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UUTH.EIE, OKLAIIOLA, TUESDAY MORNING, OUTOBKR lo, 1803.
A MOMENTOUS WEEK
THE DECISIVE STFIUOCUr IN
THE SENATE ON.
IMPORTANT RESULTS EXPETO
A CSritrr.tl llullcf Tliit Tlmm IV 1 1 1 lie n
t'utiiprimiWi- Mimv lniiirtiiiit Slut-
trra Itinibril lur I'niMtilerutluii In
llio IIchiho .Mr. llutrli Cuttliis
III Anti-Option Hill Ajulu
Ituuily fur Introduction.
Wasiii. s'Oio:., Oct. (). Thu tiiomcn
Ions ovfeut if tlio setmlo this week, ho
fnr tin can bo foreseen, will bo thu nl
teinpt to secure continuous sessions of
thtit body. That thW attempt will
produce important results can liardly
ba doublL'd by anyone fuiiillinr with
There Is a fpncral beHf in the chain
ber that thu present woe!: will bring :i
solution of thu probli'in. Tlio opinion
1 expressed tliul there will be u coin
promise of some character agreed to
and put through. The proposition to
h! m ply extend the Slu-miui law for a
definite pprlod with reduced monthly
purclmses seems to be talcing shape as
the most liltely of the various praposi
lions lo receive iiii.n-oval .
.M st of the suggestions so far made
foreoinproinise are very much alike,
In that they llx a time when the pur
chase and coinage of silver shall cease
altogether, and that they itc'rcise the
amount to be purchased per month
by ftom S-, 000,000 to $1,000,000 worth.
'1 he proposition lo include a bon.l
purchase is still receiving attention
and tin: present indications tiro that
while a great many Demojr.its may
not agree to such n pnnoiitlon, it
may bj put through v th Ui3 as-dst-anee
The senators from tlic silver produo
iilg states are coiist.intly consulted
and advised with as to the terms of
agreement, but they will not be al
lowed to dictate in thu mattor of com
promise. There is not a sulllt-icut
iiuinbor of thrm to continue the light
long if there should be an arrange
ment against them Their allies will
not desert them outright, but it op
portunity oilers for ft Stt'"".: !. "'
III" ;'" 8t',J "1 t'lu siiv.-r sta L senators
w.U lie evpectcn to ttet,i!. ;; is any
reasonable arrang :n -nt looking lo
thu continued rciotriiition of (-liver.
It may be stated, how ever, that the
hilvcr party in the senate, as a whole,
including bo'.li Dcmociats and lie
publicans, is not anxious to secure a
compromise as is supposed. '1 lie silver
men appreciate that tliuv aio iu
majority and cannot dictate the terms
of capitulation, but they fuel that tlio
minority is alunst as anxious for
adjournment as they are, and if they
can make it clear that they will bo
nble to go on witli tlio debate in
ddlnite'y, they will be able to secure
very liberal concessions.
vi:i:k in iiii: not si:.
Import. nt .ll.ittiT IVIlt Orrupy
Atlrnlluii of l:i'iri.rnt.itlr4,
Wawiivgtov, Oct, a Important
uiattCKs will occupy thu attention of
the house this week. To-day is tlio
last day for dehatu on thu Tucker
bill to repeal the fede-al election laws
and on Tuesday, according to the
tormsof thu special order, it will go
to a vote.
On Wednesday, after thu disposal
of tlio oloutlons bill, tlio bill from the
banking and currency committee to
prevent directors ami olllci.il.s of na
tional bank-, from borrowing money
of thu institutions with which th y
tiro connected, except on written per
mission of the board of directors,
which was considered during 1 ho
morning hour on Monday last, will
again coinu up, according to tlio no
tice given by Mr. Cox on Thursday.
A gunm-al sentiment uxists in favor of
throwing additional safeguards about
national bauk. It is considered an
important measure and somo objec
tions to it 111.13 roiitlt in its modilL-a-lion,
but it will doubtless pass when
it reaches 11 vote.
