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   Algona Republican (Newspaper) - September 7, 1887, Algona, Iowa                                THE STARK A I Epitome of the INTERESTING NEWS A FLOW of natural estimated at ton million cubic 1oot was struck on tho 28th on tho Indiana slioro of tho Ohio tvventylivo miles cut his tliroat on the 30th over tho grave oi his mother at Royal Ho lull boon n notorious criminal lor ninny treasurer of Anglaizo wus on tho SSOth discovered to be a defaulter for lie had gone to had on tho Hooded the count ff in Northern and at Cleburuo eieven persons wore 1nE Louis carwheel works wcro burned on the 33lh causing a loss of TUB country oast on lire on the 3Jth and all tho fences and haystacks on sev eral farina had been TUB Ohio State fair opened at Columbus on tho 33th with a much larsicr attend ance than on the first day of former A OUEAT many wholesale liquor mer chants and saloonkeepers in New York were sw inn led on the 3Jth by a clover who sold them tickets lor imag inary picnic and WinijE threshing operations were in progress on the ou the farm of Lyrimn near lire broke out among the followed by explosion of tho Ou i man was two others seriously and three young worn were badly The tiro destroyed the barns and seasons AT two opera bouses nndsaveial iiuluding a livers stable and seven were on the HJth and Rob ert Sons coal and iron operators at failoJ on with liabilities placed at and assets at A COLLISION of freight trains on tho Grand Trunk railroa 1 near on the uJih destroyed worth of rolling BELLI an inmate of tho county jail at was burned to death on the by a Ihj which she had kindled with paper from Ui3 towns iu Michigan hail on the SOth been iluo with SI an 1 sj bills ingeniously raised to and Uill iam of been AT on tho an aeronaut dropped from bis balloon a distance of throj thousand with the aid of a and landed in sat IT was on tha wth in the South tha corn crop would exyojJ that of 1830 by million and that section of the country would be nearly selfsupporting in the matter of Ax attempt was made on iho 30th to burn the bridge over a culvert on the AVa basb road near Fortunate ly the tiro was discovered by the engineor of an approaching A of work was ordero 1 on the SOth in the mines of the Lohigh Jhis made necessary by tho larsro accumulation or i AT on tho a sav age cow atticked Lunbngs child nndaiiuosb killed The animals horns entered tho babes mouth and tore its face in a shocking celebrated on the the seventyfifth anniversary of the establishment of a trading post and the semicentennial of her organization as a THOMAS a daring stag was released Ironi tho Chester penitentiary on the on a writ of liabcai the court holding that sentences to the penitentiary must be upon iudictuient and not FOIIKST again broke on tho in Chaloygaa Late vegetables and fruit wcrj drying as n no rain for two THE AVashiiigtmi telegraphic on the 1st that Coiorow and liii followers wjro all bade nt the Ouray agency and willing tj remain ou tha Henry Flutrher was blown to by an explosion of dynamite With which ho was Tun siiwmiil of KimbnU near wa burned on tlu 31st A MAX with his wife and four were a waterspout on tho3Ist near Cieburne THE scaffolding at tho new Annuncia tion Catholic Church in gave way on the 31st and four men fell sixty lout to the grounl and were NINETEENsuits fur damans growing out of tin CliiitsworUi ag gregating had on th iieen cntJied in the Peoria circuit HAUUV HocKAlELLow was burned to death in a stable at on the 31st Fire broke out in Baldwins liv ery and in an attempt to save the horses the man lust his Kino animals perished in tho TUB franihso and business of tho Baltimore Ohio Express was sold on tho 81st to the United Htats Express Company for a period of thirty The price paid was PKANK a clerkin the Saco and Uiddoford Havings at decnmpjd on tho ilat tak ing in casu and States and bonds amounting to beloug to tlii XAH on the 31st two named Darruw were suffocated Witli aamp while digging a Ox the 31st two operahoiisos and several buildings were burned ut Hich an extensive coal er at on the for with assets estimated at AN oil well was struck on the ilst near that flowed live thou sand barrels in twentyfour bcni the largest well in tho Ohio oil THIS National Conference ot Chanties and adjoinnid on the lit The next mooting will bo held at THE publicdebt 01 1st Shows the total debt to be rash in debt less cash in Jiccreasu du iug THE statistics of immigration at Castle ChirJcii New Yorlc for the uiviith of Au RUst show that immigrants were us against in iue total immigration this ycur up to the is an increase of tao same last i The