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BEAVER, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, 1895.
Wkatiieii PnoPHKT Wtaaixn ha nr
nouncod thnt Lalto Michigan ia drying
A msrATCll said China had refuted
to permit any further investigation
into the recent mnssacio of Christians
bt Ku Clio tip.
The Las Animas Land it Cattle Co.
proposes to span the Ulo Grande, near
Englc, N. M., with a 10-foot diverting
dam, to carry water into a 22-mtlc
canal that will bring 25,003 acres of
land under irrigation.
John Wai.rh, of San Francisco, who
tramped across tho country to lioston,
walking1 every step of tho woy, on a
waiter of 5-00, to bo his If he made tho
distance In 100 days, arrived in tho lnt-tef-
city recently a whole week ahead
SrKAKlXG of the gold exports rcccnt
ly, Mr. Leach, formerly director of tha
mint, called attention to tho fact that
their aggregate was far below the cur
rent product of our mines. He esti
mated this year's gold product of tho
United Suites at gift, 000, QUO.
ALixmiEXis to tho Ute Indians In
Colorado have begun and will bo fin
ished by November 1. Hacli Indian
will receive 100 ncies of land, and
there aro 1,100 of them. The unal
lotted lands will nfterward be opened
for settlement by presidential procla
mation. Loiw Wni.sr.t.KV, it has been an
nounced, will succeed the duke of Cam
bridge as commander-in-chief of tho
Jlrltlsh forces on November 1. There
has been considerable feeling shown
in the matter, royalists holding that tho
head of tho army should be a member
of the royal family as heretofore.
It is estimated that thib year's cot
ton crop will bo tho smallest In five
years, not exceeding 7.500,000 bales.
There is a surplus of 2,00.),(KJ0 bales
now on hand that will make this sea
son's vlslblo supply 0,500,000 bales or
' f.00,000 "bales loss than the ordinary de
mand. This deficit. It is said, can hard
ly fail to cause an advance i-rt price.
If the Greek newspapers do not ex
aggerate, tho rcvlwil of the Olympla
games next spring will be upon an Im
posing scale. The international sport
will take place In the ancient Stadium,
which will be icbullt "for the purpose.
Invitations have been forwarded to 2,
000 different athletic club. In all -parts
of tho world, and T.0O have already
agreed to sond representatives.
The metricr-V system of weiglrts and
taeasuies. which is how nwiiversal oa
tho Europcnp continent, is noon to bo
made compulsory nil over 'Great
Britain and it is safe to say that tho
United States will follow England's
example, before the end of the century,
and the next generation of American
will wonder how people could be so
stupid as to weigh meat by the pound,
coal by tho ton and measure brandy
nnd beer by the quart and gallon.
Connfcticut is trying a 'new "thing
in tho wa3' of legislation ngalnst tne
salo of liquor on iSunday. Hitherto
the penalties have always boen in
flicted folely upon fhe seller. A law
which went into effect nt the bcglning
of August subjects the bu3er also to
punishment. The result is that, 'when
the police make u raid upon a saloon
that is breaking the Sunday law, they
take into custody not only tho bar-f
keeper, but also the palrojib whom ha
is serving. This is a novel experiment,
and its workings will be watched with
Thk typesetting mitciune invented
by Father Calendoli, a Sicilian monk,
is an advance on all other similar ma
chines In speed and cfe of manipula
tion. It is said to set in an hour au
amount representing the work for an
equal period of twenty compositors or
of seven of the machines in .common
use. Its cardinal principles of differ
ence from other machines is in the uso
of' the octavo nnd chord system .of the
piano, whereby by a single movement
of tho hand un entire word inny be put
in typo in the time formerly used foi
setting a single letter.
Diu ,T. W. ScoTr, secretary of tho
Illinois state board of health, recently
called upon Health Commissioner Kerr,
of Chicago, for information In relation
to the horso meat packing establish'
ments of that city, and tho knowledge
of the city department as to the use of
horso meat on tho drainage canal. "!
did Investigating tho subject," said Dr.
r-cott, "in order to learn the status ol
tho affair. If horso meat Is being
packed in Chicago it ought to be under
regulation. There is great danger of
tho packers using diseased horses. H
can only bo stopped by vigorous inspec
tion," Thk St. Louis Globe-Democrat says:
Tho recent victories of the insurgents
give tho Cuban situation a new Inter
est to the people of the United Slates.
There is no longer any doubt that tho
insurgent cause Is steodlly growing
fctronger. It is easy to discern that the
Spaniards nre losing ground and losing
heart If Cuba is to cut loose from
Spain it must bo annexed to the United
States. That is the feellug of tills
country. A few more successes by tho
insurgents will make Cuban recogni
tion, and ultimately Cuban annexation,
practical questions in the United
Onb of tho wonderful inventions con
nected with the telegraph and tele
phone is that of un Illinois genius, who
is said to have perfected and invented
an electric camera, which can be at
tached to any electric circuit such
as telegraph or telephone and which
will reproduce images of persons
speaking or communicating with each
other, thus enabling parents to see
their children, friends to see friends,
oven though a continent intervenes.
So perfect is the action of this electric
camera, it is said, that every move
ment Red even changes in facial ex
pression areja)th(ulh !"2a
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
Glcaaod By Tolojrraph and HaiU
runsoxAij and political.
