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Hnthkbi. at tub I'ost-Officr at Cvtiirig, Ok, ts Sbcokh-class Mattkx.
OrFicR or l't-BLicATioM : Harrison Avmivi
THE GULF STORM WAS TEnm
ULE US.YOND BliLICT. 53
AN ENTIRE TOWN OBLIl'ERATED,
On I.ut Sntiil.ijr Clipiilrro C.itiinntlii Hail
1,-JOO llitilr, TiiiIij- Not Olio Wluilo
Olio I Left Miuiiliiif V-rnri
Mud Torrllito inul Mrltrnlii;
Vltnc-cl An Appeal for
Alii I I! rut Out
Xnw Oitr.r.AN, I.a., Oct. 7. The
whole lowercoa.st 1ms boon devastated
by u Ktorin without pa ml el In history.
The historic falu of 1 31511, which do
btroyed I.oiif- Islnnil, while ten-Hie,
docs not compare with the last
disaster. On Chenlcre Camamla it
reached a climax of horroiv Cheniero
is one of that group of i si anils
which extend along the lower coast,
and to which belong Crawl Isle,
Tambalier and host Island. It was a
station for llshing boat . It contained
one town, I'nmandnville, of abjut
1,(10(1 people, the majority llshermen.
On Sunday evening there were l.,'0()
dwellings within its limits: today
twontyiive only remain btanding'and
of these not one Is uninjured.
They have already buried in the
rude graves on the Island U."0 persons
and their work Is not yet done. A
10-yoar-old son helped to bury his
aged father and his elder sister in the
Mimograe. Theru was no weeping
even for father or brother The
gloom and horror of the hituatlon
were tocawful for tears. In the
house of .Mr. I,. Terrebonne the grave
diggers found his bodv and that of
his wife and six children. The body
of the husband and father was lying
on the kitchen Hour. It was buried
about llfty yards from the wreck
The party went to the fiont of the
lioun inul there found Mn Terre
bonne's body. Clinging in her arms
was a babe. .She and her babe were
buried in the name giave with the
father and husband.
Near where the mother was found
were live ino.-e children, ranging from
12 to I years. '1 ho eldcut had met
death by a big piece of lumber fulling
and crushing his skull The others
were drowned. They were taken out
of the p.irlion of the house that still
stood anil luricd near their parents
of little moiiiiils inarUed the lestintr
places of tlioe who were killed in the
terrible storm. There were many
other burial parties. Men, women
mul children joined in the noarch for
the dead. .Willi poles, hooks and
ropes they drew the coi'i ses from the
water, or dragged them from the (Ic
ons uiai strews me land ami Hurled
Sli'mmiitr has suffered to
in extent '
that is almost incredible that would
be incredible if the upturned craft and
rdiirlc bodies did not bear ample evi
dence thereto. Thro hundred an 1
Jifty craft were wrecKvd and in many
instances all of theirerews were lost.
Nine out of ten of those who were
saved underwent experiences that will
be terrible nightmares to them dur
ing the remainder of tlioir lives. More
than SOU sailors have been lost at I
dillerent points. The total property j
l,s will vii.i i..(.. ti... ,.,tiu ... ' ....Ji
,,.... - ---,- niw i if tin, iiuu
corporations 'and eitleus suller.-d
Wobiiis island was swept entir.dy
clean. Kvery uiimuicr residence along
the Mississippi sound was damaged,
to repair which will foot up to a for
tune. Over on Martin's island a sloop was
bcaidintl upright, as she stood in the
water with her erjw unscathed. An
' iirriving suliooncr at ll'doxi reported
that many bodies are floating on the
plioru at Cut Inland and Ship is and
and Chandelier island Not less than
sevonty of them were counted on
(.'alls island alone. They had been
billVetcd in the wind and rain mid
wero in a state of decomposition, and
vvoio being buried as rapidly as the
horely triud relief parties are able to
dig graves for tlieiu in th sand of the
beach, t'alis island had scarcely any
inhabitants and the bloated bodies
that have boen washed upon Its white
wind are thosj of people who met
watery graves when their vessels were
At Hayou lleni". tho latest reports
place the loss of life at sixty-live The
glilToring at thoo three places is tcr
I'lUIii. Only at Hayou Henry Is there
tiny store in existence.
