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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF.
A. O. HOSMER, Publisher.
RED CLOUD. - - - - NEBRASKA.
The statement that Sirs. James
Brown Potter had been married to
Kjrlc Bellew is pronounced false.
It C. Bvscxs, of Washington, who
-was acquitted of attempting to murder
his wife in Wales, has been removed to
The Gladstonians turned the tables on
the conservatives in a division of Cam-
bridgesbirc by electing their candidate
The state comptroller of California
proposes to have the California world's
fair appropriation tested in court be
fore he pays out any money.
Edwjs Lee Browx died at his homo
in Chicago the other day. lie was the
first president of the Illinois Humane
society and was also at one time presi
dent of the International Iluraane asso
ciation. Thk manuscript letters of Goethe to
Frau von Stein are offered for sale by
Goethe's grandson, who asks S37,000
for them. English and American bid
ders are competing with the German
government to secure the letters.
A 1111.1. for the suppression of inebrie
ty is being prepared in the German
bundesrath. The emperor takes the
liveliest interest in the scheme and has
ordered that the progress of the meas
ure le reported to him during his trip.
Cai'T. Akmit, recently an ofllccr on
the Chilian warship Presidcnto Pinto,
writes to the press warning persons
not to accept offers made by President
Balmaccda's agents. He says he did
three months' service in the Chilian
navy under Admiral Latorre and claims
that he was unable to get payment for
his services; that sailors who asked for
their pay were put in irons.
France has two illustrious invalids
on her hands just now. Gounod's health
has become so liadly shattered as to
forbid his doing nuy work whatsoever,
and his physicians have denied him the
sightof callers. The other distinguished
sick man is De Lcsscps, whose hold on
life is regarded as very slight. He is
87 and lacks physical vitality to rally
from the illness that has prostrated
Dn. Antonio Flours, president of
the rcpnblic of Ecuador, wishing to
celebrate his birthdn3 by some act of
charity, granted a pardon to eighty
seven prisoners in the penitentiary of
the republic; but it appears that the
convicts did not turn the president's
clemency to very good account, for for-ty-six
of the eighty-seven were behind
the bars again before the end of the
Gen. OniEKNE, of the Barge office at
New i ork, has issuod an order for the
release of the stowaway, Frank Frein
enin, alias Frank Sherman, allowing
the boy to land. A cousin of the boy,
Mr. T. H. Kicrthraer, made affidavit
that the boy was lorn in Milwaukee
and that his mother was living in Chi
cago at the present time. Frank was
under orders to be returned to England
under the immigration laws.
The New York Journal of Finance
contains some rather interesting fig
ures relative to tho remarkable decline
which has taken place during the past
year in the price of scats in the stock
exchange of that city. A year ago
these seats sold atS21,Ji00, whereas now
they are worth onty about 17,000.
Consolidated memberships havo gone
from S400 to S240; scats in the cotton
exchange have gone from (550 to S415,
while in the coffee exchange they have
shrunk from 550 to SfiO.
An extraordinary trial has opened at
the Semu tribunal, Pans, in the case of
sixty-five persons, consisting of cab
owners, cabmen, policemen and in
spectors of insurance companies,
charged with conspiring to defraud in
surance companies by means of false
reports of cab accidents. Tho police
men prepared tho reports, the cabmen
confirmed them, and the inspectors
certified them for damages. The plun
der was afterwards divided among tho
camp. The chief of tho conspiracy was
a man named Vcler, a job master.
Forty counsel defended the prisoners.
At Leydcn, Holland, recently, in
St Peter's church tho memorial erect
ed there in honor of Rev. John Rob
inson, pastor in Holland of the pil
grim fathers, and one of the pas
sengers of the Ma3'flower wns unveiled
in the presence of a number of Amer
icans now traveling in Europe and
others. The exterior of the old church
was decorated with flags and flowers.
Miss Edith Palmer removed the cover
which enveloped the memorial, a hand
some tablet suitably engraved, and, as
it was unveiled, three flags were hoisted
and saluted, the first the Dutch ensign,
then the stars and stripes and finally
the British union jack.
The preliminary report of the com
missioner of internal revenue of the
operations of the bureau for tho
fiscal year ended June SO, ISM, shows
that the total collections from all
sources of internal revenue for tho
year were S140. 035,30, against S142,
V.M.StMi during the preceding fiscal year.
The cost of collection for the Gscalycar
just ended will aggregate 54,193,000, or
about S9S.000 more than during the pre
cedingyear. The internal revenue re
ceipts from the tax on whisky amounted
to S7S.52S.02t5, against S71,1S1,CS5 during
the precediug year; fermented liquor,
S2S.5C5.129, against S20,003.534; tobacco,
S52,70fi,270, against SS3.95S, 891.
The new Americau steel steamer
Charles W. Wetmorc, Capt Saunders,
which sailed from Duluth, Minn., dur
ing the latter part of June, arrived
at Liverpool the other day. The
Wetmore is an inland built steamer
and her cargo, which consisted of 95,000
bushels of grain, is the first grain
cargo shipped from a lake port di
rect to Liverpool without being re
handled. Her route was down the
lakes from Duluth, through the Wel
land canal and thence down the St.
Lawrence river and across the Atlantic.
The success of the voyage is evidence
that the proposition to establish direct
communication between European and
other ports and Chicago is entirely
Advices received from Stanley Falls
tell of cannibalism among- the na
tives, sDd of an armed expedition
aaiust them. Natives along the Lo
mani river, who had blocked the stream
with hundreds of armed canoes, killed
and ate fifty natives friendly to Eu
ropeans. An expedition composed of
ten Euroncans and fifty Arabs soon
after left "Stanley Falls to punish the
cannibals and after a day's battle suc
ceeded in routing them and occupying
their villages. Hundreds of the rebel
lions natives vcre killed and woanded.
The same advices also state that the
.Bakumas around Stanley Falls are re
saraing to cannibalism and that several
f:them have been court martialed and
NEWS OF THE TVEEK.
Gleaned By Telegraph and Mail.
FEKSON AI, AND POLITICAL.
The mother of Fanny Davenport, the
actress, died recently while undergoing
a surgical operation at Canton, Pa.
There is no truth in the assertion
that Henry M. Stanley and wife have
It is stated in Washington that Col.
W. W. Dudley will probably resign as
treasurer of the Republican national
committee during the meeting in Phil
adclphia. The monument to Gen. Stonewall
Jackson was unveiled at Lexington,
Va,, on the 21st, the thirtieth anniver
sary of the battle of Manassas.
Hon. Jekrv Simi-son, of Kansas,
spoke at Birmingham, Ala., to a good
audience. He made a speech against
both the old parties. He declared that
John Sherman was the arch enemy of
the human race and the alliance had
determined to defeat him in Ohio.
