The Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 22, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 2, 1893 Page: 1 of 4
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CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO.
VINITA. INDIAN TERRITORY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 2 1893.
VOL. XI. NO. 22.
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Fon leaving his regiment-tho First
Uhlans without leave l'rlneo Aloys
hchwarrenburg has lmtl a court mar-
tial uml received our months' Imprisonment.
Tub Miltnn hits ordered a compctlllTO
trial of Krupp unci Cnll cannon. The
latter aro iied by tho 1'reuch army
nud tlio Ottoman army hat been using
A FAjtit houso which Kapolcon used
ns hcntUiunrtcrs nflor tho hnttlo of
Ebclsbctg situated near tho Austrian
town of thatnnme wns lately destroyed
by nn Incendiary.
Tup. houso comml'.tco on military nf-
fnlrs has authorized Mr. Oiilhunltc of
Ohio to report n bill to icorgatil70 tho
artillery and Infantry of tho army nnd
to Increase its cfllclcney.
Nw Yoiik Citv to storming congress
for a big bridge over North river. Tam-
many Is for it nud tho Herald hcaditho
fight A regiment of lobbyists aro
pulling and huullug In ltd Interest.
Tub mrvlvors of tho famous "SOU"
who voted to the end for (len. Grant In
Iho republican national convention of
1870 hnve decided to form nn associa-
tion and hold a banquet In l'hlladclphla
A fioht has dovulupedin tho senate
military combilltco ngalnst the con-
firmation of Private Sifretury llalford
ns paymaster In tho army. The fight
Is made because ho dooa not belong to
Or 184383 recruits received Into tho
German nrmy nnd navy r.eccutly only
821 could not rend or write. Thcro
wcro 1708SiT who could both read and
write German and SfiTi who eould read
nud wrlto only In a foreign language.
Tiik llusslnn writer M. Lnnln In nn
nrtlclo In the Contcninarnrv Review dp-
o-rilu. tl.n ni no ll.r. ..r1uu1t.....l
Trollope's hero Lord Chlltern "n dull I
' fierce man who meant well but had'
Imperfect control and could not lioln. 1
when Btroni?lv moved rushimr nt. h.
object Ulto a bull."
Hence the czar's
nickname Tho Hull.
Or.it. llLTLBlt was nvorno to shaking
hands with tho multitude und It was
no tils rulo to doit lie onco gavo
n rrcatlon while he was governor in
ono of tho manufacturing cities of
Massachusetts nt which ha sat In a
low cushioned easy chair with n tnblo
til front of him. People who p ld their
respects wero not permitted to shako
hands with htm.
1'r.TKit Dimitiiopf Su.oiuik recently
deceased was assistant cook and after-
ward chef In tho Imperlil household of
tho lato czar but was considered too
unprogresslvo for fho position so ho
was taken Into the depirtment of edu
cation und for twntyycir past ha-
..3v.ii.uyeu inu iiuuvs ui jiiecwr-gnn- cue legislature to malte a reapportion-
crnl of schools nt Warsaw with no llltlo ! ment of the Btatc for ieglslathe pur-
credit to himself. I poscx.
. . . . .. Gov. Rkv.noi.iih of Dolawnrc has on-
A blM canton with soclalletlc ton I pointed Alfred P Robinson of Georgo-
rV"elicica j.ifs latoly Jdopto.1 a law of frco town Sussex county chief justice to
burial by which the jlato Is tho chief ml the vacancy occasioned by tho ie-
patron employer of the undertaker j tlrcment of Chief Justlco Joseph P
Two purvcyers of cotHns nro elected In Coinegys.
each district; nil ordors nro tent to one John Rigos a famous Indian fighter
during tho first slxmonl'is of th year undur Custer and who claimed ho
nnd to tho other during the remaining killed the Chief lllack Kettle died rc-
slx months. Tho coUlns nro delivered eentlv n.r Ilmtn 'rw
gratuitously Xotivlthstuiidlng tho of-
forts of the government to b fair the
greatest complaint and dissatisfaction
have n risen.
TiiKitit nro those who do not want the
lirlvlluge.1 of suffrage thrust upon them
nnd they intcud to protest against the
fcprcad of suffrage. The Indianapolis
Journal says: "Tho women buffragists
nro not to have undisputed hold of the
public. Massachusetts has a society of
women who call themselves "Remon-
strants" and these remonstrants haru
Issued Mr. Gladstone's anti-female
suffrage letter as a tract. Some women
aro determined not to have suffrage
lurust upon tlicm."
Our. of tlio in on wonderful beds of
nro ever discovered In tho west has just
been found nt Rico Col. by tho At-
lantic Cable Consolidated Co. which is
prospecting with a thousand foot drill.
One of tho finds is n body of galena nnd
copfcr twenty feet thick another of
galena ten feet thick nud a bed of pure
Bpccalar Iron twenty feet through
while tho limestone for 180 feet I mln-
ernl zed. It appears that this vast bed
of mineral covers mauy acres and In
some places Is 100 feet thick. A second
drill hole Is now- b-jlng mailo which
promises wonderful dlscoverlos.
Guv pk Maupassant tho French
nutl'or It Is said Is not hopulossly in-
tune. Onr roport says that though
generally not at all rational ho Is other-
wise a healthy hearty man. He goes
nbout as usual cats sleeps well nnd
ficrforms all tho physical functions. lie
las n good Income from his books and
Is therefore well cared fur Not long
ago It was reported that his friends had
deserted hlln but it seems that the ru-
-moruroso from tho simple fact that tho
servant In ehargo of his rooms was dis-
missed a few days before. It Is said
that the sale of the volume of verso qf
1 Mr. Watson tho poet of Tenuybonlan
famo jt ho recently went Insnne.stoppcd
Immediately and entirely upon tho cir-
culation of tho reportof his mUfortune.
Maupaisant however is rcadnlmoit ns
jnucli now as before he became Insane
and his naino Is ul n ays n star attrac-
tion on tho tltlo page of any American
CllAliiMAX Cabtkh of tho republican
national committee learned something
while directing tho lute campaign that
should have been prcsonted to tho
minds of tho national committeemen
long ago IIo says ha bjl loves tho
money spant by tho committee for tho
printing and mailing of tho 4009003 or
5000001) docnnionts sont out w.s prao-
tlcally wnttsil. "I have no fniili In
documents" says ho. "The great bulk
of them uro never read I liell.ve we
can accomplish inoro through dully und
wcokly papers than with all the docu-
ments wo can send out from now to
uooin&iiay. mo vrcoiiiy papers for u- '
stance en tn nennln tvhn mml aim.ua '
.1.1 .-(.. . . .. .. i
uing in incin inuiuatng tlio nJvcrttio-
ments. one-quarter of tho money we
spent In sending out documents In tho
last campaign would. If used in sending
.ml. 'rilnlit mntln.1 In .H...I.I.. ..........
pcrs would hava produccsl leu times
tho results yo uvJoiniillsheii'1
An a result of the trouble between
Cupt. J. Leroy HrutviinmlDr Knstinan
the Indian husband of Klulno OomJnle
t Pino Rldpo UKnpy fecrrolary Koole
Iir dctirccd that tho dixstor must woto.
