Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 7, No. 24, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 21, 1889 Page: 1 of 4
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Devote te the iHtcrcm at the tihorokcoB OhoctBWHj Ch!ckniialvtt9omlnelct Crocks arid nil Other Indlnn or tho Indian TerrlietT.
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CHIEFTAIN PU1LI8HINC CO.
VINITAh INDIAN TERRITORY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 2i ISoU
VOL. TIX. NO. 2i.
)Eabt of Thack(
Has a Nice Line of Staple and
jFrults and Vegetables Always
" Kept in StocJt.
All descriptions of Country Pro
duct) including Hides Furs
and Wool bought and sold.
tpivo Mo a Oall."
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' (EAST SIDE OF THAOK)
The recent riots InRomourochnxKcd
to French agitators somo of whom
havo boon arrested.
TiiKGrnnd Lako Coal (Jompany ono
of tho lnrcot coal firms In Pittsburgh
Pa. 1? cmuarraoeryilt
donx . Stiikut lnvontor of tho
ImplfOvod cattlo enr died rccontly at
fchlcngo aged fifty-two.
FnoM tho commonts of tho European
press M. Floquot's fall created ft iloop
linprosslon In llorlln itttd Vicuna.
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
Gloonod by Tolettmtth and MalL
L . 5unntn.fr-
Senator Telleii soys tho uso of his
namo In connncctlon with a Cnblnot
appointment la entirely unwarranted.
SeventV-bix pictures tho private
collection of Jatnoo fct. Stobblns
brought tho sum of (169395 at auction
at Chlckorlng Hall Now York re-
cently. MANVmotnbors of thoVicnneto aris-
tocracy havo been dwindled In buying
brass Mings for Russian gold duit
Thoy enn got no redress from tho
Arrxn pnsslng several bills of a private
and local character the Bcnals On tho U'thheld
on Executive session fDrafow trtlrjttlts And
then resumed consideration b( the Naval Ap-
propriation bill which after further debate bhu
amendment pasted AfllrAtdilit tlijbato tho
I'aclflo lUlroa.l Fending bill wat laid aside
and Vh retott ot the Committee on Privileges
and Kleciloni In tho Washington County
(Toxi't) case taken up ana the Benate toon si-
Journed When tho Home mt lf.6 Henalo
bill to enable the I'rectiieht to nrolrct the In.
tercttt ot tho United Btatet In Panama watre-
cclrrd and referred. The House then returned
debate on tho Bmallt-Klllott election caae
which continued unUl tho cloie ot the tcttlon.
Is the Benate on tbe 13h tho conference
report on tho Contulnrand DlplomatlS bill vat
preicntcd and ecrcl to and after eomo routine
work the fieVtato proceeded In a body to the
Itouleot ncpretcnletri ea for tho purpose of
rountlng tho electoral vote for Protldont and
Vice-President Upon returning to the cham-
ber tbe proceeding worn entered on the Journal
and the resolution In regard to the flection lit
Wuthlnirton Countr. Tetnx. dltCUtieu Until
adjournment. ..In tho Home Mr. Oaten
front the Judiciary committee reported a hill
A company has been formed In Now
York which propoios to mako ma-
chinos for tho dotlvory of postngo
stamps automatically by dropping a
coin In tho slot.
. Staple & Fancy Groceries
Flour Food &. Provisions.
flakes a specialty of nil kinds ot
. A V J - . .. "'
vonuirj irouueo ai r.rcrj ncscripiioil.
Hare In addition to the jroodanamida line ol
tilaaa ware A Qneemware l'artlcnlar at
tantleacalled to the ttuck of Tobaceoi and
aT. T. C3-TTN-a7333a
LIVERY FEED AND SALE
Owino to tho vlolont opposition of
tho pooplo of Hungary to tho proposed
Army bill l'rcmlor Von Tsia lias
amended It in sovornl particulars nud
Jt lsnow(oxpectod to pass.
' . A CAnr.KUt. ostlmato at Ghoboygon
Mich. of tho logging stock for tho
coming soason shows that tho cut will
reach HO.000000 feet of lumber. Mill
men look forward to a very busy
Hon. Jehu IIakeu who defeated
Colonol William It. Morrison lit tho
Congressional oloctlon two years ngo
has given up his contest In tho
Eighteenth Illinois district ngalnst W.
8. 1 ormnn Domocrat.
The. Now York corn shlpjiers aro
Beginning to bo worried ovor tho grow
lng Importance ot llnltlmoro as fi.
shipping point and an Investigation ot
tho Utiltimoro iSc Ohio railway corn
turifls Is tnlkod ot.
Good JUgs at KcRsonablo Bates I
( . BjSCihji dayor nook.
THE Duko of Korfolk has dccldod
not to visit tho Vutlcan again. The
Popo Is said to bo much displeased at
Lord Salisbury for refusing diplomatic
relations. It Is assorted that Irish lit-
fluenco Is coining.
t" amend the Naturalltatlnn Idvl and
dlan Appropriation bill Vral pbrlcd. At W:M
me Hcnato wot rwcivca in a body ror tne pu
bo.tt f tttulitlni the electoral vale for I 'reildent
and Vice Prottdent. After the nroce edlnci re-1 year.
quircu by law. tne prctldlnx omcer formally an
bounced Harrison and Morton elected and the
Senntort returned to their thamtar. A taA
and heatef ilebato then tolloMd on Vnle Small!-
Kinoii rontctt rrom Bruin Carolina tbo ma-
jority report wnnrtnlne Elliott lbhltentWai
finally adopted and the Hoili ttdjOumcd
IN tho (Senate On tho llih the reso-
lution for a aelect commltteo ot teren Senator
tho Iri liration and reclamation ot arid landa wa
ecrced ta One or tko utalmoortant bills tiaiscd.
Senator Wilton (Iowa) ed-lRUcd the Senate In
aupport of the bill rclntlnjt to Imported liquor.
Avorrtncsai ordered on the LegtilatlTO
Appropriation bill and the reiolutlon In tela-
tlon to tho W aldington County (Tex ) election
wat further (ll.cuiind by Senator Colts.
Tbo Ilouo non-concurred In the Bcnate
amendment to the I.egUluWo .tlU Wl
asked a further conferenco. The re-
port Ot the conference 'cororrUlleo on
tho Territorial Admltalsn till wat rrctcnted
and o further eorrence otked. Mr. Duller (N.
Y.) offered tt resolution Inttruetlng the Houte
eoutercc to (1) oxclude How Mexico. (9) ivnend
tne bill o at to pmrldo for tbo admlttlon of
South Dakota by proclamation and () that the
proposed State of North Dakota Montana and
Waahlngton thall be admitted on tho tftnie
batl. cither by proclamation or act ot Mmt-
Ion A aubttltute offered by Mr Cox JN Y.J
provldlnc for tho admlttlon of North Dakdto
Montana nnd wasntnirton nl accepted by Mr
Haker. The proposition to eliminate New
Mexico Wa addptod and pendln( further con-
sideration the House adjourned
Atioxo tho. bills rcportod to tho Senate
on th 15th wat the Houte bill to provide for
tne allotment of land In tcveralty to the Peoria
and Ml unl Indiana In tha" Indian .Vsrrltorr
Tne credential ol Henaior-eiett watnnum
(Minn.) wera presented. Its BeCalb bill to
Tnn Chlcngo Odillngton it Qulncy mil-
toad director bare declared a dividend ot
one per cent
A Uvsly vrnr on freight rales It brew-
ing among Ilia Atlantic ttoamthlp llnat.
