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December 13-, 1894
THE WEALTH MAKERS
GRAVE TROUBLE LOOKED FOR
IN THAT TERRITORY.
TZSUTE INDIANS MOST BE EEIOYED
Til White Settlera liar Notified Every
bodf to Have the Women and Chil
dren Bansoved to flUN of Safety
Thar lotaad to Drive tha
Indlani Back Into Colora
do or Oot of Utah.
Washington. Uea 10 Delegate Raw
lins of Utah says ha looks for war in
Utah before the Ute Indian difficulties
are settled. The latest reports that
he has received show that the
Indians have advanced within thirty
miles of Moab and bare caused the
settlers a great deal of tronble, rob
Ding and "pillaging and driving off
stock. The whits settlers have noti
fied everybody to have tho women
and children removed to places of
safety, and are arming and intend to
drive the Indians back into Colorodo,
or at least ont of Utah. Rawlins has
called the attention of Secretary
Smith to the anticipated troubles, and
told him that the settlers will remove
the Indians if the government does
KNIGHTS OF PROTECTION.
Cyros Bauer Explain! at Length the
Objects of the Maw Order.
Washington, Deo, 1 a General Cy
rus Bussey, assistant secretary 01 tne
interior under President Harrison,
has been elected president of the
. h a . . at sav a a. IS
"American Knignts 01 rroicction,
whlch has just been incorporated Un
it, tha lawa nf Mnrvlanrl.
"The order." said General Bussey,
Ha a nnn. ant.rin. linn .an i ret rjatrl-
Mfln nrmnliiflnn fnunrlrl nnnn broad
American principles and, In order to
make it more cohesive and perman
ent, its constitution and character
provide for a. financial beneficial
feature to its members. Its declara
tion of principles includes adherence
to the doctrine of protection to Amer
lMnlntAract.il inrinafr'Aa and homea
1. will bmV thrnnrrh ita Inderal). Ita
literature, the courses of educational
discussions which it will inaugurate
and the fraternal co-operation of its
members to organise all believers in
Its creed throughout the United
Rtafjta Intn a rwrmnnt. organization.
It will advocate and support the con-
tlnmitM a tnrlrV arl-fnfttafl t.n tha
necessities of protection to American
InfjtrABt. raBfraln fnralirn 1 mm Iff ra
tion, so that neither pauper labor nor
its products snail come untaxed w
our country; purity oi elec
tions through intelllirent exer
cise of franchise anrl the prose-
' ,irt,n Af all franilHlAAf nru -
tices, defense of the integrity of
..t.l! 1 , A . 1 it.-.
puuiio acuooi ay stem, idg stuuy oi me
constitution ana American mstcry,
It will seek in various ways to revive
an 'I ortanrl tha trim anirit ctt A mart.
Mn nafvlnf ta.vt anil fina.Ua will rrf
vide a system of practical financial
banaftta ij tltA familla f l.a mam.
bers, in case of sickness, accident or
VOTES FOR CONGRESSMEN.
Official rirarat of tha Kaaalte la tha
Varloai Kama Dlatrtata.
TorzKA. Kan., Dec. la The clerks 1
in the office of the secretary of state
have completed the footings of the
vote in the congressional districts and
the results are as follows:
First district Broderick, Republi
can 10 202; Solomon. I) moera t-Podu-
list, 15.844: Stone, Prohibitionist. 385.
Broderick's plurality 3,398.
Second district Miller, Republican,
22,703; Willard, Populist, 13.811;
Moore, Democrat, 4,780; Hopkins,
ProhibitioniBt, 883; Miller's plurality,
district Kirknatrick. Repub
lican, 20,631; Botkin, Populist, 18,505;
Sapp, Democrat, 2,605; Newton, Pro
hibitionist, 16. Kirkpatnck's plur
ality 9. 19n
Fourth district Curtis, Republican,
.... 4 a. a. a Mikn. y1 VT f 1
zs,l."4; scou, ropuusi, io, tw, uixeii,
Democrat. 2,546; Leonardson, Prohi-
MtlnnUt BQK. r.iirt.la" nlnralitv. A.3fU.
Fifth district Calderhead, Republi
can, 18,428; Davis, Populist, 15.831;
Rrandenburir. Democrat. 2.788: Dur-
kee. Prohibitionist, 63. Calderhead's
Sixth district Ellis. Republican.
