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The Situation in the Creek Country Has Been Colored by Cor respondents. I NO VIOLENCE HAS YET BEEN lOXEV Tfca Iene nt I'M led Malea Troana al llcarlellu I.lkelr lu Hate Good lilted, lllssalllna aaae off (lav lllaaloaa Created ks Craar aaake'a Hlarlaa. Kaniaa Cljr, Mo., Jan. 27. A atnff correspondent of the Stnr, tent! Into the Creek country, to Investigate the trouble among' the Indiana, wlrta at follows! Muskogee, Ii T., Jan. Stk That tha alttuatlon regarding the Crrek In dian uprising ha been somewhat ex aggerated by certain correspondents there can be. no doubt. It la true the Indiana are restless, but ao far novlis- tanee naa ueen alone ami it la uc tionable It a ahot "III be fired. How ter, the Hnnke land Ik well organ lied, and If whltky ahould get anions them or aome deputy ahould become Inalltcrect there might be aome trou he). kit (Itaeral I'prlalaa rrukakl. Hut a central uprising at tie present time la out of the apiestlon. Tlia pretence of the United Btntct Uoopa at Henrietta la liound to'harc a Rood .effect, not that they will nec- eoaarlly be needed to do any actual fighting, but by l-clng there the In diana who Imro taken Crnry Snake a word na gosiwl will lie cnmlnrrd that the president of the United Stntea hot not given Snake the authority to make Creek laws, aa he ha been o'almlug. One of rrntr Snake M.ri. l'roliably the wont Important feat ure of the altuallun Ihla muriiiii; la the rumor regarding WHU.im ..Joi s, commissioner of Itidluu nlTnlm at Washington, Crary Snakn U oie tending Hint when ha v.n last In Washington he called umn Mr. Jonrt r.tnl prayed to him for relief fro'ni the unjust term of the Curtis act. Sic savs that .Mr. Jouea (old him M ic turn home and that the Crrcks'nilgitt make tliclr own lawt, na hrNlofiirr, Hiakc not only Irialata that thla ia true, but that hi- haa rlgneil ,lctte.rs ixom jonea to prote hla nr.crtlou. However, mi one. who has si-ii'tli7i.c. leiiera can or lomul. 3 Tlirrr la I'ollllra In II., I'olltlca, It ia auld, haiu entered lomcwhat Into tho exaggerated re port! sent out from title section. 'Ihn prcaent United States Marshal, lco F, lteiinctt, lnia a bidder for hla aifllce and hla cnciulca, It la said, hate been giving color to tho sciitntloiial ru porta and sn-.ng that miothcK, mar- lint would hate made wholesale ur rcata from tha atart und thereby-put a atop to even the suspicion of on Un filing. ! Aa a HNtlrr of I'net. The fact of the matter la that un tier recently-adopted rrgulatlona by me iirparimeni at Washington, ltei kutt hua Urn powerless til act with o'.l permialon from the federal olll ciui mere, inn iK-nulsiInu ciuue only 1 rlduy nigh). Ik-nnett Imm dlatrly liegnn to act. and la butt- un ting provisions and supplies togetlr preparatory to atnrllng, with, about twenty drputlea, to join -the soldiers sv iilmi ivitm GONE TO JOIN TIIE TROOJ'y Nailer a I'oslrd hr Creek Chlrr's-Sur- TerlnaT Ularoallaurd In Ills lurked Illalr'cl. -Muskogee. I. T., Jan. 17. United Stotta Marshal llennett. with l ,1..,.. ullea und Conatable ilubbniM, Unltrd nuies lomuiltcloner Simp-sin unit T W. Oully. left, yesterday, for Hcnrlet In, CO inllra diataut, where they will join the troops aent to quell the Creeka. They will go owrln'ml nnd took u camping outllt,- commlary, 50 Wliu'heatera und plenty of ammu nition, Jutt before the Mart waa tn.nle n telephone meatnge nni rrcelti-d from Chccotuli, auylug the follonlng nu nc" nan ueen pou-d yyrw aifter ll onaKe council adjourned at Hickory town, yratcrday: OTICi:, read, To All. l'reeMat Unite citlcna nnd friendly Creehi ahould lie dealt with affording to the old Creek laws, and not according to iue vrrexa aim lililcr I'orter. Signed "LATAH'MIIKKO, "Attcat, IMword llnrjo, Second Chief." Ihe Uawei eommlialon yeaterdaj ordered a dlkcontlnuifn'ce of the aur. eylng In the dlaturbed illatrh t. Moae i-you, in charge of a iiartv that ar rived hero lo-ilay, ataea (hat n num ber of light horaemrn are "till rldlni: oier the country. They are heavily anncu, nut are not doing any ilanv age, confining their effnrte to urotivt. Ing the membera of (he Snake band Hickory ground It la belljvrd that the worst I over, but Martha! Jlcunett haa hla bcitt deputlea with him, and If he cncaim tera trouble will put up a atrong fight, It la hla pur pone to join the aoldleri at Henrietta and work" with thiuu In, making arreata of the lenders nf.th uprtalng. , Died BuiliUnlr. Bt. Joseph, Mo Jan. 2.' Vllllon, Coleman a well-known railroad miv"., who' waa tor ycara In eharfcvjpf th( ncciiiinllnr depar'tment',of tbilUtr'Jo eph it OrandIalar,d railway, , Jc-il tu deuly here yeaterday. THE WAR IN SOOTH AFRICA. Haa. Kttehaaee Mepatla Heeeral Ea ajaareaarala Mnm tha Urlt lak and tk Bora. London. Jan. 89 The war office haa recclved'from Ihe commnndcr-ln-chlel Id. South Africa a. dispatch, dated l're toria; January M, reiortlng numerous engagrinenta, the following being tha moat luijiortauti ' iunnlncham wna engaged at Ml'' dlefontelit nnd Koniierfonteln Jester (lay with Dclarey force. Hablngtan, while moving north from .Ventora dorp, threatened the eni my't flank, whereuiKin the lloers retired west Cunnlngham'a cnsualtlra were two of' Accra wounded, four men killed and 37 wounded. "In the engagement at I.lehtenburg, January 17, sonin yeomanry were cap- loreu. Tlicae have since been leaned with, the exception of a major am three men. .10 detalla arc yet at nana. Smlth-I)orrleii had n aneeeasful en gagemrnt of fire hnnra while on tin march from Wondcrfnnteln to Caro lina, where the Uorra had lutelr been concentrating. TJie enemy wna In considerable atrrngth and hem - Ihe mer, but were driven out. Onr louea were one ofllcer killed and two officers and 13 men wounded." Lord Kitchener confirms Ihe report that n llrltlali train, with troop and military stores on lionrd, waa wsaylald and captured at KMJpklljp, near Four teen Htrrama, last I'rlday. but mi VI the lloers retired on the arrival of the armortd train sent In pursuit. DEATH OF THE GREAT VERDI. Altar a llaril Mmaule Ike Itait Cams Vaeefnllr 'Ike Hill A Modrat lleijueal, .. Milan, Jan. 2S. Although preceded by n atruggln for llfn that Iqsted two daja, Verdl'a death, when It came Sat. unlay, was iieacrfifl. Hu did not re. gain confclournrsa. When he puited away bit was xtirriniiidcd byri'latlvei am) Ultimata friend. aimounce- unit of Ida din lb created great iino tloh nienlem, plenture jrtorta und many store were closed, nnd nearly all the pr Inrnt residences were drain d. Vesterilny the cltj- ntilhorltle pule llshcd a I'litngmtie priH-lnmallou whlrh waa pmti-il thrvitighnut -Milan. King Victor l'mmaniiel n-6l to the family a IcIcgVnm of coinlolriiel- on U'liulf of iiliiiMlf nnd IJnci-n llelenu saying: He Join n lhe,lioiriit-e. ngrcti Substance of a Dictated Suteraent From, the Accused Postal Official. STILL INSISTS UPON HIS INNOCENCE. II Adnilla, llutteire, llial lie eer Kaneeta lit lie Able In I'ritte II ) He Itaa Akandunril All Idea nf Oblalnliia Jn.llee, aad la k pared fur Ike Kerltlcr. Xew Vork, Jan. W. The .Journal and Advertlrrr rontalna a lung illelnt. rd atntrment from (.lint. V. K. .S'eely the accused poatnl oflieial who Inn been taken In Cubu for trial. He says the surcharged atampa were de stroked. Kor the purme of conduct ing the destruction Director flcm-rnl UathlHihe -ippollllrd u i oinllilioli, he sas, cnmHiaed of himself (Xeely), Auditor llieicaof the