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ABILENE WEEKLY REFLECTOR. ABILENE, KANSAS, NOVEMBER 23. 1833.
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MORE OF BL0U8T.
Tlio Romnlndor oftlio IUsh Jolnt'n
SECRETARY CRESHAM'S COMMENTS.
A Oreet Wrong, Alleged la Have lieen
lion Llllaokalanl l'l.-tllnliter
Slovene Angry At the
WAHimnTos, Nor. 21. fircretnry
Urcshnm lias mndo public nil tlio cor
respondence between tliu secretory of
stnto nn J James II. Illount, cominls
doner, and Inter minister, to tho Ha
Mr. Urcshatn, In giving this volumln
ous prlntoil matter to tlio press, ex
plained that It Included everything
connected with Mr. Blount's mission to
Hawaii, with tlio exception of somo
statistical tables relating to tlio Isl
ands. Tlio matter conslsU of thrca
parts, tlio first beginning wllli n copy
of tha Instructions given Mr. Illount
on March 11, 1693, prior to Ills depart
ure from Washington for Honolulu,
and tho last pirt ondlng-wlth a brief
letter under duto of July 81, 169.1, In
which he takes his Congo as follows:
"Tlio condition of parties In tho
Islands Is ono of quiescence. Tho no
tion of tho United Htatcs Is awaited by
all ns a matter of necessity. This con
dition, It can bo nssumed, will remain
until tha proposition to nnnox Is ac
cepted or rejected. In tho latter con
tingency no fiuddon movement Is llhuly
to occur. The present government can
only rest on a basis of military force,
possessed of most of tho nrins In tho
Islands, with n small whlto population
to draw from to strengthen it. Ulti
mately It will fall without fall. It
may preserve Its uxlstcnco for n year
or two, but no longer."
Then lie adds that lia has dono his
duty ns well ns lie could, "considering
I was surrounded by persons Interested
In misleading," and his prlvnto nffnlrs
necessitated his return homo.
Secretary Urcsham's letter of Instruc
tion to Mr. Illount, dated March II,
dcUncs clearly how far, In tho opinion
of tho president, tho usu of armed
forco Is permissible by tho United
States to pull down or set up govern
ments. Mr. (Iresham says:
"In the Judgment of tho president,
your authority us well as that of tlia
commander of tho nuval forces In Ha
wallnn waters should tie, and Is limited
In tliu use of force to such measures ns
nro necessary to protect tho iiersons
and property of our citizens; mid whllu
abstaining from uuy manner of Inter
ference with tho domestic concerns of
tha Islands, you should Indicate your
willingness to Intervene with your
friendly titllces In tha Interest of u
peaceful settlement of troubles within
tliu limit of sound discretion,
"Should It bo necessary to laud no
nfmcd force upon "Hawaiian territory
on occasions of popular disturbance,
when tha authority may lo liuablo to
give adequate protection to tha Ufa and
property of citizens of tho United
Mates, tho assent of such authority
should first lio obtained, if It can bo
done without prejudice to tha Interests
Mr. Illount takes tha position through
out In his roport thnt thu overthrow of
tha queetv wax accomplished by a con
spiracy lietneen tho foreigners opposed
to her nnd Minister Stevens, who, lie,
claims, agreed to and did land tho
United States troops to support tho
movements of tho conspirators.
Mr. Illount says tha nutlvo raco feel
a great wrong has lieen douu them nnd
their iiucep, ur.d ha adds:
"Indeed, who would have supposed
thnt tho ulrcumstancessurroundlug hor
could hnvo been foreseen nnd sanc
tioned deliberately by thu president of
tho I'nlted "Jutes' Her uniform con
duct und tho prcvuillng sentiment
nmongst tha natives point to her belief
ns well us theirs that the spirit of Jus
tlco on tho part of tho prasldent would
rcstoro her crown."
Thul Is thu only thing In tha nature
of a rccommondatlon mado.
Tho commissioner closoi with a de
scription of tho industries of tha Isl
ands, statistics, comparison of tha
races, changes In tho conditions of tha
nntlves, and Information tending to
show that thoy havo boon badly
Mil STKVKNB WIM, IIKI'I.V.
Ai'fii'NTAi Mo., Nov. ill. -A reporter
of tho Kcnnobca Journal called on ax
Minister to iluwnii J. L. Stevens ut his
homo last evening nnd uslced If he hnd
anything to say regarding Commis
sioner Blount's statement.
Mr. Stevens snld ho llrmly adhered
to nil of tho previous statements In his
San Fruuclaco nnd Augusta letters ad
dressed to thu country nnd in his open
letter of Inst week to Secretary
(Iresham. Ha expressed grant surprise
nt tho language of Mr. Illount ns to
Mr. Stevens' unwillingness to show him
tho records of thu legation.
Mr. Stevens says ho fcols himself at
liberty to expose Mr. Illount a remark
nbla conduct towards himself, cone
menclng Immediately nftcr Mr. Blount's
nrrlval In Honolulu. It Is n record, .Mr.'
Stevens says, the publication of which
will astonish nil "honorable, minds,
bringing to Mr. Stevens no censure,
unless It l-o thnt ho tolerated such In
suiting treatment without ut once re
senting it by refusing nil Intercom's!
with tho offending person.
Mr. Stevens two weeks ugo mndo nn
Imperative engagement out nt the
stale, which will occupy tho next two
or thrco ilnys. With reasonable prompt
ness ho will bo heurd In his defense, It
Is hulllctcnt to say now, Mr. Stevens
odds, that Mr. mount's report, so fur
as given in thu public. Is nn expurto
and shameless perversion of tho facts.
Secretary Cr-llslo has ordered tho re
leasa ot thu ten Uusslan convicts picked
up lit sen nnd landed nt San 1'r.inclsco.
