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The OMet Dunk in Northern Ariiont.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
Collections a Specialty.
Itefercnes-W. II Strong, President A. T.
H. F. ltailnwid Company; l'.llii WiiinnrlBht,
airmailing Director Arizona t'nttio L'ojijmny,
fc(. Louts, llo.j Dank of Culiforulo, t-an i'nm.
Your Banking Business Solicited,
J. II. 1I04K1N8, Jr.. Cochler.
W. L. VAN HORN,
, TTOHNfcY AT LAW.
L Flagstaff, Arizona.
DR. J. M. MARSHALL.,
DKNTl8T-omCK ONK IKIOlt WKST OF
the tKutothce. Teeth extracted without
rain, rlsgslnlf, Arizona.
W. G. bTKWAItl'. KD. M. D015.
STEWART & DOE,
ATTOHNLYtJ AT LAW -OFFICE, TWO
doors west of the Uuik hotel. lloRtUti,
DR. D. J. BRANNEN,
PHYSICIAN AND SUllQUON, VL03TAFF.
Arizona Will respond tiromutly to nil calls
from any oolnt on the Atlantic A. l'neilic mil
rood. Ulfico and drug storo opposite the depot.
P. G. CORNISH, "
PHYSICIAN AND HUlIOKON-OFI'ICK IN
Daggs' building, FlacstnlT. Arizona. Will
answer calls on the A & 1". It. It.
E. M. SAN FORD,
ATTOUNKY AT LAW. 1TIK8COTT. AIIJ.
zona. ill practice la a'l the court of the
All tie Fasnionalile and Latest Styles
MADE TO ORDER.
A GOOD FIT GUARANTEED.
FINE ASSORTMENT OF
TWEEDS AND CORKSCREWS,
A SELECT LINE OF
. ALWAYS ON HAND.
MI. W. lLAnK, (5. J, fABTJUN,
l'resldent . Beo'y and Jlanagor.
AuzBiCAif National IMmc, ircaturcr.
Authorized Capital, $5,000,000.
Subscribed Capital, $4,500,000.
Flng'taff Local Officers: I. 3, Hrnnnen,
President; F. W. tjlswm, Vlco President; C Jl.
Fanston, (secretary; J. II. Jlosklns, Jr., Treas
urer; W. L. Van Horn, Attorney.
Atlantic & Pacific R, R.Go.
TIME TABLE NO. 31.
" Sunday, Apr.l 26, 1891.
Ko3No.l. No 2 I No. I.
"j t"u 3 4tti It Allmnuuniuo or liWu 3 0a
7UI.1 OIAi (Vulidgo OSOp KI33p
811a 1013i Wlncnte OCBp Klliip
BlSalUfOi (Inllnp 5 2-lpUp
10 3i 10:p NbtoJo riprlnga 3(Nt, 7 alp
1147a Slp lloibno't 1 27p DOIp
llOp ISOp Window lKUa t0p
8 5p 7 2lp 1 laystall M 2 30p
5 4p 813p Williams 7Ul2IJp
7 17pUS3p I'rescott Junction 4 13b 1015a
0 45p 2(X)a l'och Springs 2Wn 8 2V
1131p 140. Hlnftninn 1131a I) H)a
155a 800a llie .Seniles 8 lta 3 1Ui
3 43a 1017a Fcnncr OSZa 131a
S10al2JCp llaxdad 410tll'JOp
8 51a 3 56p DuRctt 1 Ola 3 27p
015a 40p 1'arntow VISOp 8 00p
7 40par Ilnjuu It tf 4'i
F.T. Br.nnr, W. A. Hishxm,
General Agent, Gen'l l'atsengcr Agt,,
Atbuqacrqne, N. M.
Alluaucraao A. T. & 8. F. It. 11., for all points
cast and sooth.
t'rescott Jnnetlon Frldeott A Arizona 11 II
wT for Fort Whlpplo and l'rescott.
liarstow California Poutherullnllwajr for Los
Angtlts, fori Diego and other southern (.alitor
MoJaTO fiouthcrn Facltio for Ban Francisco,
Hacraraento and Northern t'nllfornln iiolrita.
PULLMAN FALACi: HlAEl'lNd OAII.
No change Is made hy Bleeping Car 1'nMf users
between fan trancisco and Kansas City, or tun
Dirgn and Loe Angelrs and Chicago. I
'J tie Grand Canon of the Colorado, hitherto in.
occessablo to tourists can bo reached by taking
this line t!u Peach Bprlnga, and n rtngo rida
from tbenco of but twentjr.threo miles, 'this
t'onyon Is the grandest and most womlerfal of
Btop at Flagstaff and l.nnt doer, t-car nod wild
turker In tho msgoifireat pine forest ot the
ban Frnu cisco monntiilnf. or Tlsit the ancient
ruins ot tho Caio and CM Dwolleu.
HE WOULD EVEN MURDER
OFFlOEHS HAVE A BAD BATTLB
WITH A BANKER.
Arugltho lrom Justlcn, Ho Hides Ml.
L llormlt and Keslsts Arrrst with
Lllio n Itomnuco. Jp.'
A lluttlc. Ultlt a klnuker.
Sl-niNo LkKe, N. J., Juno 23. Dotcctlvo
Max Frocman, of Philadelphia, Is nor In
bed nulTcriuB severely from tho cffecU of
tho Injuries ho received wlillo endeavoring
to capture n man said to bo Glcloon Mnrah,
president of tho Koystono bank, Freeman
had rocolvod Intimations thot MnrsU had
boon seen In tho rlclolly and was hiding
nt Como, a resort Just north of this plnco.
