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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 30, 1890)
THE ROOIT. K'l RETURN.
Cttn Allen, tfcs Kasbessler, raBtareel Mi CM
Co Bad Rrttlw I Maaea City-Ma)
rrreeoateee With a Wmu Leeas la
Kaksa Citt. Ma. May 2.-KUo
Allen, confidential elf fk of the Austin
Investment Company, who left Kansas
City May 13 with tt.OUOof bit employ
era" money, will be In town again this
morning, without the money and la
charge of a Plnkcrton detective.
Ho wa arrested In Chicago Tucda
Ight, after ilayn of hard work In fol
lowing hi trail. When Allen look a
train from Kana City on the evening
of Monday, May l'., he left no clew bo
hind him which could In any nay
enablo the detective to determine
what route he had taken except a
well filled diary. Superintendent Kp-1-eUhclmer.
of the local Pinkerton
agency did not take charge of the hunt
until tl u day after Allen had left th
city. He wa o,ulte at oca a to whero
to look for the ouiln'Mlor, hut during a
perusal of Allen' diary he found many
tender reference to a .Mis l.ulu
Probst, of .Marquette, Mich, whom
Allen tint met at I.con. Kan, nieral
year ago. lie also found from tho
diary that tlie ctutio.rler had heen car
rying on a iorreondence with her and
ho at once began the aeeroh for the
fugitive on the theory that Allen would
join the woman and with hi Ulotten
thousand they would fly to some morn
congenial tune. Subsequent dowdop
ment moned that the superintendent's
theory wa Incorrect, hut Allen' refer
ences In hi diary to Ml Probst Hi'tfl
directly responsible for hi capture A
detective wa aent to Marquette. Mich.,
ami took quarter In the ame house,
whero Ml Probst, who la a school
teacher In that city, wa boarding la
thl way he learned that he wa carry
ing tin itilte an extensive correpond-
nee with "Mr. Thompson," of Chicago.
It took the deU-ctlvv aome time to so
cure the addre of thl Mr Thompson,
but he wa finally successful, and when
he did get It he lot no time In tele
graphing It to the Pinkerton headtiar
tern In Chicago. Detective shadowed
the addre until they located Mr.
Thompson and Tuesday night arrested
him. Ho wa none other than Klto Al
len, the cmliexzler.
A VERITABLE BENDER.
Williamson, the B4all t'lenri, I'ruve In
It trrltahle llrmlrr-The HihIv of III
Xiinlrreil Wife runntl.
Sniu.tv. Mo., May'. '9. When Thorn
Williamson, tho farm hand, wa arrest-
d for the double murder of JofTernon
and Charle Moore, It wa hinted that
he might hate been guilty of wife mur
der also. Thl wa continued yoterday
when the liody of the murdered wife
wa exhumed, and the man' Innate
wlckidncss and thirst for human blood
In August lat Williamson and hla
wife lled on a farm six mile north
went of Sedalla on Muddy creek. The
house occupied by theni consisted of
two part connected by a cohered way.
The couple occupied one of these room
a a liedroom, a window in tho outh
overlooking a amall k I toll en irardon.
m'iriik ,i.Mh tun,. iu- v.niiau uini'R'Niru
anl the nulghUtr asked tlie man whero
she had gone, lie replied that ho had
gone on a visit to relative in llllnol.
Mo did not return at the date he atd
she woulii. ami he accounted fur thl by
Haying that hn had died whlln In
Illinois and he being too MHr In purse
tohato Iter ri'inalna brought home or
even to attend the- funeral consent d
that she bo burled there.
After Wllliamaon left the farm It wai
occupied by a man named Dan Cloer.
WUIiamon wa there otiu day and pa
ing near the outh window In bla old
aleeplng room pointed to a certain pot
about nix feel from the houso and told
Cloler not to dig there, a he had par
snip need aown and would not like to
bate them disturbed.
Yesterday morning Cloler and a
neighbor began a search about the prem
lae and, recalling the parsnip Incident,
he dug there first. Hut a few shovels
full of dirt had been removed when the
body of the unfortunate woman wa
found. About six feet from the window
above referred to a hole some two feet
in diameter aad lea than threw feet
deep bad been dug. Into this the body
had been crowded, occupying almost a
sitting position, with the knee draw
tip to the chin. The face wa turned to
the west and there was let than a foot
of earth over the head.