It is understood tha Russian minister
will endeavor to havo them ru-urrctcd
l'AW I'AW, Mlcli., Nov. 31, Tha Tola
do .t New Haven round-house was
burned to thu ground Sunday, urn
thiee locoraotlvos ero destroyed. Tlie
loss la nbout tluO.OUO and there Is no
Dr. Louis Ttolnhard, ono ot tha best
known Herman physicians in Wiscon
sin, was found dead In 1ed ut Milwau
kee, Tho British government lias ng.ilii
refused to release Dr. (Jall-glior. tho
KANSAS DANK FIGURES.
i:srt-llrnt flliiiwlng Made by llifi financial i
Tni'KKA, Kan., Nov. 21. -Hank Com-1
mlr.sioncr Brcldenthal has reports from
IIS of tlio 121 statu and private bnnks
of Kansas nt tho closo of buslnu-jS Octo
lrer.1, from which ho makes tho follow
Ing statement: Deposits, January M.
til, 1119,013. 1.1; October 3, U.WD.SI'AII'J;
decrease, M,H3,100.U; legal reserve
Jnnunry 8. 17,491,805.28, being IM 4-10 of
deposits, Octobers, M.U1.TIS.IW, being
41 21U of deposits; duo from other
banks Janu-iry 3, tMlM3'l..ri, OcloU-r
3, 1:1,0.17,181.09, decrease, 11,311.237.21!
borrowed money Jnnunry 3, 11,719,
.80.02, Oclolier 3. t'Jf'l,0(7.lll, decrense,
TI0, I'JMIl loans und discounts .lanu
liry II, W,W,71".M. October 3, IT,7.1s!,
'iil.ll7, decri'iiM. l'l,W.M2.8-; over
drnfts, Jiinu.iry 3, tTV0.0J7.lin, October
3, fl')s,9.1.l5, decrease, :iso,3sJ,74; to
tal ilecreusud Indebtedness, tiJ,2'J'.i,
177,03. Iiieluillng reports from national
banks to thu comptroller of the cur
rency, Commissioner llreldeiithul es
timates thu aggregate decrease (if ' nuk
ing Indebtedness In tho statu ut f IV
Diio.OO'). Ilu also says Hint Uiu state
ami private bunks cm pay every dollar
ihey owe out of money due them and
still hive over t2,0(KJ,00(l due them In
addition to tha legnl reserve. Ilu re
gards thu showing Hindu by these re
pmls ns rcmarknblc, considering the
troubles tho country Iris passed
'hro ii-li since Jnuu iry 3 und thnt Man
ias this year experienced thu shortest
:rop In her history.
the New Vttrk llstiks listen Nurpltts of
Ml.1.0 10,0 10.
Ni:w Vihik, Nov. 20. -Thu weekly
bank tuteiiifiil to-day showed an-
ithirlnrgu lnrnM)-t7,nil,0C0 In re
..rves lo-ilny, bringing thu total up to
i'S (-(Mi.dOil in i'Xm'sh of thu legal re
finement. Thnt Is tlm largest exce-s
if re-orves on record with one or two
'xc ntions. A stiriirislng feature of
today's bunk stnteiiioiit Is a decrease of
l .'.'.vi.iki I In loins, lint, rating u very
-hic'i ilemaiid for mini y. und ludleatltig
that p.iyiiieuts are greater than renew
It oi loans. 1 here Is nn increase oi
early f'.l.timl.OOil in tlepi.lls iiloiig with
he decrease In loans, liulle.iting that
I'm process or reluming money lira
vis withdrawn during tin panic Is still
ii pi ogress. It Is doulitfiil whether
he S'ew York bink reserves will eon-
tiiiiie to ncro:iHO ut sunk u rapid r.itu
for the reason thai the II iw of money
from thu west Is lessening.
KANSAS HCPUHLICAN FIGURES
( li-lriii-tn NImiiis'iii I I !, I lint lit, lleptilt-
IIimii Nft-tiri-il ii I It-tr -llri'.irlly.
Tni'KKA. Knn.. Nov. 20. -.1. M Simp-
son, chairman of the republican slate
cenlrul committee, has the ofllelal re
turns of the voteeastut tho recoil trice
Hon In 104 of the 111.1 counties In the
state, from which hu makes tho follow
ing statement, compiivd with the 'nlf
year" election of 18'Jlt
llepubllcan vote, 2V,TIJ rJl.lnli pop
ulist vote. lHMts 9.I.IITH; domociutio
vote. 2B.U.VI 27,5IJ; opposition, 141,171
1'Jl.ftlO; republleun plurality, IH,W)J
30.17a; opposition luijorlty in 1K91.
11,-M.l'. leiiiibllean lunjorlty In IstKI,
2,(11 1; republican gain sluco IMII, 11,000.
This shows a fulling olf In the rcpiili-
llcan vote of about o.uoo nnd In thu is-iii-
ullst vote of iiIhiiiI 20,000. The coun
ties let to hear from uio Morris, hilt
'J he populist chairman Is lint yet pre
pared to give u statement.
Ilrlllklitg llalilt Aiming Women.
PlIII.AIU-t.rilii. Nov. 2J. -A mass
meeting, under the uusplees of the In
dependent Order of (looil Templars,
wus held last eienlug In the Flt.wntcr
Street M, 11". church. Tho feature nl
the evening was un address by Dr. II.
II, .Miinn, of New York, right worthy
grand templar ot the luternatlon.il su
premo lodge of the world. The need
of unity between tho llootl Templars
nnd the Woman's Christian Temperance
1'nloti and other societies with u simi
lar aim was dwelt upon nt length, Dr.
Mann startled his audience by an
nouncing that tho drinking habit wus
growing ut H more rapid ruto among
women than iimong men.
Tim lllitrntil llniik lleorusultfil.
Tni'KKA, Kan., Nov. 20. The secre
tary of state has granted u charter to
thu Merchants' nnd runners' bank of
Mound City, with a capital of f.'il.UUO.
The incorporators nro all ldnu county
people, uxcept 1. Cliltwoott, or Ivihis.ih
City, Ma It Is practically u rcorgun
lutloii ot tha Kino lid bank which
failed last summer, oxeept that the
Klnealds huva no Interest In tho con
cern und It assumes none o( the paper
of tho old institution.
Tiipfkn reii.luu omrp ,'lisnffti.
