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THE OMAHA DAILY-"BEE : THURSDAY.-'JULY 15. 18S6.
THE RESULTS OF THE TRIAL ,
Auditor Brown Notified of Ilia Acquitttr
and Resumes His Duties ,
THE TRIAL COST OVER 330,000-
Tlio \ olliij ; on tlin UifTeroni Counts In
Detail ( Ji-nln IX-nlcr.a Klcot
Ulllcers ( Jtlior loxvn
Itrown ItesiimcH Ills Ollloe ,
in sMoivi , .hily H.-Seolal [ ] ) Teli-eram
to tin1 Mi i | The Impeachment trial of .lulin
\ , Hi < i\\n niiilitor , Is over and Its verdict Is
nciixiiii , two thlids ot the senate liaviui ;
faiU'il to vole foi uenvlctlon on any one aril-
cl < i the lii'1i'tmi.'iit. '
r.iL-lit wci ks ago to < lnj the trial bc .in. The
oiiil liiint. jtreat relief to moio prisons than
Mi ISiuwn. The moiniiiK of the last day
brought mose visitors than at any time < bir-
Ins the.sessUin. 'I lieuiilei of the spimto ic-
qulicd that a snpaiate toll call should lie tak
en on each ot the tldi ty counts of the Indict
ment , and as there-wore lift ) s-enators it ie-
quired the calling of Iran names. This con-
Hiimcil the whole day and the Intoiest RIOVV
moro Intense as the end approached. The
clerk would read cadi aitlclo ami Lieu
tenant ( lovernor Hull , who pteshluil
over the sennto , would then call
the names , and caeli--onatni would tiso ami
answer Riillty 01 notnullu. When tlie call-
Inir was finished , the prcsiilent would say :
"Senator two-thlids of thishiiily not having
\otcil for convlctlnn. I duclnre that this sen
ate has adjudged .lolin L. Miown not Kiiilty
of the charRi ) contained In this at tide. " Pur-
ItiK the lirst MX roll calls there was nut a sin-
Klo vote lei convli-tlon , but the sevonlhni-
tlcloof IhO Indictment leleired to llrown's al
leged bnliery by the Ilioincr cniint.v b.mk . ,
which ho evamliicil and pioiKiiuirt'd solv
ent and iceclved a loll ol SIOl for Ids ex
penses. On this aitlcle theio vvereten votes
lor conviction as follows : Jilomu , Casey ,
Chuesvboio. Dodge , Doml , Cault , llendei on ,
.lolinson , Uiuleiwood , Wolson. 'llio next ,
iiitldo cl ht , wits fiuhst.uitlally the tame ,
makliiR the eliaiue on slluhtlv dilTorcnt
t'loiinds. On this theie weio eleven
voles foi conviction , the s.itnu pel suns voting
Kiillty as before , except Wolson , and two
mote votliiKutillly namely , ( ilass ami Scott.
1'ioin then on till aillclvs sixteen and sevvn-
tcen vvcie icached thcie vvasa scnttcrlm ; vote
'tl convlrtion , nuiliiK ) from 1 to 11 , hut on
those at tides which clmitred Miown vith le-
fiislni ; to recoKiil/u the governor's oiileis of
Hiisuunslon and continnliiL' to cxeielse the
duties ot auditor and denjlni ; the Koveinor
art-ess to the audiloi..s cillleo when hedesiied
to examine the aiidlloi's hooks and accounts ,
theie were 15 votes tot conviction , the same
on each count , as lollims : Itloom , ( 'aid-
well , DodKe , Doml , ( ilass , lieu-
ilci-son , Johnson , Pairott , ItclnlKi'i ,
Jtobliison. Scott , Swaiioj , Undt'iwood ,
Whaler , Wolsoii.
Tlieievvasa diopiiini ; off then till the
Ivvcnteighth count was le.u-'ied. ' Tliiscon-
rii'inncd HIOVMI lor allow iiitf Actuary Vail to
examine the Iowa Iiisinniici.'companies with
'linking extoitlonati ! charges amimnlliii , ' , lor
lie oxamlnatlon ol each comp.iny . to over
1'JUOO. On this count there weie fifteen sen-
Alois who voted lliovvn guilty as lollovvs :
Jlloom , linnllck , Caldwell , Cair , ( Jusey ,
Chcsehoro , Doilire , Doml , Ciuill. < ila"s , John-
BOII , Paiiott , Unduivvood , AVhaley , Wol-
fcOll.On the thirtieth and last charge which was
Bimllai to the twenty-eight , thiiteeii voti-il lor
coinlction altogether. Dining the several
ballots twenty-one senatois out of.
fifty voted for IJmwn's conviction.
The additional names that have
lias alieady been mentioned are Casey , Ches-
baio ( Janlt and McDonaiigli. Of these twenty
one , thirteen wcroic ] > ublfcatis and eight weio
As soon as the last vote was announced and
It vvas ° evldiiit ! that there was not two-thiuls
of the Minute iorconvli'tion lirovvn's ti lends
eiowiled uiound him and tendered their con-
'I'liinn WIMO " " "iiM
onstratlonsoi nppioval or' msappioval , but
cveiybody looked happy , that thu longiiiat
WBover as counsel and com t were ncaily
worn out witli ( no eight tedious weoics that
lhn > had spent with the case. Piovislon w.is
made toi picnarlng a toimnl older of acquit
tal which will be submitted to the governor
to-day , when he will probably at oiicoie-in-
Htato mown in the auditoi's olllce , wheie ho
will set ve out the six months yet icmalniiig
in his term.
In talking with many of the senators after
the trial was over there was a genuine and
lreelyexpiov cil opinions that Drown ought
to bo censured for maiiv of Ids nets and
ought not to take this venllct as ono of np
pioval of his course. Many ol thosenatois
on voting would explain their votes and
nald while they voted not guilty they did not
wish the vote to be taken as justllicatlon ot
litown , but they hesitated to icsoit to ox-
11011101 penult } as impeachment with the dis-
rrrai-o and stigma attached to It. liiow n goes-
back to oflico , technically at Ic.ist vlndidated.
The exDcnso of his tilal will amount to
S0,000 : ! , and the people , iiiospective ot paity ,
lire hoping that this will be their last experi
ence with an Impeachment court.
TIII : rot-nr AiuoimvH.
Drcs MOIM-.S , la. , July 14. [ Special Tole-
iram ; to thollKi : . ! The Impeachment court
iidjourncd sine die this morning atternnan-
linously passing icsolutlons complimenting
the Impnitlnl rulings of Lleutonat-dovornor
Hall. A icsolutlon certifying to Hrovvn's ac
quittal was presented Ooveinor Laiabeo this
At 11 o'clock to-day President Hull , of Iho
impeachment court , delivered to Governor
Lnuibeo a copy ot the lormal acquittal af Au
ditor Diovrn. The latter was at once iclii-
Btated and took charge of the auditoi's olllce ,
fiom which helms been absent about tinee
months. The total cost of the Impeachment
trial has been computed to
\liaustlvo IC\porinunlH with ( ' ' '
Car Coupllnn. ;
UtritMKnTo.y , In. , July if. Tlio gicat
freight car brake test under the auspices of
the National Caibullders' association was be
gun hoieyesteiday. A section of the Chicago
cage , lliulliigton it Quluey tiaclc about eight
miles In length and Including various curves
and grades had been sulcctod lor the test ,
rive car brake companies have entered tor
the contest the Westliiplionso air brake ,
the Ilamcs vacuum brake , the Kate brake ,
the Ameilean driver uraKo and the \Viddi-
lluln & Mutton biako. K.u'h company fur
nishes fifty fieif.'ht cars with their appll-
unco.s attached. 'Ihe tests are to bo made
under vailous conditions of loaded and
empty cats , at vaiions rates of speed on levels
and dc.-ccndlng gindes , Hiidden stops , etc.
