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ThotuJcst Dank la Northern Arizona.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits,
Collections a Specialty.
Iteterences-W. R 8troi8. I'reaUent A.T.
K F. llailroml Company; Ellis Wslnwright,
Jlanaslnn Director Ariitma Cattle Cocaiwiy,
bt. Lonis, SIo.; Unuk of California, Ban Fran.
Your Banking Business Solicited,
J. II. H03K1N8, Jr.. Cashier.
W. L. VAN HORN,
TTOltNhY AT LAW.
DR. J. M. MARSHALL,
DKNlIdT-Omci: ONE DOOIt WK8T OF
the postottice. Teeth extracted without
iain. rlsgstatl, Arizona.
W. Q. BTKWAHT. HD. M. DOE.
STEWART & DOE,
ATTOllNEYs AT LAW OFF1CK, TWO
doors wast of the llartk hotel. i-'Ibes'au',
DR. D. J. BRANNEN,
PHYSICIAN AND dUHOEON, FLAGSTAFF,
Arizona Will respond promptly to nil calls
from any point on tho Atlantic Vuctno rail,
road. Utlice and drnjj store opposite the depot.
P. G. CORNISH,
PHYSICIAN AND HOHQEON-OFFICE IN
Das.' balldln. Flagstaff. Arizona. Will
answer calls on the A. A 1. It. 1L
E. M. SAN FORD,
ATTOHNEY AT LAW. VHK8COTT, ABU
zona. Will practlco In all the courts ot ih
All tbe Fastionaole and Latest Styles
MADE TO ORDER.
A GOOD FIT GUARANTEED.
FINE ASSORTMENT OF
TWEEDS AND CORKSCREWS,
A SELECT LINE OF
ALWAYS ON HAND.
'-,? W. Clam, C. J. Kastmax.
President. Bee'y and Manager.
Aur.iiic.in National Uahk, Treasurer.
jjjfc Authorized Capital, $5,000,000. '
f Subscribed Capital, $4,500,000.
HaintaH Local OHIcch: P. J. Ilrannen,
Pft-sident; F. W. Bisson, Vice 1'resldenti a M.
lan.ton, becretary; J, II. Jloskins, Jr., Treas.
urer; W. L. Van Horn, Attorney.
Atlantic & PacifiG R. R. Go.
ItoiEABLE NO. 81. .
W IN EFFECT
Sunday, April 20, 1801.
No 3 1 No.t.
No.2 1 No.l.
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4 10 1
2 30p I
F. T. lilHBT, W. A HISHKLL.
General Agent, Gcn'l Passenger Agt,
Albuquerque, N. M.
Albannerqao A. T. & S. F. 11. It, for all points
rati and south,
l'reaeott Junction Prtsrott a Arizona r tl-
war for Fort Vt hippie and l'rescott.
llarstow CalHorniat-onlhern Hallway for Los
ADcjeles, fan Diego and other suuthern C'nllfur
MoJaTe Southern PncICo for ban I ranelsco,
Sacramentn and Northern Cnllfnrnia poluts.
PULLMAN I'ALACK NLhLTJMi :AltH.
No change Is made by Sleeping (nr Vnrngcrs
htweon fan Franclnco and nnusas City, or can
Diego and Los Angelas ant CMcano i
Uho Grand Canon of the Colorado, hlthorto In.
accossable to tmritn csn be reached by taking
this lino tU Peach Springs, and n iiiko ride
from thenco of bnt tvrrnty.thrco mlies. 'J his
Canyon Is tho grandest and most wonderful ot
Stop ot Flagstaff an 1 Imnt dorr, Irar and wild
torker In the maguilhoat pine forest of the
ban Francisco mountains, or rlslt the aucloal
rulus of tbe Coto and Cliff Dwei'prs.
FOR TEN DAYS IN TEfiROR
FIRE IN THE COAL BUNKERS OF
AN OCEAN STEAMER.
The Steamship Cnchemlore Carries n
Load of rnuangers Day After
i, 17 Ovor a I'lory Furnace
Itut None Knew 1L
. An Awful Ten Darn
New Yoiik, Aug. 11. The otoamshlp
Cnchomlcro has arrived In this port with
163 Italian stcorago passengers on board.
It was learned to-day for tho ilrst tlmo
that for ten days of tho voyago tho vessel
and nil on board of hor woro in Imminent
and continuous dangor of tho gravest char,
When tho steamer wis but ono day out
from Marseilles it was reported to tho cap.
tain that tho soft coal In tho bunker's Was
on flro. Ho nt onco gave ordors that tho
strictest secrecy should bo obsorved as, If
tho news spread among tho passengers, It
i ould bo imposslblo to avert a panic Im
mediate slops woro taken to quench tho
lire, but It had already galnod serious hoad
wny. Tho pumps woro put to work and
heavy streams of wator wcro poured Upon
tho piles of coal and upou tho dock abovo
it. This was kopt up for day and night
for ten days, and not till llio cud of that
tlmo was tho flro entirely extinguished.
Tho captain and crow woro on almost
continuous duty during thatjtlmo nnd wero
completely worn out. During tho wholo
timo nono of tho pnssongcrs had any sus
picion of tho dangor In which they stood
nor did thoy learn of It until port was
Two Awful Accident.