Toi'KKA, Kan., Nov. 20. lnslou
Agent (lllck will reeoguUo tho demo
cratic negro vote of Kunsas byiippnlut
Ing I' 1.. Jclz, editor ut thu Topekn
Lodger, to nn Important clerkship
This, und n clerkship which has been
tendered to Col. Thomas Moonlight are
the only changes In thu force upon
w lull ho has thus far decided, al
though the present force of clerks will
nil be reuiovedexeeptC'hletClerk Howe
before Jauunry 1,
rit- Nff YfdluMr I'tiver t'stt.-..
llm'Ms.vii'K, (1 1., Nov. 20. Klvo new
cases of fellow fever were reported
yesterday, of which thrco wero white
mid two colored. There were live pa
tients discharged, nil colored. Reports
show no iiliatemeut In tho dUeusc, und
wo have no reason to expect liny until
thu urrlvnl ot n more decided cold wuve.
One of -flie cases nuiiounced yesterday
was a refngeo who hud recently re
lumed. An Ki-NlirrlR Klllnl.
1'l.f.AKANTlllu-Mo., Nov. 20. Daniel
1'. Ingram, sherllt of Cass county In
18S0, whllu nt work In his saw mill six
miles east of this city, lust evening,
was struck by n slab of wood which
caught ill tlio saw teeth while he was
rukiiig away the hinvdust frjiu under
neath thu machinery and killed. Ho
was a Mnson' ot high standing nnd u
member of tho A. O. V, V Knights of
Honor und Order ot Mutual l'rotcctlon.
lli-tli r I'rlres fur IVIimt.
St. l'Aiu, Minn., Nov. 30. Leading
farmers In tho northwest, realizing the
shortage of wheat, havo held several
meetings to dlscust tho situation nnd
decry the causes of toe unprecedented
ly low prices In thu face ot this short
uge. Ah u result they advise farmers
to hold their wheat for the present.
Bad harvests abroad will ourtaluly ud
Tunca prices soon.
MorrU t'llHlIt Appolntm..
Wabiiinqtox, Nov, 5U. MorrU Cllg
gltt, Of Pittsburg, Kan., has been up-
pointed assistant Unltsnt MutM attar
Tho Trououror of n, Itnllwny Doat
ou Into Inoanslbllity.
OVER $21,000 WAS SECURED.
Ths Alonfy Taken llepret-ntrd the Sflml-
MoDiiiir rr iioii tho imii-.n,
IIIIduU t lows lUllrasd
Chicago, Nov. HI Daring robbers
lnt the treasurer of thu Indiana, Illi
nois - Jown railway into Insensibility
yesterday morning nnd got nivay with
something like over tJl.000 In cash.
Tho victim ot the assault was John A.
Drukt-, 30 years old, son ot I'. M. Drake,
president nnd bulldsr of tho "Thrca
l's" road, and the crlmo was committed
In tha company's ofllee, on tho ninth
floor of the Kookery building, one I
block (ram thu board or trade. It was
nn easy matter for the thugs to make
their escape from thu great building,
which Is practically deserted ut T
o'clock, tha hour at which tho robliery
was committed. 1 ho money taken
represented thu semi-monthly pay roll
of the eompiny.
Mr. I.ruku Intended to tnkn thu 7:31)
o'clock train on tho Nickel Plate for
Knox, f ml., tho eastern terminus of
the "Thrco l's," from which jiolut he
has I -con In the habit of working to
tho western terminus ut Streulor, 111.,
with his pay car. It hud lieen the cus
tom of the company to pay Its employes
in checks altogether, payntlu to insur
er nl the bunks on the line, nnd after
wnrd a chnnga wnsmade topartchecks
and part cash. Hut It was suspected
that dummies were on tho pay roll, and
the Inst ehnnge to (laying In currency
only led to tha discovery of two dum
The custom of paying In cush hnd
been In vogue about two mouths, ami
this fact must huvu been well known
to the robbers. They were also famil
iar with the treasurer's movements nt
thu tlmuhu started out of Chicago on
his pay trip Hu drew tho amount of
thu pay roll from thu UllnolsTruslnud
Savings bank yesterday, nnd made up
the (21,000 In envelopes for dlstr bu
tton to each employe. Thcso envelopes
were placed In thu snfu for the
night, and nothing was disturbed
when Mr. Drako cumu to the otltco
about 7 o'clock. Ilu walked up the
nine (lights of stairs, us thu elevators
wero not running, und hnd arranged
with T. 1. Shouts, general manager of
thu rnnd. who is u boo-iii-hiw of Presi
dent Drake, to meet him IhiIow. Tho
two nlllclals Intended going together
on thu pay trip, but Mr. Shouts went
ulone, nnd thu llrst explunntlon ho re
ceived us tohlHbrotherln-luwsnbsencu
was u telegram notifying lilm of the
Mr. Drake inys he hud just put the
money packages In a handbag und wns
stepping from thu vault when ho was
selrd with a vlco-llko grip sideways
round the ls-idy, and while his linns
were pinioned by ono robber thu sec
ond robber dcult him n stunning blow
over the right temple with u slung shot.
Ashe staggered the robber, who hud
released his grip, struck the victim
In the face twice with his list.
At the same time the robber with tho
Isungshot hit Drake again over tho
forehead, felling him to tha Hour un
conscious. The robbers then abstract
ed tho packages of money, und placing
the satchel on n chair just outside thu
vault, walked down stairs without bo
Ing mot by anyone. Nothing has been
seen ot them slneu nnd the police have
no clow which promises unythlng.
Druku left the otltco door unlocked
when ho entered und thu key on thu
outside, which Chief Inspector Sheet
thinks wns n "very careless act to say
Recovering consciousness the treas
urer crawled to thu ollleo door, which
Is next to tho ono In which thu vault Is
built, and sat on thu lloor in u dazed
condition against n partition. Mall
Currier Charles Daly was delivering
letters through thu door half uu hour
iifterwnrd nod lieird u moan from the
Inside, Opening thu door he litseoiere I
Mr. Drake and alarmed janitor und
elevator men. The victim did not
think ho had been unconscious but
could not remember setting the rob
bers snatch tho money from his
hag, nnd could only faintly dcscrilH.
the ono who hud used the hluuhhot
lie waited In thu nlllco until his clerk
came, mid at t) o'clock went to the po
lice headquarters, where he told the
story to Inspector Sheet, Then he
went to tha t'lnzu hotel, where ho re
sides. He cnrefully uvolded newspaper
reporters, although his injurlus are
slight- Word wns sent to his father,
who lives In Centervllle, lu., und are
ward will be offered.