regitry detri ment and .Marfield, it n Olilonn. It hai been alleged that Necly stole man) thoiisnnd dollsra' worth of atampa b. burning. In their place, psckuges ol waste iaper. In referent: to title eharge Neely su)s iiIkiiiI thesi stamp Tell-i a llMiminMe l.le." "The man who !iya they were not destroyed, or who any that I tulil the packages eonliiliied ujil.v brown luiprr, telU n damuiible lie. Sue for one or two packages, they were In Ihrlr original form, the reul of the department unbroken. The fraud was committed In Uushliiiitnii. r'ur ther on Neely tu)s! "Hud 1 Ix-en de alruua of aleiilliig from 'he goteru mint nliy iDil I'uol atenl-wbeu I Inn waa it chiirce for ml- to steal some thing wbrth the while? I had ph-ntv of opportunities to do mi. 'On inn- imi cuslim, I could hull' pocliutul ou r t inllllo;! ilollnra. (In oiie of in) Iripl to the 'Stntea, niiiile on nfllrlal busl nesa, I brodglit with ui oi the trnns port. mer .Ml,M- In gold. I bud nl Iht-.aiime 1 1 me In my pix'krts eerilll (tiles of h'polt miide oilt in my iiiiuu uimI liiillililnul ehiika for nvfe t l'si, 000. Tlint'liijiile over f l.tuU'ssi thai was as eonipk-lcly in my mMMloii at lhuuxli It .vere my owiu" "ll Ike I'urr-il rlell.,11." "'flu' wild slnrle of, extrntiigiitil iH'iuliitoVi mi my p:lrt while In fii'lu lire nil the ,ptin-l fletiiiii, TImt I "mile I iey wldle In (,'ula , me nc(vr ilruii'il. Hut I" imiile ll lugltl CHICAGO DRAINAGE CANAL. -y Mlsanatl aeorea Ikei-rieat Knock liana In Ike t'laki Asalnat Water I'ollatlun.; ' ' Washington, Jan. W. The ""tilled States supreme court rendered np opinion 111 the ease of I he Chicago ilrulnnge canal overruling 'lie demur rers filed in the i-nre by the stale of Illinois, and the Chicago drainage co in I district board. The proceeding wna brought by the ritate of Mlssrourl nguinsl the State of Illinois and the drainage Uiartl, the end nought lelng li prevent the use of the canal lie eatiae of its siipiosed pollution of the ilrliiKlug water of St. I-oul, The cf fect of the ilcision Is to sustain the lontrntlou of the State of Mlrsouil. The opinion wns handed down by Jus tice Shims, the chief JuMlce and Jus tices Harlan und White united in u dissenting opinion. ROVimvilAT (II A Stltl-IIISK. Tke I'n.e Will lw Have lo ke Tried ua lla Merita. Clilcugo, .Inn. 29 President Alex ander J, Jones of the sanitary dis trict, when utilised of the supreme court's fidtcrse decision in the drain age canal case said: "The decision Is fomewhnt of a sur prise to ii, but lifter all It slmpl) irenns that the tax- mutt now be tried on Its incrlls. Henceforth the fii'pilry of the court will lie directed to the ipiestlon of whether or not Ihe opening of the channel nnd the mov ing of ('htciigo' tcuiiue down the Il linois ii ml Mississippi rivers bn rrally result en in tin- pollution or SI. Louis water supply. "If so. equity will Justify the grl-v-uure of St. Iiuls and the slate of! Missouri mid the sanitary district will have to filial snnii' remedy to prevent further polliillmt." INJUNCTION CONTINUED. - - a a . t PrrUliMi In lh i'nm of thr tluutdm nnl Ifii- liti'uiur iif I hi- t'uun lrN ti- 1 iiklfllittir m if lips. Cablegram Addressed to Congre Read in the Senate by the Presiding Officer. THE DAY OF PEACE SAID TO BE DAWNING. Tke nlreelnrr nf Ike I'edernt 1'artf Deseeek Cssarrs. In I'lsee la Ika llanda .if tke I'realdenl Ike ! r lo I'alakllak Civil (invernmeat iVken tke rime la Oiiparlane. Wushlngton, Jan. 29, When the senate convenid the presiding ofllcer, Mr, Xr.tr, called ntlentlon lo the fol lowing cablegram, wlileh was rend; Manila, Jan. 27, I'resldent of the Senate nnd Speaker of Ihe House of IteprcscutntlvY, Wushlngtont Acces tlons to federal party by thousands In