The Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 8, No. 5, Ed. 1, Thursday, October 10, 1889 Page: 1 of 4
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Bovotod te the Interests of tho Cherokee Chectatvs Chickasaw ScKitiielci Creeks h1 all Other IihIIhhm ef tho IhcIIrh Torrlterr.
CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO.
VINITA INDIAN TERRITORY THURSDAY OCTOBER 10 1889.
V6L TJIJL: NO. 5.
iiirl.nim hi. i w
)East or Tjuck( .
Has a Nice Line of Staple and
Fruits and Vegetables Always
Kopt In Stock.
All dosoripttons of Country Pro-
duce including Hides Furs
and Wool bought and iold.
"Give Mo a Call."-
(BAST SIDE OF TRACK)
Staple & Fancy Groceries
Flour Feed & Provisions.
Makes a Bpeclaltv of nil kinds oi
Conntry Product of Every Description
Mave In addition to tli goods named line el
OIi ware A qoeensnare. l'arttcnlar at
t.nllon called to th stock of Tobaccos and
ST. O?. a-XJ3Nra?3DEL
J.IVERY FEED AND SALE
Good Rigs at Reasonable Rates I
By the day or wook
Careful attention glvon to all
tock entrusted to my keeping.
Stablo on Wilson Stroet
Eouth of Miller's hardwaro store.
q T. HEIHIAX
Purnltare Coffins Sewing Machines.
Thlrterayesrseipeilenceat an undertsktr
A NDEUSOX WELLAND
Organs Sowing Machines
0 SHADES ETC.
13-Underles.lig Embalming a Specialty
Chotopa - - - Kansas.
Information for our Patrons
THE 'FRISCO LINE.
Hanlsc-me new intnratnW sairiasil.it erery
thing now pin viit ihe Mississippi rlier. A
MM Uns si sl.gant uew Tollman Drawing Iloora
aid IJuBel Blcepere bare Just been put Into
aervlce by tbli popular route to run dally be-
tween fit Louis ami Galveston Trial via Fort
Bmltb Paris and Dallae without change.
A full complement of elegant new ltecUnlng
Chair Can or the most Improved pattern and
finish with tbe ctl.brated Boarrllt Chair up-
holstered In leather. These care are model of
perfection and will ba tun dally betwe-m Bt.
Loula nnd HaUtead Kan.ni Tla Hprlogfleld
Carthage and Wichita and between Bt Louts
and Bluff Kuntai Tla Cnrth.se Joplln Cher-
. ryvalo WinBeld. Arkaciaa Cltjr and CaidwelU
AH passengers traveling between Bt Louie and
Arkaniaa and Tcxaa and between Bt I-out and
Kansas polnta aliould patronlto tbla great
through car routa through tho grand South-
west Wa will always lead all rompetltori la every
thing popular with tho traveling publlo.
For any particular Information rail upon or
ddreta nearest agent 'Frisco Una or the under
General Passenger Agent
BT. LOUIS Ma
The Great Through LIna between the
NORTH SOUTHEAST &WEST.
Through Pullman Duffel Bleeping Can
HT. LOUIS KASHAS CITY I'UEIILO
COLORADO SHORT LINE.
4i DAILY THAWS
Vftneon Kansas City sud Ht. I.ooUJ
a DAILY THA1N8 S3
Bctffceo the North and South
fMtaM Muflel Bleeping Can (rfrt necltflUg
H C. TOWJiHKtirL
! t'UHDftl Cid Tttk.it Agant
SU0088S0R TO HUNTBR. BVAN3 A 00.
CAPITAL SXOOIC - - - COO.OOO.
KANSAS CITY STOCK YARDS I "J&WSaMtiSSi S5 WSyBft.frffi
KANBAO CITY. MO. I mJ&SSXllS1"
tath Oltlct in charge of a! UH10N STOCK YARDS Corretpondtnca alwat hat
mtmbtr ef tho company. CHIOAOO ILL. prompt attention.
j&2-&ft!5 STOCK YARDS
rMruHoJ. .xKt.Irto: ' nT- claim oo.. ill.
LIVE STOCK HHmE
Attention! Stockmen and Farmers.
Havo a Full and
STOCK SADDLESS HARNES
And nil Goods carried in a First-class Saddle House; Prices to Suit
Employ nono but thorough workmen using the best of Material
and Guarantee all Goods as First-clnbs in every respect.
BOOTS JLlSnD SHOES
Mado to order. COW-BOY BOOTS a Specialty.
All Muil Orders rccclvo prompt attention. Call at STEVENS'
OLD STAND and examine " No troublo to show Goods."
Tlio public are Inrllfd to fxnmino tlio Immcnie Mock or Hulldlnj;
Material of nil kind kept In the
VINITA LUMBER YARD!
And to nolo the lovr prices which defy competition.
NONE BUT CASH ORDERS SOLICITED.
Satisfaction Guaranteed. Flcurct furnished on application.
Address w. L. TROTT. Manager Vinlta Ind. Ter.
CHOUTEAU IND. TER.
ti K !H91E1
All Work Warranted.
A. P. UOSWEIiU
A. P. BQSWELL & GO.
Qtoves Tinware Nails etc
. fr Farm Implements
Shelf and Heavy
Farm and Spring Wagons
Buggies Road Oarts
Barbed Wire at $3.40 per 100 lbs.
