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The Coconino Sun.
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FLAGSTAFF, A1UZ0NA TEIUUTOltY, SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1891.
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Tho Oldest Dank la .Northern Arliona.
Merest Paid on Time Deposits.
Collections a Specialty.
Itcfercncea-W. H. Strong. President A. T. A
K F. ltallroad Company! Ellis WalnwrlKht,
Managing Director Arizona Cattle I'oaijwny,
fct. Louts, Ho.; llank ot California, San i'rau.
Your Banking Business Solicited,
J. II. H03KIN8, Jr., Cashier.
FIVE WERE DROWNED.
A TERRIBLY FATAL KENTUCKY
Tho Net Was Sprend for n llnui br rlsh,
but n Lou or Human Lite Wsi
tho ltesult All Were Well
W. L. VAN HORN,
ATTOHNfcY AT LAW.
DR. J. M. MARSHALL,
TENriST-OVPlCB ONK DOOU WEST OP
XJ the postoHlco. Tteth extracted withont
pain. flagstaff, Arizona.
W. Q. BTEWAlir. ED. M. DOE
STEWART & DOE,
ATTOllNEYB AT LAW OFFICE, TWO
doors west ol the JUonk hotel. Flagstaff,
DR. D. J. BRANNEN,
PHYSICIAN AND STJHOEON. FLU3STAFF,
Arizona Will respond promptly to all calls
rora an point on the Atlantie A X'acltio rati,
road. Oillce and drag store oppoelto the depot
Five Fishermen Drownr-rt.
Louisvillp. Kv.. Julv 21. Whilo selnlne
In tlio Tcnncssoe river, near Murray, j cs
terdny, Ed Brown, Walter Strator, John
I Moador, Dick Eaves and John T. Dramo
woro drow ncd. The party numborod eight.
Thoy tlod ono end of their soino, sovouty
fivo feet long, to tho bank and stretched
tho netting nearly straight out into tho
river. Stationed at intervals near tho
outer ond tho eight men, with only shoes,
bats and coats off, swam with tho solno
poles toward tho lloor.
None of thorn voro well acquainted with
tho river at that point, nnd thoy swam In
to tho swift, cold current. Suddenly ono
was selzod with cramps. A panlo followed.
Tho soino was dragged and Bramo, Brown
nnd Strator becamo ontnuglcd in it.
Mead nnd Eaves wero swopt under by tho
current, wnilo tho other three succeeded
In reaching tho bank. All tbo men drowned
woro well-known cltizcus near Murray
belonging to old families In tho country.
P. G. CORNISH,
PHYSICIAN AND HUltOEON-OFFICE IN
Daggs' balMlng, Flagstaff. Arizona. Will
answer calls on the A. & P. It. It.
E. M. SAN FORD,
ATTORNEY AT LW. PItESCOTT. ABU
V. zona. Will practice in nil the courts of the
All the FasliloiiaWa and Latest Styles
MADE TO ORDER.
A GOOD FIT GUARANTEED.
FINE ASSORTMENT OF
TWEEDS AND CORKSCREWS,
A SELECT LINE OF
ALWAYS ON -HAND.
Jab. W. Clam,
C. J. Eastman.
AMtruwa National Hank, Treasurer. '
Wholesale Dealers Say Thoy Arc Discrim
inated Against by the ltullroiutj.
TortKA, July 21. A complaint has been
filed with tho railroad commlssfoncrs by
ths wholcsnlo dealers of Hutchinson
ngalnst tho flvo systems of railways doing
uusiness in tuts state, for unjust dls
crimination In carload frolght rates
Tho complaint is signed by tho Hutchinson
Wholesale Grocery Company, H D. Leo
Mercantllo Company, tho Lohman-Hlggin-sou
Grocory Company, tho Wiohita Whole
sale Gioccry Company and Ramsey, Alton
Tho railroad companies will be Immedi
ately furnished with copies of tho com
plaint, and as soon as answers nro mado
tho dato of bearing will bo fixed.
Two Accident nt IMtHburs.
PiTMtinwj, Pa , July 21. Tho temporary
iresucs oi a new l'an Handlo railroad
bridgo across Corks run, six inllos bolow
this city, was washed away by a sudden
Hood shortly beforo noon to-day and thrco
workmen wero drowned.
About tho samo tlmo an Immcnso land
slido camo down tho Jiill below Duqucsno
heights and fell on a Charles street car
Tho car was crushed in, butnonoof tho
passongcrs woro Injured. It has been rale
lug bard sinco 11 o'clock last night and
considerable damago by washouts nnd
landslides Is rcportod along tho lines of
Lj ncli I.ur.
Arkansas Cur, Ark, July 21. At 2
o'clock yosterday morning John Tanner,
chargod with having nsassinated Dr. C C
iiuckner, near Dermott, Wednesday
night, uud who had been bound over to
await tho action of tho grand Jury, was
taken from tho calabooso by an armed mob
nnd hung to n tree. It Is understood that
borore ho was hanged Termer confessod
to tho crime, giving ns bis reason that bo
wanted to marry Calllo Marion, tho negro
girl who was cooking for Buckner, and
that Buckner was in tho way.
The Ohio Democrntlo Convention Selects
a Full Ticket.
Cleveland, O., July 18. James E. Camp
bell is renominated by tho Democrats oX
Ohio for governor. Tho convention was
worked by considerable' factional feeling
and a minority roport of tho committoo ou
platform was doleatcd by a closo vote.