Ln.iVEXwonni, Aug. 9.-G. E. Lonsdale
and his wife, with Miss Buo Powors and
-Master Kay Powors, of Ellsworth, wcro
run over by a Santa Fo train ns thoy wero
crossing tho track In a spring Wagon In
this city yesterday, and Airs. Lonsdaloand
Miss Powers wero killed. Tho boy was
perhaps fatally injured. Tho crossing
whero tho accident oocurrcd has always
bOOn COrtfilllnrOfl A llatiimrAii. nnn !...
accidents havo over before occurred there.
Joo Fortune was cuglnoor of tho train nnd
statos that H was running at tho rato of
about fifteen miles per hour. Tho accident
occutrod on ttio government reservation
and a complete investigation will bo instl
gated by tho governor;
Sk.neci, Kas., AUg. 0. Hon. A. II. Bur
nett nud family, in a carriage, wore struck
by tho west bound passenger train on tho
Rock Island railroad. Ho and his grand
daughter, Miss Francis Fullor, wero killed
outright. Mrs. Gcorgo Finstonborg and
tno children wore badly hurt. Six wcro
la tho carriage, which was demolished.
ALAIIAMA OKI Mr.
A Terrlblo Slnto of AfTnlrs Kxlstliic In
BinMtsoiiAV, Ala., Aug. 11. A terrlblo
suto of affairs exists In Bibb county.
Somo two weeks ago tha 'doad body of
Henry Smith was found In tho woods near
Illocktou. Ho was a witness lu a murdor
caso against Josso Miller, a rich farmor,
and who is popularly supposod to bo tho
head and front of n gang who havo boon
terrorizing that county, and against whom
tho citizens havo organized vigllauce com
inittocs. Five men nro in Jail charged with com
plicity in tho Smith murder. Illocktou Is
patrolled day and night by vigilant and
tho witnesses for tho stato are kopt under
guard to provcut thorn from being mur
dered. Good citizens from every part of
tho county will gather at Ccntervillo to
morrow fully armed to guard tho criminals
from a rescue.
A Sirocco lu botttli Dakota.
St. Laihience, S. D., Aug. 11. Tho
hottest weather over experienced hero has
prevailed for thrco days past. So intense
hus been tho heat that men and animals
havo succumbed in many Instances and
harvest work is cntlroly suspendod
through tho day. At 1 p. tn. yesterday tho
mercury roso to 10S to 110 In tbe shade.
Tho wind was In n southorn direction
but hot and dry, possessing no refreshing
qualities. Lato wheat suffered terribly
and somo liclds will not bo cut. Other
wheat Is all right. Unless showers come
very soon or a cool navo comes, but 11 ttio
will survive tho ordeal. Pralrio grass In
some places Is dry enough to burn. Somo
pruino fires havo already been reported.
I'our Lynched nt Once.
IliKMlNuiiiM, Ala., Aug 0. Last Friday
tho rcsldcnco of W. I'. Davis, a prominent
furmcr noar Crosliy, was burned and tho
fnmlly narrowly escaped with tjieir lives.
On Sunday Ella Williams, colored, was ar
rostod and confessed to having saturated
tho house with oil and set tiro to it out of
rovcugo. In her confession sho Implicated
Llzzlo Lowe, Willis Lowe and Bill Wil
liams. Yesterday the slierlff started from
Crosby to AbbovlUo Jail with tho prison
ers, and last night ho 'was ovorpowerod by
a mob and tho prisonvrs taken frcm him
and shot to death. Their bodies wcro
thrown in tho river.
Killed III Father.
Ciscisxati Aug. 11. Charles Nelmann,
nged 0, shot and instantly killed Gcorgo
Nelmann, his fathor. Gcorgo Nciman was
a cobblor and lived at IS Gorman street.
Ho had been divorced from his wife, but
still lived In tho samo houso with her and
her children. Ho had frequent quarrels
with his family and divorced wife, and
this mornings tragedy was tho culmination
of ono ot these disputes.
MiiAVAUKiiu, Aug. 11. Four young peo
ple, children of prominent MHwnukoo
business men, were drowned at Lako
Powaukee, twenty miles from hero. Thoy
wcro out In a small sail boat with thrco
other young people A squall struck tho
boat, capsizing It. It was heavily ballasted
and sunk almost immediately, leaving tho
seven persons struggling In tho water.
A Scarcity of Corn.
St. pETEitsnimo, Aug. 0. Tho Russian
Imperial council has decided to prohibit
tho exportation of corn from this country,
owing to tho bad harvest in Russia, which
has caused a scarcity of this cereal.
Louisville, Ky., Aug. II. Tho amount
of tho shortaso of Sylvester Young, de
faulting cashier of tho Newport News &
Mississippi Valley railroad, Is now known
to bo at least $;8,lXK Instead of $25,00!), as
first supposed. Furthor investigation
may add slightly to this. Young has not
been board -from.
Another War Probable.
P.iMA, Aug. U. A tol6gram lecolved In
this city from Bcunos Ayrcs asserts that
Chill will declare war against Bolivia be
cause tho government of tho latter country
h.isiecognizad tho congressional party of
Chili us Uelllgorcsts
FLAGSTAFF, AllIZONA TERlilTOllY, SATURDAY AUGUST 15, 1891,
T11K O. A 11 feNCAMPMENT.
The Meetlnfftt Detroit a Great Success
Jnorty Thousand Veterans In Lltta.