In fact they keep ovory thing that Is kopt in n
FIRST-CLASS HARDWARE STORE.
CALL AND SliE TH KM.
COFFEYVILLE. - KANSAS.
The Election Approaches.
Do not however let this cause you to loso sight
of tho fact that
TXTm CL lESOGKESaaRS
AT CHOUTEAU IND. TER.
Is soiling all Lines of General Mcvohandist nt Bottom Prices.
flats and Clothing
Hardware and Implements.
Standard Implements ant 0born Mower and Reapor a Spoolalty
CT. CLAIM OO. ILL.
Complete Lino of
Keeps a full line of
nnd every thing be-
longing to a Cowboy's
Give Him a Call.
J. J. 1UUNU0LLAB
The benn nnd corn crop In the Tf.l-
ley ot tho City of Moxlco has boon cut
down ono-hnlf by heavy frosts.
SMALirox was reported raging at
Socorro. N. M greatly alarming Kl
Paso Tex. two hundred miles distant.
Two mon who escaped from the
prison at Mnthlda Mox. woro found
In a troo and shot und killed by tho
A ntNAirtTE bomb.was oxplodcd re-
cently nt tho door of tho military cn-
dotc' quarters In Trieste No ono was
Sin. PuMTZEft'j proposition to bo
ono of twenty Now Yorkers to sub-
scribe 100000 to tho World's Fair
fund has met with no rosponso.
NlNB hundred nnd thrco grand
prize 2162 medals of gold C.C'JO of
sllvor. 0.323 of bronzo nnd 8070
honorablo mentions havo boon awarded
at tho rnrls Kx position recently
Chaiilks CoNViiKAitK Parnolltto
Mcmbor of Parliament rolcascd from
throo months' Imprisonment undor tho
Irish Crimes net was nt onco ro-nr-rested
for Infringing ono of tho prison
Tun stool cruiser Dolphin has re-
turned from n trip around tho world
us sound as a dollar. She hn iiml n
i'ing nnd trying voyngo but has be-i
unycu no signs ot "structural wcak
A TELKaiiAM hits been received an-
nouncing tho denth of lirovot Drlgit-licr-Gencral
Asa P. Ulunt ot tho
Quartormastcr's Doparlmont at Man-
chester. N. II. Til A inrn-iaoil trna n
nntlvo of Vermont from which Htato
ho entered tho army In 1861 as Ad-
jutant of tho Third Vermont Infantry.
The conviction of a child of sTx
years nt South Norwnlk. Conn. nf l..
lng "Incorrigible" und tho eontencoof
imccn years in. a roiormatory which
followod havo croatod qulto a sonsa-
tlon nnd thoro Is a possibility that
tho nbiurd blue l-tw which enables
criminals to bo manufactured out of
llttlo children may bo repealed.
AnilllIAI. KlMnP.ltt.V ln. rnrwiMn.1 n
tho Navy Department his nrrlval nt
uonoiuiu irom Apia in tho report uo
dcecrlbo) his rmrtinn- from thn nnll.
nnd tho gifts received from them. Ho
stntcs tjiat work that was necessary
to bo dono on tho KIpslo has been fin-
ished nnd thnt If sho bad hor arma-
ment sho would bo ready for a thrco
Pnor. llnituEM) an Kngllsh medical
authority who anticipated tho discov-
eries of Koch points out that In tho
courso of a practice of thirty years
largely among Ilcbrow patients ho
lias not mot a slnglo caso of phthisis
In tho members of that faith their
immunity from Its attacks being un-
doubtedly duo to tho Jewish method
of slaughtering cattle.
The Mexican Financier lately said
that Kngllsh capital was being Invested
with freedom bordering on reckless-
ness In Mexico. Sixty-flvo millions
hnd boon furnlshod by London capital'
Ists to build railroads In tho Bouth
and moro was promised Fnglr.nd ov-
ldontly Intends to spr.ro nolthor
troublo nor oxponso to retain Its trado
nnd lnflucnco In tho Mexican Hopublio.
Fiunk Lea'hf.t of Lcadvlllo Is
undergoing surgicnl treatment In Den-
ver for a stretched nock. Ho was con-
Idont that by tbo cxercisoof nerve
nnd Judgment a man could sustain llfo
for somo time oven whllo suspended
bv tho nock. So hn hnrlrd hi. ItiiW
mont with n wngor of fifty dollnrs and
hung himself. His friends cut him
down insldo of ten seconds and tho
best surgical skill has been employed
to contract his neck to its normal
Ik. July lnst tho nowspnpors of the
Pacific coast called attention to tho
reported dtsoovory by Cnplnln Hell of
lab steamer A. D. Flold ot an Im-
portant bank eight mllesolt Neshicco.
Om.. wllOWl Vls-i ts-lrtV ItiPfsn Miinl..ku. i
cod of oxcflllont quality. Tho entlrd
n-ifion was expiorou cy tno t isn Uom-
ralsslon steamsr Albatross during
September and tho official roport of
Captain Tanner Just received dis-
proves tho oxlsteneo of such a bank
anywhoro In tho Immediate vicinity.
