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Ceafte Official Organ of Oklahoma Democracy Offlco of Publication, Harrison Avonuo, GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1697. VOLUME 10. NUMBER 12-1 m w 4'$4&,Jt THE EAGLE DRUG STORE 00 UJ -J o 3 k,rsa -m.m&tt& -W'Srill -JBCfiKr nil n "-TT I. rVl nA.S -iir.. fr,.rf1r.,rsp- -exit" E--U "Vr'. -E-T - 3T rr"fc"-"Tl1Flj'l" ' " .. Everything In Our Line Harrison Avo. MONEY TO LOAN 03ST IP'JERTWCSS. 1 allow partial payments or payment of cntiro mortgage at any time aft one year with rebate of Interest from dato of same. Ilavo many olhor advan tages besides low rato of Interest which will be bcncQclal to you. It will pay you to call and soo mc Low rates on loans In connection with Llfo Insurance J. STUART MKAY, 10B SOUTH FIRST ST., - GUTHRIE, 0. T. K-t-M-Hi-H-1 !"I"H-1"I H-MH II' I 11 Pabst Brewing Co's Blue Ribbon, Select, Export, Pabst Malt Extract t The Best Tonic Pabst Ice Plant. Chemically pure distilled water, better than mineral water. The onlv healthy drinking water in hot weather. Sold at the factory at hve cents per gallon. Bring your jug along. ii Te,Cne 52. PAUL JUNDT, Mgr. jj i L H-M-H-M-M' I ! 1 1 I V 1 1 I I ! 1 I ! ! J. W. MoNKAL, Pbesidkht GUTHRIE NATIONAL BANK. CiDital. Surplus, Board of Director In Janet Stratton, Horace. Speed, First publlahed In the Dally Leader Sop tomberSS. 1897. Notice for Publication. Land office at Outhrle, O. T., Sep tember 87. 1897 , u . ., Notice Is hereby glvon that the follow-Ing-uainod settler has filed notice of his Intention to maUe tlnal proof lu support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the register and recolver at United States land oQico at Guthrie, O. T,. on Novomber 2, 1SU7, viz: William O. Uoldon, for tho seqro' sec 23,twp 15, r 1, w. tie names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of. said land, vlr: George Walker. Walter Halght. Wil liam Brown and Edward Johnson, all of Hprlngvale, O. T. 4257 A N J Orook Register Firm puhltshod in Ibe Dally 1897 Lead' September S3. Sotlft for Publication. Land otUce at Gnthrle, O. T.. Septem ber 22, 1897. Notice is hereby given that tb. follow log uamod settler has filed notice of his In tention to n.ahe final proof In support pf hl claim, and that said proof will be made bfore register and receiver U. 8 land office at Guthrie, O. T., on October 28. 1897. vli: ...... Cyrus T. Yager, for tho a hf e qr sec 1. twp 17, raw. lie names tho following witnesses to prove bis continuous residence upon and cultivation of. said land, vlr: John D. Blanchard, Joseph Board. Cyrus W. Yager and J. L. Mann, all of Guthrie, 0. T. , , . 1255 A. N. J. Cnoos. Berliter. $$-&'$ . 30 I and at Lowest Prices. j EDWARD NICHOLS, Prop. l"H - HH"H H-M n 'H-4-H-m-H-gi Celebrated Milwaukee Beer Is The Finest In The Land, dopplebraeu, Bavarian, Bohemian, J Not Intoxicating. For Convalescents, Ladies and Children. Beats anything else in the summer time. 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Issues an unequaled four-page comic weekly with each Sunday paper froo.' 11. Publishes pages of Interest and value to womankind. 12. Iu 10-cent Dress Pattorn Depart ment Is tho most popular feature over in troduced by a newspaper. Thousands pstronlzelt. The dally and Sunday St. Louis Bepub llc is W a year, 3 for six mdntht and Si 60 for three months. The Twice-a-Week Bepubllc Is ("1 a yenr104 papers, two each week. Y Dl NINE FOR CONVICTION, THREE FOR ACQUITTAL THE LONG TRIAL ENDED. Luetgert Mnket Stnteinont Concern ing the Uaio-Sitoti Ito Mil Nut Kill Ilia Wife nml Hoc, Not Itnotr "here Sho 1 Will lis Tried Again Will Alk to lie Jlolrateil on Unit. Chicago, Oct 22. The Luetgert Jury has disagreed nnd been dis charged. It stood nine for conviction and three for acquittal. The twelve men were divided as follows- For conviction nnd tho donth penalty. Helokhold, Boyd, Blbby. Ma