Djthoit, Mich., Aug. 0. Tho Grand
Army oncampmont wm a mostpvohiluncod
success. TMitlny of tho parado was tho
tirouilwl in tho history of tho organisation.
It Was tho graudost 'display rnado In tbo
quartor century ot lis existence Undor a
bright un, 0,000 votornns tramped stur
dily over tho lino ot march, and such was
tho Inspiration of tho moment, that, oven
tho fooblest of tho maimed and crippled
comrados found themselves ndctnlattt Id
tho ordeal of tho llvd tnllos match.
Tho ttulhuslasirl which greeted Iho Wis
consin division of TOO strong was Un
bounded. In tho front rank add bdrnrj
high In tho air and on tho top Uf a flagstaff
was perched '01d Abo, tho stuffed eaglo
whloh becdlno a part of Wisconsin's his
tory a quartor of a century ago. Chcor
nfter cheer arose from tho multitude.
Many a civilian could only dlvltti tho
causo of all this enthusiasm, but to
probably ovory G. A. It, mah In line to-day
tho strange history of that bird Is n flre
sldo story to his childron.
To record tho features of tho procession
In detail would be impossible in tho upaco
at command Thostntcs wcro all icpro
sentod, from Michigan with Its 15,000 to
South Carolina with its slnglo man. Kan
sas was not high in tho light of numbers,
on account of tho porvorslty of tho rail
roads, but was largely represented 1 1 tho
outhuslasm that provallod. Missouri
turned out largo numbers aud attracted
In tho lino, marching with tho rani: and
flloucro many of tho prominent men of tbo
nntlon. Tho Grand Army Icvols all dis Unc
tions. Thcro was a wild chcor whon Mis
souri veterans hovo in sight It was this
stato which had furnished William Warner,
ono of tho most popular commandcrs-in-chlof
tho G. A.R. has ever known, and every
man who marchod In linen as recognized
as ono who In his dovotiou to tho Union
had undcrgono tho dangors of guerilla
u arfaro and seen families divided against
themselves In tho dark days of 'C3. De
partment Commander Gcorgo W. Martin,
tho one-armed hero, who lost u limb tho
first day of Gettysburg, led Us command
of 800 men.
Tho spcctaclo of nn ox-president of tho
United States marching in the ranks Is so
unusual that tho tremendous ovation ten
dered ex-President Haves to-day was hard
ly n surprise. The cheers which swopt
along tbo lino ot march llko a hugo but
slowly rising tidal wave wero ever Indica
tive of tho prcsenco of tho dlstlngul died
Mr. Hayes was rccognlzod by all ns ho
marched with his post from Fremont, O.,
dounGrlswold street, and near tho Inter
section of Congress street kissed several
little girls who ran out to meet him. Tho
old gentleman carried a palm leaf fan and
appeared to enjoy tho occasion qultu as
much as bis comrados of tho post.
Tho governor of a stato Is not often nocn
trudging along In tho dust with tho boys,
but that sight was witnessed moro than
onco. As tho Nebraska G. A. It, MX)
strong, with Department Commander
Toetor and Governor Thayer, passed tho
grund stand It was Impossible to tell
whothcr tho chccr woro for tho gratigcr
governor, tho soldier boys or that venor
ablo old fighter, who always provokes
tho cheers of tho volunteer soldiers Paul
Vandorvoort, past national commander-In-chief.
Thoro wero four candidates for commander-in-chief:
John Palmer, of New York;
A. G. Welssarl, Wisconsin ; W. P. Smed
bury, California, and S. II. HUrst, Ohio.
General Palmor was elected on tho second
ballot amidst great enthusiasm. Gen.
Palmer has a splendid record as a soldier.
T. S. Clarkson was chosen vlcc-coinmand-cr-ln-chlcf.
Tho committco on tho "color"
question reported adversely to Gon.
Vcasey's proposition to create n soparato
department for colored mon, nnd tho ro
port was adopted spontaneously. Major
William Warncr,of Kansas City was chair
man of tho committee, nnd ho mado a tell
ing speech In favor of tho colored soldiers.
A Fearful Itnllruud AVroclt.
Syracuse, Aug. 8. Tho St. Louis ex
press on tho West Shore railroad met with
a terrlblo accident thrco miles West of
1'ort Byron. Tho train was running nt a
high rato of speed and nt that point run in
to a freight train. Tho wreck was .n
awful ono and tho deaths numbered twelve.
Tho wreck took llro nud tho passenger
train was burned "with tho exception of
three slcoplng cars. Tho train wus mado
up of two cxpicss cars, abaggago car, a
smoking car, a duy car and thrco sleeping
cars. Tho accident was tho result of care
lossncss on tho part ot tho rear brakoman
of tho freight train, or by negligcnco on
tho part of tho frolght conductor. Twonty
threo pcoplo wcro Injured.
lie Mniln Marc of Tliem.
Omaha, Aug. 9. Rov. Dr. Sherwood, a
colored ovnngcljst who has been holding
out at a cumpmccting in South Omaha, has
been arrested, charged with horribly mis
treating a number of colored lads whom ho
had taken from tho orphan asylum nnd had
practically enslaved. Sherwood trained
tho boys as musicians nnd formed them
iuto a band. Ho mado them work all hour)
of tho day and night and took their earn
ings from them allowing them each 10
cents a day for food.
