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THE FIE ST BATTLE.
Ihe Utes and Soldiers Come Together And Have a Lively Scrim mae. Six Hundred Savages Opposed by Only Two Hundred Militia, Cow boys and Citizens. I ritr White, Itlvcr Valley Menaced by the l'onlblllty of an Awful Jla nacre. Tuk latest news confirms reports that it oot six hundred Utes from the Kes?r ration are camp J on the Lattle-groond of last Thursday. MaJ. Leslie, with state troops, Ken Jail's posse, reinforced by Sheriff Hooper, of l'itkin county, and Capt, Dendy, of Meeker, numbering in all about two hun dred mon, are intrenched .at, Jlangley, nhich is being strongly fortified. Itific (iU are being made, and every possible means being taken to guard against an attack, but as the TJtes appear to be tnapshig near a light fs Ifablo to occur at fcuy time, unless tho national government sets at once. The situation is indeed critical, but it is hoped that further hos tilities will be averted. The frontiersmen are more alarmed than ever, for they fear that enoogh cf the Utes will be left to attract the atten tion of the troop at Rangley, and that bands of Utos will scour the frontier. If the two hundred men at Itangley hou!d be worsted in a fight, the eutiro frontier would bo at the mercy of tho In dians before the state or national gov ernment could render assistance,- .. Capt, l'ray and thirteen of his sconts have returned to Meeker to report. They ire worn out by forood marches and hard fighting, l'ray has a bullot-hol in his bat. About fifty shots were tired at him. The Indian who killed Jack Ward was clubbed to death by n comrade. The bodies of six Indians were found in the bushes in the bottoms after the battle, which were overlooked. Judging from appearance two had been killed outright and the others died of wound. The first courier in Meeker after the .ITght near Itangley reported two whites and eight Indians killed, and at least twelve wounded. The last courier brings information of the killing of five whites, four wounded, and seven Indians and two Kjuaws killed and five wounded. This is the total list of the killed and ftoundud. Lieut. Frank Folsom, of Aspen. Jack Ward, depaty sheriff, with Ken dall's party. i .it i-i 1...,.-.., - Wild liill' or "Curly." Two ranchmen or cowboys who joined the troops but whose names are as yet unknown.,.." ... v"' 1 , A vi ITn(imtiti(rrii m-nn rwtil Two White Ittver squaws wounded. Six bucks wounded. Dr. W. J. Drumond, a dentist of Kery iall's company, bhot twice, thought to be lerious. Foutz, a member of the Aspen com- . , i. iii nanv. uo in are jarewiii rucuvcr. . Iticliard MeCuffery, a member ,.of tho Loadvillo company, shot in the face; will rwover. Five'Indians, two supposed to be White Hiver Utes, and three L'ncompahgrejs killed. Matters are in a decidedly chaotic state at tho front, and although the names of troops and persons attached to organized commands are known, there are several persons who joined the expedition along the road, and two of them were known to have been killed. "Wild Bill," the second member of the troops to bo killed, was a queer little anan, about 85 years of ' age with long, black hair. The bo js, gave him tho soubriquet of "Wild Hill," and he was recognized as such by tho ranchmen and soldiers, who found his body in a clump of willowrt, his hands clutching a old magazine rifle, which he had picked The most heorio act of the battle, aside from the general bravery of the troops, should be credited to an Uncoinpahgre Indian known a VJu.' He had a squaw and pappoose when the battle began, and in the first rush thay became separated. In the course of the first half hour they were more than a mile from him down the ravine. At length he saw his squaw and pappoose at the extreme east end of Ihe lines. The poor creature, with the Indian bnbe clasped in her arms, was creaming and running wildly about, ter rifind beyond description. The Indian caught sight of her, and althongh the