Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 7, No. 6, Ed. 1, Thursday, October 18, 1888 Page: 1 of 4
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Devoted to tlio Interests of tlio Cherokee Choctaw Cliicknuiuvi.SoinlnoIci Creeks anil nil Otlior I milium or tlio Indian Tcrrltorr.
CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO.
VINITA INDIAN TERRITORY TIIURSDAY OCTOBER 18 1888.
VOL. VII. NO. 6.
Benj. McLean & Co.
KANSAS CITY MO.
Sheep-Skins Tallow Etc.
K J. SE.NSENKr
METCALF MOORE & CO.
Lit h i'Jiiiiiii: ;:iii Mfiiis.
Goods aro handled promritiy on day of nrrivnl itemized statement"
figured nt highest market pritcs being sent accompanied by cheque.
ILSTo Olmrsos oo-xxy Sort xxo 3vr.c3.o
Suob. t& Oommlsalon 3Z3to.
RcaBonnblo advances mado on Bills of Lading to responsible ship-
pers. I'riccs Current for hides and skins in general for wool for furs
etc. will bo mailed regularly on application
KANSAS CITY STOCK YARDS KAXSAS CITY MO.
ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCK YARDS ILLINOIS.
KtrLcllcrf And Telegram addressed to n nt either jard n III rccclro prompt
HON. O. W. CLAIUC Vlnlta. CLEM V. rtOOr.IlS Eti Oowali.
WM. LITTLKV Ilsq Vlnlta. JOHN a llOOAM T51. Adair
W. a l'ATTONEsii Vlnlta. SAM II. MAVES nj l'ryor Creek.
OLr.M HAYDEN r.na. Chouteau.
H O IMC ES Jk. C3r A. X 1ST"
IS. "W". BEIDEILjILi
Has just moved into his now store
Corner 4th and MapleSts. Chetopa Kan.
Lamps and General House. Furnishings
33vtggies and Spring "Wagons.
6TYou'aro cordially invited to call and cxamino Goods and Trircs.
q T. HEIUIAX
Furniture Coffins Sewing Machines.
Thirteen rear experience a an undertaker.
Makes a !" laity orembalmlnjr. "M
A NDLHSON A: WEllAMi
Organs Sowing Machines
E3-UniUrtklne-i:mbalmlns a Specialty.
Chotopa - - - Kansas.
Blacksmith and Wagon Maker.
I have- two forgen in operation
and am prepared to do work in my
lino including tlio lopniriug ol
Plows in a satisfactory inntnier.
My terms will bo STRICTLY
CASH and my prices tlio lowest.
Am located in the south part of
(own nt the old W. . uuuloy siiop
Jr)rL32 i-iA-iwrcss eioei-iqi.
Pitched from Texas to the Territory.
''171 ; --. Tir- a.
TIT " - V - f.
Satfdle and Harness Shop
uan uo lounu nm uoor oast 01
Pattern's dry goods storo with
nno ot tlio
BEST SELECTED STOCKS
Kvcr in tljis country. I have
been in tlio business in Texas
for fifteen years and will du-
plicato KVKRY STYLE AND PRICE
Nought in any market. All I
nsk is a trial before purchasing.
I'll convince you J Mean what
Good News for thoP?ople of Vinita.
Protective and Detective
Sm Anthony Musouave Governor
of Queensland Australia died sud-
denly on tlio tltli.
The German police liavo solzcd nil
tlio copies of tlio pnpor containing tlio
luto Emperor Frederick's diary ox-tracts.
The President haa pardoned ex-
Lieutenant Jiimos II. O. AVllcox of tho
army. Ho was In prUou for duplicat-
ing pay accounts.
Judge Thuiiman argued for tlio
Govornmont In tlio Doll tolophono case
boforo tho Supremo Court at Wash-
ington on tlio Oth.
The grand Jury of St. Clair County
III. lias returned an Indictment charg-
ing Slovls b'ouoy ox-Buporvlsor oi Ca-
hokbi township with tho cmbezzlo-
ment of f 10.000.
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
Oloanod by Tolograph and Mall
Uiuod Maroh and Sept.
each year. It la an noy
Iclopedla of naeful lnfor-
'matlon for all who pur-
cnoaa ins luxariaa or ma
neoeaaitlea of llfo. Wo
can olotho 3 1 and furnltb jrou with
all tho necenarx and unnecessary
appll&ncei to rlde.wallc danoo sleep
cat. Oah hunt work bo to church
or stay at homo and In various ilios
trios and quantltlot. Just fliruro out
what la requlrod to do all theso things
COMFORTABLY and you can make a fair
eatlciata of the value- of tho I3U YEII8'
QUIDB whloh will bo snt upon
receipt of 10 conts to par postage
MONTGOMERY WARD ft CO.