Wo l tl ageiffy niytclan und Wrowo
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
Gloanod By Toloaraph ana Mall.
riirtSONAX. AND POLITICAL.
CoiuiAMiKii Hkniiv U Johnson of
tho United Slates navy has been dis-
missed from the service for gross neg-
lect of duty.
Afrs to remove tho Roman Catholic
festivals of tho Immaculate Conception
St l'cter nnd Bt. Paul nnd Corpus
Chrtstl from tho list of statutory holi-
days In Quebec Canadi liava been
passed by tho Quebec legislature.
Tun Connecticut legislature has re-
fused to confirm tho appointment of
Simeon Ilahhvln to bo Judgo of tho
court of errors.
Tmj Bcnato has confirmed tho np-
po'.ntmcnt of Judgo McCotna of Mnry-
land to the supreme bench of tho DIs-
trii tot Columbia.
The cardinal archbishop of Lyons
Franco is dead.
Tub Kansas legislature In Joint ses-
sion elected John Martin for United
States senator. Republican members
refrained from voting und attempted
nflorwnrd to elect Ady but failed for
wuntof u quorum.
Tub republican factions of Spain have
formed n coalition with tho object of
overthrowing tho monarchy.
Tiik Farmers' Alliance at Waco Tex
has resolved against wildcat banks.
1st tho Wyoming legislature the popu-
lists cast live votes for Mrs. llartlc.tt for
United States senator.
Tub senatorial contest in Wisconsin
camo to an end when Mitchell defeated
Urngg for tho democratic nomination.
Tub remains of tho late Phillips
llrooks woro Interred at lloston on tho
SOlh and wero followed to tho grave by
many thousands of his admirers.
Tub temper of tho present house of
congress seems decidedly against all
bills cf tho clnss to w hlcli tlio Kansas
City publio building (ebOO.OOO) belongs.
The signs of tho times nro against Its
. 1K lllnlno falnllir nre muc1' annoyed
7' ncViPaI'sr "uts hanging nround
I Till! president nnd all tho members of
his cabinet had a large group photo.
grapn taken preparatory to their ofll-
clal reparation In live weeks' time.
'IHB Tennessee legislature Is looking
I n'lcr tM0 'co grabbers.
All fees will
have to bo turned Into the treasury.
Sill Wll.l.lAM Vl-.Il.MIJf llAIICOUIIT
ch-n 'ellor of the Ilritlsh exchequer Ins
declined to advise tho government to
adopt tho decimal coinage believing
that the humbler classes of society
would suffer during the transition.
Tiik funeral services over tho body
of the Into Justlco Lamar wcro ob-
served nt Macon (In. on the 27th und
were largo'y attended.
Juimik William Linus vv of Frank-
fort is to succeed Oarllslo as senator
Jlv n decision of the Indiana supremo
court It becomes necessary for tho prcs-
Tiik committee on ruiea has rcnorted
ivorably Coiigrcssmin Doekerys rcso-
lution for 11 general Investigation of
tho departments of the government.
Tins French government ngnln tri-
umphed in a vote In the chamber of
deputies over the lloulanglsts und roy-
alists. Col. II. Ii Gnovp.it representative of
the Ilritlsh royal commission nt the
World'B fair was found dead in his bed
. Ok.v. J. S. CLAitKBOX cx-chalrman of
the republican uutloual committee is
seriously 111 nt New York. Ho Is suffer-
ing fiom Inflammatory rheumatism.'
Nkws lint been received of a revolu-
tion In tho Sandwich islands resulting
In the depositirn of tho queen and tho
appointment of a committee toscekan
nexntlou to tho United Mates. Tho
revolution was Instigated by the dis-
affected foreign element und what
strength It possevsed In nutlvo circles
was unknown. Tho Idea of nnucxatton
was strongly urged by many in Wash-
Ington political circles though others
urged that It would vlolato existing
treaties mid besides would be In direct
conflict with established American
A xi:v and more comprehensive extra-
dition treaty has bten entered into be-
tween tho Unlloil Htntes and Sweden.
.Mil Ci.F.vr.LANli speaking of the lata
Mr. Illulne wiys ho was ully entitled
to Ikj callod u great American states-
man. Sknatoii Caiilislk has loft Washing-
ton for Lukuwood to confer with President-elect
Cleveland ns to tlio condition
of the publio treasury. He took with
him a cnrefully prepared rcvlow of tho
tivusury prepared ut Carlisle's request
by Representative Dockery wlilch
showed 1111 nlmost ccrtuln deficit fortho
coining fiscal ypnr.
A btatkiik.nt claiming to bo a synop-
sis of Gladstone's Irish home rule bill
has been published. Its principal feat-
ure Is tlis Imperial control of several
local dapnrtmouU fur llvu years after
tho passage of the uct.
TiIb National llrlo'.t Manufacturers'
a&ftoolatiou at Louisville Ivy. doeided
to adopt n uniform slus brick pattern
e't'xIJixSH inches. Tho next annual
convention will bo held In Chicago.
Two robboM raided thu bank at
Wavcrly Kmi In regular DaIIoii style.
After obtaining n small sum of money
thoy look flight killing 0110 of their
pursuurs but woro finally captured
after conshlernble firing.
Ax cNploilon In n coal inlnontTnhod
nenr Grann Hungary Imprisoned about
ICO men till of whom were thought to
i3 deuil The bodies of thoso nearest
the shaft wore recovcied.
In iidyiinmlteworUsatMiiedory Ala.
an explosion ooeurrcd which wrecked
tho building aud killed two raon blow
ing the. 111 to fragments.
Tint court 1 of Oklahoma have tier
. aI.IhjI llinf Lnn m. I.. ..lin.l. f.... .hI.I.a
V v V ' n'-'"n" "" "
mi w wiuunn am cuiitumiioiigi
Tub Rome (Gi.) sanitarium was de-
iroycu iy uu incuuuiur lire Willi a
loss of 8l000Ja
Footi'aim nre n texrJr nt Fort Wayne
Tiik little leumqr K. II llunner ran
on a sung In llnyou Pigeon 11 few miles
abort! Morgan City Lx und sank In
twenty feet of water. The boat was a
tola' Iom; nu Insurance.