The Tradesman of Chattanooga
Tcnn.has mado on exhaustive Inquiry
Into tho cotton milling Industry of tho
South and has received reports from
all tho leading mills. Tho nctual
number of mills in operation Is
229 against H2 in 1880-an In-
crease of 232 per ccnL slnco tho census
year. Tho Incroaso In mill consump-
tion of row cotton In tho inrao ported
has been 25 por cent Ono hundred
and thlrty-Ovo thousand balos Wero
consumed In South Carolina last year
against 120000 bales in Georgia. South
Carolina Is the bnnnor State tho con-
sumption thero having Increased 33
per conL in raw cotton during tho lost
A WAKXANT has boon Usuod by
Judgo llond of tho Unltod States Cir-
cuit Court at Valtimoro for tho arrest
ofthanogroca concernod In tho Na-
vassa Island murdors Tho Island
being out near tho West Indies
Unltod Stntes Marshal Cairns mado re-
turn to tho warrant that ho was
powerless to mak the arrest where-
upon Judgo llond certified to Trcsl-
dont Harrison tho faots of tho caso
and thoy will bo laid boforo the Presi-
dent for his notion. Tlio Island comes
under tho Jurisdiction of tho United
States In consoquonco of its discovery
in 185G by Captain Potor Duncan who
took tho proper option whoroby the
Unltod States oxtonded Its protective
powor over tho Island by proclama-
tion. Phesweht Paukek of tho St. Louis
Alton cVTerro Haute Is authority for
tho statcmont that'nogotlatlons tor tbo
purchase of that road by the 1)1? lour
vro off President Parker has returned
to SL Lout from New York whr
pogottatlon hfvd toot) Is progros
NEWS OF THE YEEK.
Gloanod by Telegraph and Mall
1'KnsOKAL AM) POLITICAL.
Later return from tba four new mates
Indicate (hat the Democrats loia one Con
grtiiman lb Montana and elect the Oot
ernor) the Oakotat furnloh Hepulllcsn
Hinalora and Wnihlnglon ha gone lie
Joim A. M.nti!r cx-Oovernor of the
Slate of Knuait died on the 3d. Hit dlt
ea.e waa a myiterlous one nnd at no time
wero the ptiyilclani able IOdlgtioi It
TUB Bpnnlih preia commenting upon
the International American Congrats ex-
protsea the bope lhat the Bpanl.h lUputi-
Hcj will not psrtnlt themtelvei to bscome
mere aatellltn t to the United Btatet.
OxitKRAt. DoUt-Axom will spend the
winter In Itgrpt. v
Advices from Berlin says that Em-
peror William baa arranged for a visit to
Hlamboul. lie will remain there two days
lie will reach Btnraboul October IB.
Tlis Mexican delegation to tbe Interna-
tional American Congress It Is expected
will bring up the question of high tariffs.
Tns President bas made tbe following
appointment to be collectors of Internal
revenue! Henry W. Hylngton for the
Fourth district of California Bamael M.
Friday for the Ninth district of Pennsyl-
vania James M Jreemau for the district
of Color to
OoVcnKon LantiABii of Iowa bas writ-
ten to rretldeut Harrison protesting
against recent remarks of Horace A. Tay-
lor National Commissioner of Railroads
concerning rallrcal legislation etc In
his BUte. Larrabee saya Iowa Is abon
dantly able to manage Its own railroad
affairs without Taylor's assistance
William E. Ehdicott Jr. son cf the
ex-8creloryof War was married recent-
ly to Miis Louisa Thorn at Lenox Mass.
Eniso.f tbe Inventor and tbe widow of
General Urant were both passengers on
tbe French steamer Li Champagne which
arrived at ifw York on the Oth.
AUjou J. U. Dbccx ot tbe Macon (Ma)
Republican has received word from the
Secretary of tbe Treasury that he bas been
appointed Chief Of the bureau of Statis-
tics at $300) a year to data from the tlms
that he may qualify.
Mns. Siiemean bas up to date received
$20o:0 royalty from the aala ot Genoral
Bishop Vail of the Episcopal Church
diocese of Kansas died at llryn Mawr
Pa. on the Gtb He was born la Rich-
mond V. Ostobor SL 1812.
Bin W. T. RontnTiOx tnembjr of Par-
liament for Drlgbton England bas com-
mitted suicide. He was blind rn t-OX bis
life In a flt of mental aberration.
At tbe deep-naler convention at To
peka Kan. tbe whole day ot the 2d was
occupied In making speeches and nothing
material was accomplished.
Doniso the progress of a prayer meet'
lng In a Presbjrtvan church at Moss
Point Mist. the other night some un-
known person fired Into the edifice and
killed Daniel Mclnnlt and bis little daugh-
ter Nellie and seriously wounded Henry
A dispatch from Buffalo N. says
that the two-masted schooner George
Finney with a cargo of 10000 bushels of
wheat from Tolodo encountered a water
spout while oft Port Colborns recently
which damaged her considerably.
Alt explo.ton In tbe Red Jacket shaft ot
the Calumet and Iloclo mine lu the Upper
Michigan peninsula kUled two men
fatally lujured two more and severely In-
jured sevon others. The cfploalon Wat
due to a miner striking a charge of dyna-
mite With a pick.
