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' _ ] r.A.Br.aSJlED JUNE 1f , 1871 OMAILA : , TUESDAY MORNflduuiy . , . - - - ,
OUAL , - . - . JANUARY 22 1895. ) SINGLE . COPY I"Irm CEN'rS.
FIRED ON STRIKERS
Drowt Attacked a Oar a Short Dstnco
from the Ridgeway Depot
MILiTIA RESPONOO : wiTH A VOLLEY
About Two Hundred and Fifty Rounds
Were Fired by the Troops.
M POOR MARKSMEN AS FRENCH DUELISTSgro
With All the Shooting There Are
Report or Oasualties.
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- two POLICEMEN SHOT BY A MOB
\0111 , of Uno of Thcm10 SrIou- !
80ldlcrs 'oro JOllt Jusy Uurlll the Uay
8uI'IIrcMMlnl Jlnor UIMturblUlccl
Throujhout tilt cS ) ' .
flflOOKL.YN Jan. 21.-Vlolence and blooll-
ahell constltutcs the record of the eighth day
'f : the ( electric street car operal\'ea' BtrIlce .
Three 111tamen ! art In hospitals wlh broken I
! eals , two havIng suffered at the hands of
rIotous men or women , whie the third was I
the vlclm of his own carelessness , having
fllon out of I second story window. I score ( :
or moro polcement arc sulerlng from build L
wounds or contusions of the head and body
disabling them for the time being. To what L
extent the strikers have surered cannnot be
conjectured. I they escaped punishment I I
was not the fault of the militiamen , who , In
accordance with orders , fired as directly at I
their assailants as I den o fog which coin
Illetely obscured objects at thirty yard' dis -
thrice , would permit . The strike Is not enled
and order Is not restored . Seven thousand
national guardsmen and 100 or 1,600 riollce -
men have not today been strong enough to
2 male the resumption of the street
railway trafc In Brooklyn Ilosstble. In fact ,
the gaIn over Saturday Is hardly Ilreq\tble , ,
The calling out of Lle First brigade , coin
poscl of New Yorl' City regiments , has
seemed rather to aiM to the tension t hal to
bring a solution of tim .lfclies , Tii a
task of restorIng I\enco and order aJng ,
nearly 200 miles of street car lines Is a vas t
one The now levy numbered not fur trom
4,000 men. They were moved across the
- , . - great bridge early In the day. The various
, ri companIes went by elevated trains wiiercve r
It was possible to the points where tey t
had been ordered. Generally speaking , the
greetings they met with on the streets \\ere
far from frIendly. A Scotch mist s tLed
down on all the city , In
al cly Increasing dl'lslty
as the evening approached , and added to
ROSTER OF TiE INJUR1D.
Following Is I list of Injured today as fnr
lS known :
DennIs hush , policeman , contused wounds
on face , caused by I stone.
- Collins , private , Company I StWent hi
regimen , head cut open wih a brick , not
Patrick Coolhan , policeman , nose breke fliP .
by a stone.
Patrick Culgan , policeman , of the Recond
precinct , shot In the arm.
d James Degan , polceman , shot In the beat
- Camllen , policeman , heall cut 'open.
Joseph DQlely , conductor , Imoelld sens I-
less whie running a car.
- Ennis , prlvato , company II , Seventh
regiment , beau cut open by a stone ; serJously .
Wilam GOllenburg , motorman , badly ut
about the head.
Valentine Kussler , burt In olsion at t
KIPI , major ot the Seventh regiment , severe -
veto wound In the leg ,
- - Hran , Private In Seventh regiment ,
Company F , struck In head.
Frank Ryan , hurt In collision at Gates
George Shacklelon , policeman , face cut
open.Emcr F. Van Dylo prIvate In TweUh
regiment , compound fracture of the 81u'I ,
broken dIe. jaw and fractured leg Will Irobably
- - Wilson , policeman , hurt
Wison I\oleeman In chest.
Josephine Zeljler , Brooklyn , struck by a
car. condition IJrecurlous.
Unknown lan , fell from an elevated st . a-
t lon , will die.
i' Two unknown men , suffering from slght I
' .i gunshot wounlls. , _
' ( THEm Am WAS UNCEnTAI
A car started from the Idgowool statli liii ,
of the Brooklyn heIghts ; company a stalon . '
aCer 5 o'clock and was assailed with voleys' . '
of stones and bricks before I IJrOceorled fe ir. '
I private soldier was struck In the heal
wlh I stone a ril disabled The ) oncer In
command ordered hIs mun to shoot. tutu two
volleys were Ired towards the windows ai nil
bousetolls from whIch missies hall ni.st hy
been hurled. The soldiers' aim , however : ,
was rendered uncertain by the dense Ic ug.
I'ollcemen tilso did 80mo shooting at this
. . poInt" with what elect Is as uncertain : as
- In the ease of the militia men. I
Is asserted by the 1Iila ol [ hi-
cots that they only ordered the volley wit en
the 'Iolonce of the mob made It necesary
On the smo hue a car started out nn hour
after . anti Was beset by rioters nt Gates and
StuTvedsnnt avenue. 'fhe pollee escorti ng
I essayed to drlvl er the rioters , and vh lIe
; kr' "iloing so were frell upon Crom a house. I"lve
. policemen were wounded , one In the at m .
another In the band
, antt three other re- i
Mlvcd palnul [ Injuries by being struck wlh [ t
The Haley street line also was the scene
of several lively encounlers. In one oC them
Irlmto Ennis oC the Seventh reglneht , was
knocked senseles with a stone. Se\ral
shots were fred Into the crowd and rumor
has I that tour men were seen to ( till . It
. that hi the ease the wounded were cart , I
, .o' V aWay by their Crlends.
t At the , lulse ) ' street depot a car was pelt ed
l with stones and sticks , the wlnlolS
were broken and the wood work smash ed .
Two police guarJs tired ' theIr 1\lstols into \ the I
crowd , \ hick dispersed , Whelher or not any
, one ' \.s" strucic la not Imown. Under such I
conlltQns I was deemed nh'hlablo to
abandon for the nlgbt attempts to
Ilght atemllls run cars
on aity of the .
' toll'UI lilies and by 4:30 :
Q'clocl all the car were housed.
. Men to take the
tl place of the strilcers are 1
' being cnaed ' In other cites and from the I
'ulfcmpoyed ! of nrooldyn The ranks of the I
strIkers will probably be recruited tomorrow
by the COO linemen who until , now , lav remained -
IAlned In tim employ oI / the company , " They
have let It be understood that tomorrow II icy
will not go out to repair cut lines even at
the risk of dIsmissal , They 11 not strt ke .
tile ) ) ; they \ Ill merely reuse to perle tin
the worl requIred of theta and put upon the
Clllllunlci the onus of discharging them
'r 11 the oan' ' of aldermen this aftern Don
I resoluton was Introduced by Mr Cohen
t which b Ilrolloses to oblige corporations operatIng -
Ing street ral\\"a)1 by electricity to emplo
as motormen only such persons u shall have .
passed 1 i satisfactory examination as to their
WILl. TAla ) ACTIVE IMSUlES ,
The board : voted \lhout dissent the ap-
pr"1 t5f f a 1emorlal signed ' by about
aixty property owners , which cals for
InruUrea whIch shall compel lbs street r au-
way companies to operate the usual number
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oC cars Illn their lines or else request the
nlorney general 10 brIng proceedings for
( hoT annulment ot their proceeiings .