The White Htar Company has cut ratal
from Hut-Op llfty per Cent. And tha othef
line Are ready to fdlldwlttlt.
..Tilt ofllcldl trial bt tile" new gunboat
York tow ll WA hiade In Dlaw3r bay re-
tenily hnd ttt prorioudced A tuccea.
Till ttock born ot 1). ltenby Hiemari near
Emmotttburp; Md. In which vt-oro aeVeraj
valuable hone arid it great qilnrllltr of
produce wn lleilforod by llro the other
day. Lota ?7.(T0 caute Incendlaritm.
Thrrk bulldlnirt In (iluckman & Heller's
block at Chippewa Fallt Wla. were de-
stroyed by lira tba other morning. Tho
lot fn the building and ttock was about
$170 009. I'artly (mured.
Till Iiarlholomay. uonciee uocneiter
and I'Otiibly tho Miller breworlet the four
largest In Ilochetter N Y. have It It
abl patwl Into tbe band of the
great Ungllth ayndlcaU tnlil to hava $ IM
TllKftH II soltla hnxloty among farmers
And miner In California on nccduntdf tUA
abtertca dt htln In tUa Valley AnU ibol'V
lh tna UiountAIn.
Ilbslntss fa lures (Dun's report) for tha
tovon day ended February U numbered
2S9. compared with 303 -lie previous week
and 273 tho corresponding week ot last
Eplodlnff Botlora at Hartford
Oonn. Scattor Doatb.
tli5 llhlldlntr Fall In li Heap1 anil O
lloln Tail Flt-Forty or' r'lHy Per-
tons Killed and I.n-Jnred;
itimrOnbi Corinn Feb. IP The shock
of a tremendous exptotlon dvslJte tha rttl-
dentt for blocks around thecornerot High
and Atlyn ttroett at about Ave o'clock
yeaterday morulng. On that corner stood
tbe Park Central Hotel a flve-tory brick
Iructuro about thirty feat front and 100
The IIrt to arrive on tba scone found
thlt Lulldlng a heap ot ruin from which
Itiucd tmole and steam In demo cloudt
nnd the spectator wera appalled by th
ihfltkl and groans ot mint huiilan being
Who were Imprisoned Irt the roa oi tim-
ber and maionry from which flame "vers
hireaiiy burtllng. .
A general alarm iummonod th entire
flrodorartmentandan ImmSnte crowd at-
tracted by the explosion and tiro alarm"
soon packed the sireett. 'ine name pre-
vented any attempt at rescuing and tha
ruins weto flooded with water before any
THE GUNBOAT YORKTOVN.
Careful attention given to
stock entrusted to my keeping.
Stablo on Wilson Street
Couth of Miller's hardware store.
O T. IIEItMAX
Fnrnitnre.Cofflni Sowing Machines.
Thlrtrrn yrart expeiltnce at an nndtrtatir
Uaktt a te.ltlly ofcrabalrolnt;. 731
The Joint resolution appropriating
500.000 for pnymont to tho legal rep-
resentatives ot tho Into James II. Ends
has boon slgnod by tho Proildont as
has also tho act for tho roller of Gen-
oral "Ualdy" Smith
Kei-iiesentative Matron nf tndl-
nnn chulrmanof tho llouso Committee
on Invalid 1'cnBlons was presontcd re-
cently by h! commlttco colleaguos
with a magnificent clock nnd a largo
solid sllvor doublo cigar enso.
. A NDEKS0N A TTEI.LAM)
Organs Bowing Machines
EJ-UndertaVlDi-Embalming a Specialty.
Chotopa - - Kansas.
information for Our Patrons.
OuuEits havo been Issued on tho
Pennsylvania road that no frolcht ex-
cept pcrlshablos shall run on Sunday.
Tho mon will slop work at ten o'clock
on Saturday night and will not return
to tholr work until soven o'clock Sun-
Tom Axwoimir. tho city treasurer
of Clovoland O.. who docamped from
thcro last fall after appropriating half
a million dollars has bought u largo
block of real ostato in Sault Ste.
Mario Ont A friend of his snys ho
will leavo Toronto In n fow dnyj.
ratify and confirm the a&rcercnt with the
Mutcice or Creek Indlint and opening for
tetlloment Unattlgned land In th lodlin Ter-
ritory was patted. The bill to retire General
Y. H. Ilotecrani with the rank of nrlgadler
Ocneral wa pasted. Tbe Senate patted
forty-ono private pension bill In twelve mln-
u cs. Alter resolutions and eulogies upon
the late Congressman Itobert-on of Louisi-
ana the Benato adjourned. ...In the Haute
the Tarlrt bill with Senate an ebdmenta
wa reportod. Mr Mill alto reported a
resolution tnat the ubttlintlon ot a new Tarlr:
bill by the Benato wat In conflict with the Con-
ttltutlon which gave the Home the sole power
to originate tUch a mcature. Tho rotolufon In
trnetlng the House conferees on the Territorial
Admission bill waa agreed to. It pro-
vide for tha admission of North Dakota Mon-
tana and Washington. The Senate bill for the
protection ot American Interval In Panama
paete '. A conferenoa wit ordered on the Forti-
fication and Pension Appropriation bills. The
Poat-offlce Appropriation bill waa further con-
sidered In Commlttco ot tha Whole. At the
evening session thirty-three prlrato pension
In the Bennte on tbo 10th Ilia bill to
place Major Jamee Ik-Igor on tho retired Hit a
Colonel pitied. Tho conference report on the
Direct Tax bill wot presented and agroed to
and tbo rett of tha tetsjan wo occupied by
Senator Coke In addreulng tho Senate on the
resolution en the Washington County (Te.)
election . In tbe Houta the confercneo report
ou the Dlplomatlo bill wa tubmltted
and agreed to. Two blllt to re-
duced taxation vera reported from tho Wayi
and Mean Committee. Mr. Itandal! reported
tba Cowle bill amending tha Internal rercnuo
law (abolltblng the tobacco tax) and Mr.
Toruey (Ala.) reported a minority substitute
Tha Poat-oClce Appropriation blU wa then
considered until adjournment.
Caiidisal Gmiio.NS In preaching a
sormon boforo tho convicts of tho
Maryland penltcntlnry remarked that
ho could sympathize with tholr lot os
ho too had been In prison for six
years. "Thoy called It a collego 'tis
trtio" said tho Cardinal "hut tho dis-
cipline was as rigid as thnt which
ijovcrns you now."
THE 'FRISCO LINE.
IlandtonTe new equipment surpassing every
thine now run west ot the Mississippi river. A
full line of elegant now 1'uUman Drawing Uoom
and lluffet Bleeprr have Jutt been put Into
tervlce by thli popular rout to run dally be-
tween Bt Ixiult and Oalretton Teiat.vla Fort
Smith Parte and Dal! without change
A full complement ot elegant new Reclining
Chair Care of the most Improved pattern and
finish with tbe celebrated Boarrltt Chair up-
holstered In leather 1 bese oar are model of
Krfcclton and will be inn dally between St.
mi. and Halstead. Kansas via SnrlnrReld.
