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The Arizona Republican.
Tho Only Paper Between Galveston, Toxas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes the Full Dispatches of the Associated Press.
PHOENIX. FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 18. 1890.
THE ARIDLANI) LAW.
It Ki'iTiu's Further Consideration
by the Senate.
I-OW KM. 1 ATTACKED AGAIN.
I.iiikI (Irnnt Forfeiture Act ranted
lj iIicHoum Mr. Cannon Score
Mr. llyniim on II l
the amount placed to GetehcH's credit.
Wright ami lockwood lioth disclaimed
tho eitdor.semeiit of the note and tho
cano was turned over to the District At
torney. Warrants wero issued for the nrrest of
Chadwiek, Dana on and lxekwood. On
examination before a Justice of tho
Pence, the case against Lockwood wn9
dismissed. Tho cases against Damron
and Chad wick were continuetl until to
morrow. MUltDKIt WILL OUT.
W cmiinuton, July 17 The Senate
ninnied consideration of tho Sundry
tivil Appropriation Hill, the pending
question being on an amendment to add
mi appropriation of $300,000 for topo
graphic sun ova, with a provision that
half that sum be expended west of the
HUst meridian, and that tho act of
Murih 2, 1SS8, regarding irrigable lands,
lu , ime.lletl.
Mr. Call, of Florida, nrgued against
the amendment. He said the repeal of
the irrigation law would open an atea
o( arid hauls of 200,000 square miles to
the operations of foreign syndicates who
would -cue much of it under the desert
land and timber land laws.
Mr. MiHxiv argued in favor of the
amendment." He ridiculed the pre
teimons of Major Powell and haul the
region in which he (Moody) lied and
fur a hundred miles west of it which
Major Powell designated as arid land
w is as line agricultural country as the
Min ever shone ujioii and there was not
.in acre of desert land in it and was as
will watered as any paitof New England
i,r New York. " .....
Mr. Keagan spoke m opposition to the
amendment ami against continuing the
irrigation survey. Without finishing his
remark-, Mr. Keagan yielded the lloor
for a motion to adjourn.
No progress has been made with the
bill today. , .
Mr. Allison offered a resolution mak
ing it in order at any time to move
that the debate on any amendment to
the appropriation bills lo limited to five
minutes for each Senntoi, the question
mi suih motion to be determined with
out debate. He remarked that such a
n-olution has been frequently adopted
bv the M'nate. The Senate adjourned.
An Old Portland, Oregon, Crimp Ilelleved
to lit Cleared Up.
PoinxAM, Oregon, July 17. The
Kittling Telegram today publishes an ar
ticle claiming that the mystery sur
rounding tho murder of Thomas
Kneally, in this city on September (I,
18S0, in the basement of the Villard
Hotel, iias been cleared up. Kneally
was belieed to have lieen murdered
for his money. A clipping lias been re
ceived from ii Springlield, Mass., news
paper in which it is announced that
Potftnl.' I! IVilnn Iwifmn liia ilnntli.
,... ... .'...., .......... ..... ..........
which occurred in the county hospital at
Springlield, mado a confession to tho
President that in the latter part of 1880
he and another man murdered a
cf rnnrr.). it. tlm lifiuomoiit nf flu. Villnrd.
That stranger is believed to have boon
1'IltK AT KKD III. H IF.
SPORTS OF THE DAY.
Another Record Sniashed at
IIANQUKT'S Sl'LKNDIH IlKCOllI).
Other Spnrtlnc KvcnU the World Over
What Wait Done In the Field
of itaae Hall by the
In the Home.
W vmhmiton, July 17. The House
went into committee of the whole on the
land grant forfeiture bill.
Mr. Holnian, of Indiana, otlered an
amendment forfeiting all land not earned
within the time limited by the granting
Mr. Mcltae, of Arkansas, ollered an
amendment directing the attorney
general to bring suit againt the
jur-oni holding lands opposite to
the constructed iortion m of tho
mad which was not constructed
within the time specified in the act.
The amendment wi defeated, and the
lull reported to the House. . .
Mi Holnian moved to recommit it
with instructions to the Committee on
Public Lands to report it back with a
...... ,u,,.,, fr,rf..itint nil lllllils not e.lrlied
urnjiiuii i .... ..j. .... ... 1-
within the time limited in the granting
The bill then passed.
The bill, which is the Senate bill, will,
with the Hou'-e substitute therefor, for
feit all lands granted to aid in the con
struction of a railroad opposite to and
contiguous with any portion of any such
railroad not now "completed. In the
ctmr-e of debate on tho bill, .Mr. Bynuiii
referred to a colloquy between Messrs.
