The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, March 07, 1890, Image 2
i ; !! 1 Siivf.Yi.tT V. 'Mm "X . W re A' Jr. K' J Ik n fniVVl.r f.?'-W4RnB1ivn riTiinn mmv FKvST . ' i riMMifi CLOUD, NEBRASKA. OOWRIHT OOMM1NT. la VI laaltml haa klimJ havm v vjrtsk early vegetatioa. itf aa .uun.1. -. . . ,; f ,,rt anus mchiwh h uvnweay cant nearly ; s - mw,wiwwi at me lata aiaouoa. I ' sit at A. KitMtnHia, tli aoted X' fart M iasaslty, died t Elgin, III., rs . sjatUysTperalysls. y5 sTn Portuguese Geverastsat kaa rs dlBsst tks duty on forclgs wkeat to 19 ?stoaktlsgTmaeY ' I llBl II JliaOlD M. ttoWALL kM BSSa COB mm4 by tks Senate m Coasul-Geasral tar tat amosa lalande. k-trrasvrrr Constant of Newport, " aty., kai of ered tocoatwomlssalstSS, : asfaMstton for W.ooe, QtMtAMY is again permitting tke la marl sf Aasrleea asset, subject to very ejlaborsto system of inspection. TBI grants dealers tad quarry owa ra sf New Baglaad kave famed am aa sseiatloa for mutual protectles. A Aatopty perforated oa a New York mi ike otker day skewed Uat kit vital amjaas war all la wroaf places. Tag eiperU appelated to sxamlae tka cWtstgae for tke New York Grant boss saest kavs prosousecd sll submitted to s fallaraa, Itn "skmlag" Cklppewa Indiana ef tka La Folate (Wla) reservation kave isfsasd tka auppllea voted ky Coaf reea alee gives a a gratuity. Tn Armsalaa Pstrlsrok kae deaaad i tkat tka Sultan of Turkey restore ths evUsfss ef tke Araenlaa Cburck aad lltata promised reforms. OrtAmoma papers aay there U a stiff!. c4eat number of oonteeta already Died la she Kingfisher land-office to keep tke Accra at work for three yeara. Thb lafluenuaMumea new Importance n view of the reported l'apal decree abolishing tko Ienten! fast thU year or at least making It optional bucatuoof the prevalenoo of the dlaeana. Tm lower home of tke Maryland Vajrlalature hai panudablll grantlny tte Coneolldatod Uaa Company a mo epely In Raltlmora for flfteoa yeara, fayiaf tka city ilo.aoo year. Oki.t a llttlo whlto bko aclentlals an eMMiaoedttindlacotery of a worm tkat tuaoked on nalla and dined a rallraad Iran. Not MtlnflcA with this they declare ew that they have fund another worm akat la Making honeycomb of tke big ,krga. ' ' Ma. Davin, metnltvr tit the Canadian Farllame.at for tka Northweat Terrl aorlea, Intends to auk the Government to appropriate t25,000 to be dovotod to laduelag Itakntana and fannura in the MortkwMtern Klatea to emigrate to tka Canadian Northwest. Tko request will probably be grnntd. i . . i Tmi RuHlan Onvvrnmcnt ka dona aftmefkhif todlftvUto the condition of Mm aalkM. It kaa purcbaaed a uteamqr w,fffltoon"y the, w down the Volga aM MaFwrgea which Ocorge Ronnan kMaa'gtakkleallydeaerlbcd. But there laMok eoaaulatlon la tka thought attflke Journey to Blbcrla kaa ba aiade eaaler. ' ' Ittftitor amk)uii. la a addresa to Metkotlet Kplacdpal mlnUtera on tka Ckurak, eM that forty yeara ago tke Methodlat KplMopaliana uutnberad tat,. '2? ui now 'they numbered ft,o.W. TkM there went nnly three ImporUnt aiueational laatltuttonm while now t kkara worn a. larger number eoaneetad witk the denomination and tho eduoa. aiaaal work among tho colored popula Man aloaa wa greater than all tka adu taatloaal work of forty yeara ago. Tmna la na doubt wuch of a aenaa Meaal nature la the reporta concerning tke tatendnd (manngeincnltir OltUUmua ky the negroea. l'or a long time It haa keen a dream of the loader of tka aaiorea racoto found a Rule that ahall kelong U tho colored ra-o, and many kave caproiwcd the Idea that Oklahoma would offer tho bout o)mnlnf. Hut H eearcoly aeema pruhabln that an organ land movomnnt am-h an that latoly n sorted haa bttpniuado to bring about the and thoy deatre. Tim 8onaUi "niitilling commlttoc." Which la trying to loarn tho aourco from which nowMiapora obtain their nowa of seoutlva aoMiloat, It waa aUI, would make a prvllniluary report actt ng forth , tke font ,tht many of tho wllncMn ailed refused to itBHwer tlio questions fait to thaw . It waa not thought that , tke Senate would take any atepa to snake theae correapomloata answer ex. apt, perhaps, in thh caao 'of tho eorrv DMdeat of the New York Tribune, wkoaa paper published a copy of the ritlek KxtradWlon treaty. Thoro la a law which lit flonalruihl tw t,,.. i. ... wittka punishment f