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Atchison Daily Globe (Newspaper) - August 28, 1885, Atchison, Kansas THE ATCHISON DAILY GLOBE. PlllCE WO CENTS. ATCHISON, KANSAS, AUGUST EIGHTH YEAH. NO. SPECIAL BARGAINS IN SHEETINGS AND SHIRTINGS. VBLHA.OUED attd tTHIUiliMHltiU Of tlie most lehable biands, wwftanted to we.u .md ontiie satisfaction. do not deal m 01 bogus Kisikcs Wo oHor well Known goods tlmt eioij lioiisokcoiiei it> tuiinlini witli rnces me this season with indication of tin ad unco PUBLIC MATTERS. Before they advance in price. WIOE BEACHED MUSLIN FOR 5 WORTH 1O CENTSi Extra Mo Hoi Case fltti, for 10 els, void 15, Heavi Brow State at 5 CENTS. Our stock of Linen 'Inblo D.iiniisKe, Towols, Napkins and Turkey Itod Uaumsks >n as never svslaige, anil we will make oxtremelj low pi itcs Call and look through oiu slot k S. E. NOYES CO. Corner Store, Fourth and Com 'I Sts. THE POISON cms. Declarations ot tho Exports That Walkup Diocl From Aisonical Poiaoulng Jmlyt Houston of Oituum I1 nipluitiL hi Ittiituiu? 3Iis Tho Frankio Morris ORSQ at Erie, Kao Tho Body of Mrs Fomsette Again Exhumed 1 KAN b When the Loronei s Jur> in the tilKup case met ut J H) u elock juslonlaj inurulny a uiitiest uns i mult) th it Mrs be bioutht in for ttvaiuhiatlon W Scott replied tlmt she had hud a chili josteiilay and WHS sufTirlriK fiotn ncnousmss He isktid that slie lie rempsltHl that Jier iharaeter and htr life to her m irrlnae sljjiuld be investigated, and that ccrlitln riiniurs atwut tho tlcccnaod should he piobed Colonel 1 liclmn, tho Lotintj AUornoj objttted to this Jaiobsisi.-. then rec-ilkd ind testified tlmt lie is pipsent ut thu mortum oxain tuition He dpflenbed the appeal moo of Uiobod> as milmitl muV decKitd tint the itom ich nnd inUstintb weiy in tthflo the smut diseoloratJou narked thu tho larger Inludlinis HIP Illimi mid thu triiHverse (olon Atone spot Uio hitler u LSI toiled as though bj ulccratiou HedeelnitMl tint fiom tho nppiuninto of tho stomitflt md othir iuuH he it, of the opinion that tin tleatli was IM I TO 1 01SOMNO CoutiauuiL, uttur tho sjtrtp- loms ot iiiMiiieil poKoil I Hubs de L! th il Iu l) Iu wai t illerl to set Mi U all up Siiiunlny li the unit hulicitlou of strychnine >i nif, Hitm luxe botn irsonU llullist pirtlrnlailj disc OM 11 (I sjjnjtoiiH of il joison nn liMMhj LVPIHML, Oil Iluirsdij more in n ked th in it mj picv ioua Inno we to the Imbo itloni of aiseiilcnl poisoning Hint tlmt ihne SDSJ i til mstnh poison mso tho (USD hid all tho tjptcil ajnip- touia "ind bietuise for sonic rawon Mr Wulkupdld not to take nslc- Inp him to e m> medicine iu Unuid form and for tho reason that Mri Wnlkup said to him that her husband complained of n lonsallon of grittimss In tho thro it after taklnc tho nnd foi tho furilier rcison of the npeittd iclipscc lor nil these n usons llu to ns souiuthlng that nitde him suspect thu posslbilit> of arson! of tho inudieines tlmt liogmeMeio grittj He nmde in his tienttuont and loft lybne nf tho would line piodtieed the szrittlmm of tne throat rofoued to Ho ttioiight tho condition resulUd from acntu 01 intlainmitloii of the stomarh, snd Lonld not ho siuli as found In Mi alkup's atounuli at the post HUM torn e-c wuUiaUou UwMwUUmof Urn thttt icmovod were circfullj deposited in n ptin IIG nhl titled foi tho purpose knd this jar iN (ontonts was In thfiuistoilj of Di danliiifii, the tubtirnlar condition found In tlu lung-.rouKl noLhino pimUiad nn> of Uio sjmptoms exhibited dtitlli Me ilul not Commercial Street Telephones