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ATil la tk Marvkwest Tws snk.
mI Tmnbl Real lag f llh finale
Xr.w Yoiik. May 'J9. The differences
in ngard u passenger rate In the
Northwest were, all adjusted yeterday
and an agreement wa signed by all the
road to restore paenger rates to the
tariff in effeet on December 31 Hie
agreement will go Into effect on June 10
and will continue for sixty days. So
roal can withdraw except on thirty
The agreement wa signed In Chicago
by the officer of all tlie roads who
executive officers could be: reached
there, and then Vice-President Ooddard.
of tha r-anta Fe road, brought It to this
rity. He presented It to IVesldent
Oakes who signed It for the Northern
1'aclftc & Wlscoasta Central roads, and
then after tha St- Paul directors votd
in favor of It President Miller, of that
road added his signature.
The situation In tha (southwest con
tinue unchanged. Tb parties) having
charge of tha movement to adjust rat
fn that section stato that the nuttier
Testa entirely with Jay Oould.
laaatsiat laaaraaea Ca
At.na.xT, X V.. May 3. Hrrin
indent of Insuranr Maxwell, acting
mder tha report submitted to him by
the department examiners on tncon
alltion of affain of tha Manhattan Mu
tual Life Insurance Company of New
York at Goahea, has written a Utter to
the AtUtrnryOaeral saying that from
eraninatioa It appean that the asset
ajra JescflBclcBt to justify the contiao
ece of the business of the conpaay
ad rv)cettng him to Institute prvfxr
legal pnwer4ings la the huprexca Court
for tha dissolution of the charter of tha
' aHBBaay and dUtrlbition of iu iffsKta.
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Rithmomi, Va., May So. The city was
thronged yesterday wllh people who
had Come to witness the ceremony of
unvalllng the Lee statue. Kvery avail
able space along the line of march to
the monument was occupied and tha
splendid military parade wa cheered
to the echo, ttovrrnor McKinney,
as president of the I Monument
Aaeoclatlon. called the assemblage
to order and Introduced lleneral
Karly as chairman of the meeting.
The (Seneral, without making any
remark Immediately Introduced Archer
Andenon, the orator of the uvaslon,
who made an eUuenl addrr., going
In detail over the main Incident of
Oeerl Ieo' life and aying a plcndld
tribute to his military genius and many
virtues, for which h found a counter
part In the life of Vahtngton alone.
At the conclusion of Colonel Anderson's
oration the formal ceremony of unvall
lng tho statue km performed by (Jen-
eral Joseph 11 Johnston, amidst U-omliig
cannon and tho enthusiastic cheering of
The parade formed on tho north lde '
of 1 1 road street from Adam down to
Twelfth street Tho lino marched gen- I
orally company front with double ranks. I
When the prcelon started the men '
desrlbe a seiul-clrcle at Adams and
llroad street on the south side. A soon
a the last veteran organisation passed
Adam street the military took up their
line of march, and when tha
head of the column of veterans
reached Ninth and Main street
they halted and, occupying the
south side of the street, reviewed thn
military. Tho latter marched up Main
street to KlghtU and up that street to
Kranklln so as to pas (,eneral !ee's I
residence, and out Franklin to Miafer.
At Miafer the military halted and occu-
pled the south side of the street. The '
veteran (who had taken up the line of
march after tho military bad leen re
viewed), passed In relew of tho mill '
tary and resumed their place at tha
head of tho column until tho men-
ument was reached. 1'jxin arrlv- '
Ing at tho monument the veterans '
faced the grand atand with the military
lehlnd them, the cavalry bringing up i
the rear. The artillery was wted ,
north of the pedestal.
Tho organltatlon on foot were massed
Immediately In front of the grand stand
as they arrive,!. The mounted veteran
passed by their rear and formed on the j
lelt near the monument, facing down
Franklin, and the mounted Farmen'
Alliance formed In their rear. Tha ar
tillery took position In line west of tha
infantry, facing west. The volunteer
cavalry formed facing tho grand stand
In tho field, near llroad street, thel
right nesr tho artillery.