any poraon pub Making an eivoutlvo document of tka ( aat.,,,' "wtanemi passenger agcataaf tka Weatora roads after a two days' aeaalon ilOktaaM agreed to run a aeries of so- v MMi lMaM-aeekora, excursions to tke k yf9 H"Hr l April. A rate of one UdV far tka round trip waa decided .!, to polnU wast ef tke Mis- mmA river or waat of 8l Paul ml wi ;i akaapolla, wkera tke rata Is to be tka on MlM pitta tt, wklek la to no tka minimum llssftato tkat terrl lory. Tka aale of tick' jia will ko m April , May -', 8eptem ' Haw. tt fMhi (ktokav 1. These war r..iri 4 1-i 4- .tan . . . a ; ajssMwut awrun va seinu in ttouih v. WasaAarei til UsMirl. Knui K'hH.ir fIMIaw.Tawl tory, Arkaaaas, Texas, New ;ila BBMtoM'aad'the MortkMak news or the ynan. OiMUMC By TtofTp M Kaa. OOMMK. Wm the Senate aset oa the Mth Reaaier Okaaaier reea le a ajaestlea ef prlvllaga aad ewared a raselullea eeasarlaf Ranater Call, ef rioriaa, for ebjactloaable TaagHaga aaed la dahata aa tha aaMiloa of thaassaMlaa tlon of a dapaty Ualtud Mates marshal la rierlaa. Aflsr both eeaatora had spoken the reesluiloa want wr. The Blair Kdawe lleaal bill was thea token up and fuHher abated, aad after passing aavtral brMge hllle aad aa aaeeatlva evasion the Sea ate adjMraad....Tha ftouae devoted the- eatlre session is voting oa the ehotee ( toeattoa for the World'e Fair, the galleries belag crowded with Interested spectators. The irst ballet resaliedt Chl eag IM Xaw York, JlJ Bi. Louis, II i Wash, mgtea, Mi Cumberland Osp, t Seven kal lota were taken rasnltlag In no choice hut oa the eighth ballot Chlesge was ebosee.tbe vote being, Chleagw, MT Msw York, MTj at, Louis, M Waahlagtaw, M. The result was greeted with a thunder ef applause, aad emM the uproar the House adjourned. tn the Nasts oaths nth among tha Mils placed on tha calender was one to snthorlaa tha purchase of gold and silver bullion aad the Issue of treasury ante In payment there of, It directs the purrhsso of sllvsr bullion to tha auwuat of MAStss a month aad as aueh gold bullma aa aay be egored aad tha Vmm therefor eg treasury setae, aad ro seate tha law dlreetlnn tha eolnaaa of asa las silver dollars per month. ThoChaadlar rsKHiiiion hi regsra loaeaatoroaii was then take ub aad Keaatora Call and Chandler In. duhjmd fa a bitter peraoaal tilt. Debate oa lee glair Cducatloaal bill occupied tho re maladar of tha session. . . .In the House a bill aaiaeriaiag the eataetltatlea of a draw far the pontoon bridge at Leaven. wona, naa. The Oklahoma bill waa eeasM ered la Committee ef the Whole until ad journ meat. Ansa the presentation ef petitions in the eaate on tha Mth, a large number of paasloa aad private hills passed i alsa bin appro prlMlag Hua.es) for a pablie baltdlag at To. seka, Kaa , aad a bill to provide for a Jedl. del determlnatloa of the eeatroversy be tween the Valted atataa aad Texas aa to Ureer Oouaty, Texas. The Kdasstloasl bill was farther dtacussed. aad after aa execu tive aeaalon tha Senate adouraed....The Hoasa took sp tke eonteeted election esse ef Atkinson vs. rendlstoa, from ike r"lrt dINrlct of Weat Virginia, ani debate eoa tinned until adjournment Tns aenste oa Ike nth paased a bill for tho erection aad l eatloa of a broaxe atatue to Columbus aad tha removal of the aaval monument lo n new site. It approprlstea ITVt Th bill to declare trusts unlawful waa thea considered until tha Seaate went Into executive ersslnn and adjourned.. ..The House eoerluded the contested election case ef Atkinson vs. Pendleton, from tha Vlrtt West Virginia district, by sssllag the eon lestaut by a strict psrty vole. Thn Dmo erala refrained from voting to make a tert uestloa, but tka Speaker doctar-d a quorum G reseat and Atkinson wss sworn In. Tlis raeaey Uedoeney bill waa tkea considered until sdjourameak lathe Senate on the ,sth Benatov Ingalls was chosen President pro tern aad took his seal aa presiding off! -r. Senator Itlulr hsd mora complaints to make aaaliint the pmss for not publishing mora of his speech on the Educational bill. Pension matters then re ceived some attention but no Bnal action, and the House bill for ths appointment of two persons to represent the United States la the hlxdrld International conference na(S"d. Ailjoiiraed until Monday..., The House fur. tkereoaaldered the (Isaeral Dodolnnc bill, which