No. 100 and 51. Branch. At W. Henderson's Dr and Ore eery, Cor, 9th aud Mound. HAKDANI) SOFT COAL, elmnge the poudtis hceuisp lie IhotiKhl it w is tho best funn of incdleino ho (onld huumiei dm rireumstnuees iiitd In l crmlt an uijCLtum of iioiphlne In tlu atteinoon Dodors ir [linn 1 JxHlirntckor and I oneanimn who wcu at tliu puit inortoiti and as seitul their boHtt tint the 1H PI VbH) DIKD MiOM I O1SON testified Charles Gardinui saul 1 rom the testa that I have m ide J. found rseniL In tho liver I made f tjjit (hftor ent tests and found arsenic in three of them None of theso tests taken nloue aio ibso lutelj reliable on account of the possible impiuititf of the chemleulB but taken IUL.UI ei with th( legions found at the post iiioiffin 1 hmpno doubt tint J II Walkitua loath arsenic" Ihe toro lurs jurj adjoutned till this titter noon Hoiibton Senioi Jurist ot the Civil District Court of NXw Orleiuis arrived hem jisleninj Ho said I was tit long Branch hilo readiuir -I noticed an aitlele upon tho duith of Mr Walknp untl nceusint. Mrs up of murdering him 1 so surprised that the paper almost droppttl from my hands f had known Mis all lip from a ehlld and w is so ttior roinmeed tint sho was Innocent that I tisKuripbeil hei nij She was so atFeetlon ntu md kind luarted aehlld that it wis iiu possible that blic should bo eriminnl Sim SMIS u studious Mrl v> ahvnjs a with her cl uisnmtes throughout all her thlldhoxl t never Knew of her Inflicting in juries or injustice on a classmate or ruii person 01 animal I do not foul il tho peonlo of Fmporia however for liar uortttK fluhpielou, but had they Unownlur is I Uici altieb no suspicion to her whatever L Am confident that tho jmmfc ladj Is enflrcfj innocent and tlmt tuna is required to eitibllsh her inno- cence bcjoml a doubt. mi- IOISOXINO HIN' 11 KVN August 33 body of Mis J Pahisctto tho inothei of 1 rankle Monls who u is convicted atLiio, Kan for poiboning her mother foi insuranto was exhumed to-dij hj order of theattornojs for brauUio Morris and the rom under of the liver, tho luinatndur of the uixiomon one kidney and tin cnlf of the left were taken for the purpose of iinaljsls and turned over to tho Irobito of the County Court who wits luro for that purnn e H will Ira toniDinbi ud that on M neb at this bod> by dueetioti of Counij Attotnoj Gov and the atom wh, heait left 1 (dm v a portion of the luor and a portion of tho abdomen were taken out and pi iced hi Hie hands of Piof U irlny, of the State University, who testlltod at Ithe trial Hut he had made an analj sis of the same that no poison was found in the kidney but Unit the stomach, heait, liver and a portion of the abilnmon wore found to contain three and one-third arsenic A motion for a new trial foi rrankle Morns is to bo aryied befoie Jmlga Stillwel! at >rlo August !l and it thought tbktan nnaljsis of the.se parts in wanted to bo und In the examination I ickcd Vire L t itatia F t s MINN August 27 this morning destroyed the armor> of thd Stilt m Hi tin and swept everything on the south side of Cavour avenue including IUL.I it ut ment house Billings'stablos, tho atiblisof i stir s blacksmith shop nnd an agricultural with iinpleinenta and ma chlneo nc loss was 000 Court Clrniilur >i w Oi i I V August 27 Don- utj Uiiltod States Marshal Parker, having In cli Auf do Morto tho absconding Itciiftmer Clerk awl Shepherd tho al h) cd arilved hero last Judge Media's Opinion Tlmt Leaves of Absence are Not Altogether Legal Kutley aud Aantria The Former1! Opinion of tho