Thit proprietor, however, raise I his
price so high that tliu starving sur
vivors are unablu to pay the price.
Jtieo is selling at $10 a barret.
The people at Hayou La I'onde ore
eating hogs, chickens and other aui -
jiinls that peiishod in the storm. The
Ijrojjtost buttering is from the lack of
vaUc. Thothinee colony, situ i ted
near Hayou Jlcnry, was totally wiped
out. Ovor forty Chinamen perished.
TJijj Tollowfng HVJS telegnt lied to
the coutmuruial exchanges at Chicago,
St. Louis. Cincinnati l(u:s City,
New York, Philadelphia, Huston, Ja
tlmnre, l'!ttsburg, Minneapolis. t!L
j'aul. Omaha and other places:
Urnt-K ok tub Hoaiiii or Tiiaiiu i
iLliilltmli. Ntw Om.EANS. O.l 0. f
A terrltlfi 41s Mtlcr h is uvstr ivcd it majority
of tbo lahulll.iltin uf UicUlaiiilii mul lurlxlios
uUiuctiiil tulliU cllir, ttdil the survitors nr
loll wnniiw, tliotr kluuu. Ii'iukcm, I oils and
iiiiuim of IhlltiiMxl vune, unit tliuy ur' In (bra
dtstreaa Tin' tonkt of I.ouUUr.u uII bury
flio dead uinl feed thu HUrvhiir. bu; apimul U
ruilu 10 u Ki'tnT.iuK public 10 itln' u ointrl
Mtlcui ulilrli will ennlilo lliinwiniH of do
tiirtllW i'Vpl to it uln lo'low tliclratoralinni
mul nuuporl tlifl'r fiinlllfs SubucrlluloiM of
nwiry clmraitcr ull tc tliatikfuliy roerheit
unit lw cllsliuril by lln exccutitu cmi nlllic
or tlie lHanl of trailu, nrthw Jointly llli cun
juIUdos of uttior iniiiiiioroUl IoiIIch
John M I-aiikku, Jii . I'reiltlenl
'Irwatury llmonii l.uw Axalu.
WifciiunTOV. Oct. 7. Several dii-s
ago tho troaxury department miiled
inlcrost uhuoks qggreg.tting in value
nbout Si.ooi.ooi. lopuy interest on the
jiubliu debt due October I Tho ouV-t
il their paymout is already bolnj felt
In the reduction of the gold resort c.
which yesterday stool at JSll.ti'Jil, 001.
11s cuiupare I with a reserve of SOI.
.s.',i7-.'on the 2nd Inst The reserve
has reached nearly the lowit point
In its history, will it occurred nbout
the middle of last.lune, when It was
hevec.il thousand boiow what It was
jA ti Anitir.tj III I Intro IiicpiI -riiiiuert
In it Milky Ctuiitltlo '.
Ti-mk viioilA, Ind Tor. Oct 7 In
the ( horlaw council yesterday, Sena
tor Harris introduced the following
bill, which was laid over for eouslder
at'on. "Ho It enacted by the general
council of the Choctaw nation as
sembled, that a general amnesty Is
hereby granted and extended to all
persons, charged with political crimes
in the lute trouble from August 1,
ISO:.', up to October 1. 181)3. tigalntit
the Choctaw, nation." It is thought
the bill will pass without any opposi
tion. Jloth houses then adjourned
From wl.at can bo learned the na
tion's linanccs are In a shaky condi
tion. From the auditor's books It is
shown that from August 1 last year to
October I this year, S2,!t7ii had been
audited on the treasurers from the
general fund and over SIO.DOU still re
main unaudited. Of th s amount
540,000 was to pay the militia for ser
vices rendere 1 last fall at South Mc
Alester and last spring at Antlers
For all this enormous expense the na
tion was not benefited a dollar's
worth. There is only S.00 in the
treaiury belonging to the general
fund, which will leave a shortage of
S.3(. besides S?2 COO the Cliickasaws
clai.n the Choctaw s owe them on roy
alty. l)ele tites are here now trying
to e dloct it.