totnl coinage executed at tho mints of tho United States during tho month of was pieces of tho value of Of this amount was and minor The total gold coinage was and total silver Tnn Canadian steamer Hastings was seized on tho 1st at for currying passengers bjtwoen that port and both being American Tm White a lawless mob in Harrison took John Hilde a justice of tho Irom his bod on tho 1st and beat him unmercifully be causo they disapproved his A PiTTsnunoii vegotublo peddler namod Thomas Joyce fatally shot his wifo und daughter on the Ho was half and said he intended to kill them and him A B A x IST named Randall Blake alee made an ascension at the fair in Mercer on the holding to a When live hundred feet from tho ground he foil and was A COLORED female servantdicd suddenly on tho 1st nt The post mortem examination revealed tho fact that tho womans heart had split near its A PTsctiAUGED keeper named Butler as serted on tho 1st that of the innmtes of tho Wards Island New York lunatic asylum 300 wcro perfectly and that most of tho others were harmless A cojtiAxv was formed tn the 1st op erate a device for utilizing the water power of Niagara John Kern a is the and has disposed of bis pat en t for n good a boy sxtcen years died at on the 1st of He was bitten by a pot dog two months OAK OUOVE a Qunkcr scliool at was burned on the and a sixteenyearcld sou of Stephen Jonoi in the was hanged on tho 1st at for tho murder of an old man named WIIILI cutting timber on the 1st in Sandy Lake Fred Smith was art shed to death by a falling and a single was fatally THE Uichniond Paper of Prov suspended on the with lia bilities of FRANK a married shot and killxl his Lzzo a at Cincinnati on the and then killed half of the two hundred inhabi tants of wcro sick with black diphtheria on tho und thirteen had died in live MONTHS ago tho lawabiding people cf used dynamite in blowing up a building intended to be used as a The owner erected another but tho people on the 2d tore it piling tho material in the GovicuNou ADAMS anJ General Crook renehe 1 mi agreement at Meeker on the 3J by which two companies of United Slates troops will be kept on tho line between the Uintah reservation and Colorado for the protection of settlors to keep tli3 Utjs out of the latter NKAU on the 3d Peter I broth while opened lire without cause on Ed The lattjr replied witli a shot gun ami a big killing the Green bi HEIU were business failures in tho United trtalcs during the seven days ended oa the against loi tho previous seven at two on tho morning of the 1st obstructions were found on the over which an excur sion train of eleven and tivo hundred p siongcrs was 10 Tho object was siinjiosod to be Nobody was j ntj siate of tra lo throughout tho couu tiv was on tho J I reported 1 i the Northwestern Slates the number of was said to bo greatsr during tho past seven days than for several months be ON sixtytwo of tho principal railroads of the in the cross earnings per mil exceeded by per the earnings for GKOKGH MOUNT and James prom inent farmers of Nodaway fought a duel with knives ou tho 3d near and both were fatally Tin college of at Indian was destroyed by tire on the including a valuable library of liftoen thousand a large collection of old and very rare coins and a large mu The total loss was no in announced on tho that the Ohio railway had LCMI chased by a including Baring Morgan and Browii ShiDley of London Mor gan Pea body and Brown of Now Tko syndicate is to a Ivance to pay tha liuating All the outside cutr piists are to be given VVestjrn Union probably taking the telegraph IT was reported from on the 3d tint lost in tin Cnatswurth and that tie actual extent of tho calamity was Tin Ohio Oil Company capital was ut Lima on the Thev will market their own and cut luose from the Standard Oil persons accused of murder were in the Chicago jail on the 3d awaiting ac tion of tho grand Ten alroady in dicted muruerers were awaiting PERSONAL AND was inaugurated as Governor of Kentucky at Frankfort on tho fjeneral Grants only arrived in New York from England on the SJth Sue would make her inollior a long Democrats will meet in State convention at Saratoga Sop torn bir CK Buowx was on the 30th aupointcd by the Presilent to be Corn imssiunor of Pish uud viuj QCAY on tha SOth resigned his as Stato Treasurer of Peniuyl und exState Treasurer Livescv ben appointed to succeed Tin remains of Mary Yearley wore biiri d i n the Hist at SinIn I atta ued the age of 105 of was on the si appointed by tho President to be Ministjr Resident aud ConsulGeneral to TUB celebrated Ganoral NolriMii had a leg broken on 1st at Los by Doing thrown from a JICXXIE fouiiler