Tho clerks were put to work ut once
milking uut thu checks to duplicate the
pay roll, und thu company will not U
emlsirrussed by thu robl-cry.
It Is probublu thu robliers learnt 1
this month's pay-roll would go out In
currency, from n circular which was
Issued the Hrnt of tho month nnnouut
Ing that wines would thereafter be
paid In cash Instead of checks. '1 h,-..
olrculurs weru distributed nil uloe
the run! among tlio employe) undo ,
ot them could very easily have faller
Into tho hands of the thiol cs. 'I Ik
company pays Its men twice n mouth,
on the 1st und thu Kith, and It wus t
in. ike the lust .Sovoimor payment thai
the treasurer wns sturtlug to do i hei
the robbers attacked him and stole I it
(11,000, which wus intended for the
The news of tho robbery created n
hustle ut the central police station, the
like ot which has not been seen since
Assinsln I'rendergust was brought
there utter shooting Mayor Harrison
The police overhauled many suspects
und It was rci-ortod detectives have ar
rested two men ut tho tlexit who n
f isctl to give un account ot tlicuisulvei
und that they were jailed. None o.
tha olllcers would admit thnt an nrrest
SHOT DY A PIT DOSS.
Tim KUUus ot Ni-Kro Miner Make Ilu
ScsMWO.v, Knn., Nov. 21. This even
ing C K. Klllott, pit boss nt shaft No. t,
near Wulr City, shot nu.l killed Will
McKecvcr, a negro miner, who had
lieen quarrelsome for some days and
who, ufter hot words, rushed at l.lliott
with u pick.
Th tiiwu Is full of iwri-o-M nrmod to
tho teeth nnd uvery clllzon carries u
Winchester. Excitement runs hlrh,
nud should a gun ' o tired on either
Ida there is no telling what iuy be
INVESTIGATING HIS RECOIID.
Clilrsxn I'ollrr. I,.. t f r l't III III lory iif
1 ri.ur-r Unlit.
Out Ann, Nov IT H wns nnn'omed
thnt the police had obtained a slight
clew to thu 111011111.1 of the two men
who roblrud 'Ireusurer J. A. Drake, of
the Illinois, Indiana Sl Iowa railway, ot
over (10,000. A newsboy was found
who said that In making his rounds he
saw two men hurriedly emerge from
the Itookcry building, whero the rob
bery took pluco, about tho time of the
assault From thu description given
by the boy the pollen profeshctl to think
they would be able to 'apprehend the
Mr. Drako, the victim of the assault
was able to be at his ollleo. A cut ore
the eye and n large bump on his Ilea
were tho only wountls he received
Drake was apparently extremely nerv
ous as a result of the uflalr and refused
to lu Interviewed
The police lime also turned their nt
tcution In pnrt to looking up the record
of the young man who says thnt he
was robbed. It is said that Drake has
lost heavily on thu races lately, and is
extravagant In lis habits. 'I ho general
manager of tho "'lliree Is" road, T. P
Shouts, who Is a hrothcrlii-hiiv of the
assaulted treasurer, said:
'"1 lie Men of attaching any suspicion
to Mr. Drako is absurd. He has (100,
000 stock In this eompiny nnd many
other Interests that he could have dis
posed of, if he was short of money
Then, too, his father Is worth t3.b00,0'i
nt least and would let htm have mouc
If he needed It."
"Have you heanl anything nbout hit
losing henvlly on the race track und nt
curds?" Mr. Miotits wnsusked.
"I heurd that he dropped (2,000 on Yo
Tnmblen ru cntly. but I don't bcltcvc
any such story, und never knew thnt he
meddled with cards. 1 cunnot lielleie
but that he was robbed ns he says."
Mr. Shouts declared that he thought a
great deal of Mr Drake, ami their rela
tions weru most friendly.
OATTLE ffTTHE CONGO STATE
DetslU of tlt-lrcl in .t-litrlfs Over the Arstts
Nt-ws til Unilii l'iilia4 llilli (un
lliiussi-i.fi, Nov IT. Mill dlsp.lches
from tho Congo Krcu Statu have
brought tho details of Cipt Dhunlsh's
vlcturies over the Arabs at Nyiingwes
Kasongo a-mo mouths ago. The Arabs
had intrenched themsetves nloug the
Cougonndoiitninuhcrod the Belgians 23
tot. Nevertheless, after ublooly light,
the Belgians cirriud the Arab povses
sinus. Many Arabs wero killed and
wounded nnd .'0) were taken prison
ers. Tho fug the Arabs tried to cross
tlio Alurbn river somo distance from
Nygaslus. Hundreds wero drowned
nnd thu rust scampered In all direc
tions. Letters found upon the prisoners
showed thnt the Arabs hud planned to
uspcl the Kuropcuns from thu whole
Among thu prlsmvi-s were twenty
five Arab chiefs, one of them a Blben
bon, who ktllitl l'mlii Pasha lu Octo
1st, tb92, In thu northeastern p.irt
of the Congo l'rcu Statu. The
murderer wim court uuirtlnled
und shot siMiu nfterivaril, hav
ing been Idcutilletl. The story
of Ihnln Pnshu'a ili-ulli. uh reported
last September, Is continued nguln by
thu dispatches received Thu only Mir
vlvors of tho musMicru were tho uiizi
halite, Asliiin, I. milt's mistress nnd
their child, Monsonna. The Arabs
spuied the Isiy lu the expectation that,
If endow ed with his father's brains nud
energy, he might be trained to bo u
CRAZED ON HIS WEDDING DAY
Mr-nt-it Slur' of tlin lliititlprlnic of Wll
Hunt I ulrlmuk
San I'iiim-isco. Nov. IT. Tho 1.x
umlncr prints a strange story of the
wanderings of WUUatu W. Knlrbunks,
a IV I ut Arena photographer, who dis
appeared from this city on the fore
noon of Siiuduy. October 13 lust, a few
hours after his mnrriagu to Miss Ad
dle O'Connor, n young woman who
cumu here from I.igonler, Intl., to mar
ry him, '1 hu ceremony wns porformed
Immediately upon her arrival. A few
hours later Fairbanks kissed her good
by nud walked out of tho hotel, suying
lie would return soon. '1 he young hus
band now returns to this city from
Shrevei-ort I.a.. where he recovered
his senses In a hospital Piiivci-h in his
Missess!nn also show that hu hail been
lu Portland, Ore , nnd -ucramento.