France docs not take bold with anj'
vim the idea of her exhibit at the Co
lumbian exposition at Chicago. Lead
ing merchants took occasion to advert
unfavorably to recent tariff legislation.
Lielt.-Col. J. E. Tourtelotte. for
merly Gen. Sherman's chief of staff,
died at his home in LaCrosse, Wis., re
cently. Emi'EROK William of Germany re
cently ascended Cape North, the north
ernmost point of Europe, on the ex
tremity of the island of Magero, separ
ated from the mainland of Norway by
a narrow channel.
The Japanese government has ap
pointed commissioners to the world's
Ex-Go v. David S. Walker, of Flor
ida, is dead.
The shah of Persia is very ill.
Bev. C. II. Si'Uhoeon shows signs of
The agents of the Chilian congres
sional party in Washington discredit
the report of recent engagements off
Huasco and also the report that the
Esmeralda fired on the French vessel
James C Ferguson, formerly presi
dent of the board of trade of Indian
apolis Ind, died at San Jose, CaL, re
cently. The education bill has passed the
third reading in the British house of
Minnesotians propose to try to raise
S100.000 additional for the world's fair
Dom Pedro, ex-empcror of Brazil, is
able to leave his bed in his residence in
M ISCELLAN EO U.S.
The Merchants' National bank of
Fort Worth, Tex., has suspended. As
sets reported ample.
The news that the intruder hunt in
the Chickasaw country would be aban
doned has been confirmed.
One man was killed and several bad
ly injured by a cave-in at the Pinctucky
coal mines, near Anniston, Ala.
A Buenos Ayres letter says: "In
tense distress prevails here among the
poor. Men aru frequently seen picking
food from offal heaps. Business people
blame English bankers for their policy
of propping the Barings and thus pro
tracting the crisis."
President Bai.maceda, it is report
ed, has had shot at Valparaiso, Richard
Commiug, the son of an Englishman,
who was born in Chili.
Sam Fulliam, a negro, has been
hanged by a mob at Shelbyvillc, Ky.,
for assaulting tho wife of Thomas
Glenn, a farmer.
A parachute jumper named Love
fell 250 feet at Indiauapolis, Jnd. -No-bones
were broken but ho was terribly
Three laborers were killed on the
Atlantic fc Danville railway, Mecklen
burg county, Va. They were on a
handcar and failed to get out of the
way of a train.
Six lives were lost by the wreck of
the steamer Circe on Auticosti island in
the mouth of the St Lawrence.
The hull of the Anchor line steamer
Utopia, which was wrecked at Gibral
tar some months ago, has been safely
lodged on the beach. The skeletons of
nine grown up males and several
children have been found on the
A statement prepared at the treas
ury department shows that the receipts
from customs at the port of New York
during tho first twenty days of July
were $d,715,4S7, or Stf.2S5,551 less than
the receipts at the same time during
the corresponding period of last year.
The receiver has again failed to dis
pose of the huge Whitcly reaper works
at Springfield, O.
The steamer George Law, which runs
from Philadelphia to Gloucester, col
lided with the Lincoln park steamer
Georgiana at the mouth of the Schuyl
kill river. One man was fatally in
jured and the Georgiana was laid up
Yellow fever has broken out among
the crew of the British ship Nigretia,
which arrived at Pensacola, Fla., July
14 from Vera Cruz. One death is re
ported, that of George Rowan, an en
gineer of London, Eng.
The Hall-Fitzsimmons prize fight at
St Paul, Minn, was declared off in
consequence of the general objection
and the order of Gov. Merriam calling
out the militia.
The Kimball-Champ Investment Co.,
of Council Bluffs, la., has assigned.
The capital stock was S300.000.
Judge Wallace, of New York, has
granted an order suspending the writ
of injunction obtained by the Edison
Electric Light Co. against the United
SUites Electric Light Co. for a term of
six months by the filing by the United
States company of a sufficient bond to
protect the Edison company.
Everything was at a standstill in the
Vuuwert (O.) yards because of a strike
The Big Feur switchmen at Spring
field, O., were still on a strike. Most
of the men were non-union and the
Switchmen's association held aloof.
Gov. Stone and Adjutant-Gen. Henry
went to Vicksburg to see if they could
do anything toward settling the labor
troubles agitating the people of that
There is a strike among the miners
at most of the coal mines in the Indian
territory. All of the men at Hunting
ton, Ark., and at McAlester, I. T., have
The Master Tailors' association has
deciaed to resort to a general lockout
in Great Britain unless the strike in
Liverpool ceases within a week.
A specific duty of eleven cents a kilo
gramme has been imposed on all lard
imported into Peru.
Alx. the franchises, tracks, equip
ment, etc., of the Detroit (Mich.) city
railway, controlling eighty miles of
streets, have been sold. The consider
ation was said to be about 5,000, 000,
Pbof. Koch has resigned all the
public offices held by him. This step is
associated with supposed disappoint
ment over the unsatisfactory results of
the discovery of "tuberculin."
A terrible thresher explosion oc
curred recentl von James Durbin's farm
near Litchfield, Ky. Three men were
killed and five dangerously injured.
The citizens of Washington are m
the field for the grand army encamp
ment in 1892.
Thousands of aces of farm lands
were laid waste by hail ia North Da
kota and Minnesota.
Great damage has been'done in Mo
ravia and Silesia by floods. A train
was wrecked and many were hurt
The preliminary examination of
James Brcnnan resnltcd ia his being
committed for trial for the murder of
gam Wood at Hagoton, Kan.
Two murders similar in character to
those perpetrated by Jack the Ripper ;
have occurred ia Marseilles, a man
giving an Italian name twice took rooms
accompanied by a womaa. and in eah
case the woman was afterwaajfoud
murdered, having been strangled aad
then mutilated. -
.limni- MViKav. the alliance iadare o
. ..- .r tr
Harper county, nan., was uniaym, w
fore Judge Horton, who reprimanded
him for his action in the HoaeyweH
case, .but delayed action until Septem
ber. Feed C Havemeyek, who established
the great Jlavcmeyer sugar refineries,
is dying at Throggs Neck, L. I. He is
tho father of Henry O. and Theodore
Havemeycr, the leading spirits in the
sugar trust He is 85 years old.
The official census of France shows
a total of 38,097,159. This is an in
crease since the last census of 203,584.
The increase is entirely in the suburban
The dairy cows in Sussex county, N.
J., are dying from a disease which has
puzzled every onc-
The boiler at Lee's sawmill at Nin
eveh Junction.near Binghamton, N. Y.,
exploded recently. Three men, James
Shaw, Fred Wheeling and M. Markham
were instantly killed.
Charles Ozhurn, a wholesale com
mission merchant was banged at At
lanta, Ga., for the murder of a man
named Bradley. Great efforts were
made to save Ozburn from the gallows
Seven children of French-Canadian
parents were drowned the other day in
the lower St Lawrence.