honey, Behmlller, Hostner, Shaw, Franzen nnd Fowler; for acquittal, Hnrlev. IloliibSrd nnd Harbor. Last night Luetgert mndo the fol lowing statomunt under oath: "To tho Public Tho result of ny trinl Is a victory for mc becauso of the disagreement of tho Jury, but 1 nm very much disappointed nnd very much surprised thnt tho jury did nut bring in a verdict of not gulltv. "1 did not kill my wife, nnd do not know whoro she Is, but I nm sure thnt It is only a question of timo until hIio comes home. "I did not jjo vpon tho wltnoiw stnnil because my lnwyor. Judge Vln coiit, wns bitterly opposed to my do ing so, and W'iinsc- he ndvUed me it was not necessary. 1 nm grntoful tor the tremendous change In publio boh tiincnt In my favor, nnd time will demonstrate that I nm not only nn in nocent, but n very grievously wronged, mnn. Adoi.imi I LrirrnriiT." "Subscribed nnd sworn to before mo this Slst day of Octobor, A. 1)., 1807. F. M. Suu.iVAX, Notary Public." "Yes, sir, wo will try him ngnlu," said Suite's Attorney Dencon, whoit asked ns to probability of Luetgert being brought before tho court n sec ond tlmo. "When xve will get at him. however, Is something I cannot toll you now. We have had nine weeks of this, and I must have a couple of weeks' rest After that wo will look tho ground over and get our evidence together." Counsel for Luetgert gave State's Attorney Dencon, notice thnt thoy would to-day make formal nppllen lion before Judge Tuthlll for the ad mission of tho prisonor to ball. Judgo Tutthlll will be naked to fix tho amount of ball ut 15,000, but Luet gert will enter court prepared to fur nish bond for 880,000, If noeeskary. State's Attornoy Dencon wns not pro pared to say whothor or not he would rosist the application. It Is quite probable that some pro so cutions for perjury will result from tho Luetgert ensa Whllo the state's attorney refused to affirm or dony this, It is given on tlrst-olnss authority that tho testimony of two of tho principal witnessed for the dofensu will bo laid beforo tho grand jury for an investigation. U'lie two wltnossos against whom It is said indictments will bo naked are Willlnm Charles, Lnetgort's business partner, nnd Mary Slcmmcring, the domestic lu Luct gert's household MRS. SCHLEGEL TESTIFIES. Wlfo of tho Stan Who Kllleil Dr. Har der Tolli Her Story, Kansas Citv, Mo., Oct. 33. Grny. haired old men nnd benrdloss youths; women who had long passed tho fair and forty period, and even little girls scarcely beyond the prnttllug age, erowdod tho Criminal court room to the overflowing point yesterday. It had boon announced that Mrs, Schle gel would relate, down to the most minute, ropulslvo dotal!, the story of the nllcgod assault on her which had for Its dlruot outcomo tho tragic death of Dr. L. A. llerger und the present trlul of John Sahlegol for killing him Those lovers of the salacious wero somewhat disappointed. Mrs. Schltt gel's story was necessarily indelicate, but tho nauseating details that hnd bocu looked for wero nvoldod. With ono or two exceptions, Mrs. Sfchlegel told a couneoted nnd plausible story, which the state could not materially change on tho cross-examination. Mrs. Sohlogel was on the stand mt of tho day. She was constrained und plainly much embarrassed. Hor voice was so low that her nuswors eoulil scarcely be heard ton foot from where she sat. Never before In the history of tho Jackson county criminal court lias a oaso been fought so vigorously. The lawyers on both sides seem to apply every enorgy In tho contest for ad vantage and to jealously resist ovary aggroslve move of the opposition. Every few minutes the proceedings aro Interrupted by objections, where upon eounsel and court rotirc to settle the difference iu private. The law on admission of ovldence is coniultod constantly nnd construed variously. hopperTamjlytrou bles F.don M'sllacu Uoolde to Leave Her Huiband'S Opera Coin pan r. New York, Oct S3. Edna