111-114 Michigan Avonuo Chicago 111.
(BAST SIDE OF TRAOK)
-db --1 . it ;!l!tP.K4
A WAit in passongor ratos to tho
I'agt was Inaugurated at Denver on
tho Oth which sent ratos to Missouri
river points down nearly ono-thlrd
and proportionately to other Eastern
A London nawspnpor soys tho cn-
gngomont of tho daughtor of General
lloutnngcr to Captain Drlant which
has recently been announced repre-
sents tho triumph of tho lady's views
over her fathor's wishes.
Mits. Cleveland her .aothcr and
tho fnmlly whom they wcro visiting In
Now York occupied a box at Palmer's
Theater tho other evening. General
Sherman and a number of others paid
their respects to them during tlid
The Investigation Into tho cause of
tho accident on tho Iialtlmoro & Uhlo
railroad near Galthcniburg tho othor
night by which throo persons woro
killed has been concluded. It was dc-
volopcd that tho train men on the
freight had gono to slcop.
Staple & Fancy Groceries
Flour Feed &. Provisions.
Makes a specially of all kinds ol
Country Produce of I'rcry Description.
Have In addition tothr (roods namnt a llneoi
fllass ari A: Uuccnswarn. l'artleular at
Itntloucaltud to the ttoufc of Tobaccos ami
cigars. . .
The Spanish American Lltornry
Society has appointed a committee
undor tho nanio "Cuban Relief Fund
of Now York" with hcadquartors In
room U o. 10 Beaver street. Tho
object Is to ralso funds to relievo
sufferers by tho Inst cyclono In Cuba.
In the Honnto on the Oth the conference
report on the Dontlencr bill was presented and
after Be itor I'.dmunJs had Inquired wnr the
Item paying to the widow of Chief Justice Walte
the balance of bis rear's salary had been
struck out the report wa agreed to. The
bill as to the counting of the electoral vote
was passcdi alio the bill to constitute Lincoln
Neb a port of entrr. Senator Edmunds Intro-
duced a bill to par the widow of Chief Jus-
tice Walto 18713 as tho balance of a year's
salary. It wai referred to the Judltlary
Committee which Imnv-dlatcly reported It
for passage. The Tariff bill was then
taken up and Senator lllscock addressed
tho Senate. Adjourned In the House by
unanimous consent the bill appropriating
f.'yxx) to enforco tho Chinese Kxcluslon
bill passed. The bill appropriating 173.00
to sscure to tho Cherokee freedmen
their portion of certain proceeds of lands also
passed Tho conference report on the bill to
allow persons who bare relinquished homo-
stead entries to mako annther was agreed to.
Pending consideration of the conference report
on the Deficiency bill the point of no quorum
was raised and tho House adjourned
Ik tho Hcnato on the 10th a number ot
resolutions were Introduced and adopted after
which the biu to pay the widow of Chief Justice
Walters. 173 tho balance of a years salary
was takm up and passed. Two other bills of a
local natu.-e were prssed when the Tariff bill
was taken up and Senator Halo addressed the
Senate In opposition to the 8' ...to substitute.
Adjourned . Tho House agreed to tho confer
ence report on the Deficiency bill hlch dis-
posed of all appropriation bills; also the con-
ference report on the bill granting the right of
way to a rallrotd through the Yankton rcsenra
tlon and adjourned nntll Friday
Tux Bcnnto on the 11th passed the Honse
bill appropriating IV'.W) for tho enforcement of
the Chlnose bill. Senator Mitchell addressed
tho Senate on bis bill to reduce letter postage
to one cent and when tho Tariff bill u taken
up Senators Cullom and l'latt spoke In favor of
It Adjouraod .. The House was not In session.
Soon after meeting on tho 12th the Sen-
ato resumed consideration ot the Tariff bill
and Senator Chace continued his remarks. Af
ter an Inquiry by Senator Dolph as to the tariff
on coal and a reply by Senator Allison that coal
slack bad been placed on the tre list through
mistake and the Intention Is to mako all coal
pay a duty of terenty-nre cents per ton
Senator Call addressed tho Senate and
Senator Hawley thought It was unnecssary to
further discuss the tariff at this time Several
conference reports wero aireed to and the Sen
ate adjourned until Monday.. ..After agreeing
to one or two coaference reporla onefcclngto
retire General I'laianton with the rank of
Major the House went I to Commltteo of the
Whole upon the Private calendar The point
ot no quorum was raised and the House ad-
journed until Monday.
The Secretary of tho Interior finds
In tho caso of R. 1". Wntorman of
Marlon County Kan. who claimed
(780 for depredations committed In
18&! by Kiowa Indian that ho lost
property to that amount but tho olulm
not feeing presented within tho period
fixed by lnw ho can not allow tho
The Colt arms
ford Conn. will
factory at Hart-
soon begin the
i tntj (tntf my what I Mean.