nnd inaniiger of the Cincinnati Neuabjys hed on the 31st THE Democratic Stats enn held ut AllcMitown on tie iilst ninnimitd Rosi of for Supivme und HeCrann fur Statj U Tho platform in si the National Aduiiuislratiiu calls for a reduction of internal revenue tnxtw tion nnd an incronso of tiifcos on imports favors liberal pensions to soldiers de nounces monopolies ami extends thy to Ireland in its struggle for home TiiEononn diod on the sist at his homo in at the of seventyseven Titu Greenback party loaders in Iowa met in es Moincn on tho 81st and re solved that tlio i mty hereafter bo known as the Union Labor No ticket was Lub a resolution was adopted ask ing tho farmers to call a n onpartisan Stato convention to placo an iudopandsnt tielfot in th s Tun golden wedding of Martin Kim hoi 1 and Surah Hmnlloy was colobtntod on the Rlst at tho homestead in Joffur whore tho couple have live I over sinco which took place in Chicago in Iowa Stato Democratic convention met DOS Moinoi on the 1st and inndo the following nominations For Ma jor Anderson Klder Supremo Court Fogp Superintendent of Pub lic The platform indorses Clevelands Administra tion approves tho civilscrvic policy the oHleicncy of tha pension department of Congress a iv mission of tariff laws welcomes to our tli3 libertyloving people of all lands approves tlio efforls of Gladstone nud Panioll in behalf of tho causo of Ira land and favors local option and high license and tho repeal of the present pro hibitory liquor Jonx of Bow Join died at Nortli on the Ho was a recognized authority in ancient tlio wellknow horticultur died an the JA at Ho was seventyseven years of Bisiiov of the Meth odist diod in Now York on the of agod seventy He leaves a widow and three chil Bishop Hnrrls was born in November and was ordained a Bishop at in ninetyeight years of died at South Biid on tho He was one of the three white men who first settled in that and was one of the founders of South in Trre American ship tons arrived at Tacoma on tho twentynine days from with a crop of toa valued at ADVICES of the HOth say thntin a bat tle in tho Baggara Egypt country the Kabbabish tribo killed thirteen hundred THE London Times protests against tho treatment British sealers by American authorities in and wants n British cruiser sent to Alaska to IT was reported on tho iiJth that the British Cabinet had decided to modify tho proclamation in rsferanee to tho Irish Na tional League so that it would apply to certain districts Pis AN zi tho murderer of Marie her Annie and the hitters was at Paris 011 the Mist was pariially de stroyed by firo on the 31st suorj of people were hoinel THE Chinese Government will send to America a commission of seven members to study our coinage and postal SEVEKAIJ members of the Russian mis sion wore killed on tho 1st ill a riot at provoked by insults offered by the Russians to Jlohainmeian A IIUK which started on the 1st in the Cafe destroyed a whole block of Tho loss was HEAVY with many minor marine wore reported on the 3d on tho English xVx American schooner was seined on tho by a Canadian cruiser for lishing within thrco miles of in the Bay of Snt Jortx denied on the 2JI that he intended to send British reg ular troops to Manitoba to prevent the building of the Red LATER record of the baseball clubs in tha National League for tho week ended on tha 8d was as Detroit gnmm il 84 New 55 M 53 HS IN the six months allowed dcmptiim of trade dollars at New Yorli of them were taken at the sub AT twentysix leading clearinghouses in tho United States the exchanges during the week ended on tho 81 aggregated against vious AS compared with the corre sponding week of tho increasa amounts to nor BY the upsetting of a coalail stnvo in Cincinnati on the John Martin and hr twoyjarold daughter were fatal ly TUB Land Offloo at Washington decided on the 3d to open acres of railroad lands in AViseonsin and Minnesota to set tlement by homestead and preemption Roman Catholic Central Union o1 North America opened its thirtysecond annual meeting at Michaels school in Chicago on IT was reported on tbo that tho health of Emperor Willam was in such a con dition as to rnnku it necessary to establish a roicncy of tho Uernum Umpire iinmo U AT near Moseloys tannery wys burned on the HOG cholera has broken out in tho north ern part of Wabash and is spreading One farmer had on lost fifty head of valuable UHE Republican State convention oi Massachusetts U called to meet at Tre inont September A iitNUHEi masked men took Charles a Irom jail at on the and hanged him for a criminal outrage on a young white ALL the labor orgaimitiona in Pius burgh paraded on tliu fifteen