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"The Eagle has the largest
bona fide circulation of any
paper in Kansas." Bates' Han
The only first class medium
for advertisers in the southwest
including Oklahoma, is the
TQL. XTV. NO. 137.
WICHITA KANSAS, SATURDAY ATOEN1NG, APRIL 25. 1891.
WHOLE NO. 2171.
JT fe fleet if
It has been said that fools and
children always tell the truth
"but a looking glass does the
same thing although, it has no
tongue, tfo and stand in front
of a mirror and, without any
beating about the bush, it will
lell you just how to look and it
wont flatter you at that. If you
d,on t like what you see there
you can make up your mind to
one thing it int the fault of
the mirror. Xow. if you want
to see something that is really
presentable, give the glass a
chance to reflect one of our clay
-worsted Prince Albert or cuta
way suits they are tailor made
and lit ISew.patterns in trous
ers and silk vests. If you think
of getting a hot weather coat
and vest now would be a good
time to set choice of the stock,
IBoys and childrens department
overflowing with new goods and
bargains. Suits from 73 cents
up. Knee pants, another lot
today at 10 cents, ateo waists at
10 cents. Outing shirts from
2o cents to the finer grades of
Madras. Cheviot and Silk. Send
us a mail order and we will
pi ease you.
One-Price (Mere; Hatters. FurnLhers.
126 & 128 -Douglas Ave.
Pattern Hat Sale
50 Fine Pattern Hats,
25 Fine Pattern Hats
Worth $600, $7.00, SS.00, $9.00,
$10.00, $t1.00, $12.00, to go at '
One lot to go at 83.98.
One lot to go at 4,98.
DEATH OF COUNT VON 3I0LTKE THE
GEEAT GER3IAN SOLDIER.
The Horrors of War Illustrated by
the Progress of the Rebellion
in the Republic of Chili.
The Enin "Wrought Among the Artistic
Treasures of the Eternal City by
the Late Powder Exolosion.
Sale commences at 9 a. m.
Store open until 10 p. m. today.
GLOBfi 150 N. JHAIN ST
M. B. COHN,
Philadelphia. April 24. Enough is
now known of the census returns tor 1S90
from the manufacturing industries of the
United states to establish the fact that
Philadelphia leads all the citie3 of the
country in the value of their annual pro
duct. The value of the annnnl nmHnrt oc
shown by the census of lSbO was $2?5 000 -000
for Philadelphia and $475 000,000 for
.Newlork. 1 he returns frr the present
S ;. " snow in rouna numbers $700,000 -000
for Philadelphia and $6o0,00U,000 for
Proposals Saooitted to the British Lords
by Newfoundland Balfour's Eeply to
Gladstone's Criticisms of the Land
Bill Eus3ia Arain ManaiiT-
sring in Southern. Europa-
Beblkt. April 24 Count Yon IToltke is
dead. Count Von lloltke attended the
session of the reiebstag held this after
noon. His death was very sudden, and
the physicians who were summoned an
nounced that it was caused by failure of
the heart. He died at 9 45 p. m.,-pas3ing
away quietly and painlessly. The news of
the count's unexpected death has caused
great sorrow m tne city.
foundland would ask to be represented
upon the arbitration commission and
would pass an act to enforce the execution
of the awards of the commission.
Sir William Wbiteway added that the
Newfoundland delegates regretted that up
to the present moment these proposals had.
not only not been accepted, but that no
hope had been held out that ther ever
would be accepted. Their adoption, he
saia, would immediately cause the excite
ment in Newfoundland to subside, and
would induce peace under conditions
which would make coercion by war ships
extremely difficult. If the Knuteford bill
became a law, it would have been forced
upon a resentful people, but if the propos
als of the Newfoundland delegates were
adopted a very good object of the bill
would be easily and pleasantly attained.
The enactment of the bill would leave a
rankling wound in the hearts of the colo
nists and would establish a precedent
which would ever give a feeling of inse
curity in every self-governing colony.
"In offering on behalf of the colonial
legislature," continued the premier of
Newfoundland, "to enact law3 providing
for the honorable fulfillment of obligations
of an excredingly odious kind we are ani
mated by a spirit of patriotism and devo
tion to the empire. Persistence in the
passing of the bill, therefore, will be a poor
return for that faith in parliament wnicft.
animated the Newfoundland legislature in
sending us to the bar of the houds of
The adjournment of the second readies
of Lord Knutsford's bill until Monday, as
already announced, is in order to fire the
government time to fully consiaer the rp
reprentation3 made by thfe Newfoundland
(delegates. Should the delegates be unsuc
cessful in their appeal to the house of lordi.
tney intend to apply tor a neanng oeroro
the house of commons. There iru a fall
attendance of peers and the prince of
Wales and Prince Albert aat together on a
TEE H0EE0ES OF WAE-
MILLEE & HULL,
TAILORS -:- DRAPERS
We are showing a finer Hue of
Suitings, Trouserings and Spring
Than ever. All new goods, de
sirable styles, no chestnuts, no
back numbers worked off on you.