waa paused. It approprlstea use,,. . tho largest Item being an appropriation of fit .. for the payment of pensioners of the war of lU aad Mexican wr. Private bills were then considered until adjourn meat rKRSONAL ANI) IHIMTICAU A nr.cKHT report from Topoka atated that thorn existed a nooret political so cloty, with branches all ovnr Kansas, membersklp Is which could only lw ob tained by thoso of negro blood, which proposed to found a negro Kiato, In which the whlta man would t t.iln. ated aa a neoesaary evil but to whom no political nonora wouia do given, Andhkw Caiitikoik gavo a dinner to the membera of tke International Amer ican Congress at the Arlington Hotel, Washington, on tha lUth. Ths funeral of tha late John Jacob Aator waa held In New York on the Uth. Tim Canadian House, of Commons re eently defeated a resolution to place on tke free list all grains aad seeds sot grown In Canada. Thb French Government kaa accepted tke Invitation of Germany to take part Is tke Berlin labor conforeaoe. Thb Ohio llouso of Representatives kaa paased tka redtatrlotlng bill, gtviag tka Democrats fifteen out of tka twenty one Congressional districts. M- U. WnioHT haa boon renominated far Congress In tko Fifteenth leaasyl vanla district, Almkht I'oi.i.atx Gallatin, son of Albert Gallatin, who waa Secretary of tha Troaaury under Madison and oaa of ths earliest and greatest American financiers, died at Now York on tho Mth In hla nlnoty-nrat year. Til U President haa nnmlniU.! nn C Caldwell, of Arkittuua, tu be Circuit Jimgn oi mo KlghtU district, vlco David J. Itrcwrr. GKUIIIIK II. WlllTK. rhlnf nf Otn titimtu of yurtla and dwka, Navy Department, aiou auaaoniy at waamnglon recently. He waa a Cotnmodorn In tho navy. Tiik Koinn Itlforma declares that En gland and Italy aro In perfect harmony on African alTalrn. Ur.iMiiTH of the death of Minister Lin coln's son at I'arls on tho 37th proved to bo unfounded. Guvriinoh Hoiks was Inaugurated at Dea Moines, Iowa, on the 'JTih., tho first Democratic Governor in thirty-four year. AuavniA, Italy, Holland, Switzerland, Denmark and Sweden have accepted tke Invitations to the Uorlln conference. Neither Prince) Illsmarck nor Count Uarbert Illsmarck will attend. MieCKtXJkNBMMiaC CHAttona kave been preferred against Bishop J. J. Gsher, of Chicago, before tha Kvangeltcal conference at Shamo kln, Pa Ha waa accused of evil speak '"If. lylag. ate, lis kU previously keen acquitted of similar ckargea asd tketr resurrection tkreatened to break up tke conference. Thr death of Jokn Jacob Astor, caus ing tka consolidation of two estates In kta kelr, makes William Waldorf Aator worts ssmevo,sss, probably tke largest amount wttkls tka control of aav one taaa. Joarii Jotrnsov. a member of the Mc Coy hand of Eastern Kentucky, kaa keen assassinated at kla novae near Ptkevllls. Aw attempt waa made tke otker ntgkt to wreck tka limited express oa tke BslUmors A Ohio railroad near Isde swsdeace, a Three Ucs were found wedged Into a cattle guard and removed s few minutes before tke arrival t Mm train. WfLUAM Btrinwat, tks setod Mail Ystk piano mssafseturer, kaa suk eerlsedsw,sM to tks Cklesfo WorU'a Fair. Tm Enterprtsa witk tke remains ef ei-Mlnlster Pendleton on board, arrived st New York oa tks sf ternooa of tka tTtk. A MiWAURtm A r. PAtrr. train sol tided wltk s stock train at Rait Uke. near Elgin, III. Twelve cars of tks Block train were demolished, much atook killed, two persons fatally Injured and two boya badly kurt A TttnousH mail ear waa burned re cently st Dlus creek, Utah. It had no registered letters, fortunately. A LANiMLtVB on tks Ckeaapesks A Ohio, too miles east of Charleston, W. Vs., saused tks wreck of a freight train of slgkteen ears recently. Nobody wsa kurt It kaa transpired tkat Mrs. William Aator aallcd for Europe s few hours after tke death of ker brother-in-law, John Jacob Aator, not knowing that ke was dead. Tkla tends to eoalrm klnU f sn Astor family feud. A Bio Fovb pasaenger train crashed into a freight train near Indianapolis in s fog the other night Only ons person waa kurt and be not seriously. Commander McCalla, of ths Enter prise, haa published a denial of ths Al leged Inhuman acta during ths crulss sf ths vessel ef wklck ke kaa been accused. A mam meeting waa keld at Cooper Union, New