all parts of the archipelago. The at titude of the hllhcrto irreconcilable, press and Ihe general public opinion show- that thv labors of the party to bring peace, wll) soon be crowned with success t'ntll now- hi It leu I purtlet have attempted formation on plans more or lets. qiicstlnijlug American sovereignty. . llur platform makea main plank sovereignty of, thv fueled Stutrs with lilsTty to imicIi clll-cn to pursue, -icaccfully hit political Idea. The hour of pence bus sounded. On our platform are grouped many 1111 plno of iiltlicrto Irreconcilable ,ldcns. but sonic, more o'listlnutc. de cline til Join, for tfiough willing to accept tlie sovereignty of the United htutes, the liriilpwr of Indeiiflnltrt nnd ndmlratloii olTercd by Jlnly nnd puiely. nu, H wos'lhe jinlucl of the Ihe clvlll7ei world to the Immortal private fin.dsM.hlehi I look to Culm inemory of tetdl. .Tim ii.itlf.li ntnl I with me. Mj InniuM,,. ,. enn be i.rmeit, the glorious art of our. country have, but I wrjixt t, lo U-nble to provt aullereil n loss a., serloua that It I , t. ), p(,rmi,lly will not Is- glieii In his will Verdi 'asks that Hit funeral may be "very modest." i.oiitluuaiice of military go'veruiuriit' 1 i .i ii i............. ... - lUKtM llfl.,, 111-1,1,1 ,lll-,e ,,, NVw York, Jan. 71." .Iiiatlee Ileneh, 1 .t'ltlted Sfulca ntnl delays .their in the supremr- eourt, hmiiled ilowii aubuilssloii. .iljuurmufiit of I lie present con :aa without gliing the prcstdeii. ond Helen Could, us trultee of their t""'"" "J' to (.tnMiiUi u purely elvll father, from paying over the Income gove rnment with the' usual powers, of the portion if llmestute bcloiiglng' i.nd the pttHiiiciucut for at least u to their sister. Aniui.tl.ii.l.l, count..., y uf Mld, Kuu.rllllK.Ilt ulllll le Cast' llnue, .eiiilliig the trial of nu ?'.,, ., 1 action UriHight by Aher Werthrlmer. t",t(I'"-'' iV,M tuliily. i i.ntlrm Dili a Lomion lirl-a-llrne ill nlcr, ugaliist ui?lS'.' uo'Yory 01 uk jeuerui I I,,. MI.,,,.. . I. ....1.,,... I ... l . -I I flecl-Ion (-iniilutijiig the troiijorury I,. I,,,,, ..I,.,, m.. i ..!..!.... f . auggests Hint It tnke plneacltlier at daybreak or ercntlde, and that the ceremony lie wltliAuVuiuslc. "The chanting of tii priests,, tv9 enmllei ami 11 cross. will su'llcu,:' he wrote. Many Irgnclca were, left to frlenda. The date of the 'funeral lias not been fixed, but It will prolmhly lie Wcdiiesilny or Thursday, Tim Intel-, mcnt will be In Ihe 1 Iiiim1 of The lie. treat for Indigent Musicians, which Verdi established. right In ten nr. I haw nlninlonci: me. 111. I I am iireiurtd In be s.u-rl. flcrd nnd to n Mu-11 sen fence uf, front AN IMPORTANT DECREE. Chinese llrllet (Uncials I'.irklildeu ta lllserliMlnala Attains! Slarv Imk (.'krlallans. l'ekln, .Inn. 2 There haa Is-en great dlslreaa in the rrovlnce of Sliaii. SI, owing' to the fnii'ilne, and thou sniiilk have died. . Tho court has or dered rice relief to lie Issued In large quantities. A report rruehed the for elgn envoys thut nirtlTe Christians, aulTcrliig from Ihn famine, weru to be discriminated ugulus.t nud to be pun ished If they even l-cggcd for food. .Mr. Conger, Sir l.'rhest .M. Salon nnd M. l'iuehiiii,' ihe United States, Hrltltli and Xirnch ministers, protest ed to l'rlnce Clilng nnd I.I Hung Chang ngalnst jmch ilNerimtiiiitliiu, nnd the court Issued nil edict, ill ted Saturday, ordering "nil relief nfllclalt and Chines.! sol. llur lo treat Chris tin lis c.vnctly the same aa otheri throughput the empire, under pcnnlfy rj.deciipltutloii. The fnrelgii euioyi cniisiilcr till it ninst'impnrliiut decree If It Is carried nut'.' PR0P0SEDl?iANfT.AR TRUST. audlea'te lo llatTOat Ike I'utlniaa 'and .Vlia.irli.AII I'rltsta Car , , Cumpnnlea. Qiicngo, Jani' 2S-The . Chronicle nysi "It Is now rumored that the Harri man-Mnrgiin-Vnpdcrhllt railroad syn dicate Is plnmilllg.tn buy nut the l'ull man Car Co,,' aiid'fibsorb, to far ui possible, all the private car com pnulc. . , . "Vvr some lime, t Is said, the syndi cate, has becu negotiating for the par chase of a Controlling interest In the rullinmi' company. Just how Jar tlruj negotiations for the absorption of the sleeniuir.car concern have nrouressed o I'm nii;uiiirrB 01 inc onasc uaaui . 