S. A. Kean. the bankrupt banker of
Chicago, will pay 35 cents on the dollar.
A drunken soldier, armed with a
sword, recently ran amuck in the
streets of Fosen (Prussian Poland),
killing a Catholic priest and a physician
before he could be overpowered.
TnE troubles at Briceville and Coal
Creek, Tenn., ended amicably on the
24th, the miners agreeing not to molest
the convicts and to await relief through
a special session of the legislature.
There was an anti-Jewish riot re
cently at Jaffa, which was crowded
with exiled Jews from Russia. Several
of the Jews were killed by the Turks.
The immense woolen mill of Camp
bell & Elliott, Philadelphia, was re
ccntlj' destroyed by fire. The loss was
about S700, 000.
Aliiert Hamiston, son of Rev. J. A.
Hamiston, and William Ewing, both
young married men, of Greenville, 111.,
sought shelter under a tree from a
storm, where they were struck by
lightning and killed.
The tower of a church in course of
erection nt Szalatina, Hungary, fell the
other day, killing sixteen of tho work
men. The first heavy ordnance twelve-inch
rific gun designed forcoast defense and
made in New York state, was fired at
Sandy Hook for the first time with sat
isfactory results. With 250 pounds of
powder it hurled a 2,000 pound shot
five miles. The gun will use 440 pounds
of powder and throw a 2,000 pound shot
Secretary ok Agriculture Rusic
denies that he has issued any quaran
tine laws discriminating against Ten
nessee, as was alleged.
The master plumbers of Boston have
decided not to increase the wages of
journeymen, and n strike is expected.
The striko at the Allegheny Besse
mer steel works, Duquesnc, I'a , has
been declared off, the men giving up
Large credits have been assigned to
the district of Zcmstvos, Russia, with the
object of meeting distress arising from
the failure of the harvest To further
aid the impoverished people the time
for the payment of taxes has been ex
tended and public subscriptions for
their relief have been opened.
The Russian government, it has been
learned, has made large purchases of
corn and is storing the grain for future
supplies. The rise in the prices for
corn in Germany, it is alleged, is partly
due to the wholesale buj'ing of this
cereal by the Russian authorities.
Alexander Chvmrkrs and wife, of
Larimer, Pa., were struck by a train
while walking on the Pennsylvania
tracks and were thrown down an
embankment Mrs. Chambers was
killed, but her husband was only
At Morehcad, Ky., Deputy United
States Marshal George Armstrong was
shot and killed by Constable Simms, of
that place. Armstrong wa passing
through Morehcad with a party of
moonshine prisoners, and while stop
ping over night became involved in a
quarrel with Simms.
Mrs. Susan M. Key, wife of Bishop
J. S. Key of the Methodist Episcqpal
church south, died at Eureka Springs,
Ark., recently of heart trouble. She
has been an invalid for several years.
The Columbia Oil Co., with an im
mense plant at 44 to 54 Erio street, Chi
cago, and with branches at Memphis
and Owatonna, Minn., after a brief ex
istence of six weeks has collapsed.
The three plants were worth $1,000,000.
Henry M. Stanley, the explorer,
has met with a serious accident Ac
cording to information from Muerrcn,
in the Alps, where Mr. Stanley is stay
ing with his wife, the explorer has
fractured his left ankle bone by acci
dentally slipping while mountain climb
Clearing house returns for the week
ended July 25 showed an average de
crease of 2.0 compared with the cor
responding week of last year. In New
York the decrease was 15.6.
The pope has approved of the exhi
bition of the "holy coat" at Treves and
has sanctioned the forgiveness of the
sins of pilgrims journeying there.
Three steamers, each with 900 pilgrims,
have arrived from America.
Two excursion cars on the Cincinnati,
Hamilton A Dayton were wrecked by
a freight train crushing into them at
Middletown, near Dayton, O., on the
night of the 25th. Three persons were
instantly killed and a' large number
Euvloyes thrown out of work be
cause of dull times caused by the Mc-
Kinley law set fire to a cork factory at
Evora, Portugal. Great damage was
Ralvs have fallen in northwest India,
averting the famine that was feared.
Two excursion trains met in collision
at St Mande. France, on the 20th.
Forty-nine persons were killed and 100
A distinct shock of earthquake was
felt at Kvansville, Ind., on the night of
the 20th, extending into Kentucky.
Much alarm was caused.
RiciiAKO Nkwcombe, the well-known
New York lawyer, is dead.
By the collapse of the condensers at
the chemical works at Gateshead, Eag.,
six men hare beca crushed to death.
The lake schobaer Helena was cask
and one seamaa tost ia a collision with
a steaaMr aear Saalt fete. Xarie. Mich.
Attempts by unknown parties hare
been made on the lives of Maaa Coa-
stans and M. EUeaae aad M. Treille.
Freach govcnMaatotf ctala. 'Fahaaamte
powder wastconswalaa ia packagca re
scmbliag SoatalaCataoUc prayer hooka.
NEBRASKA STATE NiWR
JERKr Hutchinson, a noted pioneer,
died at Plattamouta the other day at
taeage of 83. " ? ' 1
, Tas other day William .XcTarlana,
anOmahahaW driver, was killed by
the kick oioii of his horses. !
Txkkk ave'jet over 13,008,000 acres of
anintprored land in the state, only 10,
, acres beams; aadsr plow. -
The other- day Jightam3ftwfckJay
Merrill's barn aear Columbus, killing
three hogs and bmrneeTtne sheds.
A xhamp, aiding,, in 'a carof lam her
-was badly aqjaacjad at Weeping AyaUr
the other day, Vat fcc will recover.
Tax Boeae WninioBwill ba
held at St. Edward. aWaUmber 15, so
and 27, and a great time is expected.
West Point was completely flooded
by a recent heavy rain. Cellars were
filled with water, aadvmuch damage
done to property.
Tuxeatlre fire department of Chad-
ron turned out the other day and made
a gallant run to cxtingnih a-fire whieh
was discovered to be a locomotive on
the Fremont, Elkhorn it Missouri Val
ley road about two-mi!eaway. t
While tiling was being placed in a
well at Hartington tlie other day the
sides caved in,.burybag Nepali Tate under
ten feet of sand, thirty feet from the sur
face, lie was dead when taken out
He leaves a wife and five small chil
The other evening a terrible explo
sion of a locomotive occurred in the
Burlington & Missouri railroad round
house at Plattsmouth. The concussion
was felt aU overyjc city. Charles
Hazemcyer, an engineer, and John
Hardman were killed and several other
men were seriously injured.
George P. Baldwin, a farmer resid
ing near Liberty, was recently murder
ously assaulted by his hired man, Dave
Hicks, who struck him over tho head
and then cut his throat, almost sever
ing his jugular vein. Hicks then
mounted one of his victim's horses and
escaped. It was thought Baldwin could
It is reported that G. Gerber, of
Omaha, a naturalized citizen of the
United States, who returned to Russia
for his family, has been seized by au
thority of tho czar, exiled to Siberia
and his property confiscated. The
charge against him was that he fled to
the United States. Ho has resided at
Omaha five years.