Tnc steamship Earn moor which salted
from Baltimore Md. tor Rio Janeiro Au-
gust S3 foundered at sea Keptentber S
and It waa tboujht tbe crew of nineteen
Tns other morning An attempt wis
made to blow Up the slallgbtSr house
of J. & O. Bcanlon at New York. A dyna-
mite bomb waa thrown in through an open
window doing about 1200 worth of dam -age
to tbe property but luckily Injuring
no one. Tbe act Is supposed to haVe been
committed by a discharged employe.
Mns. Katb: U. Nrr of Louisville Kt..
committed sutcldo ths other evening by
jumping from the third story window ot
the bou.a where she and ber husband
were boarding. BbS was Instantly killed.
Marital uuhapplness wis the cadsS.
Tne revenue cutter Rush has arrived at
Port Townteud from Alaska. Commander
Hhepherd reported that he captured six
British sealers from Victoria B. Cn and
Intercepted over two dozen.
ItOBinr Rat HaMiltOS has begun suit
at New York for a divorce from bts wife
Tns lunacy commission consisting of
Drs. Fitch and Field appointed to ex-
amine the mental condition ot Cbrls
Dribte the old inventor who shot and
killed Frederick (irsiweln On September
12 at New York have partially submitted
a report bt their work. Dr. Pitch Is of tho
opinion tbat tbe old man Is Insane and It
It likely that Dr. Field will concur in the
finding ot bis colleague.
fctlXTisrt monuments were dedicated Hn
the (lettysburg battlefield on the Jd. It
Waa Maine's dav.
Tni steamtr Geographic ot tbe Bos-
sier line from Montreal for Southamp
ton collided with tbe Minnie Swift
sailing vessel off St. Pierre Mlquelon re
cently. Both vessels sunk ana a number
ot lives were lost
GKXKltAL FACLCxtn was found guilty
at New York of making a false report of
tbe Dan. Tills National Bank In ISS!. lie
got a aevsn years' sentence.
WtttLE Martin Jascovllz John Blndosky
and Tomato Guard were prying down tbe
top rock at AudenrM near Haselton Pa.
recently tbe mass fell upon them crush-
ing and killing the two former and fatally
Injuring the latter
TnniE men were killed by Rock Island
trains In different parts of Chicago on the
A nxaVT west-bound pasltnger train
went off the track at Cheyenne Wyon re-
cently consequent upon spreading rails
due to rotten ties. Four ladles were seri-
ously bruised tbe conductor bad bis leg
broken and tbe porter bad bis head
Tiik steamer Corona ot tba Ouachita
consolidated line exploded ber boilers at
False river nearly opposite Port Hndton
on tba Lower Mississippi causing tba loss
of tbe steamer and forty live.
Bt the breaking ot a scaffolding around
ths steeple of a church at Alteubrucb
Hanover recently seven workmen were
precipitated 100 feet and Instantly killed.
Ax explosion occurred on the Italian
war ship Formidable at Shields England
while taking on gunpowder stores tbe
other day. The naval officer In charge of
tbe work was killed and several of bts men
were terlomly Injured.
Hiavt rains have caused tbe destruc-
tion ot many houses in Quauajuata
Tltc "longs" have obtained an Injunc
tion In Judge Bbepard'a court In Chicago
against tbe delivery ot uctober pork.
Till! City Hall at East Grand Forks
Dak. was burned recently. Tbe lire waa
credited to one ot tbe two hostile factions
In tbe city
Tus Mount Mansfield Hotel Btowe Vt
burned recently. Lots $100000
Til Bts Mormon elders who bad been
working In Wilson County Tenn. bava
been driven away by Wbltecaps.
Tux United States District Court In
Texas bas sustained the Contract Labor
law In proceedings Instituted agalust tba
Kio Urauds & Eagle Pats railroad for
bringing In Mexicans to work 1htu.e-
feodauts wero URd 1090 for sack Wfk
WAbB F. Jonnntoir wholesale dtaler (n
teat and coffees Boston has assigned
and offers to compromise for 40 cents on
tbe dollar In cash
A coLusto occurred recently botween
a passenger train and a freight train at
Last Ha In Posen. Four railway officers
were killed and many passengers Injured.
ANornxn awful tragtdy growing out ot
ths Uatfleld-McCoy feud la reported from
l'lke County Ky. Jthn Hand a relative
Of Hatfield but not a member of tbe geng
was to be married to Peter McCoy's
daoghler. The mountaineers of both fac-
tions awore tbo Union should not oc-
cur and while tbe wedding ceremony
was taking place Unknown assassins fired
Into the room killing Hand and his bride
and fatally wounding the clergyman.
Tits wife of Bberlff Band who eloped
recently from Little Falls Dak. with a
convict whom aba released has been
found at Casselton Dak. Tbe convict
was not captured.
Business failures (Dun's roport) for tbe
seven days endod Uctober 8 numbered
100 compared with 192 the week previous
and 321 the corresponding week of lnst
year. Stringency In tbe Eastern money
market was causing trouble
Tltc harbor laborers at Flcnsburg Ger-
many have gone on a strike.
Fins In a lunber yard at Antwerp
Belgium created great consternation on
tbe night ot tbe Ctb the city being
threatened with destruction
TWO ladles Mrs. V. C Cook and Mrs.
Sarausl Abbey were killed recently while
crossing tbe "Q" railway track In a buggy
CLkAtttxa bouse returns for ths week
ended October J showed an average
Increase of 2.8 compared with tbe corre-
sponding porlod of last year. In New
1 ork be Increase was Z6.