And the ladies
The E L SHOBER CO.
312 East Douglas Ave.
A. E. SHOBER, Manager.
trade of the town.
DAYIS -:- & -:- FOUTS
146 X. MAIN bTREET
CALL AM SEE THE1T
Sedgwick Blk. Cor. 1st & Market
C O. PAGE & CO
Knbber and Leather Belting, Hvd
rant Hose, Packing, Etc.
Agents for Favorire Stove and Kange
Co. Best in the "World.
5i Q East Douglas Avenu
ilozart ITusic School.
Room formerly occnpled by Pro. J. "W. Metcalf
Xo. 41C ed;rwici Block. Pupils have the t.sa of .i
Grand Piano Garfield Mnslc Library and Techni
con, or Planiss. Hand Gymnasium. One half hour
jtrictlcn on the TechnScon is of more beaeat teca
lnailly, thin two hours practice oa the piano
Cill on Mrs D Hav. Tuesday, Thursday aad I
Friday. 9 to 12 a. m. 2 to 6 p in,
I tike creat plrann la heartily rocommesdiarr !
31r. Abblo T. i Mr. D.Hays.) as an ciceileat teacher j
ofmufic of P'ano forte and Hirmooy: asd a mw.
cian of hl;h merit, Intelletnsac" aad consrienti u-
In her work aad fnlly entitled to the hijredt confi
dence of her Datron and her friead, not only .is a
performer and a atroctor of filsh standing, but as j.
lady la the trae-t aw -whose Influence upon her
pupils can but be of the aiht enenVlal and elevat
Mr--, Hay has beta one of my very ben pupils
harlni: already aited me in teaching at GarflcM
i L"niTitj She is fully prepared to teach a four
years rou-e. I feel tnat in thus recommending her.
I ozuy award the credit that i already her.
JOHX W. METCALF.
Oakland CU March ta 1S81.
FOR S A
l SOUGHT MY OYEBAUs
SO D10I; HE GM)'
Purtber Details of the Progress of the
Struggle in OhilL
Paxaiia, April 24. The mail brings ad
vices from Cbili regarding the revolution.
The following terrible narrative is from
tne pen Oi a newempercorrespondent, writ
ten at Tarapaca, Feb. 22:
"At 6 30 a. m., on the morning of the
third, upwards of 3,000 workmen collected
at the Pozo Almonto, m order to proceed to
Iquique and make a final representation
respecting the scarcity of provisions. Sud
denly, however, a train appeared loaded
with government troops, under Martin
Larrian. Without halting or parleying,
these troops opened fire on the defence
less workmen, women ?.nd children. Short
ly afterward the forces marched forward
and killed all the men. Some who escaped
from the slaughter, tcok refuga in the
nitrate fields, but were subsequently fol
lowed up and killed. Some 890 of the men
were arrested and of this number eighteen
The Lima Diario said on March 16: "The
Chilian government and the Chilian rebel
authorities have both shot several per
sons. Among the number was Anibal X.i
raujo. a government officer, who was shot
when the rebels retired from Ovalle. It is
stated that when the government forces
retired from Pozo Almonto on theSamina.
they shot all the prisoners thev had and
destroyed all the nitrate establishments
they passed. The number of men who
took part in the fight at Eazo Almonto on
March 7 is estimated at 4,0G0. and nearly
three-fourths of this number were under
the orders of the government leaders. The
contest was a sanguinary one, and more
than 1.000 killed and wounded was the re
sult. The Balmaceda forces were routed.
The revolutionary army committed a
number of atrocities. At Pozo Almonto,
tLeceuterof the nitrate district, many
perished, includinsc women, when the df-
pertsed troops were followed up, sum when
, tne victors commenced to plunder the
drinking shops and provision store-."
A cable message received In Callao on
March 31 reads: "The revolutionary
squadron has left Iquique for Valparaiso,
atter receiving on board the men-of-war
and transports the whole of the revolu
tionary snore forces. The object is to at
tack Valparaiso "
Provisions were recently so scarce in
Iquique that 20 were paid for a can of
preserved milk, and beef sold at 10 per
pound. These prices were caused by the
port being blockaded by the rebel squad
ion. The officers and crews of these
vessels state that they have signed a
round robin, binding themselves not to
lay down arms until they hang President
Balmaceda in the principal square in
A cable message from Lima, dated April
11, reads as follows: "A dispatch from
Iquique, dated the Sth instant, says that
news ha just been received there that
Aroca and Tacna had been taken. All of
the Tacna department i now in the hands
of the congressional party, who control
all the northern portion of Chili a3 far
south as Copiapo. There was no fighting."
WEEKLY EETIETV OF TEE
STATE OF TRADE.
The Past Week Characterized
Unnsual Activity in the
x Speculative Markets.
Tte Infamous Woman Butoher, Jack the
Ripper, Kcw Thought to be at Work
the Oitr of New York,
BALFOUR TO GLADSTONE.