York, on tko Mtk, denoun cing tks Cast for tks prison sbusssin Siberia. Thb hearing In tks lard investigation ended st Washington on tke 38th. Bib Morsll Macksnzir, Emperor Frederlok'a pkyslelsn, won kla libel suits against tks fit Jaxsee Gasotto and tks Times, of London. Tke Gaaelto waa to pay klm 1,600 and tks Times AIM. Thbrb waa a report at Portland. Oro., on tke 38th that Hilcott, tha defaulting caabler of ths House of Representatives, had been caugkt at Toledo, a town on the Northern Pacific. Walton, the Paclflo Exprosa thief, was discharged st 8U Johns, N. It., ths prosecution acknowledging that tks wsrraat for his arrest was Insufficient Phrsiiirnt Hahiiibon has referred ths esses of the threo condemned Navasaa Island murdorora to the Attorney-General. RATKBfrom Chicago to Kansas City wore cut to 18,00 second class on tho 38th. IUtosfrom KannaaCity to Chicago S3.00, and othor points in proportion. First-class passenger rates averaged 3.00 moro. IIusinkks failures (Dun's report) for tho seven days ended February 37 num bered aot, compared with 370 tho previ ous woek. Business was less satisfac tory. Thr Alaska seal fishery lease baa boon awardod to tho North American Commercial Company, of Now York and nan rranctsco. The Government will obtain about St.sso.oeo s year under tho new conditions, tho old loase giving $300,000. KicHAttn II. Hawks, tho murderer of hla wlfo snd two children, waa hangod at Birmingham, Ala., on tho 38th. Ho mado a confession. It was at an at tempted lynching of 11 awes in Decern bar, 1888, that ton persons won killed and many wounded, tho sheriff ordering hla deputies to flro on tho mob. Kx-Conoiikshman TAUi.mcit, of Ken tucky, was shot In the head in tho Cap itol building at Washlnston on the 38th by Charles Klncald, correspondent of mo iiouiaviuo Times. Ilo was seriously wounded. Tho cause grew out of a scandal published while Taulbee was In Congress, the lattor (who waa a large nan) taking every opportunity to pull Kincaia s noso and otherwise insult hint foe ths exposure. ADDITIONAL DIttATCmm ARMRI) fautloae emM tllaniitln Skai poaseaaloH of ths Greek Church build ing at Hhenandoak. Pa., on the td. A riot waa prevented by the police. Clrauino house returns for ths wssk ended March t showed an averags illCrOBM nf III T nnmniMil ail Ik tka u. responding wsok of last Tear. In Now sure; tno increase waa lf.i. THB nubile debt ahownd a, dMraaa during ths atontk of Fskruary of W,IV vtw. TUB French Government haa dncldnd to prosecute the paper L'Kgallto,for ad vising the German rjoclallsts to shoot Emperor William. A niSPATrn from Brisbane. Ourena. land, aaya the steamship Quntta, whlok recently foundered at aea on her voyage from Cook town, Queensland, for ten don, had on board 380 persons, Of these u j were saveu. including the captain and several other officers of tho ship. HKruiiT irura Northern Texas aay that hundreds of range cattle wero froxen to death durlnir the recent cold spell. KKMCOADR Attaches am rtmorted mak. Ing thctusolvca troublesomn along tke Mexican border of New Mexico. M. Constams baa retired from tho French Cabinet lUmitKii Rood aro llkolv to be still further marked up. Kx-GoVXHXOM ENOMStT. thn watt. known Democratto leader of Connoetl. cut, died at Now Haven on tho 2d. Uo waa aeveaty-clght yiara of ago aad left between a,000,000 and 13,000, OSO, ItOTii Meutenant Steele, of tho arskv. aad Commander McCalla, of tke navy, am itKsiy to so trtea tor cruelty the (d .. aMkUa tl-l.L. Will -1 .k.- im inmiag ! niw letter tor outtlns- down a sailor wltk a cutlaaa. THR loas overdue mlssioaarv sanaaaee Glad Tldlsgs kaa arrivwd st Port kUats son. B. C. Wahmaxts kavs keen nnrs emft against tka o wears of tke kugs glaooas works st Marahalltown, lows, for ntsla taming a nutsanes la pouuusg tks lews river. Train kasda dlsarulaad aa Wullia m. cently robbed a train near Palermo, oiwiy, rssawry waa s mew sss tkestriesl asd ended In tks Bsasass raderk belag ledged tn JalL Rbv. Fathrs Fsbon, si sktltlavatst died la Philadelphia reeentiy. Hsksd evidently sees severely ksatos snd waa HMtgaw hi sm fsura Biatiasi waua nay Urn JJtrvuut'a fatasua dreepiag sys lid kas kssw issMvsd ky s amrgtsal s9ysMiMBs VIBRA8KA STATE NEWa Thr man Caton, wke waa arrested st Kansas City some time egoon the