church Tcnn recently.
Will Hobbs a desperado and Deputy Sher-
iff Orccn wcro both killed In a llcrco light
In which other persons were wounded.
Orccn attempted tho arrest of Hobbs at tbo
The Btandard Taper Company of Milwau-
kee has mndo an assignment to J. K.
Friend who gat o bond for 1 JO 001
Arrzn an excited discussion tho Chicago
Master Masons' Association decided on tho
'.Mtli by a vote of 41 to 30 to arbitrate with
tho bricklayers. An arbitration committee
of five w as appointed.
Mns. Aliieiit FrrsslE of San Antonio
Tex. recently gave birth to two girl babies.
Half an hour later sho gave birth to two
moro of tho same sex. Thoy were born
prematurely being in tho sixth month of
Isaac J MiiLtitandOustavTafchtrustces
ot tho lato Archbishop l'uroell creditors
have tiled their report In tho Cincinnati
probato court. It shows tho total receipts
auddlsburxemonts since January 4 lbbo to
bo fW.ou); paid creditors tfAOU) paid for
oxpenses and Incidentals S17.0U0 leaving u
baluaceonhand of about (I0..VXX The lia-
bilities woro otcr 8000000.
Mil. 1U in Aiimstiiomi has had his bond
ns rccciter of the Fidelity Nutlonal Hank
ot Cincinnati uecopted and Is now In
charge of tho affairs of tho defunct institu-
tion At a meeting oftlio Norwegian Lutheran
Synod at Htoughton Wis recently the ills
cusslon of tlia doclrlua ot predestination
caused a split.
A shock of oarthquaka was felt In North-
ern New Hanipshlie on tbo 30th
l'l EiKO-i'NEt'MONiA which has oeon rag-
ing In tho upper part of West Choslor
County N Y has attacked tbo cattle at
Throgg's Neck The Utato onlcials were
notified and strict quarantine established
Tho Infected uutmals were xlllod at onco.
B. D W;iiTxrr secretary of llioMontrcal
Hoard of Harbor Commissioners Is re-
ported missing w 1th heavy defalcations.
The strikers at Holton Kng engaged In
a riot tho other night tlmuvlng stones and
bolts. Tho presenco of tho troops oter-
awed tho rioters who soon dispersed
Tub Lastcrs' Union has givon up Its
strugglo with tho boot manufacturer of
Worcester Mass. and the strugglo bo-
twoen them Is finally ended
The sheriff of Chicago has taken posses
slon of the properly ot tho Knights of La-
bor Publishing Company on a confession ot
Judgment for t$SX A rccoh cr has boon
In Cuba recontly n man bis wlfo and
eight children wcro suffocated In thoir
dw clllng Thoy bad built a flro of tobacco
over night ns a precaution agaiust small-
pox which led to tho calamity.
The mercantile agency of It O. Dun &
Co. reports that for tho first halt ot 1SST
tho failures In tho United States were 4.U1J
In number against MM for tbo same
period In tho previous year showing u do-
clino or '.'It. Tho liabilities show a slight
increase In amount.
BioKici of raco troubles In South Caro-
lina are declared groatly exaggerated. No
violence Is expected
A oinao of tea has arrived Id London
from Japan via the CauadUn Paclttu route
occupying only thirty days and sixteen
hours In transit.
The pool o( wall-paper munufaoturor uf
the United States has come to an end
st ec uu Si tt urfntnm.
Chacb ItoARit tho West Bhoro express
robbor was sentenced to twenty years'
hard labor at Utlca N. Y. on tho 00th.
Th B No w Zealand Hotel bank and twenty
two shops wcro destroyed by flro nt Blcn
holm N. Z . recently. The loss was $300000.
Tun tlaltiMn Ant reports that between
January 1 and June IM thoro woro laid la
iho united statos 37M miles of new main
lino track. I'rom prcsont Indications tbo
Ant liellcvcs Dint tho total for 1847 may sur-
pass that ot any previous year In the his-
tory of the country.
The coinage ot Iho mints during Juno
was H!B7f of which ri51CKM wero
standard silver dollars.