Thn cai-sare titled with ihnanlmclers and
olectilcal and other apjiatatus will bo at
tached , and very tlioiongh sulontliio tests
. -\vlll \ bu made that will bu ot great vahiw to
the lallway ami sclentltlo world. The
oxpt'riinonts will occupy a month or
morn of continuous woik , and are
to bo icpe.itcd hero In April , ItteT ,
liicliidlnga iccoid ot woik done by the cars
In the Intctlm. The work so far has been
chiefly preparatory , and Includes gravity tests
and experiments with common braKcs , tost-
. .Ing of engines anil other juellmlnary data ,
Crn.vrt Jt.vt'ins. In. , July H. fSncelnl
O'olcgrain to tliollii.J : : A lire hroko out In
Honnoy'b hlorn at Traers , this morning.
Twenty-four business houses vvcie buineil.
J.oss & 1COooo ; small Insuinnco.
A Jiro broke out In Humbert's ill UK store ,
in ( Vdar Falls , lids nioinlng ami tmmcit
linen Imsiness houses and two dwclliiiicti.
hosspiobablyS'JJ.OOO ; paillallv Insiucd.
Siwutancoiis combustion of gasollno twlng
ihawn by a clcik. eaiucd the liio la thu Hum-
belt company's dtug nteio at Cedar Falls.
The WuU'iloo llio diip-utment nuiveil by
8icclil | : train. Four bains , two dwellings
nml tvvoagiiciiltiual imnlciuiMit wurehousc.s
vvciGlnuned. Loss , s-'fl , " 0 , ncntlj covered
by' msuiaiice. The llnmhi'it company ,
fflvviihinifSons. t1 , F. Poid , S. W. Hauls ,
niul Pt'ler Johnson aio thi ; looscis.
Dr.sMoixrs , la. , July . [ Special Tclo-
ifram to llio UKI : . ] The state a-soMallon ot
xmln dcjlcra continued Its session today.
Ill thu morning thu membois look a siicclal
to the Intvinational dIMIIIIery and In-
itf. Afterwanls llm follovv.
elected for the cinidtig ycai :
S. V. Silllm.ui , of li ) ilolnes ;
Tlce-i > roldcnt , Chailos Stuart , of Audubun ;
iwiotarj. K \ . Abbott , of MarshalltovM * ,
thM urrr U Molt , of los ) Mf > ine < ; tmard of
litpctms ( " S Mrovvn.of Tama ( . itv T. K
Itnlncs. of A Moons ; M M. M < Tarl-md , of
DCS Molno . ( ieorpc lleatmi , of PorrM. ; .
Jurvisof Carioll. Mnnj matteiS of Interest
to men In this line of business wore dNcnxsed
relative loiatet. insiii.ince. the Harper patent
and the vniloui methods of liaiidllug Iho
dltfi'iont kinils of giain to note the mwstuio
lit foi handling _
Trout In tlio Frying Pnn.
Ktnt x CITV. la , . July 1-1. [ Special Tele-
1'inm to the Iti.i .1 Shcillf McDonald IP-
tinned llils uvcidnif , having In his charse
Trout , tlio murderer of Ild.S. Hatch. Alaigc
ciovvdwas at tlio depot oxiK-cting to get an
opimrtunlty toscc him , but hu was taken elf
thn train on the outskirts of the city and
( julrklv driven to jail to avoid the crowd and
any possible collision. Coiishlcinblo specula
tion N now rife nstovvh.it will be the out
come. There aio thoio who would prefer
Tiout h.ul osciiiicdiatlici than totakeolniioes
of certain tilings b.lngmado . imnlic at the
tual. It Is liitlmati'd that viuioiis piomincnt
Parties will be brought into unenviable no
Quaraiitino In Invvn.
SiorxCITV , In. , July U. | hj > cchl Tele
gram to the HEK.J Dr. H. M. Nicholson , as
sistant stnto vcft'ilnary siiigeon , mid Dr.
Millings of Lincoln , Nub. , haveicconnncnilcd
to the aiithoiities for the saletv ot public
health of men ami antma's ' that districts
vvhuie the disease now known to be outhiox
hai existed he < iunrniitlned at once. The quar-
nntliied districts takes in a huge iiait ot the
\vcstcm portion of HIP city nnd the gateway
liom Dadotn. The ( iiiaiantlnc will he made
until ielea > cd fiom the ic < | urcmcuts ! by the
state aiithoiities. The local authorities do-
elded toobej 01 deis strictly anils-elected lour
pattoliucn to have cliaigo ot the district.
A Priest rrlglitfnlly Injured.
Driirgfi : , la. , July 1-1. [ Special Telegram
to the Mi.n.J K.UIicr Kiiompcr , pastor ot the
I'ntholic chinch In Ceuttal , In this county ,
started this morning with a team to haul a
load of lumber fiom Poos/la to bo used In
building a church. The team ran away and
tlnew him over an embankment , lie was
frightfully , and it Is Ic.ucd lalally , liijuied.
Ho was unconscious < < cvci.il hoiusaltei being
pickoil up. Illswoist injinvis a deep fiac-
tuied wound at the base ot tlioskull. Ono of
hiscaiswas neaily toin oil. and a fearful
gash was made in Ids lace. His condition
to-night Is it'jiottuil vciy ctltic.il.
lluttor Dealers Fall.
C'ruvu I ! VIM iis , ! . , .inly H. The liimof
William Hill A ; Son of Snrlngville , near
Cedai Itapids , one of the largest cicamcry
liims in Iowa , failed foi FSO.OOUto day , caused
depiessioii ol the maiket by iiitioducing
biiltei mo and oleumaigarino. Tliis failuie
elosoi littceii cieamcile- Ijlnn aiidJoncs
counties that last \ear inid ) tlio tarmcis
nearly SJOD.UW. The him has been seiiously
emlMnassfd several months , hut delnvcd as
signment , boiling lor the passage ot life olco-
maigailne bill uiuln levhnlot the hatter in-
Sovciifoon Porsonq Polsonoil.
COISMMI , la. , July II. [ Special Telegram
to the Jii.i. . ] Seventeen jicisons weie poi
soned atone ot the hotels heie jesteiday.
They weie taken with violent ictchlng In
the stomach , which soon tianst'ormcd the
hotel into n hospital. Some physicians pio-
nuiinccd it ai.sunlc poison , but others think
It was something acciduiitally Intio-
duced Into thu laid used in cook
ing Dieaklast. All have fully iccoveicd.
CIDAII IlAi'ius , la. , July 14. [ Special Tel-
cgiam to the Mii.lOne : Inindied Knights
ot Labor aic attending n convention hcie.
The democratic convention this atteinoon
lenomlnatcd Hen Kicdericks unanimously.
Itnllronil IJrldgo fJurncil.
PnrscoTT , Iowa , July M. [ Special to the
jjiiK ] . Five sections ot
railvvaj wuio biuuea jesteiUaysuTnat trains
were badly delayed.
