Newspaper Page Text
KsTHnnn at tnw PosT-Ori'ici? at Gt'THRtr, Ok, s Skcohd-ci ash Mattkr.
OtrK of !rttCATiojf IUw,ow Avtr
iiiiiawi n if Tl riiiB
11ililH1.HrMBniW 1WKM u
i$L & I -
ONE TRAIN ROUBER KILLED
AND FOUR CAPTUnED.
ANOTHER OHB FATALLY WOUNDED.
ITperKlum Attempt to llo'il l'p tlio
HiirltiiKtmi unit lllkiiinrl Klinr Train
lit St. .linrpli Hint Meet With n
Warm Itcicipllon llio OP.l-
ceiA Unit llcL'ii W'nrueil
it till WYro liillilj.j
r t T. .TofRTH, Mo . Fcpt S.. 3s
masked men madu an attempt to h
, and )b the 2fo " north bi
lii. hi vii tlia llm-ltniMoi .fe Missouri
U.vcr railroad, which wnsduo to leave
tli" t'uion depot here at 11.. IS last
'i he plot ended In failure for tin
robb.M ., in the death of one of then
nml the fatal wounding f another I
Tluee others were c.ipturcd, while tie
fix tli made his esc.ipe
Jut b oro the train was due to
leave llibwity the ofllcials of the oad
1 arncd of the plot to lobit undlaid
tluir plans to frustrate thu roihers
und ca-lnro them If possible.
Tho regular train was hchlat the
depot ami u dummy, bimil.ir to it in
appearance, was made up, luring on
board a siiund of sixteen policemen
hcuvi y armed.
When the trnln remind 'lie water
tank, tlnec miles north of 'lie city, as
wiisi'iitlil ated.it wai Ulgged, and
the ciigiiicor, obeying Tiis orders,
tiiought hi. train to nMundsttll at
Thn robbers had thefe p'ans well
Inld and ut onco proceenud to the ox
press oar and ordered the messenger
to up-n no Tho uiicjpeetod response
was a volley from liif police who were
on tho train j
Instead of tilting Xo tli ir heels the
rob'iers showed firjt and then began
a battle royal. '1 hr six men in the
gan flt-c.l sixteen shots at the olllcer.s
on alio train, bat wounded none of
Tho aim of tho police was better,
for Almost at the first ftro one of the
robl -r leb, pierced through the
heait w itii a bull, and a moment l.i'er
another o tho gang b t the lu-.t with
u wound In his breast win h will
prov f.if I
When tin'ir two eomp.inions fell the
irniiiin n'r fourrobb.-rs attempted to
inako tin ir escape, but the police
wc.e in hot pursuit and only one suc
coedi'U in getting awuy.
Throe, were quickly raptured and
taken aboard the trnln, together with
th J 4-&4 V y robbers, uml
Tli men tons excuement prevailed
here when tho news was heard and a
ernnd oii yajhered around the po
lice station, where tho robbers were.
' The wounded man, it is believed,
cannot lhe twenty-four hours A pos,o
is hard on the trail of thu robber who
scpod and it is thought he will ba
Train Crwi Curry liu'lioitcm.
Toiioxto, Out , Kept. 2.. The
recent train robberies at Kcnd.illville,
InJ , and ll.ini-ec'.i, Mieli , have ttrous-
, od the Canadian express companies to
n, lively sense of the danger that
threatens their side of the border. It
lias been deeldeJ to i un crows on
every expiess train with Winchester
i itles. Other precautions of a doiiper
nte nalmv huve also been taken, but
their nam e the manugement refuse
I. mill M Dupimnl.
8t. Loris, Mo , Sopt a ."5. Last night
a private dispatch was received hure
Irani Washington stating in positive
terms that Monslgnor Satolli had de
posed Ari'hbisho) ICcnrick A call nt
the archepiseopal rosidence by a re
) oner ivas fruitless. Father Connelly,
nl out whose nopointtnent as vicar
gwiicrnl the whole controversy has
.risen, was seen at the residence, but
i lei lined to atllrm or deny truth of the
i Minor Several priests woro cabed
i pon Oro of them, who is said to
huve been a close confidant of the
committee tliat visited Monslgnor
Hntolli . t Dubuque last week, said it
was probable the rumored deposing
of aged archbishop was a fact.
Aimrrli at Oullnuili Mppxt.