Tlio strange part of the story Is that
Fairbanks clniuis lie can remember
nothing that occurred during the past
sixteen months. Uu says hu knew
nothing of his marriage, and
had to be Introduced to his
bride. who hnd gone to his
parents' house ut Point Arena,
lie remembered her nAu woman Whom
hu once met while truiellug In the east,
lut says he knows nothing of tho cor
respondence that resulted In her com
ing west to in rry him, or of thu mar
riage. N hen lie recovered his senses
lu Shrvvoport. he was sufferiug with
fever Hint nervous prostration.
Ui'..,.i,.llilill ttf lllerrle llltlrrs
(It'riiuiK. Ok., Nov. IT. A luwuult,
which bus been Unrtotl in Justice Cuh
shiny's coin t here, promises to Itoeome
a famous one. Some days ago ivhllo
Itulph l.iiliertson wns riding it bicycle
lilting the street, n intilo Kdong
Ing to John rhndtvlck leonine
frightened ut the wheel, nnd, plung
ing firwiiitl uguiist the telegraph pole,
to which he una ted, I roku his neck
Cliudwlck thought Robertson shoul I
pay for tho dentl mule, and nt once
brought suit against him tor (SO. The
case came up for trial, but was tils
missed because Robertson wus not of
age, but Chudwlek will bring suit
against Ills father.
Raymond Curetv, half-back of tlio
Toll do (0-) High school footlul! team,
was caught In n Jam ut u game lu
Adrian, .Mich. A score of players piled
on top o( hlm uiui nisi necK wus dislo
cated He dlu.l soon nftcr.
Dr. I.uclus Mcrrlitm, Instructor in po
litical economy nt Cornell university,
und Mlsa Mury Ii. Vearlu, of I.aurons
8 C, lire supposed to hive been
drowned lu Cayuga lake, neur Ithacu,
Serious questions of International law
have arisen In tliu case ut tho Russian
convicts under arrost ut run Francisco,
and "-ooretury Curlislo has turned ovui
the entlie matter to tho state depart
W. l- Shiinnhnn, editor ot tin
(Iraphle, of Hot SpriiiT, Ark., was as
s.nllod an I badly ilUflgnrctl by Ser
geant ot Polliio II C. KlrUpatrlck. Tho
uct was tha result of an vditorUl rafr
A Youth on Tr.nl lor Cnuslnj on
THE BARCLAY, K.W., DISASTER.
On. at tint Villains lltlatas with Ores!
CnolntM II10 llt-talls of Hie I'lot and
M hat 1 lirjr Ki Pitied toOsI
t.YNnos, Kan., Nov. IT. Fretl Tuck
er, the youngest member of tho gang
that Is charged with wrecking an cast-1-nuiid
Atchison, 'IV.peka A Santa Fe
passenger train 2 miles cust of Barclay,
Osage county, itbotit 3 o'clock on the
morning of September 21, 1892, which
resulted In the dentil of Engineer Ed
ward Mnher and thrco others und the
Injury of thirty people, Is on trial In
the district court uf Outgo county for
The gnng charged with that horrible
job wus composed of Fred Tucker nnd
his father, I.urnndu Tucker, Steve and
Chnrley Webb ami Alf Reynold Fred
Tucker, who Is now on trial is 18 years
old, Old man Tucker wns ncquitted on
preliminary examination, 'lliu Webb
lioynnre In the county Jnll nwaltlng
trial und Reynolds has turned state's
evidence. He Is here nnd on the wit
ness stand told without a Hindi 'or
quiver of muscle thu story of the cruel
deetl in n manner bo heartless that tho
Reynolds was the principal witness
introduced by the prosecution. He
ti'Stlllcd on direct examination that
Steve Webb wus the leader of the gnng.
Webb met hlin nt Barclay, ho snld, on
the nfternoon of September 18, nnd
ashed him to go Into the scheme to
wreck nnil rob the train. He refused.
V, ebb then told hlm that If he said any
thing about It ha would kill hlm.
The next day Webb nguln approached
hlm ami sitltl there was sure to bo u big
haul. '1 liis time he consented, and n
meeting wus arranged to take place at
Osage Illy the following night. After
Webb went away Reynolds lost hit
nerve and startt-d to Oregon, where he
had previously lived, lie got as fur an
TojH'ku und bought Ills ticket. He
ngaln changed his mind ami went to
Ositgo City to meet Webb. After it
short consultation Reynolds Mild he
guessed he would not go Into the
Webb pulled n revolver and snld if
he hacked out lie would kill hlm. Rey
nolds then said he would go nnd they
started up the track townrd Barclay.
Webb kaltl everything had been nr
ranged. Before arriving nt Barclay
they were Joined by Chnrley Webb.
The trio went to tha Sautii Fe tool
house, broke tt open nnd stole u claw
bar nnd n track wrench. They then
started east toward the scone of tho
wreck. Near tho Barclay creamery
they were Joined by Tucker nud son.
This wnn tienrly midnight.
doing to the foot ot u curvo two miles
east of Barclay, they removed the spikes
nnd fishplates from tho left hand rail,
moved tho west end of the rail four
inches- toward thu centur of the track
mid spiked It down.
They then threw thu clnwbar and
bolts luton pool and thu wrench Intou
pasture They then repaired to n plum
p itch nnd wnltcd for tlio train to come.