CtiTTEn fc Bavaoe's lumber yard at
Spring Lake Mich was destroyod by flro
recently with 3000000 feet of lumber.
Tur fourteenth anniversary ot tho birth
of tho Knlghui of Honor was celebrated In
Louisville Ky on Ibo 30th with an elab-
llr tbo explosion of tho boiler of i thresh
ing machlno near Mascoutah HI. tho other
dav ono man was killed and another fatally
Injured and tho thresher and two horses
burned to death.
The public debt statcmont for June
showed a decrcaso during tho month ol
tl0bM7Jfi 17 decrease during the fiscal
year which ended Juno 30 iflOV1705o 3'.
Tmire children or Mrs. August Holder
wcro burned to death recontly at Pitts-
burgh Pa. during tho obsenco of their
MimiLrroy & Co proprietors of the
Oiant chewing tobacco works In Louis-
ville Ky hnvo made an assignment with
tlOO.OUU liabilities and assets nominally the
Levi Hacos financial clerk In tho Inte-
rior Department who died recently Is
found to bo a defaulter to tho amount of
ttW.OUO The money went principally In
cashing checks of tbo clerks under hM
and as their pay becomes duo It will bo ap-
propriated until tbo deficiency Is mado
The Harmony woolen mills nt Cohocs N.
Y. shut down on tho 1st throwing 3600
operatives out of employment. The hands
were ordered to gratuitously scrub the
floor which thoy refused to do and this
caused tho lockout.
F. W. Hiri'Eit of Chicago tho county
meat contractor who agreed to turn State's
cvldcnco In tho boodlo coses has disap-
peared. It was generally behoved that ho
had been taken on a secret junketing tour
by agents ol the prosecution in order to
keep him away from tho defendants.
Uisiesj failure (Dun's report) during
tho se en days ended June 30 numbered for
tho United States 155; for Canada 2ft.
Total 1S1 compared with l'J7 the prcilous
week nnd for tho corresponding week last
AuiniT Trui r a tho murderer of Jcnnlo
llowman the domostic at Louisville Ky.
last April has been executed. His com-
panion Patterson appealed his trial and a
decision is now pending Tbo murder was
peculiarly brutal robbery being the mo-
tive lloth men w era negroes.
The section of growth last removed from
tho throat of tbo Herman Crown Prince
was sent to l'rof Ylrcbow of Ucrlin lor
examination T latter has mado a thor-
ough satisfactory report which has de-
lighted tho I'mpcror and the Pnnce.
Two thousand employes of tho Heading
(Pa ) Iron works Informed the manage-
ment that thoy w ould not accept the reduc-
tion ot to per cent mado recently and tho
proprietors decided to closo down all tho
establishments throwing all tho men out
The mortality In Now York on the 1st
was greater thun on any other day this
)ear. Ono hundred and seventy persons
died tbo greater number from cholera In-
fantum. The duel between tho Knglishman Dar-
ren and tho Mexican Ourron of the City of
Mexico on account ot Marshal Uazalne's
daughter ended In both being slightly
wounded. The bullets grarcd tho side of
tho Knglishman and tho lemplo of the Mex-
ican. The consolidation of Internal revenue dis-
tricts In various sections was complotcd
on tho 1st.
The oil producers of Ohio have agreed to
stop production for nlno months In order
to gio tho Standard OU Company a chance
to find a market for their petroleum.
The Illinois antl-poollng lawwent into ef-
fect on tho lstr nnd In consequence the pool
rooms In Chicago uro all closed.
Easteiin cloctrlo light companies have
formed a combination to manufacture their
own carbons and competo with tho present
IlEAir rains and serious floods are re
ported In many parts ot Mo ilea
Aitkals baio been mado from tho prices
of wheat purchase by the grain committo
of the New York I'roduco Exchange to covci
recent shortages. Tho shorts claimed thai
they wcro suddlod with tea boat loads ol
Ions wheal al prices largely In excess ol
the July optlou.
At Harrod's crook noir Louisville Ky.
on tho 4th two boys wero killed by llght-
ulng while fishing.