Vienx . Sept SI Arrests of An
nrclllsts here continue und the police
r in 're than ever convinced that
thu r-iid 11 ey made jestorday, when a
number of Anaiehlkt bomb, rev Ivors
and le itlno- coals for eurrying bombs
uero K.ilh'iil, niyjiod a wholesale
Anar. h'st outbronk In tile bud.
llm (ll'J hlirim.-.
Hir.uv. Sept. 2 It it, rumored
Hw1'' tlmt the c.ar of Uiiuia will alter
the -in essiou to thu throne, making
lhe tirand Duke Michael, hit. youngost
-on. his iiieeessor It issuppoud that
the ri as hi hi- thifi step is that the
..n-ow iteh is of so sulky a uaturo and
i.toi.itl) without force of ehuracter
Siik.i lliu l'ullinin Conipuiy.
C. m r.srov. Te , Supt S3. Kv-Col
lei tor of ( ustouis N. W. Cunoo, a
loloi.-d man, ha brought suit In the
I nu. I M .tos e.mrt hero ugalnst tho
J'ullnian 1'al.ice Car company for re
fusing to -II him a s'copor bertli in
ihe (.jlvc-toii Hot Springs train a year
itmilmi Macililu uml 15U 31 l.oit.
hi I'm iuhU' ro, Sept 25. Frag-
mi ut-. of oodvvork, coats and other
nr. i I. age have floated ashore in the
ti.i'f of 1 iiilaiul, showing that thei
j;u.iaii w.u- hip Itouirflka, w'h ten
tin ei and I mi seamen, has fouudcfcd
nnd that all hauls are lost
ll.i In nt tlm 1'ulr.
( ihlauo. Sept e.l A drizzling rnln,
which f'll the pren'or part of the day,
kent peop'o from the fair ostcrday
Tlii- u-.na! Sun lay ci. d did not ven
1 ma- i ut, uml theattei. laiice was even
huiala'i than usual
llmnrm of I iii-oiiillthuml
her in to llo (Ironing; l.mt.
WaMIINOTOX, Sept !!S. Tlio sltuu
tioit lii the senate, ns day after day
passes, falls to show encouragement
for those who arc making tlio battle
Sen unconditional repeal. It is only tt
dliynsslonatc statement of the truth
to ny that tlio repeal forces uro. ap
parently no nearer victory than they
wtre ten days a?o; that it does not ap
pear that they have made a convert
in the senate for two weeks, and that
I tlio prospect for unconditional repeal
..3 not so bright tii it was when the ro
Wtful!i p.v.scd the house with tlio
UneJVoJteJly large majority a month
Tie senate will again this week
prore its claim to be called a' delib
erative body. The week will bo given
up entirely to speech-making unless
tht unexpected should happen. ihe
tav einent " sessions beginning at 1 1
j'vloek Mid closing at ti o'clock an-
Inounceil by Mr. Voorhees Friday went
into effect to-''ay and is to continue
during the entire week if no longer.
It inunderstood that while this truce
remains there is to bo no elTort. as on
Thursday, to force n vote on the re
peal lull by sudilen t ictles. in view
of this circumstance and of the addi
tional fuet that silver men are still
resolute, there is no chance for a ma
terial change of program unless it
should come through a compromise.
The house will devote its entire at
tention for the coming week to the
Tucker bill for tho repeal of tho fed
eral election law. Tho debate will
run, according to tho special order
adopted on Friday, throughout this
week and next and until Tuesday,
October 10, of tlio week following.
Mr. Tucker of Virginia will have
charge of the debate on tho Demo
eratie side and Mr. .lolinson of North
Dakota on the Republican side. It is
probible tint the debate will be of an
exceeding y lively character. The re
construction period will bo lived over
ngaiu, and Tammany and .John I.
Dii'-enport will cut nptomlnent llgure.
!-omo of the Kemoeratie members,
led by tolon-I .John IL Fellows, the
Tammany orator of New Yoik, ivho
hold chafimanships of the more unim
portantcoiumittces that were deprived
of clerks by the "economist-," and
"reformers." are arranging a surprise
to meet the economical platform.
Most of thos w ho supported the re
nnrt which deprived tlirse committees
of clerks came from locutions at some
distance from Washington anil the
members above alluded to pr) osa to
test tho sincerity of their j rjfessiotis.
The members who are cut off from
what they consider their rightful per
quisites of their positions now pro
pose to retali-ite by moving against
the foundations of what thoy term
"tho reformers" Thev intend to offer
u bill or resolution to abolish, or at
least cut down, the mileage allow-ancu
of menu .'rs. lyuter l piesi-nt law
theme. eru dim tin t xtn nit- Vet
and Southwest rucoie I um tOOJ to
SI, 500 per annum in mileage, tho
amount being reckoned at the rao of
twenty cents per mile for each milo'l
trailcd to ami from Washington, and
propose to see, in a practical way,
whether those who havo been con
spicuous in cutting olT the clcrhs will
vote to reduce mileage.
