Che (Chcii ennx' Diulv Tcuocx; VOL. XX. CHEYENNE. WYOMING. TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 14, 1887 PRICE FIVE CENTS MORTON E. POST & CO., FIGHTING MILES TELEGRAPHIC TICKS. SETTLING COFFEE. W ill Once More Subdue the Over Hungary 25.(XX) square miles es are inundated. The inhabitants of Boulder, troubled with horse thieves. land Colo., in are A Tremendous Drop in the The Stock Growers’ National Bank CHEYENNE, WYOMING Apaches. The death is announced of Signor Fa- Favorite Berry. vretto, the Venetian painter. CHEYENNE. WYOMING, r The president held a public reception CAPITAL AND Salt Water and Wind SURPLUS, - - - - $2C0,000:00 Ruining at the white house yesterday. A Panic of Wonderful Propor- ==Authorized Capital - - The chamber of deputies has elected M. Transact General Banking Business. Interest Paid on 7ime the Rice Crop. Develle vice president of that body. and a Domestic Exchange Bought and Sold. Deposits. Foreign Special Attention Given ts The tions in the Market CAPITAL PAID IN - i SURPLUS » 56 000 pope sent an autograph letter to THOMAS BTUBGIB, Pesldenu w „ . . ’ Bank and Mercantile Collections Throughout the West. nhY; 1-'? , .. Vice rre«iaoni Queen V ictoria congratulating her on her HKNBT O. /LAY, Cashier. K A . A. J. PARSHALL, Cashier. A $50,000 Fire in St Louis- jubilee. 4. O’. KKKKBORN. Second LlLnt*Si^ M1 UU“G *“ ,M ’ Several Heavy Firms Go Under Crown Prince Frederick William has Mules Burned. left Berlin for London to attend Victoria's _ DIRECTOHB: BRANCH BANK AT WEST CLIFF, COLORADO. in the Scramble. u Tho«. SruMia. Ajtdbbw Guchbot. o Gen. Miles in Charge. jubilee. The second annual convention of the I. C. WHo-PhM H. E. H G. Hay. Wm . dTUUOIS< j"**’U Tkschemachek. order of railway telegraphers will be held A Decline m Coffee. Tucson, Aria., June 13.—Gen Miles in Chicago June 18. BAKER & JOHNSON, will arrive here to-night to take New York, June 13.—The excitement personal M. Clemenceau M. Foucher, in the coffee market, CHEYENNE RATIONAL BANK. charge of the Indian campaign, as there and of which ha* attended is every appearance of a prolonged war. Suspicion has been pointed to Indian set- Paris, fought a duel. but honor was Neither was hurt, satisfied. a decline in ooflee, reached its highest to- day, and brokers tor bull operators became THE tlers on the San Pedro reservation as being The losses bv fire at Havemeyer's sugar panic stricken and rushed to seif wi.huut WETOXiBSAJjE the abettors of the San Carlos renegades, refinery in New York, which occurred regard to prices. The bull* blame the F2YM:IXI-V OHETEWINTU. W VOIMIKTG, and this fact now to be established. will reach Gruner Crossman syndicate for seems Saturday, $2,000,000. starting The former have kept the hostile* in- the decline which culminated in today’s Secretary Lamar has returned from his panic, but the bear syndicate AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $600,C00 | PAID IN CAPITAL GFtOCERS, formed as to the movements of troops and have also furnished them with horses to aid them in eluding their pursuers. Southern trip, and again assumed duties in the interior department. Advices from Panama his state that a land every nerve cess. strained to check the fall without sue In fact, syndicate brokers were the - - - - (KQ.OCO only buyers the opening, which was at at N. R. DAVIS. Pres. c. F. MILLER. Vice Pres. slide occurred in Concordia, Senor J. W. COLLINS, Cashier Inundated. oupdng seventeen cents per pound, over one cent 6. L. BEARD. Assistant Cashier. Restrepo, his wife, nine, children and below Saturday's New Orleans, June 13. —A special to close, and although the Interut PtnJ nnt PROMPT ANO CAREFUL ATTENTION servants. rally was caused by the bears supporting m Depontl. Special Attention Paid to CollecOom GIVEN TO ALL OROERS FROM the TYmew Democrat from Pointe a la- and John Russell Young, ex-United States taxlianar Draft. Drawn on Principal Citia Hache, La., says: A biisk east wind the orders, the rumors of trouble aud cumin of the Eait and Europe. minister to