charge of atealtng cattle, and who answered tks description of tke man Neal, who recently sold eighteen bead ef cattle at Soutk Omaka belonging to the asr iered Hmltka, waa taken to Omaka and fully Identlled by nartlea to wfcom ke had aold the Block. Circumstances trongly point to him as tke murderer ef tke aged couple. Thr Governor kaa appointed tke fol lowing delegates to tka Inter-State Cat tlemen'a convention, to be beld st Fort Wortk. Tex.: Elijsk Filler, J. B. Krios, A. a Davenport, a II. Gould, Austin Htimpkrey, J. G. Meek, W. T. Auld. Tub other night s middle-aged Ger man fanner aaasd Weasel Mareeh, Uv Ing a few miles In tke country from Al bion, went to tows and became Intoxi cated. Wkils there be parckaaed a bottle of aleokol aad one of earbolle aold, put both la kla Inside pocket and started to drive home In company with bla wife, son and another woman. About three miles out he took a drink of the carbolic aold instead of the alcohol. He wsa driven to ths neareat house but died In about fifteen minutes. Two boilers in the Armour-Cudahay packing house at Houth Omaha ex ploded tks otker day, wrecking tks boiler kouae and killing John Tlgh, Henry Olson and Thomas Linahan, be sides badly. Injuring eleven other men, some of them it waa feared fatally. The loaa to property waa about 30,000. Thr Farmera' Alliance which was In stituted at Wlsner a few weeka ago with sixteen membera now number over fifty and la constantly growing. Thr report of the president of tho Woman's Relief Corps shows that the membership baa Increased In Nebraska tke past year over six hundred. There are now 3,000 membera la ths depart ment. At a reoent convention of farmers at Dorchester a mutual firs Insurance asso ciation was organised. THR other morning about five o clock tho realdon.ee of L. W. Uawley atOr leana waa destroyed by Are, together with contents. The children wero carried out In their night clothes. In surance on tho house 11,000, and 9300 on contents. Unhkn tho provisions of tho Slocumb law Incorporated cltiea and villages a liquor license shall not bo less that $300 In cities under 10,000 population and not less that 81,000 In cities over that population. Tho saloonkeeper shall pay all damages to the community or Individuals by reason of auoh traffic and ahall support all paupers, widow and orphans and the expense of all civil and criminal actions growing out of aueh traffic. Thr now school building at Stuart has been completed. North Brni business men havo raised a 18,000 bonus for a fifty-barrel roller mill to cost 90,000. Thr Washington's birthday supper given by the Madison Woman's Relief Corpa waa attended by over threo bun dred people. A ruiiMiTttiiK factory and planing mill la to bo started at Plattsniouth. Thr Young Men's Christian Associa tion at Ashland now nan tlfty-wno mem bers. Tick general atoro of Veak A Lash at Grcsham has been closed by creditors. Tho liabilities are S4.000. Tiik Senate on the 37th confirmed tho nominations of W. II. Clark, register of tho Lincoln land-office; A. I Towlo, re ceiver at O'Neill, and M. M. Necves at Sidney, Pknsioxs recently granted Nebraska veterans: Original Invalid, Henry K. Aydon, Cambridge. Increase, John M. Buck, Sutton: Tbomss Whltner, Mo Cook; Charlea Arnold, Boomer; Jamea W. Sageaer, Chambers; William Ed wards, Ashland; Julius Frost, Crete; Charles II. llolden, Rlverton; Levi M. Moulton, Moultoa; Daniel Clark, Gor don: Samuel Eogy, Benkleman; Sylves ter lleeaeley, Omaha; Charlea E. Myers, Nellgh; David L. Dennis, Battle Creek. A iJtTS fire at Firth destroyed the drug store of J. II. Davis, II. J. Feb rlng'a grocery store, the Firth Bank building and Flecklnger'a harness shop. Tho loaa waa estimated at 918,000; In aured for 98,000. On February 3.1 tho corn stored In cribs at Dorchester amounted to 340,000 bushels, and thousands of bushels were being dally hauled In. A woman named llltt, missing her llttlo boy who had been playing In tho aisle, jumped off the Burlington "flyer" near Ashland tho other night when tho train was running at tho rate of forty Bailee an hour. She wns found tn an un conscious condition, with one leg broken and her body badly bruised. Tbo child tn the meantime waa found fast isleep In tho seat aim bad loft It la thought that ker Injuries v,ero