The .luryStill Out.
CIIKAOO , July 11. The jmy in tlie case of
.Minnie Papln , azainst tlio Daily News lor
alleged libel. Is still out. The ease has been
on trial for nearly two weeks and occasioned
considerable Interest owing to the chaiacter
of the evidence pioduccd in couit. Tlie
plalntill's name was used in connection with
that of hut employer , which was tlio occasion
of tint suit. The statement was made ( lining
the nftcinoim that the iury had found for the
defendant , but this nfterwaul moved ciion-
Kansas Prohllm Nominate.
Kjiroiu.v , Kan. , July 1-1. The st.ito piohlb-
ition convention assembled this moining at
the opera house. The committee on organ- !
/atlon tepoitcd , and H. C. Yroomnn , of
Osage county , was elected chaliman , and M.
Tasuiot secretary. The committee on resolu
tions' icjioil was nnlmously adojted. ) It
makes quite a lengthy document ami has fif
teen resolutions. Tlio following candidates
were unanimously nominated : For governor ,
C. H. Draiiscombo ; Lieutenant Govinnor , T.
W. Huston ; secietaiy ot state , N. H. K. Lane ;
for auditor of state , C. II. Laiigston ( colored
man ) ; lor attoiiwy-gencial . S.Valte :
ticasiuer , William Crosby : superintendent
f public schools , .Mis. D. 1 1. Sultbert ; asso
ciate justice , K. H. Priton , Umporln.
Killed liy IjI
July tl. A hpe"Ial to the
News fiom Pena , Tex. , says : Last night
dm Ing a heavy stoim about twenty miles
south of hmo the hnu = e In which tour women
w cio sleeping was sti tick by lightning and
nil vvcie Instantly killed.
Wheat Destroyed liy Fire.
Minciiis : ) : Cala. , July 11. A liie to-day
destroyed C. Holfman'H vvaichoiiso , contain
ing r..OOO tons ot wheat , also live cars laden
with wheat. The loss is $ r > iOOJ ) , principally
by C. II. HolVman , M. fioldiimu , L. Decktoid
and Chillies llemey. The llio Is bolloved to
have been incuiiiliaty.
Ovcrfi.OOO teai'liei-rt are attending the ses
sion of the National Teachers' association In
Topokn , Kas.
At a meeting held In the public squaioat
Callao , Pciu , on Sunday uttornuon , it was
ic.iohed to petition the govciiiiucnt to take
Immcdlato btcps tor ( lie e.xpulslun ot Jesuits
Captain Mnilano 15altctcs has anlvcd ot
Tombstone , A rlHe states that ( ieionlmo
and Ids hand evaded Captain Lavvton , and
are now doubling back towards Atlzoaa. On
Sunday last the Apaches killed two Mexicans
at Ciuupor I'latcr , and fern Mexicans near
An Oiango lodge In Coal Island , a small
village In County Tjionc , was attacked
Monday night by u number of moil belong
ing to tno National league. The attacking
party weio armed with rillcs and kant up lire
for two liouis on the lodge , police belli : ; pow
erless to Interfere.
The residents of Mount Pleasant , Mich.
are excited nvcr the fact that United States
Marshal Ponne.ll , of Detrojt , is thcie serv Ing
papers In the e.w.-t commenced tor alleged
ircsspassers upon govornmeiit Indian lands.
Cases have been commenced against several
alleged tiesspassfiH which consists ot thon.s-
nndi of doliain of valuable tlmbor taken fiom
A train cauylag MX ) Orange exeui-ilomsts
fiom Kingston , Can. , on the Oiniid Tiiink
raiho.id , after passim : Cumberland , Tuesday
morniii ; : , ran into an obiiii'.etion iil.ued on
the track on a shaip curve on an embank
nient hlty feet high with a ilvor at the bet
tom. The train was not derailed , as the
engincin . . .athu ob-tmeUoi ) In tlmo to chock
thu speed somewhat. It wait , howovui , a
nariow u.i'-.ipe. The Orangciucn claim it
was the work of tlicli enem i- > .
The Mcichants' club , rpjiri'scntins a capi
tal of 51:10,000,000 : , met iu Vnvr Y oik Tuesday
to Idii n Kick on the freight club.-iticatlon
houtli and west , ltc.soluuon.-j weio iiassnl
icclllii that tlio tariif on cottou U as hlgli as
im silk , making It Impossibli > for New fork
ineiclLints to I'ompoto vvlllitliOMiot the west
and south ; ti.at all aiipcalsi to trunk Hues
IIHVO FO far piovetl Irultlcss ; that a com-
niitco bo npnu ntcd to nr.ikii a final appual.
audit thUottoit will cot UYA ! ! , notion be nt
once begun to test the nupttion In
m t of the L'uitul States.
CljlA ii < AM ) IlttKAICl.NO DOW.X.
I'lio President Sliovvs tlio Strain ol
Ills Hnul Work.
W vsniXf.ioM , Jnlj 11 , [ Spiclnl lelcRiam
to the Hbi.j. ThP piesldent l showing the
cllwt'i of the haul work of tlie long e slon.
He Is working vciy luiid , Indeed. Nobody
could accomplish half he dop vvllhont haul
work. The result Is that he Is going to break
down ptcttj soon If coiiRies' docs not get
away nud give him a chance to iceupciato.
Otcouisotho'sowlio see him daily do not
olnci vo It o elo ely hut those w ho only come
and < co him occasionally observe It teadlly.
A gentleman who lias been hcie , and who
holds n very close consultation vlth the
president whenever ho Is in the city , s.ild
after an Interview witli him that ho was siir-
piisedtosoc the piesulcnl looking so badly.
'He has not the appealance of a well man , ' '
ho Mild , "llisilcsh has n llabby look and
feeling , ami it would not surpiKe me to see
him bleak down any time. He docs too
much vv oik himself , and the lirst thing he
knows he will hio.ik down Just as Manning
did unless he Icaras to let up on the details
ol his woik. "
\vi. Tniv : I'osTAt , nr\xoi : .
A postollKo has been established at Sun
shine , Lincoln county , and Charles 1. Ittch-
aids appointed postmaster.
The name ot thu postolllco at Hentonvlllo ,
la. , has been changed to Folsom In respect
to Mis. Cleveland.
Postmastcis in Iowa have been commis
sioned ua follows : Petci J. ( iallagahci
Weston ; Ilutln 11. oWagcis Ugden ; llauy
Yawnishte , Coatvllle ; Oicat C. Waling ,
The pustotllcc nt Athol , Stoux comity , la. ,
has been discontinued. The mall goes to Pnv
Changes in tinio schedules otNcbiasicastar
mall loiites have been mnde as follows :
Clay Ccntie to Harvard Leave Cla > Cen
tre daily , except Sundays , at 10a. ni.aiiivn ;
at Haivaid bj W m. Leaves llaivarn dally ,
except Sundays , at ! iU : ! p. m. ; or in clo e
connection with the railway mail ; uiiivo at
Cla Centre bv 30 : ! ! p. m.