Enthusiasm was general, howover, and
when tho result was finally announced
showing Campbell's nomination there was
another repetition of tho wild scones of
enthusiasm of the day. Tho delegates
encored and waved tholr handkerchiefs
ond tossed thblr hats, tho band in tho gal
lory struck up ''Tho Campbells tiro Corn
lug." Thcro was dissent only from tho
Hamilton county delegation. Whilo othors
wero cbeorlng tho Cluclnnatlans hissed
vigorously and rofused to bo quletod.
Tho official voto was: Campbell, BOH;
Ncal, 104; Kline, 60, nnd Congressman
"On behalf of Cuyanoga coUnty," said
the leader of tho Kllno men, "I move to
mako tho nomination of Campbell unani
mous." Appiauso.j tuo motion was
quickly put and declared on a viva voce
voto. Tho Neal men falling to demand tho
yeas and uaj s. Tho Hamilton men voted
no In a chorus, howover, and ns
If to cmphaslzo tholr Opposition, repeated
tuo "no, no, no," lor hair a minute. Fol
lowing tho announcement that tho motion
had provallcd, thoy hissed loudly and re
peatedly, notwithstanding tho cries of
"shamo, shame," from tho Cuyanoga del
oration. The platform demands tho roln
statement of a bl-metallo standard.
THE LAST ACT.
Tho Wurder Tragody Uncalled by tlie
Nashvili r, Tcnn., July IS. At an early
hour yosterday morning nows was rccelr
ed from Chattanooga that Judgo J. A.
Warder, at his summer homo on Lookout
mountain, had placed a pistol to his right
tcmplo and pulled tho trigger, Indicting a
ghastly wound and tho latest roports state
that ho Is dying.
In tho early part of last spring Judr-o
Warder entered his homo in an intoxicated
condition and for somo trivial roason be
gan abusing his family, and ho shot at his
son-in-law, Mr. Fugctt. Fugctt returned
tho shot but was killed by a second bullet
from Warder's pistol. Mrs. Fugett oho
received a slight wouud. Warder war
shot ond for a tlmo It w ns thought fotaUy
Injured but finally recovered.
Mr. Warder, beforo tho unfortunato
tragedy In w hlcb bo killed his son-in-law,
was ono of tho most promlnont politicians
In tho state. At tbo tlmo ho was men
tioned as Republican nominee for gov
ernor. Ho served for a time ou tho su
premo bench of tbo stato.
LIQUOIt MKX KAIDED.
Authorized Capital, $5,000,000.
Subscribed Capital, $4,500,000.
('resident; F. W. H
Officers! P. 3. rinnn.ii
Hfat.n VI.. D...IJ..,. , X
I'uDSton. Brcrebirv! J.'ll itn.kin. t.' ,."
nreci W. L. Van Hum. Attorney;
Atlantic & Pacific R.R. Go.
.TIME TABLE NO. 01.
Sunday, April 26, 1891.
No.1 1 NoT
No.i I No.4.
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F.T.Binnr, W, A. llissiw,
Ueneral Agent, Gen'l Passenger Agt,
Albnqnerqqe, N. M.
Preiooit Jnnctlon-Preecott Ariiona Ii U.
war for Fort Whipple and Prescott.
llarstow-CsllfornlafuDthern Hallway for Los
Angeles, San Diego and other southern Califor
nia points. '
Mojave-Sonthern TaciGo for Ban Francisco,
Sacramento and Northern California points.
.PULLMAN PALACE BLEEP1NO CAHS.
rio cnange is maue by Bleeping tiir Passenger
Diego and Los Angeles and Chicago,
between Ban Francisco end kanssa City, or baa I
ir'xu auu MW AUXBira wju uniCB.D. I
The Grand Canon ot the ColoroJo. hitherto in.
A .Tllnlster blobbed.
Finl.it, O , July 19. Last night a mob
in sympathy with tho saloons Uslted Hov
Soldonger's residenco at Norlh KIdgovillo
nftcr ho and his wlfo had retired and bom
barded tbo bouso with brickbats, breaking
out tho windows on tho loner portion of
tho house and othorwlso damaging tho
property. Sbvoral of tho boulders landed
in tho bed in which tbo reverend gontlo
man and his wlfo wero accustomod to
sloop, but on this particular night, very
fortunately, as it proved, they had retired
to another room.
Quny 1 111 Heslgn.
.PiTTsncno, July 21. In answer to a tolo
gram sent to Hon. M. S Quay by tho cor
respondent of tho Associated Press of this
city, concerning tho reports published in
tho morning papers that ho would resign
tbo chairmanship of tho Republican nation
al executivo comraittco at tho coming moot
ing, tho following was received to-night:
HocuKSTrn, Pa , July 21.
"It is probablo, but not certain, that I
will resign tho chairmanship of tho oxecu
tivo commlttco on tho 29th.
M. S. Qoat."
Gallati.y, Mo., July 21. A dozen or
moro men, black and while, wero playing
cards and drlpklng In a box car last night.
A row occurred botween Doo Law son and
Bill Bishop, both whlto. Aaron Brown,
coloiod, interfered and hold Bishop,allow
ing Lawson to got awav. This so enraged
Bishop that, upon leaving tho car with
Brown a fow minutes inter, ho suddenly
plunged a largo knlfo Into the colo.-od
man's nbdomon.dlsombowollng him. Death
resulted in a fow mjnutos.