Ttir. extension of tho classified civil
service to practically tho entire force
of tho agricultural department has
been formally announced in n circular
Jssucd by Secretary Morton.
At tho populist rally at Guthrie.
Ok., recently resolutions were adopted
suggesting .1. S. Coxey, of common
wepl army fame, for president.
Ex-Associate .Iustick Stiiono, of tho
United States supremo court, d'ed nt
Lake Mlnncwaska, New York, on tha
llith from catarrh of tho stomach, aged
LhovAnn W. Voi.ic, the eminent sculp
tor, died in Chicago on the 10th.
Thk non-pnrtlsnn California silver
convention, called by tho American 111
metallic league, met nt San Francisco
an the 10th. The object was to sound
California on tho silver question. Tho
convention was to continue in session
Thk following state ticket was nom
inated by tho Ohio democrats on tho
21st: For governor, ex-Gov. Jnmcs II
Campbell; for lleutcnant-goernor,
John 1L l'casley, of Cincinnati; for su
preme court judges, W. T. Mooncy and
W. 11. Shober; for attorncv-general.
George A. Fairbanks, of Columbus. The
free sllvcrites were beaten, ono of tho
resolutions reaffirming a portion of tho
seventh plank of the platform of tho
last national democratic convention,
about the dollar unit of coinage of
both metals being of equal and inter
changeable value and that paper cur
rency be kept at par.
Pkksidkn't Ci.i:vhi.AM. on the Slst,
issued an order extending the civil
service rules to Include all printers
and pressmen iu the executive depart
ments. Ex-Gov. Moitnis was found uncon
scious in his office at New Haven,
Conn., on the morning of UicS2d from
what the phvslelans pronounced verti
go. He never rallied nor recovered
consciousness and -died in the after
noon. Tin: acting secretary ofMate, Mr.
Adee, has received Information from
Ambassador Eustls at l'arls that the
evidence in the court martial of ex
Consul Waller at Tamatavo was ex
pected to reach l'arls soon and nlso
that permission had bcon accorded Mr.
Eustls to visit the prisoner.
SncKETAiev Moiiton has sold the en
tire government sugar plant at Medi
cine Lodge, Kan., and the cxperl
mental apparatus nt Sterling, Kan.,
to Louisiana parties, who will rcinova
the machinery to that state.
Joe Patched won the great match
race against John It. Gentry in straight
hents at Chicago on tho 22d. The wind
was strong, so that a sensational time
performance 'was out -of tho question.
The three heats were covered in 2:0,,
"i.Olli, 2:(if. The purse was for S3.000.
Titn convention of tho National
Keetey league at Harrisburg, l'a., on
the 22d adopted iresolutions providing
for a committee to consider and roport
to the .next convention on the ndvlsa
billty of erecting a Keeley homo for
old and indigent Keeley graduates.
Col. -A. J. .Smith, -of .Leaven worth, Kun.,
was reelected president and E. A.
Trnder, .of Leavenworth, put on the
executive board. The woman's auxil
iary voted to change its name to tho
National Woman's Keeley auxiliary.
Mrs. I. N. Ives, of Itloomlngton, Ill.,i
was olected president nnd Mrs. Corne
lius, of Topekn, Kan., was chosen a
racmber-of the. executive board,
Thk warehouses of theiUnion steam
boat dock at Milwaukee caught firo
and spread to the Anchor .Lino Stenm
hhip Co. and the freight sheds of tho
Wisconsin -Central railroad. All wero
destroyed, together with several other
places and about forty or fifty freight
cars. The loss will bo between S400,
000 and S500.O00.
At the joint convention of the
National J'eaco union and the Con
necticut Peace union at Mystic, Conn.,
there were 5,000 delegates presont on
the 21st. Papers on appropriate sub
jects were read by distinguished per
sons working in the cause.
Till: steamers Seaford and Lyon col
lided in the English channel and the
former was sunk. All on board tho
Seaford, including over 100 American
trn cling from Paris to London, wera
saved by the Lyon. They lost all
their baggage. Tho Seaford was a
now- bout and cost S350.00Q.
Thk Coliseum, tho large building
lately erected at Chicago on the stto
where Buffalo Hill had his bhoiv dur
ing tho world's fair, collapsed on thu
Slst. A force of 200 men had been
working on the building night and
day, but as the accident happened dur
ing lunch hour, when all the men
were absent, nobody was hurt. Tho
building is a total wreck and the loss
will reach between 5100,000 uud SIM),
llv the capsizing of 'the small pleas
ure yacht Hung llrotheis on tho 20th
near Buffalo, N. V., seven men of tlu
fifteen on board wero drowned. A
strong wind was blowing, and as she
entered the hurbor a heavy sea swept
over her, completely engulfing the boat
and all on board. The tug Maythein
rescued the saved.
At the non-partisan silver conven
tlon nt San Francisco on the 20th therl
were 647 delegates. A committee waf
appointed to organize bimetallic
leagues throughout California.
Manv farmers in South Dakota thai
had grain furnished to them for seed
by their counties have completed their
threshing and were reported as having
left for parts unknown without paying
for tho seed. Printed lists of the de
linquents were being secured and they
mav be arrested if found'.'1
JUDOK IIikkkk. at Perry, Ulc, on
the 10th dissolved tho injunction re
straining the county treasurer from
collecting taxes on town lots before
the townslte board received tho patent
for the townslte. He holds that taxes
can be collected on town property after
ithe townslte board made application
ito prove up on the townslte.