With two others Freeman drove to tho
Isolated placo mid found a long unused
cabin with a room that had been fitted up
rocently. On leaving tho place ho wna at
tacked by two men, ono of whom ho assorts
was tho absconding banker, and a
Tho fact that tho houso which tho mys
terious men were nbout to enter was until
recently owned by Yard leads many to
bollovo that Marsh was in hldlns thcro
and that ho Intended to remain there until
his friends could talto him to a safer placo.
Sprlnpt Lako is tho most popular resort of
riillndclphlans on tho northern Now Jer
iv.utino roit di:atii.
Iix-Sonator 3Iol)onuia lll.ls His friends
Indian trou, Juno '22. Ex-Senator Mc
Donald died 1 ist llicrhL Tin nni1 nivnv
very peacefully without a strugglo, BUr
rounded by bis family, who woro all In at
tondanco nt tho bedsldo.
LarlV In thQ morninir thn imfnvnrnhln
symptoms of several days ago roappcarod.
Durlug tho forenoon tho sufferer had an
attack of vomiting, aud Dr. Uunnels took
tho vessel to tho window to oxnmme tho
Contents. Tho nhvslclnn shook l.l Vinml
dubiously. Mr. McDonald had followed
o cry movement, and when tho physician
returned to his bedside bo Inquired: "Is
that your crdict, doctor I"
-xes," said tho physician, sadly.
Tho announcement did not iiutut-h thn
patient's serbalty nt nil. In tho preseuco
Of all. ho Said, ho wished n irlvn tpatlmnntf
to his faith In God's saving graco. Then
no graspoa eacli by tho band and bndo
them COOd-hV. nvitir fhflt tin .wmiM ann nn
callors. His friends ttin illmUcn.l )
dying man surrendered himself to tho caro
oi uis jiuysu-ians to await tho coming of
Uoutli In a Morin.
ST. LotTf. .Turin 1R ...Tlnrinry n invnra
Storm which rnmn nn lw,tn-nni 1 ,,. o
o'clock this afternoon somo twclttj-.nvo
lucuii-Kuro were nuuutcu logetnor in an out
housojn Forest Iark near tho police sta
tion for protection from tho rain which
lamo down In torrents. They had scarco-
lV frnt insldn tlin lllllMlnr. ., lint, thn. .. n
- S4-- ...w h u.u(, ,,.u .U.U ,,t9
ft sharp Hash of lightning, and then
aunuua uuu moans anu cries tor Help
Issued from tho bujldlng In which
thO nOOUlO bad rnncrnfrntml in nKfi,.n ihn
-- - - "fjvo,v' v vs ttv
torm's fury. A wild sceno ot confusion
i.n.. .. ,, ,. . . .
iotium.il, mm ponccmcn uurricd to tno
ICCnC. NoOrlv oil Of thn n,.lniifit nt thn
outhousa wcro moro or lo3s injured, ono
being killed and three very seriously ln
lured. All thn lllltir.,1 upni tnln limn
and medical osslstanco summoned. Nono
oi mem nro lataily Injured.
A Terrible Cloudburst.
PlTTSiiUito, Pa.. Juno 21. A cloudburst
at Lccchbunr. Armstromr countv. thlrtv
mllos from this city on tho West Pennsyl
vania railroad last night, destroyed much
property and fatally Injured ono man.
A collection of houses on cither sldo, oc
cupied by about 200 peoplo, Is known as
Ueorgctown. Suddenly tho rain poured
uown in torrents. Tho streets of Locch
burg flowed llko rivers, whllo down An
derson's run tho wator poured in hugo
waos, carrying ever thing bcroro It.
Fifteen dwcUings and many out-buildings,
stables, fences, etc., wero carried away
and Jammed against tho railroad brldgo at
tho run, which was unablo to stand tho
tcrritlo prcssuro also gave way. Tho oc
cupants of tho houses flod to tho hills.
A I'rlshtful Acrid cut.
CLr.VEi.ANr), Juno23. An excursion train
of fifteen coaches left this city for Oak
1'olnt, a pleasure resort about twenty miles
nest of hero early yesterday afternoon.
Tho cnglno went down nn embankment,
pulling ono car with It. Tho next two
coaches wcro telescoped and reduced to
kindling wood. Tho farmers living near
tho raUroad hastened to tho sceno and with
tho uid of tho passengers unhurt, began
tho work of removal of tho jlcad and ln
lurcd. Tho air wns filled with tho screams
of tho Injured and tho frightened women
In tno shattered coaches. Only ono person
was killed outright. Ono dead man, Henry
Rodgors, was taken from tho -wreck, and
moro than forty wero moro or less Injured,
A Yoiiiik Lady Drowned.
KsironiA, Juno 211. Tho rainstorm which
passed over this placo last night was tho
heaviest over known for Us duration, over
thrco and threo quarters of an Inch falling
in about two hours timo, and much dam
ago wns dono to houses and furniture,
nearly ovory collar In tho city being filled,
and In somo Instances tho water sweeping
through tho bousos.
A young lady, Miss Hertha Harvoy. was
drowned yesterduy ovenlng a fow miles
west of hero. Sho and her mothcrworo in
n buggy and whllo attempting to cross n
ravlno tho current ovorturned the buggy
and tho young lady was drowned.
Tlicy win I'lalit.
Cnioico, Juno 23. "This U a weighty
quostlou and wo will light It out If wo
hnvo to do It with knlvos." Josoph
O'ICclloy, tho special envoy of Mr. Parnoll
In America, uttered to-night tho words
quoted. It was at a mass mcotlng of
Chicago Irish-Americans in Central Muslo
ball, and tho speaker was warmly discuss
ing tho causo of Irish nationality and tho
services of Parnoll In its behalf.
Cuah Kiiiuiliis Low.