St. Loots, July 10. Deputy United
Statos Marshals Nail and McCoae havo re
turned from a nlno dny'j trip in tho wilds
Of Southeast Missouri, where thoy havo
been hunting among tho bayous, lagoons
ond canobraicers for moonshiners. As
trophlosof their success thoy brought back
with thorn two prisoners by tho namo of
Thco and Thomas Hatton, captured on
what Is known in that section ns Cowskin
bayou, located in tbo lower part of Pomls
The Kantas Exhibit.
Tofeki, July 31. Whilo but oightcon
counties hare sent In their proportion of
money for tho world's fair oxhlbit, over
seventy counties havo organized and re
ported. Tho secretary of tho agricultural
board is in receipt of many lino samples
of wheat, oats and such other agricultural
products as aro roady. Tho diroctors fetjl
that their work will bo successful and aro
assured that Kansas will havo an exhibit
suporlor to tho famous Philadelphia ex
hibit. itlr. lllnlnc'e Condition.
Bah Haiidor, July 19. Secretary Blaino
took his drivo to-day as usual. Besides
driving ho walks considerably every day.
Ho has a path upon his own grounds whoro
lio i overs from one-half to three-quarters
ot a ratio por day. Ho is constantly Im
proving in health. His physician says:
"Tho Improvement has beon much moro
npld lately than at first, and ho is moro
GoTornment Olllclalt Unenrth Another
St. Louis, July 19. United States rev
cnuo ofilcers sent dlroct from Washington,
havo been on a still hunt boro for some
tlmo. As a result thoy havo mado tbo ox
tcuslvo seizure of goods belonging to the
Nelson Distilling Company, Touecbcr &
Co., bchnrff, John Bordcnhclr and sovoial
other woll known liquor housos and before
to-morrow night, when tho raid will ccajo,
a dozen or moro firms will havo bocomo
Tho grounds upon which tho seizures nro
being mado, as reported from tho office of
tbo United States revonuo collector, aro
tho changing and dofaclng of the govern
ment brands and marks upon barrels of
whisky sold to retail customors, nnd dis
crepancy In tho proof of tho whisky after
its proof bad been stamped and certified
to by tho government.
Itaum on Pciiftiom.
Chicago, July IS. A local now bureau
quotes Pension Commissioner Itaum as
talking In this who to tho local pension
agent nt Chicago:
"Affairs havo been going altogether too
slowly In tfio pension dopartment," ho Is
put down as saylug, "and I am going to
hurry through and dump 350,000 original
cases upon tho various pension agencies of
tho country boforo tho year Is out. There
is no sonso In lotting those cases hang on
and I sco co reason why, with tho big forco
of clerks at my command, wo should not
dispose of tho cases nt onco. Then when
thoy are disposed of I can get rid of a lot
of clerks I havo thcro; perhaps wo can do
tho work with half tho force after wo dis
poso ot tho original cases."
Gcnoral Raum was qulto enthusiastic
o0r bis now schomo and eald ho had ll
roady given orders in accordanco with his
No Grnnaliopper rlnsiie.
LAwnESCE, Kas., July 10. Chancellor
Snow, of tho stato university, to-day re
ceived a telegram from the department
tt agriculturo at Watbington request
ing him to go to Western I.lH3as and
Kastorn Colorado nnd rcpart In rcfir
tuco to tho grasshopper invasion.
Ho loft lot tbo West by tho first
train, and is tdbo Joined" im ths way by
Professor Popcnoo and Other stientiStaj
nnd together they will mako a thorough
investigation in rbfereneo t6 tho
alleged threatened grasshoppdr raid.
Boforo lcu ilia Chancellor Snow said
thoio should bo no foar In Kansas
this year from 'hoppers. Tho swarms of
them that hav buen seen in Eastern Colo
rado and Wcsidtii IWasnrotiot tho genu
Ino "Kansas red legs' but rt grasshopper
that is found every year upon tho jirnlrie'i
of tho West, and thoy cau do no porccpti'
"Tho I?fcky mountain locust, known to
tho scientist as cnloptenus sprctus. Is tho
ono that docs tho dumago," said tho
chancellor, "and tip buds that nro so
plonWul lit thft West ndw dio tho long
winged hoppers, tbd dlsaostelra longlpcn
nls of tho 'bugologist,' Thoy fan ilot fly
f.ir, and do not attempt it. I havo no
doubt bat tbo stories nbou', their stopping
trains aro truo. A few thousand of them
upon tho mils, where they always crawl
whon tho nights ato I'co), would causa tho
wheels of an engino (0 slip, afld oil uit ur)
grado would stop dlmost any heavy trairi
"Tto migratory species first mentioned
come hero from tho Northwest, but thoy
will not como unless vcgotailort in
Nobraskn, Wyoming and Dakotas falls.
If thoy havo plenty to cat, as thoy
havo this year, thoy will remain nt
homo. Tho long w inged hopper likes buf
falo grass bottor than ho docs corn, and ho
wouldn't COmd hero if ho could, nnd be
can't if bo would. No ono need bo in tha
least alarmed, for there is no danger."
Horror of Horror.