London, April 24 Mr. B.dfour haa
written a letter in which he comments at
length upon Mr. Gladstone's recent criti
cisms on the Iri-h lnnd bill. Mr. Balfour
saya: "The Liberals oppose, line by line,
a measure which is accepted in its main
principles by every section of the Irish
party, and eagerly desired by the bulk of
the Irish agricultural community, and
involving no risk, theoretical or practical,
to the British taxpayer. Mr. Gladstone
dofi not evn prefpnd to hold out any
prospect of a settlement of the question,
except by occupving the time of pirlia-
meut, if he gets a majority, with a fruit
less discussion of absurd and impossible
scheme of home rule. While he has been
voting on abstract resolutions about self-
government, rural parishes and registra
tion, the government has done more to
advance the principle of local self-government
in every part of the kingdom, to
lighten the cost of the education of the
working classes, to strengthen the de
fences of the empire and to deal with
social questions than au administration
pledged to home rule would be likely to
do in a generation. The government,
though not following Mr. Gladstone's
example m confining its attention to
Ireland, has effected, and is effecting,
more for the material welfare of the
country than any of its predecessors."
Thelo-Tra Indians Demand Cash in Pay
ment for Their Lands Chicago Pack
ers Preparing to Hore Orerlnta
Indiana Philadelphia's Im
portance as a Mannfao
Oil Com- J
Washington. April 24. Thomas A.
Heenan, United State consul at Odessa, on
tne Black sea, ia la Washington and he
brings some news of the preparations
Russia Is making for war. Tnat country
wants Constantinople.and i3 getting ready
to tase it. unaer tne treaty or Jerlin
no warships can pas? into the Black sea
through thu Bosporus and the Dardanelles.
But Russia h carried into the Black sea
her armor plate', ongiu? 'lera and every
other component part of a warship, there
oeing no restriction acamst tnu material,
merchindise, and nowBhahas in the Black
sea a fleet of thirty or forty vessels. Not
all of these are first-class warships. Many
of them are, while others are vessels that
have paired through the Dardanelles as
ships of peace, and have since been trans
formed into ships of war. Russia has fire
navy yards on the Black sea, where a great
ueal of ship-building is done. The armor
plate and enaines come from Scotland, the
great plants of Glasgow and along the
Clyde. The heavy guns are brought from
the north of Rnssia over the railroad, but
are also carried in the holds of many of the
ships that pass through the Dardanelles.
The strength of the Russian arrav is 1,000.
000 men. In three weeks' time 3,000,000
men could be brought into the field by
calling out the reserves the men who,
although they have served an enlistment
of five years, are still available for service.
It is no secret in Odessa that Russia wants
a southern port and an outlet, and is get
ting ready to tike It.
THE EXPLOSION NEAR ROME.
ROME, April 24. The explosion of 265
ton of gunpowder yesterday in the powder
magazine at Pozze Pantaleo, which caused
serious damage and loss of life, created
great alarm at the Vatican. All the win
dows of the pope's library were broken
and a number of precious relics were des
troyed. In addition many valuable panes
of colored glass in the principal windows
of St. Peter's Basilica were smashed to
pieces. The handsome stained jrlass win
dow over the chair of at Peter was also
broken. At St. Paul's churcU all toe
stained glass windows were damaged. The
damage done at this church was 3o great
that the building has been closed to the
public while the debris is being cleared i feat.
away and the work of temporary repair '
inaugurated. Aiucn or tne nestruction is
irreparable, as the -valuable work of art.
which have been destroyed can not be re
placed. Many of the destroyed stained
class windows were thew-rtof celebrat
ed artists w ho lived centuries ago Many
of the valnable relics in the St Paul mon
astery have also succumbed to the force
of the explosion.
At the time of th xpi05ion the pope
was engagea in in- ceieorauou or a low
London. April 24. A Hamburg dispatch
says that Bismarck's friends are indignant
atthe reported use of the Guelph fund in
an attempt to defeat him. The fund being
entirely at the disposal of the kaiser, has,
it Is said, betn drawn upon to considerable
amount to prevent the ex-chancellor's
election, regardless of who might be
It is now reported that the kaiser may
dissolve the reichstag in order to have a
respite from Bismarck, although, now
that it is known that Bismarck is willing
to euter the reichstag. hL- friends believe
that half a dozen seats would be offered
Among the most active of Bismarck's
opponents at Geestemunde has ben a so
cialist named Arning, who, in 1SS6. was
arrested in Berlin for some remark derog
atory to Bismarck and detained in prison
for three weeks without a trial or hanns.
At the end of that time he was conducted
to Hamburg and put oa board a ve-d for
cherishes a feeling of deep indignation
against the ex-chanceaor, and Is said rj
have been the medinm that used the f nnd3
contributed in Berlin for Bismarck's de-
NEW Tobx, April 24. R. G. Dun & Co.'s
Weekly Review of Trade .aya:
"But for peculatlon thia would have
been a comparatively dull week. But
sales of 113,000,000 bushels of wheat and
2 242 GOO shares of stock have supplied a
certain activity, though not of the most
whohsome kind. In the interior business
has been somewhat improved, but many
causes combine to prevent snnt activity.
