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otntxr, Ala., Not. 8. The ap
1 by United HUlfn Marshal
of -aVtmtlea for the ('lection.
tHe rabaequcnt teleurnnl of On.
Ijr, chairman of the democratic cum
committee, to tho chairman of
I Dallas county committee, to arrest
mllaaahoBld Uiey como witiiin
fact M the poltav hare mused
laMrcBCBtfoft that mcro win no u
let betweea the elate and federal
itlee on election day.
Shelly la determined on the onn
I to make the state laws paramount
i maaagrwrnf ff thin election and
II Walker I equally iiciermiiieu
the United State statutes h all
Marshal Walker has issued
etkms to his deputies In which
IdT'i'ly aeU'but the duties find says:
xir duty la that or a peace oin-cr,
I yum are directed that at the polls
re to keep order, preserve tun
and protect tho united mines
i airalnt violence or intimiiiit
ila the discharge of their ofllclul
In the event an arrest ixjcohiim
sry you are directed to carry tho
arrested before the nearest
IUtcs commissioner. Your
tana peace officers In mailing tlio
at of the persons Interfering Willi
Ited 8tates supervisors are supreme
that of any state oniccrs. ir it !
necessary lu making the arrest
i bare the rlirht to summon to your
. any sheriff, deputy, or any other
to make tho arrest, hihi,
any ao summoned refuses to give
anon aid, you win at once nowy
This Is a federal election
I Which 'there Is no election of any
or county officers, only that of
en and electors for president
I viee president of the United Stales.
Icimty marshals are prevented from
full discharge of their duties they
aptly notify me In uflicc. "i our
anat be performed without In
in tuna the rights of any cltir.cu
Idtlaens and In a manner that Is linn
I tm from an Intermeddling display
CAM.BTON AND HIM W1VKH.
I riarwrtf ht'a Trouble Heain to Mnltt-
ir aa h May uo to juii.
law Yomc, Not. 5. Henry Ouy Car
fa marital' troubles seem to bo on
tncreaae. A month ago ho was
from EfBc Shannon, tho oct
1 now Helen 8. Carloton, ono of
I former wives, has coino forward to
to him for not paying her all
aa directed by the court
lea 8. Oarletoa was granted a do
of absolute divorce from tho play
t on March 1,1880. She hud been
1 to him only a few years and by
of the court Mr. Uarleton
1 to pay her alimony at tho
rof 9M'a week and he was forbidden
again. Mr. Carlcton inado
i Shannon, the actress, his wlfo only
'months after the decree of tho
i was gran ted.
ton. It u alleged, has been very
In the payment of alimony to
I trat wife, having paid her but 1115
i INI and 9950 during the proscntyeur.
i arrears now for something like
Lata, Because of this fact, nnd also
i he married again In violation of
I orders of the court, Lawyer W. A.
a, on behalf of tho wife, moved
i Judge Ingraham that Mr. Curie
i he punished for contempt of court
ant to Jail. UL Mart, Air. uarie-
'a lawyer, was absent on account of
i and the Judge gavo him uutli to-
to 1st Mr. Carleton explain why ho
I disobeyed tLe order of tho court.
kwyer Qleason stated that hu had re-
a, draft ol siuo anted u weeK
from Mf. Carleton. and. nccont-
rlag It a letter making ull kinds of
sto II it waa not accepted, lie Haiti
It he did not propose to stand any
i of Mr. Carleton'a nonsense ubout
Judge Ingraham said In reply to the
at of Mr. Carleton'a lawyer for
delay: This U tho old story.
i will never obey the orders of the
They are always very pugna
until they get right hen, when
t are very meek and lowly. He can
i the right to send In any papers to
la Why he should not go to taiL
ho haa not paid tho alimony as dl
I by the court ho must go to inn.
suet be arrested It ho doesn't nay,
I then if be wants to be relieved he
light the court"
Vila Work of a Uuark.
, CmciM HAT!, Nov. 5. A most shocking
I of malpractice was brought to tlio
rs attention In the case of a lime.
aback girl who died last night. A
named Gustavo lienor, who does
, pretend to be a physician, but who
to cure certain diseases, wan
lied to treat her for dropsical eon-
antlon. He steamed her legs over u
ah of boiling water until she was liter-
llj scalded to death. She lingered in
it torture a tow nours niter vuu not
Many tlndlra KiiuiiiI.
HT. Vetkbhiiubo, Nov. 6. While thu
Ilea were searching tho house of u
eted smuggler lu tho district of
Foulisky, Poland, they discovered thu
apoBea bodies oi nineteen persons,
women aud children. It Is not
(own whether tuese persons worn
irtlered or whether the cellar in which
were found had been used as u so
i burial place.
0 fentaaeaa lo lie Mini.