-Niitliin.il l.ltn Slock l iiIimhc
I'roniA, III, Oct. 7. When the
Meeting of the executive committee
of the National Live Stock exchange
was called to order in th'.s city y ster
ility delegates were present from Chi
cago, Milwaukee, St. Louis, Kansas
City and Oni-ha. The most important
business transacted was action in the
in.i Iter of stolen cattle, mortgages and
the liability of commission firms. A
bill was drawn up to be submitted to
the local exchanges and afterward to
the st.ite legislature. Its object is to
compel the record. ng of chattel mort
gages not only in counties where the
chatte's are owned, but also In any
county to which they may be taken
for sale. A eommlttue was appointed
to investigate grain charges and Kan
sas City w.is selected as the next meet
lliii-nnil up S.'.OJ .
Kr Loris. Mo., Met 7 A wsll
diessed yoing in in giving the name
of .1. (! (ii-iinberg regis ered Septem
ber Hut Hurst's hotel and then went
to the postolllje. WnHu gone four
letters from Keokuk, low.i, reg'stercd
and otherwise, contain in:.' ehe -ks.
drafts, etc., valued at S.-,0(, were
ueiivereii, nut reius?u ny llie cleric
who, wl.ei. (irunbeig lettirned. told
hiiit of the matter Crtinberg Im
mediately ii Ucmptod to seen e them
from the o.tollico otllclaW, who
do. lined to deliver them, as he ciuld
not iden'if hluselr. Tlie letters
were olllci.illy opened yesterday in
Crunberg's presence. Again for'lnek
of identllieal on. Ci-iinberir f.iil,.,! .,
get them. Crunberg in a lit of paxion
l)l,t !V m.itch to them, and after they
were tmrned, disappeared.
( IniriikvKi AgiiliKt st ilcliiioil,
MrshoiiKK, Ind. Ter., OjL (1 -The
Indian Territory convention, which
convened here yesterday, was cap
tured by the Cherokee delegation and
passed resolutions antagonistic to
statehood or any interference with the
present conditions. Tho senior chief,
r." !, , l.
"'ST' sm of lle
Hon Thomas .1. Split
senior c ilef. f.tv ireil
statehood for the Indian Territory
proper, but antagonized any alliance
with Okhihomt. They also ask for a
per capita division of their common
.Illtmiiirl I'rUo Winner.
Ciw.wio, Oct 7 Awards were made
of wirlds fair priz.es in mines and
mining yesteiday. The following Tell
to Missouri: Diamond llrlck and Tile
I company, Kinsis Ci y; shale clay. St
Louis; iiyurauilc Uncle company, St.
Louis; brick and fire clay, Iron Moun
tain company; Iron Mountain charts
of mills and mines; Matterson l'aint
company. Cape Cirardeim. mineral
paints; Mopham ,fc Klein, St. Louis,
.Ml.sourl Oii.ir.iiitlnn lloiiil.itlinm.
Coi.i'jiiiiA, Mo , Oct. 7. Tlie execu
tive committee of the Hoard of Agri
culture was in session in Columbia
yesterday. 1). A Uly an I Alex Mnit
liind were presen. I)r T. .1. Turner
win appointed to represont Missouri
at a meeting In Texas to agree upon
quarantine regulation-? and nUo to
attend the national association of
veterinarians at Chicago.
llll-.tlS itlllS tllO Ito.tll sy,i,i.
VAHlll.TO., Oct. 7. Itener.il Hoy
Stone of New I ork, president of the
national league of Cood Koals, has
been appointed by Sjcrotary Morton
hncjial atreut and onirlnoor in
chaigo of the investigation into the
roul system of tho United States and
into tho r,u-stion of the best method
of road making.