thousand men being in the occurred in an extensive area of Peru and Chili on tho 3d unl but no serious damag was TUB ship Falls of of foundered off on the and twoutvfuur of tlio crew wcij Kn a welltoJo farmer re iid ing near was shot an I killed on the 4th while trespassing en a Held of melons belonging to Lewi THE following is the wenther crop of the SignalService Office at ington for the week ended on the Tho rainfyll was slightly iu excess from K ist ern Texas northward to the Missouri val in and the upper portion of the Mississippi and in tho other sections there wai a slight doncioncy Tho deflclenty for the season continued lurgo iu the Lower Mississippi valley and portions of Iliuois aai A BIQ Onrrctt tho Control of Koiut to a Syndicate of American ami Foreign Cupltnllstn A Trnn unction Involving 000 Story tlio NEW After a long confer ence of capitalists Thursday at the office of Morgan fe the following was is sued by tlio linn named Aprelltnlnary contract Una been executed to day between tho Baltimore OUlo Railroad Baring and Sliip ley and thoir nlllort houses on this This contract provides for tho negotiation or Baltimore Ohio con solidated 5s nncl Baltimoro Ohio proferrotl for tho purpose of paying oft the entire floating debt of tho company and placing it on a sound financial Tho con ditions aro as follows The verification of as Thut the miinage ascmont of tho company shall bo placed in competent satisfactory to the syn That satisfactory contracts shall bo made between the Bal timore Ohio and tho other roiids for the New York which shall remove all antagonisms between them on the subject nncl insure the permanent working of the Balti more Ohio in entire harmony with the other trunk linos also avoid the construction of ex pensive parallel linos north and oast of Phila The houses interested on this sdo arc Morgan Drexel Brown NEW The mysterious move ment of the Btoek market during the last week and tho continued rumors from all fionrces that some important developments wcro hanging over tho railroad and tele graph world were explained by facts which wcro made public lato yesterday After breaking oil his negotiations with Ives Garrett went to and yesterday a deal was announced compara ble in importance with the West Shore set tlement with tho New York Central and the forming of tho Heading syndicate to reor ganize that Both of these deals wore carried through by Morgan The consummation of the con tract made yesterday was held iu abeyance until his opinion was ob tained on the question of whether the ster ling loan made by the Baltimore Ohio railroad covered the telegraph siystem of tho After studying the ques tion in all its aspects he decided that tho telegraph lines were free from all and on receiving this opinion the agreement in the nature of a prelimi nary contract was Tho parties to tho contract are the Baltimoro Ohio Hailroad Company and a syndicate com posed of JForgnn Baring Shipley of London Morgan Poahody and Brown of tills and Drexel of Philadelphia The most important point in the contract provides that the management of tho com pany shall be placed in competent hands satisfactory to tho Who the men aro who will be satisfactory to the syndicate can not be but the vicepresident of the Pennsylvania is generally believed to be booked as Garrett s Satisfactory con tracts are also to be made with the Penn sylvania it Heading railroads on all busi ness north of and with aJ other trunk lines entering New by which all antagonism will bo removed and insure tho permanent working of the Balti more Ohio in harmony with the other trunk In addition to these contracts the lines in process of construction from Philadelphia to New York will bo suspended in tneir con struction just as they now stand and the work on Staton Island Iu consid eration of their contracts being signed and with tin control in their hands the syndi cate agrees to relieve the railroad from its present embarrassment by providing with which to take up tho floating This will be represented by 000 in Baltimore Ohio preferred The floating as it amounts to mostly in the shape of certifi cates of scrip and Of this amount is said to have ma tured on the 1st One of the parties to the syndicate au thorized tho following statement as the out come of tho contract The position of tho Baltimore Ohiorall road as an Ishinaclitc In tho sleep ng express und telegraph business is given All the cutsiilu enterprises will be sold to parties to whom they will be valuable Tho Western Union will if it does not the telegraph and the Pulman Palace Cmcompany will take the sleepingcur busi Tin express business has already gone to the United