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TIME TABLE NO. 31.
Sunday AprU 26, 1891.
),oSNo.l. No 2 1 No.l.
i 4 a 40a It Albnqnornue nr UVDn Wt
7U)u VW tkKilIdRO BSUp 1085p
HllalOlSn Wlnirato 6 Dip 10 Kip
8 4Vn lUSOa (lallap S2H 0 3up
U3ii 10:p NtIo Springs Sitip 7 3lp
1147a 2 4Vp Jlolbrook 1 27p OKlp
HOp 4 80p IVlnslovr 1140a 4 SOp
S I2p 7 Zip FlsKstaH 8 5")a 2 SOp
5 4p 015p Williams 1Uiil2l!i
7 J7p ll&Sp Trescott J miction 4 15a 1015
0 4ip iUa reach Bpringa 2Uta 8 2.1a
JUIp 4 40.1 Kintrnwn 1131a 810.1
U 800a ThNedlea 810a S 10a
43.1 10 17a Fenner 0 S.'a 1 31a
IUal2Kp llaKdact 410iU20p
AS la JMf DoKJott KUa 327p
U15n 4 SOp llantov 12 SOp 800p
740par IlojiTt' 1t40i
F. T. BCBBT, W. A. HlSSILL,
General Atrcnt, Oen'l Passenger Agt,
Albnqncrqne. N. M.
Alboqaernuo A. T. & B. P. It. It., for all point
east and south. ..... ..
l'roscott Junction Fresoott 4 Arizona II U
way for Fort Vi hippie and Fresoott.
ljarslow ceHIoruianuumtuu itaiiwny luruua
Angeles, fan Dlego and other southern Calltor.
Mojavo-Socthern PaclSo tar Ban Franr.I.ca,
Bacramcoto and riorlbern California points.
. PULLMAN PALACE 8LEEP1NO OA11&
V" No change is made by Bleeping Oar Passengers
between fan Francisco and Kansas City, or boa
Diego and LoeAngel.e and Chlcaeo.
'J he Grand Canon of the Colorado, hitherto in.
accetsable to tourists can be reached by taking (
this line via. Peach Springs, and a stage ride
from thence of but twenty-three miles. Uhls
Canyon is the grandest and most wonderf al of
nature's works. . . . . . .
Btop at Flagstaff and hnnt doer, bear snd wild
tnrkoy in the magnificent pine forest ot ths
ban Fraoclsco mountains, or visit ths aneiut
touts ol to lATe ana wiu vwsupo
MORE CORN FOR EUROrE.
COLONEL MURPHY WRITES EN
COURAQ1NQLY FOR IT.
Bread Made of German Ilyo nnd Amerl.
can Matte Cheap nnd Excellout
1 Substitute for lirend Com-
posed L'ntlroly.ofltye. ,
WAsnisaTON. D. O., Oct. 15. Secretary
Rusk Is In receipt of a communication from
Colonel 0. J, Murphy, special opent in
.uropo on uoiiair of tho malao Industry.
Colonel Murphy proceeded to Berlin by the
Secretary's Instructions a short time ngo.
In order to take advantage of the precut
shortago la the cereal crops of Europe to
present to tho attention ot tho German
people and government tho Importance and
Value of American Indian corn as a cheap
and nutritious substliuto for other
cereal foods. Colonol Murphy writes
most encouragingly, roportlng his
cordial reception by Minister Pholps
and tho readiness of that gentleman to
forward his mission; and futhcr states
that he has been ablo to produce)
bread composed In part ot ryo and part of
corn which has been highly commended
by nil thoso to whom Bamplos havo been
submitted as a most satisfactory substitute
for the ordinary rye bread In general uso
among certain classes in Germany, and
this at a cost based on the present price, of
ryo flour and corn meal in Germany,Rreatly
Inferior to the cost of tho bread made ex
clusively of rye flour and now retailed In
that city. Should special concessions In
the matter of tariff duties bo secured from
flie German government on Indian corn
tho outlook for a largo increaso In our ox
ports of that product to Germany w ould,
In the opinion of Colonel Murphy, bo most
AMERICA'S SCHOOL FIGURES.
Official BUtistlcs of the Census Bureau
i. on Educational Matters.
NvASniKGTOX, Oct. 14. Tho census bu
reau has issued an extra bulletin on educa
tion. It shows returns of prlvato and paro
chial sohools up to July 1, 1891, and gives
statistics of parochial schools by states
and by communions not boforo shown In
any census. The total school on
roUment for tho United States
reported July 1, 1S91, was close to 14,520,
000; the total public school enrollment, in
cludlngabout 03,000 in universltles.schools
for training teachers, etc., nearly 13,730,
COO, and the total enrollment In prlvato
nnd parochial schools not far from 750,000
each. The gain In population from 1850 to
1893 was 133.66 por cent and In school en
rolment 105.15 per cent.
The relations of whlto and colored at
tendance In tho south show that 21.53 por
cent of the whlto and 13.55 por cent of tho
colored population were enrolled In school
In the census year. Tho gain over 18S0
was 3.9l per cent for the white and 01.58
per cent for the colored.