Wasuixgto.v, Juno 20. Tho treasurer's
statement Issued yesterday shows that
tho cash balanco Is $14,415,030, of which
t2..02o,000 is on deposit with nntlonal
banks and $23,250,00) Is in fractional
silver, deducting which ltoms tho not cash
balanco fs but 81,233,000, which Is tho low
est flguro yet reached.
Wichita, Juno 10. A farmer namod
John Mijler, living near Clcarwator, com
mitted sulcldo yesterday afternoon by
hanging himself in his barn. He was sub
ject to temporary fits of Insanity and was
probably in one whoa he killed himself.
Columdus, O., Juno 21. Tho closing
day of tho Ohio Republican convention
Wfts uhrufiled by any of thoso sethesot
Cissontloh ahd discord Ihot haVo been so
lndustriouMy predicted by many for sbjnu
days past. For tho flist time, probably.
In tho history of tho stato of Ohio, bvot'y
nomination on tho tnto ticket Was inndo
on thn Urst ballot. For every offlco oxcopt
governor thoro woro from three to half a
dozen candidates, but thtro seemed to bo
a tacit understanding that under no cir
cumstances should any Ulfecllug bo en
gendered to imperil tho success of tho
tlckot and early In tho day tho prnctlcu
wos established ot taking a slnglo ballot,
and then, era tho ballot was announced,
changing to tho leading enndidato ttnd
making his nomination unanimous. In
this way thoro was not n second ballot for
tho tnmo ofilco throughout tho wholo day's
In ono other respect, though not Such ft
striking one, wns to-day's proceedings dif
ferent from thoso which hnto Character
ised Ohio Republican stato cotivcntlohs fo?
tho past twenty years tho failuro to espe
cially indoreO tho public career and ser
vice Of Hon. John Sherman and recom
mend his ro-clectlou to tho United States
sennto. It would bo an Injustico, howev
er, to tho vcnerablo Ohio senator to up
poso this omission was UUo to tho lack of
Sherman men In tho convention. It was,
rather, duo to tho personal request of tho
senator that his friends made no effdit td
securo tho adoption f the nCcdstomcd res
olution by t!lJ3 convention
William McIClnley was nominated for
governor w 1th shouts. In his ncceptauco
speech ho said: "TJio Republican party
of Ohio approves tho administration of
President Harrison and extends to it
hoarty congratulation. It lias boon clean,
conservative, ablo and patriotic. It has
been wiso In its domestic policy and
thoroughly American In Its foreign. It
has won tho confidence of tho pooplct It
commands unlvcisal respect abroad.
'Tho party is In fttvor of a regulated
immigration, of liberal pensions to our
soldiers and sailors, of a sound currency.
It Is In favor of gold and tllvor, and also
paper money based upon coin, nil equal
and at nil time interchangeable equal in
fuct nnd equal in law.
Andrew M. Harris was nominated for
lieutenant governor; for auditor, E. W.
Poo( troasuror, W. T. Copo; attorney gen
eral, J. K. Rkhards; supremo Judge, M.
J. Williams; board.of public works, O. B
Graco; school commlsslOncr.O T. Carjonj
dairy commissioner, O. W McNeil.
A HAtTLL JtOVAL.
l'our Men Fight to the Itonth In n Jiimol
Nkw Vouk, Juno 20, Tho steamship
South Portland, of tho Wcssols Lino, ar
rived from Jamaica ports ycsteiday, Chiof
Malo Lowell told tho following lulo:
"On tho afternoon of Juno 12 tho Port
land touched at Port Marie. Mato Lowell
was sent on shoro to got tho mails. On
his way to tho postofileo ho camo across a
crowd of blocks on tho village green.
Thcro must havo boon at loast 3J0of them,
and when Mr. Lowell Inquired what tho
row was about thoy Informod him that a
battlo royal was Just about to begin.
Four coolios, nil natlvos of tho town, hnd
becomo Involved in a sort of Montauo
Capulct controversy, and each of them
had arrived at tho conclusion that Port
Mario and this planet generally was alto
gether too good a placo to harbor tho other
threo any longer. So thoy had mutually
decided to fight to tho death. In tho cen
ter of tho green an enclosuro had been
roped oft and Insldo of It, nt oich corner,
stood ono of tho four contestants. Thoy
wcro stripped to tho waist, and each man
grasped in his hand n knlfo with n blado
seven Inches long.
For a moment tho men stood glaring at
each other, then tho word was given and
tho fight began It wns a caso of ovcry
man for himself with a vengeanco.
Mato Lowell says that without excep
tion, It was tho most fearful sight ho e cr
saw. In ljvo minutes it w.is all over.
When tho police arrived on the scene, thrco
bodies hacked almost bryoud recognition
layinsidotho rona Tho fourth man was
so crazed by his wounds that beforo tho
pollco could lay bands on him ho drove his
own knlfo through his heart
A 1IIO III.AbT.
Sixty Thousand Tons or Limestone Loos
ened nt One hlioclc.
Amiant, N. Y., Juno 13 Governor Hill,
members of tho press and prominent elec
tricians nnd mining experts from all over
the country witnessed tho blasting of fio,
000 tons of llmcstono nt South Bethlehem
this afternoon. Ono iiundrcd and fifty
holc3 on thrco scparato ledges had been
grilled, each to a depth of thirty feet
Thcso wero filled with dynamite, and when
tho current of electricity was turned on
5,000 pounds of that explosive was Ignited.
Tho current was turned on by Miss Helen
Cnlllnan, tho 10-ycar-old daughter of tho
proprietor. A faco of rock ninety feet
high, 400 foot long and ninety feet deep
was displaced. Tho blast was tho largest
over mado in this country.