A iir.c'-iVKH hat lvoa aViod far tho
Clir -l.io.il J lSl9t cuv Ur Qf IUtU
A nouAttKFrniiof the Royal Insurance
Co at New York was detected in n olev-
er and bold utlcmpt to cash a forged
check for 130000.
Mkxico has nsked for tho extradition
of tho three (larz.i bandits captured in
A WALT7IN0 party wns broken up by
Father John Cushlng nt PlnlnOctd N.
J. recently. Tlio wnllzers wero main-
ly members of his congregation nnd he
rained tho hall whcit tho danco was In
A llKKCii fight Is rnglng In tlio coffin
trust over n proposed reduction of price.
A oiikat riillwny war Is brewing In
New Knglnndi tho parties to It lelng
the New York New Haven fc Hartford
and tho New York fs New Hnglnnd
with Rending edging In as a side Issue.
Tun Spanish .government Is under-
stood not to bo disposed to grant tho
request of the United States that mis-
slo nrlcs be readmitted to tho Caroline
Island. and bo protected In the dis-
charge of their ovangcllcnl work.
Tub Rothschilds syndicate has bor-
rowed tlO.030000 In gold In tho United
States for tho use of Austria to aid her
"Raiion" K'ruui.TZ tlio husband of
the onco fainoui cnntntrlce Lady Anna
lllihop and known flftivn years ngo ns
a prtneo of good fellows In almost ovcry
part of the world died a decrepit vaga-
bond of typhus In Rlvcrsldo hospital.
Tub Cincinnati charity ball brought
t7000 not receipt which will b-turned
over to the city board of charities.
HKNny Frost n diamond dealer of
Chicago has disappeared and us he nl-
ways carried Hourly f-1000 worth of
diamonds upon his person It Is fcarod
ho has been foully dealt with.
' Tji.i Alabama senate reconsidered its
vote defeating tho bill providing nn an-
nuity of no 1 for Mrs. Jefferson Davis
nnd passed It by n voto of 17 to II. It
now goes to tho house.
Wiiilk crossing tho railroad tracks
near Landrcth DeL two unknown mon
Ncrv struck by nn extra Rjiith-bound
express and Instantly killed. John
Johnson hud his thigh brokon but may
Skiiiuur troublo was likely over tho
strike nt tho Ilrooks locomotive works
at Dunkirk N. Y.t und troops were
O.t the Maple Leaf near Kent III.
the train contslnln; the lumbermen's
excursion party wns derailed nnd two
or threo persons wero killed.
Dki-l'tv U.mtkd Statki- Marshal
Faulkiniibiirv was killed In Arkansas
by timber thieves whom ho was pursu-
ing. Tun United Stales fligship Mohican
has left for Honolulu nnd the Hanger
and Adams uro expected to follow at
Tiik plant of the Portsmouth wheel
works nt Portsmouth O. was destroyed
by fire recently.
Tun directors of the whisky trust
have decided to reduce tho price of
whisky 18 cents u gallon.
1'ASSR.voKn nnd freight trains col-
lided near Racine Wis. recently In a
dense fug with fatal results.
Tvnifa fever has uppjarcd ut Ilelle-
vue hospital New Yor.t and the prop-
erty hit been placed under quarantine.
One of the employes of the institution
hns nlready died of tho malady and
there nro reported to be twenty sus-
Tiik Ilritlsh foreign office announces
that the recent story of nil alleged at-
tack upon tho Ilritlsh legation at Guate-
mala Is n gross exaggeration of an un-
Tub Columbia Straw Paper Co. hav-
ing a capital stock of $1030000 lately
organized under tho laws of New Jer-
sey bus purchased tho largest straw
wrapping paper mills of tho Central
City Paper Co ot Jackson Mlclu
Tub Hrle (Pa.) car works limited n
plant representing 1.1000'JO investment
has been scizeil by the sheriff upon exe-
cutions amounting to (103000 in favor
of Uric bank.
Atkiiiiiulb murder occurred at the
convict farm near Little Rock. Ar!c
J. N. McCullnugh foreman was shot
nnd Instantly killed by Jim Sultlvan 1
guard. Sullivan was from Missouri.
Tlio miirrlcrer escaped.
Tin: Hrst Presbyterian church of
Logunsport luil n very largo (done
structure valued at $10000 has been de-
stroyed by fire. Insured for 110000.
Tiii.no ore ripe for a tvvo.utton la
Hayll und the oucmlcs of Illppolyte arc
Tiik Ilngllsh parliament wns opened
on the Hist witli tho rending of the
HuMtnmm of wretched victims of
poverty attempted to p.irndoln London
but the police dtsperhd them with
Tub island of Zanle Greece was vis-
ited by repented earthquake shocks
which wrought great destination to life
Aivn:ii a Ktruggle extending over two.
mouths thu senate on the 31st passed
tho autl-optluns bill by it deelslt u ma-
jority. TiimtK wns a rumor In lterlln that In
an nttempt to murder tlu czar sevunil
persons hnd leu Injured.
I.N view of tho settlement of the
f'l.vpMun crisis MHiuof the Itrlllsh re-
inforcements ordered to Itgypt will not
ATCutlet'sbnrg Ky tho grnfid jury
now in srnsdmi found Indictments
against a number ut promlnont society
women for plnving pedro for prlseJT
0k.v. HirrLkU' will 1ms been tiled at
Fast Cambridge Mas. It boars tho
date of KM with a codloil ot 11 J. All
hi estates real nnd pursonnl nro loft
to i-ulntlves. lnuludlng u wife nnd
mother stnoe deeeased.
In n dubatu In the Canadian housu of
comiuohs tho consen-ntlvo ministry wns
sustained by 11 voto of 108 to M
Fauii llosi Illlin.Miii one of tho In-
dicted Nebruskniis chnrged with fraud
in the btatenkyluui maitur.has returned
Und tuuy turn state's evidence.
Statu Shnatoh McLk.vn of ludluiiu
has conceived thu pivijevt of a canal
from Lnko Michigan to the Wul-ash
Tiikiik nre several cases of trichinosis
In Woodford county III. Two ileaths
havo occurred und murjuro expected
No change In the pension bureau will
bo made ut this so on of congress.
lIu.Miv T. kcoti. msmigcr of the
Union Iron works. Sau FrnnulFco h tales
that H'b nut likely the const dofenso
vessel Monterey would bo sent to
Honolulu us the voyage would l too
hazardous fur a vessel of her construe-tlor-.