Eleven communions are clvcn as main-
tolnlnr parochial schools, tho Catholics
having more than twlco as many pupils as
till othors and tho Luthcrns about ono
fifth of the wholo numbor.
Public schools apparently havo about
twelve times as many elementary pupils as
private schools, are close to the prlvato
schools In secondary pupils and have less
than half as many in superior instruction
as prlvato institutions.
AN OIL TOWN ENDANGERED.
McDonald, Fa., Has Ita Second Narrow
I Escape From a Destructive Fire.
I PirMnmin. Tn .. Opt 11 Th nnnr nil
town Of McDonald has had another visita
tion from flro and another narrow cscapo
from bolng wiped out of existence From
9 until 10 o'clock this morning everything
lndloatcd the destruction of the town and
great excitement provailcd. The wildest
reports reached Pittsburg. In almost less
time than It takes to tell tho story a special
train conveying oil- men and newspaper
representatives was en routo to tho scene,
eighteen miles on tho Pennsylvania road.
At the intersection of McDonald Creek
and Robb's Run, Smith & Co. had con
structed a huge dam for tho purpose of col
lecting the floating oil. A mlnlaturo lako
of oil has accumulated. This Is near the
enter of the tovtn and on Its border aro
frame dwellings, derricks and tanks.
About 9 o'clock a spark from an oil viell
boiler f eU into Bobb's run, Just a few yards
Above tho lako of oil. Tho oil float
ing on tho water in the run Ignited and in
an instant a broad shcot of flamo rolled up
threateningly. Should tho flro reach tho
lake below tho town was doomed. Thou
sands of hands rushed to tho work of con
structing a dam between tho flamc3 and
the lake and after an hour's hard work,
the tollers heaved a sigh of lollcf when It
was known that all danger was passed.
1 Several hundred barrels of oil nnd a
small tank of oil that had been dipped
from the lako were dostroyed.
False Letter nnd Tclesrnms.
Paris, Oct. 14. A reconciliation between
Mile. Vacarcsco and Prlnco Ferdinand has
taken place, and tho details of It nrc Just
ynado public. It seems that tho breaking
off of tho engagomont was brought about
by falso letters and telegrams sent to each
ot the lovors, and which mado them mutu
ally bellovo that tho other's affection had
grown cold and clammy.
The prlnco was highly Indignant at de
ception that had been practiced upon both
of them, and additionally so, becauso lie
know not whom to suspect. Ho at onco
sent a mossage to Mllo. Yacarosco asking
whether sho would bellovo his word thut
ho had novcr sent any such dispatch as
that sho had received. Tho young lady
roplled sho bellovod him absolutely, to
'which tho prince responded that they
would never again bo separated.
Wanamakcr Loses Ills Case.
, Nkw YortK, Oct. 14. Tho United States
genoral appraisers havo doclded against
John Wanamakor in his caso against tho
Collector of Philadelphia. Tho mcrchan
.also was red fez caps, upon which duty
was assessed at 4 cents a pound and CO
Jper cent advalorcm. Tho importor claimed
that tho goods wcro autlablo as hats of
wool, or nt 44 conts a pound nnd B0 por
(cent ndvalorom as knit fabrics. Mr. Wan
tamaker must pay tho difference.
American Smokeless Powder.
Washisoton, Oct. 14. The establish
JBent of a laboratory for conducting experi
ments with smokeless powder and high
explosives Is a project Genoral Flagler has
jhad In view slnco ho becamo chlot of ord
nance. The laboratory will shortly bo
Started In a small way at the i'raniaort.
German Officials Sentenced.
Bsblix, Oct. 15. Hcrr Mandre, ex-chlof
Of tho civil cabinet of Emperor William
'II, and Aaron Meyer, his associate, wero
sentenced to nine and four years' imprison
ment respectively for accepting bribes for
piDCuriBg uues ior various inuiviauais.
PARIS PARNELL FUND.
French Lows Biy. it Will Oo to III.
Widow and llrothor.
tomboy, Oct. 14. Tho Dally Telegraph
yesterday morning published a dispatch
from its correspondent at Cork which sayi.
that something ot a panto has been caused
In nationalist circles hero by a report that
undor French laws Mrs. Charlos Stenarl.
Parnell and John Itouatd Parnoll firo thti
holrs of tho Parnell fund of 40,000 pound.'
which was lodged In Paris In tho joinl
names ot Mr. McCarthy nnd Mr. Parnoll
Thcro Is no doubt that Mrs. Parnell uiU
at onco placo her shard In tho hands or
thoso who stood by her lato husband, who
will quickly placo themselves in allnaucla!
position to cnablo them to show a good
tltal of a fight.
Mr. Parncll's parliamentary colleagues
have Issued tho following manifesto i
Ireland has lost hor leader, but hot
causo still remains tho duty to tho llvlnir
and doad to maintain, intact and Unsullied
tho flag of national independence. VoU,
tho pcoplo of Ireland, gavo into tho handj
of Mr. Parnell and his parliamentary tol
leagues tho chargo of your polit
ical Interests and tho honor nnd
safety of tho national causo. You ask us
by constitutional moans to rostoro pros
porltyv peace nnd freedom to our country
and animated by his spirit, guided by his
clear Intelligence nnd firmness of soul wei
carried tho causo to a point nt which thei
tower of victor; could be seen by all men.