Prominent among these is the reaction
from excessive real estate apeculatioc and
building, which have prevailed for yurs
in some quarters. Thus, at Philadelphia
a depression is explained by the fact hat
60,000 nw houses have been added in
eight years. The strikes in building
trades tend to cause dullness where activi
ty had been expected, and the threatened
strike of coal miners in several states also
"But on the whole, the volume of busi
ness is lbrge for the season in amount of
tank exchanges, close up to that of corres
ponding weeks list year, and cast bound
shipments from Chicago for thre weeks
have been 200.071 tons, against 231.01S for
the same weeks of 1S90. The symptoms
are those of waiting, rather than reaction.
At Chicago wool receipts gain a third over
last year, and wheat receipt are larger;
but decrease appears in flour, corn, meats,
lard and hides. Dry goods sales equal last
year for the same week, and sales of cloth
ing and sboea show an increase. The crip
retards trade at Milwaukee, but further
improvement is seen at St. Louis. Trade
is fair at Kansas City and Omaha and
better at Denver.
"The money markets are generally nn
disturbed and comparatively easier. Col
lections improve slowly. The treasury
continues to pay out more than It takes in,
though but little this week, the net addi
tion to the circulation being about IS00, 000,
There are renewed signs of foreign selling
of securities on the recent rise, and it is
not to be expected tnat large gold exports
in the summer can be prevented, unless
bread stuffs so decline as to permit a free
movement prior to June.
"Wheat has risen 2jf cents, with enorm
ous speculative transactions, and has been
even higher, therriftrkets of late showing
iieavv reiuiziui; xet euuiws iuiu s.s-
demands for the crop rear, ia still over V).
000,000 bushels. The belie! in short Euro
pean crops next fall is the chief cause
given for the speculativo advance; but it la
too early to decide what crops other coun
tries will harvest four months hence. Corn
haA declined a quarter of a cent, but oats
are half a cent higher. The continued
great receipts of cotton have depressed the
Erice a sixteenth, and oil is 2 centa lower,
ut coffee an eighth higher. The offerings
of European rurined sugar seem to have
called American refiners to order very
quickly, and, without any change In the
price of raw sugar, refined has dropped
from a quarter to half a cent.
"The change in the average prices of
commodities has been but a slight advance
for the week. In spite of the rise in wheat,
manufactured products tend lower, on the
whole. Heavy liquidations put tin down
to 19i cents and lead to $4.15, and large
importations cause tin plates to be offered
at some decline. The coal trade do-a not
improve, though agents have fixed upon
2.o00,000 tons as the output for Mav The
Lehigh company ignores the decision in
the Cox case, but the threats of a strike in
the bituminous mines affect the prospect.
"The business failures occurring
throughout the country during tho last
seven day, number 205, a? compared with
a total of 251 bint eek. For the corres
ponding week of last ywir the figures were
make a large cress oa the base of the spine.
Everything about the room was in a state
of disorder, although it might have been
in this condition before the couple entered
it. The housekeeper said that themardrcd
woman's companion wore a white turn
down collar and a dark brown cntaTny
coat. He was German in appearance, but
she bad no idea how long he bad been in
the country. She said he looked like a
seafaring man. The woman was a well
known character around the neiehbot
hood, but no one seemed to know her, or
where she lived. She could not hive been
much under 0 years of age. Herhairand
passed the iron gray stage and was almost
white Her features were small, irregular
und stamped with the marks of drunken
ness ana th gutter, ate wore an old
black sktrt and toralat. and on her head was
flung a shawL She was a typical specimen
of the druniea old harridan of the plums.
Her companion, the man whom the en
tire jrolica force of Xew Yoriis now bend
ing iu energies to captur, was the oppo
si:e ia nsarly evary rvspecc to the woman.
In point of yaars ho might have btan her
son. He was not a day, to all sppar
ancr ovsr 30 or 82 years of agei. In build
he was slicht. and waa not ever 4 fei,
8 inches in height. Ha has a l'ghs com
plexion, blonde mustache and blonde hair
When thar applied for lodging CIerc
Fitzjemld asked thetn what nnme he
should pat upau the register. To this the
man replied with whit smuded to the
cbrk hJte C Ka!ckier, and he wrote is
noon the hotel register That the tmble
batcher deliberately set out to find a vic
tim Fsemi beyend question, just as it w
apparently eqcally sure that the only
motive for the deed waa sheer brute thirsi
for blood and horrible mutilation.