(.union and Houk,' the other day,
in which they referred to each
other as nuiuanees. This reference
w is omitted from tho record and
Mr llvnum called attention to the
"pceih'bv Mr Cannon during the Fif
tit tli Coiigre-, deprecating the mutila
tion of the records.. Mr. Cannon said
he and Mr. Houk said things in the heat
of debate which they agreed to after
ward to bo left out ofthe record. This
hud been dono in personal matters from
time immemorial. Mr. Cannon scored
Mr P.vnum sharply and expressed tho
opinion that he was the only representa
tive in the House w ho had tho heart on one
hand of maliiriiaiicv and on the other to
obtrude himself where, under the par
liamentary u-ago of the House, he did
not belong. As to his speech in the
1 iftieth Congress, that had been a con
trovert between Mr. Bymnn and hiin-M-lf.
Mr. Bynuin had not come to him
and agreed to strike out what had been
sud, but struck it out without consulta
MILL 1'OIt C'ASA GKANDK.
tjliltt'lin lutcrcntlnj: and Contly CoullnRrn
llKi Ui.ikk, CuL, July 17. At 1-45
o'clock this afternoon lire broke out in
the restaurant in the Corrigan building
ami burned furiously. D.iriough's drug
store and the olllces overhead, Dany's
tailoring establishment, Ketnauers' res
taurant and lodging house were com
pletely destroyed bv lire, which re
sisted' the efforts of the entire lire
department, reinforced by the railroad
company's tire engine for more than nn
hour. At 8:80 j. m., the lire wns under
control, having lieen confined mainly to
I rviiu ntiil liiaMpnnpf. iilinlir nn fnllnuH
K. l'ish. damaL'e to bui dim;. $1,000:
fnllv insureil. 11. H. D.irrouirh. loss to
stock, $2,500; iusurnnce, $U,000. M.
Lorngan, loss to uuiiiting, jo.ouu; insur
ance, $7,000. P. It. Kestner, restaurant
and furniture, loss $2.000 : insurance
$1,150. Other losses amount to more
A SMALL SENSATION.
Monmouth Park, July 17. The event
of the day was the third raco, the
contest for tho Stockton stakes, for
which Banquet, Tournament, Sir John
and others were entered. Banquet won
in 2:0;1J, with Hearst's Tournamont
This is the fastest time ever mado in
this country for a milo and a fourth.
The best previous time being Salvator's
2:05, mode at Sheepshead Hay in March,
ltimniiot is n bnv L'pldinir. three vears
old by Hay, out o'f Deer, dam Ella T,
and is ow ned uy congressman vv . i.
First race, three-fourths of n milt
Meridan won, Lady Keel second, Blue
Hock third. Time 1 :11'.
old tillies, three-fourths of a mile Am
bulance won, Fairy second, Gallic Mc
Clelland third. Time 1:11.
Third race, Stockton stakes, mile and
a fourth Banquet won, Tournament
second, Sir John third. Finns 2 .011?.
Fourth race, one mile Kenwood won,
Taviston second, Belinda third. Time
Fifth race, mile and an eighth Sam
Wood won, Penzance second, Brussels
third. Time 1 :50.
Sixth race, three-fourths of a mile
Beauty won, Foford second, Baughrum
third. Time 1 :15.
(iKI)U(lE llKCKKUS IS ACCUSEI1 OF
SKDllC'IM) A YOUNG (Hill..
A Story C)imei) from Los AiiRelcit That
. He ltmi Auny to Arizona with a Lnu
Onlj 1 1 Years of Arc. '
George Beckers, the well-known horse
man, has got himself into a ieck of
trouulo at I)S Angeles.
It will be reiueinbcied that Beckers
left Pluenix several weeks ago, for
California, taking with him his fine
stallion, Forrest Clay, and several other
hordes. It seems from later develop
ments thnt he had a companion on the
In the 1)S Angeles Timet of July 15
appears an article whereby it is made to
appear that I'.eckers, about four months
ago ran away to Arizona wun a ixis
Angeles girl, only 14 years of age. The
girl returned to Los Angeles with
Beckers on his last trip, was found by
the police and given into the keeping of
her stepfather and mother. Mr.
Patterson, the stepfather, tried to have
Beckers arrested for ecduction or rape,
but Justico Lockwood refused to issue
the warrant, there being no evidence to
show the commission of either crime.
The parent nre determined to punish
Beckers in some manner.
It is claimed that the pair returned
to get the consent of the gril's mother
to a marriage, but Pattei son says she w ill
not give it for the reason that he believes
that Beckers has a wife and family in
l.i7nnn lnHnrfcnit uns Inter met on
tlie street by Beckers, who threatened
to snoot linn lor incoming litinomuiier
A Dispute nn to the Time.
Monmouth Pakk. July 17. According
to a gentleman who held watches on the
Monmouth race track, today, the record
of 2:05. made by Salvator for a mile and
a quarter, was broken by a second and
a quarter by Banquet, the winner of
tho Stockton stakes today. Doubt as
to the correctness of this time is ex
pressed by many of the witneseH
of the race. It is argued that the timers
did not catch the start before the horses
had run a sixteenth. The race was on
a straight course and the horses, when
they stood at the iost could not hav e
leen seen with the naked eye, but with
the aid of a glass they could just tie
distinguished, but n track of dust in
terrupted even the view with glasses.