Coi of tlm (i.-ury l.mv.
1 Wasiiixotox, OcL 7. Tlie secretary
! of tho treasury to-day sent to tin sen
ate a revised estimate of the cost of
thu duportntlon of the Chinese now in
thu I'nited Statos In accordance with
the provisions of the Ceary law.
The statemout is supplementary to
that of September li and Increases
the estimate for tlie total appropria
tion noeossary from Sn.OUO.tHO to 510,
3P.00 Null. mill Ai.ll.lt(ir Ihlif Antiiil.illiiii.
Aiikassas Cnv, Kan , Oct. n.No.-U
Wednebday and Thursday tho Kansas
division of the National Anti-Horse
Thief mo -lajiou will meet In this
city hi annual session. Tliescorelary,
Julius Smith, says that 3J0 delegates
wlH be present Lin iiamo Indicates
tho object of the as.otiiutlon.
Mill Arii-pt I nurr S.t.uin.
DKXVI'.lt, "ol., Oct. 7. The voting of
the ltio Crttntlo men on tho proposi
tion of IVesidcnt .IcITery to reduce
mini ies 10 par cent was concluded
yesterday Kvery intlUiit.o.i is that
the iih'ii will accept the reduoliou.
Ceoige Hyrnm, who dUappenrcd
from his homo In Joplin. Mo a vear
ngo and nhi wussuDposo 1 to bo dead,
was met and rcogui.-ed In Washinj
ton, the other day
GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA, SUNDAY MORNING,
THE SILVER DEBATE.
QLNATOn BLACKBURN OFTErtS
FAJORS LIMITED FREE COINAGE.
:r. Ilntlcr Argue for Itrprnl of I lip Mate
Hunk Tin llolpli, Alllmin, lirriimn,
Tt-ttiT, Allen, IVirr unil Mem art
III (imirritt llnlmtn tnveit
Hour oT llliriimliiu on
the Hlretloii Hill. .
WASitt.voTOx, Ool. 7.In tho scrinto
ycilerdiy Mr. Hlackburn of Kentucky,
submitted iiu fiiiiendin-Mit to the bi.l
rupealing the silver purchasing
clause of the act of ISilO. Ustrl.tesout
tho Vooiliees subtitutc, leaving the
bill as it i assed tho house, and then
provides for the frej co uuge of silver
of American prodti -tioii I he secre
tary .if tlie treasure is authorized on
the. first day of cttcliminth to estab
lish tlie seigniorage to b; charged for
the following month, which is to bo
the difference between the market
price of silver bullion and aminUvl
value after coinage. '1 his seigniorage
is not to be coined, but It Is to be soh
by the secretary of the trc.uitiV for
gold to ba used fo- the purpose of
maintaining the pirity of g ld aid
This is the amendment wliLh Mr.
Hlackburn, in his recent s; ccch, said
he would propose with a view of reach
ing a, compromise. The delu'eon tho
repeal bill was continued bv Senator
Call, of Florida, and Senator Huller,
of South Carolina, both of whom op
posed the bill.
Mr Hntlcr devoted the larger part
of his speech to an argument in favor
of the repeal of tho tax in -tute bank
circulation, talcing the position that
the tax was unconstitutional.
This led to n debate partlcipited in
by Senators Do pli, Allison, Slicrman
and others, and then .Mr. Teller
resiinird his speech ng.ii.i t .he repeal
lull commence. I s line lime ago.
Mr. (ioruiau presented a memorial
signed, he said, by the le'ading mer
chants of llalti'iiorc, representing, ho
suppos'd, two-thirds of tlie fade and
commerce of that city, praying for
speedy action on the repeal bill.