China, has been elected presi- ued selling caused them to stop buying rtA.ixroziMs:jxr. stockmbiv. Eto. past four days has driven the ruinous salt dent of the Anti Poverty Society of Phil- aud join the bulls iu water up the gulf, submerging all the rice unloading the stuff adelphia. they had taken earlier. °- K MIL.L.ICM. fields from this point to quarantine sta- „ - j. w . aNYIJtu , t A serious riot occurred at an anarchist All through the forenoon a selfing was K l. ADDOMB. tion, a distance of about thirty miles, and picnic being held Sunday near Jersey couplea with the wildest scenes ever wit Goods delivered to any part of the city free forced it inland up as far as La Chicne in in the St. Bennardi parish, and all along the east City. Herr Most was present and took nessed exchange, and iu all offices bank of the river to this point. part in the fun. there were knots of brokers gathered dis The dam E. NAGLE, President. cussing the prospects of In the w A ROB i NS Secretary cannot now be Jas.F. Buffum, one of the last of the recovery. Sixteenth Street - Cheyenne. Wvo. age estimated, but if a band of abolitionists led by Garrison and afternoon there was some hope of a rally, L C. WHIPPLE. Vice President. bright sunshine follows a subsidence of but heavy selling continued aud soon the Oppoolto tho Inter Ooeitu Hotel. the floods then not a head of rice will be Phillips, died at his home in Lvnn.,Mass., made for thirty miles along the east bank price fell off iu heavy fluctuations until it on Sunday evening. Branch Store at Running Water, Wyo. Ter. of the Mississippi. Advices from Belgrade predict a con- reached fifteen cents per This pound. decline was accompanied by a notice of tinuance of the ministerial crisis owing to 315 Mules Burned. the suspension of three firms, B. G. the fact that the new cabinet have to Arnold & Co., Norton, Weyl & Bevan JEL ZFL Wholesale and Retail Dealer in St. Louis, June 14.—At 1:30 a. m. 6re broke out in the stables of the Mound City Street Car company in the outskirts of the city and sent in. two alarms At 2 a. m. a message Three have been by tele hundred and fifteen settle the question by of the royal divorce. The dedication of the monument erected the New York Press club at Cypress hill cemetery. Brooklyn, took place Sun- day. Chauncey M. Depew delivered the and Mackay nounccmeut ized effort like O Donohue, sustain the was & Small. of these Gruner & Crossman market and they After the succeeded, to an failures an organ made by prominent houses Mercantile Company, phone sajs: oration of the day. cauaiqg a rally of about one cent all Wholesale and Retail LU ML B E K. mules have been burned and the stables I The residence of a farmer named James around. are totally’ destroyed. The loss will prob- The failure of CASH nOORS BLINDS MOULDINGS BUILDING PAPER CEMENT PLASTER ably be $50,000 or more. That Troublesome J. Edwards, living at Minota. South Mani- toba, burned Saturday and three children, aged respectively 3,7 and 14 years, per- attracted most most prominent B. G. Arnold & Co. attention, as they are the house in the trade, but it GROCERS. P. ished in the flames. was generally anticipated. The senior Goods Delivered to Depot Part June or any of City—FREE. PLASTER HAIR. LIME AND ALL KINDS OF Washington, 13.—A petition member of the firm was caught in 1882 for writ of quo warranto against John a Trenton. Mo., is suffering from an in- N. Oliver was to-day filed in the district sect pest. The insects come in perfect by the collapse of one of the largest deal* Ferguson Street. - - Cheyenne, Wyo BUILDING MATERIALS, court in the name of the United States. swarms, and not only devour vegetables, but they attempt to devour mankind also, ever pelled attempted in coffee to suspend and was com- for over $1,000,000. Oliver was removed from the office of Mr. Hurd He started iu business again, however, being a Practical Builder, will furnish estimates for any building wnee justice of the peace by President, Cleve- and blisters are plentiful. and was successful in ail his ventures. He attention given to orders by mail. land, but refused to surrender the office Police the proposed required. 