The ollicial time was taken.
inninc was finished rain prevented fur
ther play. Attendance, 800. Score:
New York 4, Cleveland 4.
XIIE LAKE 1'KVIN ACCIDENT.
Captain Wethcren and hU Crow Under
St. Paul. July 17. Captain Wetheren
and six of tho crow of the steamer Sea
Wing have arrived heie. The govern
ment inspectors are conducting an in
vestigation behind closed doors. Cap
tain Wetheren and Clerk Is lies in a
statement concerning the disaster
say that when tho Btorm m arose
tho steamer was completely and in
stantly overturned. The captain was at
tho wheel and did all in las jwwer to
keep the boat beaded into the wind,
and remained in the pilot house until
completely submerged. The engineer
stood nt his post until the water filled
the engino room. Not a drop of liquor
was on loard, and none of the crew
drank a. drop that day. When the licit
left Lake City the storm seemed to have
ATlCASIElt CUT IN TWO.
An Kxcumlon Steamer It linn Iown a Lake
Dktuoit. Mich.. July 17. This even-
inc nt 0:30 o'clock, as the steamer City
of Detroit, with excursion passengers,
was Hearing the city, Her steering appa
ratus gave out, in some unaccount
able manner, and she sheered about
and ran into the steamboat Kee-
sota, cutting her completely in
two amidships. Captain Fick and a
crew of seventeen were rescued by row
boats that were in tho vicinity at the
time. The steward was drowned. Judge
Nichols, of Batavia, Ohio, an ex
cursionist on tho City of Detroit,
was severely injured by tne ureaKing
of some shrouds and three or four other
passengers w ere slightly hurt. The city
of Detroit is damaged to the extent of
$2,000. The Keesota, valued at $120,000,
is a total loss.
THOSE ENGLISH SHIPS.
Are Not Goinir
Itch ring1 Sea,
THE ADMIKAL DISTINCTLY SAYS.
KegartlH the Subject One Purely of
Diplomacy and Not by Any
Means One for Shlpi
VicToitiA, B. 0., July 17. H. M. S.
Warspite, the flagship of tho North' Pa
cific squadron, with Hear Admiral Hat-
linm almnril nrrivml linrn tliisnftornoon.
The Admiral w as received with a salute
fired by II. M. S. Champion. He was
seen on board the flagship by a corres
pondent, who interviewed him chiefly in
regard to the suggested movement of
warships to protect Canadian vessels in
Behring Sea. The Admiral had not yet
had nn onnortunitv to complete the
perusal of a mass of correspondence that
awaited him here, but he stated emphat
ically that he had as yet received no in
structions to send any of the fleet to the
Vnrtli in iirntpet Itritish vessels from
seizure by American cutters, or to retake
any that might be seized in ueiinng
He considered the matter principally,
from what he had read of it in the press,
one for diplomatic negotiation, and he
nun yet 10 learn w nai new- pmieu mm
presented itself that, would suggest the
possibility of warships being referred to
take a hand in the adjustment of the
HEADED FOK SAN FKANCISCO.
A Great Day at Chicago.
Washington Pakk. July 17. The
feature of the day was the Hyde Park
stakes worth aliout $11,000. the richest
event of the West, outside the American
Derby. The track was fast.
First raco, all ages, mile and a six
teenth Arundel won. Liz7ie I) second.
Moxic II third. Time, 1:50.
Second race,.nll ages, one mile Anne
Klizboth won, Wary second, Prophecy
third. Time, 1:42'.
Third race, Hyde Park stakes, two-year-olds,
three-quarters of a milt Bal
gowan won, Kingman second, Hey del
Hey third. Time, 1 :lfl.
Fourth race, one mile anu seventy
yards Heron won, Woodcraft second,
Prince Fortune third. Time, 2:10.
Fifth race, all aires, milo and a fur
won, Ballyhoo second,
Mi-rliil)-iiliiMt I.o, of the Central Silver
Company. Illi n .Villi.
s(m ial I).uitih to The Hi ruuMCAN.
L'ii(iiniuo N. M., July 17. Superin
ti mlent I)ss, of the Central Silver Com
pany, t'aa (Jrande, has purchased the
ioia mill at Keitendorl, eight miles
from Lordsburg. The mill cost $80,000,
and is the most complete mill in this
i turn. It has twenty stamps and is
"applied with all modern machinery. It
will be moved in September.
VVOUI.DW I'AUt SITE,
The Itlte of a Slrk Child Caur a Thy-
A tow davs aco Dr. Scott Helm was
called upon to attend the infant daughter
of Mr. Kile, whose residence is about
two miles northwest ofthe city. Ho
found the child suffering from laryngeal
diphtheria, and her mouth being filled
with mucus, he cleansed it, using las
forefinger for the purpose. The child
bit the linger slightly, but little atten
tion was paid to the hurt until Wednes
day, when the finger began to swell.