Madison to Butnett Leave Madison Mon
days , Weduesdavs and Fiidays at 1 p. m. ; ai-
ilve nt Lmuiiek bj ft:30 : p. m. Leave I'-mciick
Momtavs. Wednesdays and l'iida > s at s
P. m. ; aiiive at Madison by 10u : : ; p.m.
Leave Kmeiick Tuesdays. Thuisdajs and
Satiiidav4.il s , a. m ; aiiive at Ilinnctt Tues-
da > s , Thuisdajs ami Saturd.us at 1 p.m. ;
nnive at Kmeiick by fi0 : ! p. m.
llairington to Ced.n Ilapids Leave llar-
ilngtoii Tuesilavs ami Satuula.Vs at 1 p. m. ;
in rive at Sp.ihtlng bv 0 p.m. Lo.ivcSp.il-
ding Tucsdavs and Satuidays at 7 a.m. ; in-
live at llaiilngton at tu in. Leave Cedar
K.iplds Monda > sand FiiiLiys at 1 p. m.ai- ;
ii\e at Spaldilii ; bv C p. m.
Cams to las ! ett Leave Cains daily , ex
cept .Sundays , at 1 p. m. : aiiive at li.issctt
bv1 p. m. Leave H.isocttdadv , except Sun-
ilayi , at sa. in. ; aiiive at Camsbj 11 a. in. erIn
In close conned ion with tlie railway tiniil.
r ivn. si uvici : VM > I'oi.iuis.
In connection with his eiicular to federal
olliceholdei-s winning them against paitioi-
p.itmg In the iippioaching camji.ilgns beyond
the exeiciso ot thelt liancliise , Picsidcnt
Cleveland will speak ot the matter of re
moval in avv.iv intended to put a stop to such
woik as Ins been done by the po tm.isteis at
Indianapolis , llaltimoic , etc. The piosldunt
will oulei that theie shall be no changes
made in olllce on account ot political likes
and dislikes , andthat icmovnls lor "olleiisive
paitisaiiship , * ' asth.it teim has been geiiei-
allj accejitcd , shall cease. He means to in-
auguiate modeiation ami make as neai im
possible as lies within his power the piefei-
meiit In olllce on account ot political bias and
to remove politics liom the govcinmuiit
sci v lee.
The lollowh.g Iowa postmnslcis weio
appointed : J. K. Tucker , Ilopeville , Claik
county , vice A. II. Adktna , icmovcd ;
( icoige Cnmitbull. Follets , Clinton county ,
vice ( ico.V. . Powell , resigned ; Tho- .
J. Snoilgi.iss , Kmeison. Mills county , vice W.
ll. Applegnte , lomoved ; Peter Kimhle , Al
bany , Davis county , vice D. ( ! . Doiethv , ie-
signed ; It. F. Alust , Angus , IJoono county ,
vice A. P. McAnailv , removed.
Till ] SPOUrTxG WOItljP.
tei-uay'H i voucu on mu lui-r uno.
CIIICAOO , July 14. At Washington park
the weather to-day was lather cool , the track
was in fair condition after tlio rain and the
attendance was good.
One-eighth mile : Calapi won , Beitha C
second , Sailoi IJoj thiid. Time l:0fi : % .
Mntualspaid 511. 0.
Seven-eighths milo : Louise won , Our
Friend second , It-co thhd. Time \lffi.
Mutiialsiald | iii.f : > U.
One and a qnaitor miles : M'yrllo won , Hei-
togas second. Idle Pet thlul. Time -i:13i/ .
MtitualspaldS7.il ) .
Thiee-Qiiarteismilo : Hellantliiis won.Tony
Pastor second. Little Joe tlilid. Time ltrj/ : .
Mile : Aniiawan won , Tlchco second , Miss
Xelson thlul. Time 1:1'JJ4. : Mutuals paid
S1I/X ) .
Tholtnsc linll Keooril.
Hiooulyn 1 00000000-1
Cincinnati 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 * f.
Pitchers McKoon and Feuy. Fust base
hits Hiooklyn 5. Cincinnati ( i. L'nois Clu-
clnnati 1 , IJiooldjn U. Ump'uc U'alsh.
AT Sr. Louis
St. Ixmls 0 fi 1 0 0 0 < 3 0 0 'J
Pitcheis Hudson and Atkinson. First base
hits St. Louis If , Athletics ( i. Kiroih
St. Louis 4 , Athletics 0 , Umplie Itradlov.
llaltlmoio 0 00000900 0
Louisville a 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I !
Pitcheis Hcekernnd Klhoy. Fiist liaso
hits Louisville 0 , Daltlmoio " . Kirors
Louisville ' - ' , lialtimoie t ! . Unipho
AT ST. Louis
Chicago o osoaoooi o
St. Louis 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 'J
Pitclims Claikson and Minphy. Fiist
base hits Chicago 7 , St. Louis 5. Kirois
Chicago ! l , St , Louis 5. Umpire Connelly ,
AT KSAS Cirv
Kansas Cltv 1 000000 1
Detioit. . . . . ! i 0I a 1 5 1-17
Only seven Innings weie. plajcd. Fiist
base hits Kansas City 8 , Detroit 17. ICnor- >
ICan as City 10 , Detroit . L'mplrc Crane.
A r Pi i rsiiuno
Vittsbuig..0 0 4
Metionolitaii 0 0010000 0-1
Pitvlieis Hnnnlhal and M ays. Fiistbaso
hits Pittsbtiigs" , Metroolllans.r | ) . linois
Pittsliiiigs lMctiopolltan4. Umpho Valen
( lame stopped by lain at end of lirst half of
foiutli Inning. Scoie Phlhulclphias 4 , Uos-
Tlio llio Gruiiilo Hoornnlzcd ,
DINVIU , July 14. This afternoon .
Ilallett , In the United States com I , affirmed
the sale of the Denver & liloOiando railway
as made last Monday , alter which articles
weio Immediately filed with the scciotaiy of
state Incorporating the company under the
name of the Donvci & Illo Ciando rallioad
company , capital S7i,600oao : , 545,000,000
ot vv filch Is common stock and
the lemalnlng § 2.000,000 picferred
stock. This evening at n meeting ot stock
holders lioorgo Cappell. Adolph Kngher , It.
II. Mlnturn , ( icoigoT. Wilson , John J. Had-
lirci. John L. Welsh , Theodoio H. A. Tiomp ,
W. 1C. Jackson and D , Jl.Motfatt weiocliosuti
dlicctois. Aftoi adjoiunmont the dliectors
met and elected W , S. Jackson president ,
( ieorgo Cappell vice president. J. W. ( jjlluly ,
treasurer , and U'lllluin Wagoner sccrotaiV.
l'OWJ)12UIjY ANU KtJSUYIIKAn.
1 lin ICiil hts Do Not Want to Itob Tlio
Indian of Illy Inmds.
WAMII.NOTOX , D. 0. , July 14-rSpccial to
the Uri : . ] Chief IJusliyhead ot the Cherokee
nutlon has received a letter fiom Mr. Pow-
dull ) Inicgaid to the knights of labor peti
tions which have boon coming to congress by
the hundredsn.-Ving for the opening of the
Oklahoma and other unpwiipiod lands In the
Indian territory. The grand master writes ,
' The petition you speal ; of were never snnc-
lloneitiiy mound wore never presented to
the executive board o ( tlio Knights
of Labor. You aio right In
what vou pay regaidlng the duty of members
of the Knights ot Labor. It Is not the Inten
tion or teaching of that older to rob any pco-
plu of tlii lr lands. 1 have furwaidcd your
communication to our a 'i'nt at Washington
with distinctions to look Into llio matter and
ael fur the general aider in tha matter of ad
justing the matter on this basis ot Justice.