16.391; Baker, Populist, 16,586: Heard,
Democrat, 2,934; Brewer, Prohibition
ist. 9OT. Ttalrer'a. nlnralitv. 194.
Seventh district LoDg, Republican,
27,444; Simpson, Populist-Democrat,
25,459; Neai, Prohibitionist, 1,004.
Timir'i nlnralitv. 1.BRX.
In the four districts in which judges
, . . S . 1 J 9.1 .
were elected, ino lutsjuriiies or plu
ralities were as follows:
Eleventh district Skidmore. Re
publican, over McCue, Independent,
Twantv-.econd district Emerv.
Republican, over Thomson, Populist-
Democrat, 1,598 majority. " (
Tnrontv.thlnl rHt.rirt MonriM. Rn
publican, over Saum, Democrat- Popu-
iiai.. 1H4 ninrsi it.
Twenty-fourth district McKay.
Pnnu list-Democrat over Snellinir.
Republican, 54 majority.-
EMBARGO ON CATTLE.
Ona of tha Qoeatloni Dlseuased. at the
National Live Stock Meatlnic.
St. Loins. Mo.. Dec 10. The time at
the afternoon and evening seasions of
the National Live Stock Exchange
was taken up with the discussion and
settlement of three Questions. The
first of theae was the embargo of for
eign countries on American live stock
and meat products. It waa decided
to petition congress and the depart
ments to take such action as wm tend
to lift the embartro.
in regard to tne second question-
government inspection it was de
cided to address a set or resolutions to
Secretary J. Sterling Morton of the
agricultural department, requesting
that the system of government in
anection of cattle and meat products
be made uniform as far as local
onnditlnna will mrmit! that Inspec
tors be appointed only with regard to
fitness ana oe removed oniy ior cause
a at V . i
(incompetency ana negligence;, ana
that tha avatam of inspection be ex
tended to all slaughter houses within
tha mriRdie.tinn or tne aenarimenb
The subject of chattel mortgages
on a a til a was submitted in the ahaoa
of a report from a committee which
favored the amendment ox tne laws
relating to the subject at the next
session of the different state legisla
tures. The report was adopted.
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MERELY A BRUTAL MURDER.
Lit t la Mystery About the Packing
Tragedy in Chicago.
Chicago. Dec.10. Edward Jordan.
assistant janitor of the Hiawatha
building, and Lewis Jersey, a dls
renutable character, have been ar
rested, charged with the brutal mur
der of A. D. Barnei, whose mutilated
body was found in a packing case in
an alley here.
To-day Jersey coniessea that ne
and Jordan murdered Barnes. Rival
ry between Jordan and Barnes for
the chief lanltorshin of the Hiawatha
building waa partly responsible
BOUND TO CET THEM.
The Tazaa Authorities Determined to Se
cure tha Standard Oil Men. ,
Ttleb, Texas, Dec. 10. Attorney
General R. L. Turner, asked to-day
as to the future action oi ine
state against the Standard Oil
magnates said: "I am not at liberty
lust now to ffive out the precise
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course tne siate win pursue in tne
Standard oil nrosecution. but their
efforts to avoid coming to Texas will
be futile, for sooner or later they
will be brought to trial and the law
will be enforced."
Murdered by White Caps.
Springfield. Ky., Dec, 10. Two
masked men forced an entrance into
the house of Thomas Ldinsrton be
tween 12 and 1 o'clock yesterday
morning and in the presence ol nis
wife and children shot him dead.
Kdincrton had been auonvmouslv
warned several times about abusing
Minneapolis, Minn , Dec. 10. Adry
Havward. whose confession led to
the solution of the Catherine
Gin? murder mvsterv, has been
taken to St Paul for the pres
ent When he was firs( examined ha
denied strenuously all knowledge of
the crime. When, however, he was
finally confronted bv Levi M. Stew
art, he cave wav and told the whole
story as he knew it The plot, he
aaid. was for Blixt the engineer of
the Ozark buildinir here, and Erick-
aon. a disreDutable character, to do
the job, the woman being decoyed
into Blixt's company.