A Kalian Ilorao Thief.
Wichita, Kas., Aug 8. David Sprnguo,
tho noted horsothlof who broko Jail nt Mc
Phcrson, If as.,-last month, has been heard
from noar Superior Nob. After breaking
Jail at Mcl'horson, Spraguo Btolo a team
near Newton, and then found his way into
Barbour county, wheroho Btolo somo moro
horses. Ho was corralled on tho banks of
tho Noscaturgn by a posso of farmers and
to escapo Jumped Into tho river and disap
peared. It was thought ho was drowned.
Tho "Silent Army."
Detroit, Aug., 7. A national conven
tion which has not had Its parallel In tho his
tory of nations, met In this city yesterday.
It was tho nnnual convention of tho "Si
lent Army." Whilo there was no shouting,
no pounding on tho table, no oratorical
speeches and no encoring a great deal of
business was transacted. It was tho first
reunion of tho silent army ot deaf and
dumb soldiers, sailors and marines.
The Dam Will bo Unlit.
Topeka, Aug !), Arrangements havo
bcon completed for the construction of tho
Kaw dam nt this point, A mortgago trust
deed for $350,000, in favor of tbo Union
Trust Company, of St. Louis, has been
filed by tho Topeka Water and Electric
Power Company with tho register of
Detroit, Aug. B. Tho National Associa
tion of Navnl Veterans elected ofltccrs
yesterday. Baltlmoro was selected as the,
placo of mooting next year, tho week pre
ceding tho u. A. it. encampment ui wasn-ington.
A SECOND JDSSE JAMES.
ENTERS A BANK AND SHOOTS
DOWN THREE MEN.
The Desperado Terrorized Everybody nnd
Went Oir With Tirelio Hundred
Dollars The Man Mado
Good Ills I.'.cupc
A Hold Hank llobbcry.
Lima, O., AUrf. ll.-Ond of Ihd boldest
batik robberies ever porfictralcd In this
section of country Occurred this morning
at Columbus Grovo, a town ot about 3,000
pcoplo, twelve miles north of hero. Cash,
ler T. J. Maplo had Just opened tho Ex
chango bank, of which his father Is pro
prietor, and laid out about JJ.OOO near tho
chashlor's window. About 8130 a man ap
poarod at the door with a rovolvcr In oaon
hand. Ho immediately began shooting.
Cashier Maplo was struck twice,
onco in tho arm nud bnco in
tho right side. As ho foil to tho
floor tin old farmor, William Vnndcrruark,
agod 60, entered tho door, having como to
get his money for somo hogs ho had Just
jold. Tho robbor turned and shot him
through and through. A third man sat In
tho lobby of tho bank, paralyzed with fear.
Ho was notmolostcd. Tho desperado then
grabbed $1,203 In greenbacks, shoved It In
tho pockets of bis sack coat and darted
out thedoorshoutlng: "I'm a second Josso
Maplo has a flesh wound in tho arm and
a glanco wound frem a rib In his sldo, but
Is In no dangor unless blood poisoning sots
Mr. Vnndcrmark Is ono of tho most sub
stantial farmers. Ho was struck by tb
bullet on tho right sido below tho ribs and
Injured Internally. Ho is vomiting blootf
and will probably bo dead boforo this Is
printed. Ho cannot recover nt all events.
At 11 :45 o'clock to-night tho bank robbor
was still at largo and tho chase has been
abandoned until daylight. Almost every
body In tho northoru part of Allon county
has been out all day looking for tho des
perado. l.N'OALLS IN Till! SOUTH.
The Knnsns Statesman Ilefore a Lirgo
Atlanta, Ga., Aug. C Ex-Senator
lngalls lectured atPIcdmont, Chautauqua,
to-night on tho social and political prob
lems of tho second century. Ho was
greeted by a great crowd. Mayor Hemp
hill, of Atlanta, Introduced him. saying:
"Laihet ask oentleuex: Tho war Is
ovor nnd the bloody chasm has bcon flllod.
I want to toll you In a few words why this
Is true. When a confedernto soldier In
tho south under tho star spangled banner
can introduco with warmth and cordiality
to a southern nudlcnco, Hon. J. J. lngalls,
of Kansas, tho most sceptical In this na
tion may know and feel that peaco, broth
erly lovo and kind feeling reign all over
tho broad land.
Tho warmth and cordiality of this greet
ing is lncrcasod by tho knowlcdgo of Sena
tor lngalls' course against tho famous forco
bill when that Infamous measure was bo
foro tho United States senate. I havo tha
pleasure of Introducing to you an orator
who has elcctrltlod this country from
Maino to California, a gentleman whoso
genius and ability aro respected and ad
mired by tho whole American people the
Hon. J. J. lngalls, of tho great stato of
A ltcmarlinblo Desperado.
TAni.r.quAii, I. T., Aug. 11. Tbo Cher
okee Indians aro cclobratlng tho death of
ono of tho most noted of Indian desper
adoes that ever lived. His history was
tho most rcmarkablo in tho' known world.
Ho died ono year ago at tho ago of years
at peaco with his people, but most of his
lifo had been passed In wnrfuro against
mankind. To-day tho Chcrokco pcoplo
aro cclobratlng tho anniversary of his
doath as a holiday. This Indian was old
Tom Starr, who for n quarter of a century
was a terror to tho wholo Chcrokco nation.