battle was raging fiercely, he put spurs to his pony and dashed down the ravine in tho face of ft storm of bullets. At least three hundred shots were fired at him, but houvr flinched, and reaching the squaw, he leaned over and pullod her to the horse and gallopeJ a half a ml'e further m with his burden, and after placing her on tho ground out of danger rodo back to the top of the bluff. When i. rinrhed tho summit he was seen to retl, and a moment later fell dead. Daring Ihe excitement that character lied the opening of the flht, the squaws, i.t.oot twenty . of . whom woro, with the party, mado more noise than any of the tiring. They dashed over the fltld from point to point amid the eeaselea firing of two hundred guns in a minute. Two of them were shot. (Jen. Kcardon received a letter from MnJ. LfliN saying that the lieutenant vIki had charge of tho United Ktttes troop thlnki that it would not bo safe lor the troops to go Into the recrvatfon through the canyon, bat if they still want t.- 0 it x:j J.2 i. Lrst tv,... :a to ci,..) in ' Je-. UA ; V by way of I'ort Durhusmi IU aava tvro j Tho tl(lt!i cf U. thousand men will b necessary to da it, Virgin b, ho ' m Confederate (Y ' HE UAHRIED THE SQTJAY. Account of tho Ceremony that Made Douglas Carlin and Miss Dupree One. A Pierre, Dak, dispatch say a: An event of unusual interest took rlaeo ! on the Cheyenne Itlver, sixty miles north- west of Pierre, D. T.. it beini? tho first time in tho history of this section that a ; white man of toU has married a squaw, The groom, Douglas Carlin, is a grand- j son of Territorial Governor Carlin, of ; Illinois, and U the nephew of Colonel I years, and Is HOW elerted to the ben Carlin, of the regular army. The bride is ! te.' Mr. Watts lives at Montgomery, the daughter of Frederick Dupree, a ! Ala., is n very rtetlve tnnn still cngag French half-breed; her mother is tho ?d in the practice of law. I Mr. Davis, queen of tho Minneconjou band of Hiour. I of North Carolina, still lives at Wash The ceremony was performed by Justice ! ington, praetieing law. It seem a lit Kinnier of UW city, in tho presence of j He curious that of the fourteen that 1,000 Sioux Indians, and thirty .whites. ! lervcd with .Jeff. Davis eleven should After the American ceremony was per- have . died before him. Terhaps he formed. an .old squaw came from a hut, ) may outlive all of them, for ho heetns chanting a dimal song, as an indication ! that the . Indians were satisfied. The Medicine Man of the Bioux, then, with his head covered with a bufTalo-robe, burned herbs and invoked tho blessing of tho Great Spirit; after which two Indians rode white ponies across the plains, and presented them to tho bride and groom as the approval of the Great Spirit The feast th?n commenced, which con sisted of ten oxen roasted whole, and 100 dogs boiled into sonp. The latter was not sampled by the whites. The presents mado from tho father were WX) cattle, fitty ponies, and thirty domestic buffaloes. Dancing was commenced and kept up three dajs without intermission. As fast as one Indian was exhaustnd another took his place, and the ball went on. The bride is an ordinary looking squaw with no education. Khs was clad in a robe of black silk, with beaver fur trimmings, red ribbons, and elk teeth ornaments. She does not look striking, but is regarded an a great "catch," as she is reported to be worth $10,KX) in her own right, and is the heiress to the Dapree estate and $0,000 in cash and other securities. The Indians now regard it a great honor for a white man to marry a sqnnw. In this case they aro greatly pleaied, rejoicing going on throughout rchervution. the entire bounds of the ' A BIO DEAL. Hale of the tlattlmore and Ohio r.xreH Company to the l ulled Htate ItxprcMH Company. A late New York dispatch has the fol lowing: Tho following ofilcial announce ment was made to-day by the President of the United States Kzpress Company: , The plant, franchises and business of the Ual.imoro Jt. Ohio Ex press have been sold to tho United States Fxpress Com- pany for a priod of thirty years. The sale was made directly by tho Ualtimoro L Ohio Kailroad Company, no other parties being recognized. Tho aree- ment was consumated last week, and we .i.