Carthage and Wichita and between fat Louie
and IHufl Ktniai via Carlhane Joplln Cher.
ryvale.AVlnntld Arkantat City and Caldwell.
All patienceri traveling between Bt I-oule and
Arkamat and Tens and between Bt. I-outi and
ICaiiiaa points should patronise thit grrat
thiough car lout through the grand South-
west. Wo will alwiri lead all romnetltera In every
thing popular with the traveling publlo
For any particular Information call upon or
addrett newest agent 'Frisco line or the under-
gl 1). mSIIAHT
Oeneral Passenger Agent
ST LOUIS. Ma
The Oret Through Lint between the
HORTH SOUTHEAST WEST.
Through ruUman UufTet Bleeping Can
HT. LOUIS KAN8A8 CITY I'UEULO
COLORADO SHORT LINE.
4U DAILY THAIN8 4
Between Konui Ctly and Kt LobUj
m PA"Y TRAINS 8
IktwceH tbe Nrtk an4 South.
PulltMO Buflet Bleeping Cart free Ittcllnbf
' Chair Car.
X. C T0WNMEM)
AMn'l VMisBfr and Ticket Agent
7 PT. L0UJ8 a
Luke l'AUicit an old and wealthy
citizen of Durllngton Iowa says that
ho has been swindled out of $5000.
Ho was tricked Into a bunco gama by
a flno looking young man who pro-
tended to bo tho nophew of a bank
prosldont with whom Mr. Palmer is
acquainted. Tho victim Is a brothor
of tSoncral John M. Palmer nf Illinois.
Much comment has been caused In
Vionna by tho naws ot tho holding of
a court ball at St. Patorsburg. It is
stated that tho Czarina tried to pro-
vont It but that tho Czar insisted
upon holding tho bnllbocniiso of a sim
ilar uetton In Austria during Russia's
mourning period. Tho Dnnlsh Em-
bassy ulono was Invited to tha Russian
A voluminous substitute lifts been
reported to tho Scnuto for tho bill
passed by tho llonso to prevent swind-
ling by what Id popularly known as
"tho groon goods gamo." Tho substi-
tute mako it unlawful for any person
to uso tho raallH for tho purposo of do-
frnudlng by nogollntlon or sale of pro-
touted counterfeit monoy or securities
under penalty of u flnu of $00 or im-
prisonment for eighteen months or
both. Tho uo of n fictitious namo or
address for this purposo Is ulso mado
unlawful and subject to tho samo jhiu-allies.
The llnltlmoro American's Wash-
ington correspondent tolcgraphs tho
following probnblo Harrlcon Cabinet
as coming from a reliable sourcot
Secretary of Stuto. Jamos O. Ulalnoj
Socrotary of tho Treasury CharlosFos-
ter of Ohloi Socrclary of War Joro It.
Ittiik of Wlsoourlni Secretary of tho
Nnvy John It. Thomas of Illinois;
Secretary of Agriculture Wurnor Mil-
ler of New Yorkt Socretary of tho In-
terior J. R- Noble of Missouri) Post-mastor-Gonoral
John It. Wanaraakor
of ronnsylvnnlai Attornpy-Oonoral M.
M. Estoe of California.
PUrtSONAL AND POLITICAL.
ItOTil house of Congreis met In tha hall
ot the Houte ot Ilaprciantntlvei on tho
13th whin tho return of tbe Electoral
College! wera opened by l'ratldlnp; Officer
Ingall and Ilonjamlii Ilarriion and Levi
P. Morion declared elected President nnd
Vice-1'roildent ot tbe United Bute re-
lectlrely. Bcxatoii I'ALJIEO. from the Commltlae
on Agriculture and Forestry ha reported
favorably nu amendment to tho Agricult-
ural Appropriation bill giving tho Becre-
tary of Agriculture 11W0W trlih wbteb to
continue the experiment lit the produc-
t on and manufacture ot ugar from
toighum cane and boots.
Tiik 1'ietldent bat nominated Commo-
dore UeorgeE-Uelknap to hellenrAdrxIral
CiplalnJohn Q. AVnlkerto bo Commodore
Commander Blla Catt-y to bo Cnptalu and
I.'entenant-Couimander Jnme it. loruyce
to be Commander
lit consequence of Us defeat on a motion
to adjourn In n debato on tbo Constitu-
tion ruvlslon (uolion In tbo French
Cliamber ot Uoputie on the lllb tbe
Flonuet Ministry reslgnod.
Assistant Oknihai. Hurr.ii'.NTr.NuiT
N. I) Hoot ot tho Northern Pnclllo rail-
road il ed the other day from the effect
ot Injiirlo received at Tacomi Wash. T.
An Atlll-Trust and Antl-1'ool bill ha
boeu Introduced In tba Minnesota Legisla-
ture. Tho penalties are made very heavy.
Kx-HtcuiTAnr William Windom re-
tutu lo either afll. m or douy the report
that be had been offered the 8.-cretary-shipot
thaTrtatuiy by Oeneral Hanl-on.
I.ATK ndvlcot from Bamoa ay thore hat
been no tbnngo In tho iltuatlou. There
lint been no lighting and Tntimteso and
Malaara remain In their stronghold. The
Ilntlili Consul list warmd Ilntlih lublocl
not to supply iiotltet with arms and to
maintain atrlctneutiallty TlieUrltlh war
.hip Calllopa hat replnceJ me war auip
Itnvnll.t. Iba Oeriuait nnd American
wnr ahlm remain stalljiiaiy. Heir
llrnud.l. tbe leidlnc ntrtUntt of Tatua-
tio ha boeu recalled to Uerlin.
Captain F. M IUuiaey Uulted Blatrs
navy ha been ordered to duly at Com-
mandant of tbo Brooklyn navy yard and
Cuinmodoto George ilelknap now at the
Mara I land uovy ) ard hat been ordered
to tako command ot the Asiatic aquadron.
TUB quairel between ludlnu Commit-
tlouvr Ouerty and Hecrelarj Vila wa be-
foi theHonatp Couiiiilltro on Indian Af-
fair receutly whm much of the corre-
po'idi noi ni submitted.
TnuHouie Committee on Appropriation
hht decided to report a substitute for the
Cowl Internal Ilivcnue bill proposing-
the entire I opval of tho tobacco tax but
etnlttliiK tho "moonshine" ocllon of tba
HiciUTAiiY FaIHCUILD wa umiuoiial
bailly to Cnttuonn N. Y. on tba 15th by
a dispatch unnuuiiolnE' that hit veneinble
father via dying from a Jrok of parai-
yti. Tiigro'nllent botween I'retldeut Carnot
anil Ijird Lvttou. thn llrltlth Ambastador
to Fratica. have Uo nue ytry much (trained
ever a point of etiquette upon tha ob-
sotvanoj uf vrbloU Wma. Carnot basin-alst'd
Ilutliof JloTYSfrn ol tba Halhouist
Jonn Lee wn hanged at Alexandria
Minn recently for MlllncbU rival Id h
(OVA UCtalr Irl told bldod after A spree.