The St. Louis cooperage situated near
the river bank was burned on the 4th
caused by flro crackers. Loss f 100000.
Tno lives wore lost and other persons
seriously Injured by casualties at Chicago
on the 4lh during celebrations.
Oiiiieks were sont from Home on tho 4th
to publish the oxcomaiunloutlon of Dr. Mo-
Kx UornM)nA" V. Moukilu died at
Augusta. Me. ou tho 4th. He was eighty-
four years old.
TuiiEEbaysnnmod Moffatt wero drowned
recently whlls bathing ut Fonolon Falls
Tno tramps wero crushoi to death at St.
Thomns Out recently owing to freight
oars Jumping the track
ins riu.MisTiiVM and J. F. Ileblnson.
champion swimmers respectively ot Amer
ica ana nugland swam the llrst of threo
contests to decide the world's cham
pionship at New York on tbo 4th. Bund-
stroui won In .'lli seconds.
IIiNTos JliLLEit treasurer of rerrr
County Ind ts a defuuller to the extent of
(07ouU Ho has disappeared with his j uung
wlfo loat Ing behind a largo family of chil-
dren by a former wife. His predecessor
also was a defaulter and Is now sorting
tlmo In Iho penitentiary.
At Nusht Hie Uarton County Ma whllo
the people were cclcbraing lao Fourth a
eon ef ligblning darted out of a thunder
cloud Instantly killing four persons shock-
Ingsoreral others aud killing a span of
The Wcbor Browing Company's prom
iscsat Cincinnati were burned on the 4th.
Loss i;o0UO. During the tiro three lives
The Queen laid the foundation stone of
tho Iincrial Instltulo at London on the 4th
mis Kroncli Chamber af Deputios by a
vote ot Sir to ill has rejected tbo proposal
(bat priests be iermlttod to servo In hospi-
tal ambulances Instead of dolug activo
army sen Ice
Imikvemienoe day reception at the
American legation In London was tho
largest ever held there. Among iho guests
were Juntos ltussoll Lowell Mr and Mrs.
J. U. Illalne and Miss Ulalue II. C Child-
srs Mrs. James Urown Potter Minnie
Huuk. Sir Lyoo Pluyfatr Uouernl Palfiey
of Uoston aud Colouol W F Cody.
KsuLANn and Husjta It la said have
mado mutual concessions regarding the
Afghan boundary dispute.
Tub trial of Ktlen una his comrsdos Im-
plicated In tho Bchiuebles affair was
opened at Leipslo on the 4th. Klleu ad-
mitted that he acted as a French spy under
tho orders ot Bchuaeblos m return for a
monthly allowance of Six) marks. Orobert
and Erhardt pleaded not guilty
Tub President spent the Fourth or July
very quietly riding In from Oakviaw tn
tho morning as usual aud rejoluing Mrs.
(Jlevehiud thero In the afternoon.
pu-si rfeasurer ana'UOIiecttSrr
lnlfrrstlnit Itfrnnlon of Old Holdlrrs al
HltI.UrE.tBtfHnlngllnir of th llluf
OEmsnbKU ra. July i. (Jettjsmjra
f resented on animated scono Saturday)
ho bouses being decorated with flags
evergreens stad bunting and tho streets
brilliantly illuminated aha thronged with
thousands of people. During tho day vis-
itors arrived on all trains and when WW
members of tho Philadelphia brigade com-
posed of the Blxty-nlnth Bevcnty-flrst
Seventy-second and One Hundred and Blxth
regiments arrived at six o'clock tho hotels
and boarding houses overflowed and quar-
ters wero as hard to find as thoy were
twenty-four yco-s ago. At eight o'clock
Mrs. General 1'icUctt arrlrcd accompanied
by her son and was Immediately driven to
the Springs Hotel.