A New Wnr Cloud.
London, Juno 23. A dUpatch from Cal
cutta atatos that war is threatened In Asia
betwoon tho French and Siameso Tho
Annaraltc3 who oio tributary to Franco
hnvo already como to blows with Siameso
troops on tho banks of tho Mokong, and
tho Siameso aro cngagod In ravaging tho
territory claimed by tho French to bo
within their Jurisdiction.
Iraporfur.it Trnito IVniiio Doclilon. t
Judgo Thayer of Ihe United fitates Circuit
Court nt St. Louis, has recently handed down nn
opinion and granted a pcrctuul Injunction
nj;nlni.t tho defendants In the rao of '1 lie IIos
elter Co, ngahut tho llruggimnn Udnul Distill.
JngCo., ai lAS'GoMPprluglllHlllliiKCo," pro
hibiting the advertising, manufacturing or sell-'
Uigof anr article of stomach bitters either la
tiullc, by the gallon orouiemiso, or In any way
making uso of Iho name "Hosteller," except In
AnnniKllAn aarltlm flin ifltn it fhn nnniilnn lilllnra
which are always sold In bottles securely icoled
and also prohibiting tho aale of any bitters In
bulk, though the name "llouctter" Le not Ufcd.
Ihut tho suggestion made to tho purchaser that
lie ran put them In the empty Hosteller bottles
Mid purchadrs would not discover the differ
ence. His decision supports the Hostcttcr coav
pany In the exclusive ue of the nmno "Hostet
Icr'Mn connection vtllh cither tho manufacture
or salo of stomach bitters In am manner or form
whatsoever, and firmly establishes ltsotvnenhlp
In tho tame as a "Thade Nakk."
f)ilo or the Wynndotto Itoad.
Lcave.'Iwoktu, Juno 20. In tho Uultod
States circuit ccurt this morning tho de
cree of forclosuro and salo of tho Kansas
City, Wyandotto & Northwestern road
was entered on record. Tho sale, which
will tako placo in Docombor, at Topeka, is
to satisfy a claim of $3,750,030, exclusive
of interest on unpaid coupojis of tho
Farmers' Loan and Trust Company of
ItccklcsMicsx Causes Tliclr Death.
Kansas City, Juno 18. Two younif men
wero drowned yesterday evening v.iilld
rowing on tho laso nt Troost Park. Thoy
woro rocking tho boat and it oapslzod.
THE FLOODGATES OPEN.
A 0YCL6ne AND A DELUdE DO
Art illlnol. Ktdrhl Injure Oho Man Cnttii'
ly nnd Wrecks Jinny Houses'
IIciiy Itjlns 0er n Largo
Section of Country.
Death In Illinois.
ErriNoiiAM, 111 , Juno v3. A cyclono ac
companied by a delugo of rain, passed tea
miles south of hero this afternoon. John
Drennan wns fatally hurt by ilyihg tlnv
bors. Houses and bahis w Orb rtfcUtollsueil,
eiotvlhg crops titatroyed ahtl orchards
leveled to tho ground.
Details, which aro meagre, report tho
total destruction of tho houses aud barns
on tho fauns bwhed bj- John" tliciuialij
John Wlcfelibach nhd John Good. Tho
Implements on theso funns weio caught
up by tho wind and blown 100 yards or
Tho Treasurer's Muleinciit.
WAbiiiNOTo.v, June 2.J. Tho United
States treasurer's statement shows an ap
parent deficiency of $Tb7,l0& This, how
over, does pot lncltldo f .,-.'20,W0 of frao
tlonal slhur. Including thcso two Items
tho cash balanM is $l3,0til,;il. Ofllcinlsot
tho sccrotirry's bfllto say that oxcluslvo of
national bank deposits atid fractional sll
or thcro Is nu actual avallablo bal
anco of ?2,812,0M0 in tho ticasury to-day
and that tho treasurer's statement includ
ing tho lccelpts to thatdato will show it
Thtro will bo coiptaut excess Of receipts
over expenditures during tho remainder
of tho month and it is estimated that the
net surplus will bo at least 7,000,000 by
tho first. Tho lreasur ofllclals aro not
disturbed by tho situation and say that
tho government Is uaply able to meet all
totally ni;n:A i:i.
A Olrl Who Is a Munlerom, lucenilliry
NewiiUiioii, N. Y., J'liio S3. Thciolsn
girl In Jail at Newbtrgh who, If nil tho
charges agalust her aro true, is tho ihenr
nation of klousness und dipravity. Sho
Is under utrest for hor-,0 stealing, but will
nlso bo charged with arson and muidcr.
Within tin co months sho is said to have
married an old farmer, burhed down his
houso, mill olid barn, roasted his wcak
mludcd son to death In one of her fires, and
wound up by tunning off with a Now burgh
Hi cry team and surrey and trading them
for other horses and n wagon.
Tho gitl was arrcstod at Kcw burgh last
night on a chargo of grand Urccny.on com
plaint of Von Allen Whltbcck, a liroadway
liveryman, nnd sho then g.no tho namo of
Jennie Williamson. In her cell last night
she actul wildly at times-nnd toro up her
white apron and hosiery in what seemed
to bo a frenzy of insanity,
llenxoii niiiM linns.
LnAirv mouth, Juuo 20 Tho applica
tion of Benson, tho murderer of Mrs.
Wettman, for n new trial was denied by
United States Judgo Rincr ycsteiday.