.'Mile hell Coot In I mining.
Nfw Yoi'.k, Sent. !, Charlie
Mitchell, the English pugilist, spent
Sundiiy at Coney Island No was
shown through the Coney Island
Athletic club house, and said it wusu
good house, without being very
enthusiastic about it. U made no
difference to him, he said, where, he
fought Coibett. so long as he got fair
play. Mitchell went to l'ar Itossk
away, last night for the purpose of
commencing training foi tlio great
Kllb'il In o Wnll.
IlAZAltD, Neb.. h.M t. S3 Hira and
Fred Dudley met death In a peculiar
way. The boy, in playing, lost his
ball in a well and wont do vii after it,
on his way out his hold on the ripe
sllp-cd and he fell. His father wont
to the rescue. When raised nearly to
the surface, lhe lope broke, and the
father, with his sun in his arms, fell
backward. M'hoir skulls were crushed
uml both were dead when taken out.
Klllril ut n Dancr.
C.vst.v, 111 , Sept '-'."). At a country
daiwe, held at tlio farm of Mass Fritz,
near I'nion Center, (Jeorgc McMeeehen
was fatally stabbed by Charles Car
penter and a man named ltcrry, and
two others whose names are un
known, were badly woiimloJ. Tho
row was caused b too free indulgence
Mint Sue I nclu .sain About It.
I.o.MioN', Kept '.'.V Tho Dally Nows
conclude an article from llraail by
remarking that the 1'nitod States will
have to bo reckoned with in any at
tempt to interfere with tho manifest
destiny of America by restoring the
monarchy in lliazll.
lllim ty Hint In Itr.iiililj n.
Nrw Yoittc, Sept .' Hrooklyn's
streets weie tho scene jeslunlay
afternoon of a bloo Ty riot (hat lasted
nearly three-quartors of an hour, in
which J.ltl Italian laborers, seventy
oight Irish laborers and sevauty-liv.'
policemen participated. Many of the
lighters were badly injured.
Two lliijn Kllluil.
Maiiion, Ind . Sopt su. Two boys,
each about in years old, named "re
bpectively Conn Keller and Henry
Frank, were killed yesterday by lbs
by lhe Panhandle eat-boundc.press,
ns they attempted to cross tho track
In front of it In n buggy.
Uodnoy Sltigloton w.-fs shot dead, I).
C. Slaughter fatally wounded and
William SUmper seriously wounded
ut a dance at Dripping Springs, ucnr
Louisville, Ivy. '
Two. men made nn attempt to rob
the safe of the Northern Indiana Nor
mal scllocl ut Valparaiso. M'hey were
chased and both shot. One is dead
nnd tho otlur seriotnly wounded
Thoii names are unknown.
Mrs. S. ( Shriglcy was instantly
killed nud scvoiat other p issciigers
seriously injured by a cul.Uiun of
motjr trains at Omaha.
THEY ULOW UP GENfiRAL MAI5
I INIZ2 CAMPOb.
HIS HORSE KILLED UNDER MM.
W hllo Itrvloivlns HI Sutili '4 wo Itnniln
Am I In on M tit Mini In n irrlilit,
mill lie mkIiiIim it Vi'iiro Wniinil
- f'llliplM II. Ill Millie i llotiio
II lilnc mill W ii sp iln'j
t.iuiilual Mllli.ity llcio.
I.i.rt'i ova. Sept ' A liomend
oiis Hciinntiiiu mjm.ium d lieu- y ester
tiny y nn.itli'u pi t i nui'ilei (icneral
Mm tine C.iciimis iln fmioiiH !si:iiiKIi
t-.iiii iii.imli-i i- .ii-icJrnt of the i-oilll
il uml Iln- iii.in i i i mule I In- null
t ii v promiuciauii ntii wlmh g.iti'lhc
thione of S am I Vlfonsn II. !en
t'inl Mai title i .inipo, wi present at
a review of tlietuiop or iln distrul
mid, sin lomuhiTiv a luilli.iiit si ilT,
ho watched the inaiieiiveis mid
seemed Inglil - please 1 with th. a
pe.uaiicc of lhe tioups
The lump-- Ii ut alieadv co'iiiiienecJ
the match pa I wh n a wild eeiteil
looking man v is imlii-ed lobe push
in;: his wa tlnoiigh lliceiowds mar
est to the stall of the general.
