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FLAGSTAFF, A1UZONA TERIUTORY, SATLTRtfAit, JUNE 13, 189L
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Tho Oldest Dank In Northern Arizona.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits,
Collections a Specially.
IWcrt nees-W. II. fcHront;. IVajidcnt A T. .Is
H. 1'. llailroad Cuniiutn), Mils Viilnwriht,
.Managing Director Arizoui I'aUlo lumimny,
l3t.lx3uia.llo.; lliiuk oJ I'alUuruIa, fcau iran-ci-co.
Your Banking Business Solicited.
J. It. H03KISS. Jr.. Cwliler.
W. L. VAN HORN,
A TIOItNtY AT LAW.
IX. I'lHgstnft, Arizona.
DR. J. M. MARSHALL,
TMJNTIsT-OKFU'K ONK 1)0011 WEST OV
VJ the lioilollico. TectU
win. Mngstatl, Arizona.
W. 0. BTEWAItr. ED. M. UOK.
STEWART & DOE,
ATTOltNUYd AT LW Ol'KIUK, TWO
doors west of tlia Dank hotel. FlaRttatl,
DR. D. J. BRANNEN,
PHYSICIAN AND flUUOEON. FLAGSTAFF,
ArizonaWill rosnond promptlr lo all calls
rrom any point on tho Atlantic A I'aclho rati,
road. Hl.i ! .tnr tnr" oppowitit the df put.
PHYSICIAN AND KUllOKON-OFFICE IN
Dapns' bnlldlnjr. 1'la.iMalT Arizona. Will
answer calls on tho A iV 1. It. It.
E. M. SAN FORD,
ATTORNEY AT LVW. I'ltKbCOTT, Alii
zona. ill practico In all tho courts ot ilia
All the FasMonaole anil Latest Styles
MADE TO ORDER.
A GOOD FIT GUARANTEED.
FINE ASSORTMENT OF
TWEEDS AND. CORKSCREWS.
A SELECT LINE OF
ALWAYS ON HftND.
J. W. Claek, 0. J. Eaktmax.
President. Bec'y and iJ nnaucr.
AairniCAS National IIakx, 'Ircasarcr.
Authorized Capital, $5,000,000.
Subscribed Capital, 34,500,000
YlantafT Lncal Officers:-1. J. Hranncn,
rrnlilenu V. W. blM.n, Vieo Tresident; ( M.
FunU, Uecretarj; J. JI. llosklns, Jr.,Trens
nreri W. L. Van Horn. Attorney.
Atlantic & Pacific R.R. Go.
.TIME TABLE NO. 31.
Sunday, Apr.l 20, 1801.
1 ill JjUii,
r STATION! 1
KoINo.l. No 1 1 N. 1 .
"lliin 3(kil Albuijnerquo ar U'Junl 3Wa
lUht USOa CooIIcIko OSOplOMp
8 11a 1018a Winnato OlOp 1UI0
8IV.1UKM (iallap 521p 930p
10 JM 10.'p Navajo Uprlngs 3fp 7 9lp
1117a 21'p Jlidbno'c 127p OCkll,
llOp 13)p V;inlonr UlOii 4C0p
S5p 7 21p KIliKntair 8Wn 2 30p
JJIl'.(i!5' Williams 7tti 1215p
7MpUS5!i I'rescott Junction 1 13 10 15a
p 5p 2Cfti l'vnrli bprlug 2 00a 8 2.5a
113lp 110 Kluemin HSlo 010a
155a 8 03a Tlin Needles 8 ll'n 3 10a
I IS 11? Fenner 0 32a 131a
SWaliSOp llngdad 4 10iU20u
8 Ma 3W!p Denott 1 (Ha 3 27p
tllSa ItOp llarstow !2S0p 8O0p
710par Mojivn lT ytm
Vr '"I"' . r, W. A. III31ILL.
Gcncrul Agent, Otti'l I'atseiigvr AgU,
Albngnerque. N. M.
AlbnnueKino A.T. A. S. 1". 11.11., for alt points
cunt and south.
I'rescott Junction Prceeolt iV Arizona II tl.
war for Fort Wlilpplo and I'rescott.
liarslow California r'oothe'rn llfillwny for Los
, Angeles. San Diego and other southern Ciillfor.
Mojate Sonlliorn I'nclfio ft. Ban Francisco,
cacramentnnud Northern Cntlfornla points.
I'ULLMAN 1'ALACK HLhUl'l.NU OA1W.
No change Is mado by Bleeping I'ar Fawcngers
etween fan Francisco end Kansas City, or tian
Diego and Ixs Angelrs nnd Chicaao.
Uhe Grand Canon of the Colorado, hitherto In.
accersable to tonrlnts can bo reached by takintr
this line rla l'eacli Hprings, and a etage rldo
from tbenro of bnt twenty.three miles. 'lhi
tans on is the grandest and most wonderfnl of
nature s works.
Stop at Flagstaff and hunt d r, boar and wild
tarKAT In the tnnn(ftt.nf nln. fn.oat ;. tf.A
Han rrnocijcp monntalns. or visit tho ancient I
'" U WT ouu V'i1 VITOUW
THE EAUTH TItEMELDD.
ITALY VISITED BY REPEATED
SHOCKS OK EARTHQUAKE.
falling Wnlls Cauio a Tnnlo lu Many
l'lnret Nearly tlio 'Wliolo of
Nortliom Italy AITootod by
tho Anful blulcksi
Gut'ttiqualco SliocUs lit Ital)'.
Rome, Juno 0. Lombardy, A'enotla nnd
part of Tuscany wcro Visited Jwtorilay
morning by repeated earthquake shocks.
Tho worst shocks occurred about twb
o'clock In tho morning. Shocks er6 folt
In Vcnlco nnd In Milan. Tho center of
tho disturbauco was at Yorona. A sub
torrancan nolso was hoard llko tho roar ol
artillery, which was followod by thrco
strong shocks. Tho Inhabitants rushed
into tho streets in terror.