Coroner Schultz at E o'clock removed the
body. The body lay precisely as it had
been found The coroner shoved it cently
over on its ricflt side, revealing fully the
awful nature of the mutilation Oue cut
extended from tho middle of the abdomen
down through the length of the entire ab
dominal cavity The entrails, scattered all
over the lower portion o the bed. looked
ai though they had been f unoudy dragsred
out in wild frenzy of biocL Whether any
of the p'irts are missing, as whs the cave
with the Londnn murders, has not yet been
Ine woman was either stone dead or in
sensible at the tlm the mutilation was in
flicted. She had been strangled to death.
Tightly knottl ever her throat, so that it
left two red welts when removed, was a
portion of the-wretched creature's chemie.
The knots were tied so tight that the
coroner had to cut tbem loose. Over this
and abont the head was wound a portion
of a sheet, and over this stiil km tied the
woman s own blue ccecii apron. nen
the covennsrs were removed the face was
PKESIDBNT HARRIS0X STILL LI5
GEBLXG IS THE GOLDEJf STATE.
SeniT TTattersoB Sansraine of Dem
ocratic Success in the Sext
A Perr Srrtoimana of tia Inraigratioa
Prauis JTo-w ?raoticd av Foreigner
to Erada tc Ifov Lax-
TaDc hi Washington of iht BesignaUon cf
Senator Esagin Its Effect on tea
Spcikaiahip Contest An Enor-
raco3 DocHnc in the Bse&pts
Prom Onstoms All Qnict
in the Oebs Hegioos-
Ke-sn and Nates.
S.VXTA Baubara, CrtL, April 24. The
president aad party left Pasadena early
thifc morning. The tmir. stopped at Sni
Fernando, where th5 president wus intro
duced to a crowd at the statiou, and tu.ulo
a speech. A beautiful arch of evert:rins
had been erected overthe railroad track m
hw honor, and the ladies loaded iut car
The next stopping place- wan San-
Salua. when tht prudent wa cordwily
received. He addv?ed the crowd briefly
A short ton wai niAdft at i-antn Dn?n.i
Ventura, wnore th pre-idnt wt received
by the local mHtii and throng of people
Mora flowers wcro showered upon him.
The pre-iidant mado a few remark-.
Th celebration at bantA Barbara con
sisted of a procpxilna 0 Pranwh ctt.:?nd
in nAtiva costnme, a rwtU of flower, a
reception, a banquet and a balL Every
thing was made a near Spanish aa poi-bK
The nartv wrr alo e.cortd thrnnrh th
5en to be turned slightly upward-. The I old Santa Birbarn mmlon by prctni di-
eyes were tightly clcvjd. The expression
on the face waa one of anouy. Tne old
woman, alight and weak on lie was, had
evidently struggled Lard. Her gray hair
was all undone, and huo in tannic about
her ehastly face.
The assasm did his work, stole quietly
awav, and Jack the Ripper's a-st bloody
mark had been made in New York. No
body heard or saw the man leave during
the night or morning The murderer,
when he had done his foul work, loced
the door as he went out and carried the
key with its tax, "31" attached.
The doctor who haw the body before it
was removed says: "Waether by chanc
or skill the cut was made so as to effect
tuo object aimed at by the London Jack
the Ripper, namely, the removal of the
uterus. The incision was begun near tae
termination of the back bone and earned
from bolow upward in an oblique direction
to a point half way upon tie rigfa Bide of
the abdomen Then apparently the knife
wxs carried around the perinaeum, butcher
fashion, and the Htsrua, rectum and
blnilder pulled out together.
"Th bladder is still lying on the bed.
carciuily wparntea trom iu unrrounuiag
attachment. The rectum has
pn-witlon. TUe lulies hjo vlnited the mis
sion PnnceMn Lonhe, of England, who
visited thb country In lSfi, is the nniv
other lady who ha eTrr Wen permitted
with this acred precinrt
been divided oft from ndiacent HTurtnrs,
and a superficial examination did not rind
C-ViTZSTOV, Tex.. April 34i-An afternoon
naper publisher an interview with flrnry
Watterson, who w now in Galvrvoa on a
lecturing tour In answer to qntwiw aa
to th poll tied outlook, Mr Waiicrson
"A to the political situation from a
Democratic standpoint, t&aeeuii to m
tail Id is tnott encocmglng. I do not be
lieve that wo shall Iwri anything vcr7
serious to apprehaad from oar overwhelm
ing mnjonryln the next congress TfaaS
majorttr know perfectly well it was not
tent to Washington to commit exeww ct
any kind Aftr the election of a pNikT
and t onjnnlzation of the committee-,
i will go to work upon an art wpaliug
the mot odion fcatnrei! of tae McKln.ey
bill and embodying Democratic Mean of
revenue reform LTpon thia Hire of rrenno
reform tbe fight next year, aa in ! w, 1
be made. I take it for e ranted that w. u&i.
Hkwie 1 hive vm silver legislation, but I have
JACK THE EIPPEB.
The Infamous Chncxoat Make3 His Ap
pearanc in Fevr York.