Assuring you that no steps will to taken
bj Iho ciiieial onler r.f the Knights of I abet
that will IIIJUIP jour iicoulo I remain etc ,
T. \ . Pow in m v. ,
Another Cut , to Otnnlin.
Cine vcio. Jalj 14.-.Th ISock Island frc-ight
depaitineiit made an average reduction to
day of 40 per cent In fif Ight rate * to Omaha ,
Including all clashes In the cut. The rates
put in force me : I'uM claso , .Ooj second , iOe ;
tlilid , Uic ; fonith. 1'2'v'tiftli. ' . lOo ; class A ,
l.'c , and U , C and D ilOe , These i.des me
made open and billed tlaj. Ihe llock Island
claims that Its compcliUiis im\e been making
thc o tales for a month past ,
The Koso nfthv Sancttim.
Ciur voo. .July 14/ - Iifrltlng n letter to
her pnblMicr piepaiatoi'y to assuming her
oditoiial ilullos , ilss' JUno Kllzabolh
Cleveland sa > s ; ! am taking some
e.iio to he absolutely eeitaln of what
1 write. 1 mean toiather addicss myself to
my roiuilr.v women ntnl my literary country
woman aiid make my talk veiv simple mid
eaiuest and simeiu. 1 sliall igiioie gieat
ci itics altogether. '
Cominlsslon Donloro I'a II.
MINXI ; vi'oi.is.hilj 14. 1 > . L. Hail tV Co. ,
commission dealerat -AVJ llennepln avenue ,
made an assignment lo-d.ty to A , M. Diess-
lei. Liabilities about i" o,000 ; estimate as
sets about Sil.OiH ) . Tlioic.iieno heavy Min
neapolis eiedltoi.s , tlie indebtedness mainly
being to paitles In Puiiiisvlvanla and New
Yoik. Chli-aco patties hold claims lor about
50OIK ) .
Rnverninont Suits I'oimncttccd.
ltinon ; , Mich. . July 14 , Summons lor
live government suits in the cases of timber
land fiauds have boon scived and tlility moie
will bo seived Inter , on the stiength of the
iccent lepoitof Indian VgentM. W. Steven- ' ,
who has dlseoveicil cio < s Inegulailtles In
dealings witli the Indians owning laud.
The Treaty Signed.
LONDON , July U. The extindition treaty
between 1'nglatid and the United Stntos has
been signed. Among the clatiios the ticaty
ptovlde-i tor the sinienderol djnamito nils-
N'cliraskn mid Iowa Woathnr.
For Nobr.iska and lovva ; tail weathoi- fol
lowed by local laius ; statlonaiy tcmperatuie.
A plat of Washington Hill was hied in
the county clerk's ollice yesterday.
-Sovcnleen deeds and twenty-two mort.
Ka c.s Were ) ) laced on record yestcrday-
Tlie county commissioners will take up
tlio retaining wall ( | iiestion a ain to-day.
A trade mark of Jlaiirer's Own Beiir
was filed in the county clerk's ollico yes
Vupt'am D. C. Kinsman has been .or
dered to Fort Iiobliison , Keb. , on public
The coupty commi-sioners were on-
gaffed . \psidL'day in auuitimjand allowing
.Indfjo - ivJoCulloch has commenced
hon okeopin < r , having occupied . pleas
ant home ntiil'-JO Decatur street.
The dininir room attached to the regu
lar "Q" train is no longer brought to
Omaha.It is now Pitched oil'at Plaits'-
Miouth. ] \ , '
Eight men of the , Nine United States
Cavalry ( colpredcvnio.jn ) yesterday from
Wyoming and immediately proceeded to
Jlellcvue to interview- bull's eye.
Parties liom Chadi' n , Rapid Cifvl
Ainsworth and liuliulo , ( iap have nmde
applications tor static for cxliibits in the
exposition building dliring the coming
Mrs. Joanna ? Jlarjcvvood has appealed
to the district court from the award of
the appraisers who ns > ouscd her damages
by the condemnation , of the Belt line
right of way at 530' ' "
IJyron Heed Iraij ftjoitonioncod ; the erec
tion of a brick blo'cu off Thirteenth street.
DeivvuiiiilVo. . ui' < JUT4ujH | i oli. The
building will- have .Ja M ifcttt ixty-
six'fcet , aiid for , the IRscilts'will 15o but
one-story iu height. .
Second Lieuteiian ) , Charles" "II. Noyes ,
of the Ninth infailtry , has been mlievcd
froni duty at the Hollcvne range in con
nection with the department rifle compc-
tion , and ordered to report to his com
pany at lortD. A. llussoll , Wyo.
W. T. Seaman left last evening
for nn eastern I rip.
General .ticket Agent Morse , of the
Union Pacific , went to Chicago last even
Jfrank D Mead is still confined to his
bed , and it will probably bo a week or
more before ho will be able to bo out.
Postollico Inspector Hrovyn went out to
North bond last evening , in all proba
bility moro for business than pleasure.
The Hon. A. N. Furgnsou returned
yesterday from Waterloo , where ho had
been attending some important litiga
General I'anssengor Agent Morse and
General Ticket Agent Stobbins , of the
Union Hitoifiu , went east last evening
without any private car display.
Conductor T. P. Hobb has returned
from a visit to his family in Michigan.
It is rumored among his railroad friends
that he will soon be called upon to step
( Jcorge W. Smith , late of the SionCify
Journal , is in the city. Mr. Smith has recently -
contly purchased the Stanton Democrat
and is one of the promising young jour
nalists of the state.
1 Mr. George Wcttenglo , wife find daugh
ter , of Pittsburg , Pa. , are yistiting John
A. Wirth and Mrs. Adelina .John , of
Omaha. Mr. Wettonglo is heavily inter
ested in coal and oil near Pittsbiirg , and
for many years was pavement contractor
and helped lay the pavement on many of
the streets of Pittsbnrg.
Harry Doiiol , ticket agent of the Dur-
lington , left for Spirit Luke last evening
and will accompany Mi's , Douel , who has
boon at the lake several weeks , on her re
turn home. A special car has been char
tered ( o briuir home the fish that the
rustling agent expects to catch in the
next few days.
The Hon. Church Hovvo and the Hon.
Pat O'llawcs , both candidates for the
congressional nomiiuUion in the First
district , were follow passengers to Lin-
coin last night. Tin' ) ' main object of their
Visit is to attend the ; mooting of the oom-
nntteo in that city to niglit , which will
decide on the time nvid filaco of holding
the next congressional donve.ul.ioii.
A Heavenly' ' mossing.
The thousands of Oinahnns v'vho looked
eagerly to the hcij'j'qns yesterday after
noon when the indjqations of rain wore
so promising , iniiy liiul consolation in
their disappointment jntho , fact that out-
country cousins vvfliV i | > ere fortunate. A
heavy shower is roi > oipd | ; to have visited
Waterloo and othp'r , pojts of the county ,
giving the much needml relief to the
The next attraction at Athletic park
will bo a game of ball on Sunday next
between the Union Pacifies and the
Denison , ( la. ) club. The Dcnison's have
boon organi/.cd for four years and hold
nn easy championship in western Iowa.
The game will bo an interesting ono.
Why Is It
That the sale of Ho9d's Sarsaparilla con
tinues at such n rapidly incrcasi..g rate ?