AitiuxsAS Citt, Kas., July 18, Somo
weeks ago a dispatch from Tort Smith,
Ark., stated that William Westmoreland,
John Caglo aud John Bird had been
brought in from tho Indian Territory nnd
Imprisoned for tho murder of two strang
ers in tho Cherokco Strip about a J car ngo.
A correspondent has been looking up the
past history of tho prisoners and finds that
they aro part of the most despcrato and
villainous gang in tho West aud that tho
cabin wboro thoy lived is a slaughter pen
bloodier and moro horrible than tho notori
ous Bendor houso In Kansas.
A prominent Choiokco official states it
as bis belief that this gang has murdered
and robbed ten or a dozen largo camping
parties, leaving no ono to toll tho story of
their bloody fa to. His son nnd another
Cbcrokoo boy fished a mattress, cal pet aud
other camp furniture, covered with blood,
not far from tho Westmoreland cabin and
discovered where a largo number of bodies
had been burned in a log heap.
About tho tlmo Oklahoma opened three
or four mon who had stopped at tho West
morclands or In tho immediate vicinity
mysteriously disappoaroJ. Tho list of
probablo victims of tljls slaughter pen will
run into tho scores and cuough evidence
con easily bo secured to convict tho pris
oners and others a dozen times over. All
around the old cabin nro found evidences
of murder and theft, aud tho proof against
them for tho murdor of tho two strangers
a yoar ngo Is strong enough to insuro tho
gallows that stand on tho territory lino
at Fort Smith, nu addition of four or five
to its large list of victims.
Toiioxto, Out., July 18. Tho Interna
tional Educational Association elected the
following officers : Prcsldont, E. H. Cook,
of Now York; socrotnry, II. W. Stevonson,
oi Kansas; treasurer, J. M. Greenwood,
of Missouri; first ico president, W. K
Garrett, of Tennessee; second vlco presi
dent, C. II. Clemer. of North Carolina:
vlco presidents at largo, G. L. Osborn, of
Missouri; U. H. Preston, of Mississippi; It.
P. Mollroy, of Oregon; W. H. Bartholo
mew, of Kentucky; Miss Nobraskn Crop
soy, of Indiana; William Beardsboar, ol
Iowa; Irwin Sbcpard, of Minnesota, and
A. P. Marblo of Massachusetts.
&. H0IHUBLE ACCIDENT.
A FRESH DISASTER RBSULffiUQ
IN ELEVEN KILLED.
(IniVo Wrought In rt Itallroad Accident
Near Llvorpo'cl,' I'nglund Caused
by the MIstako or a HStt
Uoj of Seventeen,
A l!orrlb) Accident.
LivEHrooL, July 31, A terrible accident
Vcnrrcd this morning along ths line Of the
Manchester fchip canal. A trairi passing
along tho railroad runtlfdg near the 4anal
fell over the lattcr's embankment toeit
this city, killing cloven men who were
working under the heading. In addition
to tho men killed many other workmen
'ihdBcoldo'nt along tho lino of tho Man
chester ship Canal was dtlo to the fact that
tho pointsman, a boy 17 year's- of ago, mis
understood tho points und turned a rail
road train, consisted of twonty-two wagons
loadod with ballast,lnto a siding into u cut
ting. The train then crashed Into a slight
buffer at tbo end of tho cuttng,and toppled
Over upon tha men at work below the em
bnnkmetlL The bodies of tho killed were horribly
mutilated. Tho boy pointsman rati mvay
when bo saw tho accldont which was duo
to his mistake- Tho lad was caught later
In tho day and was charged with man
slaughter. A Terrible Mornl.
West SorEmoit, Wis., July (8,Ia an
instant yO'slOrdny Afternoon, by tho giant
play of a tornado, half a hundred human
beings wero caged in a death trap. A flbm
bcr of buildings wero ravaged throughout
tho city, but tho extraordinary climax of
tho storm was enacted in tho hotel being
constructed. Over two score unfortunato
workiugmen were tho victims.
Scarcely flvo minutes elapsed from a
moment wheu tho iflon, full of energy,
were progressing with their tasks till tho
frightful whirlwind was milos distant In
its path of destruction and tho poor, bo
grimed aud mangled men in tho ill
starred hostelry wero being brought out
of tho debris. The dnmago In tho country
districts will bo almost unprecedented
in this section.
Iho storm lnstod only about thirty min
utes, but during that period many thou
sands of dollars of damago was done, be
sides taking fivo lives.
Tin: pope's illm:ss.
nccessable to tourists can be reached by takln hopoful and confident about himself."
this line via Peach Springs, and a sUgo rldo '
General Brown Dead.
IswAjfAroLis, Inu., July 19 Gcnoral
from tbenco of bnt twenty. three miles, 'iliis
Canyon Is the grandest and most wonderful ot
xmmro a wnrgR,
Stop at Flagstaff and hunt deer, bear and wild Tpm Brown, who for so many yoars rcpro-
IWHU we VB T anil V1UI VW&Ufti. j U4vl , uiu,, jrire.ujr,
A Chicago A Erlo Past Freight Runs Into
u Work Train.
Lima, O., July 19. A bad wreck occurcd
yesterday flvo miles cast of Kenton.
Swift's refrigerator meat train oast, run
ning special, ran Into tho work train pull
ing into a siding, killing nlno laborers aad
Injuring many others.