Till' pension pnyinents In January
footed up ft t.ooj.OOj. a (leeivimens com-
pared with Ddivinlier of ei.000000
Tiiiiru women ut VU35 Odvu strcot
6t Luuls. fuutul it burglar In an up-
stnlra room. They shut tho door upon
hint nnd held U until tho Arrival ot
pollco Itu provci tn l n nrgro yvlip
If uvc llio )i0iuo ot tjjtmucl EhU
Clovolutlon hi tho Sandwich Ialnnda
and Monarchy Abolished.
rit. U"nuii'. Attempt nt "enlarging ll.r
Vanrr Lrmlt tu Iter Overthrow
Ilrlrf llescrtpllnn or III Lit-
Saw FnANOtsco Jan. SO. Tho long
predicted revolution In tho Sandwich
Islands has occurred nnd now a com-
mittee from tho people nt Hawaii
headed by Mr. Thurston Is in tho city
on its way to Washington to ask tho
United Stales to annex tho Islands nnd
make n stato of tho union of them.
Tho Hawaiian steamship Claudlan
arrived hero Saturday morning with
the nnncxalinn -nmnillteo and the.
news that Queen Lllluoknlanl had
lteen deposed from power tho mon-
archy abrogated tho government build-
ings seized and a new provisional min-
istry composed of four members estab-
lished sustained by the bayonets of
The queen attempted January 15 to
promulgate n new constitution depriv-
ing foreign born citizens of the right of
franchise and abrogating tho existing
ho-ie of nobles at the same time giv-
ing her tho power of appointing a new
house. This wns- resisted by the for-
eign element of the community who at
once appointed a committee of safety
of thirteen members and called a mass
Two days later tho committee of
public safety Issued a proclamation to
the Hawaiian people recounting tho
historyof tho islands nnd calling atten-
tion to tho misrule of the native line ot
LvQiiccn Lllluokalanl Is a sister of
the Into King Kalakaua and Is said to
be a woman of kindly Impulses and
great good sense. Sbo is well educated.
Is n flno musician und deeply Interested
in missionary work nmong the natives.
In urlvnlc life she I Mrs. Lvdla Dotn-
nl her husband John O. Domnls who
died In 1891 having beon an American.
Sho Is 5t years old and childless but
tho succession hud been secured to her
niece tlio Princess Kaullanl. nged 17
who Is being educated in Kngland.
Hawaii consists of etghi Inhabited Is-
lands extending in u lino about 320
miles northwest Those Islands are of
vast commercial importance to the
United States Great llrltaln and Ger-
many in that piey constitute the only
land of any kind between the Marque-
sas nnd tho Aleutian islands In. the
Pacific ocean where a ship can stop
within 4500 miles of San Fran-
cisco nnd 2'200 miles ot Nicaragua.
They are directly in the lino of all Ast-
atic steamers and with the completion
ot tho now Nlcaraguan canal will be
In tho direct lino ot steamers bound
from Nicaragua to Yokohama as they
aro now in a direct Hue of vessels from
the Pacific ports of tho United States
and Canada to Chinese Japaneso and
It can readily be seen of what vast
Importance these islands nro to tho
United States as n baso of protection
for her commerce at tho present time
nnd tho future Importance as a natural
place of supply and coaling statiou for
ships buund to Callao Valparaiso and all
Asiatic ports. In timo ot war Its value
ns a station would be especially impor-
tant Tho Into King Kalakaua believed that
the future welfare ot thu Sandwich
islands demanded annexation to tho
United States and It is sold that the
purpose of tho Journey during which
he died nt San Francisco was to sell
hi kingdom to thu United States.
Tlio L'licnU strip Hill.
Wabiii.noto.v Jan. 3a Tho friends
of thu Cherokee strip bill are receiving
a constarrt stream ot kicks on the house
They come from Kansas and Okla-
homa mostly but sc no put in un up-
pen rn lice from nil parts of tho countiy.
Tho feature that most concerns them
is tho provision not allowing anyone to
havo morj than $4000 worth ot personal
or real j Uito who settles on land.
Till is regarded us too much of n
paupor provision and that It would re-
sult In tho country being settled up by
n poor class and that It Is iiotcspeclilly
acceptable to the fellows now In Okla-
homa. Thcro is a general dissatisfaction ex-
pressed nlso over the provision to sell
tho Innd for more than $1.50 per noro.
In fact there nro man' letters object-
ing to evry feature. There will bo an
effort to havo some changes inaue as In-
dicated In theso dispatches but no 0110
hopes to bo able to meet tho requests
I IimkI In Alilikn.
San FiiAMXbCO Jan. 80. Tho supply
chnon'cr Undaunted has nr.-lvcd hero
from Iuxliak Alaska and brought news
ot a flood which occurred lu tho little
cannery settlement of Afogauak. situ-
nted ubout thirty miles from Cook's
inlet On November St list the waters
of the A'oganaU river rose and swept
everything before them. Tho flood
washed away thu smaller house. ot the
cannery and when it struck the main
building the underpinning was washed
nwny causing tho building t- collapse
und fall. Superintendent Jones of tho
cannery wan In the building at the time
und wuh buried beneath thu ruins.
A lUjrr Memorial service.
Fnnuosr 0 Jan. saAt n union
meeting of tho Mothodtst Pretty terlun
und Hplscopal churches held at tlm
Methodist Llplscopal church vestcrduy
miming memorial services wcro
hdti in memory of ex-President
ituthorford. H llnyou. Iter J U.
bhuckelford. of bt P.iuI'm Kpl&opal
church delivered u brief uddress on
Gon. Hayes ns n philanthropist odu-
cutor and citizen after whluh Ilor. J.
L. Albrlttnn pastor ot tho M. Ii church
ot which place of worship (Jen Hayet
was it roguUt'otttjinJiiot tlcU?0fe4 Hj
THE HAWAIIAN TEMPEST.
Clio Involution MA rroflncn Ntvttonal
f'amplteAltont Tlio Deposed vJnre.i 1'ro-
!! .Sffjlnit tlio Action ot tlio UiiIKmI
Wasihsoto Jan. 31. Tho Ilritlsh
minister hero has been most activo
slnco tho noivs arrived of the revolu-
tion In Hawaii. IIo Is watching close-
ly every mora made and already the
United States government has informa-
tion that ho ha learned that the Ilrit-
lsh men-of-war In Australian waters
havo been ordered to Honolulu and at
least ono of them Is expected to arrive
within five days. There Is no doubt
that Ilritlsh marines will be land-
ed at tho Hnwnllnn capital "to protect
Ilritlsh Interests." It Is acknowledged
here that Hawaii as a 8"p.iralc Inde-
pendent power ho ceased to exist It
never can return ngaln to a monarch-
ical government and tho friends of the
Islands feel great apprehension a to
the result of tho mission of tho commis-
sioners. Many of them say the out-
coma cannot be anything but bloodshed
unless tho United State act promptly.
