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tn PIHEWEST. y gobbed Two Oocbev . uia i Hit Db4 rfT.r WeeHe- fetsc te Mtcthr CtUItt HeldUpsYtt It Occur. Mar Indian Hittu, L. liienwd in Lank' lilt,, --.- , r just srrived m Dcurer LLt insts; lioia up te- L d.1 Landen the pest r 1:.,,, !,. fttn(TA from L,u irv '"' , cr.-r aud the driver. Kre .Unit seventy-five or ... llnalins. and r i:. ... i..;.nrptp alonz the between ana iu eiuv- mely place ot tue long canvass i ..,.1 vMrin? ft mumer r; iul auu sect tUt Concealed Lis face ly m to til eyes. isicjjeu siik sage-brush thai grew uy , W:....l...il..A" anil kit, ra.&eu " -'"- HI halt VI eourso mo ,i ,.ur1 Tim two ia- , .v, r, Lad time to conceal , I 1.1 . ....... r btU Bl(l TBIUHOIO L tiipi-ed his lino gold c;iu inside tuo leg oi He other passenger ' hills inside the top of tg, which was outside It left him with Vi in , . i . .r...i..u i,.i t H flio money lie bad on t He pleaded lor a low dot iLich to pay (or lit meals, but mam ami could noi auoru ka .lupeiato chances and give l::.; in sight. -r- nisrsiiBii ie Cti ti coolest and most dclib- fcntlat ever went unnung. ue tit be college bred cliap, for T polite, and used elegant lan- ie ranging tuo two passengers k,m going through their He UM tln-m lie would not .kr their heaiU if they be- kovire hk lamU. He was a ryis feet tall and mtlicr alim. taJ Ukeu bin collection Irora b aw tlieni cotiifortably iticnuwliaiid proeeednd to in- fcitiiliiiK-k. Tbia liocutorven, fclettern. iscnriHl olKiut $200, ro- ll Utters to the sack and the to tjo where it belonsred. U)U tli driver to po on, which tjsbe rlilyolteyed. Jn BlKJUt r wet tiie Lander atn'o on VjIUsIhh, and related tl) inei- at (iriK-r mid pawMMifreia. Jt iin n.'i'rn fine wutnun anu i Ttny tiitii'd of course the twUbe auniewliere else bv the pTs.T.t-d id tbephice nhero thfl btnsi-Si wax hold lip. In this tlicy m&b-u. lie us there, wui tins e. liw Kimc prornm was re ultiif bold liiirhnuvmun re lit liitrc.f itlxmt StWK), ineliuling 5aii!iatiie,l from the-mail (tuck. aw W aewiiniilices they did not (w,tat Indian from lender ffe Jaee if tlio roblwry and half way to Kawlina. ft probably resident of that iwliiited Btntea tmrmaater mm siona filMJUt tliat time, and pots!it the fidlow wan on the hwik- Fto. He wng troiii out to tmv Wm at Ft. Washnkie luit ha Va the preomtion to provide 'iui a utrouu' escort of colored viw vjti beiore eavinir 'J fxmr. blocked the came villi u,. . .... njuiwiv;i, m, m tiie ttro .fo, .,,,1 .), t'nii,! m'ls- .Vr. Mrl,tl .n. . a HlilUetttm J r- u mo nmtier. n thn v worn Hint jl, ,r Pimiiliisjoh. II u alaoKHj & r'"1' ri'ry 'inict and neither K. V'J" effort to capture til kkiIv on,,,t.l n -Meyewville, twelve or '8 fhrll.u A I - At... Um. , v 11, nucTO IUO r' i i,, ..... i .i .. . - "uj,e uorees, iub pec "'"Wjtfwn a triflinff mat 'Mr. M..r,all dd they were MiRrmd at Lander and f. i ; , if T 111. U . . Neb.. Jy The ' wm ahve with rumon. r.-sU-r.Uv .,. ct-rmnz rh,t whieh Kaid U, have ,.r ai me l-mttinry Jtlliu the forenwrn. The fclnrv i-iiiib 1.av .i not Uik ,4., , tU collar which i under the charge f , nmn uall)eJ Nddatid.irf; that the enVlcU did not ike L.m r,ry ,H. 1H.fa,lMJ Lb a them .,rk jmt nd-adily. There are thirteen nl.-n under him leM.-r,lay the f,,r,W(lI1 R, , whieh their didn't like, and, w.n a f,-w Ii.iuut.