The whole linn of march was densely
crowded and as the old vhteftaln.of the
Confederacy were recognlred hats would
come off and the old yell would cotut
from a thousand throats.
Tho l.en to- a iment I In the West
end, the most (ashlonsble section of
Klchmond. The monument I planted
at tho Intersections of two wide ave
nues, on the summltof ascendluggradea.
It I Inelosinl in a circle of -joo fiet li
dlnmeter, ulth a street ll feet In width
on each side, so that thn dltanct
through tho area from building line to
building line lKUI feet
The 'destal of the monument con
sists of two parts, which may ! termed
the base anil tho etestal proper. Tha
base Is formed by a reetangle, with the
surfaco inclined upward to a parapet,
around which six foundation are lo
cated, UHin which statue of lire's Gen
eral may hereafter txi placed. In the
Interior of tha gr u t, another Incline
surface leads up to tin '-j-dsul proper.
Hero the transition from th straight
lines of the rectangle to the graceful
curves of a cylindrical form have
been very skillfully hartnonlred by
the artist The change (a not no
ticed, and upon the front and
rear are aeea an oval apae,
upon which has relief are placed, sur
rounded by a tracery la granite of th
laurel, the Ivy aad tan oak. Above is a
linn's head, as If ready for battle. Oa
the sidea are four column, appearing to
support the great weight, bat batsreen
which a broate tablet appear with th
name of Le gilded beneath a laorel
wreath. Tha pedestal and has era of
white granite and the column dark
blue. The height of th pedestal la
forty feet and a few Inches, and that of
the statue slightly more than twenty
feet making the total height about all-ty-one
feet above the ground.
ocneral llobert E. ! died October
eneral llobert E. Ie died October ,
WO. October tt following Oeaeral
hal A. Karly Issued a rail, addressed 1
to the surviving officer and soldiers of
the Army of Northern Virginia, to meat
in Klchmond November a to take action '
to perpetuat bis memory The Meet
ing wa presided over by the late
Jefferson Davis, who, with other ala
tinguished Southerners, made addresses
and thf Monument Association was
orgsr.lrM with Oeneral lUrly a presi
dent A ladle' aualllary airlaUon
w a formed and the two jiroeerlii to
collect fund for erecting a monument
Money flowed In freely for a tl, bat
finally InUrest la th causa sweated
to flag, aad It wa not re
vived nntil !aerl Fluhagh
I was elected (loveraor four in
ago. Tha various orfaaltatioas collect- J
Ing funds were then consolidated a4r I
one name, aaa he rm. aa Uoveraor,
the prv-sideat of the m Moaumeat As
surlatlca ei-oflclo. It la lsrgelr da so
tha effort of (loveraor ! that Mm
aaonuaaent wa oovopleu ao aeon.
IrisrnjjL Ky , May M.A band of
Wbltrrap. thirty la aoavber, visited
Corydoa, lad., and rurdd to tha
Flay, two wowtea af qaeatioaaKI rp-'
tatioa. Th woaea were dragged frees li
had. takea to the edge of towa. tied to J
tree aad f.oggtd atll thy falatsd I
from pain. Their thoag wre ta ct
aU lb Whlterap depard, leaving1
their victian wharw they had fell a. at
to iooi oi treae, laseaviM. eieataea
their geaeral character th- two woasea
reprcuaj f aavlag reeeatiy art
'" w wijigs at tae rir graa
Carjdcex . '
FEARFUL RAILROAO ACCIOINT.
TerriW ArUsi Sear aaa reaaessA
t'aassegii Tiaia ttaae I ala aa (
lew At Lasut twltveea rie
SAa FnAinvt May 3L-One of th
most horrible railway acs'ldenl ever
known In (allfornla csvurrcd at I 10
yesterday afternoon when the tVsklsnd
narrow gauge train connecting at tUV
land with th' ferryU! tfm San
Francisco ran through an ope draw
bridge of the Antonio creek at Webster
The yacht Juanlt had Just passed
IhMUgh the draw when the train ap
peared, going In the direction of Alame
da. The drawkeeiier endeatorsnt at
once to close the brldre, but it was too
late and the engine, with Its tender and
first car, which was filled with passen
gers, pi4-d Into the river, which s
there quite deep.