Mr Allen olfered a lesolution,
which went ov. r, calling for inform t
lion as to whether tlie government,
s.n e March. Is7", has borrowed liny
money. Tho resolution heretofore
oll'ctvd b,' Mr. l'eifer f jr a sdoct com
mittee to inquire what legislation is
ne ossury to impiove the banking sys
tem of the ountry was then taken tip
an I Mr. Stewart spolce upon it
He confined himself to a criticism of
tlie secretary of tin treasury for fail
ing to purchase t,.i(K),0 Ml ounces of
silver per month, and went overmuch
of tho ground heretofore covered by
)i:i:ati: on i:i,i:orio.vs nu.u
s,-vii I.n.tr lliiurl It t'onl limed
Wasiiixotov, it si 7. Hivun hours
of uninterrupted debttu on the elej
lions bill occupied the time of tho
house yesterday, tlis spo'oh of
Cummlngs of New York b.'lng
As but three days remain for
debate, the house met at II o'clock.
Night sessions will also hi ordered,
so that all desiring to spotk shall
have an opportunity. Only twenty
three mcnibjis by a -tual count wore
present when Speakjr Crisp dropped
the gavel. All morning husini'ss was
dispensed with an l Mr. Ihiiu.-s of Ne
braska resumed the iloor to complete
his speoeli in o ipositioa to the Tucker
Mr. Hlclts. of Pennsylvania, opposed
the bill. Mr. Krookshire, of Iuilhtna,
spoke in support of the measuiu.
Mr. Kay, of Now York, who also 1
opposed tho bill, claimed that tho
issue was not a serious ono. Tho
ederal election laws were necessary
to protect the ballot, not so much in
the .South as in tho great cities like
New York, where the Ignorant, law
bi caking rabble exists. Ho attacked
tho organization of l'auiniiiny Hall in
bitter terms, reviewing at length tho
conditio!! of affairs under the Tweed
Mr Engilhli. of Now .1
in mi iport of tho bill.
Mr. Amos Cum uing? of New York
followed with a vigorous speech.
"Those laws," ho said, "wore the re
sult of party necessity, not 11 itional
needs. They were asset, not to pre
serve the purity of the ballot, but to
violuto it Tlu force bil , the legiti
mate olfsprinj of these laws, was
brought forward hut failed It was
designed to accomplish what they
could n d.
Mr. linker of New Hampshire and
Mr. Tawney of .Miiuieota spike In
oppmition, and Mr. Talb-rt of South
Caiolina, in support, followed. Tho
latter is a Populist. He create. I a
mild n'lisati 11 by declaring: "The
proudest ui.-mory of my life is that I
was a Confeder.ttu sddior. It may
nave been lost, bat it was the cause
of 1L erty. tf soui-' arj not willing to
give liberty t'i us, we are ready to
tight again. We will give tlie black
mull thoir rights, but this it a '.'bite
man's count! v aul white men must
and shall 111'u."
1IIK M'.W I AltllT III I.I.
1'r.iuieiturU of Tim Mimciro Ur.iftoil
by -oomtary Oir.l.le.
Wasiiixotov. Oat 7. Tim Demo
cratic iiiombtfrs of tlu ways and moans
comiiiltteo have aokno.vliulgjd thit
koiuu d llliMilties are now buin
reajhed The iron an.i steel sehedulo
is a porplc.! g knot to be solved. The
framework of the b'H before the ma
jority is understood to be a draft sub
mitted by Secrelar I'arlisle. Tho
members of the commlttei find many
changes which they believ are desir
able. It is understood that Ii has boen
definitely settled that the sugar boun
ty shall be lepealed A proposition
Is made to place a half a cent ti p und
on raw sugar or take c ft the same
rjte on refin--1 nigar
No I'nrrrtilllilti sIrih at
Nr.w YoiiK.Oet 7. ti (1. Dun A Co.'s
weekly review of trade says: It is
ditllcult to delect any clgnsof Improve
ment. While there has been some ad
dition to the iiumbpr of manufactur
ing establishments and the num
ber of hands at work during
thu past week it Ts becoming
painfully clear that the orders ob
tained do not sulllco to keep employe.!
at full time even tlie limited force nt
present engaged. Kepoits from other
cities disclose a dlUlnct cheek in busl
lless. There Is, on the whole, less
activity and less confidence regarding
tho future thin theru was it week
ago, and this is in many crises at
tributed to tlie uncertainty (if the mon
etary future which delay in the senate
causes. Failures were .80, against
Ni;v Yoiik, OcL 7. ri. following
table, compiled by Hradstrcet's. gives
the clearing'? home returns for the
week ending OjL .1, with jiercent
ages or increase mid (locioase.HS coni'
pared Willi the
uor respond! n j week
of hist year:
Clearln -s In?
l.lm-olti . .