1 ' , - , . , going to and from the hiectlng. atti'a,,1I"ot V'" 'u,1 ' 1 1 i" ,,r Hickorv ground. ' Tf,llnl" oplnlou-"lhut the deal is oh.". SHE .HADWANDERED AWAY. ' tlra.Henrlella.il, HuieVll, at Cliles v aoi.llepueted Akdneted at Haa . Ir'r.iaetae'', Fuuuil, SonKraiictlco, Jan. 27. Mrs. Henri etta II. HoVrll, the wife of a wealthy KChlc'tf.luinliur dealer, who was re ported to have been nbdiieteil from a prlrnte aanltarliim, on Tuesday, haa been found nt a pillule resilience In thea uburlis, when she wandered dur ing the night. Too close attention to her business Is believed to have af tected her mind: ell nleii 01 obtaining Jir-llee. 'I'en'i not stmid tliU strain, nnd whenvl at In 11 t'lilmii prl.on It will lie villi I hi know ledge' Hint I lime only u few months more lo Hie. for no American dill sluuil riinlliiemeiit in those'iropl till prlxuu.. "Ilul sooner or later l'eis-ct Hit fuels In this i as.; to I. made known ami sulistnntl'iti-tl, nud when Hun ilin comes Ihe publle will eoufes 'that ll prcJiiilH-il me. and that liislnid of be ing, guilty I wus InniHcnt of Hit rimes laid nt my door." , GOV. NASH TAKES ACTION. Will Tes I de. I'm.ee of lllilu In ;. . Inree II l.nvi .Vualit.l Will ful Vliiliillnn, Coliimbu, (' Juii, -Action wuv 'ttken by (lov, Nash, .vestenluy, to pre lent..lhe .leirrles-ltiihllii llgt at Cln .Inwntl on rebriiury 13. The governor bus been ojiposnl to thi; tlglit H-Iiig held 'In tlie slurv fmm .the first, and ieslerilsy In. sent Ihe following let ler to Atliiriiey-tlenerul HliVeJs: . "Sir It hua ciuue to my knonledge lint certain ihtsoiis In Cineliiiiiitl are .0 conduct nu enterprise in that city, )n the 13th of rebruiiry next, which ins nil the earmarks of being u prize lfrht. Such 1111 event would Ihi a' ills 7rnce l.i the state of Ohio, aiid I here iy inrtliorle and requeiit -.on In tnku lueh trvp and .commence sueli.iietl.iins ll law, ciill or criminal,. 11 may be leeir.ury to preient Ihls'iieeurreiiee, mil In so-doing to use the name rif'thc Utile; "Vrr.v respect fully jours, ' (IHOIItli: K. . XASII." Tills iietlou wna taken bv the irur- rnorltl resuiuse tat "that solteitntloil ir 11 number. of lending attonu-,vs of 'ineHiuntl. , 'Ihe p-llllon In Ihe'ensc a 111 iHvlmiiii-illalely filed u tlie courts It Cincinnati, The suit w'lli be entitled The Stale, ex rel. Ihe Attorney t.'en .ral. vs. .1. .1. JelTrlet. (Ins Ilul, II11, Win. ".f lloburt, (irorge Hugeiils-j'i.'cr,. I.e'iipiild K'lej l.olte, Iteriianl lettmini, .feorge K. Dleterlr, K. A. I-e, 1'enfim l-awson, llev. II. A. Klseiilohr ntnl 31 Jthers. 'nsHoclnteil in the'inanagemcnt ,lf the Cliiclumiti Suingerfest Co.. Tin form of the Hiijt, t ill be a 'pell lion for nil Injunetloii upilnst the rsirlles nnmeil, based on' the claim lint they are about (a lA'rpe'lruti'o jgl'Uc, iiulsunee. v . " In lli.ni.e uf rinlseiii-. Verdi. - . ltdnie. .Inn. 2. The chnmher bf .piiHes wns crowded yeslerdny, alien the president, Signer Vllln; the lilnivlil- of edueutloli, Sigiror- O.illo, ind deputies of all p:iries,'ruhigtid' ;he lilts (iultcppe Vet dl. It vvas ih-cld-til to drupe the cluipiber of il-iutlea 41 mnnrliig for u fieekj to semi u, ilele-' pillon to the iiiieraViind tv hold a loleiiiii memorial celebration 