A man named Hall was driving n!
tvngon loaded with nltro-glyccrlno to
the magazine on the top of Itully Hill,
jjtsldo tho elty limits of Franklin,
Pa., on the 22d, and wns within 150 feet
if tho building when the stuff ex
ploded. Tho wagon and horses wero
blown to atoms nnd not n cstlgo of
Hall's remains were to bo found. Tho
thoclc was so groat in Franklin that
windows wero blown out nnd n num
bcr of chimneys were knocked down.
McPhkk t McOinxity'b five-story
planing mill nt Denver, Col., was com
pletely destroyed by lire on the 22d.
Lewis Swift, aslronomcrat tho Echo
mountain observatory in California,
recently discovered a now comet in th
At Wushlngton Miss Nellie C. Rhode
made a blcyclo record of 10 miles in 3J
minutes and 15 seconds.
Thk Grnnd Rockland hotel at Con
gers, N. Y., was destroyed with all lti
contents on the 22d. Somo of .the
guests lost nil their clothing nnd left
for town wrapped in blankets. The
owner of the hotel said his loss would
bo 810,000 over tho insurance. The
building cost 05,000 and tho furniture
Thk American mission near Foe
Chow, China, was attacked by a largo
and infuriated mob, armed with vari
ous weapons. The chapel and school
were wrecked and four native teacher?
fatally wounded, while the foreign
teachers escaped. There was a strong
Anti-foreign feeling in Foo Chow, and
the populace paraded with cries oi
"Drive out the foreign devils."
Fohest fires were raging in the vicln
ty of Dead wood, S. I).
Tin: steam schooner Excelsior, which
irrlved at Seattle, Wash., from Alaska,
brought the news of the wreck of tho
icnling schooner Walter Earlc, of Vic
toria, which was capsized April 12,
vith tho loss of every man on board,
ncludiug Capt. Magnescn and a. crew
t seven white men and eleven Indians,
iho was found bottom up und tho Iu'
Hans wero in the forecastle.
Thk London Standard stated that
nany Americans who W'creonvtho Sea
ford, which was sunk by the steamer
Lyon in the English cliaanel, had
.-ailed at the United States -embassy in
London for assistance und advice, hav
ing lost everything except the clothes
they had on. One lady lost nearly S10,
500. All of them highly praised tho
conduct of the captain and crew of tho
A I'KitKMPTonr demand, it -was said,
would soon be made by tbe United
States upon France for the Telcaso of
ex-Consul John Waller and that satis
factory indemnity would be required
for his arrest and imprisonment. wiU
a probable request for a commission ta
determine Waller's rights in Mada
At New Richmond, O., on the after
noon of tho 21st, a mob took Noah
Andcrsou, colored, from the jail and
hnnged him for the 'murder of Frank
lin Friedman, nearly SO years old and
president of the First national bank of
that plucc. The victim confessed his
Thk National Tobacco Workers'
union has announced that, in accord
ance with a decision of a recent meet
ing at SU Louis, it would boycott every
brand of tobacco produced by the
American Tobacco Co., and that tho
American Federation of Labor would
probably also indorse thu boycott, and
an nppeal be made to-every tobacco
user to follow their example.
A I'UKXACE in tho Edgar Thompson
rteel works nt lllcsscmcr, near Hrad
3ock, Pa., exploded on tho 20th, kill
ing six men and badly burning eight
Mhcrs, two of whom died vw hlle being
taken to the hospital.
M. C. MKimiui,, ycrilmnstcr for tho
Chicago, Burlington. & Quincy railway
t Chicago, killed himself on tho 20th
because of a court injunction restrain
ing him from getting married. A
woman claiming to be his wife asked
that he bo enjoined fiom marrying a
girl with whom he was infatuated.
Tin: Trade and Labor assembly and
the Labor congress at Chicago have
each arranged iw a parade .on Labor
day, but so serious has the :feeling
grown between ithe two factions thnt
Chief of Police liadenoch has insisted
on laying out the lino of march to bo
followed by the two hostile .camps to
keep them from a collision-
Eaktiiquakk shocks were recently
felt round Maysrille and Flemings
Nkaii Ctcur d'Alcne four carpenters,
while endeavoring to extinguish a lira
on a burning bridge on tho Northern
Pacific railroad, had their retreat cut
off and they had to jump into a ohabin
13C feet deep and wero dashed to
Thk fast express, known as th
"flyer" on tho Chicago & West Michl
garr railroad, was held up on the nigh
of tho 20th near Grand Ilapids, Mich.
Hand its blew open tho safe and fount'
It empty and then robbed the train of
ficlnlho'f small amounts.
Johk W. IIaudin. tho terror of the
border at El Paso, Tex., made a threat
against a soh of Constable Sellman.
Soon after the constable entered a
saloon, when Hardin, who was inside,
made amotion to draw his revolver
and tho constable sent a bullet through
the terror's brain. Hardin had in hi
lifetime killed nine men.
A Jioroit boat on the river Elbe, neor
Hamburg, sank and seventeen people
Hecext advices from Moosh said that
the Turkish officials had driven tho
Christians out of their houses in all the
country between Sassoun and Moosh
and the victims were starving.