On Thursday, If the banking bill is
disposed of, the Mct'reary substitute
for tlio Kverott bill to amend the
lieary exclusion a"t so as to extend
the timu fur registration of Chitiese
will come up. 'i he bill will be bitter
ly, oppox.nl by soine of the l'aellle
slope members, especially Mr. (Scary,
woo noes noi uue us provisions and
who U-'lieves thu bill only temporize
with the situation.
To provent filibustering Chairman
MoCreary of tlio foreign a Halts com
inittoe, lias asked f.ir a special order,
givinjr two d.i.vb for its consideration,
anil providing for a vote at the end of
that time Thli will be granted by
the committc on ru'es Colonel
Oatos l.tis also ai.kcd for a special
order for the consideration of
thu bmkrur toy bill, and tlio speaker
has expressed his absent. l'our
das will be given, and under the
rule, Colonel O.itos says, there Is no
posslbilit of tlio measure being do
f Seated by Mr. Kilg-ire and his col
leagues, who successfully conducted a
ten days' lilibiiktering against it in the
last congress. A large majority iu
the houso favors a general bankruptcy
law, which has been before congress
in one fnr.n or other for lx years. It
Ik hardly probable, however, lliat the
bankiuptey bill will bo readied this
Several of the committees of the
house will bo busy dining the week.
The hearings buforu the banking and
oirrency committee will continue,
dilTorujit members of the house
advoca'ting bills they have inti-ndurtd.
Tlio investigations of the .iimiiUtee
will be iu thu direction of rcuring
information us lo changes in llie
national banking laws, and the vb-us
.of H'Oinbers upon tlio pronoted re
peal of the ten per e! UlN
on the state bank' circula
tion. The committee on merchant
marine ami INheries expert that the
hearing npon the Fithiau fre ship
ping bill will bo concluded Monday
or curly in the week. Mondav mom
lug the comiuili e on public la i4 wi''
consider tlio Hudson resolution, call
Ing for an inve.tigatlonof the methods
of opening the Cherokee strip If tlio
majority of tlio committee decide lo
report adversely, tin mlno'itv of the
committee will malic a report In favor
of an investigation an I II;' lit for it in
Tin fmiitiiiltce mi leri ilfirtrs will
try and get a quorum together to con
sider the several bills for the admls-
ion of I tali, Arizona, Now .Mexico
AMI-Ofl'IO llll. I-
.Mr. Iliitcli Will Asulii 1 11 1 roil lire It im
Soon 114 H l'rtcniW IM11 Ho Con.iiltcil.
Washikotov, () t '.). Keprosenta
live Hatch of Missouri, chairman ot
the house committee on agriculture,
has not yet introduced the anti-option
bi.l which lie fought so hard for dur
ing the last -congress, lie says that
ho has not introduced tlio bill becausu
he wants all the friends of tliu bill
here In order to secure its referenco to
the committee on agriculture instead
of tlio committee on ways anil means
tinder the rules, llo expects the same
light over again on the reference, the
rules having been amended so that it
makes It more dilllcult to hive the
bill sent to ills committee. Mr. Hatch
is also delaying introduction until tlio
friends of the bill can bo consulted in
regal il to any changes that may seem
Metrtgiii Chii.i1 IntiMtlg it Inn,
Wamiinoton, Oct, (I Representa
tive Doolittlo of Washington lias in
trod .ice I a joint resolution providing
a commission consisting of three sena
tors and six representatives to go over
tho entire, routo of tli Nicaragua
canal and make a thorough examina
tion with a view of submitting to con
gress 11 comprehensive leportoftlio
existing conditions, and furnishing in
fnrinotion upon which future legisla
tion may be had.
ALMON D THOMSON.
Tlio llofniittcr's WI137C ibmiti It o-lt-il
A.'lor 15o!n.7 In Hiding 5oon Vi-ar.