John Mbr III pnrtnor In Crime wa
granted a commutation at tha tail moment
11 r tbo explosion ot the boiler of a loco-
motive at Norrittown Ta. recently the
engineer nnd flreman wero kilted.
roVR ladle were everely hurt in
Cbeiter l'n. recently by a cotliilon be-
tween a railway train and a atreet car.
TllK Opera House block In Capo Vincent
N. Y. and tha bank In which ware 780
pound of opium recently telrcd havebeen
doslroyed by lire. Lo.s $10000.
MotinoB tViLKgnsos a colored mur-
deVcr tendemned to be hanged at Scott-
vlllo Ky. March 52 mndo a ileperata at-
tempt to escape the other night but was
recaptured and chained to tbe Jail floor.
JonxUnAY a prominent citizen ot l'llta-
ton Fa wa foun.d murdered on a By
street recently. Italian lobbor wera an
TttE committee appointed at IliArecetlt
meeting of tba American Shipping Arid
IndtlttrlAI Leasee have proiehtod to (Jen-
otdl ilArrlsdn the resolution adopted by
Mns OLivxn K. J-'nuKD her itepfntber
William C Howard; ber mother Emily
Howard; Orrln A. Halstead and George
Halstead. tbe parties charged with con
spiracy In the j:iectrlo Sugar lteflnlnfe
Company frauds hdve been arrested and
pliced In jail at Ann Arbor Mich.
CLtAnl.it) liooAc return for tbe week
ended February 10 ahowod an average In-
crease of 8 3. In Now York tho Increase
McDuuoall'8 elorator and adjoining
mill at Montreal bunted recently. Los
Tin American ohoonor Carrie W. ba
been selted at Bt. Andrew N. U. for a
mistake In the manifest.
Tiik Mittdurl Pacific bat Inaugurated a
lyitetn ot economy by taking off local
train on the Wichita Lexington and
other branches compelling through train
to do tbe local work.
TiiIctt feet ot tba eurtace overan aban-
doned mine on Mulberry slreet Bcranton
Fa. caved In recently breaking oil tbo
gas and water pipe and (topping atreet
car. Oas from the broken pipe Ignited
and before It could be turned off exploded
wltb terrlbls force the concussion knock-
ing people down and endangering sur-
The Typographical Union has taken
barge of the composing room ot the
Chicago Globe Publishing Company. This
acquisition makes every newspajier ofUco
In Chicago a union odlce.
Tiik new Owing block cornet of Dear-
born and Adam street Chicago obe of
tha largest building in America coilapsod
on tbe morning rt tbe 17th. Tan floor fell
one after the other.
IlCRlxKss on the London Exchange dur-
ing tbe woek ended February 10 was In-
active and dopretted becaute of Afghan
rumor. American railroad aecurltle
wereuntettlcd Tbe Continental bourses
were quiet and firm French rcnto show-
ing a rise Panama snare a fall
'1UE ateamtr Uarlpo-a from Australia
and the Bamoan Mauds arrived at San
Franclsro on tho ICtli. Among herpat-
senger was John C. Klein tbe American
newspaper corresjionJeut who figured In
the Berlin ditpntcboi n having led the
native In tbo recent battle with the Ger-
mans but who claimed to have wltnossod
tne light a a non-combatant In bis ca-
pacity a correpondent.
Tha Trial Crohn of the Sarr Steel Onnboat
Vorktovrn Proves Iter to baa Model Craft
Shi I. ftpeedy Sternly and Answer liar
Helm Like a Urek The Offiear and
Cfew llrllgliteit with ll.r.
PftlLADtLfiffA Fob1. 13.-Tao-Jnlted
Btatos steel gunboat Yorktdwn rstitrnad
yesterday from ber trial crultd down tho
Delaware bay nnd ttut Into tba Ocean.
CommodorS Fltzhd;lt speaks generally la
lilgli praise of tho craft. On Wednesday"
n rail was rrfndo Atralghtway out to sea
and. Id coming bcr tho Yorktown made
a run of four hours with a 49-knot breeze1
dead on add bohaved admirably. Cap-
tain Steele says sbe did not roll or pltcb.
and ho never bad a Teasel that was
more plumb or steadier. In another tour
boars' ran alio mads nn average of l.V.8.5
knots per hour or about twenty miles
thus proving her to be a very fleet ocean
craft as well as a remarkably steady one.
The engines of the Yorktown proved to
be perfect mtrvels for steadiness and
power. Each engtno on a regular tet
mdrkt.d 137 revolutions a minute Imply
lng a borse-pdwoi1 fits ahead of trJeicon'
tract requirement but tho eiaairfdmot
which can not be given for some days ot1
dntll all tba Indicating card Cart bd com'
puted and dtucYcctlatod. Tho- ship
was tried In every concelvablej way
In rlvor bay and oread and was
particularly min$nvered bjf Caps
tain Steele under the direc-
tion of Commodore Fltzbugh as It en-
gag'a In battle. Hue answered overy
work could be proieauted. A few dead or
dvlhor Dei foil were Ukcn from tha edge
of the debris however within en bbur i mnrmrit at tint linlrrf tfrrtrrttrtlV and
after tho exp'osldn. I tnov0 with A most satisfactory Celerity
Tbe force of the exploiton tbtewnbed all h Umei steady and solid Sd that
wltb a ileeplng woman Upon It far Intothe pat Migjt u8 need with the very best ef-
treet .while one ot the heavy doors land- i fect jn til9 octtoa. Ono of the marvels o
ctl a block awAy. thpte nirlneuvcrs was tho starting of the
Tb j boue had accommodation for yorktown ahead at full speed and back-
aboUHOOguett and wa a favorite over- ' inglier at full speed. This feat WW nc-
Sunday slopping piaca tor commercial compllshed In one rnlnnte and fifty-seven
traveler. An Intending guett who ap- econi an extraordinary reault under
plied for a room late Saturday evonlng j. drcunutonces. While at sea tho
wa Informed that they wero full o It lalls were tested nnd it was found that
eemt probable tbatatleait elgltyper- jn thu particular tha ship was as trim and
ion wore In the houte at Ibo time of the comtiicta. ns In any other.
explotitn of whom perbop twonty e- The offlccr and crow from the Com-
caped. Theie were mottly employe who ' m0(toro uown to tho stokers are loud la
occupied a wing of tha hotel which has not their praUe of the Yorktown and they be-
yet fallen lleve that she will prove the pride of the
In tbe center of the tpot where the bu'Id-!new Amorlcan navy at least until tha
Ing stood were a man bis wife And little mttmdntll -.nueri Haltlmore. Phlladel-
girl . Ko help could get to them and they vllta Newark shall coma forth to bear
GEHKItALGltMANMAKSTON has boon
tendered and bus uccej t d tliQ oppolnt-
nont of United btatos benator by uov-
ernor Sawyer of Now Hampshlro from
tho 4th of March until tho LegUlqturo ( ci-uiu M-u b ictl imti.f tiioVnnderbilt
In Juno riravldei for tbo noxt six. Uilvul v UU-I ntNAtt.vlls Teiju. eu
year' tops. HlJJlla. UnWrWiilt
llEitnEKT ULiDSTOKE ha written a let
ter defending tbe eviction on bl father's
ettnts at Hawarden Eug. a perfectly
compailblo wltb upholding the caute ot
It li repotted that at the coming sos!on
of tha Hi Utah Parliament the Government
will propose n defense loan to be devoted
to the construction of new war vestel.