At Marlcnelgothreo persons wcro killed,
Bud at Lnbndla, Cnlvcna, seventeen wcro
badly Injured by falling bouses and chim
neys. At tho latter plneo another shock
was folt nt (I O'clock In tho morning and
much additional damage was dono. Tho
movements wcro undulating ill character,
and wcro moro of less over thu wholo of
tho north of Italy.
VmrllliiK Grim I'm Monument.
Galena, Juno 5. Tho town which sent
to tho front tho grontest (rdlcral
of tho lato civil war, II hot tho greatest of
modern time:), was In gala attiro to-day
In honor of her illutrlou? citizen. Through
the liberality of ono of tho town's former
citizens nnd at tho suggestion of another,
both now residents ot Clilcogo, tl bronzo
statuo to U. S( Grntil Wits unveiled and a
new parlt, bearing hts name, in tho center
of thcclty was inaugurated to-day". Tho
atatuoisthogft.QMK. II. ICohlsaat, nnd
tho park, a tract ofs"lx acres trom whlch
the buildings which formorly dcctirlletrft
havo been removed, Is tho oUtgrOwth of n
suggestion by JamcS V. Scott. Tho
statuo Is eight feet in height, nud stands
upon a grnnito pedestal ton foot high. It
represents tho old commander standing
bareheaded nnd with hU military boat
unbuttoned nud thrown buck.
Throngs of people witnessod tho Impres
slvo ceremony. Governor Hord, of Wis
consin, In tendering tho momorl.il of Con
oral Grant to tho citUcns t)f Galena, paid
glowing trlbuto 10 tho douor, Mr. 11. II.
Kohlsaat, ot Chicago, as "a mau whoso
soul dcllghtoth iu goodly deeds."
"No narrow local horizon," ho con
tinued, "confines tho slgnlflcanco of this
event. Speak tho namo of Grant nnd wo
are ''a touch with tho heart of Hit) nation."
Tho address of tho day was mado by
Chauticoy M. Uepow. In his peroration
Mr. Dcrwtvsald: "Through tho verses of
great poets runs a familiar strain, through
tho works of great composers an oft re
peated tuno, and through tho spoct'hes of
great orators n recurring nnd Character
istic thought. Thcsrt nM tho germs which
exhibit tho moving forces of their minds.
During tho War: 'I propose to tnovo Im
mediately upon your works.' 'Uncondi
tional sut render. 'I shall tako no back
ward step.' 'I proposo to light it out on
this 11 uo if it takes oil summer,' nro tho
beacon lights of tho plans and strategy of
Grant tho soldier. At Appomattox, Tho
war is over,' 'tho rebels nro our country
men again,' at tho threshold of tho
presidency, 'Let us havo peace;' ou his
bed of agony and death at Mount MtGro:
gor, when his power of speech was gone,
writing to n Confcdcralo gonoral by his
bedside, 'Much as I suffer, I do It with
ploaauro, If by that suffering can bo ac
complished tho union of my country,' aro
tho indices of tho labors, tho aspirations
and tho prnycrof Grant tho statesman nud
During tho afternoon many of tho visit
ors to tho city mado pilgrimages to tho old
bouso occupied by tho general beforo the
war to tho storo from which ho was sum
moned by thcnatlon and to tho houso sub
sequently presontcd to him by his admir
ing fellow cltlzons.
I1EATII AtSU DK&TKUCTION,
Texas Floods Urine Great I.om nt Mfo
Gainesville, Tex., Juno 5. Red river
is on tho rampago and inrofinatlott Wmos
from ubovo that since J-tfsWruaJ.1 tho
stream has carried death nnd destruction
iu its path.
Tho rlso was very rapid nnd unoxpectod
and many pcopl.o barely ojcaped with
their lives, No domago has occurred on
IhU sldo of tho rlvor, but on tha othflrsldo
farms nro overflowed httd destroyed. All
communication with jbo Indian Territory
by rail naa been cut oft nnd It will bo
sovoral days boforo tho damao t'm bo ro
paired. General Purollntondont Irvino,
and Division Superintendent Downs aro
bntK lioro nnd repairing will begin as
quick as posslblo.
Telophono messagos from DUrllngton
stato that tho rivet1 Is running wild on
both sides la that section, and destruction
to property has been fearful nnd somo
Washimjtox, dtlno 9. Colonel L. Polk,
president of tho National Farmers' Alll
atico, and Congressman Jerry Simpson
at o now In La Crosso, Wis,, at a conven
tion of tho different Industrial organiza
tions of that stato. President Polk says:
"Every stato In tho union will bo actively
canvassed by tho talent in tho Alliances
In tho way of speakers, lecturers and can
vassers, who will fully cxplt-.in tho objccU
of tho Alliance nnd what will bo asked In
tho way of stato and national logislntlon."
President Polk hns arranged, through his
forty stato Alllanta presidents, to have
mass meetings nt sovoral points in each ot
tho forty states during tho next four
months, with a vlow of accomplishing tho
greatest amount ot work iu tho shortest
An Overflow In tho Canadian.
Gainesville, Tex., Juno 8. An over
flow of tho Canadian river washed away
sovoral bundled foot of tho Santa Fo
track at nu early hour this morning eighty
miles north of Gainesvillo, and u freight
train loaded with cattlo ran into tho wash
out and several loads of stock woro
on For tho Arctic.
Denver, Juno 6. Lieutenant ScUmtka,
tho Arctlo explorer, arrived in this city
last night. Ho will meet cx-mlntstcr to
Mexico, F. B. Wing, hero and tho two will
leavo for tho Pacific coast from whence
theyvwlll start on their voyngo of explor
ation to tho Arctic regions.
Chicago, Juno 0. At midnight last night
1,201 German bakers went out an strike.
Thoy demand ten hours as a days' work,
weekly earnings to bo nouess ttiangiu nnd
steady work. There nro indication that
tho strlko '.rill extend W too -English
j speaking bakers,
tlOClBltS CllAlMJKU WITH MURDBl
A Human Blaughtor Houso In Ontahl,
and Its Victims.