After securing quarters tho Philadelphia
brlgodo escorted by tho O. A. It. band st
Octtysburg marched to tbo Uarrlsburg
depot to rccelvo their guests. At 8.33 i
ringing cheer from tho Philadelphia brigado
was promptly and hcartllr answered by
the well known rebel yell announced that
tno visitors had arrived and 300 of rickctts'
brigade veterans marched out and sur-
rendered themselves to tho hospitality of
their friends. As tbo procession moved
along Chambersburg street to tho public.
square cheers and applause greeted It at
every step. Tho Confederates who wcro
armed with rockets discharged them as
they marched along proudly bearing tbo
stars and stripes In tbolr midst the
only flag In line and responded
heartily to tho greetings with their pecul-
iar battlo yell s well known here to the
great delight of tho assembled crowds.
When tho procession reached Center
Square tho Union and Confederate lines
were drawn up facing each other and tho
Confederates stepped forward saying:
"Hero wo are once more together. Let us
shako hands. Let us trade coffee" whllo
tho bands played "Way Down South In
Dixie" fireworks lit up the sky and all tho
At V. 33 tho procession moved to tho court
houso where a camp flro was held. Tho
doors were thrown open and tbo band en-
tered follow od by l'ickctt's men. Thoy
proceeded to tho lront and seated them-
selves In chairs. In a fow minutes tho
building was filled to overflowing and stand-
ing room could not bo obtained. When all
was ready General Uurns assisted Mrs.
General Pickett to tbo stand and amid
tremendous cheer which shook the
building Introduced her and her son to
tho audience. Sho was visibly affected and
with difllculty restrained her tears. When-
ever General Pickett's namo was mentioned
tho cheering was tremendous. When Col-
onel Aylctt becoming excited and branch-
ing off somewhat from his prepared ora-
tion mentioned tho flag of tho Union tbo
whole audience arose and shouted Itself
As soon as tho President's letter was
read General Hums Jumped up nnd pro-
posed three cheers for tho President of tho
United States. These were given standing
and with telling effect.
Speeches wero made by Ocncral W. F.
("Haldy") Smith Ocncral JoshuaT. Owen
General Isaac V. WlsUr Colonel John IL
Taggart and others for the blue and Colo-
nel Aylctt Colonel Charlos T. Lohr secre-
tary of l'ickctt's Division Association;
Colonel J. F. Crocker Colonel Hobcrt M.
Slrlbling Dr. J. A. Marshall Colonel Tino-
leum Smith Colonel Kirk Otey and otbors
on behalf of the gray.
Tho President's letter was as follows:
Executive Makbiun WASHn-mx. Janeil
I hae rccelird your Invitation to attend as a
guest ot the Philadelphia brigade a reunion ol
cx-Coafedrrate soldiers of llckett's division
who survived the terriblo charge at Gettysburg
and those of the Uuicn stIU living by whom It
was heroically resisted. The fraternal meeting
ot these soldiers upon the batUetteld where
twenty four years ajo. In deadly fray they
sought each others' lives where they
saw their comrades fall and where all
their thoughts were of vengeance and
destruction will Ulustrate the general Impulse
of brare men sad their honest deslra far peace
and reconciliation me friendly assault there
wUl be resistless because Inspired by Americas
chivalry: and Its results win beclorlouv be
cause conquered hearts wiu bo Its trvphles ol
success inere-aiier tms Daillcneld wiu IX
consecrated by a victory which shall rressct
the end ot the bitterness ot strife the exposure
of the sincerity which conceals hatred by pro-
fessions of kindness the cond-mnatlon ol
frenzied appeals to passion for unworthy pur
pose! ana mo dcsiip. uoa or all that
stands In the w- of the destiny ol
our united country. While those who
fought and have so nuih to forgtie lead
In the pleasant wave of peace how wicked
appears tho trame In sectional hate and the be
trayal ot patriotic sentiment. It surely can not
be wrong to deslra the settled quiet which
lights for our entire country the path to pros
perity and greataess. nor need the lessons ot
ar be forgotten and Its results Jeopardized la
we wisa tor mat genuine fraternity which In
spires national pride and glory. I should be
s ery glad to accept your invitation and be with
you at this Interesting reunion but other ar
rangements already made and my official duties
here wiu prevent my doing so. Hoping that
the occasion will be as successful and useful as
it promoters can desire I am yours very truly
A fatal Fire.