11 mouth iftcr the f unerul, wjik-li, Jn iiecorduuee with Verdl'a requoat. will bu moat (Impls. Tlie settloll of the house wiia J thru surpended. Ihe count ifni'conntess.ile ('nilellnnc for l3-,IS)(l:fvr pniiitlugs ami briii-a. brae furiibjieil them. Jusl'ee Ihurh jn rinlts the payment of Viin.iw 11 jenr to 'the l OunieiiH for the' 'support of herself mid children, pending the trial -of the-urllnii., , SU'CIDE Oi" WE DDI NO NIGHT. frni.t llnwlev .Vlaeeled a VVIJuu, erfr Senllle. WkM nml 'I ken ., riiuimlil 11 Wusn'l Wurlkt, - - Serfltle, Washilnn. I'.i.-lYnnk M. llanley, 11 cool,-, who litis Ih-cii work ing iii. ii-ranch ut outh I'nrk near Suit tic, eommltteil siileiile, -Sunday night, by ,aklug a ilose-nf strychnine. II- was man Ittl nt fouroVlofk in the afternoon In Mrs. Hose lirefileiittrlu, 4t widow; of South I'nrk, uml to rscutm a.iereiiaile lip- eouple came to'Sealtle a-ul look n room In' 11 lodging hnu. fnr the night.- "Mrs. Hanbo', win uwakrnelt by her husband who told her that hi; hud taken jiolsoit l-ccuuse .he. did not feel lilluself worlliv of t,'.,e. (lle died In eoniulsioiK before lieli nr. riven. . PHILIP D. ARMOUR'S ESTATE. II la Valued al fllleen vinilmi. and Is Ills l.le.l llel'neea IVIilmr, Sua and fSrniiiUon. Iiitu'l'hillp I). Ariiniiir, iiceordliig to u petition for letters testnmenlury tiled In prpbntn vour'l. Is' valued al $13,1(00, bw. Of this $ IOHI.o6.fi. personal. Thl, 'estate Is distributed iimiiiig the mem Wrs of tlii Armour family, ihe lega tees mimed in the petition. -Iielng: Mnhanlu ii. Armour, widow) .J. Og. den Armour, son; Philip ).,.iinil l-. leK Armou", griiiubvins. The exe'e'u lors uiimeil In tin- w irre the widow uml ton. Tite Armour Instltiitu is nut includ ed among the leguiee, but It Is said Mr. Armour minle' provision for the future of Un- institute by transfer ring property liefotc Ills death. A DISASTROUS WRECK. " Two Prelum Trnlna ('nine Tnifelker on a Curve In a ( l.Klllliii - kit Traa i:uiiluea, " ' ;n.rkesbiirg,,W..'Vu .Inn. 2a.A ills . isirotis wreck oci'iirrrd'oir the IViltl more ' Ohio Vonil yestenlny. Two freight 'trains cuilhlrd. one nilje )'cst of lVlrnleuni;.nuil six. .men, nil we'll.; Snowu railroaders, we're killed 1'lni victims comprise two ciiglncera'' two flremin mid two hrakemeiii . Thn rolliilou occuried ill deep, cut that is 'oh a curve, ninj botli.iruliis were going ut a good rate of "spcM'. ToafSa Addraased liiaNral. Washington, Jaii..2Q.w After the di- msal of routine butlnessjn the ijcn-J ate, Mr. Tow ne (Minn.) .wus rrcoir-1 iiarty. Iielluvin conferring such uif. .Ihnrlty mi the prcsldcut would inspire lonl'ilenec, hiislcii the uceept.iiiee ( the soic'rclgiily i)f Die miloii und t'"10 coml'iig 01 pcuee.'Thtf dlrcclory, llierv fnfe, ptu,a 1-fith lubi.eh of eougres to uuthorle -l'resIdent MuKlnley to ( liilill-kelill goveruiiivnt whcne'ivr hu believe, it (Opiiortunr. , Slgiied. "I IIA.'.K II. HOTIiXS, 111:. i'AiiDo in: tavi:i:o, ' "ir.0nKXTI.NO TOIIIIKS, "JOSH NAU TO.MAS Dill, KOSAIIIO. -c. s. aiii:i.i.no, "Dlrc'tory of J-Vdernl l'arly." liKi'oiris uioM uiN. i-'iro.; lrse'llealll AH'driraiilsrd lasurrelos In III lllslrlel lllBiered. Manila, Inn. Stf. (len. l'unston' re "jiorls thut inictlcully all the organ lied insurrrctianlsis In his district have been ilisjieraed, with the execp tiuu 0 dl-coiiiifcU'd build ill the luouutaliis. , Klxty-IHc more rcbcbi In the fiitlun'd of I'uuuy liuve surrendered to tlie United btatrs authorities' ill Culuu an. .: (ieorge T. Illee, editor of.llie Dally Hiilletiu,' vilio wa 11 rile nil by (len, MncArthtir to Ik- deported Ih-cuusc of Hie piiliJlca,toii In hla paper of idle Chlcngo. Jan. so, -The csti.te of the J t;u,lV!!" UUmM.Cimnkn. ,.