Both locomotives woro in ruins, with ton
or tw elvo cars. Tho telegraph wires along
tho Erio aro down oast o Kenton and west
of Mai ion and tho tclophonoglrl at Kontor
has gono homo. Further dotails cannot be
learned hero to-night.
Whipped by "IVultccnps.
Toi.lahoma, Te:w., July 18. There was
a whitecap outrage committed hero last
night about 10 o'clock, though it wasdono
so qulotly nnd by maskod partlos that it is
next to lmpossiblo to get any authontlo par
ticulars. About tbo hour montloncd maskod
men solzed Mr. Ed O'Connor, of this placo,
and took him to a grovo In tho suburbs of
tho town, whore thoy whippod him severe
ly with switchos. Tho alleged causo for
this outrago is that ho mistreated bis wlfo.
Tha Howell Failure
Ciucaoo, July 17. Tho work of attach
ing tho property of tho S. K, Howell Lura
bor company at Omaha and Atchison by
tho First National bank of this city, wis
completed boro yesterday when C. M.
Chantry, representing tho bank, took pos
session of tho proporty in this city on a
claim for $300,000. Tho firm's attornoy
says It can pay dollar for dollar and have
a surplus of 5O0,0OJ loft.
Tho Cattle Going.
Arkansas Citt, Kas., July 18. Captain
Hall roports that all cattlo aro out of tho
Strip east of the Itock Island railway.
There aro still many thousands west oi
thcro. Tho boomers aro organizing nnd
will destroy grass and cnttlo with tiro If
thoy nro not gono in ten days.
Andrew Curnealo Want an Itntato.
Olasoow, July 17 Tho Weekly Citizen
of this city, says that Mr. Andrew Car
negie, of York, has beon inspecting tbo
sakMblo estates at Fun all no, Hoyors and
vorgo. oy, and that it Is bcllovcd thit It Is
Mr. Carnegie's intention to sottlo down as
o Ilighlund laird.
Domestic Labor nt a Premium.
Wasuisotox, July 21. A lottcr to the
bureau of American Republics says:
"Since tho emancipation of slaves in
Brazil tho domestic servlco as woll as the
agricultural labor of tho republic has been
greatly demoralized, and many families
find themsolvcs entirely without sorvauts,
tho colored people tho former slaves re
fusing to work for lovo or money.
Postponed for a AVed.llnc.
Paris, July 21. A great crowd gathered
at La ltoquotto prison yesterday morning
to witness tbo execution of tho murderess,
Boylnnd and her companion, Doroo. Tho
would-bo spectators wero disappointed,
howover, as tho execution was postponed
on account of the marrlago of Executioner
Dcshler's son and assistant to tho daugh
tor of a provincial executioner.
All Home Is Startled OTCr the Fact
the PontlrT Danger.
Home, July 21. Homo was no less star
tled than the rest of tho world to learn
yesterday that his holiness Popo Leo XIII
had on Thursday been seized by a serious
illness. Tho announcement of tho fact,
lato as it was, camo unacompanied
by any particulars as to tho
nature of tho malady which bad so sudden
ly prostrated tbo holy father. AU that is
known is tbo fact that tho illness of tho
aged i)on t lit was of such a nature as to
cause a panic in tho Vatican and sending
In hot basto for Dr. Carcarelli, tho distin
guished Italian specialist.
Cartiiaoe, Mo , July 21, Last night at
11 o'clock cries wero beard issuing from a
houso at tho corner of Oak and Orner
streets, occupied by a Mrs. Smith. In
vestigation disclosed tho dead bodies
of a woman and a farmer namod Jeff
Ullbcrt lying sido by sido on tho bed.
In tho head of each were bullet boles
tolling tho story of tho death. A little
child was sloeping peacefully In a crib on
tho other sido of tho room. Who caused
tho deaths has not been ascertained but it
is supposed that Gilbert first -shot tho
woman and then himself, being instigated
by Jealousy. Tho coroner will hold an inquest.
Killed, from Ainbiiali.
Louisville, July 18. Near Columbia,
Ky., Tyler Grant, fiom ambush shot and
klllod Tylor Gorman. Grant Is injail. Ho
says ho mistook Gorman for York Gor
man, Tyler's brother, who ho claims to
havo threatened to kill Grant on sight.
Gorman was at work in his field whon shot.
EvroniA, Kas., July 13. Twonty-Dvc
horses were burned to death last night in
tho livery stoblo of Fleming & Green.
Somo of tlpp animals wero very vnluablo
and wero owned by prominent cltlzons.
Tho barn was of stono, well Ullcd with hay
in tho loft which burned llko tinder.
Colorado Citt, Cor., July 17. A tor
riblo freight wreck occurred on tho Colo
rado Midland nt Uto Pass about 1 o'clock
this morning, which resulted in tho death
of tho cnginoor nnd fireman of tho train
nnd tho total destruction of eleven cars
loaded with ore nnd bullion.
An Old Settler Dead.
Marshall, Mo., July 17. Ellas Shan
non, nged 83 years, ono of tho first settlers
and best known citizens of this county,
died at his homo in this city Inst night.
hchoonom Sent Rack.
Victoria, July 10 Tho scaling schooner
Magglo Mac, Captain Cot, returned from
tho north last evening. Captain Cox re
ports being stopped nt tho entrance to
Bchring sea by tho United Statos steam
ship Thotis, shown tho proclamation, and
warned if caught in tho sea after tho noti
fication bis vessel would bo seized. The
scboonor thoroforo returned to Victoria.