A Chicaqo newspaper recently pub
lished Interviews with national com
mitteemen of both the republican and
democratic parties, which indicated
that each were in favor of a short pres
idential campaign in 1800.
A couriki! reported that everybody
was killed at Jacksoa'u Hole, Wya, by
the redskins and the excitement was
Intense In the towns in the vicinity.
Every home and cabin of the settlers
had been burned and it was thought
the Indians would continue their work
all down the Teton river valley in
Lkoxaro W, Volk. the eminent
culptor, died in Chicago on the lVth.
Government Will Food tho IndianB
Oklnliumn' AiiiiroprUtlon Cut Down
S3(io,(M)l).-(liij, You.ic niiit llmitl-
miiiio ,Irniil Mc-tt'iin will lie
hint to Iti-forni Siluml.
Washington, Aug. V2. The comuds'
sloner of Indian affairs will recom
mend In his annual report that, prac
tically, all appropriations for subsist
ence of the Indians be cut oft. Con
gress now appropriates about $1,000,000
for this purpose, but he will recom
mend that a much less sum be appro
priated, to bo used In esses where It
Is really needed, and under tho control
of the commissioner.
The' recommenjlatlon,--!! carried out,
will revolutionize the wfioh? Indian
question. At present about ?S0O,Q0O Is
expended nnnunllv In frecllnir Indians.
with the result. In IhcTbfilnion of the
commissioner, of dolnRjmore harm than
rood, because It encourages Idleness -on
the part of the Indiana and removes
them that much farther from the point
of civilization, where thcycoiild main
tain themselves. The plan Is to have
funds provided to expend on poor In
dians nnd the sick, nnd compel the
healthy bucks to work for a living. This
can be done with tribes with whom
treaty obligations do not compel tho
Bovernruent to furnish them a certain
amount of provisions. It Is vby no
means certain that the rdcommendn
tlon will be followed by congress, for
appropriations of this sort are urged
by contractors, who arc after the mon
ey, and when the committee on Indian
affairs takes up the matter tho mem
bers are constantly urged to make the
usual allowances for the tribes who
have been supplied with rations.
The recommendation of tho commiss
ioner will cut down the funds for Ok
lahoma Indians for rations about JCOO,
000. tho ni:iaitAVi:i) "sv.w wiijibk."
Guy Ymin (ilrl .Mny Iih ft-nt to u Itcfnrm
Guthrie, O. T.,"'Aug. -22 Deputy Uni
ted States Marshals M. Zuckermnn,
V. M. Canton; J, S. Burke, M. A. Knm
sey, nnd Gant Owens, came down from
the north last night with a batch of
federal sinners and save them lodging
In the federal Inn.
Conspicuous among them was Mrs.
Jennie Mcdkln. alias Jennie Stevens,
and Miss Annie McDonlet, her partner
and chum, who gained quite a newspa
per notoriety some time ngo by mas
querading In male attire, and maraud
ing through the country with members
of tho Dalton gang and other outlaws,
She gave bond for her appearance soln
after her In carceratlon here. But she
went Immediately batJU to the Osage
country and went nt her old business
of selling whiskey to the Indians, only
to bo captured and returned to her
first love or JalL The department of
justice Is puzzled to Trnow what to do
with her, nnd arrangements are being
made to send her to the rerorm school
which will likely be done.
WASTOUUIl ON WAI.AN.
In the .llurilrr lrll at sros He Contru
illitn IIU l'rluclpul Wltnriis.
Cross, O. T., Aug. 22, At an early
hour this morning a motley crowd fill
ed the halls of the district court room
eager fop the hour at hand of the clock
to mark 9. At that time the doors of
the court room wete thrown open and
the se;ond day of the Js'olan murder
At 10 a. nt., the territory rested Its
case and the defense ripened. Many
witnesses were examined during the
day, and the testimony elicited from
them was very conflicting. The last
witness on the stand was the defend
ant, Nolan himself. Nolan was per
fectly composed and gave his testimo
ny In a straightforward manner. On
cross-examination, however, he became
very .much excited and contradicted
his principal witness, Charlton. This
Is the strongest point so far made
against Nolan. At the conclusion of
Nolan's testimony the defense rested,
and the prosecution put four witnesses
on the stand In rebuttal. The rase wus
then closed. Counsel for both sides of
the case will make their arguments to
morrow, and the case will go to the
THK VIllbUNKlt A-Ki:i 1 YFAIT.
OlIU'Ci-H SIkiuIU llue tVur nut M. hen
Tlit-y Want to Arri-nt I'ruirrtorH.
Fort Sill, O. T.. Aug. 22 Special)
Last Saturday the sub-agent sent out
the Indian police to arrest and bring 1n
some men supposed to be prospecting.
A half-breed, part Mexican, named
Kossuth, who speaks English remarks
blywell, and acted as leader of the po
lice, found a man wanted for prospect
ing. The Mexican rode up to the man
and said: "I arrest you."
The man asked: "Have you a war
rant?" "No," was the answer.
"Well, upon what grounds do you
want to arrest me?" '
The Mexican answered, "On Co
"Well, that won't do," the party re
plied. So the Mexican told tho man to wait
while he went twelve miles for a "war
rant. "All right," said the supposed prlsw
ex. It is supposed that by this time the
man Is In Arizona, while Kossuth and
his police are looking for others.