The depot on the ThIrd avenue railroad at
Thi rd avenue and Fly-slxth street was gar-
rise ned today by companies F , G and I of the
Captain Torno oC
company F was In commanll. The detach-
ment numbered 250 men. Companies I antI
I wer quartered In the power house at Sec-
end avenue and IrIH-second slreet. The
striker to the number ot I couple of hun-
dred , hell I continuous meeting at their bead.
qua rters. A committee of citizens , appointed
last night , waited on all the storekeepers In
the vicinIty to ask for donations
Cor the strIkers. At 0 o'clock this
evening 30 ; In cash hall been subscribed , besides -
sides barrels oC potatoes , sacks of four , tea .
cof fee , bread , tomatoes meat antI all kinds , ot
gro ceries. The Iequol club resembled a large
gro cery store and the citizens' committee
wa s kept busily engaged .lstrlbutng . the sup-
ill , es to the men and ! their families. The
men claim they are In a position tl h'll out
for six months. Beore daybreak this morn-
Ing the overhead , wire oa the down town
track . 10Wl
was cut. Three repair wagons eAmo
on the scene at 3 o'clock In the afternoon
anl after an hour's work the wire WdS hut
In working order. I was announced at 4
o'c lock that no effort to mnkC , a trill would
bo made tonight. letng hall been expec\ ,1 ,
at the stables of the AtanUc rcall nL l'ourth
avenue and Irorty'sixth street , but Ilulet pre-
va lied durlug the ilny. The scene Ilrescntcil
aTh marl animated appearance than that ot the
Third avenue depot , a large ero\\1 being
Ireent during the lay , but no , lsturblnce
took place. The
toca Ilace. company ran twenty-eIght
cnrs , the service helng fair. In addition to
230 militiamen there was on duty a strong .
rorco of polco under Captains Clayton and
K enny. I dense tog set In durIng the alterat
noon , and at 6 o'clock It was announcell no
car would run aCer 8 o'clock until tomorrow .
FIRST MILITIAMAN HUnT.
mmer I' . Van Drlte , a member ot the Six-
teenth regiment , ( eli from the second story
ot the Thirteenth reghnent armory at Flat-
bush avenue to the roof ot the Long Island
rlroal depot this evening and sustained a
compoulll fracture of the skull.
astern New York was quiet all ( lay. It
hal h put on a military appearance by the
additon of I battery of artillery to thc
Inrantr forces stationed at the Alabama
avenue depot of the Fulton avenue railway
anl old inhabitants were put In : lnd rlway
tme when I recruiting camp was stationed
there about thirty years ago. The only
evidence of disorder noticed this morning
wns the cutting of the trolley wIres on both I
Fulon street and Broadway. These were
repaired before 10 o'clock and ICeen minutes I
later the Irst cars were sent down toward
Irulon ferry. They found no obstruction In I
the way , and though they occupied more than
the schedule time , they made regular trips
tl 4:30. :
New men were received at Intervals urlng ,
the day , which enabled the company In the
afernoon to put thirty cars on the line. . :
This required the withdrawal from the
avenue and streets near the depot ot the
10lccmen stationed there In order to place
two men on each car. Captain Gorman
caled for reinforcements , which he receh'e
from the Fifth and NIneteenth IJreclncts. The
maneuvers necessary to protect the Ilepot
were quickly executed. When completed the
positon was quito warlike , four cannel with I
quiet significance were planted so as to mIni 3
very approach to the depot.
The crowd was Inept back two blocks by
the mounted polce and there was little to
dlsturu the regularity oC their duties unt I
night approached , when a large fro was
klndlel In the square and precautions were
doubled to prevent any surprise or any stone
throwing t from the neighboring houses or : :
from the structure of tim elevated road whIch
crosses the place diagonally. The oleials :
of the Drooldyn , Queen's County and Suburban -
urban railroad Informed Captain Gorman
hat , 'a soon as the men they had engagel
arrIved they would open up the route. One
car was then brought out anti sent up
Fulon avenue and returned about 3:30 : loaded
wih' men , some few of whom were expert
motormen. i They were soon ready for work
and at 4 o'clocl the frst car for I ful week
or more was startEI down Droadway. I was
unmoleslel , but al every swItch much dUll -
culy was experienced In progressing , as the
switches were nil frozen : Large crowds assembled 1-
sembled at these places , notably at nell and
Summer avenues , but beyond jeerIng and
some little verbal abuse the new men wore
n ot Interferred with. Six car In all were
Eent out. All of them returned safely al
6:10 : and not a stone or other mlssl3 was
thrown at them ln the route. No cars ,
were sent out aCer 4:30 : o'clock on this lin 0
and all the new men are heM In the depot
at o prevent the strikers coaxing them away.
LIE MEN WILL STI1IKF.
One of the mem ers of the strikers' bard
said : "The line men have determined to
refuse to male the necessary repaIrs to wires : : ,
e tc. , when called upon to do so by the com-
p an'ea. ! " ThIs acton hy the linemen Is I
equtvnlent to their striking.
A9 trolley cars Nos 10 and 1.520 of the
Gates avenue lines . In charge of Motormen
Theodore Alter and William Essel , were
passing through Gates avenue near Central
avenue at G:23 : this evening they were a : 3-
s ailed by a Cuslale oC stones from the house
tops and the windows on both sides of the :
avenue. The crowd which lined the skIt 0-
walks Joined In the attacks and sent voIle : y
after volley ot stones into the cars. Patro I-
men George Chacileton , Dennis Bush and :
James L. Coolhan were severely injuret :
Coollhon's nose was broken and flush and
Shackleton receIved several contusions about ,
the face. The cars were stopped , when the
slonethrowers ran away. The policemen '
wounds were dressed by an ambulance .au r-
geon In the Ninth preclnt , to which static in
the t Injured were conveyed.
At 8,15 : p. m. , as a cal or the liaIse i
street line was beng ! taken into the depot
at Broadway and Illesy street , I mob fv
over 1,000 men and hays gathered and threw
stones at the car , smashlnj all the window
The two Ilolcemen In the car got off and
fired their revolvers nt the mob , but so far
as could bo learned no one was injure
Pickets of the Seventh regiment , statoned ;
there , made repeated charges and filial ; y
drove the crowd bacl
The ranks oC the strikers In Drooklyn
today were swelled by the addition of gani gu
of tramps anll loafers form New York gang Al
day , through the rain and fog , these hoodlums -
lums tramped tram , New Tonic over tI tie
Brooklyn brIdge , bound ! for the point where
Instinct told them ( there would lIkely be the
mOlt trouble. I Is estimated during one :
hour this morning , 6,000 persons crossed the
bridge by way of ! the lersons .
TWO POIC IEN SHOT ,
While three cars on the Gates avenue Ino
were .on theIr way down town nt 0:30 : o'clock : :
this evenIng they were surrounded by a howlIng -
Ing mob at Gates and Stuyvesant avenue
Missiles of every description were hurled at
the men In ehargo of the cars antI \ the pu-
Ice .who were escorting theta I Itorti oil
oC the mob bath gathered 01 the hOUSHops
In the vicinity , and from this , 'untago
ground bricks , taken from chimneys , were
hurled wIth terrible erect un the police , toV-
oral of whom were badly injured Bm-
bohQnel1 by the fact that the latter were
comparatvely powerless to make resIstant o.
the mob pressed forward and a numhr of
shots were fired , several oC which took ef- !
feet on Policemen PatrIck Coolgan a imd
James Degan ot the Second precinct , who
[ formed I portion of the guard. Dgaii was
shot through the arm and Coolgan through
the hanll. They were taken to u nelghb -
lug store where their wounds nellbor- drrsted i
by nn ambulance surgeon whu was sit : in-
monel , aCer whIch they were taken 10 their
homes Tb , mob - Ifter _ \\ls \ sucC\otcd } In
tIiio \ which
-ll\rl wore down 011-
Iloslto ( ito Ninth precinct police Maton on
Gates avenue During the melee Kate Ii at-
ney was detected throwIng mIssies from I
window , She was placed under arrest
The greater nunber ! of new emplO'CS of the I
Brooklyn City Railway company which
were taken to the Idgewood avenue scab lea
tonight have deserted and joined the strIker
and tonight there I not I slnglo man In the
stablC who can operate the cars The 1
strIkers lueeed In winning the men over
this evenIng and . are takInG care of them for
JimSty CITY , N. J. , Jan. 1.--l Is 11.
leged that the ( cmployes of the Consolidait ;
Traction company In Jersey City have decIde it ;
to tie UII the trolley roads In the event of the
Brooklyn strIke resulting In a victory for
tie Dlen. .