Wallace Hopper has finally decided to leave the "Bl Cupltan" company at as early a date as, under legal advice, she can do so, and will then begin proceed ing for separation from her husband. The attentions of Mr. Hopper to Alias Nellie Bergen, the prima donna of the company, have been a sourco of much misery to Mrs. Hopper and nearly re sulted last season in causing Mrs. Hon I per to withdraw from the company. CONDUCTORS DISCHARGED SftDtn l'o Mnkn WlintMnln Dllmlttnt of l)lil anil Tried Men Topbk v, Kan . Oct 52 Seven Santa Fe passenger conductors, soine of whom have been with the company for more than twenty years, were discharged last night. They are F. G. Gould, W. C. Darln? and Alex. Ferguson, who resldo in Kansas Clly, C 11. llraneh, of Kniporlai William Cope, of Newton; Daniel Murphy nnd J. M. Johnson of Denver. Branch, Gould, Denrttig and Ferguson wero in what Is known ns the Knsteru division; Cope was lu the Middle divis ion nnd Murphy and Johnson were In tho Wostom division. Three mora conductors, whose nnmea the company will not yet dlrulgo, will also be dis charged within the next sventy-two hours. The discharge is due to the discov ery by the company's detectives of the wholosnle carrying of u certain gang of persons without proper transporta tion. The three yet to go will be dis charged for the same reason. Fergu son Is the ouly one who was not let out for that cause. He was discharged on account of the Lftng wreck. DISEASE WIPED OUT. All Tuberoulniu Cattle at Miiiihnttnti MnlBlitnrt. Manhattan, Knn., Oct. 22. The lu vestlgntiou for tuberculosis in tho col lege bent wns continued yesterday, nine mom nnlmnls being slaughtered, nil of which uvrrnired .iiuoh ni Wed nesday's. .Some cases of yosterdny'i handling were particularly pro nounced, others merely typical. A calf hilled hnd failed to react on the tuberculin test, but post inortom ex amination proved the diseaso just be ginning to penetrate the system. In herited weakness nude the animal ex tremely susceptible, mid the disease was contracted from affected animals nnd infected quartern. Seventeen animals were oxamiuod during tho two days' investigation, nn.l nil proved to be in much the con dition indicated bs the tuberculin re action. At thu conclusion, Drs. Law nnd Gcddes made a vorbn! report to the board of rogcnls.during thu course of which Dr. Law stated that the re maining animals of tho college herd ero In n perfectly healthy condition, having twice fuilod to react In thor ough tests, nnd that among Intelligent breedors tills fact would bo recognized without doubt. DON T WANTHARHISON. Tnmnmny Hccot tho (,'oinlng Vlllt of ChlntBti Jllnrnr. Nmv Y'oiik, Oct. 22. The nnnounco men t that Mayor Harrison of Chicago is coming here to speak lu behalf of Judgo Vnn SVyok. the Tammany nom inee for mayor, is not recelvod with favor oven by the Titinumny sachems From thu outset the ltepublloans have boon criticised by the Tummuuy man agers and leaders and the newspaper supporters of tho CltWuus' union move ment fur importing campaign speak ers. The nccoptMiico of Mayor Harri son's tonder of services U regarded as a stultification of the Tammany posi tion on tills subject. It is believed that Henrv George has docllnod the services of scores of Pop ulists and silvor orators, among tho in Jorry Simpson und ex-Senator Poffor. who volunteered to speak for him in Now York. George lias dot) speakers, nearly all rosldenU of Greater New York. WANTS CROKER IN JAIL. Henry deorcn S.j tho I'enltontlary Vitwiiw for the lloft. Nkw Ynmc, Oet 2'.'