The creamery capacity of the state is
5,000 pounds of butter per day. Flour
ing mills have a capacity of 40,000 bar
rels per day. The two sugar-beet fac
tories have a capacity of 40,000 pounds
per day, and the twenty fruit and vege
table canneries put up yearly 15,000,
000 cases. The state has 110,000 acres
of cultivated timber, 2,00'i.OOO apple
trees, l.SOO.OOO peach trees, 237,000
cherry trees and 215,000 grape vines.
The business men of Omaha who
have takon the most active part in ef
forts to secure the National Grand
Army of the Republic encampment for
1802 have decided to organize us a stock
company, tho receipts from the sale of
stock to be used for the promotion of
tho desired object Accordingly they
have incorporated as the National
Grand Army of the Republic Encamp
ment association. The authorized cap
ital is ST5.O00, divided into shares of $25
each. It is proposed to raise at least
S25.000 in thus manner.
While recently playing near tho
cleaning department of the Lyons roller
mills the clothing of the ten-year-old
son of William Brink caught on the
line shaft of the cleaner, whirling him
around it with frightful velocity. The
waste box of the cleaner is located
about sixteen inches from tho line
shaft and at cver3' revolution of the
shaft the boy's head and shoulders
struck against the box with terrible
force. Tho lad was considered to be
The countj" clerks of eight counties
failed to send in abstracts of assess
ment to the state auditor within the
prescriled time. This neglect seriously
interferes with the auditor in compiling
the grand assessment roll and delays
the work of the state board of equaliza
tion in making the state levy. The
counties delinquent were: Banner,
Blaine, Box Butte, Dawes, Garfield,
Loup and Platte. The law requires that
all these abstracts of assessment should
be in the auditor's office on July 10.
Dukino a recent storm lightning
struck the farm residence of Jerry
Carson, southwest of Hartington, se
verely iujuring Carson and his wife and
child. All three occupied the same bed
and were so severely stunned that it
was some time before- they recovered
consciousness. Carson first regained
his senses and labored for a long time
with his wife before she was restored.
The hair was all burned from the right
side of her head and her body was a
mass of blisters and blackened flesh.
Her recovery is doubtful.
Hon. John C Watson, chairman of
the republican state central commit
tee, it is stated, is inclined to believe
that the republican party should place
a candidate in the field for governor at
the fall election, notwithstanding the
decision of the supreme court that
Thayer virtually holds over for two
years. It is thought the alliance will
put a candidate in the field, and the
opinions of lawyers are varied as to
what is the proper course to pursue,
Mr. Watson is reported as saying that
he will soon call a meeting of the state
committee and then the matter can be
thoroughly discussed as to whether or
not the office of governor should be in
serted in the call.
The other night as the train with
Van Amburgh show on board was pull
ing into Gordon, George S. Newton, one
of the brakemen, lost his balance from
the top of the car and fell between the
freight cars and the passenger coach.
The rear car ran over and killed him.
He left a wife and three children ia
Alrert Hollino, 13 years old, was
recently drowned while bathing in the
Blue river, near Crete, while bathing.
The barn of William HalL six miles
west of Nelson, was struck by lightning
during a late storm and barncd. Five
horses, three mules, baggy, harness aad
a wagon were burned.
Arrangements are being made for
holding a big shooting tournament in
Hastings some time during August or
Wayne Golden, a young Cass connty
farmer, fell on a scythe lately and cut
his leg so badly- that he will probably
be a cripple for life.
A drunken' man tried to drive a team
across the railroad bridge at Beatrice,
but the horses fell between the striag
erand the driver landed in jaiL
The educational system of .the state,
including the university and normal
schools, comprises 5,740 school houses
valued, with sites aad apparatus, at 54,-
During a late storm the barn of Saw
uel Grossley, near Aurora, was strack
by lightning and consumed, together
with contents, iocladiag a team, of
horses and buggy.
Some weeks ago the sereataea-jear-ald
son pi Op. A. JT. Barr. of-Seahat-
hktenfftT the tk W
Be wanders! away,fj
his mother tracked
'K.f -3i-J t.
I bedy was soon recoTcreoV
- " " -fcr "v yy
aim tifetfce creak.
FAILURES IN THREE STATES.
CraaMeraata Pcr Ja MImmH aad
Kaaaaa a a lacrw la ?tnatka.
Kansas Crrr. Ma, Jary 24 Brad
street's raaorts for the fi Q aH tha
of the prawn t year shjaasbmc sarprkt
iag aad eacouragisjr facts for Kansaa
and Itiaavurb., Hr. Halbert Houghton,
saaaajgteadeBt of Bradstreet's agency
iafaMcity. was struck br the figures
'shown by a comparison of tbafessinws
failares ia different- states in 1SJ1 with
the'faOaras in 1809. The number of
failures, Mr. Hoaghton says, is an
questionably a true Index of the stabil
ity and prosperity of a state, few
failares mesa good crops, good prices
and general confidence Many failures
ssean just the opposite.
The rcjaarkahla feature ia the cohb
pariaoa nf ' Viwaar ami Missouri with
other states ia taa matter of Increase or
decrease of failares is that these two
states aot only show up better than
those further cast or north, but make a
much better showing than the other
For the first six months of 1S01 Mis
souri had l.r0 failures against210forthe
eorresfonding period in 19W. ThLrwas
a decrease of 25 per cent In other
words there were one-fourth more fail
ures iujthe first six mouths of 1S90 than
in 1W1. In Kansas there were 173 fail
ures in IKK) and 100 in 191. Here is al
so a good decrease of misfortune. Ne
braska shows up on the other side of
the line. In lS'JO "there were irS fail
ures and in IS91 there were 2S3.
All these figures are for the first
six months'of the year mentioned. Ne
braska, therefore, shows au increase of
over 100 per cent in the number of fail
ures. These figures are given without
a comparison of the numberof business
houses in the several states, but when
it is remembered that Missouri has 45,
000 names Kansas 25,700 and Nebraska
19,400 it is seen that the proportion of
sueessful business enterprises is still
greater in Kansas and Missouri Texas,
with her 28,800 names had 252 failures
in 1891 and 179 in 1890, showing a big
increase in that state also. Colorado
had 95 failures in 1691, against to fail
ures in 1S90. Iowa had 129 in 1891
against 118 in 1890. Utah had 34 in 1891
und 8 in 189a
MUST BE OBEYED.
The Supreme Court of Kaiisaa Shown That
It Is Superior to a District Court anil Its
Mandates Must lie Oheyed.