Faiuv was once u beautiful woman.
IIkfkii once meant only to carry
CosFEnwasorlginally simply to carry
Xii.UL formerly meant a farm and
not a bouse.
Daisy was originally the eye of day
or day's eye.
Gihl formerly signified any young
person of cither bcx.
CoNCOn formerly meant to run with
or by the side of.
DUKE .pace meant onv leader.
ssszs .: i..- u .
nni:t vaii:uways 1'i.an.
ntrrnnttoml Orciinltut'oii will Soon llnM
Chicago, Aug. U Something like
10,000 Invitations to state?, provinces,
municipalities, Institutions of tearing
nnd organized bodies throughout tho
United States and Canada to attend
Its first annual convention at Cleve
land. O., Sept. 21 to 20, are being sent
out by the International Deep Water
way association In addition to the
above, formal Invitations are being
Kent to all state senators, members of
congresr, colleges and university presi
dents nnd to leidlng thinkers, econo
mists and engineers to attend the con
vention as honored guests and partici
pate In Its discussion?.
At the convention papers will be read
nnd discussed which In a comprehen
sive way will deal with topics tf In
terest pertinent to the association.
The president, O. A. Howard, of Tor
onto, will t-peak on "International
Comity and Co-operntton," and the
secretary's roport will review the "Pro
gress of the Deep Waterway Move
ment." Captain C, 8. Dunham of Chi
cago Is the treasurer of the associa
tion, and Frank A. Flower, West Su
perior, Wis., executive secretary,
CAItlll.NAI. (llllItONM iioui: AllAIN.
tin lllacnuror-i of 1'oue l.ro und Kefcr to
tlm Imrcli In I'mnro-
New York, Aug. SM. After nn ab
sence of fifteen week, Cardlnnl Gib
bons returned from Europe todny on
the Campania. When the boarding of
ficers reached tho Campania, Cardinal
Gibbons was seen on the upper deck
talking to Bishop Toley of Detroit,
ArchBlshop Itlordnn of San Francis
co nnd several other clergymen of
the party. When seen by a represen
tative of tho Associated Press Cardinal
"My visit to Rome has no special
significance, as It Is customary tor us
to visit the Holy Father every eight or
ten year, or perhaps, oftener. 1 had
several audiences with Pope Leo. The
Inst one on June 29. The Holy Father,
although a little more stooped, looked
better and stronger than when I saw
him last eabout eight years ago. His
faculties arc unimpaired and he Is
wonderfully bright. Ht takes n deep
Interest In America nnd fnquently ex
preseed his admiration for our politi
cal Institutions. He sent no special
message to America through me nor
presented any reason for doing eo at
the present time."
The cardlnnl said that ho enjoyed hla
trip very much nnd that he had felt
his health greatly benefitted by It. He
left Uome on July 2 and traveled by
slow stages through tho Tyrol, Bava
ria, "Wurtcmburp. Baden, Holland, Bel
glum, France, England and Ireland.
When asked ns to the standing of the
Catholic church In France, the cordln
alsald: "While I wns there, there was
some friction between the Catholic
clergy and the civil officials owing to
the levy of an extra tax on ecclesiasti
HANOI IN Nil,!. IIU N1IOT.
BcounilrcU Who C'oiniu.lti-it Murder nnfl
Oiitrucr will Tmtn Milrmi .! ilttre.
City of Mexico, Aug. 21. The three
bandits who at Station Alta Luz on the
Vera Qr'Jz railway assassinated Luis
Manda, the station agent, have been
caught by the authorities and identi
fied by the wife of the victim, who was
hprself barbernusly treated by the
gan. They will probably bo shot.
President Diaz anda, party of friends
went yesterday to the drainage works
and Informally opened the tunnel
which now carries water from the ca
nal connecting this city with the tun
nel trough which water flows to the
river which empties in the Gulf of
Mexico. Ceremonies to fittingly cele
brate the works of draining the vnlley
of Mexico will take place later In the
The Itomero-Veraategul case drag
ged somewhat today. Experts made
their reports, followed by the prosecu
ting attorney who addressed the Jury,
MAKI'.S THK CiOI.O MICN -OI.AU.
Tliey nre.Iulillniit In Cermxny Oirrn J no
tation from tlHlfour.
London, Aug. 2-L The Times' "Berlin
correspondent says: "Tho supporters
of the gold currency are Jubilant at tha
statement made by Hon. A. J. Balfour
first lord of the treasury in tbe house
of commons to the effect that the
English government would take no
steps looking toward an International
bimetallic conference. The National
Zeltung, the correspondent adds, says
that he has burst the soap hubble
which the German blmetalllsts blew
from the votes in the relchstag, and
the Prussian diet. Undoubtedly Mr.
Balfour's statements will put nn end
to the deliberations of tht federal gov
ernment on the question. Only noisy
agitators believe that notion Is possi
ble without English cooperation."
NOW OI.K JIIK I'll I H IN.