-i later, SehUndorf. l,a-k was turned, a p,ur of the convict jmid on Him iiiki i-j,'an to him vigorously. ''hev luiruuii on me nour ,....n..,,. u M-Ti-reir nnen a mm named Allwrt Mudm, foreman of the humesrt tiliup, rushed to big rescue and wus laid out himself. Three or four pmirds apiarcd on the tteeue. and the relMdlioim cotiviets were simiii in irua "liitf Frank, " from Onmlia, wua their lender. Kehluudorf. Miiilra omt thu RUiirda are pretty Imdly hruined, and the convieU were quite m verely lieateii. The iliKiibordiiiKte comieta wifl 1 kept in the hole a week on bread and water. Wnrden Hupkin, whilu adinittiu(; that there wan omet!iini; of a aerup, guys that even the aliove is exaggerated, and it u thu uiihlvst reort in circulation. LO VERY STUBBORN. So Slow In string- that the Indian CommUalonere are Becom ing Disheartened. IV Breeeh-lLttted Rand ef Old ll.mp KetariU Their ( amps Uheep if and Yelling. t'Ulllllicl had the and were Poculiv CM in i Caieige Court Erli put Fortfc la Gtt an Old 1n'$ Wealth. Tk fjladvlnn1 C(ildrn U4dlnx. IxiNwm, July 26. Yesterday was the (fold eli wedding day of Mr. and Mrs. Gladstone. The queen telegraphed a congratulatory meMsa'e to the distin- (rniahed couple, and the Prince and l'riucen of Wales and other members of the royal family sent letters to them. The Prince of Wales also sent a cold iiilihUud to Mr. (ibuKtone. A number of liberal Indies presented a portrait of uladstouu wttU Ins "tanilson, and a larsra number of other presents were received. There was an immense numlier of cull ers during the day, among them being Climbers of lilierul peers. The kin;r oi the lieliriani telegraphed congratulation, to (Hailstone. All the liberal clubs and associations in the kingdom and many unionist ladies sent addreses The callers included the sixnker of the hon-e ul commons, Iord Jlartiiigtou and all the leading liberal membera of l-arliament A large nmi- W-r of handsome and costly present were recmveit. Jnsli admirers sen an album symbolical of Gladstone's politi cal achievements. 'Ef-a U lih il. u-,, k,t 7 s -v U., July 25,-Major rmsmierofthe Grand Army tHI)llC and a mmnl.or nf thfl iww.,n, arrived here yester H "ill ksvft Rt. i-b t, "IfcU 1 tT -B VU national encampment to be ,, un nuiu lite urnuu "uu so nUead with iu encamp l treat tli .,l Mil, rTf!" Uia resiKvt ,,.:.1,.,, luc , 1. . .' if i I'm fin i.vt. v.," siieaking of the Grand add signifl rith the rail r i Bantu HUII ,U ... . , iwiM:ru imopio win B "J the refusal of the Wi i . Tibial raie 10 me en r-"i. no it .'u i i . Li . " oi uo a iiariimiin on Wli.r!l,y,?.,"n o' the west, where 'k c"m""ssion W " r J.1'6 oiHsniiiK of the In ' alllJor Warren aaif the re- r ynno is not aatiafactory nor i ;1,!11' that they have littlo ":uiinK oi llie Indiana i"k, to which agency the , " u n,w en route. General Jlliei,i.. i i f standi ii Itock hr lKat and Will I.'.. In. I inr fV 4IUrA It im At A AI.. .AM. (Ill " " K"IAI "'ll mevt 1,1. A ..--nm .MUIE U11I.I UUWWH. i anil i.i... i i ai.. I ,j u ..."'lT" "liwnenia in ""ting Hnll. Gall and John ICT1' aa.J to be at atrongly j.lu openinf of the reoerva- wars a iiaaa ... ft m rft. iM bald li lt Ij'l... nn thft Mated lAhta ftMirinAT AVID- ttTiU tatimplyaaothVrBt. Utw to crowd the IadiMtf Two Nalrd I Ulntft. WaanmoTox, July 25. Among the faprs I'resident Harrison has before bim, and uixin which he may tako ac tion while at Deer Park, is a atatcmeut from Secretary Blaine respecting the noted Will mid Ijuibra chums upon which the government of Mexico bus i ,1.1 i .i paid aeveral nuiinreu inonaunu iimuui under the judgment of the commission before whom the claims were tried. After Mexico bad paid a portion of trie SUM an anted, niruier punm-m tipled in the tim of Mr. Clevelunds ndministrutioii, and the matter taken it bv collgreiw upon the ph-u tliat llio les tuiioiiy iM-foi-e theebiimscommmsion was perjured and unreliable and the chums themselves nnjn-t and unfounded. A long invehtigatioii by the semitccommit tee on foreign relations followed resu t ing in n r.'H.rt just before the I'iftietli Congress adjourned, sustaining the plea and recoil) mending the passage of a lull to secure a retrial. The facts in the cae have been submitted to President Jlarrisou by Secretary Blame, .who aw.iibt instruction as to the di8sit mn of the money paid by the government of Mexico. The claimants have mode a demand for it under the judgment awarded by the commission, ine amount involved is nearly gTUO.OQQ. r.Or C hild OITrr-d a.rrlfle- July s). a cuou lemlo Messiah, who tlin neL'i'oes of Chkvrn-ne Kiver Agency, Dak., July -4.