1 ards Special corner Nineteenth Telephone Ko. 2* and Ferguson fitreels docket to his successor, claiming that he prevented ing to be held at Bodyke, Sunday, meet- but is credited with being the founder of the ooffee exchange and was at one time its F. E. WARREN could be removed only by the Supreme Michael Davitt eluded the authorities and th a (Inurt House.) president, but on Aug. 10 last he formed Court of the District of Columbia. The addressed S,(MM) persons at Teakle while a partnership with his son, and since then petition, which was made returnable on the police were searching for him. Mercantile Company! they have done a strictly commission busi- the 16tb inst., calls on Oliver to show by TheTrades Assembly of St. Paul, in ness. He ascribes his failure to the fact what .right he continues to exercise the eluding all building trades except stone ZEHNER. BUECHNER & CO.. functions of justice of the peace. that his customers were so far away that | masons, has decided that unless the de- it was impossible to reach them in time to mands of striking carpenters are granted obtain sufficient margin to meet Assembly 49 Backward. a the ; I by Wednesday all men within its jurisdic- decline. He could make ne statement of WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN New York, June 13.—The home THE JEWELERS! dub district which has caused so assembly No. 49, K. of L , much trouble among tion will turn out. A specialist has written the Berlin Tag- his liabilities and said he could not say anything about his chances of resuming. Furniture, Carpets, blatt that he believes the case of Crown Outsiders claim the firm has bee.i carry the other district assemblies in this city, Prince Frederick William a serious one, ing 500,110 bags of ooffee for Rio de Manufacturers of Anything Known to the Jewelry Trade. is said to be fast disintegrating. The and that a fitting time for an operation is Janeiro matter, which is causing international operators, known as the Brazilian being allowed to pass owing to fears for party, and it is estimated that the liabili Dealeri in Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, trouble, and from which there is said to be the result. ties willamount to over $1,000,000. Clocks, Bronzes, and Fancy Goods. greater danger than from outside attacks, is the failure of the auditing committee ap- Queen Victoria has decided to assume coffee The Brazilian after the Gruner-Crossman party started to buy and Crockery. the state robes and be surrounded with all syndi pointed last October to report on the cate advanced the price from financial affairs of the theinsignia of sovereignity after entering eight to assembly. The re- eighteen cents per poun 1, and since then Westminster abbey on the occasion of her port was to have been made yesterday, as the Gruner syndicate has been bears on the result of strong not forthcoming, and pressure, the but it was members de- jubilee, in order with great pomp. to invest the ceremony the market, and are said to have unloaded their long stuff on the Brazilians. COWHICK WHITCOMB. The earl of Aberdeen, The clare that if it is not submitted next Sun- lord lieutenant extreme decline is from twenty one to day there willbe war. of Ireland, who is visiting San Francisco. thirty cents two weeks ago, and fifteen CHTBZS.T REDUCTION IK miCEa. Letting Up on Whisky. wa> given a public reception at his hotel yesterday. There were present all the justices of the supreme court of Califor- cents to-day, cents ptr pound. or over six and one quarter DRY GOODS! AND CLOTHING Louisville, June 13.