. Henry Goorgo nnd o.x-Postmaster Dayton spoko lust night at a Thomas Jefferson muss meeting iu the borough of the Bronx. The candidates were enthusiastically reeelved. Henry Goorge said: 'I say nothing against the personal charac ter of any man. If Croker got his palaces and race horses honestly let Iilm romniu nore. n they wore pro cured by robbery of the people, by tho misuse of (lower lie usurped, 1st htm go to Knglaud. "If I Imve the power tho peniten tiary yawns for him. If I have tho power the fata of 'Boss' Twswl and John Y. AIcKune will b his. I make no threats, but a great crime has bsu ooinmltted. " SPAIN SENDS A NOTE. TelU lluelo Bum I'lllliuttorlni; I VI o- IhMoii of Intoruntlomil Uir, Lokuom, Oet. ii- The Madrid oor respondent of the Dslly Alall auyst Senor De Louie, tlie Spanish Minister t Washington, has been instructed to notify the Amorlosn government that henceforth filibustering expeditions will be regarded as breaches of Inter national law. l'opo to TbUo I'loul Action, Washington, Oct 82. Th aardlnal, arohbishops aud bishops eonstltuting the board of directors of tho Catholie University of A merlon decided to refer the ease of Mgr. Sebroeder, professor of dogmatic theology at the university, to Pope Leo for Until determination. Mr. KsMon llegln lleeioroeltr Work. Wasiiikotox. Oct 2. Special Com missioner Kassoa, who was appointed ,t0 deal with the negotiations for reeiproolty agreements under the new tariff act, conferred with the French ambassador, M. Patenotro, nt tho slate department yes tor day for sev oral hours. A Large Telileijuah Htor Horned. Muscooee, Okla., Oet 22. Tho large store of J. 8. Stapler, at Tahloquah, was entirely destroyed by fire. Tho loss Is estimated at 840,000, with SIS.' 1 0Q0 insurance. TO BIG SYNDICATE FORMED. 7a, 000,000 U ltnlel In Two Honrt for the rurpoio of IIiitIub the Homt It ! I'rniioirtl to SutWfj the (Intern luenl't Clnliu In full Snbnorliitlon routing In hjr Million!. New Your, Oct ?a. Russell Sago created a Sensation .a Wall street late yesterday by announcing that ho had been invited by President MeKlnley to form a syudlcate on the Union Pa cific railway, on the bnsti of satisfy ing the full government claim In the Union Pacific. Mr. Snge Invited subscriptions to n plan to be hereattur brotttrht out by hi in for thu foregoing object. The imyii.eut of the government clnlm in full Is understood to be the first cor dltlon iu this pluu. Mr. Sngu's representatives an nounced last night that ho had re ceived subscriptions for over S7,000, 000 within two hours of his announce ment It waff an noun cod that hu would continue to receive subscrip tions until his plan wt.s subscribed ut least throe times ovor. As In t'u bond transaction. Mr. Sago thinks there Is unlimited capital for tho settlement of tho Pnclilo roud debts without loss to the government and without blind pools. Among tho subscription reported to Mr. .go's Union Pacific scheme were the following: Itumell Sage It T. Wilson Alia Samuel Thomas I). II. McAlplu Keiitler & Co. Hank or State ol New York William Waldorf Amor Mr. Astor's .subscription IS.O00,0(H 10 000,000 111,000.000 10,000,000 6,00 J 00 1.000 000 0,000.000 Is said to have been received by cable Inst night Some of those names represent other Interests bosldes tho signers. It Is said that a large Now York llfo insurance company will subscribe to M- Sage's plans for 310,000,00'J. Mr. Sago goes to Washington to-day to confer with tho President nnd the Attornoy Gonornl at their request INTO AN OPEN SWITCH. I'. H (1. 1'itMeriKiT Tritln Wrt-ckeil Ner blluitm Sprlniin. Sii.oam SpittNOH, Ark., Oct 22. The southbound through mull nnd express train on the Kansas City, I'ittsburg .t Gulf railway, known as the Arkansas Traveler, due here at 3:10 yesterday morning, which loft Kansas City on time, ran Into an open switch nt Sul phur Springs siding, resulting iu u disastrous head-end collision. A through north-bound freight hud just taken the siding, but thu switch bud not been closed and tho pnssougor train dashed into it under, almost a full hend of steam. Tho engines came togojther with tremendous force. Tho onglncer, who was n new mnn taking Engineer Dempster's place, rovorsod his engine nnd jumped for his life, oscnplng with only slight