-llie council held its last meeting, and it was a very disheartening one from any standpoint. Considerable dif ficulty was experienced in getting the bauds together, but when they did come they wore all on horseback and advanced in line, singing their war aonga. White Swan had declared him self favorable to tho bill, but did not so express himself in the council. Little Bear and Swan spoke, saying they would not interfere with the signers, out wuen the fjwun band started to ML'u Hump elbowed them back, and, !ol owed by his band, formed a line be tore the men of Swan's baud. Hump mmiiy advanced and said: "I have been risking my life for 815 per month for the agent, but 1 am not going to do so any longer. I am not going to sign this bill." When signatures were invited and those who were not willing to sign given permission to retire, the entire breech clouted bund of Hump's camp, to the number of 121), went out whooping and jeuiiig anu returned to their camps. But one signature was obtained at that time. The commissioners were consid erably non-plussed by this action and concluded not to leave before they hold a council, and give the Indians a chance to hear the facts in detail. The police were sent out to call them in this morn ing, and the council was talked to by (ieneral Crook and Governor Foster in a good, hearty manner; that the first damago done bv the bostiles to those who had signed would lie taken from the rations of the offenders. This talk did more good in quieting the open hostility than anything else. Hump oame iuto the agent's oflice and surrendered his badge and uniform. The commission left for Standing Rock agency, on the steamer Missouri, which has been chartered for the pur pose. Matters here will be left in charge of Dr. McHesnev. one of the most thor ough-going and efficient agents in the service, assisted by an able corps D. F. Carlin and Or. W. Poussen, clerks at the agency. Major Bnnclall, of the United States army, has orders to remain here and assist the agent The Indians are to remain hero until the major is con vinced of tho uselessness of further ef forts. A tnWrnm received here from Crow Creek announces that White Ghost and his band have all signed the bill at that place. This encourages the commis sioners to renew their efforts. Tho to tal number of names is 265. Havaknah, U. aacrificed to a psou! i t .. .,rlSior mnoli Liberty county, has just neon iu a remote part of that county, lhe child was black. It throat had been cut and its ears were ''. craw crea - I ty iJ(1 Christ, who elltly of nreac had frvqin. ( 'II, aa mifii IPr 1.1 II' " liuiti,ii iuwruipi,- .."-; , Inline. Ijm .' ; .' 'J 1 congregation almost inractiy when he preaches. W;sTO,.July.7TI,c...teriS;iU commerce commission Us tl. that ot truus. im- bnuhns grain o.r the interior u'"" A IVciillnr 'o ol' l.lilglloii. Chicaoo, 111., July 25. A suit at law, -iti, r,,-,i,v necu hur ieaturcs, was ue the uractice amnller sums 'or IHirt between li.o . - between the same ,mUt ti f " lmvUM acision was fo-u do on He of the New v,.l Ventral rai road, against the yt,tl lv i-ractica- i..ii.iiin Rfivn, i . - -,. i. The decision says oking through lislieu soa- " e t ocean rates. Ti Ati-astio womua-a .... i -....,.niji! baa this taUieoicou- .