II ATCJLIS HURRYING - hONE
HawaIan Sailed Ministdr for or Foreig , Affairs
JAPANESE ARE BECOMING TROUBLESOME
Co ming Into the blaiull on Jvnr7 Steamer
and Are Uegllnlnl , to Thlnlt 'them-
Are Mostly English.
SAN FnANCISCO , Jan. 21.-E. M. Hatch ,
minister of foreign affairs of the hawaiian
rep ublic , sale for Honolulu today Mr.
1nlch Is rushing home to lend hIs assist-
anco to his government Ho deplores the
con dition of affairs at Honolulu and declares
that hawaii has many important questions
to deal with In its coming history. Incl-
dc tal ) , It was learned from friends of the
minister that the Japanese question Is becoming -
coming a serious one , and that the preen
visional government has not only had the
roynlsts to deal with , but It has also had
to use its force 10 suppress an uprisIng of
Japanese laborers on the plantaton of Etva .
Imi Is a 20OOO-acre grant , situated Ileen
mies back or Honolulu Several days before i
the revolution headed by Wilcox se"erl I
hundred Japanese on the plantation made an I
at tack on the overseer and nearly killed I
hi m . Sever I white men were Pretty badly
bealen by the rioters , and the polce had to I
be called on for protecUon.
"The Japanese , I fear , will overrun the i
country , " said the minister. "Every "essel t
[ rom Japan brings In a large number of laborer -
borer anti the Japanese ore commencing ;
to thInk that they are alt powerful They
arc quarrelsome and vicious.
"Regarding the rebellion , I think It will I
be shorthived. The provisIonal government II I
I amply strong enough to cope with the i
malcontents , and I expect to find the whies I
In complete control on my arrIval at Hono-
"Wilcox has been stirring up strife for n I
long ( line. I Is true that I great many of r
the royalists are English subjects. This mny r
lead to complications , but I eta convinced I
that Englishmen arc sensible enough to
know that there Is no other course to pursue
bul to punish conspIrators , whether the of-
[ enlers be English , German or AmerIcans. ; .
JmUEI LEAVES . TilE : JLSIE.
Ial'cl Ills Format ExIt from the I'ulace 0' I
the l'reSlIent II I'"rls.
i'1rns. Jan. 21.-Ex-I'resident Casimir-
Perler formally vacated his apartments In
the EIsee palace at 1 o'clock today. Dy
order of President Fauro military honors :
were rendered to the ox-president. As he
alpear In lie court yard the drum corps :
roled out a salute and the guard of honor :
pr entell arms All the members of the
ex -president's civil and military household : 5
as to him good-bye. He was :
dresse In a black frock coat and I was
notced that be did not wear the rIbbon of
the Legion of Honor. With his wife , wbo
was attired In I dark costume. the ex-presI-
dent entered a landau , drawn by two horses I ,
amI drove to his
a private residence Only n I
smal crowd of people witnessed his de-
Ilrture , but naarly all of these present un-
co vered theIr heads as Caslmlr-Perler
eo\ered - drov C
away. a courtesy which he aeknowlelged
quiety hy bowing.
President Fauro lunched nt the Elyse 0
palace for the first time tOday El'see wJ
talm up his official residence there perma- ,
11URDEREI 1'OI T1IEIIC 1ILES.
Amerlcals Killed II qUatellla by 11el :
Who Are . : xl.cetll a " 'nr.
CITY OF : , IXICO , Jan. 21.-neport COmes
Crom Tehuantepec that Colonel Dunn amI
Thomas Murphy have been murdered In i
Guitemala while enroute for the line of the
G temala Northern railway , whither they
were taking 100 mules. purchased In this
republc to work on the construction of Ihat ( :
r ailroad. There Is Ito doubt that the outrage t-
rage was committed by renegades along the
border for the purpose of gettIng beth : r
mounts for use In the threatened conflict be
tween . Mexico and Guatemala. The murdered
men were Americans , formerly connected wit .11 .
the Tehuantepec nai way Construction con i-
pany. An investigation wi be demanded
by the AmerIcans In Mexico and Guatetnal :
C ( lNG 10 , - A snow 1)OWN.
Unles Guatemala Answers at , Once Trouble
Is 1.lkory to 1iiite .
CITY OF MEXICO , Jan. 21.-I was
l earned his ( evening that the warship General -
eral Zaragossa has been crlerd to 1 Guatemalan -
malan port 10 take on , board thin MexIcan
ehargo d' affaires , Senor Jose GOdoy. I the
Guatemalan glvlrment does not answer the
last l and final note of the Mexican government
here Is believed 10 b the most ImmInent
rlEk ( a declaration of war President Daz :
was to have gone 01 I hunting trip toay , ,
but postponed I , as Is generally thought , on
account of the serious
situation with GU3te-
mala. It Is i reported that a cabinet meetie ig
will bo held tonight or 11 the morning to
nice immediate action .
.Japs I.ali Near 'ot-Ual-'Vol.
CIJEE FOO , Jan 21.-About
CIEE 21-About thirty-fl Va
Japanese Iranspcrts , each towing I couple ot
junlts j and fifteen war ships , arrIved In Yung
Ching bay , south of the Chantung promo
t ory . At daylight three ot the war ships
engagel the shore defense , silencing them
after I dozen rounds There was no further
oppositon aUI the Japanese landed , I Is e 2-
( imitated ! , 25,000 Iroops. The landing was effected -
fected during a heavy snow slorm. Ylng
Ching Is not far from Wei-llal.Wel.
IhlrUI Iiimmmfly's tuecsNor.
DUDA IESTI Jan. 21Dr. Jesslderlus ,
forulerly minister of justice , has been elect el
l ) resideflt of the Chamber ot Deputes In succession -
cession to Damon Danry , who Is now premier
ot Hungary. _ _ _ _ _
HaUal Trolls : leturllll to the Coast :
MASSOWAI. Egypt , Jun. ' 21.-General
Baraterl arll the ( bulk oC the Italian troops
have arrived at Isamarn on theIr way to
the coast. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
it rchihi . hop or Toulouse .
TOULOUSg France , Jan 21.-Cardlnal
JcspreRe , archbishop of 'l'oulousc , Is dead ,
aged 8 ) 'enrl.
Imlr/lois ( 'IIIUl , I'-url I thhiiistry.
P4\ILLS Jan. . .
PAlS , 21.-M. Uourgeols has renounced m -
nounced the task oC attempting to form a
new ministry _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ,
hector 1'lllry ' or 1010 10111 ,
ROME , Jan. 21.HcDr. . Emery , rcc-
tor emulus of the Irish . college - , Is dead.
11' IJn'WR , rUIUlW IUU JFRLL .
81'1111 Gun . \r 11\0101 to' llouth Uakotl
III lUls Ils Nellhe\
YANKTON S. D" , Jan 21.-(8peclal ( Te me-
gram.- ! ! . C. Tnylbr . I storekeeper In
Mecling , 1 ' small town fame miles east
of Ills ( city' , itlaced n shotgun nt the Ire nt
door of his place of business on Snturda
night as n protection against burglnrs. )
attached strings to the. triggers anti ri is-
toned the other end to the door latch , so
( hat boll barrels of the gun would be dls-
charged with the slightest mo'ement of
the latch , Frank Hhllott . nephew to Ti I-
lor , went to the store door and lifted the I
latch The gun was discharged , Ifel I bi-
10tt received the ( contents of both barrels
In his abdomen Hc . hived twelve hours
t'hcroone l'u\lh"o Arrested .