, Faovo, Utah, Nov. 5. Kihx.Ii Duv's,
rho murdered his wlfo at Vernal, Utah,
I lost January by crushing her skull
with a rural ver, was sentenced to be
lahdi toioath la the Jail yard at l'rove,
Tt D. JAOfUOM will be remembered
f'tha rapuVUcans' of Logan county.
laarrotawy of tho county commit-
IM worked incessantly, willingly
L- SjAjjf UllMlft aald In Vauf VanIt i.i.l!....
- - .w .., w.m f, -,.;,-
ft ,. "JIHr we are beaten. It is time.
i that It was our cundl'
I aH th Joree bill, Harrison not
im who defeated us,"
, RKLKCT SOCIETY SUIII'HIBKU.
Tlist at Wrll.tulo Man Bhonlri Marry nn
ArrnmplMlinl Woman Who U I'oor.
Kf.w Havfj. Conn., Nov. 2. Select
society was surprised nnd set. n-o,lp
Ing by the announcement that Henry
Trowbridge-of this city, of the Import
ing firm of II. Trolvbrlilgn's Sons, ot
Now York, in to bo married In Low6ll,
Mass., to Mis Nul lo llrlnsmald. Tho
groom l 4! years of nge and the bride
nlKiut 45. She has performed thu duties
of housekeeper eight year, slnco tho
death of Mrs. Trowbridge, wTio was
Miss Parker, a daughter t tlio late
J. P. Parker. When Mr. Trowbridge
announced his engngemctit to his
family two rons, .1. Pinker Trow
bridge and Thomas Tro bridge, imme
diately left their father's home nnd
sought accommodations elsewhere.
They nfllrm that their father hud dis
graced tho Trowbridge iiainu by enter'
Ing Into the alliance with tho former
servant, and other branches of the
family look upon thu step In tho samo
light Miss llrlnsmald Is spoken of a
highly accomplished lady, mid her only
misfortune appears to have been that
poverty compelled her to gain a liveli
hood as hniisehcf per mid govcrncvt In
Mr. Trowbridge's family.
Tim lr!li HrinAHltnr.
London, Nov. !'. Sir William Vernon
Htircourt, chancellor of the exchequer,
who was selected as Mr. Gladstone's
deputy in the bouse of commons, Is op
Msed to the release of Dr. Gallagher,
Curtin and tho other dynamiters convict
ed of offenses In Great Itrllnln It Is thu
general Impression lu Kiiglaud that the
chance of release Is remote. The matter
has been donated by tho caliltutl, lu
view of thu Intervention of tho Wush
Ingtoii governmunl In behalf of Irish
American ptisoners. A majority of tho
members of tho cabinet sup'tort Hlr
William Vernon Hurciurt It is pretty
certain, however, that upp'itl from
Washington will cause a relaxation lu
tho strictness of tho prison rules.
A lUil I'sllii'i.
London, Nov. 'J. At a meeting of
shareholders and creditors of Iho Lll
orator society yesterday tho olllclal re
ceiver Raid that thu society owo.l thu
shareholders nod creditors .1,1513,1)00
while thu reserve fund was only i-'UOU,-000
and was little better than a mere
book entry ill that Thu mortgages
nmountcd to JCI, 15,000 and were at
first supposed to be good assets, but In
vestigation showed that they word
probably valueless, as Jt.l.lSS.UbO had
been loaned to three companies which
nro now in liquidation. Tliero wore no
froo assets, there being only Jt'JOO.OOl) In
sight with which to meet a deliclcncy of
llorau't llnlloin In Mlntcln.
Canton, Minn., Nov. -J. Tlio Church
of tho AHiUinptlon, where the mirac
ulous window has effected so many
cures, has been closed by order of a
church committee. No reason Is as
signed savo that Ilishop Cotter, of
Winona, in whosd diocese tho church Is,
has ordered tho pastor to ubsent hlm
Bolf and to do his best to keep cripples
away. Tho window has liecn a goil.'.eud
to tho merchants of this city, who havu
experienced a great revival in trade,
but thiswtll now bo lost A petition,
numerously signed, has been sent to
:!ls1top Cotter asking a revocation of tho
The U'Sulllva.i t'aia Kndeil.
Ottawa, III., Nov. 3. Tho supremo
court has rendered a decision lu tho
Q'Sulltvan case denying the application
of tho attorneys for n now trial, on the
ground that a judgment might as well
lie entered now as prior to tlio death of
O'Sullivan, as there was no authority in
common law for tho prosecution of a
writ of error by tho representatives of
n deceased person upon a judgment
rendered against tlio deceased lu life
under indictments for felony.