FOUR tncti were burned to death by a
fire at Lott's restaurant Main street
Winona Miss. osrly on the morning of
tbe 0th. O.' the nllu men asleep In the
apartments above only four escaped re-
ceiving various Injuries In Jumping out of
New York Is tbe winner of tbls year's
League base-ball pennant.
The 200th anniversary of tbe landing ot
the first Germans In America was cele-
brated on tbe 6th notably at Philadelphia
and Bt Louis.
Tnc United States training 'ilp James-
town baa arrived at Newport It. L from
Madeira thirty-eight dayei all well.
During the voyage she encountered a
hurricane and was compelled to lay lo a
couple of days.
M08LEUS recently attacked a Hindoo
procession In Madras and a terrible riot
followed. The troops were called ont and
quelled the disturbance with much dlfft-
OJlty. Of the Moslems who took part In
ths flgbt ViQ were arrested.
The Jury at Rslelgb N. C convicted
tho Catboiia priest J J Boylo of crim-
inal assault on UeneVa Wtllttakerand be
was sentenced to be hanged November 10.
An appeal was taken to tbe Supreme
BSrifcULATlo.T was dull and price barely
maintained on the London Slock Ex-
change during the week ended October &
Americans were depressed owing to tbe
money squeeze In New York. In Paris
tbe bourse was firm with a rising ten-
dency. The Berlin money market Was
quiet tbi East Africa Company reporting
a lost up to January L 19 of 2031.M)
marks on Its paid up capital of 8153100
marks. The Uarana sugar market was
A Grand Arut movement to secure the
removal ot General Grant's body to Ar-
lington Is on foot.
TnE province of Cagllarl Italy has besn
ravaged by a storm In wblcb 340
houses Wets destroyed. Biatren persons
wero killed and hundreds Were Injured.
Tbe town of Cagllarl suffered sererely.
Two Inches of snow fell at Lockport
N. Y. on tbe morning of the Oto.
TMe I'an'Ameriaau de ezatet visited
tbe W'flltuam and Other factories In iiat.a
cbiuettt on tbefitb.
KixbrisitEO. Ufc.1 will be the terminus
of tbe Itock Island probably at least lr a
Two more bodies bave been taken out of
tbe river at Johnstown Pa. From present
appearances there are a great many dead
yet ill the Hirer.
Joeok rJlitriURD has dissolved the in-
junction temporarily Issued against tbe
Cblcago pork dealers
TliR Spanish Government reCsntly
granted a reprieve to a murderer con-
demned to bo exdcatedi There was some
delay In transmitting the reprieve paprs
and whtn the.? itacbed the prison the
sentence ot death bad been carried out
At thrett o'clock oh tbe morning ot tbe
8 h two masked men attempted tb rob the
exptess tratd Ot the lCnoxVllld bratich t)t
the Louisville & Nashville road. Tbey
got on tbe front platform and tried to
force tbo door. A fight ensued and ths
robbers wore routed.
CilAt Lis K. Akderso a retired broker
who was secictary of tbo United States
legation at Pails under Minister Lewis
Cass died suddenly In New York recently
Wiluau McDoxald belonging to one
of tbe best families lu Kt. John) V. 11
baa been afritted for sending -poisoned
candy to the families of ministers'.
Ez.Maycr A. Oaklt Hall bas sued
James Bryce in London for $50000 dam-
ages. Bryre Is author ot tbo "American
Commonwealth" In tbe paft denomi
nated "Tb Tweed Regime" Mr. Hall la
referred lo as a member ot tbe Tweed
RiTcnNs from towns In funneclicat
showed that tbe Vote on the Prohibition
amendment Was about three taoneagalnst
Mrs. Frasces Hodoio.v Bcrsett the
autborrsi. was seriously Injured by the
ovsrturnlng ot her pony tiap In England
ULI7ER Bros.' Tenth street Ironworks
Pltt.burgb Pa. were destroyed by Ore
recently. Loss JKO.000 Insur.d.
admiral Porter's Illness took a dan
gerous turn on the lib.
A bteau threshing enclne exploded on
the farm of McAndress two miles west ot
St Thomas Dak. reccently. Ed Mc-
Caffrey the owner of the machine! Billy
Paul engineer and Charlie Fraser were
killed outright R. IL Daly another em
ploye was supposed to be fatally Injured.
SkveraL vessels were reported wrecked
In Lake Huron by tho recent storm. Tbe
wheelsman ot tbe propeller Hosedale was
killed by losing control ot the wheel
which struck blm In tb bead) tbe mate of
tbe propeller Olego wat kilted by the
port rail which wat ttuve In by a huge
wave) the cook n woman of tbe schooner
J. D. Sawyer was drowned. Two vessels
were nground at White Rock and a
steamer and several barges were aground
nearBL Clair flats
JOUA O'CoNiioa died recently In New
York. Iuvesttgatton tnoVed she had
been beaten and her akull fractured by a
number ct shop girls with whom sho
About two-thirds of tba supplementary
French elections went In favor ot tba
Jay Gould and parly are on a visit to
the A Vest. Tbe object wat said to be
mainly for recteatlou.
AM attempt to form a barbed wire trust
Is reported at Chicago.