The inflammation spread until it em
braced the whole hand and spread up
the arm to the left ear, showing an un
mistakable case of blood poisoning.
Several brother physicians were sum
moned and since have lieen doing all in
their power to alleviate the intense pain
and to stop the progress of the virus.
The doctor was resting somowhat
morn i.nyilv limt I'Vl'limi' mid tho attend-
iiiu physicians report .a more favorable
A Kick Aclnrt HawklnH.
Ciiicauo, July 17. Much dissatisfac
tion has been expressed by horsemen
from the South nnd elsewhere with the
way in which things have been going at
Washington Park during the present
meeting. This dissatisfaction is
chiefly directed toward the running
of tho Chicago stable owned by
Geo. Hawkins, a well known gambling
houi-e keeper. His horses have been
l'...i!ir ... nrtil mif1' in n rnmnrl.!lltln
luimii) ... . v..w ... . .. ........... .w
manner and tho papers of the city which
began to express mild astonishment
have como to outright denunciation.
There nre threats made that unless
Hawkins is expelled none of the South
ern stables will bo represented here
The Santa Fe Company Freparine to llullil
Six FitvNTisco, July 17. A railroad
agent made the statement today that a
Chincee contractor and furnisher of
labor had called at his office and during
the course of a conversation said that
he wns under contract to furnish 1000
Chinese laborers to the Santa F"e in one
month's time at or near Mojave. The
Chinese in question is a regular con
tractor for this sort of work, nm' has
on provious occasions furnished men to
both the Southern Pacific and the At
lantic & Pacific lines. At the Santa F'e
offices in this city nothing can be
learned regarding the proposed move
ment. W. A. Bissell, general manager,
when last heard from, was still at Albu
querque, N. M.
A Cruel Mate.
Poktlvnd, July 17. Second mate
Tjindron. of the American bark Ivy.
was arrested this afternoon by a Deputy
UIIIICU OUUC3 .mucimi, Jti ) vw.oo. ......
which was sworn to by A. A. Wayle.
At iliirpront times on the vovace from
New York. Landron kicked and other
wise mistreated mcmliers of the crew
n.l nn Mnroli .11 Ii lust, lie mtiiiielleil
John Marr to goaloft during a gale and
while in the rigging Marr was swept off
by a sail and fell to tho deck, death re
HIiootliiK at L Angclcn.
Los Asnni.Es, July 17. Albert Itas
liius was shot and seriously wounded
this evening by A. Sinden. Tho affair
wKiirrn in u linrBi' cur nn Snrintf Street.
The bullet entered the neck just below
the jaw and came oui on me ooposuu
side, passing through the windpipe.
Knuinus will me omcers uiui iiu iiau
trouble with Linden over his (Hasmus')
wife, and had warned Linden to keep
away from her. The police are looking
for l.umen .
Flie Were Drowned.
Utica, N. Y., July 17. The steamer
St. Lawrence collided with the pleasure
yacht Catharine on tho St. Lawrence
i.ii-ni- ni.nr Alnvnliilri.1 li.iv. tonicbt. Of
a party of twelve on the yacht five were
drowned, iney were j.uwaru lvmuvr-
ton, Mrs. Edward Pcmberton, Mrs. .
I). Hart, Miss Margnret Henry nnd En
gineer John Seneicall, all from Brad
17. The Na-
Leavlne Fort AlcDowell.
The evacuation of Fort McDowell has
been commenced. The ten-horse team
of Alike Graham came in yesterday from
the post, loaned wun me enecis oi uiu
hospital, which are to be shipped from
hern in Knrt. Lowell. The OIllv trOOPS at
McDowell, a companyof infantry, have
been ordered on across neno moiiiiuiiu,
to head off the Indians who killed Ba-
bnr mill the pnillll i .almost (lcSCrted.
The transfer of military material and
... ...111 I.. ..II ....1.-t.Ti:i.. InLii until
BlOrCS Will, ill tfll piuuuuiiit.y, ii"i u....
August 15th, at about which time the
buildings will be turned over to tire In
terior Department for use as an Indian
nnna from TTntleil SlntpR bonds that
have been redeemed. These will also
have to be counted. The experts .win
finish oil Tuesday when they will go to
TMiil.tilelnliin. to innke the tiansfer of the
A New l'ontofllce.
Within a few weeks, as soon as the
necessary papers are signed and ap
proved, the Phcenix postoffice will be
moved into the comer room of the Mon
ihon building, for which a five years'
lease will be given to Uncle Sam. Tho
location is a central one and the change
will be popular among business men.
The room in size is 20x00 feet, ample
for all present needs. A door will !e
cut in the side wall, on Cortcz street,
for the reception of mail, and the room
will bo fitted up thoroughly for its new-
The Indian Scare.