brulsos. Tho iireiuau wns caught In thu tendor and burled beucuth several tons of ooal, but was reseuod In tlmo to sure his life. Kuglncor Steppo and the fireman of the freight also jumped and escaped serious Injury, The mall car wns totally demolished, and Postal Clork James II. Mooro was found lying unconscious uour the ten der, saturated with vrntur. His In juries uro internal, and It Is thought he cannot recover. Nllrer Agente i, College. Chicago, Oet 22. Tho outcome of the Andrews episode ut Brown uni versity is the formation of tho Clvlo Union, an organization the sole ob ject of which Is to spread the senti ment of free silver In thu colleges of this country. Agitators have nlrendy been sent to Northwestern university and ths University of Chicago, und It Is quite possible that those propa gandists may break out In the farm of Instructors. ()u n Chsrgn ot Ilrlberjr. St. Louis, Mo. , Oct 82. State Presi dent of Miners William Carson of O' Fal lon and William Norbury of Troy, James Page of Staunton, Gus Horn of Olenenrbon and Thomas Simpson of CoUliisvllle, members of the executive committee, are being tried by thu convention of thtrty-uvo delogate miners lu Itast St Louis on the charge of accepting bribes of 8X) each to In duett tho miners lu their distrtots to return to work. I'reibrtnrlant Score I'rlnceton. Galbshuhh, III, Oet HI Tho Pros, byterlan synod ot Illinois adopted res olutions denouncing Prlneetou uni versity for allowing the use ot wine at banquets, and scoring the faeulty for permitting tho sale of liquor at Prlnee ton inn. lUntUm Osuiet Inianlty. Topkka. Kan.. Oet fi. -Mrs. Hattlo M. Belden, the wife of a young farmer near Teeuinseh, was taken to the state Insane asylum to-day for Insanity eauted, so physicians say. by being baptised in iee water when sho was a girl. Seven years ago sbo was bap tized and at onee took slek. She after ward recovered for a brief period, and during that time was married, Sho Is tho mother now ot two children. Dur ing the past three years sho has been ill almost constantly and it has affect ed her inln'i M'KINLEY APPEALS RUSSELL SAGE, NEEDLES POINT. Ho Wanted to Bo With the Indians and Got What Ho Wantod. The Leader Ilurrji ltth and F t , N W Washington, 1). 0., Oet o A r colpt for tho appointment of Col Thomas B. Needles, of Illinois, as a member of tho Dawes commission has at last leaked out. Mr. Needles bails from that classic part of the state known as "Kgypt." By taking euro of this distinguished Republican the ad ministration Is BRVed from disruption Colonel Needles was an issue, and as such could not be overlooked He is a man of intluonco in the state and has hold ollloo ever since tho praotiee of holding oflleo becamo fashionable He has been stato legislator In both branches of tho general assembly. Lie has been on all the loading political committees, and when in the legisla ture wielded an Influence by reason of his position ns chairman of that pow erful comtnlttco wblch controls the appropriations of the state He was United States marshal of Oklahoma for a timo under Harrison Ills asso ciation then, principally with the In dians, equipped him, Colonel Needles thought, for work in tbs Indian de partment, aud when the Bepublleans came Into power, he shied his castor into the ring and deelnred his inten tion of Indian commissioner. For this placu he was backed by "Billy" Mason, Senator Cullotn, the wbolo delegation and every Itepubliean of noto In tho sUtc, but the inlluence availed not, for the prrsldcnt had an other candidate in the person of Mr. Jones, of Wisconsin When the lion. Thomas was turned down there was a weeping and wailing in ' KRypt," but Colonel Nccdlcp, as uu Issue, could not bo equeichod. Ho then set about for a place on the Diwcn commission. He I hnd to havo something connected with tho Indians ativhow, and faU. forcing ono of tho Democratic members to ro sign, Colonel