"Tho question of Hawaiian annexa-
tion is tlio most important ono that has
ever come beforo mo since I have bcn
a senator of the United States." This
Is the way Senator Morgan of Alabimn
characterizes tho presont situation.
Senator Morgan's opinion Is most valu-
able because ho will bo chad man of
tho next foreign committee and will
have charge ot the question of nnnevt
tlon if It Is not settled before that t .
Senator Morgan has had a pcculls op-
portunity to understand Hav. I . 1
nflalrs. lie sees what Is ahead and 1 1
this Is a crisis not only In the uffalr of
Hawaii but of titc United States.
Dr. Mott Smith tho minister from
Hawaii Is tn u peculiar position. He
represents tho queen and therefore can-
not tako part In tho deliberation with
the secretary of state In regard to the
question ot annexation. He however.
Is n personal friend of all the commis-
sioners aud on their arrival nt Wash-
ington will introduce them to tho sec-
rotary of state. Dr. Smith ha been
Informed that a messenger came on tho
Claudlaj the vessel on which tho com-
missioners arrived who will bring him
a protest from the queen. As her rep-
resentative tn the United State it will
bo his duty to present this to our gov-
ernment A cabinet officer In talking about
this said that the first tiling neces-
sary for tho United States to do wan to
discover with whom we aro negotiat-
ing. Tho United State cannot annex
itself and It seem from all outward
appearances that It wa through the
tntlucnco of the United States marines
that the revolution wa successfully
accomplished. Wo ore already In pos-
session and could not negotiate with
ourselves for annexation.
Sam Fraxcisco Jan. 81. Tho Ha-
waiian situation which was compli-
cated by the arrival of tho commission
from the revolutionary government
seeking annexation to the United
Stntcs has been still further compli
cated by the proclamation ot the de-
posed queen Issued just before the
commission left In which she places
United Slatr Minister Stevens in the
light of aiding and absttlng revolution.
In It she said:
I. LtlluoUalanl by rraco ot Qui awl ucdrr
tbe conslliulloa ot the lUwallaa kingdom.
qnrtn. do hereby solematr protest atalnu soy
tlonal g jve rumen t ot the Hawaiian klncJoia br
certain prrm claiming tobaveetkibllrheda
pra sloaal government lor thu kingdom. I
yirlU to la. supsrlor force of lb. United State.
of America whoc tnlnUVr plenipotentiary.
Ms excolloney Joba L. Stevens bis caiord
United Smtes troops to be landed at Honolulu
and declared tbvt b. would .epport tbe
said government Now to avoid a-iv eollUloa
of arrow) f rrw. and perhip loss of life I rn
tcrlnt protest ana lmpcuetl by .via ferec
yield my authority until nucb time as tho gov
ernment of tbe United Slate ihtl!. upon fact.
belnz prrsefllM to It. moo the sets of lu rrp.
resentatlre sad relnatale m la the authority
wbl h I claim as the constitutional sovereign of
tbe Hawaiian IslatiJ.
Dono at Honolulu this 17lh day ot Janutrr.
A. D 18)1
The proclamation was called forth
by the following:
To S II. Dole an 1 others composing tbe pro-
visional government ot Ibe Hawaii!:
A provisional gorernmsut bavin; been duly
constituted in place ot tbe recent gaverrmcut
of LlltuoUalant queen and the catd prorhtonil
government being In full posscsslou of the gov-
ernment buildings orohlTM ant treasury and
In control ot tbe rapltol of Ibe Hawaiian lal
anda I hereby rccornlio said provlilonat gov
ornment ns the do facto government of the
Hawaiian Islands Join L Stkvcxs
Envoy cxiKurtlaary ant minister ptcnlpoten
llary of the Untied Stales.
GIICAT nillTAIX TO ACT.
WAeuiNOTosr Jan. 31. Tho Ilritlsh
government has Instructed Sir Julian
Pauncofotc Its minister here to pro
test ngalnst the action of tlio United
States officials and forces In Hawaii.
TWENTY THOUSAND STRONG.
Tlia Army or Itootnr Airnltlnc liveiita nn
the Cherokee Mrlp Hurtle-.
Auicanmas Citv Kan. Jan. 81. Tho
Cherokeo boomers are now rousting on
nil sides of tho Cherokee strip awaiting
tho action ot the present congress on
tho preaont proposition of the Chero-
kees tn sell tho land to tho government
Maj Uordon W. Mllle "Pawnee
Hill" declares that there aro nt least
3000 located within a radius of 10 miles
surrounding Arkansas City nnd he nlso
believes there nre at present 30000
boomers waiting on the bonier of tho
Cherokee strip for congress to tako
Pawuco IUU's proposition to lease tho
strip la case It Tk not opened for settle-
ment for funning purposes was not re-
ceived with approval.
"Wo will settle it ourselves' sold
Chief Harris" aud then sublet to the
The lloaili Carried.
Kansas Crrr. Mo. Jan 31. A tele-
gram from MarrUonvllle lu Cass
county says that tho proposition to
compromise tho celebrated bond case
on rt basis ot 70 per cent as suggested
by Judgo Philips carried by pop-
ular vote thcro Saturday. It is ex-
pected that the three Judge w'o were
paroled from jail In Kansas City tu
look nftor the election will return to-
morrow and mako it report to Judge
Philips and It the bond holders accept
the proposltlcn the case will be ended
nnd tho churgo of contempt agnlnst tho
three judges will bo dismissed.
1'oUii nl IU I'hllilra .
MbmI'ihs Teun. Jan. 61. This morn-
ing Fred Schiuumi a cigar dealer poi-
soned his two children Lottlo nnd
Frederick aged respectively 13 und H
year und thuu UuW poison himself.
The children nro dead und Bchuumu U
Another lit It w
KAX8AU Citv Jla Jan. St. Another
Wg row broke out In the ranks of the
Third regiment uatlonal guards las
night this time over tho carnival weal;
celebrations CoL Irwin wa openly
(Wlrt ami wtat avvajr yylt)i pia f0ei
m! Jj-rtilnif eye" r
Snmmnry of the Week'. Proceedings of
Hie Senate nnd House.