Nothinir definite has come to hand rel
ative to the killing by Indians in Gila
county. The murdered man's name was
v.luiinl linker HeuiiHwell known to
all people around Glolie, nnd was part
owner oi a came rancn near vhimi
creek, in the Salt river slope of the Si
erra Anclias, at which place he was
killed. One company of Indian scouts
from San Carlos are now upon the trail
of the murderers, and the company of
infantry from McDowell is ordered to
assist in the chase.
He Killed them With Iluekuliot.
Bkadfokp. Pa.. July 17. Lewis Ma-
roni came from New York recently vv ith
a gang of men to work on the rew Alle
gheny and Kinsua railroad. Today five
Italians came to Maroni's store and de
manded that he join them in a striKe.
Maroni refused to do this, whereupon
the delegation rushed at Maroni. He
managed to break away from them and
secured a breech-loading Fhotgun. He
filled all the men with buckshot, but
none were fatally hurt.
iV MONGREL TICKET.
That Nominated by the Farmers
OKANGEU AND LADOKEK JOINED.
Indication That All Is Not l'lcanint
Sailing for the Grangers In
Their Pint LeMou
THE SCHOOL FUNDS
. PENNSYLVANIA STORM.
MANY l'KOI'LK KILLED HV
NINO AND DKHHIS.
rvrli.nn That Coi ered a Section of
Country More Than Sixty Mllea Wide
nnd One Hundred Lon.
Maricopa County, an Shown by
County Treanurer'n lleport.
From the tabulated report of County
Treasurer Crenshaw to the Territorial
Superintendent of Public Instruction
the following is selected, oi interest io
all trustees and taxpayers :
KFIEIITS OF HCHOOL MOEV.
Territory .. . .. O0 IO
Comity Taxes.. . -." J"
l'ollTttxeil. .. . LLM91
Special Taxes, District No. 1,'J,CC0 87
' " District No. 2, 1 V) '
) " DlfUictKo.il, 10 75
" " District No. 17, 117 s:
" " DUtrictKo.iB), 20C Zi
Fines and other hources.
llalance on hand, July 1, lbM). .
Total. ... I9.81
AMOUNT APPORTIONED EACH DISTRICT.
ON THE DIAMOND.
(liliiiKi, Ik Still MonkeylnK
fun io, July 17. All ordinance
granting the ut-e of the lake front as a
cite for the World's Fair was pased to
night by Mie City Council. Amend
ments requiring tho uue of no less than
150 acres there, involving tho filling in
f at least 100 acres of tho lako front at
tlic expense of the city, were adopted.
In -oiiie quarters it is predicted that
tin aiiii-iiiliiient will prevent the use of
tin- lako front anil that the Fair will bo
II1 entirely in Jackson Park, six miles
'rum the center of the city.
LOS AMSKI.KS r'OUOKUS.
l.os Min.tn, July 1". City Justice
Walter c. Lockwood, Hon. Jnmes M.
Dainron, a member of the State legisla
ture, and J. s. Chndwick, a well known
real estate operator, were nrrested this
afternoon on a charge of forgery. On
Tuesday last a promissory note for $110,
in favor of B. P. Oetchell, and endorsed
h W. C. Uckwood and F. I. Wright, n
eivil engineer, was discounted at the
Southern California National Bank and
Two Death nt the Asylum.
Two deaths occurred Wednesday night
at the Insane Asylum. John Kyan,
sent to the institution from Kingman,
Moiave County, died of a complication
of Bright's Disease and heait trouble
Later in the evening a quadroon woman
from Pima County nho passed awny.
Sho had been suffering from a sevcro
fever. Everything possible was dono
bv Doctor Toney to alleviate the pains
oi the two unfortunates, but death
seemed inevitable. The interments
wero made yesterday at the asylum
cemetery, at the northeast corner of the
grounds. Without exception all tho
other patients are in a physically health
The DUtrlct Court.
Tho Home mining suit took up nearly
all of yesterday in tho District Court.
After argument by counsel and the pres
entation of additional testimony, the
Court released the defendant from con
tempt and took tho injunction applica
tion under advisement.
Argument was piesented in the case of
Farmer vs. the Directors of tho Normal
School, and the matter was taken under
The National League, llrothttrhood
American I.eacue (InuifK.
Fiiii.apkm-hia, July 17. The Buffalo
Brotherhoods made the Phillies hustle
for Victory this afternoon. Attendance
700. Philadelphia 5, Buffalo 2.
IiiioOKiA-N, July 17. The Brotherhood
game this afternoon was an unusually
excitimr match, and was won by the
Brooklyns in tho tenth inning. Attend
ance 500. Brooklyn !), Cleveland 8.
I'm. iiim mni .lnlv 17. Tho Ohieairo
game this afternoon was by long odds
the most exciting League contest seen
hero this season. Attendance, 3100.