- tu take possession tomorrow. Ihe nego tiations for the sale have been pending aboat a month, having been begun with President Garrett beforo his departure for l'urope It is stated on Wall street that the price paid was $U,rx,000, of which 1,000,000 was paid in cash and fl,.VV 000 in United States Kxtres stork. Tho negotiations for the sale have been ln operation for the last six weeks, and were conclude! between Mr. Samuel Spencer, the First Vieo-President ot the Ualtlmora L Ohio, and Mr. T. C. Piatt of tho United btates hxpress Company to-day on term, most favorable to the latter, to which the contract will prove a large additional source of revenue. Speaking of the transfer of the Haiti more X fihlo Kxpress business, the Post says: ,4Tho rumors afloat on the street this morning were that Jay Gould was the real purchaser of tho express com pany, and that he had practically com pleted negotiations which would give him control of tho Ilallimore Ohio Tele graph, Company, aud was practically in possession , of all the Haiti more & Ohio property, ' including the railroad, tele graph, and express business. From in quiries made among well-known brokers and bankers, it was learned that there was every reason to believe that these reports were well founded." SETTLERS COMPLAIN. A Washington dispatch says: -A peti tion haa been filed la tho general land ofllce by citizens of White Pine county, Nevada, accompaniej by resolution a passed at a public meeting, asking tho intervention of tho land department to protect settlers against tho unlawful ap propriations of the public lands by for eign sheep raliers. The petitioners allege that there are several companies of F.tigllshmen, tnoitly alien, having largo flocks of sheep which travel from water to water, utterly destroying the grass and coutomiuatiiig the water used by settlers for doinestlo purposes. They also com plain that the dominion exercitod over the country by these stok companies prevents new sottlcrs from coming in and makes it impossible for those who are there tohavo schools, churches, and other benefits of civilization. Acting Commis sioner Stockslager has directed that in vestigation into the matters complained of be made by a special agent of rbe general land ofllce. ' rt ::t . :;ra. M. T. Hunter, of " :::-.'l't of tho :vm but three ilill .surviving, i I.-i -11 who held u:::!;r Mr, l);;vi3 I jf the entire r.i. There were four ; Cabinet vczlth luringtthe txuUr.ca olf th? Cc:i federate Government. There survive Congress- "man Iteaan, vUm v.::3 l'o.ttmastcr I f :,.m.r:i1 f tin ('n'nf. Ipmcv frmn lrr 4 . mm , " it u. b,xuv who w,.s A;:;;rr...y General for irt tim n.rt:-' T Tv vorth Carol! v a. ' V ha Lrj I'". V ! position for u IV.v month;.1 II: Y.:i- pin Uvea at. IVilestiuc, Tcxiir, c::l j been a memher of tli IIouso for r.:rr.) j lo active, both physically and men tally, if we aro to judge from tho fre quency with which he h heard from j on the current topics of tho day. He ;U now in his frjOth year, having been born June i), 1808. The eleven de ceased mernberi of the Confederate Cabinet are: Uenjamin, llragg, llreck Inridge, Hunter, Mullory, Memminger, Randolph. Redden, Toombs, Tren holm' 'and' Walker. 'Reagan is the lonly member of the original Cabinet I left, Toombs, the first Secretary of j fctate; 'Memminger, the first Secretary I of tho Treasury; Mallory, tho first j Secretary of tho Xavy, and Walker, I the first Secretary of War, having all passed away. New OiUniut JUm. lifn.4 ftherldan anil the Holdlern, The boys are never tired telling the latest story about Oen. Sheridan, which came out as an Incident of his visit to the Pennsylvania troops. Sheridan was seated near the presi dent, viewing the military parade on inauguration day, when (Jen. Snow den's 1st brigade passed the stand. "General," said, the president to the i hero of Winchesier, what troops are those? "They are from Pennsylvania,' re sponded Sheridan. The 1st brigade passed and (Jen. (Jobin's regiment marched by, 'What troops are those?" again queried the. president. 