-. AJ, UUIII'1 1 VUllll T, VUl I.I III U the port, has sailed. It was ordered thill he b held, as a prisoner until his arrival nt S.111 Kriiiicl,'o. Iletaelimciiis of the I'vurili Infantry ml l ourlli uml Sixth ritvulry, with i pliitoliu uf murines, liuve cjiptured I4U 1 1 1 -. 1 11 1 1 1 t-i t Insurgent nud ludrone In Cuvltc proi line, Twmity'wlre l-ejuilrers were utiuck ed, .rccrnily, south of 'Sun I'ublo, by 'mil Insiirgeiits, half of them armed with rltles. Two Auu'rlcnn' wero vioiindeil and ope wua riiplureil, "lint ,Viis-subseqieiitly rcsei'ird. by li rrlii' forciluentsof the Kortuliitli regi ment. One nutlle was kljled, soveii were wounileil'and several were cuts. Idled.' Vulles, late chief of pollre of 'tho Island of Cehu. wjio has been in hiding line August 011 mcouut'of hi ucthl ty In the lusurgcnts' Interests, buji tiiUen Ida fiim'ily to long Kong, Tho other Cebu pollre'hnve been compelle'il lo sweiiv-nlleghinee or lie vluported. They have iJiom-ii the former,' . , .(iniir lusiirgeiit activities cuutluuo In Cebu 'and llohol. . "(len. .MiicAVthun last vvejilng r!' viewed .ami addret-sed the KleientU rnalr. ,llcthlgily cO'inpllmented the .trpopi. who. are the only cavitlry voj-' unlcers In tlie IsUuds, prior to. tlwir Jcparturc. ' . . Slandnril OH ('. Iloliked, Kuiisu City,. Mo.. .Inn. 2!).-At (I,. nfllce ofjjie Staiidard.OII To.. Jn the southern 'part of the city, yestrnlny niieinnoii, 11 joiing man forced V, I". oled for a siiecch which was'lo lie at once his -maiden effort uilll'hl's 1 Irnlii.v tlie'cnthirr, at fbq polnf of and oxter link lune,f ijl. fuleillel.iryv Jle sjiolin on hlstfettolu;-, revolver into u clotet and llim of lint r riday for lliu immediate ing him Jn, made oil with b-itrtecu 1SII. iih: lui jive him close ateutlon,.WhIle in tho . Jan- ---rhc remuiiis of .ear of the senate was a elide of reo. J0" J,"Jor Mu e Interred yes resentnilvea who came over from the y'B" Imposing procettloii'follow ooiue to hear. in" thv 1,Iur ltlror William scut a representative und a wrcuth. ......... ..... . ,,,u iiiiiiiciiinia .iiiu 111, inuiie nu ;ctsalon. of 'h'oHlllitierl'lh tli't'llill. , tSooanij ;i(i ;n cah. Ippllics. The gtiUcrle were Veil lllleil ' "J Ii, bene Me I " Itufioslaic I " .... . , asiiw P( llilllll H U(J CRAZY SNAKE KEEPS MUM. f rk r-aaaWr af Ilia llsf.lf llrsnt Cr.tkak 'l Wlsoosr sad In a Sails ' . Mood. Henrietta. I. T., Jan. 28-Chtttal llarjo, or Crary Snake, the leader e the warring Creeks, who la n Unite" Stntea prisoner here, remained sullen to-day, nnd refused to confer with' Lieut. Dixon, It la believed, however, that the wily chief will, sooner t lalcr, show n friendly spirit, and that the result will be a prompt ending; af the Insurrection. It la argued that llarjo and his fol lowers have been taught to have m greater rcsjiect for the army office than for deputies. Iiellevlng mat th toldler is more apt lo treat them fair ly. This haa been brought about nat by the marshal's actions, but hecauaa a deputy here ond there In the past haa not acted wisely toward them. The new of the capture of Harja reached Henrietta bat night. Whrav the chief, mounted and surrounded by four deputies, appeared at the ttat of l.leut. IIImiii, he wna greeted ea ildrratcly. fifty soldiers, gnin"ed about a enrnp fire, sang "The lllue ao4 Ihe dray," while l.leut. Dixon made friendly overtures to Ihe prisoner. The Indian sat, stoical nnd proud, hi hit saddle. ' , "Tell him that the ofllcer wlshci. w lliake hla hand as a friend," said i.lr.ut. blxon ta the Interpreter. , llarjo grunted hi response, and illppcd from his iKiny. In the mean time soldiers hurriedly prepiircd d tent for the chief,-while the ollirrt grouped themselves about hliu. The rc'iorler pressed the 'nlerprelrt loigct