Knglncer Nam Dunn and Fireman
tl'llrien went down with the engine.
The lormer when ho saw that the bridge
did not close nverd the leer, but the
momentum of (ho engine ts girst
to lie stopl in time. The weight of
the engine and tho rtrsl car broke the
cstupllng and left the other two car uf
the train standing on the track The
second car rn about a third ot the wsjr
across the brhtge and stopid, but the
Jar was sufficient to break o(en tho
frvint ot the car and many of the passen
ger were thrown Into the water.
It llng a holiday the ootid uc tot
stated that prolbly twentv-fle per
son had met their death The top ot
the passenger roach was cut open as
sn as It was raised lUnn the str
and the work ot rt-moving the UslUs
cmmencel, ten being taken out In
Three women and three girls were
taken from the water alive and re tinned
to the receiving hospital Another
young lady died soon after being taken
from the water
The bodies of sit men and two women
were brought In after some ot theKlr
had In-en left at the revelt Ing hospltsl
where the Injured were slso tsken III
a short time thirteen lllrs lay on Ihe
Amir and on the marble slabs ot the
morgue awaiting Identification Many
heartrending scene were witness ss
the friends came forward to claim tLelr
dead 'Ihe list of tho tdenlllled I ss
Martin Kelhy, Oakland, assistant chief
wharfinger for the Mate, A II Austin,
of Austin A Phelps, of Nan Francisco;
Miss Florvne Austin Mrs !lrj st O'Con
nor, widow of the (lecessl uiemU'r ot
the firm of Moffat, (M onnor, Moffat .
Co.; J. D. Cowen, sewing agent at Oak
land; II. II. Itobtnson, San Fraticlso,
I.ulgl A. Malista, han Frnclso,l antaln
John Dwyer, Sacramento, Mr. Will
iam. Kan Francisco; Wauld, coloreil,
Honolulu; thn two Misses Keeuan, of
The thirteenth Inwly was that of a
Japaaese loy supposed to le II Mslerta,
of Nan Francisco.
A late dispatch say Ixith the engine r
and fireman wem sae,
THE FATAL OIQARETTE.
slamtag af th Tssaa lyriHi false al tnt
warvaarl llUdana Neat aarlenslr
lajaessi larls( l'aalr- as4 llr
HafS Bmnhla Igwrsllrs.
Fonr Wiihiii, Tei , May 31 The
Magnificent Teiss .Spring palace is In '
ashes; fifteen or twenty iope are bs.l
ly hurt, one msn was burniM to death!
a child was killed, and three other ar
sons are pronounced fatally Injurvd
At lU-.iOo'rlis'k last nlgnt, just as the
chairs were !elng mmul from In fnmt
of thn grand music stand to make room
for MO dancers, II. II Ndlera saw a flash
of flame spring up In front of two rhll- '
dren sealed on tha floor In the second '
gallery under the eastern dome. He
gave the alarm and tried tit extinguish t
the flames. 11 ng joined In a few sc- i
onds by she ten firemen on duly In the J
building and a hundred or more visitor, i
A penli set red tha 7,oue or a, noo peo.
pie In the building and In an Instant the I
wildest roafualon ensued. Hundreds of !
men, bowevar, kept their heads and the
policemen behaved like heroes and tha J
crowd were got out of the building
with comparatively little Injury
Notwithstanding the strenuous effottt
of the policemen and th cltlten, who
ooBjatltutdtbmelvrsa(urd of safety,
a number of ladle aad men imped
from the upper floor and in nearly every
aae were badly hurt.
Al llaynea, chief hydraulic engineer
of tha Fort Worth A Denver, while
working heroically to get a number of
ladles out of lb fire's way, was badly
burned and died at li;. o'clock.