A Good Im estincnt.
Atchison, Aug. 8. Tho Kansas Trust
and Banking Company, of Atchison, owns
a great many farms in Northern Kansas,
and In order to get back somo of tho money
put out for tho land, planted crops which
aro Just now being harvested. Tho laud
has done remarkably well. Tho yield of
wheat and oats Is largo, and a splendid
corn crop Is assured. Tho company will
got thirty or forty per cent of Its money
out of tho country by this year's crop aud
still on n tho laud.
Murdered by Indian.
Aiikansas Citt, Kas., Aug. 8. It Is now
believed that Mr. and Mrs. Donnelly, who
woro found murdered on Monday, wcro
killed by au Indian. Somo years ago Mrs,
Donnelly Bhot and wounded an Indian who
was attempting to break In her homo, and
hosworoto bo revenged on her. An In
dian was seen In that neighborhood tho
morning ot tho murdor, nnd a lnrgo num
ber of them wcro In this city all that day.
Havana, Tex., Aug. 11. Those who
havo lived twenty-fivo years on tho Uio
Grando havo never seen Ruch misery
among tho Moxlcan population as this
year. The staplo crop of tho Rio Grando
valloy is corn and tho Moxlcan frljolo, but
tho drouth has been so terrlblo for tho
last olghtccn months that scarcly any
thing has been raised, and stock has died
Ciiicaoo, August 7. Dr. E. N. Case, a
well-known physician, was secretly arrest
ed charged with a violation of the laws In
regard to tbo manufacture of opium. In
his rooms woro found Jars containing a
liquid known as aqueous opium. It Is
learned that ho sent somo of It to San
Francisco to be sold among tho Chinoso
Won a Ills Claim.
Cut or Mexico, Aug. 8. Tho Diarlo
do Ccntro America, printed In Gautomala,
claims that tho family of tho unfortunate
General Rundia, who was killed aboard of
a Pacific mail stcams'hlp In tho port of
San J030 de Gautomala by soldiers, has
won Its claim against tho United Statos
and will bo paid JSOO.OOO Indemnification.
Tho Cherokee Election.
Taulequau, I. T,, Aug. 8. Election re
turns from all the districts In tho Chero
kee nation givo tho Downing party tho
chieftaincy, re-electing J. B. Mayes. Tho
house favors the Downlngs, whilo the sen
ate Is divided. Tho allotment ticket was
completely lost In the battlo.
Ex-rrlsoiicM of War.
Detroit, Aug. 7. Tho national conven
tion of ex-prlsonors of war mot in this city
yesterday. President E. II. Williams, of
Indianapolis, read his address. Ho urged
the importanco of tho claim ot ex-prlsonors
to Increased pensions on the attcntiou of
Tjie CnttlO itteu UeaUih
KtSahsiiEu, d. T., Atlg". 0. Several
weeks ago cbmplalnts wero eriterod lri tb
ibrrlttirlai courts against It D. Cragtri and
tno Cragld Cattle. Company, D.Jt Fant,
Ben Garland, William Quiulcu, Majbr El
dridgo, James F. Ellison, Short Bros.,
Drum & Snyder for unlawfully holding
and grazing cattlo upon tho Cheycnno and
Arapohoo reservation. Tho caso was tried
on a general domurrcr. Tho argument
was full and exhaustive.
Tho decision of Hon. A. J. Sea, assoclato
(UsttcO bt tbo territorial court, hold that
till persons holding iivd stock With 111 tho
limits ot tho Choyentlo and Arapahoe
reservations are subjoct to a ponalty of tl
tier head and that said stock aro also sub
ject to selzuro and sale for tho paymont of
Tho marshal Is commanded to attach all
cattlo found upon this reservation and to
hold tho samo until dlsposod of according
to law, and that owners or persons having
said ciittlo In cbargo bo summoned to ap
pear and ariswer beforo tho court, October
20, 1831. This order is how la tho hands of
tho United States marshal who will pro
ceed at onco to execute U.
Ill Tenth Man.
South McAlester, L T., Aug. At 3
o'clock this morning Jim Yntos, deputy
United Stales marshal, was shot through
tho heart by Robert Marshall. Tho two
got Into a quarrel over a game of cards lu
a houso of 111 fatno nnd forty shots wcro
fired. Yntos had confiscated two gallons
of whisky during tho day und both wero
Marshall is said to havo killed eight men
and Yates told him to stop bragging or
get his gun. He got it. The fight was
continued outsido tn tho brush, each firing
rapidly. Yates received two shots each
of which would havo proved fatal.
Lincoln, Aug. 8. Tho Prohibition stato
convention comploted Its labors by nom
inating R. W. Richardson, of Omaha, for
Judge of tho supremo court, and Rov. Wil
liam Garst, ot Nellgh, and Mrs. Carollno
M. Woodward, of Soward, for regents of
the stato university. Tho platform In
dorses tho national Prohibition party, de
mands government control ot telegraph
and railroad companies, a moro unrestrict
ed coinage of tho metals, and naturally
places tho party on record as favoring tho
total annihilation of tho liquor traffic.
The Minko Dance.