Architect Bell Defends Himself The Judges of the Court of Alabama Olaiim FRESH OYSTERS, H'll.st tllO NfillSOil nill keoit them constantly on hand uertiaitor. Don't forget that we carrj yuly the best (tuality of GASOLINE dins calloil for and ilelivoredlprompt- ly Give us ti tf iLl Telojibono No Its INTFEN KAFFER WAsiiivnoN August Me tie tht I roasury, has given an pluUnv tegtud to tawra has a peifect Hfeht to receive nr to reject whoever 11115 bo appointed as minister to It, International courtesj even does not requlro an explanation but when a Government Avsutiis loostms for rejecting it lungt be judged b> tho strength of those reisons II is tiniest impossible for an American to understand how a man can be rejected as a miniattr to n ment because hia wife is a Jeuesb, as mj vafcta, That w tlio so tho ntws paj era say which tho Austrian Government assigned for mj rejection That was the 01 Ij obketinn made that 1 know of It ia nn objection J tint imnove and I would If I eoultl thu Austrian eminent to give such a reason to a Govern IIH nt found i d on the print iplci of this is anachionism and is scan ilalous It alhonts tho United States and liibiUU tlvo nineteenth IUCKHISON'S DFMIL. August Vx T5W ._ son lute Suiwiintcndent of the I'pnsion Building arrnedinthe city last night and denies emphatically that there is any fouu dition for the charges made against him, Ho sajs he has bills in his possession for toot of lumber every jiirdof car_ and orj }iiecc of funiitnra in his IIQJISO at Colonm! lifuich He defies proof of tho (gallons upiinsthlin He sal s the trouble isthatiuu olttcinls do not niieru to find mitUtrlalB and that he will when called upon point them out to them The new ho sajs Imc neglected to inquire of him the whereabouts of the materials and If tho) will ask him henill show them whore thing can bo found. It IsstAtfHl th it Mr Diekorson In no way or man- ner ttnplojod in the consti uction of the new Pension liiiildlng and hod no coimcc tion ultli iho P( nsio i Otllco roll ihe repoits tlui appear to been considerably nmgmtlcd 11KII 'S 1H VAsuiNmox August Bell Supervising: Aichiteet of thP Jrrasurj has fiUd a inomorindnm tho Acting Secre- tary in defenso of the specifications of whidi proposals were receutlj invited for nafo and finlt work during tho present IT He ninrtcs n genual deniat of tlie of tilth United States stationed it Port Meade Iho murderer was lynched lucsday night by a mob Some tin e ago Uollls beaf n colored woman tind broke thrco of hci ribs Dr Ljneh was called to attend her and was also summoned as A witness before tho gnnd jury Flollig IndieM and Uirt.aU tied tho doctor The night ol the murder tie dobciied tho foit, got a eiiangt of clothing Sturgis, erept steilthlly up to thu doctor's ofllcoand hreii it his tlnongh the window iiie as sasstnation was soon discoiprod nnd wns ancsted foi Uie. eriuie luesda> OB being coiifionted with the proofs of hu 5111 It mtirdutcr confessed luesd vj a mob beued him and hanged him SALVATIONISTS GO TO JAIL V a of Them Up fur it M mth. Ciiicvoo August Kerstcn yesterday decided tho Snlxatton Army a nnisTuce nnd for tho next month tho leid- tng ollkers nine soldiers md six of the torment v.ill languish at the Brulo- l Ihe other night tho> were airestod for taking part m thoir usual dtilj proces jlon, accompanied by singing beating of drums and tambourines nnd tho discordant noise of i iceordeon Drs Leo Strasscr ind othei citizens jesterday testified th it then actions filled tho streets with a croxxd