1st , Hecausn of the positive curative
value of Hood's Sarsaparilla itself.
yd , Because of the conclusivivovldeneo
of remarkable cures eU'ected by it , unsur
passed and seldom equalled by any other
modleine Send to C I Hood it Co. ,
owell , Mass , for book containing many
statements of cures.
SOCIALISTIC SP1TEWORK ,
The Alleged Cause For the Ohargea Agains *
Matza tind MoBride.
AFRICANS GOON THE WARPATH.
A R\K \ Sky Pilot-Ail Kn lnc Derailed
A Legal Tilt \Vholosnlo Denials
IJuttillitC Permits Other
The SoclnlUtH * ItcvetiRO.
The police arc somewhat worked up
over the charges made by representatives
ot lltimboldt assembly K. of L. against
Sergeant Mut/i : and Olllccr MoBrlde .it the
council mooting Tuesday nlcht , in which
the removal of the ollieors is toques- ted and
an Investigation of their acts in arresting
Frederick Milliard and clubbing him for
resistance on Friday night laM.
Sergeant Matza said to a Br.r. reporter
last evening"The facts in the case war
ranted every move that wasinailo in the
arrest 01 Hullurd. lie owns ] two houses
down near Kcstler's hall , onu of which hu
rents to a fellow. Thn touant has no
access to his | ) laeo except through Bill-
lard's jnul , and on Friday this was denied
him. A quarrel uro-u and wasattracling
a crowd , when Ollicor Kennedy came up
and tohl Milliard to keep still. As soon
as Kennedy had gone Itullard grabbed a
big knife and chased his tenant into tlie
street , where thev were quanolling
when I came along and told liullard to
keep still. Ho rousted and 1 arrested
him for disturbing the peace and turned
him over to Mcmiile , while 1 went to
call the patrol wagon. Milliard was not
on his own piemi-.es at all , as the com
plaint to thi ! council alleges , but in the
slrqct.hile. 1 was after the patrol
wagon Itullard broke away from MeBrido
and tried to get into his house. .Mae and
I caught nim just at the door.
Wo were pulling him away
when his brother-in-law made a break lor
me and 1 had to let go of linlhml Mill
iard then tried to get away Irom Me-
Mnde and Mac hit him over the head.
There wore live orMX hundred people in
the .street at the time and the atlair might
have lesiilted in a riot if the ollicors had
not taken as prompt action as they did. "
"Tno complaint charges yon with hav
ing annulled Milliard. "
"That eliarao was made out of spite-
work by Mr. Kopp , who , yon know , has
marked socialise tendencies. When
llau , the anarchist , was licre we thought
Pacsons was in tlio city , and
I watched Kopp very closely lor
a few days thjnking that Parsons
would show up with him if he was in the
city. Kopp got on to the fact that I was
shadowing him and complained to the
marshal , and has been working ever .since
to have me bounced from the force. Ho
belongs to the class ot men who hale
everybody connected with tlio enforce
ment , of the law , and 1 consider his
charge against me purely ono of spite
work and 1 think the Hnniboldt assembly
K of L. has been imposed upon in being
led into making any such a charge. Mill
iard was not .seriously hurt and 1 do not
fear the result , of the action of the police
committee , to whom the matter was re
ferred , "
'inn ANAitc'iiisrs' ur.vr.Nr.i : .
A prominent member of the police
force , in speaking of Mat/a 's opinion of
the chargeaid last night "Pete is
about right too. These blanked anarch
ists never let up on a fellow when they
go for his .scalp. Their headquarters
now are out at Kuho's ro.id house , as yon
know. Well , some timn ago , when they
were first forming here , they
innde their headquarters in n
well known Thirteenth street saloon.
The .proprietor , who is a first rate fellow
and a good citizen , objected to their
meeting or nven loafing around his place ,
and finally lircd the whole bunch of them.
Since that time the gang has been alter
that man's scalp. Ho receives threats of
destruction of his place and personal in
jury almost every day. Jle has u stack
of letters and po tals which have
been sent to him. I s.iwone ot thorn yes-
tot day. It was to the ctVeel that the
writer would like to meet the saloon man
outside of the city. ' 1 would cut your
heart out and cat it for supper , ' is the
closing of the threat. Some of that gang
ought to get a little Chicago law , " and
the otlicer gritting his teeth placed ono
hand on Ins pi tel pocket and started
down Thirteenth street.
A DISTINGUISHKD SKY PILOT.
Short Talk AVIth tlio "Well Known Re-
vivnllst , Uov. M. AV. Munh.ill.
Some one has said ( and it would be
safe to bet a pea against a pagoda that it
was a woman ) that "good looks make a
splendid armor for a revivalist to fight
his battles in. " If thi * bo true the Hov.
M. W. Munhall , of Indianapolis , Inil. ,
must be the champion of the arena of
conversion , for but few men have been
more kindly dealt with by nature than ho.
As | ie walked up and down the depot
platform last evening af tor the arrival of
the Denver train , swinging his natty little
cane , a stylish straw hat jauntily sitting
on a splendid head , covered with raven
locks , and a form that is not often met
with in a crowd , covered with a well fitt
ing and fashionable business suit , the
casual ob-orvor would not take him for a
cleric , but rather for a man ot leisure , on
tlio way to take in the pleasures of the
season. In conversation he is the Mini ol
affability , and if any ono can capture the
religions ontimonts of the boy.s ho certainly
tainly is the man. Indeed , during many
> earo of rcvnul work ho has
"been among the most successful
in that calling. Mr. Munhall has been in
Denver for the pa-l month holding a scr
ies of moetinjr-i which aroused the entire
community , lie numbered 800 converts
whom he deems truly reformed and any
one who could christianize that number
in Denvnr needs no further endorsement
us a great worker. Ho is on his way to
DCS Moines where is family is spending a
few wecK .
"Why don't you come to Omaha ? " was
"For the same reason" said ho smil
ingly , "that I did not attend Mrs. Mark
HopKln's reception on Neb nill when 1
was in San Francisco. "
"What is that may 1 ask "
"Because I wasn't invited. " The lev-
crond gentleman aid he would be hero
some ( lay and undoubtedly if'ho did come
ho would do great rnival work , for his
success during the last fifteen years-has
secured him an enviable reputation. Ho
also expressed a great desire to spend
some time in this1 city which has .so
changed , he said , from a mere mud hole
of a low years ago to ono of the hand
somest cities of the west. Then the Itcv.
MeKaig. of this city , is an old college
friend of his , both belonging to the Meth
odist denomination , lloisalsoaoquninicd
with the Key. Mr. Har.sha. Mr. Mun
hall loft for the east last evening.
Tliey Deny JSverythliijr.
Judge Wakely was engaged yesterday
in hearing the caseof the heirs of Isaac
Kdvvards against John L. Webster , the
executor of the estate. The heirs con
tend tlml Webster has made unwarranted
charges In closing up the estate and deny
liij claim to if DM commission on sain ?
made. They also dquy the right of the
executor to pay Byron Itced $ yr,27.7fi ( in
commissions for .sale of real estate und
also claim that then * is a larger sum in
the executors hands than $1,095.43 as re
ported by him.
WAU IV AFIllCA.
A Tilvoly SorntipitiR Mntoli Uctwocn
Two Colored Cltl/ciin.
C. Green , ono of the good naturcd col
ored waiters at the Millard hotel and
Joe James , alias Paddy Kyan , nNo
colored , occupy adjoining houses
on Capital avenue , near Klovonlh street.