Snilik nly Hi,; man pulled what ap
pe.ued lo K a ball from the light
hand pocket of Ins ti onsets and llnew
it tit (ienei.il Cinipus. A lerrill ex
plosion followed llofoie the lepjit
had died aw, iv. and while people
weic too tiiitiel to move, the i i in
took :.tni!iei ti.in . hall f,..., I.e
inside pneliel of hts mat ami Inn led it
at the gi'iieial, w lio w as then rro'-liatc
upon the i: round ll.ippil , a man in
theerowil .Illicit the bomb throwei a
arm ju-l as the scionil i.e.idly missile
was iIiio.mi, and while t epli U '
amon;: the-stafl' ntln-ers. itili.l imt fall
e ose to lieiieiiil Martini' I .unpos
Tlien 'he man wiin hid tin own tli
b.imb was suued ami Ihriwn titlie
froi.iid, half a do.en people holdin1;
linn , i.mi ii. Mil the stall' i.Ciu'ii
L-iovv'sl aioiind I he proilr.il ioi in of
the n at ;,fi i ,il
(la -of the Iio'mIis or "petards,' lis
the.v .ue tinned here, was found lo
have i'miIo leil right under thu horse
upon wlni h the ;, nral was sitting at
the ivvi w "i ; p i it. The force of the
explo.io-i shatlvred inti u bleeding
mass the four le,rs of the hor--e and
also tore its 1 e.lv open, inflUt ng in
June suihclBiit to bill the animal
almost initant v.
The general fell h-ivi, n !n n bis
hoi-he's lers were iJv : limn mnler
him, and, being a u3 h . age,
he was at Mrst tlunji J sns-
tn mod ueveiu imeiim.nij How-
ever, lie was only part I v innneilaml
toon st-ig0' red to Ins feet wip-dlht)
dust and bioo.l 'flom his iiuiforni.
mounted tlie hiic or his aid -1 -camp
and, without Oi igniiig to glanco in
the direition of ll.e man w,,o tried to
Hike liis life in sod ist.n-iily i manner,
the gallant old soldiet i.i.mly ordercil
theievioiv to continue
M'lie exertion was too imi, h f.n the
vet inn and, nitierug fi un lo s of
blood, he w.i, oblig I lo al o hi-r
staff i. Ulcers to assist him oet u' iho
bnddie. when his wound was itlli .nlctt
to by the surgeons in iitleiulaiiee, w ho
tried to liorsuade li tin to lean- tho
Held. I'.ut the hero ot th- atti'k of
m....i.. t..... :.. iu-i .. l i... r ..,.).! i
illtflllU itldlll 1(1 iqii, txicn III- Itilii; i k
the ciespeiHtv t mlNis nt lhe head of
.. . a
his troops, nui, not to be s nr it away
from the field by lh loss of a litlie
bloo I. Tlu general laughed at the
suggestion of his officer , and eiilci ing
a carriage had it driven lo the fionl
of Iho reviewing oint, and then thu
march was continued, thu crowds
cheering tlie general until they were
Tlie wound which (iencral Campos
is suffering from i. not believed to be
dangerous, though it is u seiions
injury t- a. man of his joars All
agreed that tho general displayed
great courage, nnd after the review
he refused to tutire to his quarters.
On tho other haml, tho geneial tele
graphed to the queen legent, Maria
Christhia, telling her of the utteinpl
made upon his life and annuuuiing lo
her his determination to crush tlio
criminals who were thus dUturbin?
tho peace of the kingdom. Tho
queen regent, in reply, te egraphed to
tho general e.pies.'ng h r sine ore
sympathy witli bun und luugratulat- ,
ing him Uoa his escape.
Tlto'bonibs used were largo iron j
hpheros cl aiged with dyuamilo, and
their explosion was so i owerful that
it broke a nu nber of winltv.vi in!
)ioi(ses a long way fro u the uweiwii g
lll.kllowiilh.it overal persons In
the crowd wcro injured severely by
fragments of tlie bomb. In addition
lien nils lluslos and Molim were also
wound -d, and a livieguaid Mainline
near (ineral .Martinez C iniio. w is
instantly killed, ihe nam.i ot lhe
liomli thrower has been usetrtulneil to
be l'allas. lli knoini us a notoiions
anarchist, and wh. a qaesliune.l i.in
ccrnlng hi erimj dellantl,' u.lm'Ucd
that he intended lo 1: II (ieue.at Mar
tinez Campos und Ids s'aff Tlie an- '
archlst will be p'-om; tly tried by i
poiirt-inarlinl. and maj b shot wnlun j
i wenty-four hours. I
(lon'erul CampuM U the ilis'hignishcd
soldier wlu brought tho luiiist ic
bellio i to an ond on the d -fo it of Don
Carlos at l'ena de l'la a, In March.