New Toek, Apnl 24 Jack the Ripper
nas come to .w zone At las; nn onnai
Catherine and Water streets, that ther
eems to be no room for doubt, and the
police admit it.
who is in charge of tee Oak street station,
and is one cf Inspector Bjrnea' oldeat aad
c-Vtn wrut ? itira soM S NrtT T
FRENCH POLITICS. ' Jaoc' work to a dos." Wfto he i. where
PARIS. April 24. M Camille Drevfu, J he came from, why he murdered Jhe
member of the chamber of deputies, edi- woman, acd wao the victim U, so ca
tor La Nation and the man who some time 1
murderer s hand, wnotner ne Knew it or
not, for the presence of. the other structures
without it proves that it must have beu
withdrawn from the bodv Tha resem
blance between thl murder and thofl
credited to Jack tb Ripper, In London 1
th.ua strone enough to warrant thi pre-
I isumptioa thac the object aimed nt waa
the same, nitnougn sno proceaure vnu
Inspector William In tonight awiiiting
Inspector Byrnea in questioning the poo
pie continuously being brought in by tb
largest force cf Central office detectivei
and policemen evervwhera at work on a
single caae in Nw York. On woman ar
rested, a Mri. Harrington, rrho keepi a
lodging house, gave Information, whereby
the police arrested a man known
in kit haunti a "Frenchy," and
who, according to Xfrv Harrington,
was n acquaintance of the dd 'woman,
whose name she a!d wcx Carrie Brown
00 years old. The woman formerly Jived
out at service, but she waa so mucn given
to riotona living f hat she acquired an un
enviable reputation, and thui loit her
chances of gaming an hont livelihood.
The police would give no information
concerning the man, nor would they give
his right nainc
s.nce was nearly killed by the Marquis de
Mores in a duel, ye-terdav predd"d at a
meeting which ne ha convened of om
2,000 of his cn"rjtuen fr-m the twelfth
arrondiement, dparmnt of the Sem.
The object of M. D-yrus in calling the
THE IOWA INDIANS.
SAC AVD Fox AGrccrr. I T . April 24
Special Indian Agent Robin vn ba arnvrd
at the low village, and announced him
telf to blind chief Toheas ready to pro
ceed with his work of allotting Iandls n
severalty to tbe Xowa tribe of Indiana To
thia the Indian demur aylni that thf y
have no meini of lebxmnce, no money
acd no credit, aad that thy deir the
government to pay thrn their mony. or
promi tteir pay Ja m kt for tb a of
thetr land before they .11 pred to jiki
their rllottsiMt. Toe trary pr'rr'5
that they shall b paid ia li 0 ;ock and
asncaltnralimplementt Tola, tne low
state, vu not th agreeaTJ whn ta
CP- Richard O Connor. , ,ntm,Jnrni., 1U.T- tanl L. -nd--,1 te-
vr to set thdr pay in cash, and er
pUIned It to a! popi whm thy wrrn
trat'ng with the cornmULnner". and that
I t2ey nev-would make ay other Sand of
agrsemsnt with th governrnent. Th
asctia &' fldemTn-v ta ri for Indian
, Axent PaficX and I li Lryi ha b-
twen thjai th7 caa corn to an amtcabU
tttlemens with ;h Isdiac? and allow tt
aJotmffnts to proo-d
nu at the Vatican. So severe was the meeting was to aftord mm an opportunity j
id woclri of refminr charge 01 niacrmail brought
moo roz. Jeans Pants. i?r.
i000 Doz. Overalls.
OAX PIT AXYBODY
Dry Goods. Notions, Hats, Gaps and Fiiraisliiflffs. -I
-hock that he lost his balance and would
have fallen had not an attendant caught
1 Ths ir.TPssic-atiori made bv thp militarT
authorities shows that the exnlosiou was
caused by the accidental explosion of some
shrapnel" shell capsules.
LoIo .April 24 The statement read
yesterday before the house of lord by Sir
William" Whiteway, premier of Newfouatl
Itnd, concluded with tne following pro
posals, which he said ougct, in the opinion
of the people of Xe "-foundland, to be
accepted by the imperial government a a
solution of" the diSicukies now existing:
That the Newfoundland Icislature pass
1 immediate! v an act author.z.ac the execn-
- year 01 tne modu vivendi
awarding of the arbitration
' ag3inst him by M. Uemoau
i Monte Carlo.
The eirly part of tbe meeting was char
acterized by uproarious demonstrations,
occasionally vansd by downnzbt quarrel
ing. Finally M. Dreyfus bcame com
pletely exasperated and 3pnngicc from
the platform to the floor bean a vigorous
asAAiilt nnnn nn of the el-ctors. A frv
fight participated m by nearly every per- paze. On tae bed I2.J th jvoman in a mire
knows as yet. Tee worntn' nara nt
even known. She is known about the '
r.e shborhood aa one c the let cf half
drunken creatures who hang about the
, bad resorts by the watrIde. It t l0-3
I Lvst night wnen a man ace woman came
1 into tne hotel and registered. Tbe two
registered at the hotel as xs.nick.iex aad
wife. He and the woman toec a room on
aa upper noor and went to it at once.