PnxsiDX.iT IUnmeo.t gave a special re
ception on the 7b to fie Governor ot
Maine and hl staff and tbe Maine
veterans who had Lo. n on a pilgrimage to
Gettysburg. Antletam and otber battle
Tug glass b'owori Ip the EJIton eltclrla
light works at Harrison N. J. struck re-
cently svgalnst a U per eortt cut la wages
Ux-OoysHNOR l'iKiy of Florida was
reported. Il l4g critically 111 at Baadtra
LEAD 0JIE SMELT.
Soorot Trip of Colorado Smelters
Tbe Workmen on Kara. .a Island Tell a
Vastljr DlnVr.nt Htory to That ot the
ilostes-It. (J. Mills on the Demo-
WAaUmriTO. Oct 8. Dennis Hheedy
president of tbe Globe Eraeltlng A Ko-
fi ilng Company of Denver acccmpanlod
by E. A Caswell of New York and Colo-
nel Camp president of ono of tbe Missouri
lead and mining companies bad an Inter-
view yesterday with Secretary Wlndom
for tbe purpose of Urging blm to approve
tbonommendallon of Atslstant Sscrs-
tarlet llnchol.'or and Tichenor ot the
Treasury Dpartmsnt to abrogate ths
treasury ruling which admitted Mexican
silver and lead btarlng oro free of duty
and to l.suo orders sut lectins tbo lead
contained In tucb ore to a duty of J 33 per
ton or Uf cents per pound. They were
exceedingly anxious that their -presence
In the city end the purpoie ot their
Visit should ba kept secret It Is under-
stood thnt the vl.ltors mide known their
Intentions to Secretary Wlndom In tba
event of bis declination lo test Ibis quss-
tlon In lbs courts by applying to the
Supreme Court of the District bt Colum-
bia which tribunal has iptr? t jurisdic-
tion In cognde matters for a rule upon
tbe Secretary requiring him to tbow
cause why a writ of mandamus should not
Issue rtqalrlng him to collect tbe duty
Imposed by law on lead.
It transpires that Mr. Wan C. Mlchasls
who was the expert commissioned under
a resolution ot tbo Senate last year to
examlno Into Mud report upoi I he Impor-
tation and production ot lead Is tbe head
and front of the effort to have tbo Mexi-
can lead ore question tested In the courts
by mandamus and the failure hitherto
was owing solely tnlhe examination had
last July by Assistant Secretary Tlchi-
nor. Now lhat Secretary Wlndom hesi-
tates and declines to approve tbe recom-
mendation of his assistants It It proposed
to arpea to the Courts.
Till VAVAISA TROUBLE.
Washihoto.t Oct 8. The State Depart-
ment is in recelp of a partial report by
W. O Allen United States Con.nl to
Kingston rf the recent riot at Navassa.
It ngiees with the press accounts already
published and has in addition the follow
ing letter from Mr. Henton the spiritual
adviser of the laborer giving tbelr ver-
sion ot tbe ti'oublet
To till f'ontr tht Amirkan Count Of Kitif ton
Nayasa. Sept. 13. We the undersigned
laborers lor th Naval!! lliwphte Company
were bttaeked by the hisses and manager with
flrtarras because re refused to work after be-
ing Improperly treated. Our grievance are
various 'u wo demanded a bearing before the
present Acting Superintendent O D. Smith.
They ''mediately fired promiscuously among
us Yuundlng four men. We believing there
was nothlag between us and death with-
stood tbe Ore and csptured some ot tbelr
firearms. During the aSray one ef the boites
was wounded. They went under cover of tba
house and Irc.l on us tbe second time. During
tbe affray two of the bosses were fatally la
jarrd. Tbey tben cvseu.tcd tbe anqpry
wblcb we now bare In possession t- eating tbo
remaining bosses with due courtesy with no
further acta otTloIence on our part We now
await to bear front you. hoping you wUt send
Immediate relief or a vessel to carry us back to
tbo United States of America.
We remain jcurs. 131 souls alt American
clUiens awaiting yonr Instant action.
Wiluau II. IIekiox fiplrltu d Adviser.
TIIK PZUOOHATIO rnOOUAUKC
Wa&iiixoto.v Oct 8 Hon. Roger (j.
Mills if Texas who Is in tho city said
last night that though in the minority
tbe Democrats were fatly corneous of
tbelr power and would r.svlt "Wo do
not propose" said he. "that the Repub-
lican majority shall past a tingle measure
Without our consent For Instance yon
may depend on It that tbe rules of the
HoUte will not be changed by the Repub-
lican majority In any essential feature.
We do not propose to permit tbem to
lo changed at Is desired by Mr.
Used and others In .any particular
feature. Nor will we permit any of tbe
proposed legislation looking to a control
byCongrrsiof the elections for we see
Very plainly tbe purpose of that. The
tamo can be said ot tbe contest cases that
will come upbefore Congress We do not
propose to let tbe Rspubllcan majority b
farther Increased ad libitum by throwing
out Democratic members at isetni to be
tbe purpoie. In other Words we propoie
to exercise control of tbe House jdstat
much as tbbtigh wo were In tbe majority
because we know Odr rdtdorlty It strong
enough to make ns tbe virtual fUIefs."
A cass cr conscience."