Omaha, May 80. At 1:30 o'clock tblq
morning tho patrol wagon ladon with
officers quietly left tho pollco station nmj
drovo to tho rosldenco of Dr. J. A. W1I.
Hams, pf tho Omaha Medical Institute A
Hng nt Uio dbor Hell Wa5 answered by
Mrs. Williams. Doteetlvo Hazo nnd Ser
geant Ormsby statbd that thoy had como
to orrost Dr. WllllamS. Tho ofllccrs were
admitted arid tllo dtietdr wni immediately
lakcri illto custody. After leaving &,
Williams at tho station tho wagon drove
to tho Omaha Medical Instituto ou Ninth
street nnd placed Dr. Isaao Sinclair and
President A. T. McLaughlin under arrest.
All tho parties woro booked at tho sta
tion and charged with murder. Tho facta
In Tdbf tlary last Miss Isabolla Beaver,
n young lady living at" Plnttsmouth, Neb.,
was brought to Omaha to havo a criminal
oporatlon performod by tho faoulty of the
Instituto. Miss Boavor dlod at tho Insti
tuto ou tho second flay Bf her illnossfi
Fobruary 8. Dr. Sinclair sMgricd tllo dentil
bertlilcato. stating tho caso of doalh ai
thcamhasls emhallson. Tho remains wcro
taken to Pluttsmouth for burial. Last
ovcnlng Dctcetlvo Ilazo and Coroner Har
rlgan procured nn cnsrlno and mado a fly
ing trip to Plnttsmouth.
With tho aid of a couplo of laborers the
iflHtVb was Oricnod, Iho body taken out and
au investigation mado by Dr. Ilarrigan.
Tho investigation sbowod that Miss
Denver died from tho effects of a criminal
operation performed nt tho instituto by
tho doctors nnrncdi
It Is clalmod that tho Instituto people
told tho unfortunato woman that a crlmi
nnl operation was absolutely necessary to
savo bor life Upon that statement, which
sho believed to bo true, Miss Beaver con
sented to bo rjlat-cd under thH kHIfA Rlis
i)j5il 'rotn tho eflocU of th operation, iSi
on aciOJaU9lJB$ -eausts 'stated in tho
death certificate no Investigation was ever
When arrested Dr. Williams manifested
no surprise, going quietly with Iho bnicorS.
Drs Sinclair and McLaughlin wcro drag
ged from thoir bods and wero exceedingly
ioth to nccompany tho oflleett. NOhoOl
tho party wutild speak about tho caso and
were locked up without niaklug any ex
planation or defense.
Washington, Juno 5. Th0 Jilnll llrepar
cd by Asslslulit Be;retary Neltlbtoti for
restricting pauper immigration1 Into.thb
United BtateS aUbmilted lb thb President
and approved, wa3 to-day embodied In a
circular letter and sent to all tho steam
ship companies bringing emigrants to this
country, Tho circular, after ictiting tho
laws designed to rcgulato ImmlfraUon,
'ThO bVldenl disposition of many steam
ship lines, under tho pressure ot sharp
competition, to gather up in Uuropo and
bring to tho United States all who, with
or without tho nld of others, can pay tlm
now trilling cost of a stPcrmro wJngC;
regardless of their character or condition
null icgardlcss of our laws, compels
on thu part ot tbls government n
closer scrutiny and tho adoption of
moro comprehensive measures than havo
hitherto seemed necessary. Whilo It is the
purposoof tho government. to etiforen thdS9
statute In their lellcr and spirit at every
polht of tho United States and along tho
International boundaries, it is desired that
as little discomfort and distress as possl
blo result to persons affected by tho Immi
gration laws. With this vlow. It Is Impel''
taut that persons of tho prohibited Glasses
bo prevented from leaving their lldit.ti
and crossing IhO sea, duly to bo sent back
OU Ihclr arrival hero. It is wrong that
cither tho greed of somo steamship com
panies, tho mistaken kindness of friend'!
or tho wish of many foreign communltlcH
to bo rid of burdens properly their ow)l
should be permitted t") rfUll Iu this use
A lUlSlAMMDLl' riND.
Tha Bltelrtim (if art inlnlrinsri 1'ierocinctj 1
hAWitKNtfe, if as., Jtino d.-Pfoes'sbr rj.
W. WiUiston; professor it geology nnd
iJalcantolbBj- ill tU8 unlv8rsity returned
S'cslerday from Govo county, whoro ho has
been for two weeks past, securing speci
mens for tho natural history museum.
Near Monument Ilocks In tho Smoky rlvor
Valley ho found tho skeleton ot rt Jltci-O
dactyl, WhOsd skull measures thred feet IU
length, 'l'hls srieeimen Is tllo most cdm
ploto in cxistcuco uhd will nttt-nct InlitiU
iuterost from Haitcrtl and European stu
dent. Tho animal lived ages ngo and fed on
fishes. It was n sort of vertebrato with
wings, that strotchod twelvo feet from tin
to tip. It possessed no tecttt and US head
was abotlt liirco feet long and six Inches
wido. Tho bones aro hollow and of ex
Clinnncly M; ilepeiv Makes Ono ol Ills
Cincinnati, Juno 7. Piko's opera house
was Inst night filled to its utmost sco.tlng
and standing capacity, tho throng so
ciowtlcd that cntranco by doors wan Im
possible. For a full hour that crowd wai
spellbound, breathless under ult tinttloi)
by tho Hon. O. M. Dcpow ns tit) slloko oi
feeling and powor III bohnlf Of hlghoi
education. It Was tho event ot tin)
commencement oxorclscs of tho Cincinnati
university. Graduates of tho university
wcro near tho stage In small numbers-, bul
tho general publlo was there, too, en
.masse. No ono proscnt, young or old, will
over forget tho event. Fromilr3t ttr lusl
tho nddrcss wis In Mr. Dopow's sorloui
voin, with tho oxccptlon of an cptsodo al
Killed by u Train.