'Penn sylvania soldiers also," was the re sponse. "Fine fellows, those,'' said the president, as the command march ed on and Gen. Wylie's big brigade with 3,000 men in line came up. Xow what troops are these?" 'More Pennsylvania troops," said Sheridan, with "evident satisfaction, I for he thinks highly of the guardsmen, j and was about to add a complement to tho men, when the president inter j rupted with some surprise: Well, i general, are there no troops in tins ? parade but Pennsylvania guardsmen?" i "None worth a , Mr. President," ! promptly replied the general, and ' Cleveland s respect for Pennsylvania troops was rnlghtly increased by thi3 bluff compliment from one who knows a good soldier when ho sees him. Vh ilhrftljili in Jlc oid. HoliUed or hi IHnner Tall. In the basement of tho store is the apparatus with which tho proprietor ; Ka S the e ec trlcity for his own , tore.llgh ing plant A laboring man caj ion o go down s airj looking i iur Buuiruiuig worn my menu aim uiw I engineer were talking about the great rl rk tt t . utiA t . . rwk .wi At? tkn I . . . . . . ' . . "K""u nistruu.env. ino lau or- ing man wit vaiKiug near to mis magnet, which is of great power, when suddenly, as he moved around, his tin pall was snatched from his hand and drawn by the mysterious element tvhack up against the Iron. With a fell like a Sioux Indian the frightened man turned, gave one glance at that tin pall hugging tho black iron, and broke for the stairs on the dead run. Sf. Paul Phiiter Pits. The Peninsula and Oriental company has offered to take passengers to India and back with a twenty days stay, for JIM). The electric light is now being used in jthe Scotch fisheries with great success. ' A new republic, called the llepublio of I Tounanf, between Brazil and French ' Uuiana, has bn declared. An eminent physician says our seven teen months old baby drinks Moile as he j would milk "sd lioltu", and we have ! failed to discover any reaction tnoro than ! from in Ilk. .V) ct. quart bottle for solo I ivery where. j Cricket has been introduced into Hoi j and. The Dutch are said to bo light and j ictive and to make good cricketers. hhe IlroUethe I'ngaaeuient i tecacse she saw that he had ceased jo 1 lore her. Her tcauty had fadtvl, her lormt-r high spirits had given place to a , lull lasitude. What lutd caused this i;hnge? Functional' derangement; she j aas sufTeriug frotu those ailments peculiar to her sex. And so their two young lives ' drifted apart. How needle, how cruel! Had she taken Dr. Fierco'a Favorite Pre- f crlption she might havs boon rt stored 10 iicaan ana haptines. ir nnr inar J readrr of these lines is similarly alllicted, ! t her !) no timo in procuring" the ! -Favorite prescription. It will ghe her Ii newleaso of life. Sold by druggists, ' indcr a positive gutrnnt from tho j ainnufcctarers, of perfect satisfaction in ,lvery case, or money refunded. fee uaiantee on bottle wrapper. .... "U: u'i K. , yo : r to an acqniiintan: j r meet on tho street: 4. "What's always tho mutual friend of the - I -L'j . ' " t v?ay '; - two meu ;: j 1 pened along jut then. -Why, jut thl,n replied the 'tirst speaker: yoa soe Smith, here, tho lat time I met him ho had one of the worst coughs you over heard, lie con plained of a Iom of appetite, of night sweats, of low spirits! and other unmis takable premonitory symptoms of con sumption. I told him to get "a supply of Dr. Tierce's (olden Medical Diicoiery nt once. He did so, and look at him now1. P:i you ever se a healthier looking mank IL M;. : ;jvry has snatched thousand frm rc:;fr:iptlTO (-raves. I kn-j it r:!d cere t vajvh. Ita always iv ray, To the