Needles was selected and his nppointmont iintmuncrd vesterdny It pays 95,000 and Colonel Neodles Is now happy. So Is "Kgypt" and Hilly Mason. DIDN'T TELL IT A Mi. Whv Harry Thompson's Oandiduay Got tho Frriau MU The Leader Iluiesu,' llth and Huts.N. W. Wasiiinoton, Oct. 20 Itepubliean politicians from Oklahoma are hero by tlie scoid, aud each day witnesses the arrival of others. Judgo II S. Cun ningham Is still hero to throw some light upon certain clmrgos which have been preferred nt the olllco of tho sou rotary of tho iulorior, which seriously atfects his (uturu welfare as attorney general for thu territory. Tho com mission which ho receives for tho col lection of routais of befool property of thu territory is looked upon by the attornoy general as exorbitant. Ills estimated that from tills sourcu alone Mr. Cunningham will be ablu to malio the tnunltkciit sum of nearly 925,000 per annum. Mr. Thompson's candidacy for tho marshalslilp of tho territory was n bold and daring stroke. Secretary of Stato Jenkins, when hu first lauuelied Mr. Thompson's candidtvoy on the po litick waters, represented him as n large land owner and stock raiser lu tho territory and obscured Ills ouuueu tiotiB with the Bock Island railroad wholly and absolutely. Whon it was discover-1 that Mr. Thompson was tho cnnfliontlal agent of Mr. Low and had beon connected with tho Koult Is land railroad for u number ot years and wai still iu lto employ, the at torney general commeur-d to caro fully consider the wisdom of making this appolntmont. The more he thought of it tho loss he thought of It, and ho hnnlly so Informed tho presi dent. It then transpired that Mr. Thompson had been connected with Oeorgo Orput during the campaign In the capacity of a manager at that end of tho line. Tho attorney gonornl than dropped his name from the llM of ell k'lbles, and thus Mr. Thompson's own friends, In presenting his name for ap pointment, blsBtcd hts prospects by 'ailing to gUo an aooiiratu prosonla lion of thu caso. Fow people hero have any idea who will bo appointed. Kverythiiig la In a chaotic condition. Hart, Scott aud Hum aro all looked upon as availablo timber. Any ono of them would inuke a good marshal, but they are not in dorsed by tho triumvirate) of the tar rltory whoso indorsement is u potent factor in any case As to tho judgeships, little Is being "aid. Senator Stephen B ISIklns culled on the president the other day and urccd tho Immediate appointment of B T. Hairier as Judge Keaton's Mieoessor. The senator aho urged the removal of the entire D tnoeratle judielary and the a p nil lit men t of Re publicans. This seem to be the plan of campaign as ai present outlined. TO UVUK A UOI.I) IN (INK DAY Tako Laxative Hromo Qululno T&bUu All druggists refund the money if It falls to euro. tic. FULL-BLOODS FOR WAR. Cherokee Arming to ItUt Interfer ence In Trllml Affair. Fort -mith. Ark., Oct Jst It has just leaked out here that the full- blood Cherokee? have Useii secretly arming themselves and securing large quantities of ammunition for several weeks, but it has been especially brisk sinee the return of the attorney sent to Washington to enjoin the Da vies eommiisloH from prooeeding to make the citizenship rolls. The majority of the Cherokees are opposed to tho treaty, but the most bitter feeling is smoug the full-bloods. They are pre pared to resist any attempt to change their tribal government. tlutle loeunu by ClirlitUu Kalftuee. Chicago, Oat 2. Leo IX Well, well known for his improvements in pho tography uud tot his work in illustrat ing ruagartBe artieles, has become in sane Hroodiug over Christian Seleuee Is said to have unhinged his mind. MUs co Thompson cow has uharge of the post oflliu Look store. See her for your school books and stbool sup plies, - Lowest prices on school supplies at the postofllco book store Royal make the food pure, wholcome and delicious. POWDER Abiolutcly