A beaotv how will bo held In Paris
nex. April In which women repreientlng
tho American Aalatle and Caucasian
racea will participate Tba flratprlxo will
StxnETARY KimcoTT disapproves Ihe
site selected by Generals Behofleld
Ilrookt and Crook for the uow Fort Omaha
of a site farthor away from Omaha.
HzcnttTAliT Vilas ba decmeu in test
cases thnt Bioux tcrlp location on publlo
land not made for tbe benefit ot the
Indians are Invalid. Large imantltle or
lands adjacent to town lu Montana Mln-
nesola and Dakota am Involved.
J Q UOHDEtf an eccentric Njw Yorker
ba offered a premium of L0(W for tha city
or town In F orida which on July 1 lb)
hall presaut tha most cleanly condition lu
publlo and private premises.
A TOltXAtx) pasted through IHbb
County Ala. on the night ot the 17th.
Several persons were killed.
Hock lUrios low o km devastated by
lire on tbe 17lh. Lots $730:0.
Im the Benato on the 18th tbe Pprlugtr
Oklahoma bill wa favorably retried.
Tha Btataot Michigan wA thanked for
the statue ot Lewi Cats. Tbo Texas out-
rage reoolution wa further considered
Mr Coke concluding hi argument agaluit
It Uuslne In the House was blocked for
want of a quorum.
Tux United States steamor Vandalla ar-
rived at Honolulu February 3.
The strike among tbe twtuen of the va-
rious Uritisb port Is subsiding and tb
man are ucoepttng tba comj romlto wages
ot the hlp owurri
F.J. Tatum. a mtiub- rot the City Coun
cil and tbe loading miller ot Fort Worth
Tex. was killed lu hi UHll tbo othernlght
hi leg being caught by an elevator aplral
and hurdi'y mangled.
Tux laying ot tbe aeoond cable for the
Mexican Telegraph Company fromCoatxa-
coalcus Mat. to Galveston Tex. wat
completed on the 18ib.
Tub Cblcagv Burlington & Qulncy road
has leduced Its iiauenger tcrvlco lu Iowa
to the rxtout of 8000 mllot a month and
Is preparing ta Mill tuither reduce It. TUo
object I to out down expens In tbe tarns
proportion that Ihe lUltroad Commit-
aloner or Iowa uao curtailed tne
revsuuat by eufurclug a low toheduleot
tatet. Olber Iowa roads ltl stated will
take the same atop.
Ma. Call ha introduced an amondtoent
to the Army Appropriation bill ttxlng the
number of piyjeastera with the rauk ot
Major at forty uud piorldlug (or (ewjitljly
ftnaltr fell back Into tha fl-met and per-
lsbsd lit plnln sight ot the apeclators. tbe
child cried tor help but tbe man and
woman Uttered do word.
The shrieks ot another womnn canted
Ihe blood ot tbe spectator to turn cold a
they saw a young woman lying with ber
body bait acrota a beam a look of agony
on her face. 'Finally the support fell and
sbo dropped Out ot sight.
William Seymour nnd William Bklnner
were employed In the boiler room. Neither
could be found and they probably
perished. Eddy Boyle wo cen In tbe
hotel. He I probably dead. Charles
M. Webster Insurance agent of this city
I missing. Amos llisley and Alexander
Thayer were in charge ot the boiler. It
wa reported at llrst that thoy were both
killed but there are person who say thoy
have seen both men since tbe dlaaster.
Mr. James an agent of the While Star
line Waa taken out at noon rlllve and not
semilog to be very badly Injured although
not able td itand. He .aid that Lord
Ketchen and wife wera under where ha
laid nnd wera still alive. Mr. H. C J.
Pendleton ot Indianapolis who was so-
liciting tubicrlptlons to complete the
monument to Tboma A. Hendricks It
Tbe catattropha wn devoid of the har-
rowing djtails tbe hair-breadth cicapes
the thrilling rescues attending an uncon-
trolled conflagration. A horrible crash
moke fames flashing atreamt ot water
and ai wa over. For thl reaton tbe
community doeinot feel tumultuou grltf
but It is horror slrlckm. The magnitude
of tbecalanvtycan not be realized and In
fact Its extent is not known. Tbe register
ot tbe hotel bat not been found and young
Ferry tbe night-clerk 1 buried In tbe
ruin. Hut from tbe best e -tlmates that can
bo procured from tbe landlord and other
It I probable that there were not far from
fifty people In tho hotel proper. Of theie
perhaps live may have escaed un njnrrd
ami 1 the confusion ot the early morulng
hour loavlug forty-Are to ba accounted
for. Ten ar in tbe hospital and tip to
eleven o'clock last u ght alxteen dead
lodlo bad been taken from tha ruins
leaving at least nineteen (till mltlng.
Andrew F. Whiting actuary of tbe Hart-
ford Lite Annuity Insurance Comuany
nnl wife; II-v. Dr. Lavalletla 1'ilnn
agent of the Memorial Hall Attociallon
and wife and Elward Parry tbe nlgbt
clerk aro known to be still in the lulna.
Tbo cauao ot tbe disaster was undoubt-
ed'y the exp'oslon of tbe boiler In tbe
basement. Tblt boder ot 10-horse pjwer
was built by the Pitkin of thl city in
182. It was not (inured by tbe Hartford
Steam Boiler Inspection Company but
was Inspected by an ofUcerof that com-
pany last August and was then pro-
nounced all right. Ko engineer wa on
duty at tbe time ot tbo explosion tha
custom belug for the nlgbt engineer to
bank bit llro at midnight and go to bed.
Ha doe not aleep In the hotel. Thlt
engineer Alexander Thuor was arretted
yesterday afternosn on an Indictment
charging manslaughter and I locked up
at the police itatlon. It I conjectured
that Gaines the colored porter may have
laitd tho pumps throwing cold Water
Into the overbeatel boiler. Bat tbla I
only coujoeture and (lollies la dead.
Tbo romplelo list ot bodiea takeu
out up to Ilia- last night was
as follows; Dnlght H. Buell jewel-
er Hartford; George Gaines colored
porter ot the hotel; J George Engler
drug clerk Hartford; John W. Housina-i
traveler for the Hevere Rubber Company
Boston; J. a Hill Buffalo S. Y. sup-
posed to be a commercial traveler; Loula
IL Brouaon accretary ot the Hartford
Stove and Plumbing Compauy ; Mr. Lou It
H. Bronaon and ehildi Oeorge Katchum
brother ot tbo landlord; Eddie ICetchum.
og-d eleven ton of the landloid; George
tv itooi. urockport ?(. y. traveler for
Walt. William & Co. Button; an un-
known; A. H. Ttllo.aon travo'er for the
Mrrrill Chemical Company of Cincinnati;
an unknown; Maximilian Galody pro-
prietor ot the Hartford Herald and wife;
Mrs Andrew F. Whiting body burned to
the American flag.