Score: Philadelphia 7, Chicago 5.
Boston, July 17. The Chicago Broth
erhood was easily beaten by Nad's work
today. Attendance, 4000. Boston 12,
Boston, July 17. In the League
c-imn trulnv Ifliines WAR hit hard in onlv
ono inning, but ill that the game was
lost. Attendance, z,;;w. score-. Bos
ton 0, Cincinnati !l.
BnooKiA-x, July 17. The Pittsburg
League club won a close and exciting
contest from the Brooklyn's this after
noon. Attendance, 1,200. Score: Pitts
burg 7, Urooklyri 5.
Nkw Yoick, July 17. The New Yoik
Brotherhood nine defeated tho Pitts
burgs through superior, all round work.
Attendance, 000. New York 8, Pitts-
San Fhancisco, July 17
won easily today. Score:
ban t ranoisco z.
Columbus 5, Brooklyn 0.
liOiiiaville 0, Syracuse 4.
Toledo 5, Rochester 2.
St. Louis 3, Athletics 4.
New Yoiik, July 17. The Cleveland
League had a lively game today, which
resulted in a draw. Just as tho ninth
Iliiine for Soldier'
rh.r.vKi.ANi. Ohio. July
tional Womans' ltelief Corps home for
eiiiiinru mnthnrH. u ivos nnd armv
nurses, of Madison, Lake County, was
dedicated today under the auspices of
the Womans' Belief Corps.
One Hundred niul One Hodlcg.
Likk Citv, Minn., July 17. One Iwdy
was found this morning, that of a little
girl named Hosio Itandal. This makes
101 bodies recovered, and it is believed
that all arc out of the water.
Killed by Lightning.
NoitwAi.K, O., July 17. Lightning
struck Otto Goldner'fl house today, kill
ing his threo sons, "Freddie, "Willie and
Otto. Kate Smith, a neighbor in the
house at tho time, was badly burned.
The Mormon Church Incheated I'roperty.
Svlt F.aki:, July 17. The Supreme
Court today accepted the resignation of
Frank 1). II. Djer, receiver of the
church escheated property, nnd ap
pointed Henry W. Lawiencc, .fixing his
bond nt $30,000.
ltube llurrowo DUcoiered.
ItiitMixaiiAU. Ala.. Ju'y 17. J. IL
Winslow, alias Charley N. Avin, waB ar
rested at Columbus, Miss., today. Ho
lias been recognied as Kube Burrows,
chief lieutenant in mo train roouing
Thrown From n Cart nnd Killed.
AVkstpokt, CaL, July 17. Mrs. Chas.
Kimball, ot this placo, and Miss Maud
Stevens, of San Francisco, were thrown
from a cart last evening. Airs. Kimball
was killed and Miss Stevens seriously
l'rof. Orlllltlm Hadly Injured.
San FitANCisco, July 17. Prof. E. J.
Griffiths, a wealthy resident of Fresno,
whilo crossing Mnrket street today, was
knocked down nnd seriously injured by
a cable car.
Thknton, July 17. A destructive
storm of wind, hail, rain and lightning
visited this city today, unroofing a num
ber of houses. Michael Corcoran and
Louis Schlegel weie struck by lightning
and killed. Four persons were stunned
and felled to the ground at the base ball
Viiimiif.li'iiia. July 17. A severe
wind storm, accompanied by heavy rain
and thunder and lightning, passed .over
the city this evening. The wind blew a
hurricane, and considerable damage was
done to property. At Lonsdale, Penn.,
John Clemmer's barn was struck by
lightning nnd entirely consumed. Sev
eral other fires could be seen in various
directions. At Morrisville two men
were killed by lightning. Dispatches
from Norristown and Lock Haven report
heavy storms w ith damage to property.
A number of sailing vessels were cap
sized and for a time grave apprehen
sions were entertained as to the safety
of those known to have been on board.
All vv ere recovered.
BmsTOi., Pa., July 17. The steamer
Columbia was struck by n storm on the
Delaware this evening. All the awning
was carried away and most of the colored
glass in the window p.demolishcd. The
passengers wero terribly scared, but
pacified by the Captain with much
CAMPKN, JN. J., J my 1. xoingiu
there was a cry severe storm in this
locality. A small yacht containing five
men and a boy overturned in the river.
One man was drowned. Tho Terracotta
Works at the sea shore were struck by
lightning nnd badly damaged.
Amxntown, P.i., July 17. A violent
(.,..,.. nncciul over tlie eitv this nfter-
iioon. The roofs of a number of houses
wero blown off nnd many other build
ings wet e damaged.