Toi'EKA, Kan., July 24. Chief Jus
tice Horton and Associate Judges Val
entine and Johnson, severely repri
manded G.W.McKay.tho Harper county
alliance judge, yesterday afternoon,
placed him on his good behavior and
continued the case against him for con
tempt until September, when, if he
does not further interfere with tho or
ders of the supreme court he will be
permitted to go without punishment.
A. M. Mackey, one of the attorneys
for the st'ite in the Botkin impeachment
trial, appeared for tho defendant Mar
tin C. Keclcr, whom Judge McKay de
sired to retain, declining to act Ho
attempted to just'fy Judge McKay by
quoting an old statute for his authority
for taking the course in direct opposi
tion to the orders issued by the supreme
Chief Justice Horton destroyed this
by citing a decision of the supreme
court, which held that the statute re
lied upon did not nppty to cases of the
character of the one under considera
tion. Judge llorton then announced that
the court had reached a decision. He
said: "Acting on the theory that Judge
McKay Issued his orders in good faith
the proceedings in the ca.se of contempt
will be continued till the first day of
September term of this court Judge
McKay can protect the propertj- in tho
hands of the receiver and monc3' real
ized from the sale of any of it
must be taken charge of by
him, but he can not turn
it over to the guardian or tho probate
court If this order is obeyed this mat
ter can bo settled with little difficulty,
but if there is an intimation thnt it is
being disobeyed tho defendants will
understand that the supreme court of
Kansas has power to punish, no matt -r
whether the party is district judge,
guardian or other person. Court Is now
TO HOLD THE WHEAT.
Thel'armcr.' Alliance S.iitl to lip Knclnrrr
tag a Vast Srlirinr.
St. 1'aui., Minn., July 24 St Paul
has been made the headquarters of a
national movement by the United Farm
ers' Alliance of the country to corner
the entire wheat crop of the United
States. At No. .117 Wabash street for
several days a large force of employes
has been engaged in sending out circu
lars with the view of having not only
the alliance men of the United States,
but all classes of farmers, keep back
their wheat crop until the bears have all
been killed off and prices ha re been ad
vanced to a high point In other words,
the alliance press bureau, the reform
press bureau and state press bureau are
working together, endeavoring to unite
farmers of the United States in a gi
gantic wheat trust in which the pro
ducers shall be the stockholders and by
which the speculators and wheat buy
ers will lc squeezed to the wall.
At the head of the movement which
has its headquarters in St 1'aul, Is
George M. Muller, editor of the State,
and a prominent alliance man. A cir
cular reciting the benefits of combina
tion and urging the formation of the
"trust" has been made public.
found to H Colnr-Htind.
Washixgtox, July 21. Lieut John
F. Mciggs, of the United Ftates navy,
son of the old quartermaster-general,
is to be retired. He tands exceedingly
well as an expert in ordnance matters,
and was recently ordered before a
board to be examined for promotion.
Then, strange to tell, a discovery was
made which showed that he was tech
nically disqualified to remain in the
service- He was color-blind. This was
unknown to himself as well as to the
department He has been in the navy
twenty-nine years, thirteen of them at
sea, and never felt the defect in his
Terrible Tkreaaer xploio.
Litchfield. Ky., Jnly 24. A disas
trous explosion occurred yesterday on
James Durbin farm in Edmonson
connty. The boiler of a steam thresher
exploded when surrounded by men aad
quickly transformed a pleasant harvest
scene into one of death. Three mea
were killed and five .perhaps fatally
injured. Thrkilled are; James Durbts,
Will Basham. John Massy. Those
dacgeroasly hurt are Peter Pierce. Kit
Yates, John Blaatoa, Oliver Phelps,
Thomas L5ndsay. The explosion is
supposed to have been caasedbythe
water being too low in' the boiler.
. Cara Mat lonfT, X. J.. Jaly 34.
Secretary Faster arrived at Cape May
yesterday morning, aad after register
tag at a hotel there, drove orer to ace
the presideat The secretary dtaed
with the presideat aad speatsome time
discassiag baaiacss of the departmest
ETASSTTtxa. Isdl, Jaly 24. Nelaoa
Xorria Ml Ca, the great meat dealers of
Chicago, after a loag aad bitter sgkt
,wkh the laeal batchers aad drovers as
atsciatioa, have a Wadoaed thk ii U
GEWBER'S MA WD FATE.
A KataraMavsJ Aiaaaliaa toaiWJ WHfc
Chalaa mm CiliaM to Mlwrte.
Omaha. NekJaly 25. Accordiar'to
a letter receive here by Abe GoTiktela,
a well known cltiscB, G. Gerber, who
has lived ia Omaha for the past i
yean, has been ex Had to Siberia by
Kassian astaoriuea Gerber ,:Jt
last March to Mysxyagaf aear
the Genaaa frostier, his na
tive tewa ia PoUad, for the par
foss ef retarahsg with hk family, who
aad reaalaed ia the eld country. His
paaaraace m tha little town cxdtrd
sasaisiba aad his arrival seoa reached
taaears pt the authorities. Fearing
arrest by the aiiaioas of the autocrat
of all the Raasians, Gerber sVd across
the frontier into a aelghboriafGerauia
province. Events proved that his fears
were well grounded. T
A demand was made upon the author
ities of the Germs town In which Ger
ber had taken refage sad be was turned
over to the emissary of the cxar, who
took him in chains to Myszyuga. where
he was tried on the charge of running
away to America. Gerber claimed to
be a citizen of the United States
and showed papers proving that
he was a naturalized citizen,
but in spite of these he was sentenced
to imprisonment for one year in jail at i
Ltomzy, the capital of the province, and
afterward to bo banished to Siberia for
five years and his property contlscatrtL
Gerber was reported to bo well pro
vided with this world's good and had
intendedto return to Oraahn and set up
BURNING THE BROOKLYN1.
An Old M'arehlp With a HUtnrjr liurlng tt
Civil War Clearixt Awajr.
Bo.-nrox, Mavs,, July 24. Nutt Island,
off Houghxneck, was the f-ccno of an
interesting spectacle yesterday. Tho
old war ship Brooklyn was set on fire
ami while the tlatnes ate away the old
vessel the imaginative spectator saw a
romance of American history finished
before him. She was built in lsS at
tho ship3ard.s of Wcstervelt .t Co. of
New York, and was a sister ship of old
Hartford, Pensacola, Richmond and Lan
caster. When the civil war broke out
she was one of the few government ve
sols fit for service. The Brooklyn took
part in the blockade of New Orleans
aud was the next ship to Farragtit's
flagship, the Hartford, in the memora
ble ascent of the Mississippi and tho
capture of Now Orleans. On this ex
pedition she came into violent collision
with the Kinea. and after clearing her
self she received a heavy fire from Fort
St l'hilln. At Fort Fisher the Brook
lyn did effective service. She after
? . I .sfbi I tiliAttint dk riikln .