not fatal. Joskpii Mi'ck recently mado a mur derous assault on George Carber with skslfoat Nebnaka City, for which ho waa bound over to tho district court In Jon Shrlijcnhrhorr, alias Joe Gray, was arrested at Nebraska City tho other evening on the charge of being an ac complice of Neal, the Omaha murderer of Mr. aad Mrs. Jones. It waa reported that he made a full confession. Two croeka were recently captured st Fremont wklle In tke act of robbing a fanner wko waa Intoxicated and had kla pocket full of money. One of tkea, wko gave kla aaae aa Jaaea Moras, roves to be Jaaee Laak, wko Is wasted st Kacaasks, Mkk., ssd far wkeas s re ward c4 900 la offered. Martha Lrmuu slxty-slae years of age, wsa reoestly burned to death at tks rvsMescs of ker aos-ls-law, asar Key aelda, ky tke Upplsg over sf s coal oil tamp. Ska kad fallen asleep wklle sit ting sear tko lamp aad oa waking sp Upjwd It over, aettlag keraeif asd tks room on tre. A slse-yesr-old boy ex Magulshed tks tre by scooping aaow pea it witk a akovel, but aot until tko Id lady waa fatally burned., THR canning factory at Heeaer was recestly sold at public auction asd wss Cireksaed by s Weat Peiat aaa tor ,sa Tks butUtsg will be repaired ad will be opeaed for buslaea tke eoa- A ROBBER'S FATE. ftscslvss Two Loads of araek skot la Hla Oksst Tke DeeewraAVe BUagy DeeeHetleaef self Karltee Saepleleej aad Ha la Speeealy Traeewd aa lltoa. wriiinniv, nan., Marck . "I am a slicker" were tke words wltk wklck a stranger greeted Night Telefraph Oper ator Taylor, of this place, at 11.90 o'clock Saturday night prior to asking tho naiiul question as to tho time tks moralng train would be due for Atck- IsMIsM Being somewhat surprised at this ua usual gruff and uncalled-for remark, .Taylor scrutlaUed tke maa before hla mors closely than he would have other wise done and at once recognised from ths description seat out by wire no less a person than the outlaw wko Just Ive hours boforo had entered the bank of Hicks, Gnphart A Co., of Valley Falls, and at the point of two revolvers com polled Cashier Cocn to band over tks cask be was then In ths set of puttisg In the safo prior to closing the bank for tks day. After being Informed as to tho trala time tho man's next Interrogatory was whoro ho might find a hotel to remala over night, and, upon being Informed, ho wont direct to the hotel and request ed the landlord to havo him a bed pre pared and to bo called for tho train go ing to Atchison at five o'clock la tka morning. Upon the departure of tho "slicker" as he termed hlmsolf, Taylor Informed tho authorities at Valley Falls of kla discovory and requested that they coma snd mako tho arrest Officers Shire and Summorflold arrived la duo season and arrangetnonta wore mado with tho hotel peoplo to awaks their much sought after guest and bring him Into the hotel office, whoro Mori den's city marshal and two deputies from Valley Falls wero stationed im mediately. . Upon tho entranco of the unknown ' two shotguns loaded with buckshot were leveled at his head, and ho was com manded to hold up his bands and sur render, but to tho officers' surprise he never faltered, but on thn contrary ad vanced with bold determination, reached both hands toward his outsldo coat pockota and endeavored to get posses sion of tho rovolvors ho hold In tho face of CaihierCoen when ho compelled him to hand over his cash. ThU timo tho out law wa not so fortunate as 'before, for at this moment both doputles emptied the contents of their guns into his chost, and ho fell dod In his tracks. About 93,800 was found upon his per son, most of It concealed In hla boots. Two 9300 packages of ourrency were found with the cashier's noting on the wrappers. From a registered receipt dated at Burlington, Kan., it Is relieved tho fel low's namo was Robertson, and that ths money was payablo to ono 1). S. Smith atOttawa, Knn., supposed to bo an alias. Hla watch was marked "U." and a two foot rulo tho same. Tho dead desperado was S feet It I Inches tall, weighed about W0 pounds, I had light complexion, light hair and eyes and a small blonde mustache. Tho body will be held hero until Tues day when, if not Idontlfled and token tn charge of by his friends, It will be buried bore by the county. Yesterday a coroner's Inquost was held boforo