Ilaiidil In Alabama.
lliltMlNOllAM, Ala., Nov. 2. Tho south
bound express on tho Kast Tennessee,
Vlrglnl'i. & Georgia road was held up
just south of Piedmont last night by
two masked men who pulled tho lell
cord just after the train left thu tank
and when it slowed up at u little sta
tion cllcd Dompmaus appeared lu the
express ear and mudo tho messenger
gl e up $7.i0. They then went Into tho
mull car mid got a lot of valuable pack
ages. Hoy llnrelam Arrested.
Waco, Tex., Nov. 'i. The residence
of Charles II.' Mayer, a wealthy tlorlst,
was entered yesterday while tho family
was absent, nnd a large amount of jew
elry, lirtc-tibrau and toilet articles
stolen. To-day the police arrested Ivl
Williams, George Cmar and John Pat
terson, threu boys, who hail from Kan
sas City, and locked thoin up to answer
for tho burglary. When urrosted they
were lu possession of n iHirtion of tho
tllalne Miiy Writ,' Another Hook.
Wasuimiion, Nov. 'J. The Post says:
"Kx-Soorotary lllulno Is likely to em
ploy his leisure time writing another
IkmiIc. He seems to 1st enjoying himself
much better since his return here ns u
private citizen than when he was secre
tary of state. Ho 1m out every day In
tho bracing autumn air anil sometimes
two or ihreo times a day. Hu nearly
always walks, ami In tho majority of
cases goes alone,"
To lie i:iri'lroi'titeil.
Saiimooa, N. V., Nov. 'J. In tlio su
premo court at Ilallston .lames Martcl
lo, the Italian who killed John Pcrrello
in this vllluge last May, was sentenced
by Judge Stover to bu tdcutrocutcd at
D.inncmora in tho week beginning De
cember 11. Martello's counsel served A
notice of appeal, which will operate as
ii stay until tho motion font new trial
Is argued before thu court of appeals.
Tiro llrother Lynched.
ItlciiMO.Nl, Viu, Nov. 2. Two broth
ers named llurgcss, who wero In jail at
Lebanon, Iliissull county, charged
with the murder of Oak Sutherland, at
tempted to escape a few night; ago.
This mi Incensed Sutherland's frleuiU
that they took tlio prisoners from tlio
jail, haudctiffcd them together, hanged
them uud then riddled thoiu with bul
Wkm., Goo. II. Dodsou did beat "us
and our daughter," didn't lie? And he
did It by an energetic, manly canvass,
In which hu did not say anything
against his opponent.
Jt'DOK II. T. Sumnhii feels away tip
in "G. Hu did a big lot of work In
the county campaign uud did it well.
Hu is u republican patriarch und un
Ned Christie and Hit Gang Again
MUCH BHOUTINO ItEFORTED.
One Outlaw and rmrentl lleput ( Marshal
Wonmleil-risht With Hone llileva
In Wyoming; -Three Men Killed
-India nt I'lne Itlilge
Nitld to llnve Left
Taiu.f.quaii, I. T., Nov. 5. News has
reached hero that an attempt was madf
to capture Ned Christie at his house
which w'll not bo abandoned until tho
United .Slates government Is successful.
Fifty of Col. Yoo's deputy marshals,
under the leadership of Deputy While,
surrounded his house expecting to cap
ture Christie when ho uroso yesterday.
The outlaw did not appear himself,
but a partner, named Arch Wolf, camo
out aud wns ordered to surrender, but
refused aud was shot through tlio
stomach. Hu crawled back Into tint
house and a crfcct fusllado has Is-en
kept up nil day.
If Is known that several marshals aro
wounded. The mall carrier, who passes
through tho Coney mountulns near
Christie's house, reports hu met a wagon
loaded with provisions and ammunition,
and tho marshals would positively not
withdraw until their man was captured,
dead or alive. Full particulars cannot
bo had at this writing.
KIM.KI) ItV 1IOJIHR TIIIICVKS.
Cahtkii, Wyo., Nov. r,. Reports have
just reached Casper of a light lictwccn
oAkcrs and Mipposed horse thieves near
the head of Prior river in tlio extreme
northern part of Fremont county, this
slate. It Is reported here that Fremont
county ollleers were after a man by thu
name of Moore, who a short time ago ,
shot a constable in cold blood in the
streets of Lander. Monro lenew of their
approach and laid for them and ns they
came up shot down thico of tho pursu
Tlio ollleers wero led by a man known
as "Hllck" but his real name Is Nard.
Moore and his friends killed "Nlk-U" and
two deputies and left them where they
lay. Home reports say that Sheriff
Slough, of Fremont county, was in tho
light miif was wounded, but escaped
uud Is now on his way to Lander.