CUEYENNE , Jan 21.-(8peclal ( Telegrai )
-Private lke Chandler of the Bighth In-
entry , who murderously assaulted Poll cc-
man Ingals with I knife In Cheyenne nb out
a month ago. hal been apprehendell at L on.
lon , K ) ' . , which ! wets his home beer ! on.be
enl isted . Governor Ichnr s Snl n rcqulsl-
lon for the prisoner this ICeroon anti nn
otcer will leave for Jentlck : , In the morn-
hag . Chandler wi br brought back to
ante swer the charge of nB atlt with Intent
to commit murder .
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0"1,1 1' J'B - WJl I " 'nlt'EU ,
Firs neports of Hun Sinking of the Mis-
seen WeN 1xagernteei ,
LOUSVILLE , Jan. 21..Tbo loss of life
occasioned by the sInking of the Memphis &
Cincinnat line steamer State of Missouri ,
near Inrling landing , Saturday evening
wi l b smaller than at first supposed. Some
of these reported drowned have since turned
up and at present the missing , as known to
the survIvors In the city , aret
CIAHLES MFMLED1TII , Cincinnati , freight
ha ndler . white.
JACOB DllmOUn , Cincinnati , colored ,
dec k hand .
JIM DAnnOUH , Cincinitati , colored , deck
WASh ! SMITI , Cincinnat colored , deck
\ v. M , SIMS , Memphis ; colored , deck band.
The fifteen lassel'gers ' on board were savel ,
as were nit the oflicers. Mr. Thomas Small ,
one ot the local agents of the steamboat
lne , said today that James Seery , the steersof
mun who was reported lost , arrived In the
cit y last night on the Tel City , and left
this h morning for Cincinnati over the Ohio &
tsslsslppl raihroatl. Mate Wlburton says
Seery care upon the boat without making .
him self Imown. I Is not unlikely that the
lst of missing may bo further shortened by
At the office ot the lemphls , New Orleans
& Cincinnati Packet company this morning
wo received a dispatch from Captain New-
lon of the sttamer State of Kansas stating
that all passengers or this Ill-fated Missouri
lassengers thlCate llssCrl
hall been picked up nt Alton and other points.
The Kans reached the scene of the wreck
about 5 o'clock this morning and lie lele'
gram was sent from Stevelprt at 6:30 :
Captain Joe Conln , Clerks Julius Whieerloto
ni aii. Charles Howard , Russell Lewis , Pilots
James and George Pel and other ofcers of [
the ( Missouri were at Alton thIs morning and
w ill arrive here on the Cly of Owensboro anl
the John K. Speed this evening. The Tel .
City brought thlrty-threo of the crew Into I
this port lot night lost oC these bal been
plck up at herdIng's landing. The mate ,
Nick Adams , and one of the engineers were
plelted emit ( In the middle of the stream In a
yawl near fleno seven mIles below the scene :
of lie ( accident. The mat and engineer had
rescued a num\ . 0 : j . cr : from the top ef
the ( cabin and plot noose , among thee saved
being three oC the five women parlngers.
The men were still following the wreckage I
when taken on board the " Tell City. So far
as could be learned at .the local ofce only
two persons boarded the bat here. They
were Mr. and lrs. John S : Shannon of Alex-
an dnia. They had been st pling at the Oauhl
house h for a day or two " . and were Gaul
Other pasengers were Casper ' W'hltehieail I
of Toblnsport and Sias J , McCafrey atid i
wire oC Philadelphia ; Miss , M. D. Org anl
PhiadelphIa ; Mr. Garlatii . of Can-In-the-
Hock , Ill. ; 1. C. Moore of Lincoln , Neb. ,
and James hack of Memqliis. The carg ;
which the boat carried was
w s , unusualy light , ,
and It was the desIre to get the boat to New r
Orleans as soon as possible In order that It I
mtght get I good share of th ! heavy Crelght t
movement northward. Ordinarily the steamer
carried from fifty to 100 passengers. and had
the accident occurred I , Jc" days , later the
loss of life would probably . lave been much
greater. I I
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OIWEllEn TIE CH1MEN OUT.
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Whlo Laborer noterimitmuod'riioy Shah Kot
Work at. Idaho'priiims. .
IDAHO SPInNGS , COlo" ! Jan. 21-There
Is i I likelihood or trouble In' thIs camp eve
the t fact ot Chinese laborers being hrought
In I to worl In the mines The frt In -
stailnent oC Chinese arrived on last Th rs -
lay for the Argonaut mine , up Ute creel : ,
about eIght tattles from Idaho SprIngs
Eght men were In the gang , with one
whl hess Work commenced on F'nida ) : '
and conlntmed . I"rlla
contnne Saturdp.y. On Saturday :
night the Chinamen were waited upon by a [
commitee of twenty-live white minero I .
who requested them to quit the camp. The
Chinese were given until niornini
to t leave Ind did s at that time , coming ,
to t town , where :
they camped , hwaiting order -
der from the white bOSH who vent on to
Denver to invoke the aid , ot time fL'cral
authorites , The mine Is owned by the
Ironaut Mining company of Denver , but
has beenl leased to I boss Chlnam.n , who
h as many Chlnes workIng . In
hns mlny gangs the
tock , Springs coal mines. The miner/ are
determined that Chtnese laborers shall not
come In while ( hero- are , Idle men shal cut
wagO to $1.0 a day , the rte the Chins
admit they arc to receive. If olilcer
come to prevent the wql . men from olcurs :
ferlng with coole labor there ' will he ( rot :
ble , At this tme It Is hard to tell tlU-
will be the outcome , but In the -llrst tie : -
nand the miner have won , and IC the .
Chinese win In' the next inovemant It Is I
the intention or their boss to bring In I
many more of the sale clusa. !
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ll.ln.s .UtE . .uJltEl n ,
Unlnlmols Vote for Advnclnr the Ono
' \'ny 1111 lound"lrJp Hate.
CICIGO , Jan. 21.-All 'f the wctern
rads now recorded their votes on the
queston of advancing 'te one way nnl
rund trip rates to the Pacific coast , an :
the vote Is unanimous rOf' the rise , which
wl talc effect on Fehrul ii [ ; Time ma : t-
ter was practically decided omo days ago ,
uut there were a few Intl which were
low In getting In their , vOtcH , anti the matter -
tot was nol considered as finally ma'ci
until they hall been heard Cram. Chairman : -
man Caldwell 'vitn toly instructed to I
notify all the connectons or the wcter
mauls of the proposed' ' advance , and the I ;
date on which It will become effective.
'rho earnll ' of the Atcimisomi system for
the secD"J week In Jlnuary were $174 13 ,
an Increase of $16,818 over the correspondim : ur
week or last year.
1'aylnl Union I'ucitiuu ( 'nimpons.
NgW YOnK , Jan 21.-The receIver or
the Union Pacific report that January and
June , 1631 , couponf on Utah Northern 7s
wi shortly be paid , I Is also reporte 75d
that the June , 1691 , coupons of the Union
Pacific collateral , trut Gs w11 he pal ) In
the near future No meeting of tockhiohi ii-
erg will take Illace until the annual meetIng -
lug In April. _ _ _ _ . _ _ - <
Morton Sumuummuonrtl to \ Yiu.hmtngtoi.