Justice Frailer, and tho fol lowing verdict was rundered. Stale of Kansas, Jefferson Couuly.a.; Aa laqultltlon hoiden at Mvrlden, In Jffreoa CountT,onlhnlM)1yof nn unknown person there lying tlesd, by the Jurors whose nsmes are hereunto subscribed. The said Jurors, upon their oath, do say that the dead liody Is to us Idrnlllled ss that of the robber of the Hicks. Uuphart Co. Hank, at Val ley falls, Kan., on March I, 1-90, and killed by a gun -hot wunad while attempting lo escspo arrest at Herlden, Ran., In apprehending him as said rob tier. We mm that ssld killing was Iswfut and Jmllflabto In rvry reipect. We further Bnd that said death was not fnloutoua. In testimony whereof the said Jurors have hereunto eel their hands, thn day and yeir here below written. Match 1. Insm. Ahrahnm . Mnalrr. foreman; llobert ttiullh, Gooricu W. Potta, Nathan Ulenn, (2orxe A. Smith and ' D. II. Kiaalur, Justice ol the peace, acting eoronrr. I The man was Identified as the robber beyond all question. BToitv or Titr. nnnitr.KY. Vai.lry Fai.ij, Kan., March U. Cask lerCoonof the bank of Kicks, Gephart A Co. yesterday told the story of tho bold robbery In detail. He said that bout four o'clock Saturday whlto bn was alone at work a tuppw-d farmur with a red handkerchief over his face entered tho ban); and stated that ho waa suffering terribly with neuralgia and that ho wished to remain thoro un til. Dr. Gephart xhould come In, as ho j nccucu soma treatment ana liepnart was his physician. He took a seat by the stove and waited thcro until alx o'clock. It being Saturday and tho first of tho month the cashier waa very busy and did not lock up early. At six o'clock thn cashier closed up hla business and was placing tho money in tho vault when the thief appeared at the vault door with two revolvers and demanded that the cashier pay him 910, 00, snd aald tkat ke proposed to lock klm In tho vault for security. Tho cashier recognised that he was la the sower of the desperado asd pleaded for kla lite, Tke tklef thes demanded tke currency and got about 9B,SM. He tbes aade tke cashier lock ths front door, backed out of the rear aide door, locked It asd dropped tke key by tke aide of tke kouae aad leisurely walked away. Ttw Artteei Paaacwrr, A. T., Marck . Tk work sf burying the victims of tko late disas ter la about completed. Tklrtyala bodtea were recovered aad tdeatlfed, wklle tea mors pereoas are ksewa to kavs beea tost Property st sad be low Wlekesburf waa badly damaged, but as loss ef llto occurred; Um psosto beisg oa tke. watck fur tks ftoed. It is impoaaibto beta to Is tke ipeikUlty tee the aeeUeat, further taaa tkat tk daa was sot ccastructed far tke purpose fee which It waa tstesdwd. Arrange aeats for tke escape- ef water to tlass sf load were aot provided. OK3K HAWIS HANQIO. BtaMIMflBTAM. Ala.. tfank I awes was kaaged fee tke murder sf ku wife ssd twe ckildrea st tkrse aiautos to one o'clock yeatardar. Ill . neck was broken and death wss easy. Tks Uttls isll wsa sseked to anffocatln. ta tka, streets outatde tkoasasds of ssepl stood. la tke rain waitisg, tkougk tke could see notklsg. Before tke blsek cap waa adjusted Hawes spoke briefly. lis called s aewa-pepcrmaB,shook--ndawlthhlm,aBdfor-gave blm foraW VMStotemeata against bint Ue tkea kanded aa Age-llerald maa a writtea coafesaloa aad asked tkat it be puhllsked. H stated tkat ks -was guilty aad seffersd Justly; tkat whisky aad a bad womaa kad brought him to kla ead. H warasd ysaag mea sgalast following la kla fsstotop. Hla writtea confession woald toll tks rest Dr. Purser offered s prayer. Tke drop fell and all wsa over. Tho crime for whtck Richard H. Hawes paid tke penalty of kla life wss the mur der of hla wlfo and two children, May and Irene, Tuesday morning, December I, 1888. Tks body of May Haws waa found floating in aa artificial lake at Eastlske, a pleasure resort ale miles from this city, bufit waa not IdeaUlcd uatll theaextday. The dVioovery led to still further lnvestliratlnn ami it residence of Hawes was visited by sev eral persons, who round the plaoe de- crica ana viaonce tkat a horrible crime had been committed. There were blood stains oa tke floor, aad la a corner of one of tke rooms s bloody dab wss f enad. On the samoday it waa learned that Hawes had been married to Mias May