NrmiF.nta6asa of congress transacted soy
business on tho 21th. tloth houses adjourned
soon aflerneuillri; on account of the death
ot Justice Lamar of the supreme court
Tut aeaslon of tbe senate on tho 1Mb was de-
void of Interest beln mostly of a r tine char-
acter. A bill to admit Utah a. 5 state was in-
troduced. Alonf eiecutHa session wa held
at which lbs uomlnitlon of Judgo MeComas as
one of the J nlges of the suprrmo court of tbe
District ot Columbia was confirmed by a vote
f 33 toll. ..In tho bouse filibustering against
the bankruptcy bill wa. Inaugurated by Mr.
Kllroro ana continued until on adjournment
Tun antl-optfon bill was discussed In tho ten-
ate on tbe Mth with but few senators proent
Srnatoi. Mill and Hlsrock spoke la opposition
to the measure. Mr. Vest apoko against a bill
tbst wa attempted to be passed creating 1
committee on liquor traffle Tbe arsslon of
tbe house was devoid of any publio Interest
The aundry civil bill was granted the tUht of
wav. and while few obstruction .. seed
upon the track nonoof them proved dlin.oua
nnd tbe bill made fair progress.
Soox after tUs rcnate met on the ffth Mr
Hale announced the death of Jirae. a. Illalno
and la doing so .soke feelingly of tho llfo and
public services of deceased at tho conclusion of
which as a testimony of respect tbe senate ad-
journed ...The tioalh ot ex-Speaker Ulatne
brought the business of the house to a sudden
termination. A few comml'te.. reports- were
made and then after a brtc and affeeUng
sp-eeh by Mr. Mlllfken who represents Mr.
Maine's old dlfrlct end Mr Helman who
served many yrars with blm In congress the
house out ot respect to tho memory of the
ded stitestnan. adjourned.
lu the senate on the !th Mr. Camden of
Wet Virginia was .worn lu as the rueceasor
of Senator lCenna. Tho army appropriation
VI .rc.tctan1 placed on tbe mlcnCar
lb re nalnder r the day was spent tn execu-
k'tl -rssiou t the close ot which thesoaote
.j scd un'L S c 'e.lc Monda7 ...lleyond
.as"n of resolu 'on. looking to tho In-
' ugatton of the P-.oama canal .caudal and
the t.:ky trust tho proeccdHrs of the house
were devoid of Interest Tbe auudrydvil bill
mads slow procress. Its consideration gavo
rise to considerable debate. It wa ordered
that when tho bouse adjourn It bo until (o'clock
Monday that members may attend tbe funeral
of Mr lllalns Aftev pajtnx tribute to tbe late
mr. niacKuouse 01 iMuia Carolina tae nouse
1) UT little wa dune In the senate on the 31th.
It being n ees-ion tmt n abort time. Mr.
Chandler Intro-lucol a concurrent resolution
hat the nrerldenl bo reaucsteil to enter into
negotiations with tho provisional government
of Hawaii for the annexation of the ieland to
the United States Mr. White objected end
tho resolution went ever. Thoccuate soon ad-
journed The brief n.unlon of the Louse was
uninteresting The sundry ctvlt bill was fur-
ther considered but not disposed ot The sen-
ate bill reforrln? to the court ot claim tho
claim of Un Jessie Denton Fremont to certain
lands In Han I'ranelaeo parsed. A committee
to Investigate the Panama canal acandal was
appointed and the bouae adjourned.
TRIALS OF A BORROWER.
Improvidence lUliaked nt Loan OOlee
W here Cash Is "Lent the unie Day."
A gentleman suffering from financial I
dlillllty went to a loan office to nego-
tiate a borrow upon his furniture. In
the advertisement It stated that tho
money would bo lent tho same day by a
Choctaw lady without removal and
upon tho note of hand of tho borrower
all this looked pretty flno In print
"I'tb got ten thousand dollar worth
of personal property" said tho would-
be borrower "and I havo to meet a
wash bill of threo dollars and a half
coming duo to-morrow noon. Can I get
lined out hero so as to be In a position
to meet tho collector without a blush?"
Tho manager ot the loan office was
Btrangcly silent The woutd-be bor-
rower become nervou nud thought ho
hadn't said the speech right and so he
began over again In this style:
"I am a person of poorbuthonestpi-
rentage temporarily embarrassed I
need the sum of three dollars and a half
to meet an unjust liability."
Still there w-as no unswer. Then the
borrower walked Into tho outsldo room
and snld to the office boy:
"What's tho matter with the man-
ager? Cun't he talk?"
"I guess It's because you haven't paid
tho entrance fee. No person is a mem-
ber of this loin society until he has put
up one dollar."
The borrower apologized and depos-
ited' the money. Nest ho repaired to
the mangager and repeated his original
"Wo charge ono dollar more for book-
age" said the manager.
"That's nono of your business. One
IIo paid tho money and tho manager
wrote down something In a bootc
"Now give mo two dollars to Inspect
Tlio borrower gave hlra tho money.
"Now call hero next year at two
o'clock In the afternoon and get our
"Hut tho money Is duo to-morrow."
"Can't help It Put 'em off."
"Hut you can't put poonje llko that
off. There are jomo follows that won't
The manager smt'edn superior smile.
"Oh no there aren't" he said. "You'll
know a little more about waiting when
you get through with us"
The borrower left the office reluctant-
ly and returned tho following year nt
two o'clock. Than tho manager told
him somewhat sternly that ho couldn't
loan money on that furniture because
it had got too old. In vain the borrower
represented that It was now when hU
claim was filed. The manager ended
tho Interview by charging him ono dol-
lar and twenty-five cents storage on tho
"papers in the cose" and then tho jan-
itor threw him out This ended tho
whole transaction. N. Y. Herald.
A Woulerful Mructare.
"Now this house" said tho natlvo of
Allegheny county Pa. pointing nut a
log cabin to the stranger "Is the most
wonderful structure of Its kind In All
"What's wondcrfnl nbout It?"
"It's tho only log cabin west of the
Alleghany mountains that Washington
hasn't slept In." Puck.
LONDON AND PARIS.
Statistics in London show that In
that city tho consumption of gas is
steadily increasing notwithstanding
tho more general adoption of clectrio
lx sunnier at Paris tho Seine delivers
to tho two parts of tho brldgoPont-
Ncuf ubout a hundred cublo Inches of
water every second moving with a
forco ot threo thousand Uro hundred
horso-power. Every hour threo hundred
nnd sixty thousand cublo metres of wa-
icr pass under the aruhoa of the trldge
or olght million six hundred nnd forty
thousand cublo metres In u day.