Chicago, Juno 7. An outbound fasl
pnsscngcr train on tho Chicago & North
western road last ovcnlng instantly killed
8-year-old Margarot Sherry and 5-ycar-old
Kosa Hlddlo, whilo two othor Httlo girls
escaped n similar fn'0 only hy n fow
Inches. Tho children wcro walking along
tho trnck In Evanston nnd becamo con
fused on seeing trains approaching from
Another I'oola'n Folly.
Mobehly, Mo., Juno 7. This morning
Miss Callic Newman, daughter of lion.
Henry Newman, of Huntsvillo, was shot
by n gun In tho hands of her cousin, a lad
of 15 years. Tho gun was not thought to
bo loaded. Tho ball lodged In her thigh,
making a painful wound.
MonenLV, Mo., Juno 7. W. B. Plant, ol
tho Boonvlllo Star was arrested yesterday
morning nnd sent back to BoonviUo on &
warrant charging him with taking Maggie
Klock, a girl under 18 yonrs, from her
homo for evil purposes. Plant has li tarn
Uy at Boonvlllo.
THE REALM Off liOODLE;
FULL EXPOSP OF TrE ARGEN
Inside Hlitory or the Embarrasjmenl
or Iho Ilnrlngd A Tnnlioo rill
Prumuior tlio Hero or
tlio thidy Doings.
The HnriiiR mllhrc.'
New Yoiik, Jbno 8. As soon ns tho col
Ihpso bf tho Baring Bros1. vns announced
tho New York World sett a staff corre
spondent to tho Argentine llcpubllo" to in
quire into tho investments which precipi
tated tho failure
Tho correspondent, after a thorough In
vestigation, mado a remarkable story
MiorVliig hbvr Chtfrles II. Sanford. n Yan
keo drummer for thb snlo of pills add
toilet preparations, first secured member
ship In tho American firm of S. B. Hulo
li Co. in Buenos Ayrcs, and after making
(1,000,003 by a single financial coup, went
to London and won tha confidence, of Lord
Kctfcis'tbk'd, head df tlio Marlih flrm, nnd
thence rcttirnidtr tb Argcfltlrio no iiivcstfd
several millions of Baring gbld lh doubtful
enterprises and securities.
The correspondent relates In detail tho
story of tho Investment of Baring gold by
Sanford. I irst ho was obliged to subsi
dize government officials to obtain tho
groat watbf rorks contract.
Nothing is concedod from Ibe jfoVorH;
ment In Argontlno without a prico, ns had
been described in tho correspondoueo, tho
officials, from tho president down to tho
Janitors In ho publlo office?, expect a con
sideration for their services in addition to
their regular stipend. Tho procuring ol
tho concessions was obtained, as was pre
viously mentioned, by Charles II. Sanford.
And a greater coup was never nccom
till'hcd In this dclloata carjltal whoro brlb.
Ofy", corruption nnd fraud thrive &i they
rarely do elsewhore. In onset. 19 secure
the great contracts Sanford was compellcJ
to bid high, and tho success that ho at
tained placed him ou a plnnaclo toward
tho apex of which tho leas' fortunoto Oper
ators bf thb speculative market gazed with
byfcs iraiialll Kith udmlrnilbtl.
Archbishop Ireland Indignant.
St. Paul, Minn., Juno 0. Since tho pub
lication ot hts interview a few days ago
regarding tho cable roports of tho petition
to tho popo for, tho i)lstr!etln of foreign
Immigrants' 111 America 6h haltobui lines',
Archbishop Ireland has many tejegrams
and letters of Indorsement of his views.
To-day lH arl Intortlcw with an Associated
Press correspondent, ho took up S;''ei'a,
points not heretofore touched and ex
pressed himself very freely and emphatic
ally. Tbo Archbishop Is at tho head of
tho Americall Catholics, opposed to for
blg'd luimIgi"ollon and ills' felfldfifJ Htti St
oven greater weight on that account.
"Tho whole proceeding," ho said, "Is an
Insult to American nationalism and reveals
tho fact that uncertain Europeans Imaglno
America to bo a sort of African Congo,
without ttumHomybJ llS bwHnbd incapable
of lifo without a constant application of
European galvanic batteries. Catholics
aro mortified that their religion is mndo
tbo occasion and the pretenso of this In
solent foreign lntormeddllng.
'Wg fan csv Ulcttirr' d further; citPn
Eton bf this foreign ambition t6 rnlo Cdtli
ollc officers in America. In a few years
tho ecclcscastlcal map of tho country would
show tho fingerings of every foreign
principality, wboio emigrants chooso to
totioh our nhortjs. Nw Orleans, wo lm
nglUcj wbuld shit Italy, ljtihemirt might Uo
satisfied jvlth .Chicago: .Detroit; as a hmtj
le'r bt cuhrsb, tvbtJld gb to Pus'ri ntid
Gncsen In Poland, etc etc. Possibly a
fow Sees, Jamestown, or Charleston,
would bo left to Americans.
n It Wo JLIUa Wrtfi , .
BAJr FnAKlistif, JliudS. A private loi
ter Just received from aa officer on tho
United States cruiser Charleston, do
scribes the warllko preparations on tho
cruiser nt tho time she entered Acapulco
harbdr whild brlticr- chose aiM tlto
Ullllian l&faii Itali. IHo ltJttEr sdys"
Iho CHarles'tori arFlVcd at Acapulco at 7:30
a. ni., May Iff. At 4 o'clock In tho morn
iHg shh elfeolliiteroii tlio Emcralda Tho
Charcstou was endeavoring to enter thS
harbor unseen, but tho Esmeralda
throw out her soach lights and
till hands on tho Charleston were called to
Keheral quarters nUd th ship was clearod
for actleii. The ctrJxV Wcfo Ut their sta
tions fdr thl-eo hplirS, rts ll wa4 SUppbsed
tlra Ititit wns 111 Ihd fln.'bUr mid livrytlltilif
was In readiness to tako her. Six and
eight Inch shells w ere piled on tho deck
nnd ovcry gun was loaded. Tho Esmeralda
followed tho Charleston Into harbor, but
tho latter left and resumed her chase ns
soon ns possible.