KANSAS CITY , Jun. ' 'tl.-Secretary ' ot
Agriculture J. Sterling Morton : started for :
time east tonight aftcm' l secln ; the local
packing institutions. 1r Morton was cot -
pcltl to leave to nigh t : as he his been
summoned to a cabinet n & elng In Wait , -
Ington Friday , In an Idter\lew. Mr. Morton -
ton fall he would Pt\jabl return later
to complete the Ilfp ttl.U. . . ) _
Coal ( 'ollnl from ,1lnlas. ,
PITT8DUnG , iCan , Jal , : 21.-The Nebraska -
braska sufferers have sent a petition hero
pryIng they he cent coal tQ In ) ep them from
rreezlng. TInt Ippeal Is being brought before -
fore the people. 1. tee tramlfortaton has ul.
really been granted anti a ( iin load or Cuel
losslbIe will ho . made up and , , lep\ " \ ( on al soon' us
I'enuiilies for I'raolieluf 1)'Iulotsl.
JEFFHISON ( l'raOteIUr' .
CTY. Jnn. 21.-In the lower
house of the legislature
leglslatur this afernoon :
Davidson oC 11rlon IntroduCed a 11 malting , :
I I misdemeanor , plnllhablc by from s : ;
to $5 lIne , for any one gl'lng all exhulhjitic fl ; ,
teaching or practleio& mesmerism
practcing or hYII-
notsm In the state .
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Uolu.rlng ( Aid for : Nl1braka.
PANA . Ill . , Jan , , -Jteliglou , orgadha a-
tons and business men have , united In a
cal for I mass meeting' ' for the purpc :
of aiding suffering people In Kansas and
N"brasku. A number or nr loads of coal
and Ilro1 Ions have area\rle2n lar : Jubscrlb : . d.
Death of it l'runlnont 'Mluourl Uh'luo
Eli IOHADO SlmNG8 10. . Jasi . 21 . -
uev. HUllhael Jlnne , agtt 6 . ) "utmi , .1ld ! ,
Ifr. today , He was wtit , known II Mis-
utougi. lie was I promll nt Mason , JulrU :
wil Ie burled by thq . loci , , - IVII" '
Two . afhhrrlrlf1 Jtcnui. .
8IEDOYGAN , Wls" , Jan , 21-1 furious
blozzarll Is ragIng In , hll vicIniy , Two
Norwegian fishermen , Peter Johnson Ind
mess Nelson went out op the luke and I
perished , o
COMBNED AGAINST BURTON
Kanss Senatorial Candidates Put the Sant
fo Attorney Against the Fiol
LUCIEN BAKER THEIR ChOICE AT PRESENT
MinisteriAl Union of Topeka holds R 1las'
Meeting Which two TholS1Uli 1'001110
Attend nOt Uiselss the
Si Itluittomi .
TOPEKA , Jnn. 2t.-Tho anti-Burton caucus
nt 7 o'clock lonlght nomlnatell I.uelen linker , .
state senator trout I.a\'enworth , for United
Slates senator to succeed John Martin , demo-
cra t. The fight , ever since the first general
caucus last Welnesday , has levelol\01 Into I
n battle between J. n. Burton of Dickinson 1
counly-who received his full strength ,
for ty-soven votes , seven short of the required I
number to nomlnateanl the ( field . wIth : I
Major Hood of En1orll and Senator Thacher
of Douglas county the next candIdates In I
10int ot strength , with any number of darl , :
horses mentoned for lie anti-Burton people
to unite upon. Ever since then the amiti'
Burlon men have ben tryIng to combine on I
some ono to beat flurtoti The excitement :
has been intense and lie question has been I
the sole topic of discussion In the hotel corridors -
riders , nt lie capital and on tl.\ streets ,
SUlla ) ' the ( ministers In three leadIng
churches preached strong sermons 01 the se- :
lecton of I United States senator , amid a I
uiu ass meelng unler the auspices or the i
lnlsterJal union or Topeka was also held I
at 10mllon hal , at which over 2,000 (
leople were present , where strong
re solution I were adopted. Mr. But
ton mnlo I very strong fight from Irst
to last , and has receIved splemiulid nsslstance
from his wife , who was \ wih him at his i
headquarters 10 the end.
Thl anti-norton caucus met alto
ant-Durton me shortly afer :
2 o'clocle this afternoon with fifty-eight votes :
representCI I large number of ballots were :
ta ken. At one tme , J. W. Ady receive I
! thirty-two. Major Hood's highest vote was :
I , th irty. Senator 'hacher wihdrew after tl
twenteth ballot , receiving as low as sIx votes :
he fore his withdrawal. The html ballot ,
shQrty after 7 o'clocl , resulted In Ifylve :
\ tea being cast for Lucien Baker , w\hot
countng his own \ote ,
An adjourment was taken 10 8 p. m. ,
when the general caucus of the repubilcau It
members oC both houses met The ant-Bur-
ton men do not seem to bo standing by their
caucua nomInee , and at this hour (9 ( p. m. ) ; .
afer live ballots have been taken , the result
stands : Burton , 51 ; Baker , 50 ; scatter -
ln g . 6.
Lucien Baker received the nominaton Cor
Unied States senator on the tenth ballot ,
receiving Ify.lour ( votes of lie genera
ca : ucus.
LINtS CLOSELY hRtWN.
Irlrlt Great Fight on the toilth Dalet" Ito
subll'8lon 11 Up Today.
PIERRE , S. D. , Jan. 21.-Special ( Tele-
gr am.-Tlie first great fight oC thl etissio : a
occurs tomorrow over resubmlsson ! In the
se nate . Today the temperance commlteo reported ; -
ported the resubniiaslon bill favorably , the
comilteo standing seven to two The ques-
ton comes up tcanorrdw on' adoption of tbo
re port. Doll sides calm a victory , but ( her 0e '
Is very little question that the majority wi
v 1n. There Is considerable surprise here at
the l attitude of Dack His members. Heretofore 1-
to fore they have always been resubmlsslon-
is ts. This year McGee of Pennington and i
Priest of Meade countes are with the pro-
hibiIonists , and McGee will lead the opposl I- II
( i on : on the floor. Other Black His members I.
b ers , Itice and Wilson , are sold for resubmission ! -
mission , as were the Black His members
In time house. McGee has been flooded wit 11
lelers and telegrams lend petitions asking i
him to vole for the bill. and the populist .2
Ju ave practically all decIded the other way. :
The prohibition leaders have promlseJ that
most of the prohibiionists of the state wi
join the populist party In case the members
of that party defeat lie resubmlsslon bil I.
The vote tomorrow wi stand substantaly
2,1 for the bill and 19 against
For a week I seemed evident that several
coleges , among . them the School oC MInes at
napld City , would be closed on account i itf
the t Taylor shortage. SentIment has now
largely changed , and there Is every Indicaton
that both this school and others wil receive
the same appropriatIon gIven two years ag 0.
The senate unanimously voted to pass the I
b ill today giving the Taylor Investgatng
commlteo $10,000 for expenses and power to I
summon witnesses , hIre stenographers an iii
u10 any other means to prosecute lie im t-
quiry. Representative Dckover ! , one of the
\romlnent Dacl , His members , moved that
the legIslature adjourn February 8 In Interest -
est oC economy , but the proposition was dc-
fe3ted f by an overwhelming vote.
WYOIINO . EI.ICTS SENATORS TODAY'
Warren amid Clark , time Cnucus NomInee ,
I10ruly Cortnln of loln ! Choscn.
CHEYENNE , Jan. 21.-Speclal.-At ( ) non in
o n tomorrow the senate and hous of the I
Thlrl W.omlng legislature will each bail at
for two United States senators One senator -
tor will be eleclell for I term of four ) 'ears
to fIll the exIstng vacancy , and the other
for six years , to succeed Joseph 1.1. Care y.