Nothing was aees of either cf them dar
ing tbe night Ne cry or unuanal noi
This morning the attendant rapped on
the door of the room occupied by tc
couple, but no answer came. He rapped
again with no better reiit acd. Saajy,
broke tee ccor in. An awiul Mgct mjt hii
TE CnlCAGO PACKERS,
Ore co. Apnl S JiV'-ro Morri ayt
that A-ar U Co aad fc'-rift U O an
wita h!m ia the O0Tast tn etabl h
privEtfl yard avtM6 o tb Caio iyc
yard &r te reelpt ol cvtt shipped br
tfeam, and taa ihrr u nv nu yarli
son present foliowecL in angry crowd
stormed the speakers piatform and mat
ters speedily tcsne so mterestinc that
Deputy Dreyfus found it advisabi- to take
to hi hels in order to escape tne wrath cf
hi constituent-. His exit from the hall
was made by way of a window, through
whicn he disappeared followed by jeers,
hisses and cat calls. The constituents
thereupon passed resolutions calling upon
the deputy to resign.
or mooo. sne naa oeen oad ;or conrv
Her abdomen had been fairly ripped open
witn a and. croken Jtniie tnat lay m tne
blood. The viscera had been cut, and.
from appearances, a part "&$ mowing.
The man escaped. A very imperfect da
pcription of mm was given to the pohes.
and tney went to work on it with the ut
most ecrecy and speed. Little has Ieakd
out except that the murderer wrs a rnaa
about 32 years of age and shabbily drew-ed.
The body of the woman bad'not ben
touched wnen the coroner arrived. n
tsi arrancessat U nocrtly tempcrarT.
aad tea ttew thr big packiaz arm
will, after a Jiaof, move tnetr plants to
Toliaatoa, lad. Meantime tbe federal
WTtrsnifflt asay tax hand. About
ICO COQ beed of cattle wre recently par
chafed by Mcrru and Armour in lexaa,
aad it i aaartea that the whole herd can
not nsder tn qnaratine regulation, fc
landed la f alcago at any potat xcot
wttaJa a certa.n part of the Vsiozi todfc
no ida that the Drnnn-ratio pnrt fan bo
Inrtd into tne perpetration of a great a
advancement of stiver to
the n?xt cam pul en, ard
fcnratlon 01 the tar XI
issun. On th nl the rrty luia fuy
cuiue to a perfect agreement.
"The country 1 tnoronghly educated
and around. We are in alght of victor .
To nbandon vantage ground of thu ort
and to descend into the moraai of srwetua
tirit and adventurous tiacal coaotnieft
would b-suicidal, aad would rara, aa ft
W'hi11 ciire. crta.n defeat. I am a la
metallUt and a friend of silver I would
not contract, but would, tf necemary, ex
pand our money circulation But tho
Democratic party must find common
ground for Democrat to itand ntxv in
this matter, and I am confident ti at it
will do so "
'V.'batabout Mr Cleveland?"
"Tbe nomination of Mr Cleveland do
ponds enkrelv upon the action of tho
itat of New York. If New York appean
in the next Democratic convention n
favor of hw nomination he will be nomi
nated. If it apryn against him. or art
onj divided, I do not think he will b."
"In default of Clevf land, who?"
4A to that. I caa only nwwrr in tn
wonl of the patriarch; The Iord w.a
provide ' '"
When aaked If an thought Cleveland a
letter upon tbe silver question woud de
feat his nomination h replied:
"I do not, bat it wa a very foolish let
ter and one that would neTer have been
written had Ovrla&d consulted h.
friend. f leveUnd's poIrton 00 the
Mlver question wa well known, but thero
waa no earthly reason for hw parading tt
to the world and challenging Rtcam.
particoJarly when he waj4 t the very cmi
of wv of immense pepchvrity Tho
rank and Cl of the party are for Clev
Je.rd. It i Irapcaaibie for anybodr to mako
a forcait a to who wDl b tbe Dsii6crat
Jr concave. H' ftre; ouch t scat r
gt tf kacwlr3ze t. U 1 overtJeleM
tfa fart that New York, w da a potent
l-fiuer.re ad if fliveinsd en carry New
York 'a tbt sat'cial coavvatias Va iSW la
j mj op'sioa h w.Il t tb nomine. Jiar
ri.oa I tain. wi b tk JUab-ican
eomtne. Ta JejJeil ad faikrinca
txtwten Elaia; aadlianivja har a'! been
uniicas'y tt-.l, and It esiaate osrl.alv
li now tssrongh Mih.hed betwatf'j
chief execu:v anrf tha department cf
V4. to rvracuJatios bJsx be;ht
abs Gy an acwrlOu rxrsiytrx br wfc 'h.