1 1 came. 1 he w reek was to terrible tuat
the gang lied In dismay. Ou cross-ex- i
nmlnation Reynolds wns very weak. !
llj fiilni1ttd-.l 4lira4 Ins .tfrsu llnnpniAtl
Ilu IllllllUts-ll bllllb lall 11IIH UI.IIIIJ.IIVIS i
nud thnt he knew nothing of tho do-
tails of tlie scheme, except thnt they
Mere to make a rush for tho wreck und
taku what they could get. Ho said hu
supposed people would Iks killed nnd I
wounded, but it was his Intention to
rob und plunder unybody and nnythlng
he found. Hu didn't care whether It
wat. thu living or the duad, whether
his victims were In tho bloom of health
or tlie throes of death. Ho gavo ns his
reasons for turning state's evidence
that the railroad company had promised
to shield hlm from prosecution, pay his
cvpenscs and ulluw him for his time
until tho cases wero all disposed ot.
THE RUSSIAN REFUGEES.
An I. -Tort Making lu Sacura Thalr Ita
CinCAno. Nov. IT, -l'rof. J, A. Hour-
w lob, Instructor ill tlio department of
volltlcnl economy nt tho university of
Chicago, will depart to-day for San
Francisco whero he will Intcrposo in
behalf ot the ten Siberian refugees
who arrived In this country November
10, and are now held In custody by tho
United States authorities, pending
n settlement between this govern- I
nient mid Russia. Prof. Hourwlch '
Is a lawyer by profession and
together with Attorney Harrow, of
this .city, has been retained as
counsel for the refugees by tho Society j
of Americans for Russian freedom. Mr. I
Hourwlch Is himself a Russian, having
been in the United Mutes only a few
years. Ho Is thoroughly fiimlllur with
nil tho Intrigues of tho Russian govern
ment nnd Is confident he will be nblo
ttiwcuio the release of tho refugees.
W. P. .noh, editor of the Russian Pro
press, and Deputy Factory Inspector
Blsiui, ot this city: Kdllor Volkhousky,
of tho London Free Russlu, und Lloyd
(lurrlson, of Boston, will ulso co-oper-nte
with tlie counsel for defense In col
lecting evidence nud rendering other
nssistuncu in tho case.
Yltnltliy I niilMlllf. Man Aaalgna,
Lmi'ikvii.i.k, Ky.. Nov. 17. dipt. S.
., Jones has tiled u deed of trust In tha
Lulled slnteK district court for the hen
cllt of his creditors, llo turnsull of his
property over to the Columbian Finance
& Trust Co. Mr. Jones is regarded as
one of tho wealthiest men In tho city
nnd his nksets are three times greater
than his liabilities, but he Is unable to
rcaliro on them on account of the pres
ent llminclal depression.
Chicago police huvu locked up three
men thought to lie the thiol os who
murdered .lames Pruiity nntl shot his
htm und ilutigher. Tlio prisoners gavo
their names us Thomas Burke, l'rcd
Hull and Arthur Murray.
linn Out by Kelllera Two or Hie (.entry
Hanged for Tlielr Mlsileetla.
NoiiTH 1..MD, Ok., Nov. 21. At Krem
lin, Saturday, seven aoouers were put
on n train by a vigilance uommlttoe
nni told that they would bo strung up
If they ever roturnod.
At Bound Pond tlie mayor has boon
notified tn leave by a vigilance commit
too nud two sooncrs nro reported to
havu been hangod on the Skeleton,
seven miles east of here, for driving
wltWsoCf tljsjr lqs.
THE LEHIGH STRIKE.
4IUgd Dattetlv I'nfottl a ffar1oa
attir-ma rroicrts ot th Tl t'p.
Philadelphia, Nov. 21. The general
frrl..nru n,,nlf l .... .var..,pa
I were made to Chairman Wilkin, of the
Lehigh Valley railroad, by alleged
detectives, who offered to burn bridges
and blow up roundhouses. They were
ordered out of 'the Bingham house. In
which the committee has headquar
ters. Howard B. Jones, accompanied by
another, whom he Introduced a Mr.
Atkinson, called on Orand Senior Chief
of Conductor! Wilkinson, who la also
chairman of the general grievance com
mittee, and asked for a private inter
view with him. This was not granted.
Tho visitors were ordered into room
238, in which wero seated Committee
men Thurston, Hannahan, Wllklson,
David, Uossline, Wllklns, Stenographer
Smith and Thomas Allen, n reporter.
Both the latter withdrew when the
visitors stated that they hail business
of a very private nature, but the sten
ographer posted himself at tlie door
and took full notes of every word that
passed between the men Inside. His
notes wero In accordance with the
statement of John Hannahan, senior
grnnd master of the Brotherhood of
llAniusnuno, I'a., Nov. 21. Adi.-Oen.
Greenland received a message from an
ofllelal of tho Lohlgh Valley road, In
forming htm everything was quiet
along the line, and that no trouble was
anticipated from tlio strikers. I
Malxii Chunk, Ph., Nov. 21. At this '
placo everything Is tied up. mall trains j
only running slowly, with new men. '
No coal or freight la being moved The I
men lire orderly, I
Wii.kesiiabiir, Pa., Nov. 21. Every
thing Is quiet along tho line of the Le
high Valley railway this morning, A
grc.it many of the strikers arc assem
bled nt tho various tlcpoU, but they are
orderly. Passenger trains with mall
attached are running tha same as usual,
but they do not U-glil to make sched
Uocuehtkr, N. Y.. Not. 21. The
striku on tho I.ehlgh Valley road is be
ing managed from hero by T. N. Cole
man, chairman; A T. Thurston, dep
uty grand chief, with central headquar
ters at tho Now Ashburno house.
KILLED TWO MEN.
Ilabrr It man shatils Ills Ilauthter- Uli
rartletl Sullur anil Ills Prland
McAlxaiEii, I. T., Nov. 21. A killing
took place ubout twenty miles cast of
hero yc stcrday which resulted In tho
death of Robert Cole and William Aus
tin at tho hnnds of Robert U. Wilson.