The water supply for both houses is fur
nished by ono hydrant , the
use of which has been forbidden
by Ilia owner of the houses for
street sprinkling purposes. Yesterday
evening Kyan came home full of whi k.v.
ami commenced sprinkling the street
from the hydrant. Air * ( Irooit poke to
him in regard to the order , but was told
by Kyan to attend to her own business ,
( ti-oeit then oidered Kyan to put
up the hoe and was cursed
in return by the Inebriated coon.
As ( iieen "was startinu to his
work the quarrel wa- < renewed and re
sulted in an asquint upon him by Kyan.
A free-for-all light followed In which both
combatants were more ] or less injured
H.van came out Vtith a bleeding arm. niul
alleged that ho. had been knifed by
Green. The cut is by no means u serious
one. Green ha * been arrested ,
Kim i no On' tlio Track.
As engine 17 , which pulls the evening
train on the M. & M. to IMnttsmonth and
the Lincoln and Denver nassongors to
Oreapolis , was coming out of the round
house it jumped the track. The consequence
quence was that before It could be rein
stated the hour 7..V > had ai lived , anil the
train that should ha\e letl at li . ' ( ) did not
iret away until the first named hour.
The incoming tram could not come in
until nearly two hours after time ; the
Chicago , Burlington iV Qmney was do-
jayed , and there was weeping anil gnash
ing ot teeth. Everybody was mail , even
the politicians on the way to Lincoln.
Church Howe nnl he hated to wail when
theio was nothing to wait for. Pat
O'llawes remarked that he didn't earo
as long as he got to Lincoln in tune for
bioaktast. and a general einpyling of
\ials \ of wrath occurred , all tor .some
thing that couldn't have been helped.
A LcKiil Tilt.
Judge McCulloch's court v\as the scene
of a lively bout yesterday afternoon be
tween Attorneys ( ! . W. Shields ami
James Mot toll , o\er the court's disposi
tion of the case of McVeigh vs Green.
This is a ease to recover rents and pos
session of pi operty. It was dicided once
in the district court , and upon this
ground Judge MeCulloch refused to give
it a hearing. Aftersevcral meH'cetual at
tempts to get the case before the court
the attorneys commenced a spurring
among themselves over points of law.
The spat giew into noi omilitios and
ended in the refusal ot the judge to hold
stakes on a 100 bet allured by the nit or-
m-y.s Tlio intiMc was enjoyed by the
Inspector Wlntloek issued building per
mit * yesterday as follows-
Frank Peveha , one-stoiy linme cot
tage , 111 ! ! U'illi.iiiis stieot . 3 500
Kate Jank.isKi , onc-stoiv fi.mie cot
tage , r.mum , ne.ir Thirty-third . . . 1,000
\V. A. James A : Son , one-.story li.inio
cottage , .Seventeenth stieot , neai B.
, tM. tailway . ii50
Cliailcs ( iiabbe.it , two stoiv fi.uno
dwelling , Klghtccnth , between Ma
son ami f'.u-ilic . 1,500
Kuunn.uci it ( instils , tr.itno stoic , cor-
nei ot Sixteenth anil Williams . COO
Five permits nijgieKating . Stf.MO
Kallroail HrUlRC Burned.
The railroii'l briitgo over ono of the
Nodaway rivers near P-roseott , In. , nbuut
oighty-livo miles from Council Itlufls ,
was burned on Tuesday , which was the
cause of the two hours' delay in the ar
rival ot the fast mail and regular passen
ger trains over the Chicago , Murlington
ite Qnincy. They were obliged to run
around by the Humcston & Shcnandoah
route anil thus reach the Mlull's. Yester
day a temporary bridge was constructed
ami evcrythsng was in apple pie order.
He AVas Only Talking ; .
St. Louis Republican- rather re
markable little episode occmred m a
broker's olliec in St. Louis the other day ,
going to show that sometimes oycn very
acute gentlemen do not know how well
they are off.
IA- Judge L. and cv Judge M. were
discussing the bad times and the general
lotrogrcssion of civili/.atiou , Mr. L. mak
ing the point that the legal business in
St. Louis was going to the dcmnition
bow-wows , when the discussion took
such a shape that Judge L. declared with
much asperity that if anybody would
give him sjWUO.UOO in cash the unfortunate
purchaser could have everything he
owned in the world.
"I'll just take you on that proposition. "
said Judge M. "Mr. Campbell , would
you mind stepping out and gettlnjr me a
certified check lor sf'JOO.OOO while Judge
L. and I settle this little aflair ? "
"Certainly not , " said Mr. Campbell.
A counlu of sheets of foolscap were
produced , and in entire earnestness the
two gentlemen began noting the goods
to bo transferred. There were united
Slates bonds , state and county securities ,
and private claims so long that three
pages of foolscap were consumed in
unumcrating them. At the middle ot
the third page thotwohundied-tliousand-
dollar limit had been passed , and still
the old cross-esamlner kept discovering
now property of Judge L. , who began to
be acutely unhappy as the process con
"Any real estate in thn country ? "
' Yes , a farm up the river. "
"How many across v"
"Four hundred , worth about $10 tin
"That adds $10,000. Well ? "
"Jlohl up , Judge. 1 don't know that I
can include the farm. You see , there is
a sort ot a claim on it "
"Oh. never mind that. 1 just buy your
"Come 10 think of it. I don't believe
you will. It wouldn't bo fair to load you
iii ) with all this unsalable propel ty , and
1 iriioss I'll ' pull out ol the trade and com
promise by setting up champagne foi the
Which accounts for the good humor
which IWB recently boon so marked in
St. Louis giib-light circles.
Tlio A oino ol' Grout noss.
Chicago Herald. "Jf 1 was worth as
much money as Mob Gurroll , " said a Mai-
timore it Ohio tiain boy , "do you know
what 1 would doV"
"Htm a railroad ? " queried the brake-
" ' "
"Kace horses ? "
"Travel in Yurriii } "
"Yacht ? "
"I'd hire liftcun uf the best buo ; bill
players in the United Svntes , nay 'em
* fOOODa piece , take 'em round the coun
try by special iniin , and knock thn
st'illm' out of all the champions in tlio
business. Tliat'n what I'd call doin'
MJinoin' for one's country , but none of
our rich men seem to have any desire to
have their names handed down to pos
terity. " _ _ < _
Klogaut brick residouco , ton looms ,
modern convenienceSt. . Mao's avis.
Dr Graddy , 1101 Faru.un M.
Whitebrcastnuti.v7u ! , fi7n 1-t.r 1 u the
cheapest aud U - > t fuel
M.JJ , 1'irU. Co. , JJ14 buut
OS THE FROSTIER 50 YEARS ,
Jim Bilker , the Oldest Scout iu tbc Rocky
The Dfiyi When Whisky Was $ JJil n
Gnllon niul Powder $ : tn Pint
"There is jn l one man living now thn t
I remember as being hern when I lirst
came into this country , " s.iid old Jim Ma
ker , the pioneer frontiersman , to a Den-
Mil1 rribuue-Hepublicnn reporter , "thai
! old Sorrel , a Frenchman , who lives
with the Indians down on \ \ iml ilvcr.