Sr. Lnt'M, Mo., Oct 0 On July 2.1,
ISSii, Almon 11. Thoniiin. cashier of
the 1'rovident Saving bank, of this
city, after e.uboz.ling f(i.i,O.W for
which lie was to account tho following
day, robbed tlio safe of $13,000 ami
lied to Canada. For s -veil years ho
lias been as thoroughly lost to the
public as though in his grave . Thom
son's wife and two daughters shortly
disappeared in like manner.
The bank wont to r,j;Cjs. "..;. ,...:.'.
ninety cents 01) I io.lollr. Tho Thom
sons were forgotten until last we.de.
when the wife entered suit against n
younger brother of Thomson, who had
adinitrstered the estate of their father
deceased iu H3.
On Kriday last the whereabouts of
tho inUsliig Thomsons was revea'ed.
They werj found iu two ba dc room?
of a shabby boarding liou-ij in New
York. Thomson, careworn and pre
maturely aged, is a book-koeper on a
mcagci salary. Tho elder girl is
writing in nn insurance olltce, while
the j'ounge is bedfast with a linger
ing illness and the mother an Invalid.
Thompson's stor of his wanderings
and suffering is pathetic, hack de
serted him from tno moment lie lied
this city There are 11 claims or
charges against him here, as every
thing was lighted by his father Ho
ays ho will not return to St I.ouis.
where he was onee on thu ton wave of
thu soi;ial world, but will plod on to
tlio grave in thu fight with poverty.
DEATHS FROM THE STORM.
INtliniitr Nmv 1'l.ica tlio Number at
3,0110 Million In Property I.,Mt.
Nmv Oltl.RANB, 1,1, Oot, 0 Tills
city has raised a relief fund of about
ST.1,000 in all, and steamers, luggers,
skill's and trains have been sent in
every direction to oxtend relief Tlio
only new development is the Intelli
gence, from liayou S.indress lo id ng
from (Iranil Islo district that there
are .100 deaths along tint section,
making about I.Ooo deaths between
Chcuiere anil llavou Cook. It is safe
now to numlerthe deaths at 2,000 tmcl
over, but the loss in proj crly will bo
IN MEMORY OF PARNELL,
Trrinriitloiit ()iituitrlnj; t Dublin t llio
Second Annlwritry of Ilia lli-ath.
Drill IV, Oct W. Ireland and Irish
men from all over the world yesterday
assembled around the grave of
Charles Stewart l'.irnell iu (Jlas
ncvin cemetery and did honor and
reverence to the memory of llie g-eat
Irish leader. It was the second an
niversary of the death of tlio great
champion of home rule and the crowd
attending tho day's ceremony showed
very clearly that Ireland has not for
gotten the services of l'arnoll iu the
cm so so dear to tho hearts of hor sons
Nu'clilo of u I'm 111. r.
Ton.KA, Kan., Oct. V William
(loodwiu, a farmer residing near Man
hattan, commit tod suicide Saturday
evening by cutting his throat w.lli a
inzor. Coodwin and his wlfo were
driving tjlong tlio road in a wagon,
when ho suddenly stopped ills team,
bprang from the wagon, rushed into a
tlilulcet and committed the deed before
his wile could Interfere.
Trio I 1 1 Kill llli iMrtuer,
Iloii'io.v, Kan., Oct 9 Walter Can
non of llorlon, made a murderous as
sault en his business partner, Huge tic
Kennedy, at u Into hour Saturday
night, lie struck him on tho head
Willi a hatchet, inflicting a fatal in
jury. Cannon afterwards attempted
suicide by cutting a fjasli across his
throit witli a clieeso knife. lie is
supposed lo bj Insane
Iron Work llotuiiir.
PoTTSTOwx. Pa , Oct 0. Philadel
phia btidgo works, which have been
idle .1 short porlod, were started up
today. Tho Pottertown Iron coin
pm has issued a notice reducing the
nuddlors to Si per ton. Kills ,t Hsslgs
Iron company has also issued u notico
Of a reduction in its plate mills.