187ft The high dignity of ciptuiu
general of thearun, which is equiva
lent to that of tt inursh.il of Franc",
was the reward for his greats rvice to
Spiin. In 1SST (lonural Maili.fc.
Campos was u aileoominandcr i.i iliief
of the army in Cuba.
I.aliCreyt Scirre In thn Hire Iliitil..
Nbw 0IlA, La . Sept ;-5 Many
complaints eome fro.n the left bank of
Jefferson parish, h.-re the lute lynch
ing occurred, of dillk-ulty in securing
luliorem to harvest th" cio s ihe
rice crop needs iinnu'diate attention
as the rice must bo cut " a Iprge poi
tion i,f it wnl U 1 "M The nogro
laborers Icf. la luig.' na .ibers duiin
the late ci iteim-iit. -id n has b n
imp sslble u indii'O n of l'n 'ii o
SAY THHY'RG, NOT ATRAID.
i Hut Now Vrl riltiilll 'IuUp I'roenu
I tlonn lor 'llil'lr Own siitcly.
I Nkw Yoiik. .pb 2" Naturally all
'lliii Hubbub about nnnrchisls and
'their threats to foree capitalists to
'di.gorRti hoarded millions has ills
tin be' llio money kinffs of New York
hist ii little. Mini condition of the
masses Is discussed oftoner in
the inillioimirts' club i nd
the situation reviewed i nd
lhe siieuil problem solved from he
stiindpolnt of ilia man of n tllii -i.
Hut while tho moneyed men of New
Yoik will loll yon that Ihcy hive "o
the slightest fear of laiitfer to pel n,
or piopei ty. from tho allege I f nut
in my of liungiy men in the slums of
New Yoik, they will admit th.it they
have taken precautions.
tine of the first discoveries tnndc by
a reporle Mrnn IhUl Collis 1'. lliint.ng
lon, the lailrojul magnate, nnd or
neliiis VnflUJBbtili had been notilled
nuile, reeenllv 1' an alleged anunlt-
isl that theii new nahiees on Fifth av
euiie would shortly be blown sky waul
by that et of the nunrclilsu the dyn
amite bomb It 'was lenined
from one of the young gentlemen
employed ill n confidential cupae
i'V at the (Irani! Central depot
that Mr Cornelius jtnlerbilt ie en ed
an .iniinvmmis letter lo lhe etlV, t that
his in w house on Fifth iim nue and
Iviltv eightli street was m danger.
One of the workmen at the , I unl.n- I
isbeil lesilenee also disioieii I a eard
tin Led up-ill the coveted inti.in e to
Anything nppei taintug to the de
struction of property, or threats
against Yandcrbilt or nnv of his
friu.ii Is oi ussKtauts. is at om-e re
ferred lo Supcrinl ndent Hvrues and
the nuisance, oonset at "iiec.
Mm liiHtanti- Ii nit-1 not llirrn
UitiniH PM"v Injure I.
Sv l'lavi'io, s p- 3- An ex
plosion oe nrted on Main I reel, be
tween Folsom an I Harrison, at 1
0 clock vesterdav m.uning. Two peo
ple were kille I and six seriously In
jured. The e.lo-ini tout place on
the sidewalk in fioiit ,f lolin Cur
t un', union sailor l .n ling house nnl
is Mip'n f.,1 in have bee i an eplosi ei
of li in lie with the r 1 1 i nt to injure
iioa u noli sailors un I to h-ie been
1 erpet atod by union Miilnrs (leoige
llolines a Steve Ini e an I I'.iiek '
(innis a lion union s.n.,i-, were in
!.tantlv killed, Wdlmni 'I .KKen.ie,
fatally wounded; thules Oimii, fa
tally wounded; lkl Minuh., latuily
wounded nml .lohn I urtain, .Ir.,
Demi lloliljci- Willi iralo,
llai Xuini-il Itoliiimiii.