- ...n,i thn Oracle Backgronndoflioman 1 .. win ui for August How ICon ..... i the (loldtislies, History, . ... li UCIIBTBUUUi From uenenmo" TTrXV.," "The Begum 'wo-. Um ftI1(l "A Poet of French Una m Political '' 'Uhe Conway, "The French .A11111",, ,!oV at J,e sure, Tho Tragic Muse, E "li.e 'Baclt-t appe-- ..M,..ionie de "Xlie jttc-v-i i - .. ..j,uame u 2S CBSlto-' Club," "Book, of tb Mf 'Vroni.e balloon went UP, ' M " J,. ,t Jackson. . telegrBinto Ho" w , ijfhUK. tot loot. many peculiar ieiuures, an uo- cided here by Judge AuicUcrtiocKCi. Colonel Walter T. Bahcock, a supposed 1 in August, 1887, at Gard ner, 111., from the effects of wounds re ceived under mysterious circumstances, which have never been cleared up. He was on a visit to Miss Sarah Dodge, a Gardner spinster. He left an estate valued at t00,(WO, and his sister, Mrs. Hattie A. Martin, secured letters of ad ministration thereon. Pending a settle ment of the estate, Mrs. Jiaomi 1 air child, aged fiO years, and broken in health, began suit to secure a share of the estate, claiming to be Colonel Lab cock's wi.iow. She set up that she was once considered a very beautiful woman, in fact she was a beautiful woman; in fact she was the belle of the whole coun tryside in Wisconsin. Colonel Babcock, l ie avers, fell in love with her as a s , ... 'i ,. (Vt 7. two davs before WlOOiv, uii'i " , m of 1H71. married her. . r i.t.Mi ..f dm nuirriage, circumsoiui:a ... - r- . related them, were very peculiar He took her, she avers, to a house on A ft bash avenue-tho where locahon t j he cannot lix-and there, at m dn ,H n.,, worn married, aiiih --v IC to( k her buck to her house and . 7n, wn as Mrs Fairchild until 0. the trial the I V W H. Burns testified that It lie I me mentioned, and under tho heconia nota ftrm On top otm OIIUIO HID -v -. -i..imiii,t's sister, that it was was married at night in xi'.i.ouli ttventie. stances described by mined to rid the eountry of the desper ate jiair. Averill and the woman Lave several times been ordered to emigrate or eea&e appropriating mavericks, but had disregarded all warnings. After her celebrated gambling bouse escape Mrs. Maxwell degenerated from & picturesque western character into a reckless prairie virago of loose morals aud lost most of her following, buteontiuued the partnership with the postmaster. Word was passed along the river and fifteen or twnntv men gathered at a desiated place and gal !oted to the call of Averill and Cattle Kate without nunecessiirv noise. The rustlers were at home aud a peep through a window disclosed the thieves and a boy iu their employ sitting beside a rude fire place smoking cigarettes. As half a dozen men rushed into the room, a Winchester was poked through each window and a command to throw up their hands given with umistaknble earnestness. The two sprang for their weaions but were quickly overpowered. A verill begged and w hined, protesting ins innocence. Kate cursed, tier ex- ' ecration of the lynchers was something j terrible in its way. She cursed every thing and everybody, challenging the Deity to harm her if he possessed the power. An attempt was made to gag her, but her struggling was so violent that this was abandoned. She called for her own horse to ride to the tree selfeted for a scaffold and vaulted to the animal's back from the ground, Averill did not resist and the boy, who had been told that he would not be harmed, followed. Either end of the roe was fastened about the necks of, the rustlers. The boy made a pass with a knife at tho man who was preparing Kate for hanging. He was knocked in sensible by a blow with tho but of a re volver. The lad was a nephew of the bandit queen. When preparations for the execution had been completed Averill and the woman were asked to speak. The man spoke only of his oflice, say ing that he did not wish a certain man to 1 bis successor. He was promised the influence of the party for another candidate. Kate made quite an ad dress. She wished the affair kept as quiet as possible, desiring that her mother be kept iu ignorance of her dis graceful career and tragic death. It was useless to deny that their herd hod been stolen from the ranchmen of that section, but if they did not wish to di vide it among themselves she would like to have it sold and the money given to a home for wayward girls. Kate kisseu her nephew good-bye and commenced to deliver a blasphemous linrnugue. The horses were led from under tho pair while Kate was still cursing. Both kicked in lively style for ten or fifteen , minutes. A few bullets were fired iuto , Avcrill's body and the lynchers rode T, . 