After reciting tho reasons for this de
cision, Judgo Illnor said: "Tho court has
but ono thiii!; U) do in this tnso, aud that
Is to order that you bo renanded to tho
Jail of Lcaicnworth county, and that be
tween tho hours of 0 a. m. md 4 p. in. on
Thursday, November 5, lSOjjou maybe
takon from said Jail to'somo niitablo plncu
in said county, by tho UnitcJ States mar
shal, nnd linnged by tho reck until ou
Benson calmly resumed let seat when
his sentence was announced, not betraying
tho loast emotion or surpriil,
A Vlcndll. Train Wrecker.
Coons Rapids, la, Juno 19. A wreck
occurred on tho Chicago, Mtwnukoo & St.
Paul railroad near this puiit last night
n hlch was caused by somo unknown per
son placing a tio upon thi trcsllo work
Just beforo reaching tho bitdgo over Coon
river. At tho point where, tho train left
tho track tho trcstlo workis about forty
feet high A sudden shock was cxicricnced
by the passengers when tt baggago car,
chair car, smoker aud ono sceper fell from
tho trestlo, a distnnco of f irty feet. Tho
baggage nnd Bmoking car turned upsido
dow n In their descent, tho chair car and
the forward Pullman fell n their sidos.
Two passengers wcro klllci outright, and
many badly wounded. ;
Cntcvoo, Juno 23 Dcntl to ono horso,
C19,(00 to nnothor that wnt tho American
Derby of '01. A scarlet il.sh on tlfo I101I
zon, half a hundred tliou3aid peoplo bicath
less, tho gleam of whito Uncath a wire,
nnd tho richest stake raco iver run in tho
West was at an end.
It was by Strathmcath Now York's
fnvorito son, tho battlo royal was won.
Half a mllo off, where had been tho
thick of tho fight, lay mdionlcss on tho
track tho corpto of his fee to tho death,
High Tariff. Tom Klley, tho gallant
bcust's rider, twico a Doiby victor on that
iciy conrscj, had this tlmo pushed tho
limit of that cqulno endurance.
A .Isuntlc Scheme.
Torr.KA, Juno 2-). A letter ha3 been re
ceived by Governor Humphrey from
Goitrnor Aithur L. Thomas, of Now
Mexico, inclosing n call for an irrigation
convention to bo held In Silt Lako City
September 15, 10 and 17. Thh convention
hns been called to work up a feeling
strong enough to induco congress to cede
all tho arid lands In tho stato and terri
tories West of the Missouri river to thoso
stales nnd territories. Tills present irri
gation movement is part of a schemo to
securo control of thcso lands, amounting
to ovor .10,000,000 acres, and eventually to
withdraw them-from homestead entry.
Tho G. A. It. l'lottrlKhliiit.
Kansas Citt, Juuo 19. Commander
Vcnzoy of tho G. A. It. snld this morning
thnttho Grand Army was never in better
shapo thnu at present
"Prosponty crowns our efforts," said
ho. 'Tho order Is growing larger nnd
lnrgev nnd Its strength Is almost sujnris
Ing. Everywhere tho membors are pro
paring for tho grand encampment nt De
troit, und from present indications it will
bo tho largest encampment over held."
Ten ill en Indicted.
Macon, Mo., Juno 19. Tho grand Jury
has indicted ten persons present nt tho
murder of Peter Matson at Bovier, night
beforo last All aro charged with murder.
All aro in Jail. It Is bclloved tint sovcrjl
of tho prlsoucrs will turn stato's ovidcuco
and tell who struck tho fafil blow.
Noble Well Again.
Washington, Juno 19. Secretary Noblo
was nt tho department to-day looking tho
picture of health. Yhcn ho went West
somo weeks ago ho was In rather poor
health, but ho la norr completely rested,
and ns'ho cx;ro3sed it, ready to get to
Ren. ScTiofleld Married.
ItnoKCu, la., Juno 20. Tho marrlago of
Onnernl John M. Scholicld, commandcr-lu-chief
of tlio nrpij of tllo United Btntcs, to
Ml Gcorglo Kilboufhc, of this city, waa
(olbmnlrcd at St. John's Episcopal Church
ttl hlgli ubDrl herd jcaterdaj;
the andlancfe lit p.tteiidan"cd tvds" prob
ably tho inost excluslvfi and fablu-htibltj
ovor In attendance at a' wedding west of
tho Mississippi rlior. Tho goucral arid
staff wero in full uniform. Tho brldo
.ioro a superb costume of white corded
silk with demt train, Louis QuIuto Jacket
tnminoil with crystal gymp nnd vest of
mouslln do solo. A beautiful whito bon
net trimmed with Dthess lace crowned
lu(J tbsturilB. Her hand:) were sneased in
whito glbics ntid silo Carried 3 silver
A reception was given under thd aus
pices Of Torrencd post, O. A. 11., and
everybody was invited. Tllo pleasing
feature bf tho occasion was a special in
vitation to tho school children aud joung
people extended by tho general to come
nhd&hako hands with him. From 400 to
CO J children, each carrylilg A small flag,
wcro presented, In addition totho veterans
nnd citizens. Tho general is nearly 09
years of ago, and his wife has seen 20
A Had Outlook.
Nfetv Ytiiik, Jurtosa -It G. Dun &Co.'
Weekly KeUcw Of Trade days! "Whllo
crop reports continue reniafkably fator.v
bio, tho volumo of business at present
transacted Is not as largo as It has been in
other years at this time. Crop prospects
strengthen confidence nt Kansas City, and
bltai!lc33 is ImproiPd at Louisville, de
cidedly at Montgomery add Slightly at Now
Oilcans. Trado Is small nt Memphis, quiet
at Llttlo Rock, dull at Nashvlllo, better
than usual for tho season at Atlauta and
much better than last year at Jackson
ville, Rcpoits from all quarters Indicate
Httio complaint as to collections. Regarding
money they show almost everywhere an
amplo supply for legitimate and safo busi
ness, but It is frequently mentioned that
thcro Is no supply for speculation and nt
St Louis tho market is stlffcr at 7(28 per
emit, nt Kansas City film at SJ0, and
Detroit stiong at 7, rather Btringent at
Clci eland, tight at Llttlo Rock and At
lanta, iloso at Nashville and In good de
mand ntflim rates at New Orleans. But
tlmos may bo said to bo generally
Apache Threaten Trouble.