On Tuesday the senate and house will vole
separatelY , but at noon on Wedneslay the I
members i wi meet In joInt session In repr C-
sentatvo hal to canvass the vote cast the
day before I I Is found that two of the I
candldales voted for have received I ni a-
j ority of oil the votes cast they will be declare -
clare 1 the ( choice of the leg:1lature : for the I
Clarence I ) . Cark and Francis E. Warren :
will unquestonably be elected on lie fir sit
b allot , alhough Senator Garey and his
CrJenls have been Imlus1rlously at work :
ever since hue caucus met endeavoring to Induce i -
duce hue members to repudiate their acton :
on that ( occasion antI hell another ( caucus
on the senatorial question . They charge that
I h was I snap jUdgment atTain , and , ( Item 0'
Core , should not be blnlng upon the icier ii.
hers , who , they ( claim , did not undertan : nh
the t purpose of holding the caucus so early
In l the seulon. Every conceivable argument
has been used , but so far al known nol a
ingle member has the temerity , or even the
desire , to father the repudiaton scheme I
looks l very much as though Mr. Carey's'namo
would not be mentonell In either branch 0
the legislature when the candidates I o
United States senator are Illaced In nomina-
ton.I Is understood that ( lie six democrac :
members In attendance , three In the senate
011 m three In the house wIll give a compl-
momentary yote to ex-Governor George W.
Uaxte/ . _ _ _ _ _ _
CUTTING JU' $ N COUNTY SAIAIUS.
"rolln\ l.cglsllluro1 I'ruuo thin I'cr-
IIUI81. ( Ild 1 lolllclt or Local Olilces .
CIIEYENNF , Jan 21.-Special.-Tho ( ) general -
eral opinion throughout the state seems tn(0
bo that the exigencies of the times make I
imperative that there be a radIcal reducton
In the salarIes of county officers In Wyomim
I caucus of the members of tle legislature
was held Saturday night lt which the ( mutter ; -
ter ( was discussed In all Its phases , and I
was agreed hula , with this object In vie iw ,
should at once be drafted and Introduced by
the ways and means committee of the huou so .
In counties ot the first class , which Include
I.ramle and Albany , the cut vtil amount to
$5,80 lIeI annum. The salaries of the re-
spectve offices will be cut as folows :
County attorney , from $2,500 to $1,60 ; ab er-
ill , from ,000 10 ; U,60 ; county clerk , from
$ ,000 to $1,200 ; treasurer , from $ ,600 to
$600 ; clerk of district court , from $ ,800 to
$1,200 ; assesor , from $ iaoO to $ GO ; superIntendent -
Intendent of [ choo/ , from $000 to $ aOO ; us-
( ices of the peace , front U,200 10 $600 ; deputy -
uty county clerk , from $ l200 to U.OO ; deputy -
uty sheriff , from ,200 to $1,000 ; deputy
tre asurer . from $ ,200 to $ ! O ; deputy clerk
of district court , from $900 to $600. The
sh eriff and county clerk will
sherl ) wl cacti be ai-
lowel' but one deputy , instead oC two lS nt
present , unless an Increase In the force Is
deemed necessary by the Board of Counly
cou ncil isslommers.
CtLhLr)1IIA ! 1 SATOlSIJ"
Inth In Voting and l'rhhu Confident of
the I'iuuii .
Slcurln ! 1'111.
SACltMENTO , Cal , Jan . 21.-The Cal-
[ ornln m Icglslaturo will vote separately to
morrow for I United States senator. The
most Iromlnent candidates heor the legis-
lat ure , which Is strongly republican , are
Perkins , the present incumnbent anti : . ii.
Young , proprietor of the San Francisco
Chronicle. Congressman flowers anti Jacob
Nel ha\o also been mentioned os possible
ca ndidates. Senator Perkins goes Inl ! the
contest with fort-lvl out oC elghtse'en
repuhlc3ns on 1 joint ballot Jledgell to vole
fo r him , I will ( nice slxt-ono votes to
el ect . DeYoung and hlA supporters ( concede
Perkins forty-fls'o votes on time Irst ballot ,
hut ay that after the first effort l'erkins'
Irst elort lerldns'
strength will Cal away , amI most of his votes
wi go to DeYoung. 'he Inter has his
supporler wel In hand , and unless the ( dem-
oc rats stC In CuLl vOte for a republican the :
contest for senatorial honors will probably
bo a prolongetl one.
\J. ) , H"-I IW' l'I1"1UIUW : : ' 'U1"\ .
! outl 1a1ot.cnltl"o to 1 lrlalr Inl-
lot for ( Jolted Stiut ( ' " t4niumitit .
PIUnE , S. D. , Jan. 21.-SI\eclnl ( Tele- .
grnm-Tho ) two houses or the legislature i
wi meet separately tomorrow and cast their
balols for United States senalor. Thin re-
1Jlblcaus will carry out theIr caucus Ileoision I
ta ken some tmo ago amid will vote for
Sentor H. H . Petgrew , Ito present In-
ci iinbeiit .
The 10pulsts lucId a caucus tonight and
deciletl 10 cast their entro twenty-four votcs
for State Senator Crworl , who has been I
electell 10 the state senate for three eon
secutvo terms and who Is regarded as oft
of lie ablest men In lie ( legislature. OC : I
coure this Is slmpl a complmentary vote
as the republicans have 102 votes. The
[ ormal election will como on Wednesday.
Ni Chano Yet In Jllnho. ,
nOISE , Idaho , Joumi I.-Two ballots for
Unlel States senator were taleen toll } ' .
There was no choice. One oC ( hose who
wonld have voted for Sweet was absent t
Ind unpaired. The result wits : Sweet , 20 ;
ShOU\I , 16 ; Brown , 1 : Iehur ctagget
( pop ; , \ ) ,15 , A caucus II to be held \ d tonight t
uf the same nlncteen men who notnlmiacu I
S weet. nomlnalel
The legislature today IIIOI\tel a memorial I
to congress staking for the Immediate passage -
age of the Hartman mineral hand bill now , ' ,
penln , ! before coutgress to the end that the
rights at miners a 11 Ilrosleetors may he
protected within the limits of the Norther i
Paclc raIlroad land ! rnt ,
A concurrent resoluton was nl0lltetl In -
st rtmciuig the go\ernor to ta(1 ! steps to enjoin -
join the secretary or the Interior from IssuIng -
Ing patents to lie Northern Pacilc road for
such lall wihin the state of Idaho
Nomllltel to Sucel'OI U\sle )
JEFF1HSON CITY , lo" , 3sf. 21-Go\-
ernD' Stone this afternoon sent 10 the senate
the ( l appointment of 11. Clay Arnold to eiic -
ceCl Charles S. Owsl y na I'ecorer oC voter , i
at Kansas City. The nomInaton was uminni :
mously couillntned. Thus action Is the I"esul
of lu'uiIc agitation dlrect ngalnsl ( lie re -
order oC votel's' olee because of allege : :1 :
l"regularltes In the Cal elections. aleged
Ankcny ( tuuititmig In " 'utshImigon.
SEA'QTJ..E , 'Va h. , Jail 21The vote tor. .
Unlte States senator at Olympia lt the end !
o f ( lie sixteenth ballot
stood : Ankeny , ( 1'
Wilson , 27 ; Allen , 31 ; Jones. 1 ; lulcltlillan , 1 1 :
A nlceny gains seVen and \Vllson loses ( lire C
si nce the lirSt ballot.
S'mmuutritli iL'iIilook In ietnwarc
DOVER , Del , , Jami. 21.-The situation I : n
( he senatorial deadlock remaitis unchiatigeui t .
B ut one ballot was taken today , which me
s uIted as follows : Ihiggins , 10 ; Addickis , mei i ,
M assey , 3 ; Wolcott , 8 ; Tumimiel , 1.
T ewer ot tue Court Ilouuie mit Covingtom m
hilown Dowui-Ohuor ilullehings % Yreclncth.