1 . . , .'A . 1 A ...111 away, it is aouutiui n .in luquesv m be held and the executioners have no fear of being punished. The cattlemen , bavo been forced to this, and more hangings will follow unless there is less thieving. ' TWO CATTLE THIEVES SHOT. Kansas City, Mo., July 23. A spec ial from Albuquerque, N. M., says: Last Saturday three cattle and horse thieves, members of the notorious band of Mex icans who have committed many depre dations in this city, were captured by Deputy Sheriff Lowcns and posse and imprisoned iu a vacant bouse near Kelly, N. Y. Before capture, thethieves, three iu number, engaged the posse iu a battle, during ivhie.h their leader and Depnly Lowcns were shot dead. Last night a party of cowboys proceeded to the bouse where the two thieves were imprisoned, overpowered tho guard and hanged the prisoners after riddling their bodies with bullets. MUBDEUBD HIS CAPTOR. Kansas Citv, July 23. Special Po lice Officer Henry Call, janitor of the Benton school, arrested Lee White, a ni"T0 thief, this morning iu the act of carrying off stolen property. The ne gro drew a long dint kiiuo nui" pocket and thrust it twice up to the GENERAL HlWi tlTM.IAKT. The New Hampshire houee jadiciary the adrisabil- Six Toar Old Boy Murdered by T ?f reporting a bill abohahing capital iUUiou Hi t; la i m . By a falling elevator in the beef can ning worka at the stock yards in St Lonig John Bonan was fatally hurt Two other men were badly injured. A contract with the Union Iron worka of San Franciaco, for the conatrnction of a coat defense Teasel, was aigned by ! Secretary Tracy. The contract price ia $700,000. I Mrs. Lowry, of Salt Lake, attempted to light a fire with coal oiL An explo sion occurred, and the burning oil caused the death of herself and 13-year- " I oid daughter. Pfvdeb Neb"" Jnir' r-This town I '' General Grenfell, British commander inZ'ely excited Lt night over the in Egypt reports to the war office that news of the foul murder of the six-year- j fftfjf K old son of W. J. Benjamm, a armer - , - - The English syndicate has purchased TOOK HIS LIFE. Indiana la the Vicinity of Pendor, Neb. Mr. Parsees, tho She Aaarrfclst, Again Belw Co, Vlrerewly Tra-inr ltefe latiea aad Bleedtdied. Chairman jenet, tf tfct Greenback natienal Committea, Issues a Circular Ceneirnine, the Comina Convention. ing on the reservation, two miles nonu west of town, by a Winnebago Indian. The boy with his two brothers was auer five of the six breweries in Patterson, N. J., for the aggregate sum of $2,380,000. their cattle which were pastured near rM in. their home when a wagon coawm.u0 teregt in tue concerng. three Indians came up and one of the i Weilj,g livery gtable Nog. m red devils fired five or six shots at tue m m agt Eleveuth Btreeti New boys, one shot Hitting "" I yorki was burned with 125 horses, fifty lie waa iiDoio-'n - - The as sue left the was Tim IiilernaUoiml t'oHKreaa. Washington. July 24. The oppoint- ment of Mr. AV. E. Curtis, the well known author, and correspondent, to a position as an agent of the state depart ment in connection with the forthcom ing international Amorican congress, was made by Mr. Blaine because of the familiarity of Mr. Curtis with South American affairs. His duties will oc cupy throe or four months, and the nrst work dono will bo to prepare the way for the trip which is to be given to the delegates to the principal cities of the country. As soon as the congress or ganizes the members will be taken through tho country at the expense of the government of the United States. The trip WH extend from Boston to Omaha, and the programme contem plates a visit to all the commercial mnnllTfinr, I L' i;t.ni.if i.v.... Koto sensational story wh she