the Alabama. When last in commls- , ,.,f lC mion of dollan of tank
sion she was with the Asiatic squad- f nmJ aorigna-nl ,,..,., mortgage and
ron. On her return trip from (hint . t,lof 0Wl.lw.e of debt Usticd by IndU
slm broke her mam shaft and had to ,.,... ,. ,. ,,.. ,, ,
she broke l.er mam M.all ana i.a.i w
make the passage to New ork by sail.
taking 1 lJ days for the trip. From
New York she went to I'ortsmnutl
Va., where in the latter part of Ins'J
she was condemned by the United
States commissioners as unfit for sea
service. She was bought by Thomas
Butler &. Co., of this city, and brought
Tli ci CoeiTlct .Mining Trouble
Kxoxvil.t.r, Teiin., July 25. The hit
uation yesterday morning looked to
thore on the inside more tiangerons
than at any time since the beginning of
the Briceville agitation, and cool headed
men in Knoxvillc wore grave counte
nances. In the afternoon, however,
the miners' committee met In a room in
the Lamar house, and in half an hour
the trouble was ended, although it was
later in the day when the fact became
Hon. Dennis Leahy, at the beginning
of the session, presented the draft of a
scries of resolutions which were unan
imously received These were present
ed to tho Knoxvillc committee of citi
zens and by them approved and signed
Audience was then had with Gov. Bu
chanan and Attorney-General PlckcL
To sa3' that the opportunity to obtain
peace without bloodshed was jumped
at puts the thing mildly, for a "love
meeting" followed in which all took
The basis of settlement is that the con
vict, are to be permitted to work with
out Interference until the legislature
can be convened In extra e.s.sion and
takes action in thu matter. Tho miners
in the meantime will not interfere and
the militia are to be withdrawn.
MILL IN FLAMES.
A IIuKe Woolen ami Cotton Concern ' .
Pini.AHKi.nilA, July 25. Tho im
mense cotton and woolen mill of Camp
bell fc Elliott at Washington avenue
and Twelfth street was completely de
stroyed by fire last night The Io Is
estimated at between SV, 000 and $750,
000, and Is believed to be covered by
Insurance. Both members of the firm
reside in the country, and accurate
figures arc not obtainable
The fire was one of the fiercest ever
seen in this city. The building extend
ed alout 200 feet on Washington ave
nue and the same distance on Twelfth
street and was filled with inflammable
material, and when the flames got a
good headway but little effort was
made to check them, the efforts of the
firemen being directed to saving sur
rounding property. Assisted by volun
teers they succeeded in confining the
fire to the mill property.
Over 450 men. women and children
arc thrown out of work by the destruc
tion of the mills.
rialay Tot.l To On.
Wasiu.noto.s;, Jnly 25. The commls-'
sionerof Indian affairs yesterday com
pleted consideration of tbe report made
by Capt E. A. Penny, of the Unit-d
States arrav. agent at Pine Kklge
Indian agency, in reference to the
charges made against James A. Fla
lay. of Kansas City. Ma. post trader
at tbe former place. As a result of the
examination, and upon circamstancial
evidence alone, the commissioner said
that he had scat Mr. FiaJay word to
close ap his baslecs at llae I'Aige aad
get oat riadlay was accaseaot na
morality which jesaltcd- ia the death
from abortJoB of a yoaag wostaa.
To t t ta Twprk u,
MnrxEArous, MJaa Jaly 25. The
Gcseral Grand Chapter. Royal Arch
Masoas. yesterday seraiag elected
John P. Horner, of New Orleans, graad
high priest for the cassis trieaalal
neriod. Yesterday afteraooa the visit
ors were sbowa xrrtx Miaaeapo& aad ta
day over St PanL The eoarocaUoa anrl
probably aet sdjoara before to-morrow.
Wedsesday the geacral
graad chapter adopted a rltaal, th rt
complete oae it ia evcrhsr Three
haadred delegates are preea It wa
decided to hold the next eoaveatioa ia
Topeka, Kaa fas Jaly. 134.
Ii jliaala'a Cr l r ay
Hjcaxisaca?, Pa.. Jsly 25. Secre
tary EWhreT of the state board of azri
caltare, yterdar huaed a balletia
aaowia? the coadiUoa aad prospect of
the season's crop. He say wheat will
he the largest crop foe a aamber ef
years, aad may he safely estimated at
.5Sa.sa bsahels. It Is toe sooa. he
says, to make say safe predictios re
ftrMmg eate, hC frees the data ia
aaad he thiaks k will he aa average
crop. Potatoes wfil prove aa cxceUeat
exoo shoald they escape See away
aewers. Be srtimstst 1L.
Tka KaacaUv C-atHle mt tfc Frl
rartr lSM a "'
Mtr.WArKKic Jalr SO. The address
a w. .il,uu1 .mtir committee-
v. mmIi.' nartv fcaa ltt--Met Out by
5retary ScaMis. IstarU out with
the laformaUoa that Ue lisie which
try men's sols arc here once taom
The deceadanU oi British torie and
ether Kwropean and American capital-
Uta have "bound the country in enam.
The ileclaratkm of ladepcatleBco from
BritUh arrogance aceU to No aupple
meatcd by a declaration of lndcpen.1
eace from the power of coaccatratcd
wealth; the political tadepcadenee j
cralaMi hv lha revolutionist b bat a
aaam ualeaa oar coaatry caa secure la
The addrcn enlarges oa tho subtle
power of money to oppress the poor
n,( thrn ilwlirrs the railroad of the
country arc capitalized at y.MXW.OOO.OOi.
and the great majority of their tock !
held by people In Kngland and other
foreign countries who havo no more in-
terct In the United State than th
vampire has In lt victim.
At & reasonable investment foreign-
ers have invested $IO.ooo,oo0.ooO In our
country, What value havo they given
us In return? They did not give us
gold or silver because thoc metals
have been carried abroad by the .ship
load and are inincd here, not In
Kurope. To get this valuable proertT
the.se foreigners havo merely loaned us
their credit in bank cheeks, drafts and
notes, and they are paylug these with
the divhlends they draw from our people.
Comparing the foreign capital Invested
here with the total' wealth of the coun
try the address says that reckoned at
compound interest the former will
reach tho amount represented by the
latter In less than twelve years. Tho
statement U made that the Western
Union Telegraph Co. Is capitalized nt
$yo.OW,000 and uiukc 5 per cent, but
that it plant could bo duplicated with
$!5.000.(KH. showing that tho actual
rate of interest Uv 3t per cent, and that
the same applies to many other corpor
ations. The x)licy of the government in pay
ing high premiums for money to take
up bond not due, ho a to dispose of
the accumulation of the treasury, I de
nounced, and reference Is made to tho
inability of the treasury department to
redeem J.M), 000,000 of V$ per cents about
The address htntes that the treasury
contains STSO.OOO.OOO, but thnt the bank
en who control the department fear
the release of $.iO,0OU,00O would break
down the money market and eas the
grip that unproductive capital ha upon
rWBU art-gootl c
tonol nmj xw
fVSUl.a by all the
iltuiiiiiv a jyiAAi viv-a ' ivi .--
usurers, paper notes
by till the. people jointly hi the
form of government notch are Iwlter.'