I HAVE NOW
A First Glass Shoemaker
Employed in tho shot) pre-
pared to get up at tho shortest
possible uotico n
STYLISH BOOT OR SHOE
And ono which will fit per-
fectly the foot for which ft is
made. Only superior stock is
used in any of our work. All
REPAIRING NEATLY DONE
And warranted. In addition
for our own uso and to accom-
odate tho trade wo Icrp a fall
line of Shoe Furnithingt.
JDcvXlcio. - HocctSm
Branch ofilco: ATOKA I. T.
Look out for C on Left Jaw.
Have your horses branded and
th'us secure their safety.
Responsible afjonls wanted in
ovcry section of tho Indian Terri-
tory. Apply to Protective and
Detective Association Atoka I. T.
for terms to agents.
iUoo Carry a rUTE
J. B. Stevens
xxxt22 or1 nTjaaiES-
0 Co. Vinita Ind.
a-. ?. 3-TJ3sra?j3n.
LIVERY FEED AND SALE
Ii tho direct moat popular and only lino running
To and from all tho following principal polnUii
t'HT. LOUIS FOnTWAVSE
V .n Jr VU AM flIWV
THE CAR SERVICE OF THE
WABASH RAILWAY .
T. unanrmssod and consists or liananomo nw
Tho rtwd-tied Is ent In.aplehdld oondlUon.
ThotroclnaroallUld witn imrrsiwi ru..
rand Uiofast lime c 010 ooimoruua
i p?flor nmmoda'tlons no ibo Wohaah ato un-
fjqualod T n; other lino.
Information In reW"tIl0.'J!r.iLv'n!iiS
Don't Want to be Pitched
iilCINO and l'AltUIIl COAC'lira 1-lcnnt
fcH.W.WMUl'HAI IfAltrt. hostap;
KlTwo'rSL anTm.rTO; uX-
till IfTf IViriNI'Il nni lVfHJLJlIUJr a-
W4 " " 1
Will Endeavor to Bnlld upon
lcttcr.toanyAiwult tho Wawuh
Would savo tho country if .1
could; can't bo done with Leather
but will do your
BOOT .AJSTD SHOE
Ncatly and Substantially.
jQrA fiharo of your patronngo
Special attonlion given to
COWBOY SADDLES URIDLES
Good Rigs at Reaconablo Rates I
By tho day or week.
The Great Through Line between the
NORTH SODTH.EAST &WEST.
Through Pullman UuBet Hlcctntf Cars
ST. LOUIS KANSAS CITY PUEHL0
COLORADO SHORT LINE.
4 DAILY TRAINS -0.
Dctirccn Kansas Clly and St. Louli.
Q DAILY TRAINS 2
Hrlnccu the orllt and South.
l'ullman UuSet Slrrptnfr Cam free Itccllnlcg
- H. C. TOiiMiEMr
' Ocn"l rassenccr and Ttcbtt Acent
ST. LOUIS. MO.
manufacture ol Jlyo thousand navy re-
volvers for tho United Stntos Govern-
ment. Tho new plccu Is a flvc-eliootor
38-callbor. Iiosldcs bolnjr solf-couk-
Injf all tho cartridges may bo In-
stantly removed by n Blight prossuro
of tho thumb .
A Yalb graduate who was ft stu-
dont about thirty years oj;o said In
sponklnjr of cliatifros that had takon
plnco slneu his tlmo: "I never knew
whether to attach any slgntfleanco to
It or liot but whan I wns thoro tho
law school adjoined tlio jail the medi-
cal college was noxt Urn Cemetery utid
tho divinity school was on tho ro.id
to tho poor liouso."
Information for Our Pafrons
Careful attention given to all
stock entrusted to my keeping.
Stablo on Wilson Stroct
South of Millor's hardware storo.
)East of Track(
Has a Mico Lino of Staple and
J. AV. M.
Frult3 and Vegetables Always
Kept in Stock.
All dcecriptkins of Country Pro.
ducu including Hides Purs
and Wool bought and sold
THE 'FRISCO LINE.
Handsome new rqulpmrnt surpassing every
thine nnw run west of the Mississippi rlier A
fvll Itne of elegant new l'ullman Drawlog Uoom
and llullet Sleepers havo just been put Into
aerTlce by this popular routo to run dally be-
tween St- Louis amt aalreston Texas via Fort
Smith l'arls and IMUaa without cbaniie
A full complement of clecant new ltrcllnlna
LLuiruiTioi uiemosi improiea pattern and
flnlsh with the celebrated Scarrttl Chair up-
bolsteivd In leather. These oars ure inotlels of
Krfccilon and will be tun dally betwetn fit.
mis and llul.teml Kansas via Sprlmrlleld
Ostll.OKO and Wichita and between St I.ouls
and Ulva Kansas via Carthaie Joplln Cher-
male. WlnHeld Arhausaa Ctty ami CaldwoU.