Sioirx Citv, la., Nov. 0. Word was
received from Deputy United States
Marshal George ltartlett nt Pino llldge
agency, South Dakota, yesterday that
some part of tho Indians that recently
sold their crops aud stock to the gov
ern tent have left the agency uud are
in camp at some distance from tho
agency. They refuse to trado at tho
agency and aro buying all their pro
visions at the railroad stores. They
aro laying lu a store of ammunition and
tho action is believed to lie a sure slgu
of hostile intention.
nnmngeil for 11,00(1. N
Topeka, Kan., Nov. ft. William Rims,
n young colored man, has brought suit
against the Kansas medical college to
recover 15,000 damages because hu was
dismissed from tho sclioil on account
of raco prejudice. Mr. Sims has located
In Oklahoma and prior to coming to
Topcka to enter college was practicing
there on a certificate. He gavo up his
practice in order to obtain u regular
diploma from a recognized medical col
lege. Ho claims that his failure to gain
admission to tho Kansas medical col
lege has mado It impossible for him to
seek admission to another school this
Legal Notice llleKal Hunday.
St. Louts, Nov. 5. Tho supremo
court at Jefferson City delivered an
opinion yesterday which is in effect
that olllclal notices published in a Sun
day paper are not legal. Tho decision
grew out ot a case in which a taxpayer
of this city refused to pay benefit as
sessment for the opening of a street,
the olllclal notice thereof having been
published by order tho required four
days, one of which was Sunday. As a
result the refusing taxpayer Is upheld
and others who paid will have n right
to sue the city for a refunding.
Topkka, Kan., Nov. 5. At a meeting
of the executive committee of tho demo
cratic statu central committee the resig
nation of I'M Carroll ns the democratic
candidate for congress in the First dis
trict was accepted. It was decided that
the name of Fred J. Close, tho people's
party candidate, should be siibititutcil
for that of Mr. Carroll on tho demo
cratic ticket The secretary was In
structed U notify thu chairman ot each
county committee in thu First district
to make thu change on all tickets.
'I lie llriismi Case.
Lkavknwoutii, Kan., Nov. ft. Wil
liam Dill, junior attorney for Charles
A. llenson, the murderer of Mrs Theresa
Mettman, lias returned from Washing
lou, where lie aud L Williams, of To
peka, presented in tho supremo court
Jleuson's claims for a now trial. Tho
couit took the case under advisement
and a decision is not exported for sev
lliul to Hull-act.
lliltMlNOllAM, Ala, Nov. ft. At Lt
fayotto yesterday It. F. Kolband P. G.
Ilowiuan, third party leaders, spoko to
!!00 people. During his speech Itowuiau
used very bitter language to a number
of democrats, who closed in on him
with knives and flfstols and would have
killed hluihad not he retracted, nillecrs
dispersed the crowd.
llrnkeii Up Hy Aiiierlruu llrAlers.
St. Pktkhsiiuiiii, Nov. ft. During tho
past week eight linns, mostly tn-ljio
grain trade, have liecoiiid bankrupt
Another large house, llndiiig the ex
portation of grain profitless lu the face
of keen American competition, has de
cided to abandon business lu Russia.
Taininanv had a great meeting at Its
hall, New York, on tho night of tlio lid,
viwlferously cheering ull mention of
Cleveland and Stevenson. DcmocraUi
met. the same evening at tho Academy
of Music, Itroolclyu. Wayne MeVcagh
was tho llrst spe iW, followed by Ex
Had there bee i the same zest und
ability thrown into tho republican
campaign down east ns was thrown in
to tlio republican canvas lu Oklahoma,
the republicans would not now be
nationally tramping on their lower
Ir a democrat does nothing else in
this world, ho will live und die voting
the democratic ticket. This yc r is
evidence that republicans are not built
KT OCR FfHBBK.
Tha M las Cousins Who Wanteal te Blew Pa
Creation Not the Aratahle Ler of b
New York, Nor. 8. Miss Phoebe
Cou-.Ins arrived here yesterday from
Chicago. She went to tho Plaza hotel
at Fifth avenue and Fifty-ninth street,
where a correspondent found her.
Miss Cousins is lamo and Is using a
crutch. She was thrown violently to
tho ground in Chicago while entering a
cab, and her anklo was badly sprained.
Miss Cou-.Ins was asked as to the
truth of the report that sho advocated
dynamite as an nrgument to bring man
kind to look upon the cause of woman
suffrage as just She smiled as she re
plied: "That Is a canard from begin
ning to end, and as far as the advocacy
of the blowing up of men In general, I
should be extremely sorry, as 1 believe
the gentlemen to bo my best friends. I
may say as to woman suffrage I am
Miss Couzlns seemed very angry over
the reports published in several news
papers to the effect that sho had made
speeches In London -advocating tha
blowing up by dynamite of the llrltlsh
government, and, In fact, the Avhole
world. "The fact Is, u said Miss Cous
ins, "I have never been In London In
my life, nnd thu whole affair is a big
canard. I am either lielng badly treat
ed or else there am two Miss Cousins
traveling about If such Is the case I
should like to soe the other."