A S.iO llrpotlt Company IhII,
N.iivii.i.k, Twin . Oct 9. The Safe
Deposit Trust and Hanking company
if tlvs city made an assignment lute
Saturil.iy night f. r the beueUt of
c -.J lois.
TO FORCE A VOTE
SENATOR VOOIIHEES GIVES
NOTICE OF NIGHT SESSIONS.
TO COMMENCE AFTER WEDNESDAY.
Tlio Srn.ito Ankrri to Sit Ciitliiiiniiljr
I'm II 11 Voto N Itiiurlird on tlio lie-
prill of tlio Mieriu.iii Mlrr l.nir
Tho Autl-UrpriileM Will
itcsnrt Iu Somo Vlcur-
Wasiiinoto.v, Out. I). Senator Voor
heoh has at last decided to lake the
bull by the horns In consequence of
tills dcUrtiiiualiou ho gave notice at
the opening of the session of the sen
atuSat rday Ihalbegiiiiiitig'ncxt Wrtl
ncsilay he would ask tho sunate to sit
continuously until a vote should bo
readied on the silver purchase repeal
bill, and that ho would expect sena
tors to maintain a quorum until tlio
end of tiie present cotitcst is 1 cached.
"I might say more,' lie said, "but
nioie is not necessary. I give this
notice in order that senators may gov
ern themselves accordingly in the per
formance of the duty tney owe the
Senator I'ugli says thu silver men
invite this tost and when it is once be
gun will themselves see that the ses
sion is made continuous lleT-uys tltat
if thu icpcal advocates demand night
sessions there will be filibustering,
and that tltc auti-iepeal force will bu
justilicd in resorting to the same tac
tics. PENSION CASES PILING UP.
I lie 1'iifco of KrtiultiLM4 Uirib!o to
!.md!o Hip KimIi of Worlc.
Washington, OoLfl. M'.ri,.j;isc,rn
now under investigation by special
examiners of the pension bureau than
have ever confronted them The total
number now peuding is Hi.son-m hi
cioase of '.',,,"J'.i oxer the number, lulj
1, the beginning of-thu present fiscal
year. At this li.no tlio number of
special examiner.-, iu the field was liiJ
and this number lias u w been In
creased to 219.
'1 lie v,irtc ot iii,,,':;z,' pension
eases U steadily increasing This is
due to the fact that each year claims
bee 1111 j more dillijult to ctablisli be
cause of tbp dentils iif wtliii'sKe. fir
failure to recall fau s or uncertainty
Thu number of field oxauiinur.s has
1 ...... ...., I .1 1 .1 !.... .1
ITUII L(.ail lUltUl-Ud till 111 UIL' Jlill, '
four years. At the beginning of llm '
lisc.il year IS 9 the ntimlur was 2.11;
iu IslH), J.io; in 1SUI, HIS; ill HDJ. Ill;
in lsll.1. f".l: mid in lS'.ll lit). hnrino
this period the iiiiui'bor of cases for
special investigation .iiuy 1, cacti year,
was us follows- loS9, 1.1. KM casub ami
eil.l.liOO: ISO'. liL.11 1 casus and SM.1.-
000 appropriation: IsiH, .1..117 cases
and $111,00) app'-opri.itiou; ISlii, .1,907
cases ami 821.1, 0J0 appropriation; and
IS'1.1. II, .11.1 cases and Sr.M.OOO appro
priation. Tito present appropriation
is believed to bo utterly inadequate
for the work of disposing of llie great
volume of pending cases.
MR. PEFFER'S GRAND SCHEME.