The Secretary of the Treasury Mf a
Htalement of Comparative HedoelfOfte
Iletween the House and Senate Tariff
TvAni!OTO! Feb. 14. The compula-
tion made by tba Treasury Department
as to the probable revenues In tha Tariff
bill arid tba Senate amendment bava
been made public. Tbay show that the
Houte bill would reduce tha collections
front custom $M350.8U and fromlntarnal
revenno $i76l0(?iiv or a total reduction of
rovenoe ol W 8W5T7 wlillo tba Wit as
Amended by tha Sedate would redoes Ihe
customs collections $ia.67a87 and Holn
ternal revenue receipt Z3 w7ov or ii
Bo2GG7 In the Aggregate. The average ad
valorem rale undef exUtlng law is 40.fJl
under tile House bill It would be il8and
under tbe Senate bill 4a
In his letter tranmltlln the CorfluObs-
tlons Secretary Falrcblld say that to
avoid extra delay and labor tha depart
raent made use ot estimates formerly pre-
pared based on the Importations for HSsT.
"Although made according to tbe plan
aild tl eory usually adopted" ha contin-
ued. "1 recognize that these ettlmatas are
tnT-i7P.1v foniactura and mora or less un
reliable and misleading. As a rule they
are based upon the aesamptlon that It
tbe Senate bill should become a
IdW merchandise of like .piantltles
and values Would be Imported as wa Im-
ported dutlng the fiscal year 1887. Tbl
basis can only oe accepteu a nun
where changes In rate are not of such
character as to necestarily caute In-
creased or diminished Imrortntlons. With
respect 10 article Added to tbe free list
redaction of revenue to the amount prev-
iously dorlted therefrom woflld be certain
and absolute. But id exte of material
rlinniTM In rate on dutiable Articles and
where articles now freo nr added to the
dutiable list the effect would depend upon
a variety of condition. Thus It rates be
reduced to such an extent on article
uccossfolly produced here as to det;0y
or erlouly Impair tbe domettfe" fro
dueer's ability to compete with thl for-
eign producer the remit woull bo
Increased importations ana proosoiy m-
created revenue. Such for example. It Is
claimed would be tha case nnder tbe Ben-
ate substitute with respect to rice In cer-
tain forms and molasses tettldg above 60
degrees. On the other hand where tbe
rates urxm articles uccesfully produced
here era materially Increased It I fair to
nounced the general result to the'riecrc " '" '"VtUon. of tucl ar-
tary of il-e Navy. There seems to be nd ?? hJj""Jll"I ""
..... I ..I !. an. t-111 fenllrMI I lklir. vvu. uum. ..
favorable and that tho gun-boat York-
town will be accepted and prepared at
oaeo to receive her command.
The Fp.enlrltlte Trace.llan inaglnM He
Can Play Mine. Mo.iJe.Urt to milt HU
0vnnrit Will Hut the Fair C'onnta.S
Tlaya Meeond riddln tn Sn SUn Sot
Sax FnAXCisco Feb. 13. Mme. Mod-
jeaka's black orbs snapped and shd
stamped her pretty foot angrily when she
read the Chicago dispatch stating that her
contract with Managers Nixon and ZIra-
mermann. of PhlladeluhU. for a thirty-
weeks' engagement for $3Jow una oeea
turned over to Booth and Barrett
fdr iS00O3. "My dear sir" said
the actress "Mr. Barrett promised to
have me star Jointly with Mr Booth but
when he forwarded the contract for'nto to
sign I found by Its terms I was to be only
a leading lady. For this reason I rejected
his contract I can not afford to be a lead
lag lady to even Mr. Booth. Furthermore
I do not prorose to -do so. Fur extLi.ld
reasons I would gladly star with Mr.
Booth and to do so had made arrange-
ments with Mr. Barrett by which I waa to
receive $3000 lets for tho season than
Nixon and Zlmmermann agreed to pay
mc. But Mr. Barrett has not lived up to
bis promises. Think of me being blllod
at leading lady I I am making arrange-
ments to fulfil my contract with Nixon and
Zlmmermann Mr. liirrett lias seen nt to
have It stated In several Eastern papers
that I was td be Mr. Booth's leading lady.
He will find that ho has made a great rati-
take." Tho lady's husband stated that her con-
tract was for I3C.O0O and not $3J000 as
the dispatch stid. The mauagiment
was also to lan.lsu ilmc. uoajetxa wita
a private car and pay all other expenses.
Tbe Philadelphia managers will be held
to their original contract nnd tho retalt
Is watched here with Interest.
WENT UP 'lN SMOKE.
Destrnctlvn Fire In Ilia limine.. Portion
of Clilllew rail. Wis. 1 ho Vletlrn
Chippewa Falls Wis. Feb. IS. Flro
last night completely destroyed Gleck-
man & Heller's brick block and lu con
tent. Lots on 'jlock JOJ.OOJ; insured
but amount not known. The losses are as
follows: Glcckman's dry-goods stock
$13000; Insurance not known. L. II. Hel-
ler' stock valued at $21000; small In-
surance. A. Motes' store yn000; Insur-
ance $23000. Husk Si Boland's law ofllce
loss $.O00;luurance $100. Times printing
ofllce $3000; Insurance tl.COO. The third
story was occupied by a Masonic lodgv
iusurance $1500. The G. A. B. Post also
bad It hall on the third noor. it. ll. iouu
A. Huffman and the Water-viorks com-
pany also sustained small losses. The
Weitern Union Tclegrnph Company's of-
fice wns alto destroyed. The cauo of the
flro Is unknown.
a hoosIer GAVEL.
A avl Made ot ludlana Wood Orna-
mented wilhSllver and Ivory for Vice-
GncxMOASTLE Iud. Feb. 15. Mr. Le-.l
Woodman a farmer and ex-sheriff of Put-
nam County has jutt completed a gavel
which he will forward to the Vice-President-elect
nbout March 1. It Is mad.' of
Indiana walnut and Is ornamented with
silver and Ivory. The ''hammer" U
canned with a dome In imitation ot the
Capitol at Washington. There Is a strip
of Ivory for each State in tho Union and
two silver bands on which are engraved
tba namo of tbe Vice-President "U. a
A." "Constitution" and "K Plnrlbus
Unum." The guvel Is a creditable piece
it mechanism and coming as It does
from a Hoolor Hepublleao who has uo
axe to grind will doubtless be appre-
ciated by its distinguished recipient.
therefrom diminish. This rule would seem
to apply under the Senate trill to many
artlclon including glue cbr.me paints;
certain glass bottles etc; plate and other
glaai when beteled etc certain plats
and aheet Irou and steel; cotton ties or
bating boops; certain itoot Ingole slabs
billets etc.; certain cutlery; clucote;
still wIH eta; cherry Juice prune
juice etc. ; certain Cotton cloths und knit
goods cotton plushes etc.; certain man
ufacture of flax hemp oie etc.; tapes-
try woolen and worted" yarns hawls
eic; woman's and children's dress goo-ls
etc; knit goods pluthes felts etc; Ilk
laces embroideries etc.; fur bats; mat-
ting eta; and gold watche and caies.