Cole had been courting Wilson's daugh
ter. A abort time ago Miss Wilson dis
carded Cole. m
Yesterday Wilson and his boys went
to thu field to get somo corn. They
hid been gono but a few momenta
when Colo nnd Austin rode to Wil
son's residence and Inquired where
Wilson was. After ascertaining his
whereabouts Cola left for the. field
whero Wilson was gathering corn.
' Colo approached Wilson and told him
he had been talking about hlm nnd
Wilson denied having said anything
nbout Cote. Austin, who then had
couie up, remarked to Cole, "Shoot
hlm " Wilson ran to his wagon, seized
I his W!ucli'.stcr nnd shot Colo dead.
In tho meantlmo Austin was tir
ing upon Wilson, but without hitting
hlm. IVH-on then turned upon Austin
nnd shot hlm twlco. Austin lived
nbout llva hours. Wilson then catno to
j South MoAlrHtor und g.ivo himself up
! to thu ttlllcers, who will tnko hlm to
Fort Smith, Ark., for trial.
Wilson Is a very intelligent man and
bears a good reputation, while Austin
und Colo were hard eh-irncters.
'rtltrtiit-nt of lint -rl nntl rerhips
tllli.r r.ll.r. Ilrllitht Ilia I Irrs
I'lribUl'iinu, P.t.. Nov. 21. As n re
sult of tho Httl.tment of tlio scale
tpie t on on u basis of 4.13 for pud
dling nnd the llni hers' union scale on
th t siiiiih llacs laid down In the Finish-ei-a
imam sctlu a portion of tho
Yuun.-atrnvn mills resumed yester-il.'i-
ufter un illenesi of twenty
llireu weeks, tho longest continu
um shut down in tlio history
of thu mills in the Malum-pi!-
valley At tho Youngstowit
uiiil of the Union Iron . Steel Co. the
lluishlng mills weru started, tha cm
tilovos ox.ii-cssing satisfaction ut re
MimlriT work. At Andrews Bros. .- Co.
thu c gltt nntl tun Inch mills nnd bar
m lis were started and tha .u ltllo mills
will go on to-day. The llrown-Ilonncll
Iron Co, expects to be ready to light
tip to-n glil uiui tlio Mahoning Valley
Iron Co. will commence business ut
World's Ittlr lll.tetnper.
I'lirnitiA, Kan .Nov. 21. An epidemic
somewhnt similar to la grippo has
prostrated many persons in this vicini
ty. Nearly every person In tho city
vis ted thu worlds' fair during Kansas
week, nnd nearly every ono brought
hicknsevcro cold. Tho now dlscaio,
tho doctors claim, Is somewhat dilTer-
nnt from tho grip. In most cases It
commences with n heavy chill and ab
dominal troubles. No fatalities are
reported as yet, although many are 111.
NEWS NOT ES.
A fire nt ICeno, Mich., destroyed (200,
000 wortli of lumber.
Following la tho olllciat result ot the
Ohio election: Mckinley a plurality,
b0,'J'J.V Ills majority over nil candl
dates Is -M.U'O.
An attempt Is being made ut 1.1 Paso
to enlist unemployed men from the
VnitJil States In tho service of tha
The National (Iranga clcctod olllcers
ns follows: Muster, J, II. Hrlghatn. of
Ohio; overseer, K. W, Davis, of Califor
nia; lecturer, Alpha Messcr, of Ver
mont; steward, A. M. Belcher, of Ithode
Island; chaplain, S. I Wilson, of Mis
sissippi; treasurer, Mrs. 11 L. McDow
ell, of Now York; secretury, John Trim
ble, of the District of Columbia; gate
keeper, W. 11. Ilarbough, of Missouri;
ceres, Mrs M, S Rhode, of Kansas;
tlt-ra, Mik. Anna Bull, of Minnesota,
lady nsfistant steward, Mrs, Amanda
Halt, of M flilgan.
While MUs I.ula ldlinonson was wait
ing, with Invited guestB, at Oakwood,
'i'cun., for Orrln Uulllns to come and
marry her, ho ran oft with and married
one ot tho bridesmaids.
A western baseball loaguo has been
formed with tho following cities: Grand
llapids, Sioux City, Minneapolis, Mil
waukee, Kunsas City, Toledo, Indian
u polls and Detroit.
The now oases of cholera at Tenn r
UTo since November i have amounted
to ITS, and there Lave been soventy
Tho Limbs of Trodo Stiff at tha
EMBARRASSMENTS SHOW EFFECTS.
Structural Iron stlmtilatad by tba Oraat
Fall In the I'rlt a uf Staal ItalU-Vald
to 11a 8allln( Mow
Nw Yomt, Nov. 18. R. O. Iran
Co.'s Weekly Review of Trade says:
Dustnt s Is -lnln-', but HU a lOnsUQl com
pt.lnt tbsl the Improvement la stow This Is
ts-csusa verr ear resltte bow basvr a load bus
loess baa o drag atlar It la cllmblog sfsta.
L'slalailvs uncertainties welnh haa-ltr. but
otber lends man' overlo a. Tba psit depres
sion, wltb trad or and tusDUIsciurlrf failures
larolvloK more tbsa lA,tJU,U0J la btoe ntoat-a.
being banking failures of enormous Ma
bUliles, and failures of rall-ar and
olber firms, lavotv a continual em
berrasimente, -bleb mea are prone lo forget
Tbero bee been gresl encouragement during
tba set acek la ibe tact that November par
meats are more ssllelae orr .ban ws eipoct
ed, and yei tbeexten.lona of the month would
bava seemed alarming la other years. Mer.
chants who collect part of the amount due are
rejoiced, t u tb- Ir burlng power la not a larne
ae usual The ordinary shrinkage la purehasee
for consumption. If lessening has still made It
possible for many firms to go on aa before, and
the lar est failure of the past week, that of the
Tburbcr-Wbjrlan. compAnr illustrates embsr j
resume ts which cannot tie termlnaud la a '
week or a month.
afonetsrr difficulties no longer binder. Ills
trus the treasury cseh has fallen to twr.88g.lB0,
cf which only l-Mm.l was In gold, but there
le no such alarm ae there was when tha gold
rca-irve alone went below II i0.eo0.0ja
Business la not leaning on the treaaury, and
ll la well that Ills nit The receipts for the
month thua far are about 13. 00,iju lees than
the elponeen, and the Imp rts In Octo er de
creased about l2i,txu.oiu, partly because of Ilia
Infilled valuailin of goodi Imported last year.