ToM?k . ...
I ft p. t
A LOLD HOLD-UP.
Oipt-lln -inn'itlr llnlib-il In llm (llolin
UdllltllTllt lllllllltlll- lit St. Irfltll.
Sr. Lofis, Mo., Oct. 7. (nptiilu 1!
I V. Sin lair, secretary and treasurer
f of tho West St. Louis .loekey club, re
turned late from the lra.de last even
ing, and while at his desk in room Ms
Olobe-Don:' crat building nt work no
on Ills accounts, wns staitletl by the
appearance of a youth of 2.1, revolver
in hand who demanded tlie day's re
, ceipts, i7 4 ::., lying in a sue c on
, a table near. Sinclair's response
I wn.i a spring for the would-be
j robber, but altera desperate wrestle
j the llilef got away from him. seized
the money and lied. Pursuit was
I liuide and after a short chase through
I streets and alleys the thief was eap
, tared and thu money recovered The
young fel ow was taken to th police
, station where ho gave the name of
Fred IJouin, '.'.1 years of age, of Mont
pplior, Vt , a new arrival, out of work
aim iiriven 10 moil llierebv.
I'p to a late hour the prisoner stuck
to the name of Hor.tn but lie was
identified as Frederick llulloek, an
e gineeron tho Ohio awl Mississippi
railroad. Iiu is the son of .loser h W.
Hiidloek, the local agynt of the Hnr
ton Car Construction coinitiuy. His
father identified him, but as to ivnsons
for the er me, none could be secured,
the boy maintaining a dogged silence.
T.--.H rtiir I 1 iii 1 lt.i Milt.
l.uiai:i., Kan, Ojt. 7. -A series of
legal ((implications have arisen tint of
the suits for damngos caused by ship
ping Texas cattle in Chise and. (J eei
wood counties. A louuuissiun was
appointed which awarded 81.1,000 as
' losses for deaths of native cattle,
I caused by Spanish fever brought in by
the Texas eatllo. No settlem nt has
j been arrived at, however, and the
suns irive now oeen . m mle.l ti In
! elude tho Missouri. Kansas -in I Texas
railroud, the 1). L. .lows Live Stock
and Commission company and about
I 1(K) others as defendants,' and deposi
tions are being taken preliminary to a
I hearing of tlie ease ut Cottonwood
talis next month.
Dn.ully IIo.hI-CIh imi.
I.MI'OIMA. Kan. Oct 7 C II. Has
sett, who llvus two milos east of Olpu,
a id his entiro f mily, with the excep
tion of his son's wife and little girl,
were taken violontly i 1 shiitly after
partaking of their evening meal last
night, A physician was summoned
at onco and pronounce I it a case of
po'son'.ng. Mrs. IJasscU and son.
William, wero only slightly alfcct.'d,
while the young man's wife and
1 little daughter escaped ultoirelher.
'i ho older Mr. Hassott and his daugh
ter wore, however, dangerously poi
soned, and for a tiina but little hope
for the r recovery was entertained
The family, with the exception of
young Mrs. Has ett an I daughter, partook-
of ' hciul-clices., ' and the suppo
sition is that this is what caused tho
ID inlpoin Turii.ulo In ArUiiiiH.ii.