Puro tot i. ftAtuhu ( um co., hiw youk DOMESTIC TRAGEDY AURORA, MO. AT A COLD-BLOODED AFFAIR. tlenrjr Iliincnu (loe dunning fu llnli- tirl lolj utul Kill Him A I'rlenil Mho Wont to (live l'otrj the Alarm AUli Iteraltrra n brilnui Won nil Iliin- cn' Wife Iiivoltoil. Ai'ROHA, Ma, Oct 82. The moat cold-blooded tragedy Lawrence c uni ty has over known occurred near the old Concert house lu tills city ut 11 l o'clock yesterday, resulting In tho death of Itobert Foloy and the serious accidental wounding ot Gruon Leinus tcr by Henry Duncnii. For a long time thoro had beon it strong enmity ho two n Foley and Dun can, owing to relations said to exist lielweeu the murdered man and Dun mi's wife. Dunoan finally becamo so worked up over the matter that he started out to tho Funstor mine on tho V unco tract, wheru Foloy was em ployed, yostordny, armed with a loublc-barrel shotgun nnd revolver, uitli the intention of killing Foloy. tlrueu Lomustcr, hearing of Foley's danger, went out to tho mliio for tho purpose of putting him on his guard, und perhupn prevent tho meeting of the two men. Upon being Informed of his peril, Foley changed Ills mining i-lotlics and started for the city, In i-iiiiiptiny with Lemnster, going ovor on i he Vancu tract by the Co.icert tionre .lust as they were passing thu house Diiiuiin made his appearance art hi ml a corner and faced them, nt the same time leveling his gun und telling Foley tlit ha wus going to kill him At the instant he fired Foley jumped behind Lemnster, turning tho latter partly around ns he did so, and re ceiving only a. portion of tho charge of buckshot that was Intended for him, tho bulk of the charge striking; Lcuiaster near tho right shoulder blade Foley then started to run, but wa-i brought t the ground by a second shot from Duuoun's gun. Tho latter, running up to his victim nnd drawing a revolver, shot him throo times Iu the head. It Is said that after the first shot fired by Duncan Foley drew u revolver, but did not havo timo to use it beforo being ktllad. Tho re volver was lying beside thu body at the lime the coroner's Jury viewed tho remains. Duncan then came to tho city aud gave himself up, while I.omastcr was taken U bis home on West College street, where bu is receiving every possible attention. His wounds aro not necessarily fatal. Both DuiK&Tr" and Foley, his viettm, have always been highly respeeted and law-abiding citizens. MRS TODD FOUND GUILTY CloU Twofitr-llve Year In I'rUon fot the JlHnler of Her lluughter. IIahniuai, Ma, (Jet. 28. The rasa of the state stgaiust Mrs, Virginia. B. Todd, charged with the murder of her daughter, llettie Bethel, which has been in progress sinoe Monday In tho district court of Balls county, in New London, was given to thu jury ut 0 o'clock last night 'J. he jury reported till morning Mudin the defendant uilty of murder in the second degree un-l lixiug her punishment at twenty 'iv , ears lu the st.tt: peniteutiary 1 In-, i-4se has Ih-i-u tried four times. inch uf tho former tr a!-, resulting ui . mum Jury. The nuir.ler was com null. .1 ,a Haiinihal ou June 1j, !sjj. llK-wttiiu, llettie IU thel, was Mrs, 'I'm II - mu daughter, and was aout 1 7 , . r of age. Mic wus the victim jf her mother's iusai.e jealousy. A motion fur a new trial and for ar rest iu judgment lias been filed and overruled by the court lf lltuiolre. Wio. Hi ibaupt, proprietor ot the Vienna battery and oyster house, has put lu eouneetion with his establish ment delicacies of imported and do mestic goods, received vesterday Vir ginia wus cheese, Holland spiced herring, imperial brick cheese, spiced plge feet, imported iMl pickles, Rus sian eaviar. Carvelst worst, Fench petit pott and all kinds ot good eata bles to supply all hungry people. Open until 13 p. m. The 3:90 train is the through Colorado flyer. M. Our motto is to try to pleaso every one. Hence the great rush to the Uuthrle Steam Laundry.