Derliiren He'll Arrft Evrry Motlirr l-on
of the Itnnlillloiil.u,
Kansas City, Aug. 21. Nearly one
hundred men, most of whom are labor
ers, today enrolled themeelves at the
headquarters of the Cuban revolution
ary recruiting station organized here
yesterday. Leaders of the movement
still show considerable elnthuslasm
over 'the project. It was given a set
back tonight however, when General
Joe Shelby, United States Marshal for
this district, made the declaration that
he would arrest any and every man
who is connected with the scheme. It
Is General Shelby's son, Orvllie, him
self a deputy, who Is at the head of
WIM, :a1C1I -1III-..U AFIKKWAKU.
Uumez, the Iiiurt;eiil, Condemned Certain
I'emoim to Urn Hi Proc-U minion.
Havan, Aug. 24. Maximo Gomez, the
Insurgent leader. It is said, has Issued
a proclamation sentencing a number
of well-known persons to death.
Lieutenant Kulz, at the head of a de
tachment of Spanish troops, it is an
nounced, has been engaged with an In
surgent band at Cayalyues In the Ite
medlos district of the province of Santa
Clara. Insurgents It appears, at differ
ent time, had attacked passenger trains
and had removed the rails. The insur
gents lost three killed and In addition
Lieutenant Kulz. Ruiz personally kill
ed the Insurgent chief, Andras Ferrer.
The rest of the Insut gents were dis
persed. The Insurgents, according to an ofll
clal announcement, have burned the
village of San Juan de lo Yearez, in the
Ilemedois district of the province of
TAKrS A IKII'KIUI, VIEW.
MlnUter Uullentle inlak I'rru and Holt
Tin will Kettle by Arbitration.
Washington, Aug. 24. Hon. James A.
McKenzle, United States minister to
Peru, who is here on a leave of ab
sence, takes a hopeful view of affairs
In Peru and says the prospects for
peace and prosperity In that country
are better now than they have been at
any period during the time of his stay.
He also expressed the belief that the
disturbed relatinnu now existing be
tween Peru and Bolivia will be settled
Sofia, Aug. 2. The editor of the
Svoboda has been imprisoned for three
years for publishing an article declar
ing that Prince Ferdinand was mor
ally responsible for the murder of Stani-tiuiorr.
TRAIN ROBBER HUNT
3n thoTrnil of tho Mon Who Hold
Up tho Union Pnolflo Trnln.
XCIXEER IDENTIFIES MAN CAPTURED
rw-o Iluniliril Men fo- i n Coritnn Aroiinil
tlio Huiiillln'Ih.-lr Upturn Sure--
Line of Durrmit'n I)i-feiie
I.ntf UniK nt Ncnii.
Omaha, Aug. 21 A special to the He
from Gothenburg, Neb., says: Dep
uty Sheriff Strahlc, arrested u suspic
ious character about thirty-three miles
northwest of this city Thursday at 1
o'clock, With a posse he followed the
trail of the robbers to ft farmhouse
about thlrty-tlve mUesr Abrthweat of
this place nnd at 'rt-pohlT about Hva
miles northwest Of Arnold they arrest'
ed George Ostrnnd as being connected
with the robbery. At this house was
found a large sized 38 Smith and "Wes
son revolver that had been Used lately
In searching his clothes Smith nnd Wes
son cartridges weie found In all his
pockets, Ostrand was brought to
Gothenburg and taken from here to
North Platte, where he was Identified
by the engineer ns tho man who held
A, special train containing a car of
houses and a second car of buggies
was run from Northe Platte to Brady
Island this morning nnd more than 200
men were sent Into the country north
or Brndy Island. Every effort is being
made to capture the robbers. De
tachments have been sent out from
Arnold, Candy, Droken Bow and Calla
way and it seems Impossible for the
robbers to escape. A Siberian blood;
hound was shipped by W. T. Kennelly
superintendent of the Omaha division,
to this point. The dog Is the property
of the Chicago, Mliwauke and St. Paul
rnllway, and Is valued at J2.C00. He
was taken to Brndey where he was
turned loose with a set of Texas blood
hounds. The dogs nre expected to lo
cate the bandits Inside of forty-eight
hours If last night's rain does not foil
link or DUitiiAM's iii:pi:nsu,
They will Object to llclnj Tried by the
1uIIihi or the Xeir.Mer.
San Francisco, Aug. 24. Tho prose
cution In the Durrant case Is In fresh
trouble over the business connections
of Juror Nathan Croker, who owns a
rock quarry nnd has been endeavoring
to Induce the board of supervisors to
use material for concrete work from
his quarry. Attorney Dickinson, of
Durrani's counsel, Is also attorney
lor tne mnjority in the board ot super
visors and the prosecution fears this
will detract from Crocker's usefulness
no a Juror.
Durrant will probably be a witness
In his own behalf, this determination
oelng reached on account of Mrs. Leak
claiming to have seen Durrant nnd
Blanche Lamont enter the church to
gether the day Blanche disappeared.
It Is believed that at least slxx persons
will corroborate Durrant's alibi state
ment. The defense will make a vlg
orous attack upon the police and seek
to show that they had treated Durrant
unfairly. Newspapermen's unreliabil
ity will be also alleged. No progress
was mode today In the court proceed
ings In the trial. The case will be re
sumed on Monday.
hi: VK.vrii,ATi:s vii.i-akivu jti:coitn
bninttir handcr Bt-iiutlnnnllze In the
Northern Tactile lterolinrablp Our.