But in an unfortunate hour a majority ol
tho Irish representatives at tho bidding ol
an English statesman broke our ranks,
abandoned tho flag of independent opposi
tion and ranged themselves as follow en
and satellites of the British statesman. We
rofuscd to become parties to tho treason,
relying upon tho national conviction and
maintained intact the alleglanco to the in
depeodent national party, In tho conviction
that tho people would Justify and support,
Tho great leader Is dead, but tho cause
lives on. Relying on your devotion to Irish
nationality, wo propose to carry on the
struggles until the principles for which ho
lived and died triumph and tho national
unity Is restored. Tho parliamentary part;
is plcdgod to work for Ireland undor the
flag of tho Independent opposition abso
lutoly froo from tho control of any foreign
power or party. This is our rosolutlon.
Its realization depends on you. It involve:
sacrifices and struggles and wo call on you
to mako them.
True to tho principle that wo aro tho In
struments of tho people, wo havo resolved
to call a convention of roproscntatl vo Irish
men to discuss in tho name of tho nation
tho means whereby to carry out tho policy
and programmo bequeathed In d. lng. To
our ranks wo shall wclcomo all honest
men who bellovo that tho political affairs
of Ireland should bo controlled and direct
ed by tho representatives ot tho Irish pco
plo alone, but with men who nrc Imme
diately responsible for tho disruption ot
tho national party, who, In obcdlonco
to foreign dictation, hounds to death tho
foremost man of our race, we can have no
fellowship. In their guldanco of Ireland
thcro can bo no safety. Between them
and tho men who stood truo to the cause
of national independence Ireland must
On tho threshold of tho tomb tho
leader we mourn defined our duty
in theso imperishable words: "If I
am dead and gono to-morrow, the
men fighting against English influ
ence in Irish public life, must fight on
still. They w III still be lndopondont na
tionalists, thoy can still believe In tho fu
ture of Ireland as a nation nnd still protest
that It was not by tnktng tho orders of an
English minister that Ireland's futuro
could be saved, protected and secured.
Fellow-countrymen, let It bo tho glory
of our race at homo uud abroad to act up
to the spirit of this measure; God savo
JUSTICES IN BAD HEALTH.
At Least Tiro Member, of the Federal
Supreme Court Disabled.
Wasuootov, D. C, Oct. 14. It Is ex
pected that thcro will bo a postponement
of all tho ery Important cases boforo
tho supremo court which wcro ex
pected to como up at tbo beginning
of tho October term, which opened
on Monday. Tho Sayward case, tbo
cases Involving tho validity of tho McKin
ley tariff act, tho lottery cases and others
which nro of sufllciont Importance to re
quire that thoy should bo considered by
tho full court, or at least by substantially
a full court, will go over until lato in No
vember. Tho reason given for this Is that thoro
will bo at least two of tho Justices abscut
and probably three. Justico Gray, who
has been 111 with typhoid fever, will not be
ablo to attend nnd tho chief Justice is ex
pected to remain away on account ot tho
serious Illness of his daughter In Chicago.
Tho latest dispatch received from him
stated that her condition was critical,
but that they had not yet given
up all hopo of hor recovery. Her death,
however, was fcarod momentarily. Jus
tico Bradloy is still HI, but though unablo
to get out of bed yesterday ho wrote a note
stating ho would bo on hand at tho meet
ing ot tho court on Monday.
Notwithstanding hlscxtromo ngo Justico
Bradloy has an extraordinary amount of
pluck and ho will probably bo In his seat
on tho bench whon tho court opens. Tho
chief Justico and Justice Gray will bo ab
sent, however, and tho docket Is being pre
pared with tho idea that tho ordinary rou
tlno cases will bo proceeded witb.dlsrcgard
lng tho spoclal assignments. Thcro havo
been about fifty cases bolow tho nverago
filed for this term thus far, but that is not
attributed to the now law authorizing tho
circuit court of appeals, slnco tho Judges of
that court havo not yot been appointed.
White Propose Settlement.
CniCAOo, Oct. 10. At n meeting of tho
Chicago creditors of tho suspended grain
commission firm of S V. Whlto & Co , tho
rocclvor submitted tho following report:
Actual liabilities to customers, J31),
309; assots rcgnrded as good, 8107,
1C.1; deficit, 203,070. On this la3ls
without deducting tho receiver's
bill, thcro would bo about E7 per cent
paid on tho dollar. Accompanying the
statement was a communication from Mr.
S. V. Whlto saylug that his frlonds in Now
York would mako tho amount fifty cents
on the dollar.
Dcntli of Judge It alley.
Lawkevce, Kas. Oct. 10 Judge Law
ronce D. Bailey died in this city yesterday
at the ngo of 73 joars. Ho arrived here
Tuesday In a rapidly falling condition from
Garden City, whero ho spent tho lattei
years of bis life. His Illness wi. protract
ed and his death w as tho result of a gen
eral breaking down of his physical organ
Balfour Offered tlio Leadership.