Miss Couzins is now under the care of
her physician and will not lcavo tha
hotel for several days.
Heady For a l.on Tims.
Washington, Nov. 3. Inquiry was
yesterday made at tho department of
statu relative to the statement coming
from Ottawa that tho negotiations be
tween the United States nnd tho Cana
dian governments to issuo proclama
tions providing forrcciproclty In wreck
ing and towing In waters contiguous
to each country had bo far come to
naught, and Implying that tho United
States government was to blame. It Is
learned here that the United States hoa
been rr jwly for a long time to Issuo the
proclamation, but that delay has been
caused by tho failure of the Canadian
legislature to act us required In the
Depredations by Indian Soldiers.
Moiiii.k, Ala., Nov. 2. A citizen of
Lcaksvillo, Green county, Miss., reports
that on Friday last the Indian coutpany,
now making its customary fatigue
march from Mount Vernon barracks,
Ala., and return, marching along a tri
angular route, encamped near that
place and began a general slaughter of
hogs and sheep belonglug to the farm
ers. Tho clerk of the court, Dan Mc
Leon, states that he saw tho carcasses
of sheep carried by tho Indians Into
camp and knows that the white ofllcers
wore Informed of the depredations. The
women, especially those lu homes whoro
tho male protectors were absent, were
much alarmed by tho Indiana
A Craiy Mulatto.
Alton, 111., Nov. 2. An unknown
middle-aged mulatto was found wan
dering in thu woods near Upper Alton
on Friday lost, and under tho supposi
tion that hu wns sick wus taken to the
hospital. Last night a great sensation
was created by his -sudden appearance
at State and Main streets, a mile from
tho hospital, In a nude condition. A
posse of police with a patrol wagon
captured him with ditllculty, and he
was placed In confinement, u physician
pronouncing htm insaue.
TKLEUKAIMIIU IHIK VITIK4.
Cholera has appeared at Ilclgrade,
A patient who sleeps with ono eye
open is puzzling St Louli. physicians.
Tho Miller & Stephenson china and
glassware house, St Louis, has as
signed. Chicago wholesale grocers have unan
imously rejected tho terms dictated by
tho sugar trust
An unknown negro was killed by a
Memphis route train just as It entered
Kansas City, Ma
Tho Farmers' Insurance Co., of Le
roy, O., has been forblddeu doing busi
ness in Michigan.
F.dlth Dillon, colored, was frightenod
to death by a horse running loose at
llordentown, N. J.
The Milwaukee fire loss Is put at $3,
750,000, with two-thirds lusurance In
over 100 companies.
George Standish was burled In a fifty
foot well at Athol, Mass., but after nine
hours was dug out alive.
Gcorgo Clark's friends claim victory
for him in Texas by 75,000; Hogg's
friends figure on 100,000 on his Hide.
A farmer named Hedley has gone into
sunflower raising in Clark county, Ind.
Ho says tho demand for the seed is good.
Sadie Scnnlan, tho actress, died In
tho llloomlngdule (N. Y.) insane asylum,
directly after singing "Nearer, my God,
A bullet was fired at thu Huiigarlan
minister of the interior as hu was riding
lu a railway train. Thu cuuso Is un
known. A prehistoric ax has becu found in
thu Illinois river bottoms near Alton.
It Is of copper and said to bo the finest
An F.nglish capitalist has been at
Homestead seeking the enlistment of
thu lockvd-out Carnegie men to aid In
starting a co-operative steel plant.
Thu wife of William Host, of Eliza
beth, N. J., Is accused of putting crushed
glass in her husband's food. Tlio couple
iiavo lived unhappily for some time.
Gen. Pocoek, adjutant-general of
Ohio, has been deposed by Gov. McKln
ley. Pocoek took u young woman along
witli him to the Chicago celebrations.
Tho Sunday newspaper cases of Phil
adelphia have been taken under udvlso
inent by the stuto supreme court The
defendants were found guilty of world
ly employment on Sundays lu selling
The Athletic club building at Chicago
was destroyed by lire. The loss was
1100,000. It wus tit tlrst reported that
ldjolulng buildings tho Cyclorawa
tnd Hank Note ami two hotels were
destroyed, but happily tho fire was con
fined to tho place where It broke out
M. C, lUitf, In the Seward legisla
tive district, was beaten 14 votes by
MeDunlcls. Hart made a splendid
campaign, exhibiting surprising abil
ity as a stumper bud as a man, but the
fusion was too strong for him.
Judok Lawuknck surprised himself
by that 4-.'0 majority. Thu Judge was
popular from thu start, but no more so
before aud on election day than ho
will bias probate judge, lie will In
still now life Into that office.
new Orleans; t
An Order Issued Per Qenural
HELD FOR ARBITRATION.