Sous ot tho startsinovo with t velocity
ot nearly fifty miles a second.
Abtrokqubiu claim that there nre
17500000 comets in tho solar system
Tuk strongest telescope brings tho
moon to nn apparent dlstauce Of 100
Tub comet medal ot tho Astronomi-
cal academy ot tho Pacific coast has
been awarded to Edwin Hoi os
London En?. for his dlofry t tla
uisazp4 eoiMi w ?fof
BLAINE AT REST.
Dentb of tho Ex-Soorotary In Wash-
ington. Eorronmleit Ttjr Ills ramify the American
statesman Close Ills Career Penoefatly
and Without Paln-Hketch of 111
Llfo nml Vervlee.
Wasihsotox Jan. 28. After a hard
nnd 'bitter struggle In which ha was
aided by all the remedies known to
medical science James O. Illalno nt 11
o'clock yesterday morning at last suc-
cumbed to a dread disease and passed
peacefully Into his eternal rest Ono
more name has been added to the list
of tho nation's dead and onco more
tho vnoaght.1 of tho people nro turned
toward tho man who ns tho "Plumed
Knight" was such an object of devo-
tion. Tor years he stood In tho very
first rank ot the men In this great land
and few men have ever wielded such
a potent Influence. IIo was ono whom
blii party delighted to honor and whrwo
JAMES a. BLAIXK.
oi-d was law with his followers. With
the exception of the presidential chair
ho achieved every form ot success possi-
ble to a free country. Un began at the
bottom of tho ladder of fame. Ho rose
to the top and with his death there
passe nwuy ono of the foremost figures
In the history of tho republic.
Mr. Illatno's death at last camo pain-
less and qulet.but not without premoni-
tion. Tho attending physicians have
said repeatedly In the later days slDce
hope of recovery was abandoned that
when the end camo It would probably
occur with at least two or three hours
warning. This ono announcement at
least among many perplexing and con-
tradictory statements has been verified
by facts. The approach of death was
evident to the family two hours beforo
its actual occurrence. It was between
8 undo o'clock yesterday morning when
the tlrst dangerous symptoms wero ob
served. The family had taken thetr
breakfast and the trained nurse Mrs
Price had gone down for her break-
fast leaving tho patient temporarily
alone. James O. lllalde Jr.. had
on his hat and coat preparatory to start-
ing off for his day's duties In the ofUca
of the Pennsylvania railroad company
wncre no it employed wlien uls mother
suggested to him that It would be
ter to wait till tho nurse camo up.
promptly acquiesced. Mr. Illalne
passed a restless night and had been
pronounced "no worse" even by his
All Epitome or Ills Ufa.
1S3J James O Dlalno waa bora la West
Urowassllte Washington county Pa Janu-
I8ir Graduated from Washington college. In
bis native county with honor.
last Instructor In literature and science la
the Pennsylvania Institution for the Ullnd In
IHI-Itemoved to Augusta. Me. and became
editor and half proprietor ot the Itenn.bco
ISe-Klected n delegate to the drat republican
national convention which nominator Oea
Fremont for the presidency
ISM-Elected to the state legislature aervlng
four S3cce!re term la that body two of
which as lu speaker
IK3 Elected to congress wnert tn one Imnoh
or tho other he served for eighteen years.
ISO IJegan to take a oromlnent part In the
work ot reconstructing the confederate. tales.
IS47- Opposed that section ot the reconstruo
tlon bill placing the south tanter military gov-
ernment and was Unallr successful In de-
feating tbe obnoxious clause. He also de-
livered a powerful speech ajalnst the doe-
trine of paying off Ibe government debt In
lECS-Choscn speaker of the house of represen-
tatives aud wua reelected speaker by the'
next two congresses
184 The dtmocrata having gained control of
tbe boas:. Mr. Ulalne became tbe leader of
I8C The most prominent candldatofor tbe
presidential nomination. On June 11 tbe
Sunday before tbe convention was prostrated
by the beat when entering btschu'eh. At
tho convention he only lacked twei lyelgbt
votes ot a may il:y t.c-eary tone ml note him
but wn defeated by the ronx:datlon of hi.
opponents. Wa appointed to tho United
state senate to nil unexpired term caused
by realgnalton of Seuator Morrill
IS) Again a prominent candidate for tbe
presidential nomination. When OarBeld waa
elected he was offered and accepted the state
Isol Kettrcd from the cabinet December 19
after Inaugurating several measures which
were calculated to accrue to ihebenelltof tbe
lr&!-Degan to write hi historical work en-
titled "Twenty Year of Congress" on which
he labored four seo.ru.
1881 Nominated for the presidency but was
defeated at the polls and retired to hi home
Id Augusta an1 continued writing hU book.
ISM Went to Europe la !Kr health and bad
an attack uf lllnea. whllo In Florence. Bent
two latter from Iluropo saving he would not
be a candidate under any clrcumsuncns. He
returned In the fall nnd delivered several
speeches In favor of den. Harrison's candi-
dacy. ItStf Appointed secretary ot stato and began to
Interval himself Immediately In the IWhrinr.
eu and fisheries question wliuUreat llrittln
and other International affairs.
IftM Formulated k reciprocity Ideas which
were Imorroratc Wn tho tariff act this rear
IWJ Itcalgned as secretary of state In June
ana .pens in- summer as uar xisroor ie
OctoU r he made a speech atCoutr farnos
hla way to Waablngtou whero ho has since
IKtt-DIed II a. m. January tt.
A' ArnniiniJt 'Hint Was Klpected.
Chicago Jan. 2S. Not much surprise
ts exhibited In railroad circles on ac-
count of the reports from New York
concerning the completion ot a close
traffic urrnngement between tho Penn-
sylvania road nnd tho Burlington. The
relations ot tnesu two systems have
beeu very close for years nnd tho ex-
change of business botween them has
been very large.
In n dyuamlto works at Mactlory
Ala. an axploa'ou occurred which
wrecked tha building and killed two
men blotting then tofiagtuuuis.
THE SCULPTOH'3 AHT.
AccoGDDiq.to the latest estimates tho
Kaiser WUholm inonatnent ju Ucrlln
will cost ts1QOO000.