South Betiilkhem, Pa.. July 17. A
cyclone, swept over Hellertowii, four
miles away, tins evening. iiji
reaiilenees were unroofed and church
steeples blown down. The Hellertown
agricultural wotks were luiiiuj- ucmur
ished. Seven worKiiicn susiaincu suvurc
liruises. John Freeman, aged 11, was
instantly killed. Two passenger trains
on the Lehigh vaucy roau cncouiucicu
tho storm and narrowly escaped being
Ashland, Pa., July 17. This town
was visited this evening by n rain and
hail storm which broko every window
on tho north side of every buildinc in
the town. . ,
Peouia, 111., July 17. A Lake Erie
and Western train was struck by a
...... t iii-ioVn Timntinn. One ear was
turned over and smashed. Several
,., i,.m xlichtlv wounded
The wiies arc down west nud
south. It is reported tho towns
nf 4nnii Vnllev and Norton are
badly damaged, and that seven men
were killed.in a brick-yard near West
no. or DIST.
am't i ho. or dist.
. muui . . ..
. 2.1 10 SO 22 .
. 2,116 HH ..
4V1 ).2I .
4 VI 30 23 ....
tt CO 26 ...
W, CO 27
. ym; co 2
. 4vi : no ...
4 vi ao.ii . ...
WW CO 32 .
4 VI 30. B
. 400 0031
4V4 : 36
'joO co; Total ...
4 VI 30
CREDIT BALANCE, JCLY 1, 1SW.
NO. OF DIST.
3 ".'." .
5 . .
7 . - ...
10 . .
ANT. NO. Of DlbT.
91 30 .
Pinrrn Aiirnmlii. wife and three chil
dren wero burned to death at. Quebec,
yesterday morning, by tho destruction
of the building in which they roomed.
n . .1.- ... ,. n..1 liia iirif.i llnln-
une oi mis uwiiuiu "" " "" V'""
mar) havo been arrested on a charge of
having caused the fire. -
Counting tho Coin.
Svn Fkancisco, July 17. All the gold
nnd silver has been counted in the
United States sub-treasury; amounting
to fG0,000,UUO, ana experts uru nu
busy with tho remaining paper money
.,.,.. .,1,,1 the silver nnd fractional
currency. There is also between eight
and nine million dollars worth of cou-
A Mine That Was Worked
Hundred Yearn Aro.
Frank Hyland, nn old-time Arizonan,
is in Phcenix, looking up the cost of
shipping ore to El Pnso. He is working
the old Montezuma or "Black Jack"
mine, situated about twelve miles west
This mine is n peculiar one. It was
located somewhere along in I808 by
"Black Jack," John Junior. It had at
that time a big shaft or hole
upon the ledge. The shaft was about
iiL.m.1 f..ot in uiiltli niul. when cleared
of the rubbish, it was found to be fifty
feet in depth, a urge nuinour 01 eiuue
axes and hammers lay about, indicating
that the work had been done by Indians,
possibly under the direction of Spanish
piiests perhaps three hundred years
ago. The shaft had been sunk in
"iIam oiieli nl Hint twenty feet in
depth.' to facilitate the carrying of oro to
the surface oy means 01 inuuers. xne
ore is very soft, being high'grade galena
in elmrneter nnd could have been easily
taken out even with the rude tools
found. No smelting apparatus of any
character has been found anywhere in
tho vicinity and it is the opinion of
miners that the ore extracted was of
sufficient richnef-s to bear the cost of
transportation to the old Spanish
smelters near where the Mexican line
The mine was sold by Black Jack to
nilnw.r Knlisliiirv A- Co.. for fc'.O.OOO.
They developed it extensively, sinking
.. ' 1.1 ..!. !. .1.....1. f 11K font
tlie Olll BinUl IU inu uujim . .vv..
There is a "fault," or "slip" in the ledge
at the depth ol sixty leet, mm no pay
rock was found in the shaft below that
level. The ledge, however, above tne
break is twenty feet in width, and over
1500 tons of rich wero taken out by the
company. Tho mine was left idle tor a
year thereaiter nnu was juiiiiwu uj
several parties, finally passing into the
lunula nf Air Itvlilllll.
He is now engaged in cross cutting the
ledge matter, following tne line 01 me
"fault" and confidently expects to strike
the continuation 01 inc vein, ueiow, in
no great distance. He has now upon
the dump several hundred tons of ore,
none of which, he savs, will run less
than forty per cent in lead and 15 iet
ton in silver. The ore he has to slap
will be about double the nveragc value.
St. Paul, July 17. At the Farmers
Alliance and United Labor convention,
this morning, the report of the Commit
tee on Resolutions was adopted. It de
mands that the war tariff lie radically
revised, especially denouncing the
McKinley bill as the crowning infamy of
protection. Demands government con
trol of railroads, favors increase in the
volume of money nnd demands free
coinage of silver.
The first ballot for candidates resulted :
Ignatius Donnelly 172, K. J. Hall 170,
Knutt Nelson 50, Daniel Buck 17, Gen.
J. II. Baker 5, Pinkham and Gamble 3
each, Itahilly, Herrington and Arm
strong 1 each.