New York, July 19. A Chineso leper
has been discovered in an cast sido laundry.
Ho Is Chin Hop Sing, and when tho repro
sontatlvo of tho health authorities paid
him a professional visit ho was industri
ously Ironing a shirt. Ho has boon a leper
olght months, and seven months of that
tlmo ho has spent In washing tho linen of
tho cast aiders.
Tho health offlco, aftor examination, de
cided that it was a genuine case of loprosy,
but say tboy cannot tako tho man In chargo
becauso they havo no placo to tako him.
A Mafisacro Threatened.
Minneapolis, July 19. Governor Mer
rlam has rocelvod nows of troublo on tho
Mlllo Lacs reservation. A dispatch signed
by representatives of 800 whites on tho
reservation says that tho Indians aro
threatening a massacre of all tho whites
thcro and an appeal is mado for Immodiato
protection. Tho governor has tolo
grnphod to Washington to know what tho
government will do, and says that unless
tho government will effect tho protection
asked for ho will uso the power of tho
stato to defend tho sottlcrs.
A l'ntal Holler lixploalon.
Chillicotiii', Mo., July 2t.-Tho son of
a propriotov of n sawmill owned by a man
named Simpson was killed and two em
ployes seriously Injured by tho explosion
tho boltor yesterday. ; ' "
Ground to Death.
Eau Claire, Wis., July 21. Arthur
Adams, uged 13 years, was thrown from
his horso directly In front of an electric
car and killed. Tho front wheels crushed
young Adams to death nearly sovoring his
head and one leg. Tho driver, Tom Barot,
stopped tho car so suddenly that tho ma
chinery of tho car was torn to pioccs and
tho brako chain snapped.
Two Girls Drowned. "Y
Pittston, Pa, July 18. Two sisters,
Kato and Mary McGowan, aged 18 and
W years respectively, whoso homo was at
Avoca, were drowned in tho Susquohana
river here last night. Thoy were boating
with Jamos Lauo, aged 17 years. Sudden
ly tho boat began to fill with water and be
foro thoy could return to shoro it sank.
Tor-EKA, July 18. Tho live stock com
mission in session considered tho move
ment of Southern cattlo out of Kanstts
City to Kansas polnu for slaughter. Four
ases of "big bead" or "swellod jaw" had
oecn reported and tho cattlo condemned.
It is reported that they were shipped from
Kansas City aftor such condemnation.
rclfer In Kentucky.
Louisville, July 10. Tho People's par
ty is making great efforts to secure a good
showing at tho August election In Ken
tucky. An organization was pcrfoctcd at
Newport yesterday and candidates nomi
nated, and Senator Poller mado his first
speech In tho stato atShelbyville. Peffer's
speech wassomcthlngof a disappointment.
St. Locib, July 18. William Welb, pres
ident of tho National Amalgamated Asso
ciation of Iron and Steel Workers, arrived
hero, and mado an offort to compromiso
tho troublo nt tho Ncidrlnghaus rolling
mill, but the attempt was a failure,
A small rabid dog bit threo children of
amos O. Bhouso of Llborty, Mo.
, The English bonuo of Lords has passed
tho irhrlt land bill to third reading.
All notes offered at (fit) Hunk of Spain
last Monday were cashed in silvdf.
Treasurer Nobcckcr has returned to
Wellington and resumed bis duties.
Tho postal sMbsIdies bill is expected to
cost the government t, o5,0Q0 annually.
Great damage was dono to crops In three
Minnesota counties last Thursday by hull.
Tho silver purchases last Friday aggre
gated 400,000 ounces at from $1.00875 to
Two largo banks of Buenos Ayres, which
recently g-ctpendo-J, have resumed busi
ness. Salton lake in tho desert continues rising
until now tho overflow reaches 2,000 square
Tho peoplo of Knoxvlllo, Tonn., havo
voted to issue JM), 000 bonds for sewers and
N. C. Stark & Co , bankers of Oneida,
N. Y., havo failed, with probably $20O,OOJ
In a battle with burglars in West Su
perior, Wis., a policeman shot ono of tho
Tho men charged with having taken part
in tho Ticino revolt in Switzerland havo
Cholera Is raging in Mecca and Moham
medan pilgrims are strictly quarantined
for twenty days.
President Harrison and party w ill visit
W. J. Arkcll of Judge at Mount McGregor,
N. Y., August 18.
Tho Frank A. Ilobblns' circus and
mecagcrio has been solzod by tho sheriff
at Huntington, Pa.
Tho silver purchases by tho treasury
last Monday aggregated 193,000 ounces at
from $1,075 to $1,003.
Tho Scandinavian singers of the United
States began their bionnial festival at
Minneapolis last Friday.
The miners fit tirard, I1L, bavo struck
to forco tho company V pay their wages
weekly according to law.
Tho Pennsylvania Kteel company of Har
rlsburg, Pa., has refused W sign tho amal
gamated association scale.
S. T. Stewart's store and dwelling near
Eureka, Kan, were destroyed by fire.
Loss $2,000; lnsuranco $500.
The Russian church proposes to tako
measures to repress tho stundists which
aro growing strong in Russia.
Miss Mabel Mason, daughter of a ligbt
houso keeper in Lako Erie, has beon
awarded a medal for saving a lifo.