Cnptured by Tramps.
Columbus, Intl., Juno 8, As tho south
bound freight train on tho Loulsvillo di
vision of tho Pennsylvania lines was lcav
ln MlnllapDlls lllia iilolni!Jg; 11 wits'
boarded at tho Belt crossing by twenty
thrco tramps, who, when ordered off, over
powerod tho tratumen and ran tho train to
Tho ofllccrs horo wcro notified of this
situation by wire, uutl together with n
number ol assistants were; ot the depots
Vvhcli ItlD Ifaln arrived. Allcif maneuver"
Ing for somo timo tho tramps were routed
from tho car nnd nluo of them captured
and lodged in J nil,
fchot ilie heHiilz Irtdciilliri
NAhiiVil1.e. TeHrt June 8. ill Lamar
county, Ala., Mr. Jos0p"tt Crews mid his
family woro sotlnd asleep latd last night
when soma tiersori crept to tho-window
and fired ll full load of buckshot at tlio bow
ing machine, on which was a whlto cloth,
mistaking It for tho bed. This morning
Mr Crows followed tho tracks of tho man
to tho houso of ono StoChtoh, who had
been hoard to threaten Mr. Crows' llfo,
and had Stockton nrrostcd.
Arms Were I.andc'd.
Washington, Juno 0. Information has
been received in this city from Chill to
tho effect that tho Insurgent scboonor
Itata, beforo proceeding to Iqutquo from
Tocopllla, landed at tho lattor placo 5,000
rifles and a largo amount of supple3.
A font Famine.
Macon Citv, la , Juno 0. Tho strlko of
miners Is felt all ovsr tho northern part of
Iowa. Tho supply of coal is giving out and
largo factories will In many cases bo com
pelled to shutdown or redueo tho working
force. Tho railroads at many points find
tho supply about eihaustcd.
Sho Was Saved hy Her niblc.
RocnESTEn, N. Y., June 9. Thomas
Bellhouso, an Insurnnw agent committed
suicide last sight by Jumping into tho
canal. Tho last thing ho did boforo sui
ciding was to pawn Lis wife's blblo and
tako tho proceeds to pay up on insurance
ONI! AQAlltST THItKE.
Report of a tiesperatii Naval Ilattle svl
San Fbancisco', Juno t. Xdv'Icos I'd
iclVcd hco I rOm Chill describb' at naval
battio as having becurred in iho harbor ot
Valparaiso. Tho Magmianes" succeeded In
driving oft tho threo government Tcsjels'
nnd after sharp fight the government
cruisers rotlrcd to Valparaiso aud tho
Jlrtgallmfl., docldsd to stoam at onco to
TKoMagsJHanes nriderccri'crO darkness,
steamed up1 alougsidb ih'o Aldca1 and fired
n broadside which complotoly rlddlfe'd the
torpedo boat, dismounted nearly all m Iter
faplJ-flrlug gnus and killed nnd wounded
fully half her ctoff. ThO MagallanM
steamed quickly for tho Lyricll bit thrf
crew of tho latter wcro alert. Thoy re
turned tho Mngallanos' flro and attempted
to launch n torpodo but failed. Tho
bndoll l5d sleomed outsldo the Magal
lancs and beg'sirf flHHtf, Sllbjcrtlpg tho lat
ter to tho flro from both gbVerHrafcill ship",
killing nnd wounding forty of tho Magak
lanes' crow. Tho latter under cover of
tho smoke began to movo astern and bo
ffit'd tho fdet was discovered, tho twp gov
Crh'mchi e1lip ffo pouring broadsides
into cacti Other.
Tho trlek was nbt discovered tititil tlld
Magallilno's had steamed across fhd stcrri
of tho Condell and had pourod In a brond
sldo which nearly destrtfjii'i the? lnttcr.
In tho meantime tho forts could not flr
owing to tho fear of hitting tho govern-
Ment ships. When tho Magnllancs began
to steam bill flf lh hsrbor tho forts open
ed their flro, but ono shell s'ifu'elHho rebel
cutter, w hlch toro a big holo In her dctfli
and dismounted her pivot gun. Sho then
f'rocceded to Calder. IV) men wero ktllod
n tho engagement, fully one half of whom
wero ou board tho Siajf'allsnes. Tho Con
dell had to run on tho beach to' pfdrrtt
sinking, whilo tho Aldca was so badly
damaged It will requlro a long tlmo to rc
llairher. Tho Lyuch was not seriously
damaged, 'l'ur'cr) foreign war vessels wero
in ho harbor at tho tlnie tff the engage
ment. AFTEIt BcinVKIMfUItXH.
A Mob Gathers at Kansas City tO-Tar
Mtid lValller Him, " "
Kansas Cit, JbM o Moil vlolcnca
seemed Imminent last night f6Fd time"
agalust Georgo J. Schwelnfurtb, thd
Hockfotd "Christ" who Is now stopping at
his Kansas City "heaven." About thrco
hundred people gathered In tho
sllCb't lit irdht bf thO houso nnd tho
"angels" wcro greatly GxErclsfld ever the
probablo fate of their leader.
Tho crowd pressed eagerly up to the
vfcry rtior amid cries of "Bring out tho
Christ," "Tar and ffather tho Impostor,"
"Lynch him," nnd similar exprHstow
that showed too well tho temper of tho
feoplo towanl Schwelnfurth. While tho
UtnflU bhUkl? wns going on, Stephen
Ford, of this city, wL'C cittlm tn,bs rather
dlvlno himself, slipped out of n b'acKdobr
and hastened to tho nearest telephono and
summoned tho old of tbo pollco in protect
ing tho pretender from the mob. Soon a
shUdci bf nblichlctl arrived on tho iccno.
nnd tho "angels" Urenllit'd d sigh nf relief
as tho crowd slowly dwindled away. It
had accomplished nothing, because It
lacked n leader. Tho mob threatened to
tar nud feather the man.
boilrf.te'MtV .ilomimeiii llttclli'd.