Tha l'ollee aa MHMIa Maid la Kaadl
CM-Tha flreat flirlka la tha Cat-
Ion Factories of KaglaaU Or
dared -fifty Thousand
Man Are Af
fected. New Ori.ea xa, Nov. .At midnight
last night the amalgamated council ol
union worklngmen of this city ordered
a general strike of union men at noon
yesterday representatives of forty-six
unions signing the order. Tho Typo
graphical union waa not Included be
cause tho traders deemed It Important
to preserve the press as a medium of
communication with the public. This
nwrnlng, howovcr, the dry goods clerka
held a meeting and resolved not to
strike. This was the first break lu tho
line, and just before noon the mer
chants' committee received a communi
cation from the labor leaders asking
for n renewal of tho negotiations.
Tho orders called out were: llakera
and confectioners, broommakers, car
pentera and joiners, car drivers, cloth
ing clerks, coopers, cotton yard men,
horse shocrs, grain shovelcrs, marlno
mates, retail drug clerks, marlno and
stationary firemen, painters and deco
rators and paper hangers, pile drivers
aud wharf builders, freight teamsters
and loaders, sugar workora, longshore)
men, musicians, warehouse teamsters
and lumber yard men, scale men, ship
scrapers, gas workers, coal wheelers,
coachmen, international bollermakers
and Iron ship builders, screw men, rail
road workers, American carriers, rlco
workers, plasterers aud shoe clerks.
The entire day force of police wero
Instructed to report at their respealve
stations tills morning to be ready for
any emergency. A largo force of men do
ing night duty as well as tho super
numeraries have also been held in re
serve In case of trouble. Chief of Police
Goster does not expect any serious
trouble, but In tho event that any
should take place he will have a large
force ot policemen at hand to quell It
at a moment's notice. The patrol wag
on's are kept at the station to carry the
men to the scene of trouble.
Tho state troops have been quietly
ordered to prepare to respond If called
upon. Tho members of the different
commands are all listed so thoy can bo
found at any hour without trouble. All
the arms havo been cleaned nnd oiled,
ammunition made ready and tha ar
mory ordered guarded. It Is said that
militia will not bo called upon until all
the resources of tho municipality are
exhausted. About a thousand state
troops aro available, nnd under tho now
law, In return for tho privilege of pa
rading In uniform, the Washington ar
tillery, tho Continental guards and tho
Tiro El llcrsagllo can also bo called
upon for service within the city, giving
tho stuto about 500 more men.
TIIK OUR AT BT1IIKR IN ENGLAND.
London, Nov. 0. All tho efforts that
havo been mudo to bring about a settle
ment of tho strike In tho cotton indus
try have failed and tho mills at Ash ton-ou-Tyne
were closed to-day. The long
threatened crisis Is on and by Monday
50,000 operatives will bo Idle unless
something unforeseen should happen.
Tho spinners have a good chief in Mr.
Mawdsley, secretary of tho Amalga
mated Association of Operative Cotton
Spinners. It Is not likely thut ho will
give way without a severe struggle. If
a general strike Is Inaugurated it will
last several months.
In commenting upon tho outlook to
day the Pall Mall Gazette says it has
no doubt that the heavy tariffs on cot
ton goods abroad Is at the bottom of
tho ditllculty. If Mr. Harrison is elect
ed there is no chance of a butter open
ing In tho United States. F.ven if Mr.
Cleveland Is elected a reduced duty on
llrltlsh cottou goods is uncertain. With
all tho European markets practically
closed against tho llrltlsh product tho
outlook Is not rosy.
IAMH CASK KNUKU.
lheJurr RetnrasB Verdict of Not flulltjr
After Instruction From Judge I'orter.
l'lTTsiiuaaii, Pa., Nov. 6. When
court opened this morning tho jury in
tho lams thumb rigging case had not
agreed upou a verdict and It asked for
Instructions on a polut which was sub
mitted in writing. This caused Judge
I'orter to lecture them.
Tho jury again retired and shortly
afterward brought in a verdict of not
guilty as to all of tho ofllcers of tho
military concerned in the case, but Cols.
Strcator and Hawkins aro assessed half
the costs of tha case.
After the verdict had been rendered,
Col. llraddock arose aud naIiI: "In vluw
of uyour honor's charge, wo ask that
such portion of the verdict of the jury
us places the cost on the defendant bo
Judge I'orter replied: "Make your
motion lu writing and we will consldur
It was announced that the jury stood
ten for conviction and two for acquittal
until the charge of tho court, ami when
they took their tlrst vote after relurn
Inir to their room the vote was eleven
to one for acquittal aud tho twelfth
wus soon wou over.
An Ohio OMclet IHiapurars.