But1n agT V ibrxrr hl Jsfl'iesre r
Irrioc In Vtt t r5r5 1J res ;..
tion, witn nsortediag ttt fc
1Jlaiie will bw pcrlfcrtiy 'mutt o coa
tiDBe tarocga another una a n-etry
Wi.n7XTU, Apri. EC CelUetAT Bitu
dlct, of BarHsgion, Vt, aeio3e In a let
ter to tha crrtarr oi the treary a report
frcm aa iS2adgratioa Inspector at loz
reaL who siaUf th.at dnr-ag a prto4 of
ij .. - .J . - .' M
nnsaei an compi-ec miomiu! t,, tUny-sbj carloada of Saal-
j grant IjlA arrived at Montreal, afco'it oa
I thud of whom were dsUsed lor tM Unli
Y. A. Wooibridra. -oLec-r atJ7wport,
Vt.t reports tht aboat 30 heaaijCraita
per Cm pan throogh thai part for lfc
csited EjU. M'tof tbeae, ho-srrrer.
be saja, ara Canadians, who W5rk In New
England factraiea and after th a(co !
over rrtsra t Canada. Nlthr ocwector
haa aey d5ait alaa to tnggeat to prevent
thi hnsilcratica in vielauon of !, bci
coiieceo? BesdJt fijgu tbl IX as &
migraat ie9ci4.r b mu.l'yz,rl at Montr!
mi"r i e zfc trace tae imai.2Tsj:i in t
taraw the blame oa Far.
At as low prices as any merchant (who pays his
bills) can afford to sell the same quality of goods
522 East Doudas Are. Oep. Hotel Carey.
commission, together with all treaties and
declarations nnder instructions from the '
queen in council; that further procres'-of I A 1 U5T COLLrtt'aca.
he Knutsford nui t ueterrert unta the CElCAGa April 24 -T.ee Western Whole-
nassaire of tbe above act, and that the sale Sash. Door and Blind as-ocia.tioa.
present araitrsuon agreement snoui .. not wmca was lonnea at tae arement hou5 I necc ana reveaiea a gnasuy vuage, . tj ieast dissrac.
be allowed to operate teyond the lobster some weeks aco, is said to be defunct. The The tonarua -raa on: of tbe month and ' from T.-n-rfx,! t r.'n-jn : uki
quotion witfaoutobt-a;niag prior consent j organization was in the nature of a truss i rwoliea, the eyes bvlzed from their soct- forhadow taat not even a tsraey lade-
3 A RON FAVA,
RrjlfZ, A-zr.l 24. The ItAlLia 3
gave Baron Fara a ecol welcome. Rad'ai Caird Eiat-t. aad oiktrwiK tjp the Urdt-
apprtciates tnatce haa rnadi a aco. aad i d antaor:::.
made a nasty examinaiion anc lonnc tnas 1 it Li r?rnr& in Horse that tae only irae-
iw o. wruut.Mu w mm. .-. v MWM.-. uu liriw a;.Ki27 inn af5r ' -rr 11
Blind as-ociAtion. I lis removed the clothe from her face and ' ret cut of th ie-4j--, a:itiUt -rltn
of the colony of Newtoundiaud. in which ) ofcombmation between the rnanufactur-
cae the colony shoulu tse representoi on , ers and the jobbers of all the no"ih
the commis-ion. Tnat tne colony of New- western, western and "ionthem states. The
foundland desired Uiat the agreement be break un was cnund by the Wholesale
Sash. Door and Blind association of the
northwest withdrawins on the plea that
ins interests concerned were too divera:-
for unconditional arbr ration on all pomts
that either party could raise under tne
treaties, and if this could be arranged be
tween Great Sritton aad France. New- J ed to harmonise.
ets, the noe was Sattened to the lace, and
about te necx wa. a circle of congealed
blood. The appearaoce of ti facw con
vinced the coroner that the woman cad
first bea strangled aad then cat. Oa
turning over the body it tm found that
the murderer had left bU marka The
i brakes end cf hid knife had been, njcd to
NrrTosz. Xsrl 3i. Nr-ii'sift Bder.
58 yr old. who winded at te.- bre '
See jrirday fr7S3 tfc taaai:Jp Wv
iajod, cofad tha a tad fcs i-weatT
four yr ia aa istvs 17' en -
ssB7 II W5rd?rwi hl it.- i .3
i4. Fi wa . iarsreI afcou -a
aft- and x.d th tinibortlU oi tfce rra
9f tanraca to in'nj bjb W tr f . ted
Amencan ceoia bets? ach tfaateoasrw SAtc. K- ar tar dbJ ut lol vVr
would not dare 10 tnaks an s-pprttpsittms. ( win send lind bart aad rpaft ta c
ImperiaJt ha forwjirded a-esiata that to tb ecretrx t ts trtJry, w viA
hjtve greatly rprii tJw cahiaii, kw- 1 wKatanaicas witt tae crirury -at ix
rz that Ameria doe not fear Italy'i j The Graiaja goernHie5t wlB pewfrakiy b
ieet, ' asked is aa 3CUaUea.
niid to th faaailte erf 'fee
Italian th terciwr of ti