Santa Ff, N. M., Juno 21. For somo
timo past numerous strolling bands of
Apacho Indians havo been seen along tho
border of Arizona and New Mexico in tho
vicinity of tho Black range, whero the
bloodthirsty old chief Victoria and his
band mado tholr headquarters In 1881. 1
Tho stragglers havo been acting ufcfy
and tin eateulng settlers. A militia com
pany has been erganized and at tho first
Indication from tho Indians that thoy
mean trg,ublo another war will bo com
menced which will drlvo them out of tho
territory or result In their extermination.
She Married a Siotiv.
New Yohk, Juno 20. A wedding of moro
than ordinary interest was cclobrJtcd at
tho Church of tho Ascension yesterday.
Tho brldo wns Mbs Elalno Goodolo, tho
well known author, who Is tho government
inspector of Indian schools In North and
South Dakota, and tho brldcgtoom was
Dr. Chnilcs Alexander Eastman, no In
dian of tho Sioux tribe. Dr. Eastman is
tho government physician nt Pino RIdgo
ageucy. JIo was educatod at lieloll col
lege, Michigan, and at Dartmouth college,
from which ho was graduated with honors,
being class orator in tho class of 1S37.
An An fill IHcmi.
1ONpon, Juno 24. Everybody Is talk
ing Loid and Lady Brooke. All gossip
asldo, tho relations between tbo pair have
been little moro than formal for several
months past, and thoy havo not usually
nnswcreU Invitations of royalty together.
It is rumored that Lord Brooko has In his
possession lotters fully as interesting as
thoso In tho Mordaunt caso written by tho
Prlnco of Wales, and which call for somo
clear definition of lino between platonlc
alloction and tho seventh commandmout
liens y Dnnnios.
UcATincr, Nob , Juno 21. In tbo case
of Frauk G. Egglcston versus tho Kansas
City and Ueatrico railroad for foity-nluo
thousand dollars damages through his
losing both anus at tho shoulder whllo in
tho employ of tho road ns a brakemau In
this city In October last, tho Jury has just
awarded n voidict for plaintiff for sixteen
Gone Dnft on MocIik.
Nnw Yoim, Juno 23 It was announced
yesterday that II. Victor New comb, ono
of Wall strcot's boldest speculators, had
been placed In a privnto Ins. mo asylum.
Ho Is not vlolcntlv insane, but is suffering
from softening of tho brain nnd ou tho ad
vico of his physician his family has placed
him In nn nslum.
To Drlio Out Cattlemen.
St. Louis, Juno 23. A dispatch from
Arkansas City, Kas., bojs: It is stated
hero on good authority that n thoroughly
organized and pledged body of boomers
and homo seekers will shortly enter tho
Chorokco strip, cut nil tho fences and
bum tho grass, thus forcing tho cattlemen
o2 tho land.
The Ilncenrnt l'erment.
London, Juno 23. Tho baccarat fcmicut
Is not quite over yet Mr. Cobb proposes
to ask Mr. Stanhopowhat ho intends to do
to enforco tho antl-gainhllng regulations
in tho army nud what ofllcors or men havo
been punished for gambling.
Killed liy n Hock.
JorLiN, Juno 23. Joo MncBrldo, post
master at Tuckahoc, a suburban postofileo.
was struck with n rock to-day by Perry
Dunu and his neck broken. Thoy had a
A l'ntnl Picnic.
BALTivoitr, Juno 23. A boat load of
colored picnickers was wrecked near hero
last night nnd seven of tho party wcro
drowned. Tho accident wns caused by
drunkenness among tbo party.
A Dnnmslns Mlient l'cat.
GnBAT Br.Ni, Juno 21. Wheat In this
county Is buffering from tho ravages of a
small, whito woim, three-eights of a.i
Inch long, working in tho heart of tho
stalk between tho head and tho first Joint.
Pieces of wheat that weio looking fiuo
ftvo days ago aro notflt to cut now. Somo
farmers say CO per cent of tho wheat h
lidltor Itleo Succeed ntcltrldc.
Torr.11 1, Juno 19. Governor Humphrey
to-day appointed W. M. Rice, editor of
tho Fort Scott Monitor, director ot tho
stato ponttentlnry, to succeed W. II, Mc-Brldo,
FIro at MondovL, Wis., destroyed seven
stores causing $40,030 I03S.
The British consul at Odoisa says that
tho Jon 1 aro all going to America.
The Itnta has sailed, uuder convoy of
(he Charleston, for San Diego, Cal.
Labor legislators mo in the majority in
th8 opposition In New South Wales,
i'lfty Jews sailed last Tuesday" from
Antwerp for tho Congo' FVecf Stale.
Colonel John Lee, ono of Indiana's
world's fair commissioners, is dead.
Tho Bank of England has reduced its
rate of discount from 1 to 3 per cent.
President da Fonsocn, of Brazil, is
pleased at tho condition of bU country.
Tho Central Liberals of England have
elided homo rulo from their programme.