The Kiintut Monitor fill. Tin- Si lillllnii
Washixotox, Oct. 9. Senutor Peffer
has introduced in tlio senate n bill
to provide for tlio coinage of all the
gold and silver in tlio treasury and
for all that shall be ofTered and
for the issuing of enouirh paper money
to bring thu volume of tlio" currency
up to JO, 000.0 10,000. Of this f 000,000,
Out) is to be distributed to tlio various
states and territories pro rata accord
ing to population, to bo expended in
It further provides that nil citizens
of the United States offering their la
bor shall bo employed under Die con
ditions of the bill. It was introduced
by n quest, Mr. Puffer explaining tint
I to cl I1 not consider the country npa
for such legislation.
Aflinn .Miitliinri- lllotrn Iroiii the .Month
or mi I'm; Ilili Cannon.
Loxdox, Oct. 9. A dispatch to tho
Times from Calcutta says that serious
disturbances occurred at Calm!, tho
capital of Afganlstan, previous to tlio
erriv.il there of tlio mission under
the co nmand of Sir Mortimer On rand.
Tho assistant commander-in-chief, tt
appears, abused a Sepoy of the llcriti
regiment, upon which tlio regiment
loaded tneir i ill js and lired a volley,
killing him. Tito mutineers Hod from
Cabul, but wer pursued and captured
by tho ameer's loyal troops A num
ber were tried by court martial and
eleven sentenced to bu blown to
pieces from field guns, which sentence
was promptly carried into effect.
llovov, Oct. 9 Tlio Uepublican
state couvontlcn fuel a,t Music hall at
10:30 o'clock- tins morning Mayor
William A. llanuroft was chosen presi
dent The platform favors llm un
conditional repeal of thu purchasing
clause of the silver act and declares
for protection mid condemns free trade
underuny guise or naino
Attorney Coneral Pillsbury, who
was a leading candidato for the
nomination for governor and who
withdrew in favor of Frederick T.
(irccuhalgc, was cheered when ho ap
peared to make the nominating speech
for Mr. Crecnhalge, who was
nominated for governor by acclama
tion. Lieutenant Coventor Wolcott
und Secretary of State W. M. Olln
were renominated and W, J. Kimball
wus named fur auditor, all by acclama
tion. For state treasurer, Colonel 11.
M. Phillips nod for uttorney genera
II. M. Know Hon were nominated.
A lluinb hi u Kobraiku store.
Noiitii Pi.atti:, Neb., 0,pt 9. A
bomb was thrown In the rear window
of the It A. Douglas dry goods store
list night at 12 o'clock, b'.ew out the
whole front of the store and damage 1
the rear wall. All tho goods in tho
rear wero badly burned. 'Ihorc Is no
trace of the thrower
DEFAULTER AND FUGITIVE.
TVemurcr McCurtnlii of lhrl'liorlw Su
tton Short Orer M(IU,0(l().
Tusk.MIOMA, I.T , Oct. 9. National
Choctaw Treasurer (Ireen MeCurtaiu
has Itirned th funds of his olllee
over to his successor, W W. Wilson.
Immediately after turning over his
books he disappeared and has not
since boon honrtl from. It now turns
out that he Is short in his accounts
about SI 10,030. His shortage In the
lease district fund Is over slOO.OOO.
Thu treasurer of the Pulled States
turned over to him 51, .11.1,000. Thcro
wore 11,710 Choctaws registered to
draw $101 per capita. Out of tills
number something near fifty failed to
draw. If they hail all drawn it would
have taken SI. I HI, 117 to pay them,
leaving a balance of 8129. 1.1.1 To th s
he has 11 credit of 521, 727, but It will
tiilte about J.l.lmO fiotn It to pay the
balance of claims that tiro registered.
There is dOI,72? unaccounted for.
The l.oelce iiicn nio loud in denoun
cing him and a number of the .Ioiips
men denounce him. Ills liond Is only
S10.000 Ills shortage may reach SlIO,
030 or 1. 10,000.
('.11 go ol I'l-ti olriiin l.o t.