" Loxdov, Oct. 10. Tho St. Stephens Re
vlow claims that It has authority to stati
that tho M'itquis of Salisbury has offers
tho leadership of tho Conservative partj
1 In tho house of commons to Mr. Balfour.
SIMM'S SAVAGE WORK.
GREAT DAMAGE DONE ALONQ
LONQ ISLAND COAST.
Over Twenty Live. Hello ved to liar
Ucen Lost Heavy Ntorins Ite
ported ACrdss the Atiurilld
VItli Much Damages'.
New York, Oct 15. Tho fearful storm
which has raged In this vicinity slnco Sun
day has wrought Immenso damage along
tho Long Island coast.
AtRockaway waves nearly thirty foot
high aro lashing tho beach, plowing far
Into tbo sand and washing buildings and
boats out to sea. Many plcasuro crafts
have been missing slnco Sunday and It is
feared they havo bcon lost with all on
Gcorgo Whlto, Alfred Kane, Mark Mur
lhy, and Aldon Little of Now York hired
twd boats Sunday fdr n day's fishing.
Thdy havo not slnco bcon seen but ono of
tho boats havo been picked up and thero Is
hardly a doubt but that all four men havo
At Holland's station on Rockaway beach
seven boats wcto lot out on Sunday. Thoy
carried sixteen men. Nono of them havo
slnco been hoard from, and It Is thought
tho storm carried them out to sea. As tho
water outside tho inlet raged mountain
high, so that a small boat could scarcely
live in It a minute, the sixteen men woro
A two-masted schooner sailed by Juns
Mooro and hnvlng a crow of threo men,
put out from Carnacie Sunday afternoon.
Sho was caught In tho storm and tho threo
sailors wcro swept oft tho deck. Tho cap
tain was finally rescued. Ho Is believed
to bo Insano from his a.vful experience.
Over twenty lives aro believed to havo
OltCAT IIKITAIN hTOIHI SWEPT.
A Furious Gale Doe. Much Damage to
Property and lindane". Lives.
Lovbojc, Oct. 15 Tho furious galo
which has been raging all over England,
Ireland and tho south ot Scotland caused
a vast amount ot damago about
tho seaside towns and wrecked a
largo number ot vessels. In cities
nnd largo towns chimnoys and tiles
havo been carried from tho roofs of
dwellings, and out houses of wood havo
crashed down as If built of pasteboard.
Pcdcstrlanism was, during tho height of
tho storm, utterly imposslblo, nnd tho
trufllc by rail, road or water was almost
brought to a close standstill.
From all sections como reports of dam
ago dono and lives endangered. Tho
country roads are blocked by fallen trees,
tw Istcd telegraph w Iros and broken tele
It Is Imposslblo as yet to glvo even an
approximate Idea ot tbo damago dono on
land and sea or of the lives lost. Instances
of tho furious work ot tbo galo aro con
stantly being recorded.
Kansas Citt, Kas., Oct 12. HorbcrtO.
Wldcner, a collector for tho Wynndot'o
Coal and Lime company, was found dead
In tho road near tho National Waterworks
pumping station at Quludaro, about 11
o'clock jestcrday morning, with a horriblo
gunshot wound In his left breast, penetrat
ing his heart Young Wldcner had gone out
In tbo bottom country north of Kansas
City, Kas., to mako collections and, as ho
bad to pass through tho brush and wooded
land, ho took his shotgun, a double bar
relled pattern, with him to shoot anything
that might fly across his path. When
found tho gun lay by his side, One ham
mer was cocked over a loaded shell and
tho othor snapped on tho exploded barrel.
Ono of his hands was badly powdor
burned. Tho theory of tho polico who
went after tho body is that he was driving
with tho gun cocked laying In tho buggy
and that It accidentally went off.
Defends San Dlcso Harbor.
WASiiihOTov, Oct 15. General A. McD.
McCook, commanding tho department of
Arizona, In his annual report of tbo war
department speaks of tho growth of
southorn California and tho commercial
lmportanco of tho port of San
Diego, which will become Immeas
urably greater when the Nicaragua canal
shall bo finished. Ho says that tho do
fcnscloss condition of the magnificent har
bor at San Diego Is a disgraco to the coun
try. Ho recommends that a military post
bo established at the front of tho harbor.
Ho also recommends four batteries for tho
defense of tho harbor.
General McCook suggests, In the Inter
ests of humanity, tho abandonment of the
San Carlos reservation nnd the removal of
tho Indians thereon to tho cast.
ISnrtliquake In California.
Napa, Cal., Oct 12. Tho heaviest carth
quako shock ever folt hero was experi
enced nt 10:31 o'clock last night Pcoplo
rushed Into tho streets In night clothes.
Chimneys toppled over. Several buildings
wero shattered. Drug storo fixtures suf
fered greatly, bottles being thrown from
tho shelves to tho floor. Tho Masonic
lomni. a Rnn hv.Uiilne. was shattered.
At tho Stato Insano asylum groat excite
ment provailcd, tho patients Dciug nimosi
uncontrollable It is reported that tho
building cracked and that other damage
Land Worth 8100 An Acre.