who the house on under tho circnm 1)V Mrs. Fairchild. is u y . , ,, claimant ..bl. I.,MCl.l..S i """" COTE, Wyo., July 23-James Averill and the notorious cattle queen, KaL Maxwell, were lynched by the cow boys last night. The bodies of the Rustler" and the range queen dangled ,rom. ..master at Swoetwotor. Avenuiiaj, ,,,.; f ft Jlaxwoll was - leu appeareu iu u,u a it - .unrrV .1 . .Alii II I Ult I Itl T been the v'eh. jll(1ioe nKft,at years. On accom impossible the large oi ill 'rS,e ,, thfl rustlers to convict on tl m mm- m mA uis Uye become vey'H Id rciiiarkablerr wmlJ live in thieving i" aj ,ike hold her own ou the "'j. )ir0. r'i onw t ollh. uiotex- 3:5 Ajvjfijss&ia wf" r'ticcd vTowing the .toleo when lie war rolll,w wbi re- i ,..,tn nf fnU,l and other WHS vt liu.it ?,, a yuttu.,.,, .w. for 1 contents. Loss, 60,000. A special from Lima, O., says were is a movement on foot looking to the consolidation of all the natural gas com panies in the Ohio and Indiana field, and to put them iuto a trust. At Xeuia, Indiana, Jesse Overman shot and killed his sweetheart, Miss Maggie Smith, the daughter of a prom inent physician, and then suicided. Jealousy is said to be the cause. Jn bis report to the chief of engineers for work on improvements of the Missis-Bii-ini rivr. between the Des Moines and Illinois rivers, Capbiiu E. H. Biffner recommends an appropriation of $50,000. A privnte dispatch received at Pierre Bays 365 Indians have already signed at ni.Avennn niencv and still signing slowly, with the best of prospects that the necessary ttiree-tourtus win ue uau soon. A dispatch has been sent to the presi dent and the secretary of the treasury by the federation of labor of Maryland, emphatically protesting the appointment of Furlong as chief of the secret service bureau. Martin Burke's attorneys applied for a writ of habeas corpus for the prisoner, Mr. Perdue, in Waking the appeal, im- pip'tied the validity of the testiraouy allowed by Judge Bain. The writ was granted. A Monroe, La., special soys: After church last night at Trenton, two ne groes, Joe Cook and Sol Dorsey, en gaged in a scuffle. Becoming angry they both drew pistols and fired and both were killed. D. S. Mclntyre, of Illinois, formerly Bpecial examiner in the pension office, nod Geoice W. Carr. jr.. of Kansas, formerly principal examiner in the same oflice, are to be reinstated under rnoui fied civil service rule 10. James Kelly, colored, who made a criminal assault on Mrs. Peter Crow, wife of a section boss ou the Kentucky Central road, was taken from jail and banged to a bridge. Kelly had been fully identified by Mrs. Crow. S. S. Cartwright, a wealthy miser, who has resided in Topeka a great many years and is worth at least $250,000, died suddenly oi neart uisease. iio was living in a garret and no one was present at the time of his death. In the Virginia flooded district the waters have subsided and the farmers can now see where they stand. Many have lost all and will be compelled to ask charity. It is now known that eighteen persons lost their lives. In view of the possible visit of Presi dent Harrison to Boston the executive council has appointed a committee to make arrangements for a fitting recep tion. It is not definitely knowu when the presidential party may be expected. Deputy Sheriff Warren Moore was shot and killed at Wallace, N. M., by Joseph Chacha. The latter was a small pox attendant and was ordered to leave town, whereupon he fired three shots iuto a crowd of citizens, wounding one man. The whaling steamer Franklin ar rived with twenty-five of the crew and passengers of the steamer Lorenzo D. Balor, from Point Antonio, Jamaica, burned at sen July 15. Two of the crew were drowned. Among the passengers is John Dillon, of Iowa. The latest reports from the Isthmus of Panama, which have arrived at the state department, show it is very quiet there. It : 1 1 .1 : . nf nJ,1i'nn