him to talk, but Crary Snake hook his brad and would only say: '.Vol to-night" Inn j lie lo-morniw." The enpture of 'Crary Sruiku la be lieved here to lie the most Important aibre.' since the outbreak, lie l the tgllntor und te real leader' of Hie llsratlsfleil liiillli'is, ntnl t,ie that he .' safely In the Ifamls of the govern ment ll la Is-lluveil his follow! rs will loon be broughtlo trims. .VlIT (l THU WAIl PAUL ' . s , Chief Hull S). Indian Will l VI. lesl Willie .Vlen .irTlieie l'rn,erfr. South M. VjIestci-; I. TT. Jn'n. ga Danlcl Hall, chief 'of the (lioi taw .((inker, when intervieired, stulcd that the Indians were not on Ilie.M'ir path ami would noljiob'sl white people or Ihelr properlj, Hnllrnud projn ri" waa n(e. There was nil dahver nf bridges tielng burned. Tin- llfdl'ins'-irP-auia. lion, n" perfected for uml mil protec tion, will ,1- J:ept up, lull not n a incnaeo to the wlilli p"ople. tlilel Hull claim to ls goUiiii.1 by the treaty of 'ii, mid urine other Is yee ngnlrcil. The Chbetuw Sunk, wont 'to hold laiukuii eoinliiuli uml ure o potcd to ullotmcut. No fiirtlier troub le Is cxiyctcd, s v A plea In abatewent. Tke Case .it lie,, rue J, Kerr, lmitl ealed la Ike llelilrlee Vase al I'nlersuu. . J, ' t . rutersoii. .V. J .Inn. 2!l(ienrgr'j. Kerr,, who wus Jointly indicted with McAIUter, CumplM'lf and Death on rharge of erlmlmil tissliult and miirdri n the' flrst'ilfcrce. In connection w lib the deutli of Jennie itosscbleter, wai ini'Xiretedty brought Into court be fore Judge Dixon, w,hen he pleifdei noil vult to the find churge. .lohii Jt (larding, cnuntrl'Vor the prisoner, ad Jresser the court ami said thut Kerr was not present when the "knock ut" drop were administered to Jen ale.llnssehleter mid neither did he 1v null the girl when ihe was tahrs from tl(e carriage on .the Hock road. Cuiiutrl 'said Hint he hiiis-il thut the prosecutor would lake this Into cole tlderutlon und. accept a plea of ho rull I'ublle I'roM-ciitor Kmley Jil Hint while he had imidevirry prepur- Btlotl to n1ace.Kere nt, lrlt.1 ',. .1.. Indictment found ngalntt blm, he fell immifii 10 uieepi ine plea of nun mlt In view of the statements mailt by counsel na to Kerr's comiccttin with the girl's death, which hi emed lo bc-eorriiboralcd b.v thejncnil facta uf Ihe cute. Kerr wns then renin mild Inclined to ueccpl the plea of nos Isbmeiit of 13 year. If 1 expected that an early date will Ui et for the K-ntciicing of AtcAlistir, Denlh and Campbell, ' Cu'iipbcHs sister Is clii iiludng n lie. tit fasti Which-will -l.e i.-....,.., ...i Judge- Dixon, asking for t-lemency for her, brother,. 'FIRE AT GOTHENBERG, NEb! A lllnek.nf lliilldlnu, Inclu.n'nu a Liver fjlillile mid Itli-nlr ' , Hurse llurned, ' (Jothenlnirg; Xeb.. Jim S8v-I'lre at ' I a, m. detiEuved ll,... ll. . i - . Amos I'. Singer, tajgelher with twenty .,,,., iieeninia l)Ii.-k. COIltllllllnir 11 lodrre I. nil - I....I ... . . . " tttti, inn small stnn-Hi ihe.'('i,vi.n.. 1 1 , pd.'a bullilln-gi Stiick's.rettui.rant and ,......,,... joe. uuildipg of the Carlson Mereunllt,, (7, ti.. ' , .. . - . . ..... . ..; mini una no fire department but n bucket brl- Kuwe wii lormeii wnieh irerc(ited.the flame from iloliig-.more.ilamngt, ' llailMTlTeJeet tke Klnv. , Cnbe Tai'wn. .n. "t i- ..-.n . the Argus," the .ilisoOecteal Dutch la Ihe SteUenliosch district declare that" ' .... inej rcv.erei (uecn Vlcforla. they do not owe allegiance lo King Kdward. It'l lnf.-er.,i n.. .. ... . h . . . . : " iiicv.wiii jpemy join tlie lloera, a ' Tkraaleifed Strike tlverled. i'rllii'atfa. -Jaji. l-o.ti... .i . . Itrlsai, of I.vana. taouji,,, hiiailen .......v.uru, schicu. Tha- strikers lelu a conference .vl.i. r-. fYooJ, and u compromlsu was" 'a. runi;ru.