Kansas Citt, Oct 15. -C. Wood Davis
of Goddard, Kan , was in tho city yester.
day. Mr. Davis knows moro about the
crops of tho world than any other man In
America. Ho has spent tho recent years
of his llfo In studying tho agricultural sit
uation, and his investigations have led htm
to tho conclusion that good land any whero
In this country will bo worth SlOOauacre
within tho next flvo years. Mr. Davis Is
a firm bcllover that wheat will sell at $3 a
bushel this crop jcar.
Kansn ItnptlMa Meet at Atchison.
Atcihsov, Oct 13. Tho annual conven
tion of tho stato Baptist association began
hero yestorday and w 111 last tho greater
part of tho week. Threo or four hundred
delegates nro expected, Including nbout
200 clergymen. 'Iho proceedings of the
convention will cover overy department ol
Plenty of Salt at Home.
London, Oct.14. Tho membors of the
salt union complain of a considerable do
croaso in tho exports of salt from this
country to tho United States, owing to the
fact that tho latter country Is now largely
supplying Its own wants with tho home
A Fly Wheel Ilnrata.
Manchester N. H., Oct. 10. About 9-3C
yesterday morning tbo fly wheel of No. 7
mill Amoskcag corporation company burst,
tearing through tho floors of tho hrst and
second stotles. Two persons aro believed
to have beon killed and a dozen badly
rAIN by cont'r'act:
Rainmaker Frank Melbourne Agrees to
Moisten Kansas Lands.
Goodland, Kan., Oct 14. Frank Mel
bourne has signed a contract, agreeing to
produce crop rains next season in forty
Western Kansas counties for $20,000.
From the Kansas agricultural reports thi
HUmber. of acres of.larld ill the forty colim
tie! under cultivation in iS&J wcro Bggre:
Sated and tho Australian agreed to water
tho 3,000,000 acres at 10 cents per aero.
It Is n ono-sldcd affair at present, bind
ing Molbourno alone. It Is thought here
that u scparato contract will havo to be
signed with each of tho forty counties
through tbo board of county commis
sioners. Under tho Irrigation act enacted
last winter tbo commissioners nro author
lzed to oto bonds for Irrigating purposes
and this is ono possible solution. Another
Is to raise the amount through notes given
by tho farmers themselves.
It IS expected that the Irrigation com
panies In Coloradd and Kansas will fight
tho proposition. MclbodiuB has every
confidenco in bis ability to glvo the people
Just w hat they have long waited and prayed
Molbourno knows nothing of American
ways and customs. He is nt all times pro
occupied, and if tho men with whom ho
has businoss dealings succeed in getting
him to glvo a few minutes to them they
are fortunate. He takes everything as a
matter of course. Everybody, ho thinks,
Is honest and willing to assist him In dem
onstrating tho success of his discovery.
He is surprised to find opposition front any
source and Imagines that tho very moment
that ho demonstrates his ability to make
lain to tho pcoplo of ono community the
wholo country ought to accept
Although dubbed an Australian the rain
maker is an Orange Irishman. Ho has
twclvo brothers, all of whom expoct to
roll In untold wealth, as a result of their
brother's discovery. His father still re
sides In Ireland, but his sons nro scattered
all over tho world. Frank carpo to this
country about ten years ago, but shortly
left for Australia. He has devoted all his
time to Inventions of different kinds and
when sixteen years of age invented a
churn, which be patented. Ho now has, so
his brothers" say, threo or four Important
Inventions, which ho will make public
nftcr the success of his ralnmaklng dis
covery has been demonstrated. Ills
brother, Will Melbourno, who travels with
him, Is of no assistance to him whntevcr.
Ho Is both egotistical and Ignorant and
well calculated to mako himself obnoxious
to any community. His ono redeeming
trait Is his faith In his brother.
Melbourno continues his experiments
here and this morning tho people gavo him
credit for another drizzling rain. The
weather Is too cold for him to preclpltato
rain under his old methods, and ho Is
changing tbem to conform to tho now con
ditions ho finds In this latitude.
HEAVY LOSSES CERTAIN.
Wheat In the Northwest Ilulued by Bad
Wratlies Help Also Scarce.
St. Paul, Minn., Oct 14. Tho weather
of the past tow weeks has undono much
of tho good that was dono by tho fine
weather oarly in the season In North Da
kota, and tho farmers of tho northwest
will suffer losses aggregating In tho mil
lions. Tho damago can as yet only bo es
timated, but that tho loss will bo very
great there seems no doubt
Tho railroads had made special arrange
ments to handle a great crop and tho farm
ers considered their own plans amply suf
ficient But so great was tho wheat crop
that at first It was almost impossible to
hlro enough harvest hands to secure the
crop, and a very largo part of it had
to be left standing in the shock.
Then It was found that tho supply
of threshing machines was Insufficient and
that caused a delay which left fully half
the crop still In the fields unthreshed when
the rains came. Rain has been general
and abundant and it is this which has
caused tho greatest loss. There Is stlU a
great shortago of threshing outfits, but
tho weather has prevented the work more
than half the time.