Jacksov, Miss, JutlO 5. 'Thb' onvclliflrf
of tho confoderato monument here yester
day was attended by a great concourse of
pcoplo. Tho ceremonies wero opened
With music by tho band, after which Itev.
tathbr S. A. l'eckeret, of VIcksburg. do
UvcFod d prab'ef. ifo wtrs olldtVtfd by
Hoi P. K. HooVer, whd, Id behalf Of tho
Ladies' Monunlddt "clatidd, df Mis
sissippi, mado a briof but most ihiprcosit' e
nnd ablo nddrcss In presentation of tho
monument to tho state. After which,
ntnld-tho booming of cannon, Mrs. Marga
rct Hayes, dUughtor ot Jefferson Davis,
grnrofully pulled tho string ihal tOHneeled
with tho veil, and tho next moment tho
whlto statuo of tho soldier surmounting
tho monument was disclosed to tho eyes
of lh oso pros out.
SIx-ShootcY Jack t'aJliu'rVdi
WaitiTA, Juno 5. Tho noted outlaw.filll
Wyatt, better known through tho Indian
TcfTtt"" s "Six Shooter Jack," who
murdered Telegraph. Operptor Smith, at
Orton, I. T., last fall, and two of hl com
rades, havo been cnptured In tho Antclopo
Hills, near tho Texas lino, by a posso of
Indian pollco, who wero in search of tho
Daltotl gang of train robbers. Tho soldier
vihu hrdiniht the Mows from Cnmt) Sunulv
says the light which ended lu thd outlaws
ennturo wns a desperate one, and that both
sides received moro or less serious
Cfitlle' Shinjuilltf Herniations.
WasiiisoiO.V, JUtid 8.--Secre'':fli'y Husk
has Issuod orders prescribing tho rules'
and regulations to govern tho shipments
and transportation of cattlo from tho
United Stntos to foreign countries under
Iho nejv lnw providing for tho safe trans
port Of Bticll nnllhaf. Tho regulations ore
claborato and provldo for amjilo tiitiH tor
tho animals, sultablo deck fittings, 81161101
nnd ventilation. Shippers nro to furnish
a foreman to bo In ehargo of cattlo nnd
ono cnttlo man for each twenty-flvo head
of cattle shipped.
:, r - t -i - -ts
PlTTsnuno, Juno 7. In court, this atet'j
noon, on, application of Johnny Stoloy,
well known in every sporting circle, for a
transfer of'liquor and hotel licenses, tho
Court tibjecliilg lleCridSB ho wns given to
gdnlbllilg, rJtaley's tlltofncy remarked I "I
desire to call Jbtir honor attention to the
fact that tho Prlrtco of Wales gambles a
Httlo." "Vell I don't consider him of good
chnractcr. Ho could not get n license In
this court," ropllcd tho Judg.
A Dakota Tornado.
Watehtowx, S. D., Juno 4. This city
Was visited by rt tornndo ycatorday. Tho
dread funnel suapdd clddd formod nt 8
o'clock In tho nfternootl aHd passed along
tho cxtremo edgo of tho town, wrecking
many barns and a fow houses, but fortu
nately sacrificing no lives. Threo peoplo
woro killed at Hazel, sixteen mllos south
west of here, and tho storm is said to
havo been very sovoro in that vicinity.
Left His Wile nnd Children.
Kansas Cut, Juno 8. Mrs. Jcromo
Halsoy reached this city this morning,
with her husband and two children, from
Grand Hnplds, Mich., on route to Grand
Island, Nob- Shortly nfter nor arrival,
her husband told her to watt whilo ho got
tbo tickets fixed. Ho left her In n waiting
room, and she has not seen him since.
Tho tickets woro found with hor valiso
and sho continued her Journey.
A Tcxns lidltor murdered.
Mount Pleasant. Tex,. Juno 8. O. P.
Boyd, local editor of tho Titus County
Times, was found dead this moaning o
short distance, from town with his throat
est from ear to. ea.
Oklahoma CiTr, Juno i-Tbrej whites
wcro yesterday shot down om tho Shawree
reservation, on tho north fork of tho Con
fidiatt tlver" by thrco Shawnco Indians.
Tho indlafis weto speedily arrested by
United States JlafrtBli Thornton and bis
posso. On bolng arralgficVi f Of the crimo
if nrirdcr, ono of tho Indians" StdU4 that
tho whit':!' two men and a boy, camO to
Littlo Ax's houSo" tbo night boforo and
attempted to steal his" horcos nnd
that his son Henry, had fired on
them and driven them off. The next
friof nlllg tho thrco of them started out on
thd fugitives trail, coming upon them after
U Abort ride; Tbo partlo turned and
opened firo with their six shooters, the
6nly weapons they tarried, and then
started on tho run. The) Sliawnees shot
them dtfwrt nJthoy ran.
Ho also Stated that ono of tho party, a
moro boy, had bccti shot from his horse
with a fatal bullet In his chest during tho
affray. That ho, Long Tom, nppro'arbcd
within a few foet and shot tho boy when
dcfCdSSless and dying to tho ground
It is tho'ilglit that tho solf-ndmissions
of tho Indians will hat!f them. Neither
of them can speak a word of En
glish. Each of tho bodies of their
Victims had from two to four bullet
wounds, any ono of which would havo
proved fatal. With a single exception,
tho bullots all entered from behind. Tho
Shawnee prisoners wcro known as pcace
ahlo inon and good citizens. Long Tom Is
a dead slttrt and several years ago, olono
and singlo handed in open light, killed a
band of four negro horsd thieves in this
Tbo deccasod nro supposed to bo Okla
homa bottaers and innocent parties.
