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The seniors of the Minnesota stale university will have a bust of Dr. Fol well made as a memorial. It is announced that Judge Brewer, of Kansas, will deliver the oration at the commencement exercises of the Yale law school next Jane. The government engineer at Sandy Hook tested a new thirty-foot rifled gun Tuesday. Shells were thrown fifteen miles out to sea. Ice boating is now the popular sport on Lake Pepin. Many excellent speed records are made some averaging as high as a mile a minute. At Hillsboro, Ohio, the mammoth chair factory of C. H. Boulware & Bro. was entirely destroyed by fire. Loss $20,000; no insurance. There is an epidemic of diphtheria at Bye, Colo. Five deaths were reported last week, and reports state that the disease is spreading rapidly. At Columbus, Ga., Mrs. William Copeland left her three children locked in the boose while she went out. A fire occurred and her 7-year-old son was burned to death. 3 A six-day go-as-you-please contest be gan at the Natatorium, at St. Lonis, Tuesday. Eleven men started, and all of them have records of over 500 miles in a six-day match. Winfield Scott Hancock Doran, who was known ail over the conntry as the “baby smoker,” died Monday. He was A little over four years old and had smoked since 8 months old. The war ship Seahorse has left Ports mouth with a largo quantity of seed potatoes for distribution in the famine threatened districts of Western Ireland. Two more vessels will speedily follow with similar cargoes. The 400 studeuts who volunteered for the Portuguese service in East Africa have started from Lisbon. They will be employed to protect Portuguese Manica land, and are quite likely to get all the fighting they want. The president has transmitted to the senate a communication from the secre tary of the interior in regard to the dis position of timber on certain Chippewa reservations in Wisconsin together with a bill to carry out his recommendations. Reports from India state that the gov ernment has virtually decided to defe, for the present any interference with Hindoo marriage customs, as the pro tests from all quarters indicate that such action might have dangerous re sults. The Standard expresses doubt as to to the advisability of Mr. Cham berimin'* scheme for the formatiau of a new party. The facts, it says, are daily tending to call into existence a national party composed of Unionists and Con servatives. Although it is now stated that the Bisseton Indians are not starving, it is admitted that their condition H strained. They have suffered a failure of crope,and as the winter deepens their condition will be a hard one unless they are relieved. A Munich dispatch states that the mad king. Otto, is growing worse. On Tuesday he made an assault on one of his attendants, nearly choking the man to death before he was interrupted. Effort* have been made to keep the matter secret. Mrs. Elisabeth Bennett died as an in sane patient in Mercy hospital, Daven port, and was buried at the expense of the county. Her husband. dead some years ago, was once mayor of Daven port. Her half brother lately gave |B,- 000 toward building a church at Dee Moines. Dispatches from India state that a large force of troops has been ordered to Upper Burmah, where there are signs of an approaching outbreak among the inhabitants. The discontent is due to the severity with which natives are punished on petty chargee by the Brit ish officials. EPIDEMIC OF HANGINGS. Voar at Missonis, Moat., Two at Colam bus—Many Scattering. Missoula, Mont., Dec. 19. — The great est hanging that ever took place in Mon tana occurred at 10:45 a. in., when Pierre Paul, Lataeee, Antley and Pas cal, the four Indian murderers were hung. They all died game. They took their places on the trap without tremb ling, and when the cape were being drawn over Antley and Pierre Paul’s faces, they both einiled. Pierre Paul and Pascal stated that they were guilty and were ready to die, and would die like men. The trap dropped at 10:45 precisely, and the necks of the four men were broken. In twenty minntee all the bodies were cut down. They will be buried on the Flathead reservation. Two Strung Up at Colombo*. Columbus, Ohio, Dec. 19.—Elmer Sharkey and Henry Popp were executed by hanging in the annex of the Ohio penitentiary shortly after midnight. Hanging Kieltement KllS«d tho Sheriff. Shkrbrookr, Qae., Deo. 19.—Sheriff Webb died suddenly or heart disease at 8:45 o’clock a. m. The excitement at tending the execution of Rerni La Mon tague was probably the cause. The death of the sheriff delayed the execu tion but a few moments and La Mon tague was hanged at 9:20 a. m. Confessed He tor* Ha Bwnng. Charleston, S. C., Dec. 20.—Adam Mongan, colored, was hanged at Mt. Pleasant, Berkley county, for the mur der of Simon Green, colored. He con fessed his crime on the gallows. Hs sang a hymn sad met his fate bravely. London, Dec. 83.