Wbero tbe rate upon an article I so In-
creased as to deprive the foreign producer
ot the power to complete withthodomestlo
producer tbe revenue from that murce
will cease altogether. With reapect to ar
ticles not produced or not succesitully
produced here and which we require for
consumption (acreaied ratesof duty would
result In a correpondlng Increase In reve-
nue (except as modified by decreased con-
sumption to higher cost). Under the Sen-
ate (ubttltnte example ot thl kind are In
Portland cement orange mineral taggers
Iron tin plates leaf tobacco-suitable for
wrappers (Sumatra and Havana) Juta
yarn lace etc ot flax or linen balr ot
tbe alpaca goat etc wool ot das three
and pearl and shell buttons un tne otner
band where rate are reduced on articles
nccetifully produced bera a reduction In
revenue corresponding to the reduction In
rates would result (subject only to tbe
contingency of Increa eJ conaumptloada
to lower cost)."
SAINTS IN SALT.
Oat of a herd of lit bogs owned by owe
farmer near Janevillo. Wis alt but eight-
een baVs ree-ntly died of cholera. Many
other bffds have alto suffered. The dls-
eate I belltffd to have coses from Chi-
cago. From this time on until grass grows on
nearly all farmt It Is expected to bare art
Increase of domestic animals ty the arrival
of young brood. Watch And prepsre for
them. Without great care aal sacrifice of
personal ease and comfort at snch a time
bat little tuccess can be expected on tbe
farm. Watch I
Horse breeding will never be considered
profitable by tbe farmer who. In older to
save a few dollars In tervlce fee continue
to breed their undersized homely ocrub
mares to a stallion of no. particular blood.
and whose only rccommotdsllon It that
be will come right to the farm and a stand-
ing colt guaranteed at Ave to ten dollars
National Horse Breeder.
farmers who sell their milk to 111
creamery at Hope netted tho following
amount i From llolsteln cows $53.80 per
head; from common cows $18.18 per head.
Tha average amount of milk necessary to
make a pound of butter was tweniy-two
pound which cost the factory between
10 and J) centi. Thus for every pound ol
latter In the milk sold by farmers thoy
received over 10 cents and somebody else)
did the churning. Oreenleaf IKan.)
Tbo question of warm water for cattle
and hortes having boon raited tho Dol
Norte Prospector begs leave to state that
it bas long ngo noticed tbe tendency of
animals to loitor about tha hot spring of
Colorado in winter drinking the luke-
warm water every time In preference to
tbe Ice-cold water of tbe streams. It Is
safo to attorae that where water I not too
trongly Impregnated wltb mineral stock
will take tha warm water every time In
preference to tha cold.
A correapondent In writing ot tbe Im-
portance of feeding ahos to the bogs
aysf "It favors tbe health and vigorous
action of all the digestive organ- It
nromDts oxidation reconstruction and ex
ertion. It alterative effects the system) -
aad powers ot emulltying tats ana uius
aids mzestion wnicn rnniet it vmuauis.
Athei hare a good many other substances
la small quantities ttot are very valuable
for the growth of bone and construction
ot the body In generaL Hogs should have
all ot It they want to eat"
John Delany. a farmer residing near
Fremont Neb. has recently tott over fifty
bead of cattle by a dlteate which puitlce
the veterinarian. He summoned State
Veterinarian Osborn and Dr. Dulin wbo
made an Investigation. Tbey dlssecUd
several of tbe dead animals and found the
symptoms tbe same in all ot them. Tbe
fourth sioniach was packed full ot dry
bard food and tbe surrounding organ and
tlstnes ware badly Inflamed and feverish.
Tha animal when first affected will bel
low In a low hoarse manner (baking their
bead. Within twenty-four hours after
this tbey Invariably die.
Mormon Nicety Pickled 11 y tbe Ogdea
OODEX Ulab Feb. 18. The Gentils
ware successful In the municipal election
which was beld here. It 1 their flrst
victory over the Mormons In the history
of this city or Territory. Tho city 1
wild with excitement Tbe new city ball
waa crowded at all ot ttt entrances where
the election proceeded at four different
ballot boxes. The city voted a a whole
aud not by ward. Atdayllghtbaudtand
drum corpa were promeuadlng the atreet.
With tba beginning of the voting a system
ot Intimidation commenoedou tbe part ot
the Mormon wbo arrested Gentllea be-
fore Ihey hid a chance to vole and hur-
ried them off to jail Tbl was anticipated
by the opposite party who had Marshal
Dyer pre'nt and a squad of troop quar-
tered in Brown's Hotel aero tbe street
and at once stopped arrests until the voter
had a chance to tender bis vote ana De
pasted upon by the judges. After this tho
e'ectlon palsedoffqu etly. Tbeieiultwas
a complete victory for tbe Liberal or G n-
tile party. Fred Klettel candidate for
mayor wat elected by it majority of 410.
Tha balauce of the ticket Including tbe
full Citv Council aid chief of polios have
about tbe asms majority. Tbo Gentiles are
jubilant over the remit
Afraid of C.eronliuo.
Bakta Fe N. M- Feb. 13. A. J. Fount-
ain. Speaker of tbe Houte ot Repratent-
atlve bas Introduced a memorial to that
bxly aud It unanlmoualy pissed both
bouses. It I addreued to the President of
the United Btatet and Congreat and pro
test against tho proposed removal otGer-
onlmoand hi band ot boatile Cblricabua
Apache from their present place ot con-
finement In Florida aud location on tb
Mescalero Apache reservation lu southern
New Mexico. It represents mat tne wei-
calero Apache are now peaceably ills-
posed and friendly to tha whites and that
tbey are not and never have been friendly
to Geroutmo nnd bis band and the location
of tbeChiricabuat upon their reservation
wilt be tbe meant of cuuting another out-
break similar to the one ot 1683.
Tbe Duke ot Wellington at one period
ot bis life was rather fond ot telllug a cer-
tain pig-sticking atory and persons who
knew of bit weaknets used to lead the
conversation so that tbe great man might
bavo an opportunity ot relating bis favor-
ite anecdote. But at lenuth be becntue
sutplolout aud any allusion to tbe tubjoct
made him extremoly angry. About Ihls
time nearly sixty years ago the Duko
ias staying atBelvolr. One ot the visitors
at the castle had tiaver heard any thing
about tha plg-ttlcklng adventure and
was easily persuaded that tbe Duke
would be pleased If be were ailel
to tell hi famoua storv. Accordingly
one morning a'ter breakfast In tbe long
gallery when seated not far from
the Duke the cantleman ventured
to tell his grace bow much be should Ilka
to bear some of his experiences or innian
sport At flrst the Duke was Inclined to
be serlout y offended but looking around
aud discovering from tha face it tbe
company that tbe Inquiry had beou
prompted and that the request was made
lu perfect good t Ailb he quletty got up
aud drawing hi arm through the gonlU-
luau's tnldt "1 shall be delighted 10 toll
you ell you want to know but lot us coma
to the end of the gallery where we can
talk quietly." A. pleasaut bait hour' eon-
veriatlon ensued and It wa notUUtllaOIUS
hours later that the intended lctuii
learned what a triumph bo bad aCimcd
Jnua-' Hail Hreak.