—Wholesale There was some talk of trouble in bank- SIXTEENTH STREET, CORNER FERGUSON. WYOMING. nia, the judges of all the local courts, the CHEYENNE, liquor dealers to-day endorsed the action ing circles as the result of the panic, but mayor of the city, and a large number of of distillers in not making anv whisky as the banks only loaned 50 per cent of • state officials and prominent citizens. UA.TB. CJ-ZY-l’ia. UOOTfcl nil d from July 1, 1887. to July 1, 1888, and the market value on coffee, it is hard to recommended to the trade at large not to see how any of them could have been in- E. ILLEIBE Y & CO. Debate Coercion. on buy any goods between those dates. London, June 13. —The house of volved. Mackay & Small, one of the sus pended firms, are supposed to have liabil- Largest Stock and Lowest Prices Rioting at Athlone. commons this evening resumed the de- ities of S2OO.(XX). The liabilities of other Dublin, June 13. —There was serious bate on the coercion bill, taking up the firms are small. ideauers xjm fit h clause, which deals with the pro- rioting at Athlone to day between soldiers and civilians. The soldiers wrecked a claiming of districts. Young Travelers. number of houses and many citizens were Henry Fowler, Liberal, proposed as an Denver, June 13.-—Two boys, 10 or Groceries, Provisions and Supplies injured with stones. amendment that proclamations be made by order of the privy counsel instead of them able to 12 years old, both Italian and neither of ¦AIL ORDERS SOLICITED. SAMPLES SENT ON APPLICATION. speak a word of English, Pool Seiling Unlawful. by the viceroy. He urged that a change 911 and 213 Sixteenth Street, If. T. MA.BOIVIC nVILDINTG, 16 arrived iu Denver this morning, having Cheyenne, St.. New June ot such importance as the proclaiming of come all the York, 13 —Counsel to way from Italy without, the the corporation has given the police com- districts should be made by the imperial guidance of any older person or anyone CHEYENNE . WVOMTINC-i instead of by the Irish executive. . missioners an opinion to the effect that re- who could speak English. They were The amendment was put to a division, ceipts in the city of commissions to make labelled, however, and came through with PEARSE and was rejected—239 to 167. TIIE COZZENS. bets uo race tracks is a violation pool selling law, and advises put a stop to the practice. of the that they Mr. Doherty moved as an amendment that proclamations be issued only in the report of the judge of the high court, after local inquiry. out any trouble. The labels which were attached to their jackets bore the address of their relatives at No. 2000 Fifteenth street, where they were delivered well and & McGILL Dynamite Explosion. happy law Pr°p- The amendment was rejected bv a vote ' Chattanooga, Tenn.. June 13. of 21)2 to 126. Waylaid and Shot. News reached here to-night that five men Mr. Shaw Lefevre moved an amend- Pittsburg, June 13. Mary Ann jy »<' >i* *» have been killed and many wounded by WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS. | ; rnent limiting the authority of the viceroy Valentine, the daughter of George Valen- an explosion of dynamite cartridges at in proclaiming to districts where it might " N 1 Dark hoomsand a first Class Inman lines, four miles from here. tine, of Etuaborough, was foun t to- be necessary for the prevention of crime night a. short distance from home in an ? Table, Billiard Parlor, Bar and The explosion occurred in the mine of and outrage. He appealed to the govern unconscious condition, with a bullet hole Barber the Tennessee Coal, Iron and Railway rnent to assent to the alteration, which, the where most of the employes near right eye. She had left the M. Comer XBtH and company, he said, would bring the clause to accord Uddy house shortly after supper to meet her *c¦<*»> k-><>u»-<>»» >••»-, no»r are convicts. However, the company of with the act of 1882. late has been employing English miners, father, carrying with her some money for Sir R. E Webster, attorney general, him. Fritz and it is said that these were victims of Weyman, a German, has 0.11.911.1. FB. said that it was refreshing to hear Shaw been arrested on suspicion. Miss Valen- theexplosion. Inman is five miles from Lefevre defending the act of 1882. any telegraph office and it is impossible to government, he added, could not The tine is dying. THE OLDEST AGRICULTURAL HOUSE IN WYOMING! later details accept secure to night. the proposal. The object being to punish Result of a Broken Engagement. the authors as well and to prevent the Berlin, June 13. —The duchess Will Vote To-day. of’ HERMAN HAAS, I commission of crime, the amendment 13.