WAsnnarox Oct 8 Secretary Wln-
dom yesterday received a "comclence"
contrlbatlon of iZVi In bills Inclosed In an
envelope postmarked St. Joseph Mo. The
sender had folded tho notes and then
clipped pieces from them. This
mu Halloa was done It Is
presumed to prevent tba money
from being of use er value to anybody but
the Government The note accompanying
the contribution which 1 not signed
conCrtdei as follows) "About February
1S37. 8 Cretary Manning received J3.0X)
conscience money by New York draft
Written on the back of tbe draft that It
was to be put into tbe United States
treasury but as tbat never appeared In
print it Is believed by tbe writer tbat
Manning appropriated It to bis own use."
MtACnxD the rnxilDZNT.
WAsniKOTOK Oct a The findings ot
the Court martial that tried Lieutenant
Colonel Fletcher at Omaha barracke last
summer bat reached the President's dest.
The Impression prevails In army circles
tbat tbe court found blm guilty with a
recommendation to mercy.
BATrt N. Y. Oct a A. Hadden a
prominent lawyer ot Corning went to bis
cottage ou Ltka Kenka and tried to hang
blmself In hit bath house. He was dis-
covered t-e fore life waa extinct and cut
down lift had been for yeara In poor
health. Lately be bad been iu a de-
pressed state of mind on account of busi-
ness cares. Dr. Nichols bas no hope ot
Tha road to bumui In rallrnnd rlrriliia
''a hard at test to follow. Vice-President
ilolccmb ot the Union Pacific was once a
freight brakemua and did soma hard work
turning the cranks. He worked In this
capacity on nearly every Wstsrn road
and It dt said takes pride In relating bla
experlencea a '-shack." Tom Potter fol-
lowed tbe not apprenticeship and made
quite a record In turning brake! oa th
Northwestern. Ed. Dickinsou now as-
tlttnnt general manager ot the Union
Pacific cotnoyicod railroading at the age
ot eleven year at a messengar boy for tha
Cleveland & Todedu railroad at Cleveland.
At the age ot fourteen and durlog his
career a a mes.ener be learned tele-
graphy and took a position as operator
ou the Atlantlo & Groat Western. At tbe
age ot teventeeu be wat made train dis-
patcher ou the same road. In 1679 ha
cams to Oataba as clerk and operator In
tbo freight oaioe but returned to Cleve-
land shortly afterward as atslstant train
dUpatcher ot the Cleveland & Toledo.
Hit wrist giving out be was compslled to
cease operating and went on tb road as
baggage and express msjnj;r. In lsTl
be waa appointed superintendent c-f tba
Laramie division ot tbe UhIob FaeUk an
mado his way up to thn posltloa of gen-
eral superintendent by Vlcs-PreeliUat
Potter sad be baareeaally baem ptouaeaed
to Ml position Of asitat gwjoral maw
tr by VlfW) Holwtjsfc-.
BISHOP VAIL DCAD.
The Episcopal Mt.Knn of Ka
After Two Weeks' lnVlM.
Bnrn Mawr Fa Oct 7. Thi Kt Jlv.
Thomas Unhbard Vail. D.D. LL.D..
Proteilant Episcopal II shop- of Mm
dlocets ot Kansas died here yesterday
morning after an Illness of two wf els.
B'thop Valt was taken seriously III
while en route from Kansas to Wew York
to attend the convention ot the Eptacopat
Clinrch. He waa brought to the resletenee)
of Mr. Andrew Wheeler at this place
where he died.
Thomas Hubbard Vail the first iHehoet
of Kansas first paw the light of day at
R chmond Va. Uctober 21 1812.
He graduated from Trinity College (th
Watblngton) at Hartford Conn. la 183L
In 1833 he finished al the General Theolog-
ical Seminary at New York la Juno
ism he was made deicon of St Mark'
Church at New Canaan Conn. On Janu-
ary 0 1837 be wat ordained priett ot
Ones Cbarcu Boston. After occupying
several charges he was consecrated Bishop
of Kansas by Rt Rev. Jackson KcrJper
December 15 ISO I. He was given jtha de-
gree of doctor ot sacred theology by
Brown Untrtrtlty Providence IL L. In
1858 and tbat ot doctor ot laws by tbe Uni-
versity of Kansas In 1875.
Dr. Vail wroto "The Comprehensive
Church" "Life otLyde" with an edlUca
ot hit poems; "Plans and Outlines" with
telecttona of books nnder many heads of
a publla library In Rhode Island; ''Ito-
porta of School Commltteos In Massachu-
setts" "Sermon at tbe Contocratlon of
tbe Cbapel of Grlswold College"
"Charge Episcopal Addresses and Pas-
Tbe work of Dr. Vail after coming to
Kansas wat of Incalculable value to ha
Btab nit Inte.j.t m educational mat-
ters waa greaf especially In tbe work
ot tbe Blate University.
Bishop Vail wat president cf the Kplt-
ccpat Theological School and donated tbo
old female seminary to that Institution.
In 1830 Dr. Vail wedded Mrs. Frances
Bophla (Jurling) Vote Tbls wlfo died
in September 1(01. and In April 187f be
married Miss Edm Ledlls Bowman of
Pennsylvania daughter ot Bishop Bow-
man of that State.
A STRANGE AFFAIR.
A Prominent and Wealthy Cltlten of St.