McChrystal, tho New Orleans Jury
briber, was sentenced to a year's impris
onment. John Duty, of Benton, 111 , shot and
killed his mother-in-law and tiled to kill
At New York city last week 3,123 Immi
grant landed. Among them wero 143
It Is reported that President HIppolyte,
of Hayti, has been shot mid l.lllcd b an
Tho costs of tho baccarat scandal i.uit,
so far as Gordon Gumming was concerned,
Mr. l'arncll has been ordered to pay the
costs In the O'Shoa. divorce case. They
amount to tl7,C30,
Thieves at Wharton, I, T , ransacked
two freight cars and carried off a largo
amount of property.
Tho census of England and Wales shows
a population of tU millions, an incrcaso Of
3 millions in the last decode.
Tbo emperor of Gci many is enld to bo
anxious to have tho upper houso oi tho
Prussian diet reconstructed.
Tho emperor ot Austria has virtually
recognized Bulgarin by giving special
audiehco to Prince Forcfinand
The financial situation in Guatemala is
reported critical aud President Barillas
Is being denounced on all sides.
Goicrnor Paltlson of Pennsylvania has
vetoed tho compulsory oJacation bill
passed by the recent legislature.
Firowas discolored in tho forchold of
tho flagship Philadelphia at tho Brooklyn
navy jnrd, but was soon put out.
Tho Missouri Pacific directors in session
In Ncvv York havo declared tho rcgulai
quarterly dividend of 1 per cent
Somclicra Bros , bankers of Guadala
Jara, Mexico, havo assigned, with $1,4'X),
000 liabilities and $30O,Uv0 assets.
Tho Chincso emperor's edict order 1 tho
prompt beheading of all persons implicated
in tbo rzocnt riots and massacres.
Tho Charlottcnbcrg, Berlin, Jewish ;om
mitteo has sent 5ft,(X)J Russian Jows to
Bremen and Hamburg for embarkation.
Tbo crops in Texas arc tbo best for
many 3 ears. Corn is already mado and
will yield forty to sixty bushels per ticra.
Isaac M. Dawes, an old resident of
Marshall, Mo , was found dead this irorn
lbs in a wheat bin in tho Norton elevator.
Ex-Chief Justico Sherwood, of Michigan
has almost entirely lost his mind and a
guardian has been applied for at Kaliima
zoo. Two hundred nnd fifty-five coal miners
were discharged at tho Kansas aud Texas
coal company's uilno near Bovier, Mo.,
Great damage has been dono at Ncuman
vllle, Green comity, Tenn , by n cloud
burst The flood carried oft n 1,500 pound
At an Italian christening in Now York
fohn Lafouto and Vinccnso Caputo quar
vlcd. Vinccnso shot Lafonto threo tines,
lnd killed him.
The new Odd Fellows' hall at Chlllcothe,
Mo, has been dedicated by Grand Msalcr
Jewell, of C.irrollton. Congressman Man
lur was the orator.
Tho Rev Dr. W. O. Thompson, forrrerly
president of the Colorado state university,
has been elected president of Miami uni
versity, Oxford, O.
John McLean & Co., whole lalo milliners
of Montreal, Can., hnvo dccldod to go into
liquidation. Tho liabilities aro riOO.OOO
and tho asscsts ample.
Irbin Hall, of St Joseph, Mo , ngcel 12,
was drowned at Ottawa, Knns., irhilo
placing on tho river bank. Tho boy was
visiting his grandfather.
Tho first shipment of block tin. consist
ing of several tons, from tho Tcm:scnl
mines, In San Bernardino county, CoL has
been teccived nt San Francisco.
Threo men wcro injured at Yonkera, N.
Y., last week by a g explosion. Five
persons In the city station barely escaped
asphyxiation at tho same timo.
Tho upper houso of tho Prussian die, has
passed a bill restoring to tho Roman Cath
olic dioceses tho funds which wcro seized
at tho timo of tho Kulturknmpf.
Tho Firnchmcn who sold., tho sccr;t of
tho manufacture ot melinite, tho row c
ploslie, to nn English firm havo been iilven
four years imprisonment each and heavily
Dispatches from Odessa say that many
Baptists and Stundists havo been banished
from tho Caucasus nnd deprived of their
children which nro to bo educated In tho
Bccauso of a rebuke for securing tho
abolition of bells lit tho Roman Ca'.holic
church nt Prizrcnd, European Turkey,
tho Austrian consul, Hcrr Pelinskl, has
John Adams, 19 ) ears old, son of a well-to-do
farmer of Chubbs Dock, and Miss
JosloOrr, 18 years of age, were drowned
In Lako Champlain whllo nllghltn; from a
pleasure boat nt Chubbs landing.
Passenger train No. 3 on tho Mllwaukeo
nnd Northern road left the track about
six miles south of this city about 9:30
o'clock this morning causcU by heat ex
panding tho rails nnd throwing tho track
out of gauge No lives lo3t.
A His Cotton .11111.
Kansas Citt, Kan., June -.23. A contract
hns been closed with nn English company
of enormous wealth to build n mammoth
cotton mill here. Tho mill will cost a half
million nnd will bo tho largest in tho
United States, employing from tLo first
fully a thousand operatives.
Three. Children Dross lied.
Tilths, Nob., June 23. Threo children
living in Emerick township, nbout flitcen
miles southeast of here, were dtownc.l
during tho storm while trying to reach the
bouso from school. A rat Ino which the
children wcro accustomed to cross sudden-
J ly filled with tho flood, washing- them
The Cos.i Grande, to Ho Itcrtnlrct!.
Washington, Juno 2.1 Tho secretary ol
the interior htsf.nppiovcd tho contract fof
repairing tho Casa Grande, a prehistoric
ruin near Gila liver In Arizona. Tlio jsura
ot $!,0D was. appropriated by t'io last
WEED GOOD TO EAT.
fastly Is So Mce that Hen Le
Cult I vat. fl It.