Turkish Hrlsands d Wrh,
Constantinople, Juno 3. A party of
brigands near Tcbercskel yesterday placcjl
obstructions across tho railroad track and
succeeded In derailing tbo Eastern express.
When tho brigands had thus brought tho
train to a standstill, thoy found tlwt lliero
Wcro sovoral German and English tourist
anioilg" the- passengers. Ono of them wns
a Berlin banlfcf, Tlio brigands have de
manded 1 10,000 ns ransdifl for tho captives,
and Chancellor von Capnvl has telegraph
ed to Hcrr von Itadzowitz tbo German am
bassador bere, authorizing him to advanco
this amount. The remaiuing passengers
were dispelled of their belongings Old then
Constantinople, Jund 4. Tha capture
by brigands yesterday of a number' of pas
sengers on the Eastern express near Tech
erewkoi has aroused tho Turmsn govern
ment nhd severe measures will bo taken
to nrevent a rcDctlti6Q ol the crime. Tho
govornor of the provinco in which tha out
rage was perpetrated was organizing n
itfttn to pursuo and if posslblo capturo tho
brigands, la trdcr, however, not to Im
peril tho lives of thfl poMfttis now held for
ransom by the robbers, tbo expedition will
not start in pursuit until after tho rall(ml
iiifJL'oy-WO.OOO which it has been ar
ranged to pa)' tio brl(rands,ts handed over
to them and tho prisdliOTi sr released.
The Itata Surrender.
. iQCiCjUB, Chill, Juno C Tho steamship
Itata df Hred here yesterday morning from
Tocopilla and vr dd delivered tq tho Ameri
can war ships now herd. Th9 Itata band
ed over all tho arms sho took frOiri San
Diego, consisting of 5,000 rifles.
Washington, Juno C Tbcro can bo lit
Jib aOiH thrtt tha navy department has
received sdffld tie Craned of tha surrender
of tho Itata, but tho ofilbUk herd will not
say so. Still, It can bo stated that Admiral
McCann is expected to send tho ltatd
back to tho United States, probably under
t&dvoy of ono of his cruisers, as
'Stfori as she call coal and prepare
foT the return trip. Sho will bo delivered
to tho U'r-lted States court ofllccrs flt San
Diego and tho proceedings against hor for
violation of tho neutrality lttws will be
resumed at tho point whoro they wCt in
tfrruptcd by the unlawful departure of
he stttrrttsblp and tho responsible parties
will, If they appear) also bo called ujton to
answer tho additional charge of contempt
of court In running away while tmdel
Villi It lie "Editor Iiish1I!"
CniCAOd, JlitiV 4,Tho statement Is
mndo in tho Tnbuno that Ck-Senator In
galls has decided to abandon politics for
Journnllsm and that on tho odltorlal page
of llil New York Truth, beforo many
davs, bis tliiilW will appear ns ono of lu
Tbo arrangements wero pi iielfeally set-
tied, It Is said, but as there are sWral
June aeiaus yet w w uiseuasc-u i a w
cldfd floi to mko tho affair public for a
week or ten day, !nd then only through
tbo columns of tbo Trulhj
The Nolund Trial.
ItttKnsox Cur, Juno 3. Tho Colo
collhty eif'enit court was ndjourncd at noon
to-day, to July 0, JHdfte Edwards having
received notification that Judge Garou B.
Burgess could bo hero on that dsts to
agoln try cx-Stato Treasurer Edward T.
Nolund. Tho announcement that tho caso
wrts Set for that dato has naln revived In
terest III that fnftious case, it Is generally
thought that ndcUiy may besought nnd
the caso canted over until September or
Tlio mil Passed.
Lttsrio;, Juno 7. Tho bill providing for
tho issUo Of an order In council prohlbitr
Ing tho tnklng Of seals In Behring sea by
British subjects, though o government
measure, met with tho opposition ot Mr.
Alexander Stnnley Hill, who sits for tho
King Winford division of Staffordshire,
and who has represented tho conservative
constituencies in tho bouso of commons
for many years. Tbo bill was passed after
a lengthy dobato.
ToMflsTONB, Ariz., Juno 9. Word has
been received of tho killing of Frank
Catho by Apacho Indians near Arizpc.
Catho was employed ns a swamper on it
mulo train. There wcro two other men
with tho teams that the Indians attacked.
It is believed tho Indians will mako for
South Arizona. Hanchers havo been noti
fied and are determined to exterminate
tho band of Apaches.
A Monk Hun lo Fall.
Gummt, O. T., Juno 6.-nocelver E. R.
Mix of tbo Commercial bank, which failed
somo months ago has handed in his report
to the court. It shows that tho bank, from
its Inception, w as run' to tako in all it could
In deposits and tnon iaiL
Tho doiunci can """ ; " -""
Ian It opened on tho 22d of April 1589.
and on tho 23d $10,000 in silver was re
ceived from tho Newton Rational, of New
ton, Kas., by express, and the samo day
12,000 was sent back lo tho owton Na
tional The deposits for tho first threo
months averaged $18,000 a day. Thorp is
no record that any of tho orgfttlbjers of tho
institution, or anybody olso, gyei' put in a
rloUnr Qxcent as depositors,
Tho Gcrmnn cabinet has decided .not
to reduce tho duties on corn.
Tnltot, Wilmartb & Co., manufacturers
of woolens', Boston, havo failed.
One hundrid and soventy-five stone
cutters are out on strlko In Detroit.
They want fi per day.
Tlnj Japaneso policeman who wounded
tbo czarowltch has been sentenced to
penal sefvitulo for life.
Tbo Massachusetts houso has passed to
nngrossment by a vote of 34 to 200 tho bill
to repeal tho present public bar law.
A destrUctlvo hall storm passed four
miles northeast ol Mobcrly. Mo., laying
flat wheat fields and knocking nit fruit
from tbo trees.