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new nartv has cot to sav for itself.
through the mouth of one of its
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This battle is raging over the
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WALDO BROWN, P. B. MUMFORD,
Special writers on Live Stock.
Special writer on uorrocuinire.
CHARLES DAD ANT,
special writer on cees.
The Household department is eon
AnotmA hr ainerienced writers, and ' the
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THX BXST C&USBXVO OOT
DID THB COOK9 DO IT?
These Desperadoes Are Credited With
the Bombs Tana Holdup.
Fom Worth. Texas. Deo. 10. The
lnnal manasrera of the Pacific Express
company say that it is impossible to
tell juBt how much the robbers wno
heldnn the Texas and Paciflo train
west of here Thursday got away
with, as all the way bills are missing.
They got very little booty,
however, is their impression,
aa it was mostlv local ex
press matter. The contents of
the iron through package box arrived
Here intact a snerin s posse oi m
teen men. headed bv Deputy Will-
lam Raa and Police Chief Mad
dox, have been out with a paok of
bloodhounds since Thursday night and
word received from them ia to the
ffaiil that, tha Tinua ia nn a hot trail
following the three robbers, who are
well mounted and armed, and are
traveling sonthwestwardly. The safe
that tha mtthara looted was the same
one opened in the Gordon robbery a
short time ago.
The best information obtainable
warrants placing the amount of booty
aaminri hv tha rnhhara at t40 000. The
officers engaged in the pursuit are
connaent tne aesperaaoea are mem
bers of the Cook gang and that they
an malr!n tnr tha Indian TerrltOrv.
A detachment of state rangers had
started irom vjuanan to cut on iua
retreat In the direction raentionea.
, CHAMP CLARK BREAKS LOOSE.
Tho Mtasourlaa. rights a B1U for Retire
ment af Kevenua Marino Omoors.
Washington, Dec 10. Less than
twenty-five members were pres-
nt hen the house was called
t nrdar at noon to-dav. In the
n hnnr. Mr. Mallorv of Florl
e .. -
da from tne committee on luionwro
commerce called up the bill to pro-
mnto tha ffiiinncv of tne revenue
niittar aervlce. It nrovldes lor tne
nf tha nmotri OI tne
1 c vat vu-vu w w - -
service incapacitated by reason oitne
infirmities oi age or pnysicai or men
tal uahiiitia. Mr. Mallorv. Mr.
Enirlish of New Jersey and Mr. Covert
of Jew xoric supportea ibb oh
v.. It mat antairnniaad BV Mr.
Clark of Missouri, who deliberately
avowed his intention of talking it to
death. His speech was a character
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MW-V " .
the point of sensationalism and it
vnt. tha hmiH in a confusion of
unirhfAr nhnAm inn leera.
.VMK V . .
The mormnir nour expirea wiinwu
action and Mr. Brown of Maryland
Mt. nnta that next Thursday be
a .. . . . . . 4 !
would call up tbe contested eiecwuu
case of Williams vs. Settle.
DRUNKEN MEN PIOHT.
Burar Tract Caie Afatu Delayed.
Washington, Dec. 10. The cases of
President Havemeyer and Secretary
Searles of the American Sugar Refin
ing company, Brokers Seymour and
and Young and Correspondents E. J.
Edwards and John S. Shriver, In
dieted for refusing to testify before
. t iMMattiMftn- MM.
mittee was called in the district su
preme court to-day. ; The argument
in the cases of all but newspaper men
, II . 1 MM A.
was postponed until uecemoer aa, ous
Judge Dittonhoefer of New York
noke on the demurrers to the two
Ihe Brookljn Tabaraaole 8old.
-RnnoKLTN. Dec 10. The Brooklyn
tabernacle property was sold last
night under forclosnre proceedings in
the old auction room oi cnanes u
Wills, who held a second mortaage on
the property. There was only one
bid of 110,000 and it was made by
Wills over and above the amount due
to Russell Sage on the first mortgage.
Aa tha amonnt due Sa?e IS 861,560,
wnia D-ata the biir plot for about
?t nnn which is S17.000 less than it
cost the tabernacle
Aa I nf or mar Shot Dowa by Bandits.
O0THBiE,0k.,Decia News reached
tha ritv last niirht that Kino- Berry,
who lives on a claim near uismng.