Storey, at Columbia, Miss. He waa ar rested tke aamo night while passings through Birmingham on hla way to Georgia to spend his honeymoon. lis identified tho body of bis child, but atated that ho had beea divorced from hla wife and she bad gone away. Tho children, he aald, had been placed in a convent at Mobile and he waa at a loss to understand how May's body came to be found where It wss. Tho palpablo improbability of suck a story convinced those who heard Hawes statement that ho had murdorod tho rest of tho family, and by tho direction of thn coronor the lake was drained and tho bodies of Mrs. Hawes and llttlo Irene, heavily weighted with railroad iron, were found on tho bottom. Tho finding of Mrs. Hawes' corpse Inflamed the public mind to a state of frenzy All tho efforts of the press of tho city and the county authorities to allay the excitement wero futile. Ths jail was stormed by 10,000 persons de termined to lynoh tho murderer. The sheriff ordered a halt, but the mob re plied with cries of derision and pressed forward. The order was given to ths guard to fire and a volley resulted la the killing of tea persons aad tks wounding of many more. Tke spirit of tho mob was broken and It never re turned to tho attack, contrary to the ox pectatlon of tho authorities, who had la tho meantime telegraphed to tho Gov ernor for nillltta. Tho trial of Hawes began April 34 and lasted eleven days. THE READY REVOLVER. Ks-Congreeaman Tanlhee Assaulted In the rapttol at Washington aad Meeelvee a nullitt In the HesMl t'rnas the Plate! of as) Irate Newepeper Cnrreapoexleat. Waniiixiiton, March 1. Ex-Congress- man Taulbee waa shot In the head byS Charlea Klncald, correspondent of the Louisville Times, at 1:45 o'clock yester day afternoon In tho very Capitol itself. Whother tho wound will be fatal oaa not now be told. Both men are Kentucklana and ths trouble waa caused by the ex-Congressman pulling the correapoadeat's aess for publishing oertala statoxaeau la rs gard to him. A call of the House had beea ordered shortly after noon when tks two mea met aa thoy had done many times be fore since th trouble between tkem originated, about s year ssd s kslf ago, in tke publication by the correspondent of a notorious scandal affect! eg the moral character of the then Congresamaa. Taulbee, who had a business engags ment with Congressman McCrssry, of Kentucky, and several others, came out of tfie Hnuso whllo Klncald waa stead ing In tho outer doorway, and walking; up to him aald a few words In an under tone, Indlstlngulshsbln to the doorkeep er only two or three feet away. It a said that tbo lie was paased. After a few hot words the two parted. This quarrel waa not generally knowa even to the Intimate frlendaot the tws men. when, at alout 1:30 o'clock, mem bers and friends dining In the restauraat were etartl.-d by tbo sharp report of s pistol fired very near the personal room attached totheresUurant They rushed out breathlessly while other persons ran down thn stairway and Boon thcra waa an excited crowd aurrousdlsg a maa holding hla bead, fnun whlck blood was gushlntr In a steady atream, wklls snother man wss exclaiming taat a kad doae tha shooting. The bullet was fired at s range aot tke leagtJs sf tv man's arm. Klncald said that Taulbe kad beet. hounding him for more than a Tear past, aad several time Issmltod bla. He ear cnlated stories tkat ke. wss a award aad afraid to meet klm (Tsalkee). Tksss reporta, in kla nervous stats, ss svsr wrought klm tkat ke ksrdly kasw wkat. ke waa doing, fto also asdaratosd taat. Taulbe bad tkreatesed blm wltk vto- lescev Yesterday ke aasaaltod kla pulled bla som aad rr aad tkiat tksa be esstd sadars. . Ta wmswt i Xaw Yoav, Mere 1-Wkttaadsit4ar bat tks esttesk tor s WfB fbklm New York Is 1M wss a at all sassar agiag. Mayer Great aald tkat ke was set prepared to say tkat ks kad give sp all koss sf Cctvses rsavate Ito wbsrs It propeely sskwasd, "Tksv ars msibilittos,M a sakt, btoh de at resrk eulto up to prebk4Httos taat, should Ckbmgw tad Itoetf asAStotoasV tofyOssgrvaatkst the to wttala vssskt a suaeieat asm ef msass urtib sratob tav esrry a aa exkiMttoa eaUabts to ttbs aiOyer tke Usltod aay reoaur tto V iiBWf& rt 5Si w" . . '' ,'.:'. ',),(.' us St u , . 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