At Jamestown, In tho North Dakota Red
river valley, rain and snow fell Monday
night It was snowing yosterday, and last
week there was but ono full day's wheat
threshing. Reports aro received of grain
sprouting In sovcral stacks.
At Devil's lake, In tho northern part ot
tho stato, a heavy rain fell yesterday,
which will stop threshing several days.
No grain has been stacked, owing to the
scarcity of laborers.
North Dakota reports snow, threshing
stopped entlroly and fears that unless tho
weather clears soon much of tho grain will
bo unfit to thresh. In tho northern part
of the stato thcro will, howe or, bo mora
loss from lack of laborers than from bad
Northwestern Minnesota gives about
tho samo repot t as do tho Dakotas.
It commenced raining again about Crooks
ton Monday and continued all day. There
havo been only a few days of dry woathcr
In four weeks and farmers are getting dis
couraged. In Travorso county nnd cen
tral western Minnesota the lurgcr portion
of the wheat has not yet been threshed
and men and machines wcro greatly need
ed. No Foe of Fnrneil's "Wanted.
CniCAOo, 111., Oct 14.--At a meeting of
tho confederated Irish societies of Chicago
at tho Grand Parlfio hotel the following
resolution was adopted:
Resolved, That this meeting, while dis
claiming any dcslro to suggest, much less
to dlctnto to Irishmen, respecting tho lead
ership of tho Irish party, deems It essen
tial to any plan of union that no person
prominent In tho persecution of tho lato
Mr. Parnell can bo at all recognized as In
tho running or In any senso acccptablo to
the Irish or tho Irish-American people.
The Dalton In a Corner.
Gutiiiue. O. T Oct 14. Marshal Hcok
Thomas and a California detective, accom
panlcd by a party of Indians, have cor
nered the Dalton gang in tho western part
of tho Creek reservation. Thoy havo cap
tured their supplies. Tho Daltons havo
sent a noto to Marshal Thomas warning
him to let thorn alone, on peril of his life.
They say their position is imprcgnablo and
that thoy will kill every man attempting
to capturo them.
Contestlne Kentucky's Constitution.
Louisville, Ky., Oct 14, Tho validity
of tho new constitution of Kentucky is to
be contested on tho ground that tho con
stitutional convention mado numerous
changes after tho Instrument was ratified
by tho peoplo. Suit was filed at Frank
fort to enjoin tho public printer and the
secretary of stato from issuing copies of
the now organlo law.
Mexico and the AVorld'a Fair.
CniCAOo, III., Oct 10. Within two
weeks Director General Davis will start
with a special commission for Mexico to
help President Diaz get " ".Doroprlatlon
of J75.0J0 for the fait.
MARRIED TEN HOtrJS'f
A Sale-Van Becomes Heir to 230,00O
Throu.fi H jfomantlo Marrlase.
New York, Oct 15.-Lotts P. Rollins, a
hardware salesman of number ll3 Colum
bia Heights at Brooklyn, has Just fallen
heir to $250,003 through a romantic mar
rlage. His bride was taken from blm by
death ten hours after the marriage cere
fadhy.bttd been performed. Two years
ago Mr. R811IHS went to Charleston, Me.,
to spend his vacation. Wblld etlt fo Wing la
a lake one day ho rescued a tieaUtl'
ful young girl, tho daughter of a wealthy
Boston lumber dealer, Wm. Narcross.
Kate E. Narcross was 19, and the belle of
tho summer resort Sho lived with her
widower father at tho old Malno town dur
ing the summer months and at Somer
vlllo, Mass , during the winter. It was a
case of lovo at first signt Dctwecn mo i
salesman nnd Kato Narsross. When Mr.
Rollins left Charleston lie secured a prom
iso from his sweetheart that sho Woolld bo
his bride. Mr. Rollins went to Somervllld
at every opportunity, and tho marriage
w'as put off from time to tlmo till Mr. Rol
lins could secllrO 8 permanent situation In
New York which would not require him to
Two weeks ago Kate's father died, IeaV
lng the bulk of his fortune to bis only
child, who had nursed him tenderly
through a long fit of sickness. Tho strain
of attending to her father night and day
was too great for tho dutiful daughter.
She was taken HI tho day of her father's
funeral and never left her room. Pneu
monia set In and the physicians told Miss
Narcross that sho must dlo. "Send for
Louis, wo must Wed boforo I die," was
Miss Narcross' request Mr. Rollins was
on a long business trip through the West
for a Chambers street hard u are firm. Ho
hastened to the bedside of bis Intended
wlfo and arrived on the eve of the day be
fore she died. That was last Friday. At
Miss Narcross' request the Rev. A. It
WInsblp was called In at midnight The
physicians did not believe that Miss Nar
cross could livo till morning. "This Is a
very different marriage to what
I bad hoped for," was the dying
woman's greeting to tho cler
gyman. Between midnight and 1 o'clock
of Saturday morning the ceremony was
performed. Immediately after the ser
vices Miss Narcross bad a notary sum
moned and she mado her will, tho witnesses
being her husband, the clergyman and
friends In tho house. The newly made
wife signed the document that gave nearly
all her property to her husband in a clear,
broad hand. Sho seemed to havo gained
now strength by the marriage and tho phy
sicians thought they saw signs of a change
for tho better in Mrs. Rollins' condition.