The afternoon session was exciting,
there being nn expression of bitterness
on the part of one faction of the alliance
against the leaders of another, but a
ticket was finally nominated and was
sunnoscd to be fully acceptable to all,
although there are thope who doubt this.
The first ballot of the afternoon re
sulted: Hall, 232; Donnelly, 220;
Kich.O, Otten, 10; Baker, 0; uaiev, j.
Upon the conclusion of the vote Don
nelly took the floor in the interest of
harmony. He believed the nomination
of Hnll would be inadvisable and would
result injuriously to the Alliance. Hall
had publiclv insulted him by ordering
him to keep awav from the District
Convention, and his (Donnelly's)
friends would not forget it. . He
considered a compromise advisable
and proposed as a compromise can-
... . -.. . it 11-1. 111.. 1- TI11II m.
didate .vir. r. 11. iuihhij. - ." , re
leased his friends from supporting him
and favoring a compromise candidate.
Any result wouiu oe iiunvaiui..;
to lam. i-inaiiy, aui-r iuuui .. .....,
the roll call was resumed, lew votes
were cast for either Mr. Hall or Mr.
Donnelly and the current was all in
the direction of Mr. S. M. Owens,
editor of the Farm, Stock and
Home, published in Minneapolis. ben
it was apparent that a majority of votes
were cast for him, General Baker
moved that the nomination be made un
animous and the convention so ordered.
Donnelly made a speech warmly com
menting on the character and standing
";.i.. ,i,nn,n Without further
in iiiu ): wn. .
trouble the ticket was completed as
follows: Lieutenant uovernor, o.
O. Barrett, Brown's vaaey:
... Ctoto m. Wesenbere. ol
Duluth, a Scandinavian; State Auditor.
P. II. Hahilly, of Wabash county; State
Treasurer, Firic Matteson, LaQuiparte;
Attorney General, J. M. Burhngame, of
Owattona. , ,
After providing tor a selection oiui
executive committee, the first political
convention of the Farmers Alliance and
and labor organizations of Minnesota
then adjourned in die.
President Harrison has appointed O.
E. Spaulding Assistant Secretary of the
Treasury, 'vice Tichenor, resigned.
Bangs Bros.' shingle mill at irac,
across the sound from Seattle, was
burned vesterday. Loss, $25,000. In
The Sacramento levee ai raine
place will havo to lie rcbui t by olo
county, California. Two million dollars
worth ot property is endangered.
Marcclhis Bancett, a deputy sheriff of
San Juan County, N. M., and a son of
CapU Bancett, of Aztec, was struck by
lightning yesterday and instantly killed.
Bv an explosion of gas in the Brick
street furnace of the Cambria Iron
Works, nt Johnstown, Pa., the foreman
was injured and two others fatally
Tli nrnnl Clfinti rntir.h. Oolus.1 COUIlty,
California, lost three barns and forty-
three head ol vamauie norse uy mc u
Wednesday night, Loss, $12,000 ; insur
The President fcent to uie teniae yes
terday the nomination of Justice F.d
ward P. Leeds, of Iowa, as Associate
Justice of the Supreme Court of the
Territory of New Mexico.
In the Demociatic convention of Tenn
essee, yesterday, five ballots for gover
nor were taken'with 110 material change.
Patterson gained sliehtly at the ex
pense of Baxter and Taylor.
The Natural Bridge property in Vir
ginia, has been sold to a Massachusetts
and Virginia syndicate for $200,000. It
was purchased from Col. "II. C. Parsons
and Hon. Sames G. Blaine.
Four men charged with the murder of
Jens F. Fredericksoii and his wife, at
Bruceport, Pacific county, Washington,
last February, were indicted on Wednes
day and yeBterday asked for change of
Lieutenant Delhanty, of the.U. S. S.
Hassler, has measured the course over
vv hich tlie new cruiser, San Francisco, is
to make her tual trip in the fcanta isar
bara Channel. The day of the trial w ill
be fixed in a few days
The" American riflemen arrived at
Bingen last night. Despite a drenching
thunder storm, when they reached
there an enthusiastic crowd was wait
ing to welcome them. The city was
decorated and illuminated.
The manuscript of Edwin Arnold's
new epic poem, "The Sight of the
Woild," has been received in San Fran
cisco from Japan, and is now in the
hands of parties who have been invest
ed with-thc right to publish the poem in
the United States.,
Frank Kellerman, Secretary of the
German and Ceiitenliinl Building and
Loan ..Associations, of Denver, is bhort
in his accounts alwut $80,000. He has
turned over to the association about
$30,000 worth of property and resigned.
He has not yet been arrested.
An examination of the remains of
George Ball, manager of the Marysville,
CaL, soda works which were found on
fire yestertlay, shows, it is claimed, that
he he was not killed hy blows on the his
bead, but found his death in the lire and
smoke of the burning straw.