Senator Allison spent tho entire morning
last Friday at Cape May Point with tho
president and also dined with him.
In a duel with sabers near Pcsth, last
Sunday, Hungarian deputy Pplonyl was
badly wounded by Deputy Gayara.
All the street railway employes in Toledo
numbering 482, struck last Wednesday for
an advance from $1.05 to $2 per day.
Tho w ifo of tho Hon. M. Stewart, vice
prcsldont of tho Ohio bar association, klll
od herself with corrosive sublimate.
Warrants are out for a number of lum
bermen In and about Ashland, Wis , for
cutting timber from government land.
An unknown man was run over and
killed on tho ltock Island track in East
Des Moines somo tlmo last Wcdcnsday
Miss Ireno W. Colt of Norwich, Conn.,
has been granted the first certificate of
admission to Yale college ever given to a
Tlio comptroller of tho currency has au-
Hhorizcd tho old Second National bank of
Aurora, III., to begin business with a capital
Count WUIian Bismarck, second son of
Princo Bismarck, has resigned tho presi
dency of tho regoncy of Hanover and will
retire to Varscln.
Thirty-ono pauper immigrants were re
turned to Europe from Now York last
week whilo twenty-eight moro were held
for return this week.
Peter Byram, ono of the oldest and best
Known citizens of Atchison county, died at
his homo at Shannon, fivo miles west of
Atchison, last Monday.
Percy Hudson, proprietor of tho Enter
prise hotel of Sllverton, Col., shot and
klllod the girl with whom ho was in love,
and then killed himself.
In a dispute beforo arofereo at Amster
dam, N. Y., last Saturday, ex-City Attor
noy White struck City Attorney Reynolds
a iolont blow in tho face.
Tho old Boatman's fire and marino ln
suranco company of Pittsburg has decided
to go out of business. Its risks havo been
assumed by another company.
Arscnlo is food has causod the death of
Bernard Cornelius and tho probably fatal
sickness of five others living near Kusscll
villo, Ky. No ono is suspected.
E. Wiggers, tho Jeweler of Washvlllo
Ky., who was robbed of $3,000 worth of
diamonds by a sneak thief has assigned
with $15,000 osscsts and $15,000 liabilities.
Tho body of Mrs. William Bidder was
found in, a clump of brush about a mile
from Long Prairie, Minn. From appear
ances sho was murdered and has been dead
During a sovcro storm last Monday even
ing, John Dillard, a farmer near Sodalia,
was struck and killed by lightning. His
wlfo was prostrated and now lies in a
Ellas Phipps of Mary township, la , was
shot oy tus H-year-old son last night.
Phipps camo homo drunk and was beating
his wifo, when the boy took a musket and
shot his father in tho back.
A 'Gorman engineer namod Sandmann
has been fined 450 marks at Glatz for hyp
notizing a girl named Emily Winter, throo
times daily for a week, by which treat
ment she was driven violently mad.
At a mooting of tho governor and council
of New Hampshlro Georgo F. Pago of
Concord was appointed a member of the
World's fEz commission, vlco Colonel E.
M. Shaw el Lebanon, elected executivo
officer ot the board.
Tho government of France has como to
an understanding with tho Hayticn gov
ernment by which tho question raised by
tho shooting of M. Rigaud has been set
tled. Haytl will pay tho ludcmnlty de
manded by Franco for the incident.
Tho medical examination of twenty-four
civilian applicants for appointments as
second lieutenants in tho army has been
completed and throo have failed to pass
tho rigid requirements of tho surgeons.
There is also somo doubt as to tho fitness
of two othor candidates. Tho mental ex
amination will begin to-day.
Tho miners at Spring Valley, 111., whf
havo been on a strlko sinco May 25 bavo
offered to resume work on condition that
tho gross weight system of weighing coal
bo adopted, with semi-monthly pay days.
This proposition has beon submitted to W.
L. Scott, presidont of the coal company,
ITfurder ITIysterj Solrcd'.
JJfnve j, Col , July IP. Tho Times pub
lishes a sonsatiocal story from Grand
Junction which, U true, wilt liberate Sam
uel Jonen from tho penitentiary, where ho
is now serving a sentenco Of a lifo tlmo.
During tho year 1SS) John h. Campbell,
and Samuel Jones wero partners In a big;
cVUtls raacb near Unawcep canon, Mesa
county, Co! On tho afternoon of May 19
Jones lcfi. the ranfh on horseback for Sll
verton, fxpocting to reach there somo
timo tbo next day. Soreral hours later
Campbell also left tho cabin for a distant
part of Ui range Jones was never seen
alivo aft-tr leaving tho house, nnd days
afterwards bis body w as found in a lonely
spot rids cd with bullets.
Campbell was arrested for tho murder of
his partn :r, and though stoutly maintain
ing hit Innocence bo was convicted on cir
cumstantial evidence and sentenced to tbo
pcnltentUry nt Canon City for thlrty-thrto
years. During tho trial, Bob and Ira Smith,
two covHioys of tho "Bad-inaii-with-a-gun"
order wo ro Very zealous In their efforts to
fasten tlio crime on Campbell and were
rory Indignant that ho should escape with
bis lifo and organized a mob to lynch him
but were frustrated.
Yorco, a convict friend of tbo cowboys,
now tells a story which is to tho affect that
they aro the men who killed Joucs, and
Campbell is innocent.