A little girl sli years old was threwn
from a window In tire second ttorr and
A large number, mostly ladle, were
seriously Injured by jsioplng from the ,
lluseell Harrison, the son of President i
Uarrlson, wa wtb the trestle r,ew.
ppr party viewing the palare wn-a
the flra broke out When the panic
came be threw himself In front of th i
main exit from tha awwad story and
called to the people to move carefully,
tbea moved and directed th crowd tiatil
tfje ope moved doen the stairway
Ilk an army of soldiers. Neveral ladl
who fainted were rco.j by him. Ills H
essmple invplred a aumber of ea to "
aid in the work of re s-dice ika t,it..
The list of Injured grows larger rtj I
hour. Mis Anastte Proer had Ut
splae lajured; Mrw-ti H Kennedy, badly
bruised, being, trampled ems Mia f.lllle
llurge. left leg frveire4 aad head
cuts Judge Hal land, head aeveretyrvt
Two boys sntoklag rigarwUea raused
The toM will reach fttt.tn. withoaiy
ties inaaaas Xsnaliil tavw.
Cajro, May !, A larg aetlag'
af (reran an Lutherans wa b14 at f
tral Music Hall u, proteel agalast th
Ceaspvlanry IvlacaUuet law of ttUftUor.
Hpeeefce srr marie EagJUfc aal
trersaaa la wbi'h aaggeetioa ,f trlit
tral action against th aha fvrd
thl law wrra revwlved with av'L fsvo"
A rewotatloa wa passed etlUgw Utt-
eraoe rtfer to laltel In hi rail V a I
faHTtal ) af tk auie l-gtilawsra
WUke action o WM' I'slr usturst
tke J,rt f , r-p! of tils U at
as. The .b r,f t-l m lAtlivuiwi
thl fortii frvflB He at ftUt yMv
GERMANS IN AMERICA,
am in? rvstor ae Kaatisk laagaage la
TWl heHse Vaagae,
Thrre are, In round numtrra nearly
t1,ixv,tc Orrmans and thrlr dec-nd
ant In the I'nlted Mate Competent
tUUttlc ans declare that hU ot them
lek their mother lsngusge, that only
a fourth can speak it rMj well and
that scaacrly tenth of the nutuWr
rvrr (ir the heme I trrstut ot Iter
many nv sttendon The first gnet
lien ipraks sn.l understand Herman
the second understand the Iswgusge
th third I no longer side either to
t, to trd or to write t tVscnhleV
the causes w htch test ttf riosns to nrgle t
their native i-ech, one writer av
' Hie Knlsh language is net U-aUtlfj
but It ts rurt pleasant and vlgitftius A
trrmn tmerlcan tnrrehsnl, howeirr
niuih be may be ht melher longve
wtU rrfer to lk tngllsh In hi
lusns transactions, sn.l so the 0r
man srtlssn al his work, or the Uertitsn
lawvertn theeirts In talking l.'ngllsh
one nrtst enlv open ohe mouth hail a
wide as In talking tlrftuan. tor the
sounds in Cugtlth are iootl formes! in
the tront psrt of the mouth, while the
whole of the loeshsnlsm ot inhl
less rvtrcUol u Kngllsh than It Is In
(ermsli Xtoreoier sll I'.ntllsh ri
prvssiens and forms el uttrram- h ch
do not llung to wlence or jstf v are
so to svsV teivolVd or rr) tlliel,
so that It trqulres less lrfteU'n In Ue
them crtectlj than It d to
Use (lerinsn equlrnt FHisIIt
KnglUh is lsrklng In the tlrhness el
fotm whii.h lirrmsn prets, snd its
loustructlon Is evtrsiirdlnarlly simple
as companM with the rinstroiion ot
(Sortiisn The ontlnary man tsn f I
along ery welt with UV Kngllsh wolds
for the emplettlienl ot which In phrase
be net J s.ively any svntav, while lor
the ssme purses the Herman iierils s
lest U.Osl words, sn.l a certain routine
or or.lt r in the construction C hi sen
tellies It s tor thl e KsmMh tlil the
MVond i;enerlion wherever the choice
must le tus.le Nlween the two lang
Uf s, selcvl Kngllsh '
'the Ueriuan Immlgrsnt, whether h
lM,',iiiie a f!liifMr an art su, a store
kteper or a ntC'MliStll, nee.s Kltgllsl, In
ImiIIi business snd olllc. snd wlit'h
for Ihe second feneration, It ha IttVome
quest on of maintaining two laugusges,
the tendency lo drop the lit ut ful
Beeh 1 Irresistible,
To these consideration should U
addeil the fact that the gnatnts ot
Herman lll rsture h neter l'-n trans
planted to Amerlesli soil Ihe Imllil
gratll l.tlgllsll hnoiglil to these shotrs
vigorous Sjieeeb, in which tlirj i srtliil
to rlt tho finest lltt rsry (.n-liicilons
of the mother country Hut for ir
litany there has llni fsr Ixen no su. h
reliasence It Is true that sl,e sends u
some tif the rnosl profound Ihlnsersot
the age, but they soon learn on thts
shores lo think, write and ssk In l.'n
gllsh, and thus America la-nedls hi the
Intellectual activity of lot n w l,o in
spite of foreign birth, are glsd to rail
l.inerson, lingtillow snd lis theme
tin tr own - livtou HersM
Vtie resl4r I'aralMelaa .