Ail passengera iraieunK Detwfen hi ixmiis and
Alhansas and Texas ami between fit. Louis and
Kansas pulnta sl.nuld patronize this great
through car route through the grand South-
wesv Wo will alwaya lead nil competitors la every
thing popular with the truellng public
For any particular Information call upon or
address nearest agent 'Ktlsco Hue or the under-
signed 1). WISH ART
General Passenger Agent
ST LOUIS. MO.
Tub 'Tntr Election Leaguo" Is sold
to havo branches In oVery county and
pmoltict lu Indiana. It has no connec-
tion whntoror with tho "Commltteo of
Ono Hundred" whoso onicora recently
received a donattonof $500 from Chair
man Huston of tho Republican State
Commltteo but has In vlow tho same
results. Colouol Samuel Morrill of
Indianapolis in prcsldont. and Cantuln
John It. Connor of tho Indiana Fartn-
l'lifcsiDi.NT Adams of tho Union
Pacific thinks that tho In tor-Stnto law-
is greatly rcsponslblo for tho demoral-
ization In railroad hffnlrs and that ox-
porlenco uas uhotvn that It Is not based
upon sound principles. Tlio innblllty
of ronds to mako lower ratos on trafllo
between largo commorolal cantors thnn
between Intermediate local ppints ho
says has tho effect of driving tho busi-
ness away from largo points and tho
prohibition of pools U leading to a
general consolidation of roads. Tho
weaker lines being uuablo.to compote
against strong linos on oven terms
will bo forced out of cxlstonco and the
strong lines will absorb thom.
rnnsoxAL and political.
Senatoh lAi.n'B report on tho clvll-tor-vlco
wns ptescuted on the 10th. There-
port severely censures President Cleve-
land nnd the administration for alleged
violation of the principle of the clvll-ser-vlco.
Hon. James O. Blaixi spoke to an Im-
mense audience at Indianapolis Ind. on
tho evening of thelltb. There was a great
parade nnd demonstration provlous to the
m Uonr.Lt Mackenzie the English
surgeon ot the late Emperor Frederick of
Germany in his book on the case btntnea
Dr DerRmann of Berlin as the cause of
the Emperor's early dctnlsj.
The Inter-Btate Commerce Commission
has requested (i cqnfejenco wltlt Chairman
Leedt. of the Transcontinental Associa
tion and Chairman Mldgley of tho West-
ern Freight Association In regard to the
tarlffi which recently called forth such
vigorous protests from Chicago merchants
TausiaNT IIalL has nominated Ashbsl
Fitch to Congress front the Thirteenth dis-
trict ot New York and Sunset Cox from the
Titc report that UOnnll-a Flood had died
In Germany was denied later.
Axantl-Uoulnnaist meeting in Paris on
the 12th was disturbed by DoulanglsU and
a nght ensued in wuien many persons
In the Interview betntten Emperor Wil-
liam and the Pope at Home the latter
pleaded for a return of his temporal sov-
ereignty. The Emperor replied that It
would be better instead If the Popo aided
those having charge of the conservation of
Negotiations have been entered Into by
tho German representatives in Zanzibar
with a tlev of settling the differences
with the natives and preventing further
OfnsarlyA00Omllrsof steel rail well b Unit-
ed with Iron nnd steel bridges an equipment
uuezcillrd. with otcr !1 passenger trains
dally truverslnirihe great states nl MIHBOUltl
1LI.IN01H NK1IUAHKA. IOWA. KANSAS
COI.OKADO. M1NNKSOTA and the TK11III-
.ujtiro n lu in.iu ixihuf up 1.1 i uiiuibii ru
ace Bleeping Cars the llurllulon s Celebrated
Dining Cars and Improvinl Modern i'ree Chair
Cur is unqurstionatily the route for trarelcra
to tako goinv i;at Wc' or NurJi
Threv itally fast trains U-tween Kansas Ctty
Rt Joteph AtchUon. Imcnworth OuUicy.
llurllngtun. I'corla and Chicago without clianro
Two (tally lust trains betweon Kansas City
Council llluffs. t)mb. SIouk City DcsMalncs
Mlnneanolis and 8t. IVul wili ra hange.