Cuiiikv, Ark., Oct. 7. -News was
leeelved in this city yesterday that
last night a disastrous tornado passed
ovor tho section of L'nion county, south
of Eldorado, the county seat A cabin
was demolished and the inmaUs. three
uegroos, wero clashed to death by tho
Soraliuiu s,u,ur I'liint llnrnril,
Nkvaiia, Mo , Oct. 7. Tho sorghum
snifiir plant of Duncan X. Lewis, near
Kldorado Springs, burned last night,
and is supposed to have boon the work
of an iiuoniliary. Fifteen hundred
gallons of sorghum molasses were also
consumed. Loss about '.',0)0 without
All On I nt ut ltio.
Lo.mio.v, Oct. 7 A dispatch from
Kio say, tho bombardment has not
b en resumed. It was also stated
that tho city was in a stat-i of trim
iuilitv and Unit thu stories circulated
us to excesses committed by tho lira
zilhin troops wero without foundation
Mormon t'onftirtwiiio MreU,
Salt Lakh, Utah, OL 7 The
fixtyfourth semi-annual conference
of the Church of .lemis Christ of Latter
Day Saints began yesterday in tho
Tabernacle. About 0,000 people wero
Ocean Ilcrurd llrnkt-n.
Ni:w Yoiik, Oot 7 Tho iiewCunar
dcr, the Lucanla, dropped anchor at
quarantine at 10:55 lost night, beat
ing the previous reooul held by tho
City of Paris by fifty-five minutes.
ItoberU still in tlm I..U.I.
Nkw Yoi;ii, Oet. 7 Itobertn. S.200;
Ives, 7.177. This was tho Btand'r.g of
the iilaycrs iii tho International bil
It in) match when play was linished at
the Linos lyce'un last night.
PALLAS SHOT DEAD.
MET HIS FATE LIKE h TRUE RED,
llo Iti-Jrrts All Dip CoiMiilittliiii' of lir
IIrIiiii mill sln-M 1111 Aii'iK'hlit sS
to llrown tlm ('limit oT llm M-tnlis
A I'roop of s,,,,.r- I'lre nt
-Il.ii lliron-;li tlit llnck,
Klllliii Mini Intltiiitl).
HAnrni.o!A, Oei -P:uw, the An
nrchlst, who on Sunda.- September 31,
made nn attempt on the life of Cap
tain Optiernl Marline! Campos by
nuritiig iwotiyntiuiiie bombs nt him,
was shot yosterdity in accordance with
the sentence of tho court martial be
fore which he was tried
Mass for the dying was roirbnlivl
In the morning with all the solem
nity of tho Cutholic elm ch. the o!l
cors and syldiers of the guard and tho
olllcers of the court martini being
present In full uniform Shortly !
fore 0 o'clock the olllcer of the
guard notllled "the prisonei l.it
the hour of his death had ar
rived und, nocompniiled by priest ho
was fisfortcd by 11 squa I of Infaiitrv
to 1111 pnelo-ure els(. to the castle of
.Moiijulcli, wlieie n Inrc bdy of
troops or all arms was drawn up
forurtng three sides of a M-ii'irc, the
fourth side facing the wall being ic
sorved for Pallas
The pilsoner maalntinlng an air of
br.ivido, uinreheii to his di-.Uli ns if
going to s inic glorious ceremony,
chanting an Anarchist nlr mi us to
drown the muttered prayers of the
moults who did not relit for a mo
ment their ellorls lot'ive religious i,m.
solution Ontsiil.i the line of I
crowds of people had gathered.
When the prisoner's Imok linil Ii 'n
turned toward the firing party the
guard withdrew and the olllcer in
command of the firing partv gave
ordeis 1111 I the rilles were luade'd An
olllcer then 1, -.id the sentence of the
court iniirllnl. Then the firing pirlv.
on a slgntl fiom the olli -or in com
mainl, fired one volluy and Pallas fell
forward on his face, dead. A few
sharp words of e linmaiid and the
body wus carried awny, the troops re
formed, bugle sounded, the troops
marched nway nnd tho crowds dis
1.11 or I Im Niiiiilunos or Ihs VnrlniM IMr
IliM In luinim lllalrli'li.