Seattle, Wash., Aug. 24. Tho feature
of the morning's proceedings in the
Northern Pacific receivership cape was
,ar tiers went Into Ji- l.Is'ny tf V
lard's regime and made sensational
reference to men who had been con
nected with the road.
The uftcrnon argument was made
by Senator John H. Mitchell of Oregon
ex-Senator John B. Allen 'of Washing-'
ton both for the Farmers Loan and
Trust company and by J. D. Crowley
ot Tacoma. and ex-Senator John C.
Spooner of Wisconsin, both for the re-,
celvers. The arguments are expected
to close at noon tomorrow.
HULL L.AYIM! l'OIl HUNTINGTON.
Ainerlt-Hii HaK.Tuy Union Jnslnfd tll.it He
t an nnd Should bo I'unUlied,
San Francisco, Aug. 24. According
to the a. II. U, members and their
friends C. P. Huntington will be ar
rested should he come here. It Is con
tended that the charge against the
president of the Southern Pacific was
dismissed nt the Instance of United
States District Judge Bowen, when
It is held that Huntington could still
be arrested. A state railroad conven
tion soon to be held and big antl
railroad meetings are being arranged
all over the state. All the strength of
the reformers will bo concentrated on
electing an anti-railroad legislature
KIVKHS AUK HANK I'UI.I-
llravy llalna Interiors with Itnllroud Truf
fle In ArUoiia.
Denver, Aug. 24. A special to the
News from Phoenix, Ariz., says: Hea
vy rains have fallen south and south
west of hete Washouts are reported
on the Southern Pacific, und on the
Maricopa and Phoenix, One mile of
track was carried away last night five
miles south of Tempe, which delayed
the mall twenty-four hours. It also
rained hard between here and Pres
cott. Storms accompanied by unusual
lightning are reported northwest of
here. The Gila, Salt and Hassayama
rivers are bank full.
wan is to riitK hi'orifoiii).
Krporlrd Hint Fecrelar t'arlUle Iterom
mend the Old .Man' UUmUaal,
Washington, Aug. 24. It Is rumored
that Secretary Carlisle has forwarded
to President Cleveland the report of
the auditor In the case of Librarian
Spofford and recommending his dismis
sal 'rom the service. It Is not known
what action will be taken. If any, re
garding the alleged deficits In the ac
counts, Spofford is Cleveland's per
chicauo is rvuu or tiikm.
Knight Templara Arrirtuc and Departing
Again for Uonlon,.
Chicago, Aug. 24. Railway trains,
stations and hotels were crowded to
day with arriving and departing
Knight Templars, on their way to
lioston. A special train arrived from
the west at 10:'30 with the Oakland
Commandery, The members of which
continued their Journey to the east to
night. Several western and northwest
ern commauderles passed through this
TWO WO 41 UN AMONG THE LOT.
Salt Lake County Kenubllcant Muhe Nomi
nations for the LeicUlature.
Salt Lake. Utah, Aug. 24. The Salt
Lake county Republicans this morning
nominated five candidates for the state
senate and ten candidates for the
house of representatives. Among the
nominees are Mrs. Llllle It. Pardee for
the senate and Mrs. Kc, II. Wells for
the house of representatives.
CAI.DM IIM.'S IIOII.M.IN lOl'KKA.
foiuctlilns U to bo IJmio for It Next Tim
!! Cnmrs to Town.
Topaka, Aug. TL The movement in
favor of Judge Henry C. Caldwell of
the United States circuit court for
president In 1E9S on the Republican
ticket has been revived today, Judge
Catdwcll will visit Topeka next Tues
day on business connected with the
Santa Fe receivership. Ills visit Ii
likely to be made the occasion of a de
monstration by the free ellvor men
and the railroad employes In Topeka.
The Dally State Journal' publishes
a leading article nominating him for
the presidency. It says:
"On the question of money Judge
Caldwell stands squarely for ree coln
(tge of silver. In a recent Interview
sent to the Associated Press'from Den
ver this able Jurist said -it would be
lift 1a tost. Ihon a nn-lmi' ff tdn. norm If
of thls counlry pt!rmlttedvSvaJr street
t0 fftBtcn unon ;hl. natlon coI( Btarw
Judge Caldwell's position on labor
matters Is commended, and his famous.
Omaha decision In the Unon Paciflo
receivership Is Quoted.
F11!1DIK1 Kt.UKlH'SUlK IT.
Iisued lo III j Ai:li ndfit Kpltcopo
Vlinrill In Oliln.
Cleveland, Ohio, Aug. 24, An Impor
tant circular signed by every presiding
elder of the MethodlstEplscopalchurch
In Ohio has been sent to the members,
of that denomination throughout the
state. It calls for united action on the
part of all Methodists In an effort
to elect to the next legislature as many
members as possible who will fight the
saloons. The clrdul&r' states that
"special services will be called for by
the elders In this conference In every
Methodist church In Ohio."
AI.I.OWKD TO SK: lVAMXIl.
Ofllclnlly Announced tliut tho Itciinmt. of
KmtU Iih Hern tlntnteil.