War Asalust Coinnlct Labor.
Nashville, Tcnn., July 18. An attempt
to operate tho coal mines at Briceville, in
Anderson county, with convict labor has
led to serious troublo. Tho mines at Brice
ville havo alw ays been operated with f rco
labor, but were abandoned somo tlmo ago
becauso c f tbo fact tha', owing to the price,
of labor, as tho owners say, thcro was no
money In them for tho owners of the mines.
Tho Briosvillo mines nro operated by tho
Knoxvillo Iron Company which now leases
tho men nt tho Coal Creek branch prison.
Tho frco labor of tho state is unalterably
opposed to tbo leasing of convict labor.
Tho Indignation and resentment culminated
last night, in tho convicts and their guards
being driven from tbo field. Governor
Buchanan to-day received tho following:
"A mob of 300 men overpowered tho
guards at the new prison last night and
forced the lessees to carry the convicts on
to Knoxvillo. Tho sheriff sajs he is un
able to protect tho mon. Twtf or moro
military companies needed at once. Situ
An Alabama Slioollns Alrra).
BtRMixonAM, Ala., July 18. At 7 o'clock-to-night
a duel with pistols took placo in a
saloon butween Eugene II Bycrs, au Ex
United Slates deputy marshal and Wesloy
Garner, an cx-pollceman, in which both
men were shot. An old grudgo existed bc
twsen them, and thoy fought to-day and
attempted to shoot each other, but wero
separated. To-night they met again in
tho saloin and opened lire upon each
other. Garner was shot In the stomach
and Is dying, and Byers was seriously
wounded Both wero dangerous charac
ters. Keller Wanted.
St. Pjitersbcro, July 21. Tho rural
assembly of tho province) of Kazan, whero
the distress is most acute, has decided to
apply to tho goernmcut for a loan of GO,-
000 rubles. The rural assembly will also
ask for a delay in tho collection of peasant
taxes and will request that tho manu
facture of brandy from corn bo prohibited.
A genertl appeal for funds to usslst tho
suffering peoplo has also been issued.
A Dodo anil Tco.Iicr Killed.
Little Rock, July 18. Dr. O. C. Buck-
ner, a leading physician of this state was
assassinated Wednesday night wbilo sit
ting on tlio veranda of bis home. Tho shot
was fired in the darkness of tho night and
tho perpetrator of tho dcod escaped un
seen. There is no clue. At Monticclio
to-day, Prof. E. K. Harney, a school teach
er, was shot aud instantly killed by ono of
Tlio Hoard Complete.
Jejtzrios Citt, Mo , July 17. Governor
Francis t day added throo new members
to the state board of agriculture, whlcli
make? this board complete. Tho nppointees
are: Col. Morman J. Colman,for tho Ninth
congressional district; W. T. Hearno, of:
Jackson county, for tbo Fifth; Dr. J. J.
McGowan, of Butler county, for tho Tour
tocnth. Oklahoma Counties.
Washi!! otos, July 21. Acting Secretary
Chandler has Issued an order providing for
tha extension of tho lines of counties in
Oklahoma so as to havo each contain 700
squaro rales and also providing for tho
subdivision of other land into counties of
about 700 square miles each.
An Unhappy Ending.
LucerJiE, July 21. Tbo famous African
explorer, Henry L Stanley is now stop
ping at Murron. There is current thero a
rumor, which seems to como from a roll
ablo source; that tho famous traveler and
his wife, formerly Miss Dorothy Tennant,
Tbo Turin Modified.
Paris, luly 18. Tho chamber of depu
ties, has passed tho final clauso of tho
tariff bill, and has also approved tho gov
ernment bill modifying tho tariff of May,
1SS1, and fixing at 20 francs per 10) kiloa
tho duties of American salt pork, bams
New York, July 21. Thirty immigrants,
all Russiin Jews, are in tbo detention
bureau o; tho superintendent ot cmlgra- ,
tion. It is probablo that they will bo sent
back, as each ono has been "assisted," and
tho law :n, assisted emigration Is tncx
rtble. Killed by Llglitulus;.
MicniOAX Cur, July 10. Karl M. Car
penter was instantly killed by lightning,,
early yescrday morning whilo in tho samo
bed with his wife and child, neither of
whom wis injured in the least.
"Favorlna: Beclproclty, 4
Ottaw.i, Ont, July 18. A resolution, In
favor of unrestricted reolprootty between
tho UnlUd States and Canada, has been '4
adopted by tho provincial legislature of,
Princo Edward Island.
A Fearrul Explosion. .
Dk.we i, July 17. Fivo workmen cm-
ployed at the electric light woiks in blast- -Ing
some rock, desired to open a can of,,
eiant povfder. Ono of tho men struck tho
head ot tho can with u pick and a tcrrib'o
explosion Immediately followed. AU fivo .
of tho men were fearfully burnod and tore,
too of th sm will die.
Srnntor Insalla Coins Abroad.
WASnrtaTOjr, July 31. Ex-Senator In.
galls Is going abroad with W. A. Crofut's
autumn party, to go through 'Europo toS f2
GMece. J erusalem nnii P.jcnt Thm"!.! iRtSr
..J l. . HUH.l .f u um . i- ' -" o-r"" "-'j ".tj-
uuu ..iTiU, . ii, wm resuu, m a ro- leave Au just 23 and return in about thrcoP
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