New Yoiix July 4 A fatal ana exceed-
ingly obstinate flro broke out lato Saturday
afternoon In tho mlddlo of tho dry goods
district and for a tlmo threatened destruc
tion to much ot tbo adjacent procrty. It
was causcu oy an unaccountable explosion
of fireworks stored In tho cellar of tho six-
story building 343 Hroadway occupied by
P.J. Keary & Bro. Two lives wcro lost;
a fireman was overcome by hoat and smoko
and nearly 1140000 damaco was done. An
Inquiry if all the occupants of tho build-
ing had escaped was made and one by
ono thoy wore accounted for until there
were only two missing Tbo Uremcn Inch
by inch bad fought buck the flames to tho
intra floor when ncaring tho stain ay
they stumbled over tho body of Albert Ells
a stock clerk In the Leonard street part of
the store. Half on hour later in tho first
story the firemen found another corpse
with Ita arms crossed before ita eyes as
though to shield tho face from tho flames.
Another Crauk Arrested.
WssniNOTOV July 4. Uenedlct Krebbs.
the Bwede who claims to bo a resident ol
Springfield I1L and who threatened to sill
the President was examined last night.
Tho physicians pronounced him as "un.
doubtcdly insane." From Inquiries it was
found that Krebbs had escaped from the
Illinois Insane Asylum. He will bo sont
bAcktbere this week.
Satire is sometimes deserved. A
French maid of honor nt tho court of
Louis XIII. nskcil n certain Marshal to
marry her. "You are tho silliest man
nt court" said she on his refusal.
"Kxcuso me" wns tho witty but hit-
ter lejily "I think I hn o Just protoit
"Ilnnluri" auhl tho as.-oclato editor
to a shabby reporter "why uro thoso
tattered half-moons' ut tho heels of
jour trousers llko n paraphrase?'1
"Too horcl for mo to mini el Mr. Vory-
fllp." "Simply bocauso its u pair-
Young Stnjcr (nt lltto p. in.)
"What a charming song that wns. I
wish you would repeat it. What Is it
called?" Miss liorcil "1 chose it he-
cause I thought it might be new to) on.
It's entitled; 'Going." ' JW.JWs
Tlio other tlay u town crier took iu
charge a lost child and proceeded to
hunt up its patents. Ou being nslod
by a lad) that the matter was ho re-
plied! "Here's an orphan child madam
ami im triutr to unit its parents."
Dostruotlvo Flro and Loos of Throo
tilvos at Oinoinnatl Dnmago
Awful Lightning Fatnlltica-Konr Tcr
sons Killed in Missouri and Two
li Cooporage Earned Mishaps In
"V .ea Brothers Drowned
CiscimXaTi July 5. Between nlno and
ten o'clock yesterday morning a general
alarm called tho lire department out. Tho
fire was in tho brick malt houso. of the
Weber Brewing Company six stories hlgb
with a two-story clear roof and situated on
tho corner of Twelfth aud Clay streets.
Tho bullulng and contents are a completi
loss. Tbo building was built about eight
years ago at a cost of 100000 and was sold
to the ober Company It contained HO-
000 In stock and tM.OUO In machinery which
will make tbo loss abouflOOQuO; Insured
tor fiio.uuu Tno stock Happened tc
bo unusually low. Adjacent build
ings Including tho saloon ol
Charles Thcobold on Twelfth street O A.