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vamad several times to leave but re-
nlai Vacterdav he was called to
hia door and shot down by tne ban
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Cvarament Coatrol of Orcaalaatloas
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WAsmireTOS, Dee. 10. Two im
portant changes in the bill for na
tional arbitration of strikes have been
made aa a result of the conference be
tween Labor Commissioner Wright
and Representatives McGsnn, Spring
er and Erdman. They are, that la
bor anions be chartered bv the gov-
avnmant and that the charter of a
lahnr nninn ba forfeited When its
members resort to violence in the
Int.vncf ni atrSknn.
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thus amended win oe iaia oeiora
congress. Commissioners Wright and
Kernan, wno maae me recent- iu-
wntlrratinn nf the Pullman Strike.
. aalll anrsnar hefora the labof COm
mittee Tuesday, to state their views
on perfecting tbe dm.
Hie Model Not a Good Wife,
New YoBK,Dec. 10. Judge Beach of
the city supreme court has annulled
the tnarrlaire of Walter M. Dunk, the
artist and magazine illustrator, to
Klaanor Gilmore. The woman was
bis model for some time and be mar
ried her after she had claimed to have
secured a divorce from her first hus-
hand. Thia nroved utterlv false. She
has gone to Europe with a wealthy
Two Killed Oatrta-ht, Oa. Maimed for
Ufa, Two Sorloaaly Wounded.
Guthbis, Ok., Dee 10. A regular
pitched battle took place yesterday
morninrr on tbe h tarn way netween
Alva and Easrle Chief. James Krown,
J. S. Knio-ht Charles Kitchen, Sam
Wescott and a man called One-
Eye Taylor, who lives near Hgie
Chief, were returning home with
their bodies soaked with whisky. Un
the road thev met Sam Crocker, a kill-
r and thraa rano-era en route 10
Alva. The drunken men stopped and
one without provocation opened fire
on Crocker, immediately a insuaae
of shots followed and a regular battle
ensued. Kitchen and Brown were
killed outright, Sam Wescott was
maimed for life and Taylor was badly
. . .1 1. i J .
wunnded. uuring ine ngat a uepuvy
United States marshal rode along and
received a severe wound from a stray
bullet The whole difficulty was
brought on by liquor.
FULL HEARINGS DESIRED.
AU Saetloas of tha Conatrr Invited te
Civ. Their View oa tho Carrency Plan.
WASHraatos, Dec 10. Csre is being
taken to have all sections of the
country heard from before the house
banking and currency committee
meets next week, concerning the
proposed currency system. Chair
man Springer is not confining
bis invitations to Eastern finan
ciers. He has sent to Chi
cago, St. Louis and Cincinnati
as representative Western cities, and
to Nashville, Tenn.. and to other
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Brooklyn. Be troll. vovoy..
K. R. OBTHR1E, A Rent,
jfon-Cltlien Employes forbidden.
Talequah, Ind. Ter., Dec. 10 A
kin haa nasaed both houses of the
Cherokee council prohibiting the em-
a a 1 a S
ployment by mercnants ana iraaers
of this nation of non-citizen clerks,
bookkeepers or business managers.
If it should be signed oy tne cniei
and thns become a law, it will espec
ially effect tne aruggisw, wno aro
compelled to employ non-citisen
. . 1 ? 1 A, af ... Mas.
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tives educated in pnarmacy.
Indians In Montana Cnroly.
Ottawa, Ont, Dec. 3. The depart
ment of Indian affairs was informed
by telegraph from Butte City, Mont,
yesterday that 300 Canadian Cree In
dians were up in arms agin u
!.!,,.. A.tflo nrnra beinrr killed
nuiw u w v h.v - c
and stolen. The department offioiau
are of the opinion that tne Indians
m not r.anarliana- but those Who
mirratd after Eiel's rebellion
Charred V.lth Araon and Mnrder.
Caps Gibadkatj, Mo., Dea 10. Mar
shal Grieb has arrested two men and
on woman who are susDected of be
in? imnlicated in the murder of the
saloon-keeper at Bonne Terre rail
road deDot at Festus. and the burn
ing of the building on the night of
, A tw Trial for Oaborn.,
Topeka, Kan., Dec 10. The su
nreoe court to-day handed do'vn a
decision granting to R. S. Oslorn,
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