Two da ly fssl trulni between Ksiuos Utty
fit. Joseph Atthison ad U?nror without
Thx llnecarolng tho Government Kat Mi
between the llastund the tar Weal. ay tklicl
agent can k' )ou maps nnd tune labia u toll
wU knowu route or uu ran address
II. (' Oil It
Ceu'l Boutliwestern l'nittiitsr Ap nt
KANSAS C1TV Ma
Or A. f. 1IAWK8
llje mU and TUket Ateut
PT-- "- WtMM At
The election ot ruombors ot tho
Ilayti Assembly with powor to elect n
l'rosldent nnd rovlso tho Constitution
of lbC7 hnvlng rosultoU In favor of ox-
Senutor F. D. I.ogitlmo Gunerul Zedlo
Dolmaquo tho otlior candldnte for tho
Presidency nttaekod tho Palais Na-
tlonalo at Port aul'rlnco nt tho head of
nhottt four thousand nion. Tho pro-
visional. Government defended the
palnls with rogtilar troops nnd tho
l'orl nu l'rlnco militia (lonurnl Del-
maqiio was killed during tho attack
and his troops woro Immediately dis-
banded and public order wus restored.
General Legitime is now the only can-
didate and will bo elected by tho Na-
Ax important engineering enterprlso
now In progress Is a railroad In tho
Arctlo circle Tho Swedish und Nor-
wegian railroad now building from
I.ulea on tlio Gulf of Uothula to Loffo-
den on tho North sea Is partly sit-
uated within tho Arctlo circle und is
somo twolvo hundred miles further
north thnn any railroad In Canada.
An Interesting motcorologlcnl fact
stated in rotation to this work is that
(ha HDOnfnll Is found to bo actually
less than In some moro souttioin lati-
tudes while tho darkness of tho long
winter nights has boon partly com-
pensated by tho light ot tho aurora
Tho object In vlow in constructing
this lino is to top tho enormous de
posits of Iron oro lit tho Uelltvuro
tiuumtaliiH tho npproximato exhaus-
tion ot tho oro In thulllllmo (Spalnl
district remloring very tluMrublo u notyj
field of jioii-phospliofju pru suitable fan
Fins probably caused by burglars de-
stroyed A. Street's gun storo B. II. Fry's
stove stero and the Grand Army and the
Knights ot of Honor halls In Dallas Tex.
the other morning. Loss SI30U0.
Tue National line steamship Queen col-
lided with a French fishing schooner in a
fog off the banks of Newfoundland recent-
ly. Tnentyot the unfortunate flsbermfn
were drowned the remainder being res-
cued. The last of Gerontmo's band of reno-
gade Apaches hao beeu captured in
Ashessoh Lewis Bweet ot Park City
Mont was shot dead by an unknonn as-
sassin the other night.
Finv-nvE lives were loit In tbedlsastr
on the Lehigh Valley road at Mud Ilun
Pa. on the night of the 101b. Forty others
were seriously Injured several fatally. It
was thought tho engineer of the colliding
train was to blame
TwExrY thousand Yorkshire (England)
colliers havo given notice to tuolr em-
ployers tbat they will go out on a strike
unless they aro conceded a ten percent.
advance in their wages. It Is expected
that 50000 other colliers will also give no-
tice to the tamo effect-
Judos Hawter of the United States
Circuit Court at San Franolseo bat issued
two writ ot habeas corpus designed to
test some of tho iuetlous to be raised over
the right to (and of Chlnose arriving here
after tho Exclusion act went Into effect
One writ was for a Chinaman arriving by
the steamship Uelglo who had A return
certificate and the question raised Is
whether Congress can constitutionally
deprive Chinese holding custom bouse
certificates of tbe right to return.
Tub Earl ot Winchester nnd many mem
ber! of the English clergy have contrib-
uted to the relief of tbe poor in Ireland.
A motion was tuado In the Buprome
Court nt llutfalo N. Y. on tho lllh torn
commission to take tho testimony of
President Cleveland In a suit ot Hov. Dr
George H. Hall against the New Yoti.
A'renfnjf Pott for libel. Tho motion win
denied. The suit grows out ot l'.ev. Ball'
candat charges In tbo last Presidential
Tits commltteo ot Irishmen colltctlce;
money for Farneir litigation with tho
London limes have secured um so tar.
but need much moro and appeal especially
A rtns which broko out on tho steamer
Harris at Groenpolut h. I. the other
morning spread to adjoining vessels and
to tbe Standard Oil shipping department
cnuslng n loss ot W.WO. Vive firemen
wero styetely burned
A NonniDOi'NU passengor train on tbe
Cleveland Lomlna & Wheeling road. aud
a freigbt train collided near MnsslHou O.
on tho 11th and both engines two pnsson-
ger coaches nud sevarat freight cars wero
completely Wrecked. A brakemsn -cud n
passenger wero fatally tnyured una anstn-
er man naa uoui if gs uf)can. 1
(J. C Dsan prlvata seuret
.lolin A. Auami Of hllU
i;oit to Canada bocnuso
11 u ttukuewu nuiaunt
Serious Washouts caused by floods were
reported from tho province of New Jlruns-
wick recently. The fall rains wsrs un-
precedented. The lwttora ot the Holurt I). Carson art
Ohio river cattle steamboat collapsed tbe
other nlgbt and the vessel sank near
Evansvillf Ind. Tho crew escaped.