Vui'iituiio, Ijul . Sept '!5 The
lot'l . ttempt 01 robbri y i.nd its
Ir ij; enili j is Ih le pic of inn
vei ' - -.i.'i btri'-li Yf-ti.iiy
Coil'., i" ' '. "VffiU a twat morii m
on he 1 1 in mis f frank 'ftfHi'nson n
nu iiat nt ot the lunik-, of lie two
men slmwi, that they were prepi red
for robberv. They h.il shoes with tlu
soles lut oH', heny b'ack capes for
tnaslcs and ugood stipph-of cartridges.
Letters and p.ipci-, found in the tr n k
of the wounded mm show- his i i i is
( la ire I'obinsiui, ami that 1. is
in toe employ of A .1. Courajr iv i ,
J .'3 tiu 1 ?!' West I'uiii th btiei I, i in i-
nati. Ho was als.i mi acut for W
l.ambsoa of Fort Wavne, as, n .
Dumber ot rece pi-, and collpjtr
fH. Is hcic among tho papers.
I'mtimllnic Ai.ill I ra Ms IU.
i.ONiiov, nept ;. . Ulgnut -il
, . .,.. ... . . .. . ...
., . , .. , . , ni-i-iM
'IN. ill bin. iliLiiilb, ! n li..li .. lU.
U vi il'T " ' 'I'll iv u 41 tlihU 'IF I ltr
powei prot l ,i ; again, t allow i g
Fieo Mason . in i -.t 1 11 i-.Ii a p ,i ui
lodge in the ltorghese palace, which
formerly Ue.lougeil to the pope. This
inslallution is dec aivd to be a direct
insult to the Vulican
WKl Muiy lliu l'x.ir4 I) in-liter.
Loxuov. Sept. ; A dispitehto tho
Chronicle from Fails mentions tiic
rumor Hint a man-luge is projected
between the Due d'Urleans and one of
thoTlaughtors of the czar. It is said
that tho meeting between the t mnlo
de Faris and Ihe e.ir at Copei lingen
is ininil -tl to pave thu way to this
l:viiuniH fur Deporting C'lilnuic.
Wasiii.no i ox, Sept. 35. Secretary
Carlisle has written a letter to At
torney Oenerul Olney, stating In
effect that the. treasury will pay nil
expenses incurrel for doortiug
Chinese mulct the deary law as far us
its means will iiermlt Tho execution
of law is tlnown upon tho department
Va8iiioto.v. .Sapt. 35. .Statistics,
compliml from ofllclal data, show that
from January to .September, this year,
MO state and private bunks In the
Culled States fai cd, nnd that seveuty
tivo ha.o resumed business. In tho
su ti" time 155 national banks failed,
sei i u ty of which h ive icsumcd.
Item irkali'u Der.i iu Souuilliix.
ViituHU, II C, Sept is Tlio
I'ntted Males fishery bteitner Alba
tios. a i rued here jestoiday. She ve
tioi t hiving iuade deep sea oninl
Itigs nil the coosl of Alaska, reaching
a ilei Ui of I, '.00 fathoms, ihe greatest
iLpttt eer leached
riotii Mliu iti.iiinu Wor.,
IVnt, Mass. 'Vpt ',&-The cloth
depailmoiit of tho Ot'.s company, oin
phi.nig 7'i0 hands, or about one-half
the cnliro force, slai ted up this morn
ing The mills wbl run for the pres
ent three days a week ut a reduction
oti-rui l.'lltor lleml.
Foiti Woisni, Tex , Sept. 5. After
six days' illness Colonel William Ma
lone, the managing editor and chief
priprletor of the Fort Worth tlnzel'e,
died esterduy afternoon ut the age of
'i 1 1 ii was identified with Te.t.ts
join naii-iu sin e !--"'
Muribrei M It ut l..ir;r.
i Wasiiim.ion. lu.l , Sept. '."i Tie
beare'.t of tho Ditbose county s- air s
lath-hipeof I'ndiug the tnui le
of Lie i-alt.'ii lu'iuly, provei' frn -less
a d 'he ,..,.. icttirne.l mui. i i
SKI'TKM 1JKR 2U, 1803.
FUN IN THE HOUSE,
A COMIC OPERA SCENE ON
CONGRESSMAN BREW MIEY8D,
Itlnow to it ijoMtlou nr l'rlvll la lv
plain an Attempt to 1 1Mb llfn ftr
HB (IVfr u I'uttrlh-Clim lnit
olBrr Slew art ( imrget tki
I'reaMant Willi ViolaMn.;
I lie (-mt. timet.