Uobrechl's wholesale liquor saloon on Wal-
nut street and tho stables of tho Cincinnati
Japan Company wcro moro or less Injured
oy tno tuning walls. Tho losses of these
outsiders will probably bo not less than
110000 swotting the aggregate to 1170001
Michael Koos a boarder al Thcobold'a s
loon was buried beneath tho walls thai
fell Into Clay street nnd his body has not
yet bcon recovered. While Snyder Urock
lago and Eilcrs of tbo I'hccnix hook anc
ladder were oc O-brocht's roof next
west of tho malt house an unknown
man supposed to bo an attache of tho mall
house was with them and when tho walli
fell on top of tho Uabrccht roof this man
In scrambling out of tbo way pitched dowr
four stories and was killed. Joseph Oard
ncr a workman at Haven's foundry was
on tho root of his boarding houso on Wat
nut street trying to protect It when h(
slipped and fell to the ground reccivlnf
fatal Injuries. It Is feared others havi
perished in tbo ruins and yet It is hope:
thcso tears will provo false
LtMen Mo. JulyS. During a thundei
storm yesterday at Nashville twenty mllci
southeast of here. In this county ant
where tho citizens ot tho surroundlo
country wcro celebrating tho Fourth I
i-troko of lightning Instantly killed tout
persons considerably shocking several
others and killed one span of horses anc
ono span of mules. Tho Information at thii
time Is very meager but It is known thai
the parties killed wero Mr. Munson an
wife and William Bath and wife all hon-
ored and respected citizens and tho cele-
bration that promise? to be a source ol
pleasure was thrown Into a state of mourn
AXOTHER snOCEIXO CASE.
Louisville Ky. July 6. Between tee
and eleven o'clock yesterday morning rain
fell la torrents in tho vicinity of this city
Tho storm was accompanied by great clapi
of thunder and a vivid play of electricity
At Harrod's creek about elovon miles
above here. Emtio Coldeway and Claudt
Summers two boys at a picnic were kllleC
by tbo lightning. They bod been fishing
but when the storm camoup took refuge lc
tbo hollow trunk of a largo sycamore tr-ia
which was split In two by tho lightning.
Mrs. Kigg and Charles Figg hor son whi
wcro standing under the tree wero parul
jicd by the stroke but It Is thought wlL
lam to riREnonKs.
St. Lous July 4. Tho St Louis cooper
ago establishment the largest concern ol
the West situated on the river bank closi
to tho old arsenal tn tho southern part ol
the city was destroyed by tire yestcrda)
afternoon causing loss of tl000UU saldtc
bo fully insured. Tho flro Is supioscd t(
hare resulted from tho careless use of flro
works. Four hundred men are thrown oui
Misturs iv Chicago.
CniCAOO July 5 By tho explosion of a
toy cannon yesterday Tommy Oleason was
fatally Injured and Hobble Crowo was
blinded (Arthur I'lckett and one or twe
other boys wcro seriously burned by tht
same explosion. Angelo Latere an aged
Italian was shot dead by Tony Capronl a
young fellow-countryman who was cele-
brating with an old army musket Tonj
did not know the weapon was loaded with
IlEAr WOUAN KILLED.
Bedalii Mo. July B. Mrs. Holmlck
agod about forty-llvo was knocked from a
bridge Into a stream near Napoleon Lafay-
ette County by a Missouri I'aclflc passen-
ger train this morning. Tbo body wa
Ashed out of tho wator and takon to
Napoleon. The woman was deaf and gave
no heed to the engineer's whistling.
TV0 Tlliiira KILLED.
Londo-t OnL July 5. A freight trait
consisting of twenty-threo refrlgeratoi
curs containing dressed beef left tho track
near St. Thomas yesterday. Fllteea cars
wcro completely wrecked. Two tramps
who wero stealing a rldo wero killed.
rillE IN KAN 8 13 CITY.
Kansas Citt.Mo. Julys. Tno date City
laundry at Seventh and Wall streets
burned out yesterday afternoon causing a
loss on that and other buildings to the
amount of f-ttOOO Insurance fair.
TUUEE DKOTUEHS PHOWtED.
FeiELosr Falls Ont. July S. Throo
brothers named Moffat aged rcspcctlvel)
thirteen fifteen aud seentoon yours wort
drowned yesterday whllo bulling in Brenl
Clevehsd O July 5. Ephralm Early
colored of Norwalk O. was fatally Injured
by tho premature discharge of a cannon at
Now London yesterday.
The I'reuch Slonarolir.
Pauis July 6. Tno Jtyro asserts that
tho heir to the groat kingdom (moaning
Crown Prince Frederick William of Frus-
sia) has visited tho Count of Furls ut
Sheen Houso for tho purposo of warning
mm mac a rtoquei-uouianger ministry
means war between France and Oormauy
within u mouth utter taking ofllco and that
tho policy adopted by the monarchy party
ouuuiu uu udseu on mat warning.