Wixslow, A. T., Aug. 8. The famous
Moqul Indian snako dance, which is held
every two years, commenced yesterday on
tho reservation, sixty miles from hero, and
will continuo sixteen days. It Is reported
the government Is taking steps to discon
tinue tho danco and that this will bo tho
last ono. Major Donnldson, who took
Moqul census, has gono to tbe danco with
photographic outfit, and tho government
has also scut a corps of photographors.
Ohio l'coplo' I'arly.
SrjtiNoriELD, O., Aug. 7. Tho conven
tion of tho Peoplo's party ot Ohio had en
attendauco ot about 40o delegates. After
tho organization several communications
wero read, ono of which was from Senator
Pcffcr, advising tho adoption ot tho Cin
cinnati resolutions and "tho plank advo
cating honest money." This was greeted
with cheers. O. U. Jones of Kansas sang
a song ontltlcd "Old Hayseed."
liulllii'C Sentenced Again.
St. Josri-H, Mo., Aug. 9. Louls'BullIng,
tho oscapod wlfo murderer, was brought
boforo Judgo Anthony, ot Savannah, and
for tho third timo sentenced to doath.
Bulling's attorneys tried to stavo off'pro
cccdlugs on tho ground that Judgo An
thony had no Jurisdiction, but tho motion
was overruled and tho day of excutlon
was set for Friday, September 4,
l'ariners Corner W licnU
CnATTANOOQA, Aug. 7. Tho AUlanco
men in this section seem to bo taking seri
ously tho ndvico given by tho order to hold
wheat for higher prices. Ono result hers
is that millers aro forming a leaguo to pur
chaso Western grain, thoy claiming that
tho Mlddlo Tcnnosseo farmers, with tho
AUlanco behind them, will sell only at
A l'rcuchcr nnd Trouble.
SritiNariELD, Mo., Aug 9. Rov. J. V.
Thompson passod through tho city yester
day undor tho watchful caro of G. W.
Lindsay, sheriff of Hickory county, Mo.
Thompson Is chargod with stealing a
horse. Ho was accompanied by his young
wlfo, whom ho abducted a few months ago
from tho homo of a prominent minister in
Train Wrecker nt Work.
Kalamazoo, Mich., Aug. 7. Tho Grand
Rapids and Indiana express, bound south,
was wrecked thrco miles north of this
placo this noon evidently by train wreck
ers, as spikes, bolts and nuts wero found
withdrawn from tho rails. Nearly nil tho
Injured, twelve In numbor, wero taken
from tho sleeper, nono of whom aro fatally
Ciiicaoo, Aug. 9. Tho two factions of
tho Democratic party In Chicago havo
united after a long bitter fight which had
allowed tho Republicans to win two im
portant elections. Should tho treaty provo
binding tho Democrats oxpect to mako a
clean, everlasting sw'eop of all tho offlcos In
sight. Tho present city administration is
Killed by u Circus Attache.
Joplin, Mo., Aug. 7. IraSovior, n minor,
was struck in tho loft temple with a club
by an attacho of Forepaugh's circus after
tho performance horo, from tho effects of
which ho died to-night, Sevior was drink
ipg from a barrel of water lntendod for
circus pcoplo when tho man nssaultedhlm,
striking him but once and knocking him
A Grand Ilarbeeuc.
St. Joseph, Mo., Aug. 8. A grand bar
becuo was held at Easton for tho benefit
ot tho ex-Confederate homo nt Higglns
vllle. Tbo affair was under tho manage
ment of somo of tho leading Domocrats of
tho stato and was a grand success. Six
hundred and fifty dollars was realized for
London, Aug. 11. Thero was a plethora
of money during tho past week. Discount
was quoted at ld for thrco months and
X& for short, with no demand. A small
drain of gold continues toward Germany.
Thero is nothing to indicate largo Imme
diate withdrawals from tho bank of Eng
land from any quarter. ,
The Uncord Broken Azaln.
New Youk, Aug. 7. The White Star
line steamer Majestic which loft Liver
pool July 29, has again broken tho record
from1 Quoonstown to Now York. Her
timo was' llvo days eighteen hours nnd
NUMBER '18. 'f;H
it Is stated that Bulgaria is making great
preparations for war.
Guatemala trropose to spend H20.000 for
a world's fair exhibit.
Fire lri allllvalo, Pa., dostroyod two fa
toric arid eight framo Imlldlngs, Loss
During a heavy storm In Manitoba
Thursday night, two women wero killed
Tho Russian banners capturod by thJ
French during tho Crimean war havo been
roturnod to Russia.
A ficrca rainstorm in Loulsvlllo, Ky.,
last Sunday nlgbt caused 30,00.) damago
by flooding pt basements.
Proctor Knott, tho well known rnco
liorso, died Friday in bis stall at Horso
Haven, near Saratoga, N. Y.
Tho drouth in south central Illlnoi has
tcn broken by a heavy rain. Corn has
been put In good shapo again.
President Harrison has signed tho com
mission of J. Sloat Fassott as customs col
lector of tho port of New York.
Hundreds of hogs about Bcllbrook, O.,
nro dylug of cholera. Only ono farmer's
drove has been untouched so far.
A Wichita firm has been awarded tho
contract for tho iron work on tho public
building at Denver, CoL, at $10,075.
Tho green glass bottlo makers and fac
tory owners split at their conference in
Pittsburg and a lockout is probable.