Wet-kly Imports at New York decreased In
part from the e ime cause. Ilul while the lov
porta In October wern only tll.6ll.T81 and ex
ports ol products $41,011,813, yet the enormoos
balance o' merchandise account brought net
lmporta of only II,MIIUI gold The ex
ports represent a large Increase In the quan
tity cf product sold, but at lower prtoea, while
lo place ot morcbanillso Imported H la evident
that there h ve been large lmporta of securities
from abroad The banks of New York held a
great turplui, and Ibe fact now comes out thst
ot the clearing Louse certlfle-tes recently Is
sued three banks look from iS.oi0.0iO to 17.000..
uoj each, Indicating the magnitude o stock
loans carried ver.
The conillllon of Induslrlee Improves, but
Ihey wlsoly watt the revival of purchaaea by
consumora Taenti-fou of all ktnda havj
whole or In part resum-d, against fourteen
cloning, yet leas lhari half the Iron workl g
power le active, and out of ninety-nine woolen
works at tbo east only ten are working full
lime, wbtlo tortv.flve were shut November I,
tho production for four monlba la mea'o woolen
being II, U.lll ysrda, against 2S,&M, last
tear. Stat factory lospoclore report that out
nfv,0h) persons erup'orod In textile mills In
l'hlladvlnhta, IM n are at work. Therefore
It lath morogrillfytnt Iblt for the Uret time
In many monlba tho satai of wool exoeed those
of the same week lust rear, sot sreS,l.8Tl
pounds larger than In any wrck elnee .Tannery.
Clottitera beicau to riialtxo Ihlt t ey cannot get
goods at all unless thulr orders are at tho mil's
early In I ccmbor.
In b ota and shoes thero le alio gool demand,
und tno-tl faclorlos nro receiving orJera,
though not enough for full imptoyment Ship
ments from Uo-tton for the week were only &
per cent le a 111 in ayar go
Tb) groat ibargj In steel ratta, which are
s..ld to bo aolltu. ul Pittsburg j for f ii, Instead
uf 1-9 a lew weeks ugo, hu given much atlmu
loua to the demand for materials, and western
mill) have also taken somo large structural
contracts. A little bettor tone Is seen In
U Iron, nnd larger ordere are received
for cat Iron llul the whole bustneia Is alUl
am ill Tito New Jt riey Central hat suggested
natop ago of tbo anthracite colllerlea lor two
tU a tn ih week lo sustain the price, and
th re 1 eatd to be g neral auenl
Iht derreiieti In IhJ volume ot business
tlirough tho rlearing bouse contlnu s shout
tbeairae, and for lbs last week was It 0 per
, nt Ibe fat uree for tbo week have been Mi
la Ifco Unit-id States, agilntl .i5 laet year, and
4 In Canada, ugalnst nn UU yesr.
THE KANSAS CITY WATER WAR.
Tho Company Hend an Ultluiatain to th
Kansas Citv, Mo, Nov. 16. Presi
dent Olios K. Talntor, ot the National
Water Works Co., made publlo to-day
tho ultimatum ot the company to Kan
sas City. It Is that it tho city does not
raaku u payment of b- per cent, of the
1115,000 hydrant rental claimed to be
due tlio compauy for water need, and
provldo for regular payments there
utter, It will on Saturday, November
25, cease furnishing ' Kansas City with
water. This does not affect private
consumers nt all, as tho company plain
ly signifies Its intention of oontluulng
its relations with them.
CAlitq, Nov. 18. Osraan Alrlk, at the
head of 800 dervishes, left Dongola re
cently und attacked Murnt Wells on
November 10. The Arabs had a friendly
post nt Murut Wells. A desperate fight
lietwcen tho forces of Osman Azrlk and
those commanded by Saleh Bey fol
lowed nnd lusted for twenty-four hours,
ut the end of which the dervishes were
repulsed with a loss of twenty-nine
killed and retreated toward Abuhamed.
The Arab, or rather Lgyptlan, loss was
Saleh Bey, Khalifh Bey and eleven
others killed. The death of Saleh Hey
U greatly regretted, as lie has held the
eastern desert loyally for many years.
A detachment of 200 members of the
camel corps which left Hallfa for Mural
arrived at the latter plaoe after the
Ho la 1-nlletl Out of the Dirt IV h lo Hold.
Ing tha Lines.
LAwnr.NcK, Knn., Nov, 21. As Har
vey Fogle was at work digging sand
from a fifteen-foot sand bank tho earth
gave way and the entire mass fell on
him, crushing him and almost suffo
cating him. Ills team and wagon with
which he hauled the sand away for
grading purposes, stood near by and
Fogle grabbed the lines simultaneously
with the caving in ot tha bank.
Tho team became frightened and.
plunging forward, dragged Fogle from
under tho avalanche and saved him
from suffocation. Fogle was removed
to his home but tt is feared his Injuries,
which nro Internal, will prove fatal.
Attempt to lllow Up a Monument.
M oni heal, Can., Nov. 21. Three
young men, two of them law students,
the third o son of ex-Premlcr Mercler,
were arrested for attempting to blow
up Nelson's monument on Jacques
Cartler square. Tho French popula
tion has long objected to the monu
ment being placed in this city, they
claiming that Nelson was an enemy of
their race, and recent press artlolot
tended to create a bitter feeling,
llmUed the Oklahoma Casa.
WAem.-ioTO-i, Nov. 21. The supremo
court yesterday directed the dismissal
of the petition ot Smith and Bradley In
the casa of McDade and the others
ugalnst the territory of Oklahoma.
The question was one of land ovraeB
Theodore Wachtel, onoa n ootol Wnor
tlagtt, did t XMUls.
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