The auurc.ss then call lor the con
trol of tho telegraph by tlm jcoplo tho
same as the posta"bystcm, and My.the
people's party doe.s not propose to stop
at the reform proposed in the platform,
as it is n progressive organisation.
Tli Ili-Soiutor crlarr KnipliullrHlly
That llr llrloiiK to llo ItrpulilUan
Atchi.sov, Kan., July 21 Kx-Senator
John J. lugalls ha. addressed the
following letter to the .Manhattan
(Knn.) Nationalist in reply to mi in
quiry about the nuthentlcilv of an in
closed quotation imputed to him: "Ab
sence from home will explain and I
trust excuse the delay of my reply to
yours of the 1st inst The quotation U
not mine. 1 am, as I have Wen from
the birth of the party, u republican.
"It Is not a perfect political organiza
tion, but It Is the 1cst there is or hns
been or will be till the sheep and the
i;oats are separated nt the last day It
has had some bad men, but tt is record
ed of the twelve Peterdenled hi Master
and .Indus ltotmycd Him. It has com
mitted errors and made mistakes, but
nothing human Is exempt from infirm
ity. "No other party in thUor any other
country ln the present or a previous
aire has ever ejertcd iuifueueu o
enormous and o tteneflcial upon tho
essential nature of the government and
the destiny of mankind. It Is th cus
todian of the polilieal and oefal idea
for which the exile of Jamestown and
Plymouth sought a nevr world, wrote
the declaration of independence and
built upon the foundation stone of Hl
crty, juathy and equality, the sovereign
ty of the iK'opIe and the brotherhood of
man. It represents now, a heretofore,
the conscience, the courage and the
conviction of American citlen. repre
sents Mrial order, progrc. individual
growth and national glory a opposed
: iiiut irni(w'n ii nuxrcnj
and the cma-culatcil reverie of pater
nalism on whatever pretext they may
be supported, whatvrr dignU thry
may assume, whatever mask they may
"Every age has It duties. Th old
issues have disappeared. New ques
tion arc presented, arising from the
unequal distribution of the harden,
the benefits and the privilepr of o
ciety. That ihee will b conldrcd
and aijusted by the republican party.
a it has hitherto dealt with alarerr,
polygamy, vcelon, reronstrectlon.
the currency and the tariff. I a-a confi
dent To doobt this would be to deny
the logic of history and to diprsgff
the intelligence and patriotism of the
Valhr at yhr V fa-a4L
PLATTsvomt Neb. July 23,i-Jrrj
flatchjasoa ilinl yctrdar aetj d H
was a member ef the fsmen "Kock
Blaffs cJrctlea hoanl wheaf Jfehraaka
was a4ittd a a statu. He thought
lessly took tbe ballet box home with htm
wacahe wenttodiaacr os electla day.
aaaahat actio was the haaiaof saeied
cowtVsU lt wai fennel that C nor-U
BhaSswas ceawteJ the aeeroMtits
thM weeJd be dcfeaWr aad KWra4s
rcmala a territory, Wlllt Polbrsgrr.
aa able lawver. aarcecded harLa? tin
I Rock Blsff total throws oct thw
sdojrtJsg th constrtatltm, which r
taited h the admisskm of the state.
Tru ris'rhri-l VT- '
St Pjcu Mta-. Jaly . The Hatl-
Fitzslamoasght mAaoumceJ forlatj
arav wa sermaisy GrtixtK- .
A coserasee Vctrweea the aaaaaaseaai
ol the eatcrtaiaaseat aad Kmt. which
tlosed at J-2 Vcfoek reCaltrd ba
JUda fjecrtvaa em aetoawt &t ikr i
positive actkis f Gorr Xmui
a calliag cm the it militia
to aid the sWri ia esforriag the law
ad his order Sa the aheriJ that the law
saatt be enforced. Tfc nu&c'tit
aw that to attempt ! emnj oat their I
maaa woald prsTffc mrur tmhlr
Ihey postponed the ayst Iz&t adurly.
TS- K1rv imrr.
WufWsTex. ,riy m tt&treiitm
save beca scat ts the eootmaadhtx t
Seer ef the rrrcaae sXcamcr Woedbary
aew Sb the rtdHx Eatfort, 3r-. u.
precetaJ to St &-?. C. It, or the
serpose ef oo-of-rratlg with L'akrd
States CecMd VflI ia aa imirSztkm
yt the reerat seicare ar K:surt cf
erai Aaserleaa sshiac cueU for aa
alleged voailoa ef the Domhsio 9Wh-
sry Jawjs. The rereaa o-Ttn-r Uta-
rtrarted te arrpare charu holar the
?oitioaof each ef the v-rl'a the
usseefths sessare isr eeilar taaifsr
Ua asestisa at WLV
. a.aa lH.lt.rlM Im ff tl M
..,.. r... ..,- ,,. cMHr K
..M.lhir THr Lw All. !
of IVm Julr IX. Siaktmr a t)
. nrront frcilni? conccrnta? lb Mc-
KInlry tariff ami a to whether ihl
fooling would affect tho Trench rx
J altiii t ChWratris, the vlce-prel.lent o!
t xho chamber of commerce of A1cir
MJ,1 that the chamber over which h
j prrfc!ctl pa-cI a
resolution not Jong
aff0 declaring that
the n" McKInley
UritI law "tndr! to render 'ry U1BI
cult if not lrapible alt tnuh botwen
Franco and the United Suuvv
Tho wcretarv of th" chamber of m
tnercp of Bbelmv "For the prcnt at
least the MeKlntey Al U an olaU-ulfl
to tfce particlpativin of oar taamtfaetwr
crs la the Chicago cxhlbUUm. The
fact I clearlr bruuchl t In the rrphr
J vhleh our chamber made whm tho
j minister of eommervo akel rwnitjr
. for ot,r view In regard to th rkfanr
exhibition. The text of that rvpl
, -H follow si "On account of tho almt
' prohibitive dutlr whlca aro laid w
' our manufactures at American porU w
j cjm i iju the- initiative In protnottntr
nn exhibit at Chicago, nor ask wirwer
ci,anv and manufacturer U take part
jn lnc fttlr jui Jf uithln a re oHaalo
j,nijth of time friendlier plr!t Ik
, hown by the American ropuUtta fr
our production, this chamUtr will tiw
W ready to oend the mlUtr'- l
forts. Such l tho wnUiuent In bhta
region and uch UUj ojMWrttea"
The president of tho ahamK'rf mm
mereo of KwttbaU write: "Owr whhw
faeturer and merchant wmild
liked to eo develojHtd tho emmrat
relations letween the United Statoi
and Franco, but thev eotlder tht lam
MeKlnley btli ha aherked all JrH"
It cannot U denied thul th h tartlT
has produced most unfortunate lotpr
tJon throughout our euimuwrvki! wwM.