Paris, Aug. H It la officially an
nounced that the French ""government
has granted the request of United:
States Ahbassador Eustls lb allow a
representative of the embassy to vlstt
John L. Waller In his prison under the
usual prison regulations. It Is stated,
however, that no further steps can be
taken until the papers In the case ar
rive. AOA1N8T Till
Mini nf lloiid will do Utilities
Out of Bhii I'riinrlnco,
San Jose. Cal Aug. 4. Articles ot
Incorporation of the San Jose and Al- -
vlso railroad were filed today and a u
Jiu.ouu guarantee deposited in the First
National bank of San Jose. The com
pany will build n broad guage railroad
from Alvlso to San Jose. From San
Francisco, a regular line of bay steam
ers will ply to Alvfao conveying freight
frm Orlklnd, Vllefo .Berkeley and "" .
other by polnts.lrt ' opposition to- the,.,,. 'i
.Southern Pacific "' '- "
Went tiunntiiE for the Manager.
San Francisco, Aug. 24. Andrew
Collins, a discharged Southern Pacific
laborer visited the general offices of
the railway this afternoon with the
avowed purpose of killing Superintend
ent Fillmore, who Is acting ,as,gcneral
manager. A railroad detective arrest
ed the crank, '
Is J'lmrireil Wlt.ti frornrletde,.
Minneapolis, Minn.. Aug. 24. Mrs.
Nora Perkins Is under arrest charged
with the murder of her sister, Mrs.
Louise Hawkins, the supposed motive
being the fact that Mrs. Hawkins had
J7.000 Insurance on her life. Mrs. Haw
kins died August 9 from burns received
by the overturning of a lamp near her
bed where she lay 1JL
Tarty or Tourists WrrcUed. '
Montreal, Quebec, Aug. ' 24. The
Richelieu and Ontario Navigation com
pany's steamer. Bonne Terre, with a
party of 300 Knights Templar nd
tourists on board sank Ip .Beauharnola
canal early this morning, having punch
cd a hole In the hull on the rocks in
Cedar rapids. The passengers wcr '
taken off without Injury,
THE MARKETS. '' "
Grain, Provisions, Uvo Stock, Eto
CliIrH-.-o tlm'n. .
Chicago. Aug. 3 "Wheat Xilgust, c.
September. 02V:C', May, Ctti4c. i
Corn August, 36'ic; September, 36'c:
October. S5s.c; May, 3,'He.
Oats August, 20c; September, 19,e bid:
May, 23c '
Park August, September and October.
Lard August, September and 'January.
Ulbz August and September, $3.60,
naii-m-i nr llni u
Kansas C'ty, Aug. 23. Wheat Opened
firm; closed weak, lqvter; No. 2 hard, SSft
Vil.. ..u. itu. wuui'jLi Jtrjcviru. uqioV-C
Corn Irregular; No. 2 mlx.ed, UffKVcr
No. 2 white. 23S333V.
Oats Steady: No. 2 mixed, 19ijacict
No. 2 white. E4fc23c.
Rye No. 2. 42V4C
Ilran Dull. KftCftc.
Hay-Firm; timothy, J9.S04311.00; prairie.
Butter Firm; creamery. HV.OlTc; dairy.
Dggs Very firm. 10c.
I.IVK MOCK .MAHKKT.
Chicago, Aug. 23. Hogs Receipts, Jg,.
000; market active; prices steady o 510
cents h'gher; liglu, )4.Ki9.(0; mixed. 14.30
Q I 90: heavy, M.13(rt.80: rough, JU5H.S5.-
Cattler-Kecelpts. 7.000; murktt slow ana?
weak: bulk, S3.1S(3 60; western, I2.!l0j)4.1i0.
Sheep Receipts, ,000; lambs, lower;
St. Louis. Aug. 23. CattleReceipts. 1.
900; shipments, 1,900; market active and
firm: export steers. li.10tfiS.60: dresn-l
beef and shipping steerc, U.0O4J6 00; bulk.
II.OOfH 00: stockers and feeders, 12.25&4 00.
Hogs Receipts, J.400i shipments, 2.900;
market S cents better; heavies, I4.40&4.75;
mixed, U 20&4.G0; light. H.W&t.SJ.
Sheep Rece'pts. 1.000; shipments, 700;
market dull and weak.
Kansas City. Aug. 23. Cattle Receipts.
8,D0u; shipments, 6,600; market slow; barely
steady; Texaa fleers, t2.Vif3M: beef
steers, St.00C.4G; stockers nnd feeders.
Hogs Receipts, B.7C0: shipments. l,200r
market strong to C cents higher; bulk or
sales, 11.40-fH.U: heavies. M.lHH.u; pack
ers. t4.2C34.G0; mixed. 4 00ri.U: lights.
S13J(H.60; yorktxs. 4.U)iil.60; pig. tlW&
Sheep Receipts, COO; shipments none;
The receipts of cattio were Ihrht and
market aotlve to the extent of the ofTer
lnes. RBPRESENTATIVJE SALKS.
No. ' Ave. Prtra.
15 feeders ,....,.,....:,,lia8 t 3 & q,
10 feeders .,..989 3 SO
lstocker , .-. 40 3
lstocker , ,,,,, 6M S3&
lcow .-.,.. 10W !(
lcalf ..' ,...., .& 3
1 milch cow,,, , . X W i
Rcelpts light: market S cents higher. n a
Jo, Dock Ave. Price.lNo. Dock Av. Prise.
C .... IU H SO 1 6 .... 1st H t