The Constltullon.of tha I'nll.-l hUtes
gives to the President 'if lo grsnl
reprieves snd psldoris for offetiss
against lh I nle, Male, enepl In
ras vf iri4nhment ll,e I title,!
Htalis statutts further provide that
when any offender is sent ('! to two!
klrutsof punlshnifnt that J, tsi s Trie
nd imprisonment - "the President
hall haia dseetlor,sry I'lwi I to r
don or remit. In w hole or In jrl, rlthir
one of tie two kind wltbvtit In nj
mstiner lrnilrlng Ike validity of the
ether kind, or ot any tortion of ellhtr
kind, not rdons-l or feminist '
Further, by the articles ,f war the
President lias the ower to tpune or
prevent the death eenlrni iWlsrtd .
a rourtvmartlal by ,tiKrtr,g or with
holding bis cunsent Cltlrago Inur
Fontweali five feUrourn get CerUr's
UiUeUter tills the Meal liver rwgulativ Is
tnewvrhi. 1't torg tUI IH pill Js
k stssia gcvvf aaat asaet be euV
lll.ed ttf good eisa as.e, O rva
FMisasee aad purity rl, parted vte
rsni)eaV-n hr (lie,!, sHwti.rmr Hei4
llAt Hair and WLIsBsr M, Kneels
Wowse asaa' ifivi la agrsat
wr, aad the wurst ef It Is IU bevws it
; e-jual "Tsesltt s ':wh ' la t Sga
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frrqurut shipment of radioed let
f Dr PU ice's Mrsttrlii, In all the
principal rmmetrat lenirr of this
country, are cry lo t,ply tn
nnpreeoleuletl dmnd for thvee world,
famed riueiUs. No other mdkiu
eir ttslnsl anvthlec lib the opo.
larltr whkh lh viiJ.it, No ((. r
aieillcloes wwes SikIi Mlor end
s-ftu ctiiallve ptvixitU as to st
tsut ihvlr oinurt,urvr la eiug
thnm, a lb pfoinlrlitr of tf, Fierce
Medtclnrs are doing, through itruggtMe,
iindrt a aaaltlve gaaraatea of Unriti
r core in eece , oo fair Irish r
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sMbrr IiImhI mr.llflnr edrtlMl. but
the Mlol.lfti Mrsthal Dlfrovet) of Dr,
I'lme li far h ewe er bached up by
aaetltlv gaaraatee foin w). known
and thoroughly r-tll'e hooee, ' he
renditions are, that, given fair trial, It
will do all thai la rlslmed for II, or
money paid for It will be itm4t le
funded. A t'rrtlni! of Ooaranlee
a t everv UdlU.
'to alleat ihe sal ef an Inferior, or
even a fairly good, Mol.irlnr under
fh tyi"F cooillllons as Ihvse, wouN
lo li proprletar.
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wVU fswvs Kivllt has It
wiaitirraieti it tojr in luilea nl
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hole. I' . sivd kttrw-l attmata.
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