But It was too late, for a relapse followed
and the bride sank Into a peaceful sleep
from which sho never awoke.
"Good-by, Louis, my darling husband,"
wero her last words. Tho heart-broken
husband followed his wife's remains to
the grave and then returned to Chicago to
settle up his business trip. Ho will re
turn to Somervllle at onco and settle up
his wife's estate. The Charleston (Me.)
Academy was olso remembered by Miss
Narcross. She had been a pupil of the
ONE OF THE TEN.
Jonos, a St. Louis Jail Dreaker,
Under Arrest Here.
Kansas Citr, Mo, Oct 14. W. IL
Jones, alias A. J. Stetson, alias Frank
Comstock, alias A. J. Simpson, ono of tho
ten prisoners who broko Jail at St Louis
on tho afternoon of October 2, a noted
bank sneak thlof. Is in Jail in this city,
awaiting officers from that city to take
him back. Ho was arrested at O'Sulll
van's saloon, Tenth and Main street, by
Officer S. G. Smith, charged with an at
tempt to rob tho cigar stand. On his way
to tho police station ho began to feign
drunkennoss and that chargo was put
against him. He gavo the name of Sher
man. In the recorder's court Jones was fined
$10 for being drunk. He said there wero
extenuating circumstances and on explain
ing tho recorder remitted half the fine
Jones bad started to leave tho court room
when J. A. Claggats, proprietor of the
cigar stand, carao In to enter complaint
against him for stealing cigars.
He was brought back and taken Into
Chief Spcers' offlco and although Jones
bad had a heavy beard removed slnco thoy
last met the chief at once recognized him
as ono ot the St Louis Jail breakers.
When confronted with his picture Sher
man acknowledged that ho was tho man
wanted and begged pitcously to be let go.
Ho was sent to cell No. 1 and tho chief ot
police nt St Louis was notified.
Ad Immense Throne Witness tha llnrlal
of the Great Irish Leader.
DcnLtN, Oct 12. Tho last honors havo
been paid to Charles Stewart Parnell, the
renowned Irish leader, and the last rites
havo been performed and not a disturb'
anco marred tho day.
Thousands on thousands paid their re
spects to tho dead at tho city hall and vast j
hosts met around tbo grave In the ccmo
very throng was so hugo and tho dcslro to
sco tho remains so great that there was
somo Ilttlo troublo, but thcro was nothing
approaching serious disorder at any time.
Conspicuous on tho coffin wero three
wreaths from Mrs. Parnell, a cross, an
chor and a circle, with tho inscriptions:
"My Own Truo Love; Best and Truest
Friend; My Husband, From His Heart
Broken Wife." Insldo this inscription
was tho following: "My Doar Love; My
Husband, From His Heart Broken Wife,"
and still within this was the following:
"My Dear Lovo; My Husband, My King;
From His Heart Broken Wifo." Thcro
was also two little wreaths from Mrs. Par
noil's daughters, with the words: "From
Little Clare and Llttlo Kitty, to Our Dear
Omaha Lyncher. Indicted.
Omaha, Neb , Oct 10. A warrant has
been issued by tho county attorney for tho
arrest of E F. Morearlty, a member of tho
city council, for murder, ho having been
an active leader in the Smith lynching.
Sixteen men havo thus far been arrested
and charged with murder In tho lynching
Speaker Heed to Speak In Ohio.
Cincinnati, Oct. 15. Ex-Speaker Reed
will como Into the state for a week's cam
paigning Oct 19, making his opening ad
dress at Il'onlon and his closing ono at
Clovoland. Secrotary Foster will go on
the stump for tho stato ticket the same
All Quiet In Chile. ,
Washington, Oct 15. Several fdls'
patches have been received at the navy
department within tho past few days from
Admiral Brown at Valparaiso, Chile, All
indicate mat matters nro gradually quiet -
lng down, and that the Junta Is strength.
1 enlng its hold upon its followers.
A scourgo of black diphtheria is raging;
at Falrview, IlL
Several miracles are said to have been
worked by4tho holycoat of Treves.
The resignation of cx-Scnator Blair as
minister to China has been accepted.
A school for negroes Is to bo established
at Macon, Mo., by tho colored Baptists.
Deputy Sheriff Boltonllt a match In Hor
ton's cotton-gin near Memphis. The loss
An electric miners' lamp has been in
vented by Dr. E. Christiansen of Leaven,
It is conclusively proved that the stories
of recent troublo In Guatemala were alto
John McFarland, a stono mason of Chll
llcothc, Mo , shot his wife, but not fatally,
and killed himself.
The government Is about to begin tho
work of preparing a hydrographio survey
ot tho Great Lakes.
Ben Pretz, a prlvato watchman at St
Louis, coughed up a strango roptllo
eighteen Inches long;
An Italian, supposed to be Paullus Cas
tro, fleeing from tho Mafia, was Wiled by a
train near Atlanta, Ga.
Four carloads of cotton and tbo brldgo
over Spring Creek, Texas, wero burned.