Osk hundred persons wero killed In re-
cent disorders at Port au Prince Ifaytl.
A Madrid dispatch says there has been
a renewal of the conflicts between Morocco
and the United States. The latter de-
mands that Ihe authorities at Fex be pun-
ished for the arrest ot the American
Consul's protego and that Indemnity be
The Vandatla freigbt depot at East BL
Louis HI. wai Lurnod tho other night.
The President has veto d a Senate bill
granting restoration of pension to Sarah
A. Woodbrldgo on tho grounds that the
precedent ought not to bo established of
granting A pension to a soldier's widow
after a remarriage when the second hus-
band still survived.
Two men gagged tho night clerk In charge
of tbe post-ofllco nt Houston Tex. on tho
morning ot the 13th and robbed tbe mall
pouches of how much was unknown.
An oil well has boon struck near Find-
lay O. which eclipses any thing in tho
history of the Ohio Held. It Is estimated
to flow 0.000 barrels per day.
Iowa had two b ink failures on the 11th.
Tho Dover Valley Bank ot Woodbine nnd
the Caldwell Dank at Logan closed their
At the Intersection of the Walnut Hills
cable road and the Park nvenue line of
horse cars Cincinnati recently a collision
occurred between cable car 133 and Park
avenue car No. 10 caused by the Inability
to work the track brake on tbs cable car.
There were about lWpassengors on both
cars but no one was seriously Injured.
Two Iwgus notes one for 15I7W and an-
other for 110000 Isrnod by absconding
treasurer Bosworth ot the Stafford mills
at Fall Illver Mass. have been found
bringing up his defalcatl .1 to 13000.
A report of yellow f rat Green Cove
Springs Fla. has lou received at the
Marine Hospital Bureau.
Tue President bas vetoed the bltl author-
lilng the Secretary of the Treasury to set
tle the claim of James M. Wilbur for ex-
tra work in laying the tiling In the New
York poat-ofnee building in lH'i. Tho
claim amounted to about $1.1000.
C11IXA advices state that on the night of
August 13 a flood caused by great reins
Inundated twenty v'llagesdroWdlng more
than ten thousand persons and large num-
bers of anlma's In the Len LI Ho district.
Haxouro Germany bas ceaied to be a
free port and bas become a member ot tho
Zollvcreln. Bremon will shortly follow
her example and tho last relic ot tho
Hanseatle league will thus bo removed.
CLEARt.-io house returns for tbe week
ended October 13 abowed an avirage In-
crcaso of 3.4 compared with ths corre-
sponding neck ot last year. In New York
the increase was 0.4.
TWEttTV-riVB persons were killed re-
cently by nu explosion Of gunpowder
in a Village festival In the provlnco 01
A block ot seven-story unuuings in
Buchanan street and a three-story block
opposite were destroyed by Are in Glas-
gow Scotland on tbe 11th. Tbe loss was
The Chicago street car strike ended ou
the 11th Mr. Yerkcs agreeing to pay an
advance ot six per cent. Mayor' Koche
w'ns mainly Instrnmeotnlr by his untiring
exertions In bringlng'tho strike to an end.
AltDEnsoy Acting Commissioner ot the
General Larid-ofilce has received Informa-
tion of the conviction of Charles K. Beach
for subornation of perjury In connection
with tho entry of AT.UOO acres ot redwood
timber laud in California estimated by ono
of tbe Interested parties to be worth $11-
000010. Toe coroner's Jury in the case of Thomas
Wardell the cool operator klllud Irf strik-
ing miners at Bovier Mo. found tbat he
was slain by unknown parties in self de-
tense. H-ports from tbe mines of the 14th-
showsd a critical state of affairs with
trouble certain If now men were brought
A laroe crack due to Improper cooling
hat been discovered in the'ateel stern post
ot tbe new cruiser Baltimore which was
recently launched at Philadelphia.
The Norton Uinghatn apd Cheviot Man-
ufacturing Company of Walpole Mass.
has assigned with 00000 liabilities and
unknown assets. It started last February.
Fcktiier investigation of the terrible
disaster on tho Lehigh Valley road at Mud
Ilun Pa. put tbe blame upon llrakeman
Hannlgan. who wns sent back to stop
Cook's train with a lantern. Instead of
doing so bo remained to flirt with somo
girls at tho windows of the cars which
were afterward wrecked.