I'liii.Atu i.t'iiiA, OcL 9. A cargo of
100,003 gallons of crude petroleum and
so ne valuable refining oil which wan
shipped from tlilscotintry to Spain lias
been lost and unless Cuptain (all of
the Spanish steamship Cm. 1711a, now
in this port cpii ft plain th-- mystoiy
his xessel will bo so d The steamer
is now anchored iu the Detroit river,
and yesterday 11 posse of 1'nitcd States
iiur-duils took possession of her on in
sti notions from tlio New York e
portt'in The steamer sailed 011 Au
gust I;, anil in duo lime arrived, at her
desliii ilioti. witli the cargo in' go m1
lomlilnio Sl'ico then alt iracj of the
tin go has been lost
I.. lllgfliCll A lll:tli, 1,,
Ciiit'wiil Oct 9. -The Intel national
meeting of tlio Kviiiigo'ieal allianco
convened yesterday: A ddrcs.es of
weliomc were delivered by President
inline? ... .!.J '.V.'r1'1 l'"lfoss auil
iarv. Mrs Potter Palm ir, Or. .1. 1
ltui rois mid olliu. s . These were re
sponded by Lord K'lnniiird of London,
Prof ssor Henry Driliuiiioiid of thu
(.lasgow iiuivni'slly. Scotland, Colonel
Kossiiiale Nepveii, who spul.e for the
Nelherlaiids. thu llev. Procliel of Home
atil Ce11er.1l O. O. Howard of the
United St itus urmv.
All;c!(l in. a r.u, oii,.r.
ti. ;:;z.::;-z. in, o.-l i. -March 7
last Coventor Altguld Issued his first
pardons to two biirglats. (since then
hehas ielcase.1 three anarchists niid-iiinety-one
other uriminals breaking
in seven months the records of man .
governors for two years, The num
ber of plain pardons -sixty-three is
nearly half as many .us bis predeces
sor, Coventor l'"iferv issued iu four
year. Twonty-nltiu pardons or com
mutations were issued lo men to
whom Covcrnor Oglesby or Coventor
1'ifer had i fused clemency fur lauso
WiKl.mn CiIIkk" t'.iitinol il.
Wn.i.i wisiow ,-. MilH , () t 1 1. Th tf
centeniii.il of Williams college w'us
celebrate I yoOo'ilay. I'romiuclil.
alumni were tni'-.eiit Andrew Car
negiu and Preod.-ut Seth Low of Co
lumbia an ived by siiTi.il trains. The
sei inoii was prcail'ieil by Kuv. 1 1 a
Henry Hopkins, , of Ivaustis t ity.
the let being "( ouncli'iu ul Uulif'ioii
and Ltliicaliou. '
An KnclUh I Hist Ilr.nl
LoNliov.On 9- Mud Matl.iv iirmvn,
the Kng'ilsh pa'nl.r U dr.id. Jit Hie
III itb.h section of the Art gallery til
Chicago mo two paintings liy tin-,
nriisl, "Koineo and luliet." ami
N l-Wi N O f K 'J.
It is officially .'inn miieed Ui.it l!os
ton has a population of OOU.OOM
AlfMiuiler Sal villi, thu aetor. and
Miss M.iuil llixon, a membai of bis
company, weie in.uiied al Clew-t.iiiil
In the last three days then' have
been iol fresh case of cholera and
forty-oiio deaths in llie proviue,; of
lliscay, Spiiu whose capital is Kilbao
The condition of Marshal McMalioti
ex-presldent of I'Vance, who has been
ill for some time, has suddenly become
worse, and it is now believed to be
Mr. W. W. Johnson, wifuot the kilo
.lames l! lllaiue'.s physician, is near
dcatli in Washington. She was former
ly Mrs. Walsh of hL Louis.
Postmaster Cenor.il lilsscll is ex
pected to devote considerable atten
tion to the proposal! one cent postal
service, lie bolioves that the inaugur
ation of the service is impossible nt
the present time, owing to thu deficit
of 8,000,000 tltat exists in llie postal
funds in tlio treasury.