MEMPIIIS Tefln. , Jan. 21.-A cyclon 0
s truck Covlngon , Tenn , , this mnornint ,
b lowing oft the tower of ( lie court hous :0 :
a nd wrecking several stores nnui residencet I.
T otal dantage about 50O00. No one wa .8 .
MArtSIIALL , Mo. , Jan. 21.-A terrific dec : -
t rical storm. accompanied by thunder au ii
f ollowed by a deluge of rain , passed eve r
( his section shortly after miulnight ( . S :0
S evere was ( lie thunder claps ( lint larg : e
b ulitlings trembled perceptibly. For a tint
P t0Pl0 were nanic-stricken and sough
p laces of safety , At Nelson considemabi Fe
d amage wits done , rooit being blown of f ,
s tone ( ronti smaishied In and other damag : e
a ccomplished. 'rhe thermometer has ( nIle
4 5 degrees since last night , anti is still o
t he descent.
L1TTLt I1OCK , ArIc. , Jan. 21.-A byeloti ie
s truck mtear Piggoet , Ark. , haitI night , ( stall y
I njurluig two persons and seriously woutidin
Otimer. Much property wits destroyci
At MeCain's mill two miles south of 1'i . :
go ( ( , meeventul dwellings .vcre totally demo 1-
1 5110(1 antI eleven people .vouintled , two if
whom will die. No details of ( lie disastu rr
have been received here.
Awarded Iis'suiig.uu t gielmst tile l'ouitiit.
BAN FRANCISCO , Jan. 21.-The Untie 1
States court of riplienhis today uheciulc 'I
against ( lie Pacitlo Postal Telegraph con i.
pany , iii ( he case nppertietl by it from ( I Ic
j udgnent awarding $ ,7O0 damages to FlelsI
ncr & Co. EIghteen meinthits ago 1'ieihirii j :
Co. learned ( lint a debtor iii Seattle .vi is
i n iliiamicitil difllculties. The firm .vid :
i ts attorney's in Seattle to ruttachi ( lie goot iii
of' ( he debtor , tiling with ( hue l'ostal a goote -
gram comitutining thiette instrtictiomis , Ti
telegraph conmpuny wires iut k3enttie we :
down , so the nieissnge wtits not uleliveroa
until the ( ohlowing day. Iii ( lie nicantirn a
other Seattle creditors haul attached ti II
( lie nvaialile nsscul , to Flel liner & Co. we no
unprotecteul , 'l'lie coutri iii uthilrmninit juiuli -
mont for ( hue firm , stated ( bout ( lie teiegniu Ll-
company tuhioumluj have rmotiiieti Ficiehuier
Co. ( hat Its wires .vcre clown ,
_ _ _ _ _ _ _
Itmultuit Itipemilumg I lou ( Irmimugos.
flI\'ElStIJ , Cal. , Jan. 21-Ouving to ( I to
coiitimuuetl : hun.vy riimis ( lie ehiippimig of
oraumges here hiaui almost come to a stami ul.
still , Until ( lie rains ( nil but ( ow orang cit
were utiitllclemitly colored (0 ha lit for ithil l-
mont , lint tiiice ( lien ( lieu fruit hisiit IhIuc'ui : lnI
ueo rapidly ( lint if the rains should eon sit
now there woulul lie100 cur loauiuu in ( I
' 'alley totally ummhlf fur shttlinent. 'Fiie ii
chuutngtr meitys ( lint just its soon cia ( I lie
ivoathier cleturs tiusre ' 'ill be aliipped ( no tim
toil (0 thIrty cur lomtuiui ii duty , To thu to
there haVe hen lt1ty-tlioau cat' lttt lie
shuippeil , itgttlnzt 100 ( or ( lie sante nato In
meum. It is now csthunneui ( bitt ( lie tOt i
riuniber of cars us seeuillngui ( his season .v iii
( all f00 short of the Hlilpunentui ( or lii .Kt .
year , and tue mitiunber of cam-a of nrtv 'lit
sviii excced last year'it crop by fully . ( IQ
I'td ion iii us it a a Iii ii ii ml or ,
CIIVEI4AND , Jan. 21-L. ii. Adams , n , e-
counpanleci Icy Assistant Uciltetl States DI lit-
( net Attorney liosemithial of Chicago , n ir-
riveul liens ( oulay to lie nresent tomorr iw
itt the trial cC Mrs. Ella Adams siuuo , .i ( Ii
J. I. Iltugnr .uaH arrested anus hulitceil in
jail last Fritay ( or an alleged attempt
tilithiotte of bogus miiining atuck , It ii. ne i %
quite evitleti ( that ( lie imlico made a blunul len
in placing Iulnii. AultuitH cinder arrest , a. . uI
sIte will undoubtetily be discharged svlm cii
her trial takes p1aeo ,
dtli Is ioreuiu at % 'huitcIuiuil.
RIChMOND , icy' , , Jail , 21-The story ( hi at
( he young bride of General Cassius Jul. CI U ) '
liiitt desereul him is untrue , \Vliltehahl s' 'us
vitiieti today iufil a thorough investigati of
' % 'us imitethe by ( lie repreutesutative of ( he / $
soclate'd press. The alit lion lit happy , a ;
thmehuearts of hmlmneehi' nuni lilt , young bri
are still niteui in love's sweet brinit. .
'i'hiero is no jar whatever In the munel on
the old gnntletnatm , anti the ( alto re-
liorts are attributed to those who so I ill-
( erly oppObed the' match.
( itet ilIuerai I.aimil ,
L.ltAIthhIi , Wyo , , Jan 21.-'i"u . .tv ens
of tIme Union I'sicillo compamty nve iileJ I a
suit in the United States supreme co urt
agairmt ( lie Wyoming Mining auth hmpro Vt-
nieft Comnliafy at this lilacs , for ( lie iturhi VtSc
of securing a settiesnent of matters b.tw
them , ' 1htere are lirobaiuly WAJ0 aires r.
leged to be nminemal minIs involveti is hit
coiitrovtti uiy , None of ( lie latuil which I hunt
company line sold to IndiViduals Is invcily ed ,
- - -
O N C1IARCEOFIURDEI1
Gc orge Mullilian , Mirt Roy niid Moso Elliott
Placed Under Arrest Again ,
PR ISONERS EViDENTLY DISCONCERTED
Th eir Conduct Plainly Shows They Roalin
Their Serioun Situation ,
PR ELIMINARY NEARING IS POSTtOED
De fense Not Ready to Proceed and tiho Ao.3
CiiSC1 Were Looked Up.
W ARRANIS OUT FOR SLVZRAL OTHERS 3
Sti slIeCtel Memnlarus of the % 'igliuiiico Cnmni
miiittco 'lht Ho Ovorhitiuled as HullulIy (
as PouciiuIn-1i'.cnIs of 'cstordmy
cit O'Neill 'ero ( umict ,
O'NElII4 , Nob. , Jaum. 21.-Spoelnl ( Tele.
gi- , ) ( of interest ilevelopeti in ( ho
Sc ott case today beyond ( lie fact ( lint George
D , Muihiluari , Mirt iloy' amid 'dose Elliott , the ,
jun isonera .viuu % uero out iti bail , have beert
re arrested anti iocked up in ( lie county jail.
T heir naummcs are registered ott Coiuuuty Judge
M cCutchuen's docket , opposite a cInrge ot
mn cmrder itt ( Ito first degree.