Testimony of the Trainmen Itegardlng tho
Mml Ilun lllaaster
MAtfCH ClIOSK Fn. Oct. 10. When th
cdroncr's Jury Investigating the Mud Hurt
accident returned Its teitlon yestorday nf- '
ternoon James llarrlgan tho brakeman
on section 4 testified that ho went back;
with red nnd whlto lights nnd tirpedoot
but said he never knew of the rule which
required brnkeraen to go back half a mllo
and did not think It was necessary to Walk;
that far. When he got beyond the plat-
form of tho station he hoard ono long
whlsllo nnd thought It WM an answer to
his flag but when ho saw tho train com-
Ingat what he Judged to bo twenty miles
an hour he fired lilt magazine.
Cook tho engineer of the first engine
testified tbat he was running nt the rato of
twelve or fourteen miles an hour Lilt saw
no signals at the station. When rounding
tho curve be heard two blasts from tho
engine behind him. which signified "All
right" and ho went en coming to tho sta-
tion at ten miles an hour. When still
nearer the station he sawn white signal
being swung violently across the track
nnd applied tbe brakes to his engine but
It was then too lata to nvold tho crash.
Ho declared positively that If Major the
engineer of the rear engine had applied
th air brakes tbe train could hara been
stopped but Instead Major pulled open
tho throttle when within a quarter of a
mile of the station.
Other witnesses testified tbat tho train
which ran luto the forward section was
running from fifteen to twenty miles an
hour and ono witness who was on the
fourth section says that he saw tho red
light being waved two or throe hundred
yards back ot his train. Most of the evi-
dence of passengers in the two sections
corroborated each other In declaring tbat
tbe train was running at a high rato ot
speed and that tho proper danger signals
Otlcers of the road gave Immaterial tes-
timony and tba coroner adjourned the
bearing until AVedncsday.
The coroner's jury taking testimony In
the Mud Ilun wreckV went to Bethlohem
Hatu day and took (be testimony of
Joseph I'ohl fireman -of the engine that
ran into tho fourth section and who is at
present receiving treatmer. at fit Luke's
hospital for Injuries attained In th no-cldent-
He stated that 'h'e was sitting in
tho cab looking out the window and that
hn saw tbo whits target4Ul- afterwards
called to the engineer tbat every thing
Was all right He then rested his bead on
hit hands and tba next thins he beard was
too wblstlt for down brakes aw"fW en-
gineer put bis bands on the lever but
could not atats positively whether ho
turned It or not after which ho jumped
from the train rolling down the' eihbnnk-
ment and receiving a broken leg. ' He nlso
stated that he bad been on duty from tiro
o'clock Wednesday morning up to tho
time tbo accident occurred.
DENIED BY MILLS.
A Statement Start Ily Mr. Illalne on tho
Authority or Allison lienled lly It Q.
EVAKSVttLE Ind. Oct. 1.1 Tho follow-
ing letter wns written to Edwin Taylor
chairman of the Democratic cqunty com-
mittee of this county:
7JEW AUiakt Ind. ecL 11 You caitea my
attention to-day is I win leaving Evansvllle to
the statement of Mr. Illalne In his speech at
Goshen Ind In which be says: 'The president
of the tuear trust (Mr Ilaremevcr). a well-
('known J)onibratn NeWVorkynppeSrea'beJ''
fore tno Ways ana Means comrriwo ana Bo-
cording to the statement made la the-open
Senate by Mr. Allison of Iowa obtained inch a
rate ordutr as was equivalent to luao-Xln the
pockets or the trust. If therefore the price has
been unduly advanced to tho consumer Ihe re-
sponsible parties according to the President's
doctrines aro tho President himself and the
Ways and Meats Committee who concocted
Ibo Milla bill In tho Interest ot that trust." Tba
statement of Mr Illalne It devoid of truth. Mr.
lt.it cmeicr never appeared UiToro tbe Ways
and Means Committed at all. He never ob-
tained nny arrangement by which 10010000 was
put ino tho pockets of the sugar trust. Tbe
sugar trust was formed under the existing
tariff mado by the republican party la lfl and
when tbe bill. rcccnUy passed by tbs House
Was laid before tho Ways and Means Com-
mitted for Its action every one of tho Ore Re-
publican members of that commltteo voted to
strike out the reduction we proposed ant con-
tinue the tariff rates under which the trust was
formed. Yours trulr. R. Q. Mills.