Tho recent census of Ireland shows
population of 4,706,102 males and 2,317,07(5
females, being a decrease of 408,678 ainco
the last census.
During n thunder storm Ncff Brown, n
horso trader living threo miles north of
Perryvllle, Kans., was struck by lightning
and fatally hart,
Martin Mnn.roadmastcr of the El Paso
(Tex.) division of tho Santa Fo railroad
was cut to pieces by a train Monday after
noon near that city.
A druggist in Clifford, N. Y., threw
sulphuric arid over tho heads of two dogs
who wero desperately fighting. Both
dogs bad to tie killed.
Dr. Fordyca Baker, ono of tbo most emi
nent physlclnns In tho United States, died
Saturday afternoon In Now York, aged 73
years. Apoplexy was tho cause.
At the city election of Galveston, Tex.,
It. L. Fulton was ro-clected mayor for tho
sixth consccutlvo term, making a period of
twelvo years continuous service.
Henry Jordan, a 14-ycar-old boy of Now
York, whoso head had been turned by
dime novels shot John Lewis, aged 13
yean, inflicting a wound in the head.
Considerable damago was dono In Cin
cinnati nnd In Covington, Ky Monday
night by a fierce electrical storm. Twelvo
hundred telephones wero burned out.
Morris Scotl of San Antonla, Texas,
bad bb throat cut from ear to car by a
razor in tho hands of a negro burglar, with
whom ho was grappling. Tho negro es
caped. A million dollar's worth of proper ty was
destroyed by fire in New York, including
tho four story building of tho Brooklyn
I cooperage company, n bagging factory and
Threo men havo l?cn oitstcd4)carCiir-
that c, Mo., on tho charge of robbing tho
CoffeyvUIe, Kans., postofflce. Thoy wore
sent to Jail pending tho arrival of thedisi
Sturgls, S D , was visited by the worst
storm sinco 1SS3. Water was threo feet
deep on tho main street. Hallway traffic
was Impeded. Tho loss will reach thous
ands of dollars'.
James Hitter of Elm Springs, who
weighed 470 pounds and whose coffin and
burial suit wero made in Lafayette, Ark.,
last Septcm'jcr in anticipation of his death,
died last week.
Much damago and fright was caused at
Lincoln, III , tho other day, by a cyclono
passing through tho central part of tho
county and covering a territory n quarter
of a mllo wido.
David Gordon, a boy of 15, living near
Arkansas City, Kans., attempted to pound
k cartridge Into a shot gun. It exploded
burning antl cutting his faco terribly and
ruining his o.Ve.
At Granrj Bank, N. S., James Folloet,
aged 35, shct and killed his brother How
ard on the public street. Tho causo of tho
abootlng was Howard's unduo familiarity
with ills brother's wifo.
Treasury gentJ. C. McCoy, who was
transferred to New York from duty on the
Mexican border last week, has seized
331 barrels of fine whisky, valued nt about
140,000. It bad been doctored.
M. Jouanno, a banker of tho ltuo Do
Itlchclleu, Paris, who acted as trustee for
most of tho exhibitors nt tho French exhi
bition nOvr being held In Moscow, has ab
sconded leivlng liabilities estimated at
it Is reported that tho czar, in respond
In to a personal appeal mado by an ex
alted pcrsouBgo on behalf of tho Jews in
Hussia, said ho was determined to contlnuo
his measures of Jewish repression with a
view to a solution of tho Jewish question.
Prime Minister Do Freyclnet of Franco
detiio that French men-of-war nro inter
fering with the bait supply In (Newfound
land and discredits tho report that n
French officer had warned tho inhabitants
... R, viem, bav not to sell bait
v ted guUos fishormea.
On'l'orthc North Pole.
New York, Juno 8 Tho latest expedi
tion to the North polo is oft. At 4:57 p. m,
to-day tho explorers and scientists who
Comprise tho expedition sailed away from
Brooklyn In tho stanch littlo steamer Tho
Kjto. Tho oxpedltlon is In charge of Lieu
tenant H. E. Pary, of thqavy, and
Professor Angelo Hcllprin, of tho
Academy cf National Sciences, of Phila
delphia. Tho object of Lieutenant Pary U
to ascctlalri whether Greenland Is a conti
nent or nil island, and tho purpose of
Professor Heilpnn is to mako scientific
researches In tho western coast of Green
land. Professor Heilpritl expects to re
turn in September and Llt-tltcnaut Pary
plans to be back a year later. .. ,
A nnd Pall. ' " I
Lawrence, Kas., June 8. Tho 11-year-old
son of J. F. Bayless, a prominent
Lawrence merchant, fell from tho upper
platform cf a wind mill, a distnnco of
twenty feet, this evening, nnd was very
seriously k urt. Tho boy was playing w ith
somo companions and stepped backward,
hU right leg, striking tho spout of tho
pump In such a manner as nearly to sever
BEDronr, Ind., May 5. A sawmill en
gine, locatoi six miles west of horo, ex
ploded this morning, killing two men in
stantly and fatally injuring thrco others',
who havo idneo died. Tho mill was owned
bv John and Joo Dusnrd, of this placo, and.
Is'a total Idss. Nothing Is left of tho en
gine and boiler. Part of It lays a quarter
of a mllo t.way from whero tho mill stood.
A Phenomenal Storm.
Keokuk, la., Juno 4 Tbero was a
phenomenal storm hero last ovcnlng.
Lightning struck tho Holy Cross Episcopal
church, citting It In two. Mrs. Edward
Keith, retntly from Chicago, ana promi
nent in social clrelos, received a terriblo
electric shock. At first it was. thought
sho was lead, but hopes nro entertained
at a lato hour to night of her recovery.
Kansas Favom llronktt.
L-AWREXec, Kas., Juno 4. The standlpg
committee at tho diocese of Kansas, in ses
sion hew to-day. voted unanimously In
favor of tho confirmation of RcvPhilllps
BrookJ us bishop of Massachusetts,
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