Tori:n., Kan., OcL 7. Tho new
election 1 iw of Kansas rctjuirus muni
nees for state and jn llelul .iHct", to
file certificates of their nomination
with tlu secretary of slate thirty days
before the election. Judges are to be
elected in thirteen districts this fall,
and certlllc.it os of nomination have
boen filed as follows:
Tenth district -Johnson 11 ml Miami
counties John T. Hun-is, Democrat,
an 1 i:. II C ill. Populist
Fifteenth Mitchell. Osborne. Smith
and Jewell Cyril Heron. PonnlUt.
P. J. K'nlght, Itepubliciin, nnd Charls
II Nkholas D-mocrat.
Sixteenth Pawnee. I.thvurilrt rind
Hodgeman V. S, Hatch, Populiht,
and S V. Vaiidivert. i:eiv.ilUo.tn
Seventeenth I'hillips, Norton, De
catur, P.awlius and Cheyenne-A. C.
T. tieiger. P.)iulistj (J. Webb liar
tram, Democrat, and lieorgo A
.Nineteenth Sumner ,1, A. liur
nette, Kepnbliean, and J. U. Maiscll,
Twentieth- Itloe. Itarton and Staf
ford A nsoll It Clark , Itepubllean,
Ind , and J. II. Kailoy, Populist Dem
oeraL Twenty-first -llailey, Miirslinll and
Clny Theodore II. Pollock Populist.
Sam Kimball Democrat, un.i It- II.
Tlilitioth Ottavn and Snlin,u-U
1". Thompson, Itepublic.in. II. A l.e.t
vltt, Populist, and Charles A Miller,
Thirty-firU Meade. Cl.irlcnnil Com
miotic-!'. C Price, Hepublican and K.
M. Davis, Popullkt.
Thirty-second Scwai-il, Stovon.
Morton, Iltiskell awl Stiintori W. 13.
Hutchinson, Kepnbliean, T. W. .Mar
shall, Populist unit A. H Hooves, Dem
Thirty-third Hush, Nosn, I.ane,
Scott, Wichita und (iieeley J. K.
Andrews, PopuIUt, and J S. Cnld
well, rtepiibiri-.ui.' T. A. Jenkins,
Doiroerat, has also boon nominntod
in this district, but he has not filed a
certificate, and as he Is already
county attorney it is not believed ho
Thirty-fourth Hooks, (irnhaui.
HlierlJau. Thomas an I Sherman -Clunk's
W. Smith. Hepublican and W.
S. Wileoxson, Populist,
Tiiirty.fifih PottawntoiiKe, Wan
buiinsuo and Osage I W Fiugora'd.
I'opu list-Democrat and William Tho i
riiullU IVulciiuiu liiynn.
WAHINfiTo.. OoU 7. The Populist
members of the house are.very much
olatud ovor the rumors that Congress
man liryan of Nebraska, will re
nounce the Dem emtio party on ac
count of the failure of the Nebraska
convention to indoibu his free silvei
itopresentntlvo llowon of Mlnnosota
totlay sunt Mr. Jtryun the following
telegram: "Accept eongratti'ations
on your gallnnt light and dufeitU You
are not at home in the Democratic
oanip. No silver man is Shake."
Will llo l.jnclui.l ir t'nn-lit.
I'oitT Scott. Kan.. Oct 7. In the
midst of the bist resldenoe portion of
the city at 11 o'tliuk yesterday morning
MUs Agnes Hair, n pretty young girl
of fine fumlly. was brutally asstulted
while alone in her fath -r's house bv 11
nogro. The wretch then rimsicked
tho house and left his victim lying mi
conscioti on the 11 jor. Ma ran south
nnd a poo is In pursuit. If he is
caught he will be Ivnchcd
Tho household effects of the late
I)r Thatcher t-ravc were sold at auc
tion at 1'iovldcncc, It. I.
ffaJi Ji-qt A till I If I fTlT.'J 'I
f.ir hi hunt wear Xim , n. , , .,
Ilkl ihoiiii aw-niir. I tit, ,!. -ri
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