returning Striken Ret Into Fracas With
the New Men
CniCAOO Oct. 15. Notwlthttnndlng tho
tettlement ot tbo ttrike a rather serious
conflict occurred this morning about threo
blocks from tbe Garfield avenue barn be-
tween a mob ot strikers and the new men
who were ruitntug out cars. The first car
was run out snd proceeded on Its way
without event Tbo next six cars wero
then run out and bad proceeded to
Center street whou a mob issued from
an alley near by and made a savage
assault upou tbe new drivers and con-
ductors. Stones and missiles were burled
through the air and several of the mob
pound i Ihe new mm jiud endeavored to
drag them off tbe cars. A band to hand
struggle then ensued. Captain Bcbnak
wai notified of tbe trouble and be with
twenty-ftvo men Immediately ttarted for
tbs tceue. Tba mob which bad evidently
vented its splta ran away when the pollco
appeared. Soveral of tho conductors and
driven were hurt pretty severely. Tba
new men tay tbey recogulred tho men In
emigrant train near GlendlvoV nt three tbe mob at strikers. Tbo trouble arose
ladles were badly hurt nud much property ' through the fact that new men who wero
ruined. . I retained were concentrated at tbe Gartleld
Joitx II. Knapp. president ot the great avenue bams and were the only nion run-
lumber ilrm of Knupp btout & Co. died nlng cart from that point
at dlVUUIUIUCU 1B. .WITU.IJ ut vhiimi w.
Advices from Samoa dated October 2
state tbat Malletoa't partisans had burned
Tamassoo's residence and wcro boslcging
bit adherents at Mulinl point The latter
were itbout food nnd water and tbo Ger
mans were then trying to supply them.
Bt tbe misplacement of a switch In tbe
station at Canton Mass. tbo other morn
ing a Fall River tram ran Into a Middle-
boro train smashing four enre and driving
otie through a fwundry wall. No ono was
Zamzibah natives have attacked and de-
stroyed Madunoloa a German station near
BY a collision between a fro';nt ana an
the face. His w ealth w as placed at many
Br the fall of a block ot buildings In
Glasgow Scotland recently $230000 dam-
ago was done.
Tux story tbat tbree Gorman sailors bad
boen eaten by Zaurlbar uatives proves un-
founded. They were killed but not de
Tue vetoing ot pension bills occupied
tbe attention of tbe Senate a part of tbo
time ou tbo 1Mb tho Mary Ann Doherty
caso being tbe principal matter. The
Tariff bill was further debated. In the
House Mr. Oates Introduced a joint reso-
lution to adjourn on tho l"tb which was
Colonels Duncan 11. Cooren Bparrett
Hill and John W. Childless have pur
chased tho Nashvlllo (Tenn.) -Imerfcuii
and will make It n tarill reform paper.
The Treasury Department has decided
that luipotted fancy boxes containing
holiday presents which can be used for
other purposes than as coverings for
articles must pay duties of 100 per cent
The Sioux chiefs Interviewed Secretary
Vllat at Washington on tbo lath. Hitting
Bull John Grass Mad Bear and other
chiefs explained their opposition to tba
act opening their rosorvUlons.
AUVK'Eft from Java ttatu that a con-
spiracy against the Dutch residents bas
been discovered. Forty-two of tbe rlng-
le"ndcrsJuv.the'jpiovement were arretted
ajid ' eleven "othcrr; who refused to sur-
render were shot.
"Robert Daviuso a saloon passenger
oa tbo steamer Ethiopia from Glasgow It
tuppoind to have committed suicide by
lamping overboard at he was ttot teeu
alter the Itth Davldiou was a resident
Kansas City Mo. Oct 19. Mr. Rutus
Montgall one ot Kansas City's oldest and
most respected citlient died yesterday
afternoon at bit. residence. Ha was bora
In Bhelby County Kentucky tit 1817 mak-
ing him seventy-one years ot age at Ibo
. time ot bis death. Mr. Montgall settled
I In the southern port of Kaw township on
Brush creek and remained on bis farm
until 1&17 when be removed to the old
homestead located at Nineteenth street
and Agnes avenue. Here ho lived until
six years ago when he removed to bis ele-
gant city home at Thirteenth and Locust
streets where ho died.
Tho amusements of Halloween greatly
vary In different localities nnd among dif-
ferent people. In some sections parties
where all tho ladles aro dressed in calico
or a kindred material and their mala at-
tendants are arrayed In 'X-ts coats aud
neckties of the same materials aro tho
vogue. Frequently tho young ladlot tend
tufllcieut material Uko their gowns for the
gentlemen's oultlts to the house ot tbs per
son who gives the party. Then on an
evening a week previous fcJ tald party all
the gentlemen Invited meet nnd select their
materials. This they have made luto coats
vests and neckties without knowing to
whom tboy aro Indsbted. Oa Halloween
s each gent walks into too reception-room
he selects for hi part-
ner the young lady wearing the
gown tbat moichts his coat. Thus ac-
cording to tradition he learns hit fate In
tbe lottery of matrimony. Another way
Is far each lady to make a necktie from the
material like the gown she Is to wear. All
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