of giiniino loafers and tramps which made ft dingt rous for respeet iDlo people cspeel illy wouion to pass that After a brlof appeal to the court by tho armj 3 ittornoy Hit jubtico fined them cich 810, ind took oce.ision to remark that tho making a monkey show of religion bj arnij hid been the eiuso of more cases ol .disorderly conduct than all the saloons on tlie North bide Ihe soldiers had empty pockets ami icf lined to pa> the fine lliei sti iking up L Am Coins etc they mmelied down the steps, and climbed into tho Blaek Maria." DIED OF LOCKJAW. The lirnt Illinois Itcgtmoiit Vieudcd of Ito- IISR tho Cuunu of the Dtuth of LA.SAriK ILL August R A, Pnraie, the fourth of, the National Guard in the face during A sham battle at the State En canipnient, near Ottawa, two weeks ago died here to Jay from lorkj iw induced by his injuries. Great Indignation prevails here fcgiinfat tho fc Iriit Illinois iletiment, which is held responsible for the death State- ments wero publicly made afte the that the ea> airy had K grttdgtt against certain other regiments, and had gone into the light will a preconcerted design of maiming as many of its opponents as possible. 1 ha vicious fighting and mi rater of casualties that char K termed the buttle excited much common: at the lima. Private Purdie left a wife anc four children in indigent circumstances. Itw OWHWI hoW an lo-day and if the guUty persons can be detcruiinef Lhoir arrest will be made forthwith RAILROAD DISASTER. Man Killed and fsHTrntl Pcnona In- jured by A Train Going Through n NATcni.2 Miss August 28 portion to-days incoming passenger tritn on the Natchez Oickson Columbus Kailroad went tlirongh Tiig Bayou Plerro bridge tills morniuff Hie tram ran oil tho trick at the east end of tlie bridge and after liMf over Ihe cross ties went into the bajoi near the west end of the structure the lo- comotive, tender biggago mall and smok Ing car all going down Ihe Hist class coach remained on the trade lolloping is list of the casualties killed Kngliiecr Powtll, Fireman John MeClatehy Brakeman Robert Pcirj Dangerously in Agents O A Anderson and A F Barclay of Learned Slightly Lvpreas Messenger J A I anp Ilrakom in P 1 Cochran, R H Jiulj and U. W L unpbell, ofFayette James Ming a news boy, ot VMaUa Henry Kuckcr, of Clnciu aatt, and J B THE APACHES, Overrunning; und Sontliern Ariz -.Should bo HuntnH nx EL PASO, IKX, August pres- ent Apacho raid li assuming larger propor tious than was at first feared I hey arc ovorrunniiin Uio wliola htntfl of Sonor.i while detached are raiding In Chi hnalma and Soutli Among A band 01 Too Lato for Classification buy ncconil baud aotintoi ami shelving Apply al Goo Irlch Armnby 1-riHh Vpi ly a C earner of Sofaiitli ami Spring atroct OST -Itrown and wlilta eottcr pup foui month! old I ttterftl lor return to J tKTANIKlH Ily an cldorly homo In n TV quirt or nt washing dlihoa, no WlUlngtoilolhjhthoiiaowork ff Globe office FiOK RKNI-A largo room over MC Connner olftl -Stref t oa premium SUiUl hie IEVANDIU Ai v August 27 Cilvin ind iltei Jones two coloied men iMiig on the loin Clements pliic about ue miles fioiu town bout dult over fimth nfTiirs and then en in i h uid to liiind ith knives ami Tones disembowded his oppo nent Tinl received in turn trto utb cuts one on the Hugh and the other m tlu bieV., Ws light Ins boon i nested and lodged in jilt DtViH is it his home nnd his deitb ib houilj 1 ital ArKUtueiil Ciucvno August 28 An CJmUia special sajs Nino miles from North Betid a tint weio their noon hour (o-diy a (IKeiibsIou arose ic 'aiding the soenl posl tion of the negro Kapper biul gi od n iturcdlj to Alexander Kinibroujrh He s is Lnod its joU if lio bcliisos UUii self us Without i word Kimbrough irosu mid n chisel twice into Hipper i bretist and lushed from tlie scone fao sud drn wus the deed no one was able to inter fore Kauioi in a moment Muftt Uinip Aceotdlnif t> J vii r v Mo August 27 on VUtgrams wete received hero during lC8teula> fiom citizens of Pike Count; inking Acting Governor .Morehouso t< irrant Champ Collins, is to bo hairget next Friday ut Bowlhic: OrCtn acominuta- tlon 01 his nee. Governor Moreho ist 8iys that fiom the evidence he beliovo the nee a just one, and ho, theiefore, feels that he has no right to interfere NEWS NOTES. There a tu frost At Stuuntoo. Va on the night of tho J6th 1 en bodies woio ored from Uio ruing of the factory at CMta Vecehia, Itilj A riot took olaco at Bally iurrlsioj, KilHiney Iieland consequent a mob resisting let ons An earthcjH-xhe nhock wns letV throughout the Ciliary Jshinds on tho 27th No dim ago AXIS caused bj It BO far as rctwrted A not occurred recently among the sol dlois slationelat Hcinnnstadt IIlinear} in the deith of one and the woumlwb ot BGencnl ami Mrs 1 ogmi were eapsfrod reeentlj ut riiousuul Island 1'ark on the St I iwreine ihej easily rescued reeUviiig only i. ducking Tlie Jiiul of Devon has offered to sol his tenants m Ireland their hoUilugs uudci the provisions of the land pureltaso bill I ho teiitnt-i will hold a to con ilder tho offer James Bajnta btitistical Agent of Di kota in speaking of Uio wheat crop of thai lerntory, saja in n majority of eoiintitv tho threshing is proving an average of 2t per cent leas thun year and tho quality is not qulta so good A camp meetiuK held by Northern Meth (colored) at Pine Hill Rutherford Cotn i tj N C. waft attacked by an armed body of Methodists reeently and fired into 1 he Ji ortbern Methodists hi order HUVCII of them being wounded Ihe other night aa the wrst bound Santa Fe triin a point two miles frora Helton some person fired into tht tiain wounding two ladies and a child Hash M< f'urhiml and two brothcis named Wilson xvcro aritsted for the crime, lln wounds xvero In the face and s I eitoi I ant next tlio aud Mr Hudilett CouttH ut a place of enter tn in mo i it. HOT ladyship woA aupeibij a; i in nnd, ou appearing among tfew nu luinco wflg j rosuntod by a young girl drcsaod In black with a largo white bou nil lilioa and uiborosos, trimmui with whito luce Mi Bnrdott-Coutti soomt to bo endowed by nrtture witb that most on v In bio of all gifts, a mirth ftil disposition Ho butt a mouth, and asplondid sotof white tooth Ho Is i jolly, handsome man, and I woiidoi hia wlfo llkos him. lln.ro haa been i groat deal of co turnout in ado about thli match but for my part t soo no more roa Bon why ft lady of sixty-five may nol mnrry A mnn of thirty throo, If both wllllnfj, than that a man of eighty, Ilk Sir Julius Benedict should mnrry a gir in hor twontlom aa I biHoTO Lady (Hot still Is ATTENTION! Mrs H A Smith, MM Wife, hug re moved from 509 Main street, to 413 Kan she will be pleased t ier. nromiorrut storj of :i llu.n In Wyoming Wondrrtol Vndlng fDOnvor TrlbunO "Spoakliig of suid Mr B. Oil u, Jr a woll-knowi! Colorado cattle- uan, to tho reporter, "tho last herd I ever (iw wafl a ono consisting of leas Imn twenty hoad, which my broth ei utc and I encountered near Kiver. Wyoming, In tbo fall of 18S3. W os stiutlug from thoir aockota fho iniid plunges of