tt liar nrtnilTa. luellU J.uo iti;vi . V; II 111. ueairuuo ui nuumf; pvi-u.i Curtis left for New commerce is lanS"ls,1,m& """i; "! Hon, furnished 3,000 of the, canal work- morn ll n I t , . ituu - . -. by his brothers. His mother, who I,nrr at a nnicblior's. was sent but before she arrived the boy became unconscious. Dr. Stout, of Pender, was summoned, but he arrived too late, the boy having died. The sheriff and every citizen who could secure a horse or a wagon went in pursuit of tlie In dians. The feeling against them is in tense. It is thought that tho Indians are from Wisconsin, being on a visit to the branch of the tribe situated on tlie reservation in the northern port of Thurston county. The coroner s piry called to investigate the murder of the boy have returned a verdict that the de- ceased came to ins ueaui ..j ",rf r' fired by an unknown Indian. Ihree In dians are now under arrest. Great ex citement prevails and lynching is freely talked of. IIp. Pron . Chicago, 111., July .-The one hun . ... : ..ftl.A storming oi dredtu anniveiomj - - ----the Bastile was celebrated by the so cialistic and anarchistic socie ties m this 1 city yesterday. It was a jubilee day for ' the anarchists. Mrs. Lucy Parsons, widow of the noted anarchist made an incendiary speech that waalondlyw 'plauded. She said the fall of the Bas ' lile, while a blow to tyranny did no destroy economic slavery. 1 here must be another revolution, a revoAu against the "bastile of labor. lue people will rise np and storm . and cap I tare those "bastiles;" they will bear out the heads of these devils, these capital lK the top of Pike staves , LAp- S htWrifle 'd gating n ntrae and the prison. You must stUbCe rift and Sin-ffi destroy the gallows and ons You must not march in the street tion I say you men are brave enough to riMe anu put "own the tyrants! lhe revo utio. comes! Tho red flag waves! ti!o Wile" falls! The common peo- j-'1 . i ,i iri.rt iicinrv re- trmmpnann j The crowd cneereu it" rile are peats itself! the well pea.s i . - - . Mrg- Pftr Hoarse ai u.o '" ''" -,,,, the sons veTmenVexpressed by Mrs. Parsons. ( halrman Jone' I.elter. Washington, July 29.-Cbairman Jones, of the greenback national com- 1 mittee, has issued a circular letter m : !.. unva- "Iii reply to many in- hilt into his captor a ureas. i I " . . , oWbitionists, attempted to escape, out was --- . (nf;VPSOf other sen- r. ... i-r, iM,nnl in be nassiu2. : frn-r stsand reireseiit,atives ot ouierseu IIV 1111 IJIUKjX "liu I ' I " f " O Call is mortally wounded. tiracntal or semi-political orgauizu-. i, liv tlm eominsr sreenback con vention on the question they represent I desire to say with due respect to all who honestly advocate such doctrines, that it is the unanimous opinion among the rt tional greenuiuM, - -t at Cincinnati September 1, fonnneito declarations of principles to ,i !, ,,;,. ot true American E " n,; ,,,- the entire peo X opposton to the dangerous ple.'i " f n solid north and seciioiiiii'Biu i , ,, a solid south; to the payment of the Public debts according to original con YImc , .m.,v which they were issued; to money, land, transportation, trusts, r : " immi.l lis on and mak- uoarus u. ia..w ; ,i. in" prices tor American inu ii,.-v, English control over the volume of our monev: English capital manufacturing ami miuiui' '"s -r ..w.li,,r the products ot American those points, expeceu ... . - -"rto oUler questions as the material interests and welfare American people and free govern- le letter tnen says, ituo ua cities visited win co-oi;ei...n department in entertaining the visitors, ' effect I and that allpossMe help will be afforded i of the . . .i . i.inn it lll(H'l- ....rmtV,n,l Mr. York to-night, where his headquarters I l,n nf t 1A 1 1 111 AVeUUH UUH:.. HeltZorKeenback principles stiniu- uuu ui nw fo"--. - ;. : " . the board of trade and other late business and increaen.e I. ' " i,.l