Lonla Murderously Assaulted.
St. Louts Oct. 7. Captain D. P. 8Iat-
tery. preeldrV of tbe Merchants' Eleva-
tor Company and a prominent and wealthy
citizen lies et his home in a fashionable
quarter of tbe city uncon. clous from a
brutal beating received at an early hour
yesterday bla face scarcely recognizable
and an ngly bolo In the back ot bit head
while hit pocketbook containing about
tO a diamond ring and diamond stud
valued at $1(00 and a valuable gold watch
It waa ascertained lhat tbe assault was
committed near tbe southwest corner ot
Jefferson and Case arenuea. At I860 and
2SC3 Cass avenue Edward Klosterraaa
runs a grocery store with saloon attached.
He resides with his family on the secoad
floor of the building. Klostormaa's story
is that a few mlnntos after oae oVIeeik
yesterday mornlag his wife was awaieied
by a aolse In tb hallway leading to'bar.
room. She thought ber husband was'
coming to the room and called t-e
blm but received bo answer. A
few seconds later tbe was greatly
alarmed by teeing a strange mas
shoeless hatlesa and coilless. walk-
ing toward ber bed. She screamed and
ber bnsband and his barkeeper John
Ulckey. were attracted by tbe noire Tbey
rusbed npstelrs and found the Intruder on
tbe landing but not In the room Kloster-
man claims to have struck the man who
afterward proved to be Captain Blattery
with tbe palm ot hi hand Alexander
Hunt aged fifty-one who wat In the
saloon came out went upstair and told
hit frltnd Klosterman to turn tbe roan
over to blm wblcb was dene and Hunt
proceeded to beat Blattery In a most
brutal manner finally throwing bio down
Tbe prominence of the victim caused
considerable excitement In police quar-
ters and detectives were quick at work on
the case. Within two hours the fo'low-
tng arrests bad been made: Alexander
Hunt no occupation; Edward Klos-
terman proprietor of tbo Cass
avenue saloon; Jobn Hlckey Klot-
tarman'a barkeeper; Oliver Garneau
a baker; Henry Barton paper bang-
er; John Meohun teamster. Later
Klosterman Garnran and Barton were
released but tbe others will be hold.
A FATAL FIRE.
Four Merchant Cremated In
Hotel at Winona Miss.
WIxOxa. Miss.. Oct Z Fire broke out
about 2:0 o'clock yesterday rooming In
It Loti's two-story rsstanrant on Main
street and la a few minutes the Aamea
completely enveloped the building ths
Upper story of which was used for lep-
lng apartments in which nine men were
sound asleep. P.vo of tbe men
escaped but four were burned
to death. Ruffla Thompson the
bead clerk and Cecil Btmpson another
clerk escaped by climbing down tbo
awning In front Jeff Kent ot Carroll
County and A. J. Cook and W. I. Alton!
of Webster County jumped from tha
sjcond story window to the brick pave-
ment below and were badly injured.
Coot'e hnkie being broken o badly tbat
amputation Is thought to be necessary.
Those wbo perished In tbe flames were;
J. Thomas a msrebant ot Cumberland
Webster County; J. W. Lontry and Lou
Crouch merchants of Hofaenllnden Web-
ster County and Paul Williams a farmer
ot 8un creek Oktibbeha County. All
ot them were prominent citizens of
their respective communitUs and
wer en route home from Mem-
phi where tbey went to purchase goods.
Every effort was made to save them but
tho Hemes ware well under headway be
fore discovered and by th time) sufficient
help arrived tbe wall had fallen In II
wa only by tbe most berolo ufforts tbat
tb adjoining building and stocks were
saved. As toon at ;osttbl tha debris
wat removed and tbe almost unrecogniz-
able bodies were rooovered and will be
tent to their homes.
ftoulUeru Cotton Mills.
Cuattakoooa Tana.. Oct 8. Ths
Tradesman bas made an exhaustive In-
quiry Into tba cotton milling Industry ot
tba South and bas received reports front
alt tbo leading cotton mills. The nolual
number ot mills In optratlon It K0 against
HI In 188)- an Increase ot t&M per coat
tlnca tba census year. Tbe Increase la
mill consumption ot raw cotioa In tba
same period bas been IS percent Oae
hundred and thirty-two thousand bate
wera consumed In Bouth Carolina last
year against 120000 baits la Ueorgl.
South Carolina Is tbe banner State tha
consumption thire having Increased 'K
per cent In rnw cotton during the last
No Way uf Trying Neul.
Btocktok. Cat O.'t 6. Tha g-rawts!
jury ot San Joaquin Coualr baa pre-
sented Its final report oonoeiHlittJ
ot Deputy United States Marstal Heatfc
Tbe report says w killing of
lata Judge Terry was deliberate a4
while tha ConstltatlOH and tow ottsK
Stat rsqulr that acrlwta agaraas Uf bsaw
sfcoaM h triad thru tbo sasitjiael
was take frou tha parnr at lev torts
a protis tat mat Istg fro to JaU)tt4
Blabs Cbraaii Cosna To - .
lau. i TmUh.'s4 ! Oitesji4trt
1 at eW.'4a4 that Kl saw if Mf
bv a Mate tout lac waat of ftrMteaMta
fro whsaa U I rat te etwstaitt Mutt s
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