Dispatches from all parts of tho
I'ulouso and big grain suctions in
Kastern Washington say serious dam
age lo crops has resulted from the
heavy rains of the past week. Thu
harvest U fully a month lute and much
grain is still standing. Some stations
report a loss of 2-1 to 50 p.-r cent.
Mi. Mattes, agent of the United
States department of agriculture, lias
been appointed United Slates deputy
consul in Merlin He has been lit
Leipsi.- looking up market, for
American pork, in Worms, opening
relations with a house that buys
American corn, and iu Munich, where
ho thinks American com has a future.
In tlio b ewcrius.
Tlio czar has issued an ukase ex
pelling every wealthy Hebrew from
Siberia. Tho order goes into effect
October 1, according to the Kttss'an
calendar, which will bo Octobur 13.
according to tho maimer of reckoning
time hero. Tho poorer Juws aru not
all'cctod by the ukaso. It applies to
the wealthy alone, and some of thoso
exiled are millionaires,
To-duVUshcrcd In tho most satisfac
tory week which the Middle Ohio val
ley has seen, from nn industrial stand
Coltit, blnco last July. Iletween Stou
cnvillo and llcllutrc, Ohio, including
Wheeling, W. Va., Martin's l'orry,
llridgeport and Itenwood, in a dis
tance of fifteen miles along tho Ohio
river, not fewer than 10,000 men wPl
find employment which they have not
ha I In teveml uion'hs.
A'COOD 1SDIAS NOW.
IOM PON ASK A BHOTTIIItOUnil
TIIE IIKAIt T.
PENALTY OF THE CREEK LAWS.
llli t'onln nnil All rrpnr:i'liiii lor
I'm I it til linn, l1 li,. Itooini-il Mini
.M.. r,,to With il M.ilcil In-
ttiiri.rrnrn or tin. Itrciiliitliiii
liiithoi Klnil Tint Other
(.'otiilriiinml ,ti,u ll,c?upn.
McAt.i:stT.it, Ind. Tai., OcL O.Tom
Pommka was a bad ltidlmi Up wk a
murderer und bully and n reward of
5.100 was oifrrml for his capture. Ho
is a good Indian now.
Kriday aftenwon lh puM l pen
alty of Ids crime to the Crook I.hva.
His enlllti and all preparations for
burial wero at hand. Tho doomed
limn looked down on them with
stolcnl indilTetence. ,iiiU a number
of people gathered to see thu execu
tion, which o.-ciirred In fionl of the
court house nt Wellington Light
Horsemen Johnson and lid wards wore
When llio hour ni rived they told
Ponaska to take his rositloti ' With
cool itiililVerence he walked over ;itnl
took n sent on his collin box. cro.scd
Itis hands hi lilt Ian and phu cd his fed
one across tho other and looked calmly
at his executioners as th -y aimed Hie
death shot at a distance of about tin ce
Two rille shots rang out sinriltane
ously ami Pouaska fell over :uid in a
fov minutes life was extinct. One
ball entered the In east over the heart
and the oilier entered the breast con
trnlly on a line with the hetitt
Ponaska last year shot down Li.-hl
IlorsMiitu Simon Tally becausu he
.,,. ' " "' " "-'it hoi soman,
IMMICI Ml,V . . ...V 1.,.. ,
In the discharge of his ilutyThan u...l-'.'
application for a writ for him for
horse stealing. It is said that a family
feud was also mixed with the troitb'e
llo escaped and tiitide himself
generally trouble .nine, and the ( reek
nation ofi'eicd n loward of 1(io fur bis
Utipluio. Alio nt u month ago he was
captured, tried and convicted of mur
der, and his sentence ami execution
Choeita arid Masts, two other Cre.-k
Indians, were t-i hive been shot l'ri
dtty, but both made their escape from
the guards before the execution day.