Waiihkn, O., Nov. 0. Samuel C-.ie
tho township treasurer, Is missing und
tin. iriMtees aro after htm for money
lately lu his care as treasurer. Hu U
nlso custodian of the school fund and
last year there camo Into his hands not
far from 13,700 for township nnd school
uses. Whether thcro is nny shortage
In the school funds, which comprise
about two-thirds of all money in his
care, is not known.
Tlio Wisconsin Ceutral refuses to w
switching charges ou lumber longer ut
French papers claim that the govern
ment Is suppressing tho facta about tha
operations In Dahomey.
There are 100 democrats In Guthrie,
who expect to be either governor, at
torney, marshal or secretary of Okla
homa under Grcver. Nono of them
will lie. Those offices will bu tilled
by a hungry horde from the "solid
Any mnn the republicans could have
nomluated would have had a hard
tiuto to beat Havlghorst ind would
have probably coino out as far behind
M did Norrls. ,v
HU., SWEET EH.
A Horn for you and your
Of Acrfs In- th Chtro-
k Strip Qoon to
bo Qlvon to tho
.. Pooplo for
Thl WIN Tail TM tie YMiMn
I h aUneftl.
BMIN TO PMTAJUI MOW.
TkefaetOuUHaew mm alo.t
the ChuTokM Xidiaai whereby they
will raliaqolah til their right, title and
intereet ia the tract of laai kaowa aa
the Cherokee atrip. It ie time that
oar people ehoald poeeeee a thorongh
aaderttandiaf of the litaatioa ia or
der that they nay be able to take ad
vantage of what will be about the last
ehaaoe to eeonre free homee on gov
eminent domain. Binoe the opening
of the Oklahoma country the fertilo
lande ia tho reservation! eronnd it
have been the principal objective
pointa ot thouiandeof homeeeekers.
The Iowa; Sao and Fox and Fotta
watomie reservations were opened for
esttlement on the 22nd day ot Sep
tember, 1891. Thousands cf persons
have found homes there and the coun
try ia being rapidly developed and
hu a great future before it It is
estimated that nearly a thousand col
ored families secured homee in these
teeervatione. This result was brought
about through tho influence of the
A ooaserrativo estimate of thn
mount of wealth acquired by the
eolosed people in Oklahoma by scour
ing homesteads is placed at from tno
hundred and fifty thousand to four
hundred thousand dollars. By this
we mean that the property which
they have secured here within the lost
six months will sell to day for four
hundred thousand dollars more than
it cost them.
Tho Hsbald is proud ot what it hai
done for the advancement of the No
gro. We point to the past as an evi
donee of what you may expect in tho
future. Follow its advice and you
will bo tho winner. Below we give
full instructions as to how to proceed
to secure these homos. Study it care
fully and you will have no trouble in
knowing just how to procood,
WHO OAK TAXI HOUKSTEiDS.
The law says that any citizen of the
United States who is the head of a
family or who is twenty one years of
go and who is not already the poses
sor of more than ICO acros of land in
any state or territory shall be entitled
to enter 160 acres of unoccupied pub
BOW TO TAXI ABOMUSTIAD.
When the lands aro opou to sottla
mant you select wherever yon can
find it 40, 80 or 160 acres of hm
and elaim that ao your homestead.
As evidence that yon do claim it, you
must make some visible improvements
Drive a stake with your name on it;
cut timber to lay the foundation of u
bouse; do a litUe plowing or some
other act that will show to others that
you nave occupied that particular
piece of land. These first improve
meats should at the earliest possible
moment be followed by others of a
MAIINO TOO! riUXO.
After having made settlement on
the laud proceed, in iemon, as soon
as possible to the government land
office for the district in which your
laud is located aud there luako your
Sling as follows:
FmtT. You must file an application
with the oflicors of tha laud otliuo,
which application must be on tlio
blank form used by the laud office.
The application will state that you
hate made settlement ou a cmtaiu
F tract of loud, the proper description
of which can bo readily nscortuiuou,
aud that yon claim the same undor
the homestead law.
SscoMn. Tou must file an affidavit
in which you swear tlutjyou'.aro prop
erly qunlifiad to take a homestead,
that is that you are a citirou of tho
United States and that you are either
tho head of a family or that you aro
21 years of age, and that you hao
taken the land for your own uso and
benefit an.d for the purpose of culti
vating tho same and making it your
Third. Too must pay to the ro
eoiver of the land office the filing feo
which is six dollars for 40 uoros,
even dollars for 80 ncroa, or fourteen
dollars for 160 acrea,
This done, yon have complied with
all the requirements of the law uocos
ary to take a homestead.
auiae rmi moor.
Al any time after one year from
Hm lake oi eeUlemeat yoo tun make
yeajf taetotfW-4-elewal Und
ofieo aid pay for lead yofl itsre talrou
at the government price and g?t a
deed to your land from tha United
States. The price to bo paid in the
Cherokee strip eannot yet bo told. It
will be whatever price the government .
haa to psy tno Indians. Probably a
dollar and twenty-five cents art acre.