It I to to feared, thoreforo, that U
Chicago exhibition Mill not hur Um
rverptiott that it would hato hud if thai
unfortunate bill had not Uhh pa!.'
The general ocrrtrtry of tho clmmW
of eomniervo of St Ktlenuo writo: M.
P.lieune. ha always had very lin;rUit
commercial relation with the I'nlUnl
State-, but thee relation ar faUM
ally diminishing or an Upcoming Htorst
ami more diillcult on tieeotitit of tb
e.ecsvo tariffs levied on oar rtUlwiiia
and nllks. It Is not prohabtv that many
of our jttiumfnolurer will stol t
I'hlengtt Our chamber. hoor, vttl
do tt bet to Induce our m.tuufiicUirom
The president of thuohumUw of emit
tuerec of Uoideuux ntU nht invr
the leb'r luMil ome time ago to tha
minister of eommereo lu which new
tht clause: "For mutiy year w Uvo
lccu Calling attention to the. danger
nun to nrl-e In our eomnntkl tvan
turn ollh the United State friMit tha
atsolulely unjust jtrohlUtWoi of lUfa
salt meats. We are not niirprUoo at
the retaliatory measure of tho MICIm
j ley tar I IT.
Tho lee-preldent of th Marcilta
chamber of cotnmereo mmmI a lettor
eriglnully nddr.sel to th iolHWUr af
commerce, in ohleh the MoKlnioyturtK
is warmly condcmiiMl. and thru
"At the request of lb mluUWr of
mervo the chutnl-r h mada Kmwh
through tha uenpspr thot an exhi
bition will Ik held at ihWDfu."
. QUIETING DOWN.
Til TIIIF-M llln- Tf'tlilr AaMuilnT
h lor l'rirt, A ( I - Tl l.g-
In tor i to It i"tt.t In Ktrit -.o.
IvM(tVtct.r, ToiitL. .July -It WW
prettv gineratly derided lal night that
them wa little fear that W-l wwald
hnvu to Ik shed In lb mining region.
Gov. Buehatmu rehl th Hy trr-m
Nashville and a oonab bri-nb f m(I
Ix-gnu liU work of SHUH'thlHg o,t hV
tors. lie first called hia lailttU uOWf
into consultation and JMHod ut their
reMrtr. letter prominent vIUmpm W
Knox villi and MrHtaI frtwad were
udrallted anil tho govtrr lUtoitad U
all siigeslloiift, cvWIetiUy wuMtiai: tho
fullest jHHstble dUeusloii of the 4tta
tion in nit It njcet-.
At H o'eh'k In the aftraoot by aj
Minttueiil tho governor met ll- ein
mltlooof miliars utotttioovd in tJio
dispatcher and the romttlitoii of
n.'isicd by th mliHrni. Tho nirrt
lasted for ererat hour, a-wl at tho o!
he announced that lforo Jo IkoI left
Nashvtllo he htul d'HFhIett to eatl
an extra seuloii of thu legtlttra
and had nlnadr made a ralt for
an elrctlon Ut fill voaanefa In th
leglslatnre. In hi call for a pkU
Mttoii he would emlx-ly a rmkm
tnendatlon to the leglsiattire that th
convict Iriwn ytem l roxllfivl If tml
rrwalel In tlw meanwhile. pnd4na;
the eleetioti, the envht rrotild )
to jr. returned U Ui" BrUvtUe tukm
frwm which ihy had !-i eriet-l If
the miner hotId tt're, twl U mWt
them anlil such time a tho IngMate
could act the militia would beontti .
The comtslttcf; frm th udnr. -thosgh
having power Ut aet cofvrru4-t
that the dwbn of the mrrMr nhmi4
Im laid nfliolally trUirn th? minora aa a
Whole, and the g,rrror wa o h
Vtrt. Bncbanan la !ntiretl In It mi
no otb-r matt can l. tr all the l--l
lawyer twltcve that In ealtUg out the
mllitta he hs exer4wl hi ..Mt-hertt.
The contitatlon of U lat l 7
plainly against him The rUoso re
laxing to too tniiltU W '!! uOUOa
shall not br called into .rri- mtmry
in ca of rr.iUUm or ittrttmttm. seal
th tmlf whath garal -mW
shall declare by law that th wh-ie
' flr1.! rUI ttfnUU
I si-x, Jul W At a Uttoz t
UlUlUm in a th-atrr lu UtwrA U-4
evtfams; hlsvlav who rollri hA
hardly able Ut 4ad. jrtBI -al-I Urn
Mitchell eoitjd 89t hit Uitti In hta,tri4
year Mitchell aogrrvd at k
itordt. ke-ched Mvjn btl Uh tn
Sod f aally t er atnoctg the ao4W
ittriss: the ruwhUrh felt wl Ubb-i
sa4 MssVii mU tlrikinz t
e-rca whH he wm tMl on fa Va
ir7BX to rtt bbvod rirlnf irwm he
i uc sad asoeth. Wh?n Mario rvrahv-4
tWjLag tLs curtain wa Urrt4 a4
lie at vrprafoil
.&; cM rf.UMi.im.
K'ASiAl OTt." Ho. Jaly 2a p.
rT ralrVfa tW w-s n to j-rswWr
AwraJJvt ctmAKSte, lhn ih-rr !
"t-roi foracarly a jer Tt Utel -tw
H a cat of tht rate trom Ur MhwH
rivrr u tie O. . K. acsrmn
at Uetmlt frornf iZ IS v ft. VS. at
thirty day Jkaft aad a tvawwl
est of the rwsad trip rUe Wt-ro
Ja 0ty aad Chlcv by tt AlVw j
tl3 to . Tl-S MM SJ
the actloa of ihm road U
tt Ccatral TratSr stalta Jj jsva
lag a O. A. SL -eeapat rata cf ntsu
cat per mhV Is OhV s4 ltdlxx.
jMr-Mr 3tUm J-U..t.
YAKTOm Js. IX, July 5. Jod;
Wait, A -h cexsaty txwrt, lhve4
the demarrcr to the b-dWtescAt araJmS
Jk Kcowrr. rharj- wlti, ttter
liaor ovatrary U iW ftuttidirf fc.
ThU wa a lt cam 4 the -avea
ar jahDaat la Jalxt
Whe tecfar th ftxAtXhiUr taw tia
esatk4JMMHdL The Loa4o Tratik pruat aaochcr
-r7 f matlmj by th Cufdtrvat
gaant. growUg .l of yard taunia
t the vmperor of GriaAaj rceat
T4t The aathoriUr did nv't Lear taat.
Tre had hens trsaUn.
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