Tho tunlo wnsp tho naturalist tells
us not or stings. Hut so long as ho
anil his sister aio twins and dress ex-
actly alike this hit of knowledge avail-
eth nothing to tho cureless nuin who
docs not know it is tlio lady who is a p.
preaching him until it ho that sho
smltcth hint with her hustle. What
humanity demands of science In tho
caso of the wasp is tho inten-
tion of somo prompter method of dis-
tinguishing belli cou Monsieur and Mnr-
d.imwnzzle at forty y arils. JJurdettc.
Somo Pennsylvania men have
started n couplo of skunk raunhes ono
at Little's Comer and tho other nt
Miller's Station. Goodskunksklus sell
readily at a dollar npleco and the idea
Is to keep tho market well supplied
with the black unci white pelts without
breaking down the price
"You girls want tho earth" said
a Trenton father when ono of lib
daughters asked him for six dollars for
ti lie w jacket. "No papa" said tho
Ingenious child ut twenty "not tlio
etirth only a now Jcrsoy" DrcntoH
Stntemrnt at the Cloiwof lh neil Year
A I.ar-c Ktdiirtlnn -Hitter Calnas;
Amount I'ald In Tensions.
WcsmiOTo.v July 2. Tho following Is a
recapitulation of tho debt statement issuod
Interest bearing debt
Cn1s at Hi per cent ....I nl.OTO.nm) 0
Itonds at 4 per cent mjuu.tmot
Bonds at 3 per cent lSnsOOM
Itetundlnrf ccrtlflcates at 4 per
Nary pension fund at S per cent HBOufUOM
Paclflo railroad bonds at S per
Interest bearing debt prlnc)piL.IIosssuaa.00
Pcbl on which Interest has
eenml since maturity-
Principal t 11S1M.
Total I .8U6M9.1I
Hebt bearing no Interest-
Old damand and legal tender
Certificates of deposit 8Tnl00O
Oold certificates M.KS.IJT.OO
Bllrer certificates lUIISonuo
Fractional currency less S"ST3-
Wi estimated a lost or de
Principal I 0Jft7IBlKH.W
Total debt-Principal VWitMlM
Total 11700 771.MS.6S '
Less cash Items available for re-
duction of debt I aa.MO.S.tt.M
Less reserve held for redemption
OfU. B.notes 1X100000000
Total debt less available cash
Items UrtM 2SM0fU0
Net cash In treasury 408M9J3
Debt less essoin Treasury July
Debt less cash In treasury Juae
Decrease of debt during the
Decrease of debt since June 10
Cash In the treasury available
for reduction of the debt
Oold held for gold certificates ac-
tually outstanding I lt237.00
Silver held for sliver certificates
actually outstanding ltiUSrD17.00
United States notes held for ccr-
tlflca'es ot deposit actually
Cath held for matured debt and
Interest unpaid 1307&M1
Cash held for bonds caUcd not
matured snd balance of Interest lVlSJVIOeo
Fractional currency 2303.07
Total available ror redaction of
the debt i SSO- 89811 .
Held for redemption of United
States notes acts January II
18V3 and July li I8S! KW.fW.OUO.OO
Unavailable for the reduction of
Fractional silver coin 2trrr4M.ro
Minor coin ltS.m3.TS
'"' f '"r70Mlt&S
Certificates held as cash "'svrojlJ 00
Net cash balance on hand 40rJ -309.23
Total cash In the Treasury as
shown by the Treasurer's gen
eral account I 483(711117 St
During the fiscal year Just ended tho
principal of tho bonded debt of tho United
States decreased tl27Vll031 tbo amount of
the accrued but unpaid Interest on such
debt decreased 150891 L The decrcaso la
ccrtlflcates of deposit amounted to f94$0-
WO and In demand notes and fractional cur-
rency to 13433. During tho samo period
there was an lncreaso of Cl)183854 In gold
and silver certificates and an Increase of
HO'-M9S54 la the cash In the treasury show-
lag a net Increase In tho public debt during
tbe year of flU0707IHo.