Or it may be dollar nd fift? cents
btai bavi nrm mss.
However if yon wish to do so you
aro allowed to lira on the land seven
years before making proof and paying
for the land, and until yon make your
final proof the land cannot be taxod
for any purpose, which is a great ud
It should not be understood that the
irke yon pay the government for the
and represents its;aclual value. Far
from it. Very little of the land is
actually worth less than eight or ten
dollars an acre,
Just so soon as yon have completed
your entry on 160 acres of land iu this
country, yon are worth at least one
thousand dollars more than before yon
mado your filing.
Is this worth trying for f If it is
why dont yon try for itl
No one ean do this for yon. Ytu
must mail tht itttlemtnl yturulf
You mutt g$ to thi United Statu iand
effitt and mtkt ytur filinit ycurttlf.
Ytu and ytur family, if you huve tne,
or ysur family at any rate mutt livt
on it. Ytu must mait tht final frtej
If any mun tolls you thut yon enn
got a uotucUcad in any olhor way
look out for him. Ho ia either iguu
rant and do&s Dot know what ho it
talkiug about, tr ho h wilUully de
ceiving you, kI piobably tting tt
defraud you, ei boon your guard und
do not bo doccivcd.
Tho govornment favors ita old sol
diora by iniikin;,' ono oxecptiou in their
favor, which is us followo: au old sol
dier cr.u if ho wants to appoint en
ugotit who through power ol attorney
can iilo papcra ut the luud ofiice for
such soltlior. But viithin six months
from tho filing of tho doclnr.ttory
stutoiuont the soldier and his Janijly
must take up their actual rosklenco ou
the land, uud in every other respect
conform lo the law au stjitcd abgye.
WHIM TO COMB.
Come any time when you are pre
pared to- do co. Be prepared wo
moau jubt what wo have always said,
dont come to this country unless you
are prepared to support yourself and
family until such time as ytu. tan
raise a crop.
Wo mako tliic -loint strong. It is
riyht aud good for you to understand
tho circuuibl,icu3. It will uot do to
coruo hero expecting to depend on
getting cuiployruuut to support your
uelf. Whilo hundreds havo done it
und como out all right, wo still say
that it will not do to depend on it.
Wo cannot afford to deceive you. We
want you to como with your eyes
uidu open, and to know nn noar aa
potiaiblo what you ato coming to, in
oiilerlhtt you may ineot and success
fully bveruome tho hauMiipa of a now
oouutry, and in order that the race
bore muy mnko the highest possible
development in tho shortest possible,
apnea of titao.
WUEH WILL TI2 LA.XD3 ONM f
Wq answer you frankly, we dont
know, but wo thall give our readers all
the frcBh news in regard to it from
week: to week, lluud the Hf.uald and
kecppcteJ. Tho probabilities are
ihutjlt will bo openod in tho spring or
catiy 'summer, uud wo hopo to eeo it
soo it oponod oatly iu the spring so
thut tho people can mako a full crop
after tho opcuing it possible,
WUXIIX SHALL YOU COME?
Wo nuswor without any hesitation
whutovor. Come to Langston City,
It ia the plnco for you to wait the
opening of tlio Strip. Hero you can
for a fuw dollars bcciiro n good lot uud
put up a cheap houso that will bhcltoi
you and your lovod ones. Hero you
will find plenty of noblo tuon and
women, who like yourselves havo
turned their bvjko upon their old as
iiociuliuiiri, havo uriduu iu the strength
of their manhood aud womanhood
aud come to mako for thcmsolves
homes iu thia fair land whoro every
r.iiiu Ih a man and evory woman is a
woman, provided thoy conduct thoin
tolvoH ns fucIi, without regard to the
color of their Hkitw
In caso thut tho opening of the
lauds uhould bo delayed longer than
is uxpttcted, you can tent laud close
by Langtiton and you can mako a crop
ou it and at the samo limo livo ou
your lot, whoro your childron can
have school privileges and yourselves
and familio havo sociuly.
Thon when tho opening comes you
will bo right hero ou tho ground and.
will know just what stops to lake aud
will bo much more likely to secure
claim than if you wait until the last,
minute to come.
If you nro doing reasonably oil
where yoti are and havo emplojsjei.t
it will bo bollor for you to st.iy wboie
you aro until lato in tho winter, but
in tho mouu limo you should bo mak
ing youg arrnngcmonlf), so that when
tho time comes you will have nothing
to iutclero with your plana, and re
member that this may be your laBt
chnnco for a froo home. If you contemplate-
coming do uot delay but se
cure) a lot iu Langston City at once
whilo thoy aro choap all things con
sidered, in thi;.! you will have a place
of yonr own to come to and at the
samo time you Will have an invest
ment that will bo rapidly Increasing