W'asiiinotiin, Sept S5 A scene
from n eoniie opera couldn't have been
more nmn-ing than that upon nhish
tho b.s i',i. curlain lose futarday. It
might Inve b en entitled "A Lenffro.li
Indiana I'oliti.s,' th plot uncovering
the trills nml tiibnlnlions attending
the elTorts of congressmen to secure
the de npitnlion of obji , (ioiiable
fourth-class postmasters. Mi lhet.
of lnd ana was the airgriivn! person
nrd Fourth A sistant Post mas rtien
oral Maxwell the obji et of his indig
nation. Rising to a question of pergonal
privilege, Mr. lhet explained thai
soon after the Inauguration llti hud
filed charges against .lames Hazenoiir,
postmnstcr at Celestmu, lnd., on the
ground of incompetency. In pro if
of this charge he had sent to the
clerk's desk and read the letter which
he had filed with the charge. The let
ter was written b llaisenour won af
ter the Kepnblieans ea no Into power
in issi, and fit nisliel a model illus
tration of tlie acrobatic nlaerity
with which some fourtli-clnss post
must 'rsenn turn their political coats
with changes of administration The
litter was wr.tun in English, but
c ung closely to ieruian idioms, and
the reading clei k win entered licirt
ily into the spirit of tlie affair, lead
the litter in iliahvt, to the greut
amusement of th- house. In tlu let
tei the writer pledged himself perpet
ually to the cutis of Republicanism
Mr "llrotr. sa l tlmt the fourth r)-sis-limt
i ostmasler general had leftlied
toaet upon his letter. The h mso
lO-ald nol exactly se where the ques
tion of pnvllegi ei'ine in nnd Mr.
Durrows callid the speakers atten
tion to this .fact.
' Oh, let him go on," pro'ested Mr.
Cannon of Pllnois. "lie liny b pre
paring to b. ing iiuDL'.isl.nicnl against
Mr. liiutz replied that lie was com
ing to tlu question o' pri i ege, and
Iheicupon presented another let cr,
wliiib was read, ui' lie.sed to hints -If
on Heplcmb.n ji by llazenrur m
nluli ;i inibe of l was orfeie by
tliolii li r if Mr Ibev w aid pi nt
linn U riitinue to n Id the i
Tin ih'.uv est . tli . le'.t. is
IS flll'l s
("lull o doiu In pin Hi. , fi.u. t .r. i-n
A'a it bt liilri'HS t 1U'- lilt 10 n ur tooel, ii
pird In the i-imp me llleilv bur i wan J iUj
o.lls to k I iv ull i in ' I'' e i 1 1 'lid il it nil
rite Al o 1 uiu i n i,l ii I I will m Ma yu i
tt ircs"iit ut tV U u i i.ili ! t mo keen tUuol
Mr. Ilrets mrln llaniod and his
eves I nslie I a In ib I.. Hi need this lit
l"inpl t i bi i lie a p ih ic oftl -or. The
nio'i b is lu.l ii.H I. onvnlscil wli.'i
laughter at Mi IS. 1 1 uhilllric, a-id
s mi" iii'veient laembor laughing
ly sagge ted th. I Iho Insult
was put lei'e enongh. At
the t .uclus'iiii of his speech,
Mr lli"t ill'eiel a ici.idutien lor
tlio apt) dntirient of a enmntltteu of
three to ase riain why llns incompe
tent, corrupt Republican otlU al had
not been dismissed. The i pea iter, of
course, ruled that the mutter did not
prosunt a question of privilege, and
icluctniitly Mr. HreU permllt.nl it to
be referred under Ilia rule to the
pigeon holes of tha poslofltce com
initteo. AFTER THE PRESIDENT.
Charged Willi iolu t lnjc ttie Spirit or
W'Asmsoio.v, Sept. MS. The lepoal
men feel reasonably ctuilldont Hint ti
vote will bo tnlton early in Ootober, ut
least ill time to get the repeal out of
the way fcr the Tucker elections bill,
which will pi olubly leave the house
October ti. Uhoy believe, however,
that should tha election bill reach the
senate before the linn iclnl measure is
disposed of, tho former will not dis
place the latter.