During tho month of June tbo circulation
3l standard silver dollars increased 134087
and tho holdings of tbo treasury increased
rJUT.gw. Tbe Increase of silver circulation
iuringthe year was (1330000 and the in-
crease In tho gold holdings during tko same
tlmo was .7V4fl000.
Tno coinage of tbe mints during June ag-
gregated H337WJ of which t J.SIS.OUO was
in standard dollars.
Wasiiixotox July 2. Sereaty-four mil-
lion dollars wore paid In pensions during
the fiscal year ended yesterday. The num-
ber of pension claims allowed during tho
year was 1U340 more than any year slnco
tho war excepting lbOO when the applicant
simply bod to pr csent cvldcnco ot his dis-
ability and proof of his scrvlco In Co army
or navy. During tho last fiscal year l$o8UU
claims for pensions were received at tho
Pension Office; of tbls number 113340 wero
allowed. There were S51U4 original claims
allowed exceeding last year's work by
3117. Somo Idea of tho work of tho bureau
can bo formed when It is known
that during tbe fiscal yoar 2234331
lottors wero received and l7V2OJJ sent la
reply. Tbo cost ot tho post-ago alonoon
these lottors calculating upon a basis of
two cents for each letter was (S0&i7.GU.
The avorago force employed In tho offlco
per month was 1530. Tho really available
working forco was 1470 clerks for the year
tho smallest that has been cuiployud In tho
ofllco slnco 18SL Certlflcuios wore issued
asfolUws: Originals 55194; Increase 33-
107; re-issues 7511 restorations 2707;
duplicates 703 accruod 2039; arrears 40;
undar act ot March 3 1S33 111 ; act of April
30 1S34 407; act of March 3 ldtt V; act of
October 7 1153333; act of August -t 1S30
179; supplemental act samo dato 1003.
One of the llrutal Murderers of Jcnnla
llowmart Falls Tliroucli th Trap.
Louisville July 1 Albert Turner ono
of tho negro murderers of Jcnnlo Bowman
was swung Into eternity from tho gal Iowa
in tho county jail at 0.3J o'clocx this morn-
ing. He was strangled to death tho body
being cut down about twenty minutes after
the trap was sprung. Only fitly pcoplo
woro admitted to the yard but about 3000
assembled In the vicinity of tho JulL The
crime for which Turner was exocuted
occurred ou April 21 last. Turner and his
companion wcro engaged in robbing tho
house when thoy were Interrupted by tho
return of Jcnnlo Bowman tho domestic.
Tbe pair brutally beat the girl rendering
ber insensible and causing her doath a few
days after. Patterson the other negro
has boen convicted und soutenccd but hav-
ing tukeu an appeal his execution is neces-
Ciiicaoo July 3. A gang of non-union
dock laborers engaged In loading tho
schooner St. Lawreuca were setupon yes-
terday alternoon by a number of members
of the Beameu'a Union nnd a buttle between
tbo two faottons ensued. Tbe union men
boarded tbe vessel when she arrived with
stout clubs and finally drove tbo laborers
ashore. Mate John CJulo who with a heavy
spike continued to resist was overpowered
nud beaten to Insensibility. Two rioters
named King and Uogun were captured by
tbe pohco. Thoy were held on charges ot
assault with Intent to kill. Oslo's skull
was crushed and he may die. Several ot
the non-unionists received bad bruises.
The Carbon l'uol.
New Youk July L The formation of
combination ot a number of electric com-
panies to manufacture tbelr own carbons
waa made here yesterday Tbe capital slock
will be I1S0.U03. To supply the present de-
mand a factory with a capacity of Iaw.U99
carhops per year will be necessary. Tas
companies represented at the mooting oao-
sumo about half the carbons used U-ad are
among tbe largest local companies la Mm
cou-ntry Invitations will be exteniM to
all other smahtlr companies to Jala m ibis
movement Tho design Is to protect tb
coasumera from tho present manufacturers
ot carbon whex. have form id. It oosuWaa-
tlou and advaoted lbs pried 0. osyttss
uvui tiu wtr-ai per iwu.
1J.B Steven! fc Co.
East St. Louu . Xlmro.
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