States Kxprcss The ulla rs of the railroad company will be entirely reorganized and platoil upon a bound iinanclal Morgan were in direct cor respondence with their house in London and and lato last evening con nrvned tho statements that the contracts and negotiations given above had just been Outside of the facts given above they declined to The clause of the contracts suspending all work on the extension from Philadelphia to New York is believed to be the keynote of the syndicates interest in tho negotiations and is construed to mean that the Baltimore Ohio when divested of all ex traneous will be operated prac tically by the Pennsylvania NEW The this morning says As to the telegraph system of the Baltimore Ohio Company it may be stated as a tiuit Unit Juy Gould lias under consideration a proposition for the transfer of tlio system to him or to the Western Union Company for a consideration equal tj about oao half the cost of tho system as it is lljjureduixm the Baltimore Oliio that is to it has been offered to lnim at about Tho offcr does not include ull the lines upon the Baltimore Ohio a provision is rcuilo for their operation similar to taut which is made with other telegraph In speaking of the negotiations in regard to the Baltimore Ohio railroad Pierrepont who effected the settlement of tho West shore railroad difficulty with the New York Central railroad and several other similar important troubles between the trunk lines tiuid It is scarcely possible to overestimate the importance of these particularly as regards the trunk The syndicate is composed of the houses and they are eacU and ull of them interested in the trunk lines through the various negotiations which they from time to lima have They are now united to protect these interests as far as their influence ami power A COLLEGE Miimacls liuuctlicthio Abbey ut In dian Ucbtioj A Hunting burg special reports that the magnifi cent abbey and college of lo cated at Indian Sjiencw was destroyed by lire including a val uable library of a large collection of old and very rare and a large The total loss iBfullyijSiUO 000 no The college had iust been and renovated for the school which was to begin next The term will begin ou the lyth and will be held in the former convent at Ferdinand The college will be rebuilt at A DEATH OF BISHOP Ho Peacefully Awny Snrronnded by His NEW Bishop William Lopffin the New York resident Bishop of the Methodist died yesterday afternoon at flvi minutes after live oclock at his 53 Bast Elghtyflrsb The Bishop was taken ill with heart trouble a month when in Ho sailed Immediately for New and Itad been under medical care since his arrival During the Inst three days tho Bishop had been He died sur rounded by his consisting of his his and his daugh a of Chi was tho one absent member of tho He remained unconscious to the Bishop now presid ingover the Methodist conference at Me will probably preach tho funeral The services aro expected to be held at Pauls corner of Twentysecond street and Fourth on A telegram was sent to Bishop Andrews by Harris shortly after his fathers Bishop Andrews nnd tho deceased were close Both were ordained as Bishops at the same timo in No arrangements havo yet been determined upon for the Bishop Hurtis was bovn In Richluml November 1817 nt Nor walk Seminary wns converted 1H3I was licensed to preach urt mittcd on trial in the Michigan Conference of 1837 was ordained deacon in Sep at Ann by Bishop Soulo was married August to Miss of in wns ordained Elder at by Bishop large part of his career was spent in and from to 1872 ho was assistant corns spomjing secretary of tho Missionary In May of tlws latter at he was elected and orclained Ohio AVesteyan University miiclo him an Alle gheny College a and Baldwin University an THE AMERICAN Zts Action WuUilitiil with Nervous Interest liy tending The convention o tho socalled American which will convene at Philadelphia September is ex citing the attention of those who closely watch political Tho arrange ments for holding this convention have been perfected so quietly that it is suspected tho organization is more comprehensive in membership and extensive in jurisdiction than has been The assembling oJ the convention will therefore bo awiiltfid with considerable and its proceed ings nervously watched by tho leaders of the two old connection with this movement it is proposed to establish in New York City a weelvjy newspaper to explain and advocate tho principles and aims of the Largo subscriptions have already been niade for this and it is anticipated that eventually the enterprise may take the form of a daily A gentleman from Now York says tho various