Ono of tho most abundant and most -
toothvome plnnts is tho hoiiot.y w.?ed
called pussly, eays a writer .u tho New
York Herald. A 11 tablo vesrctablo.
fit is not to bo despised. Tho succu- 7
lent fctcins, with their leaves, aro
boiled tender and dressed with butter,
tho satiio ns oplnnch. Tho French ,
market gardeners cultivate It regularly
nnd havo different varieties. Tlia
young plftnls nro used as a salad mid
nro very good when served with a
bacon dressing nnd ono or two hard- -boiled
CgK, chopped find and tprlnklod
01 cr tho balrtd. l'ussly flowers uro
sometimes called wax plnki'.t Wten
tho plant is full grown tho thick;
fleshy stems nro stripped of, their
leaves, tied Into hunchc3 nnd served
as nsparngui). Tho leaves niocookcd
as splnnch und by many nro contid
crcd superior to thnt vegetable.
A story la told of Hcnjamin Lo Fofro
in connection with pussly. At his
Ohio homo the genial c.vcongrcssruan
had a vegetable garden, which tho
moro ho cultivated tho moro luxuri
antly grew pussly. Ho finally g"ivo
up tho attempt at gardening and per
mitted the pussly lo monopolize tho
premise?. IIo was ono diiy bomoin
ing his ill luck at trying to ralso veg
etables from goiernment seeds, and
was roundly accusing tho ngrlculttral
department of putting up packagon of.
pussly seeds instead of beet scods,
when a friend informed him that ns
nn article of food tho pussly was moro
valuable than tho beot. Whereupon ,
tho distinguished gardener tele
graphed to his head man to weed out
tho beets and cultivate tho pussly.
Tho order was carrlod out, much to
tho surprise of tho man of nil work,
who never bcioro heard of any ono
eating pussly. .
It hat In a C'oivbo) I
Whero tho cowboy comes from Is a
mystery. Ho Is ofton of Mexican
origin, and moro than half Indian. He
is a democrat always; ho lives uxder
tho flag of a republic, and knoire if.
Ho recognizes no social superior la
nny men; but, on tho other hand, to
thoso he considers his Inferiors, as tha
Indian or negro, no aristocrat or aris
tocrats could bo haughtier. He Is
brave to fool-hardiness, and will tfike
chances of his life that It would seem
nono but a crazy man would. Ho tf Jces
no manner of care of his health. When
a long way from tho camp or rancli,
he sleeps whoro nfght finds him on tho ,,
open prairie, with only tho stars for '
light Ho bathes when ho has timo, -r
und cats and drinks nnything ho can
get, and all ho can get He can be de
pended upon to do his work well, Ikj It'
nt camp or when drivinff .ina. hiL--bunch
of horse3 from the ranges to the
ranch. Ho is strong as an ox, ha an
unbounded lovo for gay trappings, and
is generally gay and free from care.
His chief characteristic Is a profound
contempt for tho denizen of tho cast,
w horn he calls a. tenderfoot Tho row
boy might not shine on Fifth avenue,
says Harper's Weekly, but he Is fcund
j'ust tho proper person for tho rancli,
and ho Is withal a very picturesque,
very useful, and very natural man.
The wages paid him are small, and are
usually expended as tho first oppor
tunity presonts itself. Ho thinks not
of the morrow. Ho is a creature of
toiday. Ho Is tho samo cowboy that
Murk Twain knew, and ho Is no differ
ent ivhcn driving tho booves In Kansas
or tho bunch of hott.es on the pralrloa
of Dakota and tho NorlhwejL
EYE-GLASSES FOR CATTLE.
Thousands or Animals Wearing Immenso
GoRRles In Austria.
At the suggestion of Dr. Vcrlncourt
of the department of agriculture ol
Russln, a largo number of farmers bavo
had recourso to bluo spectacles In or
der to preservo tho sight of their herds
of cattle, and in one province over 4,
000 aninials meander about with the
aid of blue glasses.
This has been found necessary be
cause tho reflection of tho light upon
tho snow has been so blinding that tens
of thousands of cattle have been at-'
tacked with ophthalmia.
According to a dispatch from Vienna
to tho London 'limes, the entire supply
of Vienna has been exhausted, and it
has been found necessary to obtain ad
ditional supplies from Paris and Lon
don. An English farmer, In Vienna,
says that the sight of thousands of cat--,
tlo giopmg their way through tho
snow with their oyos ln-oool ! Im .
mens.0 cofjrclcs is ono that can neither- "
bo imagined nor adequately described;
Time to Ael.
hthol "What did you say to George
when ho proposed?" Maud "I asked
for timo to consider; it was so unox-V
pectod, jou know." Ethel "It al
wayB is, after ono has given u? all' '
hope." Munsoy's Weekly. ,
Johnny "My father said It In iiobers
earnest, ma'am." Teacher "Wouldn't.
My father said It In earnest' meat, just ,
ns much, Johnny?" Johnny "X6,
ma'am; not If you know my father." 8 ,
Llmlra uazctto. 4
Daintiest Venton. - -
Tho roo deer Is tho smallest and ,,
most ncaily domesticated of tho thrco
species which inhabit Germany; It 1?'
likewise tho most beautiful, and lts-i
flesh Is tho daintiest venison kno jva to jj
tho epicure. ,
"Xo. Blr."' exclaimed the olltieLan
at tlio ward caucus, "there Is tqo'mucH'
talk about helping politicians. All"5
rvo want is. to bo allowod to help'our-
It Won't Work. . ! (i fr' Jc
Some of our people who ojipcHeneii
1 much difficulty In kooping iip"up-,w
pearances should try a hand u. keep'-
IngUown expenses. hpoco. 1
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