— Mary Eleanor Wheeler, alias Mrs. Pearcey, was hanged for the mnrder cf Mrs. Phoebe Hogg and her infant child, Noiwith standing the report of the noted alienist, Dr. Forbes W inslow, to the effect that the woman was subject to epileptic fits, and might have killed Mrs. Hogg while in that condition, Home Secretary Matthews decided not to interfere with the course of justice. The hanging passed off without incident, the unhappy woman dying almost instantly. Ac cording to Euglish law she will be buried in the jail yard. HE SAW THE MEBBIAH. H« In • Plata Famed Qneetlse Ovr, and Portland, Ore., Dec. 23.— The well known Indian scout A. A. Chapman, has jnst returned here from Nevada, where he went in November for the purpose of interviewing the so-called Messiah. He first went to Walker's Lake, Nev., and talked with the Pintee, who told him the Messiah bad been re ceiving calls from all the tribes in the West. Chapman had an interview with the Messiah at the west fork of the Walker river, in Nevada. Chapman says the Messiah Gave His Niimit mi “Qaeetlse Ow." He is a full-blooded Piute. He spoke freely of his call to preach. His first experience with the Almighty was one afternoon while hunting. Hearing a noise be started to fiud its cause, when he was thrown to the ground by some unseen power. He was taken to heaven and there saw All the whites and Indians that bad lived and died upon the earth. He was subsequently brought to the same spot where he had fallen dead. God Told Him He Wanted Him (Queetize Ow) to undertake the mission of reforming the earth, and he set out at once to perform the mission. He taught the Indians that they should work and avoid fighting, except in self defense. Last summer the Indians told him that unless it rained soon the crops would fail. He told them to go home and in three days an abundance of rain fell. Queetize Ow got his ideas from a religious family with whom he lived. Chapman things Queetize only indirectly to blame for the Indian uprising, and that the doctrine imbued the Indians with more independent spirit to resist their wrongs. Pink Ridge Agency, 8. D., Dec. 24. The police have arrested the Messiah down in Red Cloud’s camp. When they pnlled the white blanket off they found an intelligent but harmless crank, A. C. Hopkins by name, from Nashua, lowa. SOLDIERS SURROUNDED. Tv* Companies la the Yellowstone He lton Hemmed In by Hostile*, Rapid City, 8. D., Dec. 2a.—A report ha* reached Gen. Miles via Missoula that two companies of soldiers in the Yellowstone region are surrounded north of Care Hills by 600 or 600 In dians and have sent couriers out with notification of danger to the settlers. Gen. Miles says there are Indians in that vicinity, but discredits the report that the troops are hemmed in. He has, however, ordered reinforcements sent. Gen. Brooke reports the arrival of friendly Indians at the Bad Lands camp and says the capture of Bitting Boll’s people and Big Foot’s forces will aid the efforts of the friendlies to bring in the hostile*. An Indian scout reports to Gen. Brooke that Short Bull’s followers are anxious to come in, but are withheld by the threats of Kicking Bear, one of Sitting Bull’s agents. The scout thinks however, that the friendlies will at last succeed snd bring in Short Bull’s fol lowers. MASSACRED BY INDIANS. Tbreo Whites Killed in Pratt County, A Pierre, S. D., Dec. 23.—Frank Pat terson, who has just arrived from Mid land, says that on the way in at Napo leon’s ranch he met a courier from the South, who reported three white men killed by Indiauß in Pratt county, on the 'White river. Parties arriving from Fort Bennett deny the report that all the hostile* have been captured by the military. They say that Big Foot had some 500 warriors, and that the latest reports were that these Indians, under Big Foot, Low Dog and Rain-in-ths Face, would fight Helena, Mont., Dec. 23.— The bodies of the four Indians who were hanged at Missoula on Friday last have been buried at St. Ignatius mission. The families and relatives of the dead men gathered in the nirht and began a weird ceremony, after the style of old Indian funeral rites. The crowd was dispersed by the Indian police. The wives of Laze and Pascale, two of the executed men, eahcd their heads and were preparing cut off the fingers of one hand when tWy were stopped. Archbishop* Appointed. New York, Dec. 24.—The Roms cor respondent of The Catholic News has cabled that Bishop Katzer, of Green Bay, Wis., has been appointed arch bishop of Milwaukee, to succeed the late Archbishop Heins; Bishop Bcannell, of Concordia, Kan., has been transferred to Omaha, to succeed the late Bishop O’Connor. St. Paul, Dec. 20.—The long talked of fight between Killen and Sheehy took place at the Jackson street rink, and was given to Killen on a foul in the sec ond round. The decision displeased some of Bheehy’s friends aud a free fight ensued, which was finally quelled by the notice. As Kagllah Hangiog. Mm 1b Nevada. And On* from lowa. Kicking Bear's Kick. D., on White River. Wlerd Indian Funeral*. Killen Won on n Foul. mm Meat Market. Meats,Fish, Poultry. Game Goods delivered free to any part of the city. Bargain Store. Lamps, Glassware, Notions. Paints. Wall Paper. Etc. KURIKO, a peerless blood purifier, and OLE-OID, an excellent liniment. CHRISTIAN HANSON. (Successor to O. Carlson.) 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