—At Alencon was taken to a private asylum Concord, N. H., June ORGAN & KELLY noon DRAPER to morrow each branch of the legislature would hamper the operation of the meas- to day. A year before her marriage she I ure. will vote for United States was engaged to the late kiug of Bavaria, senator. All Mr. Bradlaugh suggested that to meet but for some unknown reason the engage- Dealer in talk among among Republicans of a bolt the views of the government the words and Retail ment was ruptured. Since the king’s Wholesale Dealers in against W. E. Chandler, the caucus nom “and punishment” be added to the death the duchess has hovered between inee, has subsided, and he is conceded a Wagons, Ranch Tools, Harvesting ! ! amendment, after the word ‘preven- life and death and she is now in a condi* majority in both houses. ” ~! tion halFd tion similar to that of the duchess of Cum- w a RE Mr. Balfour announced that the govern- Most m Another Muddle. berland. Machinery. ment accepted the amendment with Mr. Jersey City, June 13.—District Attor- Bradlaugh’s modification Cattle Hooeipts. (Cheers). ney Winfield, of Hudson county, has The government accepted an amend- Chicago. June 13. —Cattle—Receipts, taken steps to bring to Hen- ment offered by Fjwler making the proc punishment 11,000; market slow, and 5 to 15 cents And the Celebrated GUMS, PISTOLS, CUTLERY, WINDOW GLASS Most and a number of nis followers, for their connection with the rioting at Oak lamation subject to the veto of either lower; houses of parliament. shipping Stockers and feeders, steers, $3 65(04.85; CHAMPION FRONT AND REAR Hall park near Guttenburg, yesterday Attorney General Holmes moved to cattle, $2 Texas CUT MOWERS. afternoon amend the clause by making summary Sheep—Receipts 5,000; market slow; Hollingsworth de Tiger, & ths Combined Hollingioorth A Ttger Sulky Hay Rake». 1 BAIN WAGONS JUyers willsell Jackelt and thin week at coal. jurisdiction and a change of venue apply to crimes committed before the issue of off; natives, the proclamation, if such crimes be com- best about steady; common. (£4.25; Texans. $2.50(£3 90. 10 to 25 cents Western. $3.00 Plow*. Han-ow* (all zteel), and the celebrated Kalamazoo Ditch Plows Steel and Chilled Cast Plows (of all sizes) of the the Rock Island and Sulky mitted after the passing of the act. Plow Company. Also the latest improved Wheel and Drag Scrapers Engraving in all its branches is done at The amendment was carried by a vote Jackets at cont—dtlyerii. (all sizes) and the Sidney Scraper, the Best in the market. HOLLINGSWORTH HAY RAKES. Krhnkr. Bwiinkr & Co.’s. of 227 to 118. THe Celebrated Stxidoto alter Acker’s Wacoix. C\\ A and reliable Medicines are the Murder and Suioido. to depend upon. Acker’s Bloou El- t Blood Ellxir Carriages, Ph«e tons, with the Celebrated New York, June 13. —Stephen Poole is warranted, Is because Brewster Springs, Spring Wagon* ot all TW« Largest Stock of General Hardware and Farming ixirha» been prescril>ed for years for all im- It la the best Styles, and Buck Boards. best Ths material at extremely low priost- (colored) to day shot and fatally wounded Blood Preparation known. It will posi- Implements between Chicago and San Francisco. pur11 les of the Blood. In every form of Scrof his wife. He then went to the cellar and tively cure all Blood Disraaee, purifies the and •vsrytaing warranted. Everybody is invited to call and aloua. Syphilitic or Mercurial diseases, It is Finding be was not dying, whole system, and thoroughly builds up the I see me. shot himself. invaluable.Fur Rheumatism, has no equal. he went bock a pat airs and out his throat Tonrrtitutlon. Remember, we guarantee It WYO. FERGUSON ST., CHEYENNE, Dr. W. N. Hunt. with a razor. Dr. W. N. Hunt. Corner Thornes and 18th Streets ...... Cheyenne.