He is about my age Yon iu I come hero
when I was very .voitng. I'd be a young
man now U it wasn't for the fact that I
v\a blowed all to pieces bj ( lie bursting
of a gun at a I'te < amp about Ivvout ) IIvo
mile * up Cheiry crick in ' ( II. And then
I've lately had both sbonldeis fractured
trying to drive ome of my bronchos to n
wagon. Hut I'm getting belter uM the
time. Folks think I ought to be a hun
dred years old beeau-e I've been lime , so
long. I didn't like to go to school binlc
in Illinois when I was n boy , so I ran
away and went over to St. Louis and
joined Dripn's party , in thocmplov of the
American Fur company. 1 enlisted lor
oightivn monthWe were not enlisted
as soldiers are , to go into battle regard-
les , but we agreed to defend the compa
ny's propeity and light Injuns if neces
sary , looking out tor No. ! lir.-t.
rnit n MI N IN 1111 : i-viirv.
"There were eighty men in our party
and we began hunting and trupnme
beaver over in the Teton ba-in This
was iu W , and all this oountri was Mex
ican territory then. I soivcd my tinio
out and v\ent bacK to Illinois : md came
out again m Ml us a'skin trapper'for
Frappe il"d Mridger. MJ outfit was taken
care of hor-e , traps , etc -ami I was
paid $0 apiece for he.iv or skins. They
were then vvoith * 5 a pound It was n
d d poor man tint couldn't mnko $ < ( )
a dav on all average. U hat did we do
with our money * Well , we got rid of it.
yon bet Alcohol was ? ' ' . ! a jrallon , but
we put ; n a gallon ol water and brought
the price down to § 1(1 ( Kvervtiling at
the lemle/.voiis that vv.is what the headquarter
quarter- were called was sold by the
pint Powder vvas $ .1.1 pint , collen $1.51) ) ,
sugar the s.ime nru-e , and so on Hut a
man's gilib then w.i > m hi > ammunition
supply. When I stalled out , no matter
whether for three da s or thi.'o months , !
neyer took any grub along 1 shot and
tiappcd all 1 wanted to cat \ \ by , I'vo
come near starving several times sineo
the game run out. \ \ ell. as 1 was saying ,
the boys would get rid of their money ,
drinking and gambling | hen I'vo
known some ot them to | > : lBdi | as
ij-150 lor a squaw.
rn.iniM , vv mi iiir
"Shoitly after I came out heretic second
end time we vyere camped oh the very
creek where I live now - Snake river wo
called it then and there \vc had a lively
light with a part.v of about rUO ) Sioux ,
t heyennes and Ariipahoes. The Arnpa-
hoes didn't do much lighting , but they
urged the others on There wore twenty-
three in our party , and I can frivo you
the names ol every one of them. Old
Frappe was in command. The Indians
made about lorly charges on us , coming
up to within ten or htteen paces of us
every time Their object wan to draw
our iire , but old Frappe kept .shouting ,
'Don't shoot till you're sure. One at : i
time. " And so some ot us kept loaded all
the time. We made breastworks of 0115
bor.ica and hid behind * .slumps. Ora
Frappe was killed , and ho was the ugliest
looking dead man I ever saw , and 1 have
seen a good many. His face was all cov
ered with blood , and he had rotten front
tee h and a horrible grin. When he was
killed he never fell , but sat braced up
against the stump , a sight to behold.
Well , when the light was over tin ro were
about a hundred dead Injuns. There
were three of our parlv Killed ?
A v i in Monr.sr MAN- .
Maker is one of the most modest men
in the world , constantly holding himself
in the background. It is said that ho
was one of tlio giittiost of 1 lie defenders
of the camp in the above battle , und
phned no small pait in the success of the
day. He admitted killing four redskins
that ho was positive about.
"Were there any other noted men who
participated in that battJeV" inquired tha
"Noted , li 1 , " said the gilm old scent
abruptly. "I wasn't noted. I was nothing
ing bnt'a greenhorn. "
After the reporter had made profuse
apologies the old man was induced to
continue. "Well , alter that 1 went down
into Ari/ona. There was lots of beaver
in Ari/.ona in them days. I1 or the first
lifteen or twenty years I was out here I
never staid more than a week or so in a
place. I never settled down until ' 5 ! )
when I went to farming over here on
Clear Creek. I knew as much about
farming as the devil does about running
a saw-mill. I opened up a coal bank aud
brought in the lirsl coal that was over
teamed into Denver. It sold then for
from -fIfl to .f.'O a ton. In Tr > J wan chief
scout with old General Harnuy in the
lii-nl war the United States had with the
Sioux Indians. In ' 7. ! I wont up on Snake
river where 1 live now. There was no
one there then , but it's pretty well set
tled up nowMy shoulders are a little
out of shape * -o I can't hold a gun to my
shoulders , but I've got a greyhound that
is a pretty good hunter lie will go out
and run an untolono down every time I
give him the word. "
The old man has participated in Indian
scriminage innumerable , but wan never
senoiinly wounded uxcopt by the gun
bin sting above referred to. He got all
ready to die then and.wan moceeding to
maki ) his wijl when some of his frieiulH
cheered him up with the leinark that he
shouldn't give up.
"Do yon think I'd butter JIVL , " ho
"Why , certainly , " was the reply "You
are good for a long linin yet. "
"Well , then , by , J'lf live , " said the
old frontiersman , and ho did , tlion li ho
still h.is a deformed jaw , somewhat hid
den by his stubby gray beard.
or ini. "i.i.A'iin.itsrocKi.Mj" OIIDKK.
The old man is a typo of the frontier *
mini of the "lealhorstocking" older , a
clii&i of men often read about , but seldom
seen in these da > .s honest and modest ,
and poi'foctlv uiiasMiming. His parting
admonition was. "Now don't go and
write me up as onn of the greatest men
of the country , for 1 ain't. Don't mnke add
d-d fool of me , for I won't stand It.
I'vo never had any Sundays or holidays ,
AVhen I've felt like doing an.v thing I've '
done it. regardless of days. > iovv 1 urn
resting and taking it ea-y. "
'I IIP ( 'iirtliliT skipped.
ST. Lot-is , Mo. , July It The 1'iovldent
S vin < a bmk closed its ( loin * to-diy nud
nmdu an assiRninunt. Almond M. 1'homii
son , rnsliiui , lias alsioiuleil. Thu liabilities
oxiei-'l the iissnts by i 10 , < ! 0'J. ' Thump-on Is a
Hi.ubiiiti ) ot llaiviud collide , and * mce ho
has laid Ids lOsponMuh' posil.oii In tnlsdty
hiubien jojjudi'U asa m.uiof ioi ; UK jiitcx ;
lily. HoisiiOsiileatut ) the JluiV4rd ululiof
this city , anil ol tinImht cav.diy , ana i *
DiomliieniKnisht TCIUI.IHI. Ho announced
hU IntmUlon the Ifltioi pan uf lust week or
iu-fiinii > aiiyiii Urn f ijht r.i\.di > to ll.u Mate
iincAiiiiiifiit ) | at Sw.i't bianij- . , aim U vyas
iruiit-i.'illy ui > ) > o'd that lie was theio. Au-
vlmtoliom that point , ImwHver , slant Hint nu
JKIK jiavi-i l > wn nrai thn cam | > and It i HIIJI-
pnwil tli.it ho Im * joined tlio nnny ol iloniuU-
ms < n C.iuaila. N nil ' ! i , iu n tel Idnuwal-
rai..u < < > bi-.i i iiul i ill i tl.ni ( * I living' ,
f , I , , ! HUII IIIM h K own to bpe'-iilate.
T'n ii uirsuillu o.i'ilv Invu pctitioiifd l < I