Loularer hat'' pipe, oxidative Houlaf French hy'Vnow ndtV soan. vtw, 'thichtho their tnU-ustomej (J- j lie Urnrr. m Uteir n jhmmc it ur, 1 Coul.t find iht root- jt CUJtr Ifty their Vno For juJ ihe M,h nt grtw. Tulit coiirau now.ti l fH mp- Uoot" Iry (for kidney, lier fj UdJer cixnpLicU), A in Oiit icmcJy you c fly. The Bulgarian government has this year given orders for 1,000 medals for the army for "bravery. We ought not to bo too anxious to en courage untried innovation, in cases of doubtful improvement. For a quarter of a century Dr. Sago'a Catarrh ilemedy has been befoie the public and passed through the severest test and is pro nounced the most reliable remedy for that disugroeable malady. Thousands of testimonials of its virtues. f cents per lot tie. . 'Jly 'druggists. The head of the sultan's harem Is now a Christian woman beautiful, cultivated, and a Spaniard. ' A's Opium In Vlnn Cur for Conium j tloa. Cures wbert ottier iruiriliei Utt. v.V. Five thousand protectants recently cel ebrated the edict of toleration of Louis XVI, upon a peak of the Cevennes moun tains. Don't l.ana;h at ervou People. Tlu-lr afTcrhixs' srt? vrry.' resl, ' sHhoagh you, with jourvlorou )t))flue hint strong nerves, fan M-orcely believe It. Katlier et the ue of llo'titter's Stoinarh Hitters whloh, In removing every trace of ly; j-iM, mul regulating Jhe Jlver snJ tx)wel, utrlke nt and i illrjte tlie nuii-t proline enie nf tlirnk iiervou trouble. Thst liervc-brttterlny dlese. fever and sgue, nnion tbe fonnUlablr sllnirut. ti tberemovsluf which this pen in 1 remedy l pc lally djinff1. Nervous protrstlon. rexiltln from prolonged tneiitsl or physical effort, U sNo a hikie of the MMcm where the Intervention of tliU tonl very i)elrsble, more pnrtlmlsrly no Iimi-c Ntu quiet hikI rein the tension of over wrought nervi .' TheDltters sre liinlubfo In ;1m utnutUm, iieursTla aud kid ney trouble; Kfiipliiy no nbt!tiile for It. The mayor of Ht. Die in the Vosges has forbidden the sale of (len. Eoulanger's portrait. TTktn Hsby sick, we psvs ber Csstorta, "vTbto she m a C'hlM, she cried for Castor!, i When shs beeamt Idles, sbs rlnng to Csetoris, TTbeu sbs bad Cbildrso, sbs gss tbem Castoria Owing to the demand for money on the Pacific co.nt IJ.VXXMHX) has been sent from Washington to Son Francisco dur ing the present week. On Aft-nt M t cliant nl v i wr,1 In rtrrjr towiiut Altboujh I wnn pnylo?; f-lt)0 per l.oov) for my lendltiK "e brnnd. my sle are more than twenty five time on larv lncr 1 put In yonr "Tatmlll s 1'unch' .V eli'ar. 1 eouht Hot have believed It, lour JtetHTtfullr. ; il. M. Dalf. Druj'Kl"t, (liles en. Adde.ll. V.TANIM, to hteaaro :ly's Cream Dalm Clean the bead of c.vriti:iiAi. Mm s, A17u) Inf Hit.nitttlon, !h:ai.m tiii: hoickm. Retorea tbe Seneaof TACTI3 AND CMELL. Apjil' Halm Into each Notril. .art EBSTER'S UDatriflged Dictionary. llllCTIONIRY, , llS.onO Vor-l-. :fio i:nK"'r'. 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TbV the child Is mulcted l.talU.v t ' sleV natural. rla cent.-.!:: Moitynor.QV roiHrty. Ctorbv Is koikv I red inil It t a.ij auuMu to ne." 11. A. Oitrea tb ' escrlptl , xfl loi llan I Av o., rutia 4 a, K. Y I (Valor! In my practice. ast tin! U sjH-clally ftilajitcMl to affections f rbil lreu." AUCX. JUhrRTW)N, l. I)., Av., Nsw York. Tua CisTxca Ca, l&l Fulton St., N. Y. c r IYDIA E. PlHKHAf.1 VEGETABLE oTj crraa tux SUREST REMEDY roa tub PAINFUL ILLS AND DISORDERS SUF FERED CY WOMEN EVERYWHERE, t It relieves rla, promotes a regeltr and healthy recurrence of jerlo!e snd Is a (rest help to young (Iris aud to women pset maturity. It strentbrns ths back and the hlo orcna, brlrginj relief and comfort to tired women wbo takds!l2sj la boiae, shop snd factory. ' ; I.eucoriho-a, Icfiaiunallon, Vlcerstloa sod Dls placementa of ths I'teroa bae been rure4 by IV, as women everywhere gratefully teatify. Regular pbyaicisns often prescribe IL Sold bj all PruSeTlaU rrlfc$1.00. 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