organizations that have been affiliating with the Amer ican order or party have mjlectod delegates to tho number of The reticence of the loaders in tho American party movement is puzzling to the who aro curious to leara ail its purposes that they may be able to speculate upon the problem as to whether the Amer ican party will draw greater membership from the Republican or Democratic It is expected that one of the principal declarations of the Philadelphia convention will be in favor of a stringent law imposing certain restrictions on foreign TARIFF Speaker Carlisle and the President Snirt to lie Irepuiiiijj Meitsiue Which Will Unite the Democratic j Congressman and Carlisle are the guests of the President and Cleveland at and this fact is made to do service in the construc tion of a tariff bill to be presented at tho coining session of Accord ing to the report tho Sec retary of tho Treasury and Car lisle have been in conference for some and they have agreed on a bill that will be acceptable to Randall and those Democrats who have been acting with him in opposing tariff The basis of this which is to produce harmony and rednco is tho abolition of the tax on leaving that on whisky un und a large reduction in tho cus tom schedules on tho necessaries of The EoKidnti Mar yesfcsrcUy discussing the says Administration is fully committed to a stronj attitude on tho While there liis been no general conference of a large number of mpn in one place there huvo been important consultations between leaders and the at who is to bo chairman of tho Wuys and Means Committee in Ihc next is iu the city und has bud conferences with The Bureau of Statistics has been called upon for figures on customs duties to show just whore the most effective reductions cm be made and how the revenues would bu effected POWDERLYS The Knights of Chief Tolls AVhj lie la tfoingto General Master Workman Powderly said yesterday that he intended to go to Ireland within a short timo to plead tho cause of homo Ho is a warm and patriotic friend of Michuel and has received an urgent invita tion from that gentleman to cross the At lantic and plead the cause of the oppressed people of Powderly saye he can not disregard such a and he stands ready to start whenever the Irish leadtrs feel that his services are It is thought that this will occur as the Tory in its desperation to en force the Coercion will iu all probability imprison the loaders of the homerule move Powderly says that the Knight of Labor will stand by him the undertak and ho is ready to accept the coiise Uuluths UiK Grain For crop year ending Auguat Duluth handled in and 070 bushels of wheat re ceiving and shipping The increase over the previous year is in receipt and in shipment The propor tion of 1 hard was bushels of the receipts and of the ship ihe Damage has been se cured on tho Peoria Western rail way by the sheriff of this county in tho cases thus far nlcd by the claimants for deaths and injuries resulting from the Chatsvvorth The amount is uow Aim Kellogg claims New suits against tho road were begun yesterday by Isaac OJiellew and his who each claim 000 aud by the administrator of damages Ijeiu laid years or age died at South He was one of the three white men who first settled m that and was oue of the founders of South RIGHTS OF THE Vhey llcnn Upon byJJpn dalt and ilie Tliolr Btnctt Conflseiitml tuul Other Uncle Sum Takes IoorLos The received here from official sources regard ing the Indian troubles in Colorado make it appear that the Indians are and have not on tho but that they have been tho victims of unprovoked ill treatment by the cowboys and Stato an thoritioR Yesterday the War Department grot a dispatch from General at Chi suggesting that Indian Agent Byrnes should be instructed to remove from his reservation all persons who may intrude upon and that tho military commander nt Fort Duchesne be instructed to give all the assistance that h6 may General Acting Secretary of submitted this telegram to the Presi dent at tho Cabinet meeting and Hie situation was carefully re sulting in telegraphic instructions being sent yesterday afternoon by the President through tho Interior Department to Gov ernor of to coniine the ac tions of the clvfl authorities strictly the limits of tho so as to prevent the sheriffs posse or the militia from cross ing the reservation Should precipitate action be taken it is feared that a disastrous outbreak of tho reservation In dians would and every thing possi ble will be done to avoid such a result A telegram from Major com manding at Fort to General Terry said Coiorow nnd all his folio wora arc now at Ouray and manifest a disposition to