UurvALO. N. Y.. Feb. lo. wm.
Wheat and rye throughoutNortherjjand
Northwest Kansas aro in splendid condi-
tion. Tbo morning meal should be given the
fowls as soou as tbey fly down from tha
Hhawneo County tKan.1 raised last year
from fifty to seventy-five thousand bushels
of apples and tbey were some ot t'jo flnett
apples ever grown In tho Flat.
One caute ot fabure to make a profit
with small trulls Is tha poor quality.
There Is always a good demand for really
good frtut while otton tbe market la over-
tock'd with the lower grades.
Tbe best noil for transplanting It one
containing a full lupply of moltture and
yet not water-toaked reasonably- rich
and prepared In a good condition ao that
tbe plants will take root as soon as pos-
sible. There is plenty of room for fruit on
every farm. Farmers give special atten-
tion to applet but not one-tumh ot them
grow peaches pears strawberries grapes
raspberries currents or cherries even for
Mixed farming Is best because It permits
of a greater variety of crop more stock
more manure lurgur yields and Itstsus
tbe lo In case ot drought or flucuatlona
lu the markets. It Is not safe to depend
on a single crop for proflt
Strawberry vines that are well mulched
will not bi affected by sudden changes of
weather. Tbe mulch prevents theplantf
from begln-ilng to grow too early In tho
eason. Strawberry plant tbatbloomout
very early are onet that have their blos-
soms killed by late frost.
Corn-cribs should not only be rat-proof.
then be it no advantage.
There Is "no ute trying to kill such In-
sects as tbe chinch-bug gray-black
squash-bug plant and bark or scale lice
with Pails green or London purple. This
class ot insects Inser the beak or probos-
cis into Ihe substance ot the plant and sack
out tbe sap hence tbey never get "any
Oiiltou." Michigan Farmer.
A tuccesiul Wettern fruit grower keep
borer from hla tree by placing small
pieces ot soap In tha crotches of tho limbs.
Which tbe ralus gradually dissolve aud
wash dowu over tho stem and cottar. Ha
takes cheap bar soap that Is yet green and
s ft cuts It Into pieces about a bait Inch
square and about three tnchea long and
pieties that Into the crotcb. Such a piece
will last About a year.
Tbe farmers ot Kantas should Introduce
tbe earliest matuilng varistieaot corn that
are grown In Iowa Ulnnetola aud Wis-
consin and plant early. Farmer who
have lived in Kansas twelve and fifteen
years have noticed that during the last ot
July or flrst of August a dry spell inva-
i lably occurs and at tlms u luit year is
accompanied by hot wlnda for a couple ot
days which greatly Injures corn. By get-
ting early varieties ot corn and putting It
In early ibe crop. In average seasons wjll
bt too tnr mituied to be lujured Uy dry
weather. Hiawatha (ICau.) World.
water-prcof. There. 'Uould also mi j- i
protection 00 tne sin.s meupou- vm jp
lor the admlttlon of air also admit JLi
If the winds aro high. Wbon corn be- Ijgi-1
wet It I luiuteu aim urymg it win i-aws !
Urltuh Oruln Trude
Loxdox. Feb. U ihe Maik Luue Ex-
Jnnea. the def aultluc cashier ot the Cou
tlneutal Oil Company ot Denver CoL
who wax arrested in Toronto on ti eunes-
day arrived In this city last evening In
company t-ttlt tbe local agent of the
American 8urety Company of Now "i ork
which concern furnished Jones' bonds
aud was lodged tn jail. Jones told a re-
norter last nlabt that ho had taken
$2000 from tho company aad fled to Can
ada lie was so noanuea oy pouro rum
otboru who suspected him ot being a fugi-
tive and tho money haviog been all
spent he uotlfled his bondtmen that ho
desired to give hlmtelf up. Jones loft a
young wit o and tour children In Denver.
A Oue at the Prulwuie i.r.oun.i oi
President llarrleou'a UsblneL
nit.Tiunnr. Md.. Feb. KL-Tbe Amort-
can's Wushlugtou correspondent telo-
graphs tbe following probable Harrison
Cabluot aa coming from a reliable source i
Becretory of BtAte James O. Blaine; Sec-
retary ft the Treasury Charles Foster ot
Ohlot Secretary of War Jere Hu.tk.ol
Wltoouslu Bceretary of the Navy John
. Thomas ot IllltoUt Socretary of Ag-
riculture Warner MHUr of Hew Yoiki
Becretory we interior josh t. . juui
....... i it. we.klv rvi.w of th. Brlllth Fost-noles tor lenoing may e uug want
grain trade savst "Engllth wheat con- the ground Is warm it eaves time in
tlnue impressed uuyert are apatuetic
The sates ot English wheat during thl
patt week were fuC81 quarter at 29i 7J.
agalntt W8?3 quarters at 3)t 64 during
tha correiDondlug week last year. Foreign
wheat Is more active end firmer but quo-
tations are unchanged. Btnns and pent
are Ol and lentil Is lower. At yesterday'
market only tbe poorer E iglish wheat was
offered. Tbe tendanoy was downward.
American wat a turn dearer for good Cali-
fornia white. No red winter waa offered.
Flour w as stronger Influenced by tbe rise
ot two frauo per sack in Paris.
slonal committee Investigating tbe con
atruetlon ot tbe arpnduct lunnel for In-
creating the water supply of VVatblngtoi
bavo received the tenort ot Engineers
IVlltou and OrelT ot Philadelphia two ot
the experts wno examined tbe work tor
tbe committee It fully corroborate the
toallmouy ot Ifce wltneitet examined by
the Commune ana rnioiameau iei taw.
tunnel be rsllued tbieugbbut Iite said
that the tarjlRwr .tated tlsttt tM UmIm
I not MNtrectof y or ih ejoctwwneej wttsj
v; MM.S;S!'aJ SriSTKCSlE:
ipkelmd H odftiJslurodt4b?n. 1 ' vu a HUyiiViyvAflHH.
Although not grown as a special crop by
many Irult growers owing to tho difficulty
et plcklug tbe fruit the cherry I very
protltable as much as $300 an aero having
been obtained by tho who have given
attention to tbe crop.
Tha cheapest food-saving device I sotaO
kind of wlud-brake. All animals or fowls
thatar exposed to tbe sweeping wind
will not only consume mere feud tlsau may
be necessary It they were protected but
will alto be mors fame to coins auu un-
case. Nearly all the experiments made by tee
make greater geJn oa whole cora than set
corn meal. Tblt Is alto the experlvnce trf
nearly all farmers who have given Mn
tloa to tho coaaparleen
Ducks are tbe leewt true UUkmss kind ot
poultry Alowff It tUWtarouatk
uin bIII ktH Ike at (Mtat tSM yrsl
and HHu A beat be wU be alt UieA
Is aaoassary fee ef.
Heavy taaetla ee be sjtettW to asir
late teot-lseetf Tsft. te Vat dete
wl gltvsa but wiisTttse eturiy iMsto tt)
giM u pnmnmt
aVsasttesI Miss set tfe asswarw .
sua sol site eWaWe jutiM Up
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