tho boust, accompa ed by its terrific, roaia, porfoetly itbtfuL Dashing dow u tho bauk t plimgod iii tho s'ruam, partly v, ndod and partly swam across, thoii rusbcA up the bank ou tlio opposite sldo, .lirough a clump of scrub oaks and wil- ow succoodotl in dislotljjiUK I tank and undtng him bruiicd mil bleeding In the uu lorbrush Slnl mj, my way to him soon 0.3 poaslbk, 1 rubevod him hla aukuard prediLiunotit aud assisted him 0 i lab. As soon us ho recovered himself lulllclontly to ajioak ho asked mo for some )raudj Ha% a Mask w ith me, I gave iliu some and ho conaldorablj lliat WUH a elasu sliuvu hu gaspod aa he ronowod his attentions to tlio llask was I aikt-d jou see, aftci 1 iOt sopar ited from you at tho hill I toolt 1 short cut through a thinking to load oir tbo buffalo an got a good shot. I succeeded In him oil bub lu- o( getting a shot ut him be upon mo suddunly, anil, fear- lug his borua, 1 run along the odgo tho bank, and, the mouth tho cave, dashed lu with tlio bull elose behind ma I hail proccodo 1 but n few yards, however, before 1 saw what to b4 two balU of lire, n.iid greeted with a horrible sound which uua a cross botweon a giowl and a roar 1 became suddoulj aw tiro that I was facing a huge cinnamon bptu, which to my ox cited imagination uas a thousand tiinoi more torrtbio Lhnn the pursiilug buffalo luruing to back I found mj recent ouomy blocking my and lu tin Uiy Lnu momout 1 (.hose tlio duspur ate alternative uC mounting upon hi self You know Ihorcst 1 don't u ant another sucb oxpcrlOnco, I can toll 3 on Wo went back to tho wagon and camped for the rotumiiig tho uovt mcnuing to the cave, whuio concealed ouiselvod uud some hours, until finally tlio enino out of his hiding olaco booing us hy iiliitlo a desperate luugu toward tho spot wtieru atood J firol at him with my U inchostor wound htm Ui tUo breast. Iho allot aootucd to r him inoro, ati 1 it was not until J had nearly omj tiotl tho of my rlflo that ho finally foil boreial shots from my brother's ride soon finished Imn. Wo drovo the aa to CUti ear s its posbiblo loaded It ou the vehicle with aomu liflleiilty and took It to the town ilm pounds, uu 1 was ono of the laigcsttlmt liad boon killed In that portion of the country Air Gtlpin, whomlatod this Is woll known of Colorado, veracity hitherto-has boon unques [onod A n UK, hi horo are jou with tlio puppies, my lltt'o in fliiV" iiakotl a gimtUinan or a small boy, whom ho met 1th tlu ye pups in a basket. 'Golu1 to drown tho reply I want a pup for mj Uttlo boy to pluy with What da you soy to lotting mo take ono of "I'll sell you spoke up tbo kid, with Aineiicuui oulorprlao. "I'll soil you this yalloi ouo foi fifty conta the black cmo for Boveuly five cents and the spotted ono la wot th ouo dollar of any man's monoy "I think my Ilttlo boy would like spotted ono boat, but you ask too much for It, You had iutendod drcmnmg all oC them, but I'll give you tweuty-fivo ceuta and save you tho trouble ot drownlag tho BpOtttid OI10 'Twenty-live couta lor lhat spolVxl pup 1" oxclaimod tho boy I tan t itaod it, taxtwlatileh, rout la hlgt It costs (Bood money to into tho roller riuk. Oh, no, I can't take lens than "But you Intend to i "lako tho black one at seventy -flvo 'My Ilttlo boy wouldn't llko tho black tho yallor ono at half a dollar dirt cheap "My Uttlo boy t llko his color "Well, then, jou bettor toll your Uttla boy to play with hia and ho toward thu 'Iio pnrtv tan way on mo hard .NEWSPAPER
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