bodies in the cities to be . of the labonn visited, and will prepare a unci lor tue American delegates, giving an outline of tho topics which will be discussed at the meetings WMblnglon ConMlliUloiiBl oiiTen tlon. Olympia, Wash., July 23. -In tho con vention a petition was presented irora teachers, asking for the educational test for voters. The report of the commit tee ou county and municipal govern ments provides that no new county shall be created with less than 20,000 inhabi tants, nor shall existing counties be V i' i ., 1hva less than 4.000 in the old counties, the debts to bo divided 1 rata. All municipalities shall be classes and of the mer chant and manufacturer. I'Li,,,! Vv rreneral laws, except iu the of cities of more than 35,000, which charter for tliemjtnis to " i t il ri.. ..-!, ,,1,1, .ik to frame a can eiecr, 1. " i.mil n vote of the people, and if ratified to become law. The power to impose taxes upon counties, towns or municipalities r local purposes, is vested hfobitely in the local auiiioriuun, o-islature. An effort was. made to get Tote on the report favoring prolr In 'ton, but was postponed until Monday. It ieoniB that it has no chance of pass- iug id any siiape. ti Fwftrd E. Rankin, one of the tart known fLfP the eountry, died at Newarlt M ln failare at the age of aeteBty. (vnmiaf th rah. Washintton, July 29. -The count of the cash and securities in the United States treasury, incident to the transfer of the office from Hyatt to Houston, the present incumbent, has been com pleted. There is $700,000,000. A short age of $8 was found in the new silver vault, where $85,000,000 in silver dollars are stored, and a deficit of $15in the old silver vault containing $45,000,uw. Both shortages were immediately made "ood by tho persons responsible for tlie safo keeping of tho money. It is be lieved this money was lost during the recent flooding of the vault The Spirit ofU Iaw Violated. WAsnntOTON, July 25. Civil Service. flnmmissionor Boosevclt says that charges have been brought against both the pension office and the sixth auditor's office that men had been discharged be cause they were democrats. He was not prepared to say this was a violation of law, but individually he was firmly of the opinion it was in violation of the pirit of the law. He thought that no one, unless he happened to be an miito partisan, should be dismissed from the public serv ice. flesaJdhewgonfto look the matter up, not only as relating to the present, but the past men, thrown out of employment, trans portation to her ports. , The visible supply of grain according to Chicago board of trade report is as follows: Wheat, 12,105,000 bushels, de crease 516,000; corn, 7,901,000 bushels, decrease 953,000; oats, 4,668,000, de crease 401,000; rye, 821,000, increase 14,000; barley, 377,000, no change. Stephen W. Dorsey was taken into custody in New York on an order of ar rest issued by Judge O'Brien in the supreme court for contempt of court in neglecting to put in an appearance at tho supplementary proceedings of judg ment against him by the Nevada bank. The assistant general manager of the Manitoba railroad has comploted a thorough personal examination of the wheat crop along the lines of the Mani toba system, and predicts that the coun try tributary to his lines will furnish for shipment at least 32,000,000 bushels of wheat. A letter received by Governor Ames, of Massachusetts, explains as far as pos sible the contemplated visit of the pres ident to the east. President Harrison will probably leave Washington for Bar Harbor August 6 or 7 and will probably remain a day and night in Boston. If there should be any reception there Hit suggested that it be of as general a character as possible,; under the auspices) of the authorities. . It is not known whether Mrs. Harrison will accompany the president ;- 1 I 'i n.f 1 .1 A I 1 1) 5 i I it Sit " 4 ;i ! J r I i v V j f.