Dr. Fred M. Fling of BIddeford, Mo.,
has been elected to tbo chair of European
history in tho university of Nebraska.
The Morning Nows of Belfast, Ireland,
has como out against Parncll, of whom for
years It had been an ardent supporter.
New York bankers say that they will as
sist A. Backer, tho dealer in commercial
paper who has failed, to his fcot again.
Threo deaths havo so far occurred as
tho result of tho excursion wreck noar
Champlaln, N. Y. A fourth viotlm is
Mary and Baby McKco held a reception
of a number of small children at tho presi
dent's cottago at Capo May Point last
Mississippi valloy lumbermen havo pur
chased 1,000,000 acres of land in Oregon
for timber, farms nnd ranches. Tho price
is not known.
Mr. Ducsing, a thoologlcal student in
one of tho Roman Catholio colleges in
Romo, was drowned Monday. His homo
wns in St. Louis, Mo.
Tho Rov. Dr. J. II. Worcester, has noti
fied tho directors of tho Union Theological
seminary ot his acceptanco ot tbo pro
fessorship tendered him.
William Fullcrton, a young American, a
graduate of Harvard, replaces M. De
Blowitz as tho working head of tho Paris
ofllco of tho London Times.
President Balmaceda of Chill and tho
leaders of tho Chilean insurgents havo ap
pealed to tbe Spanish government to act
as arbitrator and ond tho war.
Tbe Santa Fo boiler makers' strike has
endod. All differences aro amicably ar
ranged. Tbo discharged men and the
strikers havo all resumed work.
Tho Journeymen tailors of America be
gan their annual convention in St, Louis
last Mondny. Many matters of interest to
tho trado aro scheduled for action.
Lieutenant Philip Hodges of tho English
navy committed suicido by Jumping Into
tho sea July 24 whilo bcingscnt homo from
Australia for a breach of discipline.
Tho United States treasury continues
tho dally shipment ot small notes to tbo
west for uso In moving the crops. Tho
total amount so far sent is 24-5 million dol
lars. The People's party of Greenwood coun
ty, Kas., havo nominated a county tickot.
Four of tho nominees aro former Demo
crats, two former Republicans and ono a
Henry Jennings was shot nnd mortally
wounded near Ionia City, Mo., lost Sunday
night during a fight with R. E. Snodgrass.
Snodgrass was arrested, but released on
Abraham Backer at 2S5 Broadway, Now
York has mado an assignment to Benjamin
F. Einstein at 427 Broadway. Mr. Back
er's principal business was dealing In com
In tbo Dav's will caso at Butte, Mont,
argument on tho admission of export testi
mony on handwriting has closed, and
Judgo McIIatton has decided to cxcludo
Tho election of Rev. Dr. Isaac Leo Nich
olson as Protestant Episcopal bishop of
Milwaukee has boen approved by twenty
seven dioceses. No dissenting vote has
yet been recorded.
A yachting party, consisting of four men
and fivo children, wcro cruising in Dor
ccster bay, near Boston, when tho boat
capsized and tho two men and four chil
dren woro drowned.
Pension payments aggregating "K mil
lion dollars havo been mado by tbo United
States treasury slnco August 1 and havo
reduced tho cash balanco In tho treasury
from ?55,783,C15 to J4S,l77,4l
Both members of tho assigned banking
firm of Schall & Danncr of York, Pa.,
havo been arrested charged with receiving
money from John B. Walsh of New York
when on tho verge of Insolvency.
Near Mt, Vernon, Ky., John D. Mulllns,
an election officer, was killed last Monday
by John Durham and William Dcmoran.
They wcro drunk nnd began firing at ran
dom as thoy left tho polls. Both aro in
Mrs. Nclllo Webb, an nged nnd wealthy
widow of Loulsvlllo. Ky., committed sui
cido at tho Collcgo Hill sanitarium last
Monday evening. Sho was a victim of
drink and had been placed In tho sanitari
um on tho 21st of last April.
King Alexander, tho youthful ruler of
Scrvia, has arrived at St. Petersburg on a
visit to tho imperial family. Ho was met
at tho railway station by tho czar nnd sev
eral of tho Russian grand dukes, and was
accorded all tho honor paid to a ruling
Reports 'from tho Massachusetts assess
ment nnd Indorsement corporations show
that thoy aro doing business on very small
balances. Ono company Is doing a busi
ness of 200,000 on a balanco of $750, and
another n fivo years' order business ot
$3,221,000 on $1)72.
Cardinal Slmconl and Mgr. Perslco both
assert that tho Cahensley scheme of estab
lishing Catholio bishops in the United
States of tbe samo nationalities as the
emigrants landing hero will novcr bo ac
cepted by tho propaganda. Thoy heartily
oppose tho scheme.