WH.UA.M LtOYD Oakhison's statue la
'irouzo of colossal tUu will Ikj unveiled
.at Ncwburyport next I'o.trlli of July
11ish(Ji Do ASK is to havo a corvol
wood throiiu in tho jcatksHlral at Al-
bauy ItUlhglftof Mf. J V. I.
rniyB waa -i sum 10 m tne nns
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THE LAST ftlTES.
funeral of Hon. .TattiM U. Main. n4 WsmsV
Ington Tlis service fttmpt. Mtri Very
Impressive lld to Meat In 0ti MM
WAsnisoTOX Jan. 81. Every effort
was made to comply with the expressed
desires ot tho family ot tho late ex-cjea-retnry
James O. Illalno for a private
funeral bU vast publio lnterost swept
over the barriers imposed and made thw
luneraioneot tho most Impressive o
publld demonstrations In honor of the
The parlor on the second floor whero
tho body lay In Its cedar casket closely
scaled was fairly embowered with flo
The casket Itself rested on a huge bed
of roses violets palm leaves and ferns
about 0 feet long by i fee' wide sent
by Mrs. Emmons Blaine tie flowers ar-
tistically giving the jbuaVit of
colors und design of an iV' . rut
A large ship ot state 'um f Cs
Knlghta of lleciproclty naiHm f t
and around tho pedestals onwhleHtl
coflln rested and upon the coffin itself;
was a wreath ot orchids and
roses from President Harrlsoc. A.
wreath of white roses from Mrs. Zach
Chandler a garland of violets front
Mrs. Eugene llalfl (which was placed cm
tho casket) wreath of violets nnd whit
orchids from Mrs. It R. Hltt an Im-
mense wreath of whlto flowers with
Img streamers from the diplomatic
corps 0 cross of ivy leaves and violets
from Mrs. Henry Cnbot Lodge.n wreath
of lilies of tho valley nnd palm leaves
from Sirs. Whlteluw Held and saga
palms aud violets from Secretary Tracy
wero among tho most conspicuous floral
Tho parlor not at any time a very
commodious one was far too small for
tho distinguished mourners who by
invitation sought access to It The
president entered accompanied by Mrs.
McICce and Private Secretary llalford
and Lieut Parker. The vlco president
was accompanied by Mrs. and Miss Mor-
ton. Then came tho members of the cab-
inet Secre tary of State Foster.Sccrctary
of tho Treasury Foster and family
Secretary Elkins and family Secretary
Tracy and family Postmaster-General
Wanamaker and family Attorney-General
Miller and family Secretary Busk
and family; tho chief Justice of the
United States just arrlvci from the
funeral of the lato Associate Justice
Lamar accompanied by Mrs. and Miss
Fuller and many others.
The family grouped about tho casket
wero J.I10 widow her daughter Mrs.
Darnrosch Miss Illalne James O Hlalne
Mrs. Emmons Illalne Miss Abigail
Dodgo (Oall Hamilton) It O. Blaine
brother of tho dead man and his wife
and daughter; Hampton Dcnman of
Missouri cousin of Mr. Illalne; Frank
Henry Horace and Angustus Stand-
wood and Walter Stlnson and W. IL
Hatch all nephews of tin deceased1
Tha family was followed by Kev. Dr.
Hamlin ot the Church of the Covenant
who standing beside tho casket in a
low .tone delivered tha Prcsbvtcriua
jsejIceJorUiei" departed. As ho dhl w
by His power turn iifo '
only Hut the llfo ot immortality
might be begun. He beseecked the
Almighty thnt comfort might come to
every member of the stricken household.
The casket was thon closed and borno
to the hearse. Solemnly nnd In sllciico
tho family and the mourning guests
left the house which had been so fre-
quently invaded by tho angel of death
and the procession wended its way
slowly to tho church.
In the tlrst currlago was Iter. Dr.
Ilamllu the officiating clergyman.
Then came the pall-bcayers: Senators
iiaionnu iirye 01 Jiainc. and .Morgan
of Alabuma; ex-Speaker Heed ot Maine;
Representatives Ituutcllc of Maine;
Ilitt of Illinois (formerly Mr. Blnine'a
assistant tccrctnryof state) and Ding-
ham of Pennsylvania in whlob state
Mr. Illalno was born; Gen. ThosssS
Riving of Ohio; John Kuy (ex- lisistsvsst
secretary ot state) Joseph II. Mtmle.f
of Augusta Ma; A L. Jenkins nnd 1
V. It Ely. Afterwards there followed
the immediate family ot tho deceased
Mrs. Illalne Miss Ilattle' Hit no and
James O. lllnlue Jr. in the fin t
The relatives nud pall heart 'S occst-
plcd tho first eight rows of sea. s lu that
main islo aisle of the church. Uehlasf
then wcro seated the prcsid)
president cabinet officers.
Crisp members ot tho snpreij
He MJSlMana JUjy& slow 'dirjrti .'IPhu
had rPorretunSSf hai.lrs to to-ftJiat
vj It !
With their families Ilarou la
of the diplomatic corps; Si)
Pauncefoto Ilritlsh minister
Russian minister. Prince Cone)
representatives ot tha French
and Spanish legations ami nej
tho ministers from Sou It anil
America as well as many senai
representatives in addition to
At 13:S0 o'clock tho solcrni
music nnnounced tho arrival of.
ncral party at tho door of tho ;
As tho head of the procession '
up the aisle Walter Darnrosch who was
at the organ played an improvisation
made un of several themes .of hymufc.
which M Illalne loved. AU rose oi
remained standing as tho funeral parts;
moved down the aisle.
When all were seated tho deep peals
ot tho organ ceased aud Dr. Ilumllo
from his place in the pulpit began the
church services with tho reading ot se-
lections from the. ncriptures. Prayer
waMhen offered up by the doctor.
At the close ot tho prayer the funeral
iiroceaslou oncu more formed and tha
body was conveyed to Ouk Hill ceuto-
tery and there laid to rest
sir. Illulne'. Will.
Waiiusotos Jan St. The wilt ot
Mr. Illalno will be- probated. In Au-
gusta Me which was his legal residence-
The disposition Jw makes of
his property is characteristic ot the con-
fidence he always reposed lu hb wifa
und whluh wan such u notlceablofe"
turo of tho family relation. Every-
thing Is loft Unreservedly to Mrs.
Illalne; sho is to be nolo executrix anil
is not to bo required torsive any bond.
Mr. lllaine'tt cstato will amount to
about tSCO.OJO. Tin will was executed
several weeks since nt abmt tha tirau
Mr. Illalno was selrecl with tlw tn-siHr
rlous attack o( heart failure. W
An lus.mi. Han' Mght llai
Wabash Iml Jan. 3L A taa
late last'hlght riin down. ad lekwl up
by a band-car crew oa the Vsssbujh
ratlrowl wr thk tty Il prol t
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Marrs, D. M. The Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 22, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 2, 1893, newspaper, February 2, 1893; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc71266/m1/1/: accessed May 19, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.