Tho picsident of the L'nltod .States
will be accused in tho hiintn to
day of violating tho soirit of tlm
constitution in endeavoring to destroy
the independence of tlio lawmaking
bi-anoh of the gnvorninent t seekiug
to ooerce congreaa Into the passage
of the lepoal bill. Xoli.u to liiU ell'eot
was clearly lnd eated in a resolu
tion Satur ay nouiiiig presenU-d by
Senator Stewart of Nevada, upn
which the senab-r unnoiiiioed that he
would addriss tho senate next Mon
day. This ieolut'on declare that
the ind-i endenee of the co uidinate
tlep irtuienU of the gover11mo.1t must
be maintained un I that the use of tlu
power nnd influence of one tlepait
irient to control the action of nnother
is In violation of thu constitution tiud
destructive of our form of gov
eminent. Tlio introduction of
the resolution created u sensa
tion nnl tlie di Mission of the
mutter di Monday w ill uertuiuly at
tract groat attention, as it Indicates
the intention of tho si vcr senators to
divert tho tl seusslon of tho senate to
tho allogod attempt of llm president
to control tlio luglslallou of oongress.
Aftor the Introtluciloii of this roso
hition, tho olotpra resolution was
taken up ami Mr Turple of Indiana
argued against its adoption
An 03100 fur 11 Tnnl( t Mil.
' Washington, Kept sfi Tho ap
polntinoiit of II. 0 (inrvey of Topeka,
Kan., as stut'stlelan for that sUito in
the agricultural tie, urtment U an
other rccognitio.i fo.- lliu struight
Democrats In Kansas 'I he indications
are that In 11 few nays nddil mial ap
pointiiients from Kansas in the agri
cultural department i l uu
iloiinenl aiel the. vnl o in jur n
aneo of the r com biutiun I ci.i ei il,c
Djniocratii- factor- in U.ut si it-e.
ywfas-niui..uii.ti,).ri inmii,i mm fl(pfnMMBMM n
i I '
A WALK OVER COMPETiTIOf
H (lie route we tnle 111 the "Inn' trade, and we not onl i njo ii miisi
It ini inifii-iuiK to cm eii.times. Our siiM-w l(f fomwe.-n i
jniid eniripi tthou in a point a mile ir.im Is lieiun hem Init. Th -e t
leeoid fni -pent, tin aii-e tlimmli thei can't take wings, the) tal,e U i
gi tiinu iiiniiiM'ii'il with -o ilium p.ihof feet that cm n flay niaUtsn
"' I" l i" ie Hie 11" K.ip- 111 I lie pinei'S-lull ill IHIM Is. lluuigli;
IliK li ebt iilnii!.' to Ihe i n ii .,f sun t ,.'i e to fellow. '
Eisenschmidt & Hetsch,
US WMST OKhAUOM I- .
109 HARRiSOFJ AYENl-
iiiVsrvmme' in in
WALL PAPBIi AT GOS .
Prescriptions Filiod Day or NigliN A, C, 11X0 , i'r-p'r.
Second Hand Stoe.
!few Goods at 2nd Hand ?riccD.
Set- our Gasoline St v -s ih . .1 .
beat. Sold right DOWN IAj . k--pairing
of Gasoline Stoc a ipec:al:y.
A. M. RICHWICMO.
CLiuicraa '?. bet. 1 ' Ma DksliiP.
CAFE :-: RESTAUF1ANT
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Everything Strictly First-Class.
JSD IE OBtT1 O 30L 23 2EB 2?B.
Oysters, Game and Fish in Season.
Regular Dinner From 12 to 3 p. m.
WALLY ONG, Prop'r.
Sooond Door North of Harrison on Second Street.
CAPITAL CITY BOOK SIOBE,
A full line of Books. Stationary, News. Oifu- . nd Stl mi1
Supplies always on hand.
H. A. BOVL1C, Prp,, or.
LOOK HERE I
1 iiis mi iiaMiwiijaaMMwwwwaswitiiMiswlMPint
I Am Here to Stay
If you are iu want of the Celebrated Cincinnati fcafe 1 no i iui,; ir 1 f
or 1'lre and lltirglar l'roof;
If you are In want of the Celebrated American Hi 'p aate, r i r, 1. ; . v
Homo Sewing Machine;
If you are in want of llicyclcs and Trliyeles. such us the n i ' ited In
King of Scorchers, tho Fowler, the Oriel, tho rl.i.nis il. IV.it .,
Warwick, the Komi King, tho Telegram, the T. lepho ie 1 iniin. i
Traveler, the New Mail and the I'oud Queen lln.vi'es, ii whocsa I
retail, come and gel my prices, al 100 li Oklahoma ,iu , turn tU hr
E. H. KNAU8S, .Manager.
THE OLDEST HOUSE AND
Bales SI.25 Per Oev . Boaid Reasonable
KO. 2 i
a li re ijiy- s -
. .ML ."uatg
ONE OF THE BEST la tlie CITY,