Loss estimated at $20,000.
A perfectly organized band of thieves
and counterfeiters has been broken up In
Pulaski county, Kentucky.
A live trolley wire at St Joseph struck
a stovepipe from a railway car and a panic
ensued, but no one was hurt
In a revolutionary riot In Montevideo
six men wcro killed and seven wounded.
Fifty-two havo been arrested.
Western Kansas is considering a propo
sition of Rainmaker Melbourne to water
2,000,003 acres at 10 cents an acre.
Gcorgo S. Duncan was fatally burned
and Sheldon A. Burlingham killed by an
explosion of an oil stove in Detroit
Clydo Matter, convicted of murder in
tho federal court at Wichita, Kan., will ba
hanged at Leavenworth January 14.
It Is said that 25,000,000, persons are un
able to pay taxes In Russia, which will
causo a budget deficit of 12,000,000.
Over $12,030 have been raised by tho cit
izens of Helena, Ark., for the purpose of
building a college for boys and girls.
Thomas McCarthy of Parnell City, Mo
has been arrested, charged with counter
feiting. Three confederates escaped.
I Henry Sandford of Connecticut was
elected president of tho Adams Express
company to succeed John Hocy, ousted.
The burning of dried vegetation on tho
surface of Lake Yooman, Indiana, mado
the body of water a veritable sea of fire.
The conspiracy to overthrow tho gov
ernment of Uruguay In Montevideo has
failed and many of tho plotters aro In Jail.
Pat Klllen and Bob Ferguson, two
heavyweights, fought six rounds near
Chicago. Klllen was declared tho winner.
District Judgo Goodrich of Waco, Tex.,
has decided that the alien land law passed
by the last legislature Is unconstitutional.
In Central America war Is feared be
tween Salvador and Guatemala on the ono
hand and Nicaragua and Honduras on tho
Ray Burko killed his cousin, Mrs. Frank
Burke, and himself near Lima, O. He had
spent $160 Mrs. Burko gavo him to put la
Miss Allco Welch, aged 5L was run down
by an electric motor In Columbus, O., and
horribly mangled. Death was Instan
taneous. As the result of a row between tho
classes of Hanover collego at Madison,
Ind., an attempt was made to lynch Jesse
A young and pretty blonde girl has beea
arrested at Helena, Mont, as the assistant
of a desperate footpad. The man was also
Tho condition of Private Secretary Hal
ford does not show tho improvement hoped
for by his friends and it Is causing them
Fire, catching from a torch used In
searching for an escaped convict damaged
the brick plant at the Chester (111.) prison
The publlo bath houses in Boston wero
patronized by 1,014,783 persons tho past
season. Thcro wero 838.060 males and
A spark from a locomotive caused tho
explosion of giant powder In a boarding
car at Easley City, Ala. Flvo negroes
wcro badly Injured.
Tho custom receipts at tho port of New
York for tho first ten days of October wero
$2,OS4,550. For tho same days last year
thoy were $7,572,912.
At Virginia, III. In a quarrel over a caso
thrown out of court, Mayor U. Hutchlngs
and Polico Judgo A. Bryan pommelled
each other sovcrcly.
Tho Union Paciflo railway company
forcibly evicted a numbor ot squatters on
Its right-of-way In Kansas City, Kan., and
tore down their houses.
Judgo Wm. McKevall of Springfield,
Mo., has brought suit for $20,000 damages
against a local street railway company for
Injuries sustained by his wlfo.
Wm. Davis, a millionaire Iron merchant
of Brooklyn, was drowned In tho East
river by falling from tho deck of a steam
launch when tho vessel lurched.
Mr. and Mrs. Clovcland havo decided to
name the baby Ruth. This was the name
of Mrs. Cleveland's grandmothor and has
always been especially liked by her.
At Pleasant View, Ind., Mrs. John Mar
tin, while sitting in front of the fire, al
lowed her dress to becomo Ignited and sho
was burned to death before assistance ar
rived. A California ranchman, named WUsoa
who found himself surrounded by flames,
was saved by tho pluck of a mustag pony,
which carried him through the flames to
In a shorthand contest at Portland, Ore.,
one of tho participants wrote 311 words la
fifty-nine seconds from dictation on a type
writer. Ho wrote 104 words per mlnuto
At Bonaparte, Iowa, a mechanic named
Corwan had been employed to place bolts
and locks upon tho doors ot a residence;
several nights later he was captured bur
glarizing tbo house.
Tho burial of tho five unfortunate vlo
tlms of tbo Richardson colliery accident
took Dlaco yesterday. When the last rites
bad been performed at the grave the vast
multitudo knelt down and offered up pray
ers In behalf of tho victims of the disaster.
Assistant Treasurer Trumbour, who Is
In Jail at Kingston, N. Y., for swindling a
bank, has confessed, Implicating others.
He says tho bank had been robbed for
Pretty Mrs. Yancy, a New York widow,
monds In various trips from Europo with
the aid of a net pelican, has disappeared
1 ou,wu w orm ana a vuicagu nu
l.New Yor.k flrm whose BKcat she """i "
with $30,000 w orth and a Chicago and m
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