remain on tho There is no more excitement among tho The and cowboys hold hundreds of horses und thousands of sheep ami goats be longing to Coiorow nnd Ourays Tho stock wns graxing on the land claimed by the Indians ns to their and where they have permuted by their agent to llvo for years Colorado settlers havo claimed locations and linvo at last succeeded In driving the In dians Coiorow has not in this trouble been on the und has made his way to the avoiding hostilities as far as possi Agent Byrnes of tho Ouray Agency tele graphed tho following to the Indian OlUca here today Coiorow and his followers are now at the They sny they are not mud und dont wunt to They express themselves as willing to remain on the reserva Major who llrocl on those In cliitns on the border of tho took possession of and ran off about 331 head of Indmtis horses that wcro grazing on the lands near tho reservation Tho wcro corralled at by Mnjor Les who informed Lieutenant Burnett that he would hold them until certain Indians were de livered up to Tho cowbows aro breaking those Indian horses for their own Unless something is quickly done these horses will not be I therefore request that you obtain authority from tho War Department to allow Colonel commanding Fort to send a detail of men to these horses on the as it would bo dangerous for Indians to go as well as agency as they would be roughly being known to bo in sym pathy with tho These when pursucil by Sheriff were compelled to abantion besides large herds of which should also bo recovered with the These Indians when in Colorado were on a peaceful hunting ex and they believed that they hail right under th6 treaty of 1ST4 as understood by them and tho commissioners to hunt upon these lands in Commissioner Atkins Rent a dispatch to Governor Adams urging him to cooperate with Agent Byrnes in securing the return the property stolen from the Unless the should attack Kendall and Leslie iu their in trenched position at Uaugely further blood shed is not likely in the Ute When the agent at the reservation de clares that all his Utes are now at home docs not include Coiorow nnd his neither do they recognize Kendall and Pray of the scouts are re ported to have quarreled over the of the captured Kendall tried to but Pray considered them as spoils of war and the property of the Some of the ponies havo reached Meeker and others have until less half of the original 400 aro at loss of these ponies will be tho great griev ance of Utes when Crook tries to the Whatever terms Crook tho Indians must be kept out of or the settlers will have no feeling of security on their and remote Tho impression steadily growing that the whole affair wanton and and that tho In dians fought only when they found they Leas precipitate action on Kendalls part would have prevented bloodshed cither FORCED TO THE Failure of Extensive Coal and Iron Deal ers with Liabilities of The announce ment yesterdny that Bobert Powell and Hubert Sons the groat coalmining firms of this had caused a real failure was admitted by John who IH tho manager and a partner in both lie stated that the failure was the result of the suspension of Charles of the ex tensive iron plate paper bore the indorsement of the Robert Powel and tko junior one of Itoberfc Sons The liabilities lie placed at which is assumed to be the aggregate amount for which they became the iiidorsers of Peunocks that were protested Monday while the as consisting of vast tracts of valuable coal lands and ore fixed at The Guarantee Trust Company has been made It is generally be lieved that the assets of the two firms are far above their and iJhat the course adopted of assigning the estate was the wisest to meet all legitimate claims and pre vent At the New York office of the firm the fol lowingstatement in made The assignment wus niada to the Guaranty Trust Cainijuuy of The failure was caused by the inability of a large debtor in to pay Wo can not lelL the amount of All we know is that the Powell estate is valued at from to una that creditors will get 100 cents ou the Tho company owns coal lands on the lino of the Pennsylvania rotvd near Tiuoua KiigIiiih veterinary itt writing about an equestrian statue of tho Duke of says he has ilissueted it with his aud the fol lowing are the particulars of its singu lar anatomy The is a the nostrils aro those of a pig the eyes are policemens bulls and tho careasa is that of a prize Its tail is from the and tin stiff ness of its iegs is evidently borrowed from the In parts are so heterogenous that he doea uot know what to call unlcss it ia an omnibus liQrso in high   

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