They were brought In at 7 o'clock this
ev enimig by II. C. McEvomuy , Eilswontlu Macic
run t ! John Mitrpimy , flliiott atiti Itoy ' ' 'ero
fo uliitl at theIr lioiiies , nuiti J.liuiIihuan mud thin
of ficers micar ( lie samiio Idace. They betrayed
no Parlcumiar agituitloti whtu.n tim uu arratits
s cre retuil , atiti oyldeuitly were cxiucctiiig this
Whuemi they arrived at O'Neill ( lie olhicer
to ok ( heir Prisoiters out to supper , after
w hich they ' .ero ( alcoa to Judge JuicCutcitemi's
co urt room , s'hticli was several sizes too
sm all to hold ( Ito crowd ( lint qdiickhy gatlu.
er eui. The demmieamior of the pnisotiers watt
imm aterially chuatiged ( rein what it was at
th e tiiuio of ( heir previous arrest. TImey
ev iulently realized that ( lucy uvure iii a serious
fl c , oiid their muervousmiessvas decidedly np.
Iia reuit ,
hiveu Mulhihianvluo haul passed utnmove !
th rough tlH ? trying ordeal at Scott's house
tw o \ueehcs before , seeumieii to be coiislderablyu
sh aken , ills eyes shlfteil raluitily from.
( l ie ceiling to ( lie floor arid back again.
'r ho imiturcles of hits ( rice twitcheil imicoirsantly ,
a nd ( lie smile u'liIcIt lie nssimuiieti at ( bites
w as plainly forced. Elliott , too , wiis lilainbi
Ina an utmeasy frame of mmiluiul. Itoy was to
a ll appeamamices ( lie coolest of thin ( rio.
C ounty Attorney Ii. P3. Murphy nppcareul ( on
ti me state , bitt it was finally decided to
P OstliOne ( hue setting of ( ho prehimnimiary ox.
am niutathoti utitil 10 o'clock tomiiorrow.
Muliiiiaui nni Elliott were botlm anxious td
h ave an opporttnlty to cotisuit ( heir sitter.
n eys before ( Ito hearing was decIded on ants.
h ere .uas no objectioti anti ( lucy u'eno ac-
c ommnodatecl. As ( lie offense with whuiclf
( hey are charged i not bailable. they .vero
t urned over to Deputy Sheriff O'Neill , who
lo cked them in cells. It is not unhileely
( l int sonic tinie during ( lie night they .vilt
b e taken to the morgue ant ] confronted wltl
( l ie body of ( ho man whd'm they are acctmseil
o f hiaviuig murdered. ,
The complaint on which the warrants .verO
is sued was tdignel by lell Akin amid wIth ( im
u sual profusion of legal verbiage , charges
( h ue defendants with having caused the deaths
o f Barrett Scott by chiokitug arid amanghimi (
hi ini by ruenmis of a rope tarounul his micclc ,
OTIIEILS 4tltE WANTED. '
It is stated on reliable authority ( lint a
le ast halt a dozen new warrants will be is.
s ued some time thIs weelc. Tiuo officers who
w ere out today expected to bnitig itt Fret !
H arris , but ho was not at home. lie lives
o n a farm near Parker , and it is not be-
li eveel that his abseutee Is mono thiati tern.
p orary. Another visit will be made to hits
h ouse tomorrow. TIme idetitity of ( lie addi.
( local suspects is tiot disclosed , butt Is gen.
o rally understood. Most of thueumi are farm.
e ns who live in ( lie territory between Panlcer.
a nd ( lie Niobrara river. amid who nra knowfl
t o have belonged to the vigilance crganiza-
t ion. Some of these people have clone too
m uch talkIng to the various searching parties
( lint have patrolled the country. anti a corn-
p anisorm of notes between thin different PartieS
it as disclcited some very damaging state-
m oments. It is hinted that the arrest of two
o r three nien who live litre imi O'Neill is
a lso comutemmiplated , but ( lila is not certain a
t his time. Thin more imiimedlnto frienula of
( he dead man assert ( hat the tragedy was
p lanned and suhorned right hero In O'Neill ,
a nd this wihl be' in evidence before ( lie lire-
h iminary examnirmatiotis are fitilshieui , '
Tlioro w'as some ( alIc of filing five or six
c omplalmits ( omilghut , but It was decided to
p ostpone further action cn this line ( or a
d ay or two , iiuitil the defendants' attomney
Mr. Uttley , returns from Llticohri. Theta is
a lively suspiciomi alloat ( lint sortie one of
t hio gang luau "pcaclieeL" There are soy-
o ral facts ( lint give color to this view , nntl
i t is not. explicitly denIed. The searching
parties hind previously explored a comisiden-
a blo irloti' of ( ho river wiieno ( hiet body
was found.'l'hiey lint ) dragged ( lie bottom.
within 'tour feet of the very spot , but without -
out success , 'I'huo iicceussful posse wenf
niniost to the exact spot , oiid hiati scaicely ,
a nnie their gmappllmig momma into ( hue wateni
before ( lucy ljrouglut up ( lie quilt with .s'iuiclml
( hue hiouiy had beemi 'mapped. it iii believed.
( lint Dell ALum ariul ono or tus'o others Inmiowi
pretty nearly where to liok ( or the body's
before they left O'Neill , and , ( hat
they have semite imutliortammt facto
i ii theIr hioseesioui , which u iii iuppeam' In duo
t ime , Time bearing of Mint Itoy' tonight lies
caused aonio siiShilClOti ( lint ho lies been iii-
duceil to make seine ulisclosures , on account of
' vit ich Ii ci .vi II secu me I nutiu ii ii iy from puii IsIs-
merit , lie .vas evidently entirely at lila ease
.vlilie hits older autil more mienvy coutupanionul
ehvioiisiy ullstresseil , it Is cialtuied that
a meeting hiss becum held by ( ho vigliamites
within the past ( wemity-four hours nnul ( lint
( lucy are also apprehieiisi''e of a traitor itt
them ranks. hI ( lila Is true It will be the
unit titmie that a mumenber , of a Dolt cotmntZ
vigilance committee hiss ever beemi kmiowii to
betray a secret of thio orgamlizatloti , and if
hula Identity Is c-sabllslieii ( time vengeance of
his commfederatos wVi not be hong iii overtalt.
NO 1ThTh FOIt TIII FUNEItMI.
No Uccislomi lies yet been re'achieil with to.
gard to ( Ito date of Barrett Scott's funeral ,
as hIs friends have reasons of their own for
wishing to delluy the event for a few ulays
'l'luo Mititotuii and Odul Fehlosv met this oven-
lug anti itiado arramigemnents to attend ( ha
services. ' ( lucy .vhll bet ubout 150
strong , atitl suill be Increased by
nearly twice ( lint riuuuibcr ( rota
oilier to'.uns , Mrs. Scott lies requested ( lie
Odul Fellows to tuka charge of ( lie services ,
and their ritual will ho Used , Mrs. Scott
Is still prostrated , anul It is feared that she
ts'ihi scarcely be equal to ( lie nervous straits
incident to the funeral , anti ( ho subsequtent
prellinnary ( exaunituaionts ( of the prisoners.
j is likely ( list the latter will hunt for a.
couple of weeks , as each case mnust be Itearuk
separately , apti tInt evldomice on each side
.vili be voluuiiimuous ,
Attorney llarrimigton , who is coiidcucting
the defenme , is still conllderi ( that rio con-
vlcton ( can ho secured. lie salul today ( hat
( Ito ( Indimug of ( ho body gave the caset moro
zerious asliect , but lie stIll believed ( hunt suf-
ficlent evidence could not be obtained tnt
convict his clients. On ( lie other hand , the ,
ltrosecutioti claims tuat nbtint.iant evidence
btt fortlicomutg and that every man who
was coticerneil iii ( lie midnight horror will
eventually bo brought to justice.
11am iCautzirian , editor of ( lie licacoms ,
i.lgiit , lies left O'Neill for a more gratefuL
atmuiosplmere , liarly ( lila nuorutlng hue drove
out of town bchilnei a , bay toani without Icay. .
ing word as to his deztluatioc& . -
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