The Munn Bros. & Wilkes ranch and
cattle In Hackley county, Tex., havo been
sold at Colorado, Tex., at tho door of tho
court houso under a decreo from tho fed
eral court, at El Paso. Tho salo embraced
12,000 head of cattle. 103 saddlo horses and
55,033 acres of land. Gregory, Cooley A;
Co. of Chicago wero tho purchasers, pay
ing $91,000 cash and assv.mjpg W,0J0 duo
CHINESE NEW YEAR. "!tV
Dlrors Scene nd Customs of Their y'
The Chinese duto their yoar from
tho first now moon after tho eun entora
Aquarius, consequently it in ft niovnblo
feast, varying between Jnnuury 21 nnd
February ID. Their months are lunar -months,
gorao callod "great," contain
ing thlrtj tlayu, tho others "small,'
havinr only twonty-nino days. la
6om0 "".roars, therefore, thcro aro thir
teen taonUitf, one of them being au
Tho 1st nnd lfith of every month, or
"moon," coincides with tho now nnd
full of ovory moon, and t,hcso aro nl-
wnys cjlobrated as feast days. But of
all Clilnaw feasU tho Now Yenr Is a
regular bncchannlin, in which daja bo- .
foro and track after nfo given to
feasting and roj'oicing. i
During tho last days of the old year
tha scene in a largo city like Canton is
ono of lntonbo interest to a forofgner-i
Tho morcfiank hurrying hither nni
thither, oollocting and paying debts
for nil accounts must bo eatlsfactoTily
adjusted or clso tho business cannot lv
carried into tho noxt year. 'ot only
are tho business parts of the town alivo
with thronging multitudes during tho
day, but at night instead of everything:
being promptly closed at 9 o'clock n
is usual tho midnight pedestrian will
find a pjrfect chnos of movables and a
bedlam of voices. Stores aro being
deluged with water and tho walls aro
being scrubbed; ornamental ecroU
paper ind charms of good luck aro
torn down; tho tiled floor is getting its
annual but, probably only cleaning ifc
hoe had during tho year. After this ia
done tho walls aro redecorated ond
now charms nnd gods aro pasted up or
set in tho windows and show-cases.
In private bouses tho samo cleaning:
process is going on; all tho dirt of tha
year is being removed. When this is
dono th-3 finest ornaments that aro
possessed aro brought out and dis
played on tho tables; embroidered
covers nro placed on tho chnira and
stands, and tho wholo houso is put in
holiday nttiro. Ono of tho great
features oi the decorations is tho dis
play of "s.icrcd lilies," It isdesirablo"
that they should bloom on Now Year's
day, nnd tho moro flowors on tho plant
tho better will be tho fortuno of tho
family osving to It during tho year to
Up to midnight on Now Year's ovo ,
this oxcitfment continues; then, as If '
by magi tho noiso and turmoil cease,
only to bo renewed in tho morning with
rc!kibled onorgy. This, in short is
tho Chinese Now Year. St Louis Ko
PRUDENCE IN MOURNING.
She Spent as Little us Possible and
rompllslied Her Purpose.
Tho economy which is too strong to
bo distuibijd by grief or bereavment is
to nkin to nvarico that no ono fools
any self rt'proach for holding it up to
ridicule, nlthough tho circumstances
may havo to do with tho saddest ot
events. Thcro was once an eccentric
old lady who lived in ono of tho sea
port tou nt, of New England, and who
was renowned alike for hor oddities
nnd for what her nolghbors called her
"nearness." Sho was a widow, and
had inherited not n littlo property
from her husband, which sho carefuVr
handled and which increased in hor
care. It was mado a matter of re
proach that sho did not erect a tomb
stonn to her husband, but sho always
said that sho could not afford such an
In courso of timo, liowcver, tho
widow mado up her mind to havo it
tablot, and accordingly wont to Boston
to select in Sho Msilod ono marblo
yard nfter another, but for a long timo
could find nothing cheap enough to
suit hci. At last sho came ,upon-n
largo nud handsomo Blab whlcli w'as
set asldo to bo cut down. j
"You soo it was spoiled," tho stone"
cutter os pi alned. 'Wo bognn It for a'
man named Mark, but tho wlfa:
changed her mind by tho timo wo had
got 60 much of tho namo on, and thoro
Is tho wltolo slab spoiled."
"I'lltako it off your hands," tho
widow said promptly, "if you'll lot mo
havo it reasonably." 1
Oh, I'll lot you havo it very. cheap,. '
to savo tho bother of having it cut
over. But what can you do with it?"
"I'll uso it" sho answered, find at'--onco
proceeded to go into tho diseiis- .
sion of tho price. , .
When sho had at last beaten tho ""
6tono-cuttcr down to an absurdly low
figure, tho widow bought tho slab.
"Then)," sho said, "now what, I, -want
you to do is to put 'tho perfect
man' after that word in the samo sort
of letters, and then tho namo and tho
dato can go just there, n
Sho indicated to tho astonished '
stono-cutior with her long fingor- tho
disposition of tho inscription, and thus,
it camo tibout that in a certain well
known comptcry of her native pity her
husband t.loops under a marblo where
upon the world is admonished to
"Mark tho perfect man'." Youth's -Companion.
Tho Ulurdcrlns Societies.
Tho successful prosecution of tho
Mnla Vita gang in Italy is to bo'
followed by tho punishment of another,
similar association with extonsivo, '
rnmincalionn. About fifty arrests had ,
been made ttt last accounts and mora
wero expected. It-is evident that tho
government is determined to suppress
the murderous secret organizations
which havo terrorized the Italian
people for so many years, robbing nnd
Still he Converts Come.
The Commercial Union Telegraph
company is now planning to mount '
several of its Maino linemen on bi
lycles. Tluse will provo of valuo in
tracing a break, and will onublo tho
laen to malte Quick work. It is also
proposed tti utilize several wheels in"
1 the messen,ir service at Bar Harbor.
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