Trusi'iljr No.ir I'ottir, Nob.
PoiTi.n, Nob., O.-L 9. -Lrtc A. A
Miklund. a well-1 do Norwegian
farmer, living fifteen miles north of
hero, shot and instantly killed An
drew Anderson on the bitter's farm
'1 he two men havu had some words. re
cently about Miklund's e induct to
ward ids wife. Milcliind is a wife
ben tor of tho worst type, and Ander
son was trying to pacify Miklund
when he was killed. Intense excite
ment prevails ittiiong the Swedes ami
if they get hold of llio mtirdcrci he
will be Mtrcli-li ! up
.Mhl n lg lit Tins'"!)' ill lli'ilrr, .Mil.
Dkximi, Mo. Oi L 9. -Abmt mid
night List night Joe Miller mado an
assault u '.on the home of Leo lidwaids,
with whom ho sought a diilictilty. Iu
tin elTort lo reach Kdwauls, who had
retreated from Miller, the latter
knocked Mrs Kd wards down lid
wards then shot Miller d ml. lie
Klllml hT Ihu s-rli.
" Atciiios, Kin.. Oct. 9 Word his
been receive 1 hero to the elTeet that
James Kollcy, who fortiK-rly live I in
Atchison, wus shot unit killed in u
claim contest in the Cheiokcc stnp
Kulluy was a Mhoumaker by trade
Not Yet I'apttirril.
I'onr Sco it. Kan , Oct o. -AH sup
posed clues to tlu hiding place of tho
nogro assai ant of Miss Agnus Parr
ha vi) proven fiuilles-s, ami there is now
little hope of his being captured,
llowuvor, llie hunt is not given up.
A Cholrr.i ship lli-tIneil.
Xhw Yoijk, (k-L D. The Allantic
liner Russia of the ILimbttrg-Auicricun
line of ships, which arrive I at quaran
tine yesterday morning has been de
tained by order of Dr. William Jon
kins, health olllcer of tho port The
lEusnia oaine into tho Inrbor tiring the
yollow ling, and on being boarded by
tho health olllcer. Captain Schmidt
reported that some six deitlis -som
of which wero accompanied by
cholor.-Jo symptoms, had occurred on
Tu mitj-T,o l.lllc, I lii :t Turn. nio.
Cauiixn', Ark., Oct 9. Tho tornado
in Union county Pndny niglit proved
to bo a dblistrous one. Many houses
wore destroyed, twunty-lwo women
wore k Hud und two fala'ly injured
Thu tornado was several miles wide,
ami left a dreary waste.
Tooli .Xlorphlno unit lllnit.
P.KIII.AMl, Mo.. Oct 9. Mis. ( lara
Kord took .10 cents worth of morphine
and was found den I in bod. This
washer fifth efforL She was young
and handsome, but her mirrlnd lifo
was unhappy fiom iiicomiiatibillty
hullH by IMiuliM.ilt'.
AntiiA.v, Mo., Oct 0. Tliis city and
all of Hates county is in an uproar, the
can so being suits entered against
every merchant for the accruing dif
ference between the amount of taxes
pahl mid tliosu due on llio real val
uation of lliulr property.
I.'IkIiI Pit out Drotrni'il In lilii' Superior.
Dkku Paiik. Midi., Oct 9 -A dis
aster on Lako Su orior. In which not
less than eight Jives were lost, came
to light yesterday whon a drifting
fishing boat waspickud up by the crew
of the Muskulou life saving stutio.i.
Mlnlni; I'lHut lliirueil.
Caiitiiaoh, Mo., OoL 9 - Tlic Cosh
octon milling lant owind by Coshoc
ton. Ohio, capitalists, was des'royed
by lire c-t-ul.iv morning Loss,
for m-IiiiuI r.r No is the im . i , grX ( ,. .nul I i .mi . lunl.tt A It. 1. IiV ' r ,,
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