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Amf.iiicak rnowcM. horse-fork, nml
hay-rnkes nro very extensively used In
Saxony, being preferred to Iho liorao
mike becauso of their lightness.
Ax Alton black tiger was killed re
cently In Gttonvillo County, Vn'., after
It had killed suvctnl hogs.. Tho animal
hadesenped from a circus mcnagcr'.c.
The ngcnU of tho lako marine In
surance companies formed n hull pool
nt ''Buffalo, N. Y., rccontly, the;.. result
, : of. which .will ho higher rates thar ever
8m IlENitr PbNJONnr, Queen Victo-
rla'ir pTivnto secretary, has written a
" letter authoritatively denying that mem
ber of tho royal family aro belie, .rs
In Spiritualism. '
v Caitain RiciUiin Kino known
throughout Texas as tho "Cattlo ftfng
of thu Nueces," died at San Antonio,
Tex., recently of cancer of tho stomach
after a lingering Illness.
Tiif. United States Commission to
South America reached Lima on tho
16th. Thoy will remain in Lima aud
other points In I'cru for two weeks bc
loro proceeding to Chill.
Tuts mining venture of Kx-Govornor
Spraguo, of Ithodo Island, In Mexico,
aro said to bo turning out very profit
ably. His divorced Ifo Is living In re
tirement and educating her children.
.English authorities aro dlscpsjlng
the plan of having all executions of
criminals tako placo in Newgate, tho
great London prison, Instead of tho
provincial shlro town In which tho
crlrao was committed, whero, it is
claimed, scenes llko that attending tho
attempted hanging of tho liabbycomo
murderer too often occur.
Goverxok Sheldon, of Now Mexico,
oos commuted thq death sentenca of
Maximo Apadaca to Imprisonment for
life, ho having turned State's evidence
at tho recent trial of himself nnd his
confedcrato ltupcrato Lara for tho
murder of (icorgo Ncsbtt and wlfo and
child near Las Crimes In August, 1882.
Ills confedcrato Lara will bo hanged.
Il5ii, tho convicted Marino Dank
wrecker, Is hitter agaluit Wan!, who,
. ho says, led him Into trouble. In an
interview the ' other day ho said: "As
euro as thcro Is n God In Heaven, whero
I go that man shall go that Is my only
consolation nnd my hope. I am an
old man sixty-six year old a tlmo of
lifo when a man needs nnd seeks rest.
I cans very llttlo whero that rest Is to
bo found It may bo within tho walls
of A prison; but I shall bo suro tho
samd fato nwalts Ward, and I would go
through all I havo sufTored nnd moro
If It would clear tho path from all
obstacles to the final overthrow of that
' The collections of inte-nal revenue
during tho first eight months of tho
fiscal yesr which will end Juno.10, 1885,
Is as follows: From spirit, $4-1,330,-327;
from tobacco. $1001.003; from
fermented liquors, $U,SC(i,071; from
miscellaneous sources, $179,293;
totat $72,710,199: being a do
crease of $5,297,820 as compared
with tho collections for tho samo per
iod of tho previous year. Thcro was a
decrcaso of $4,905,811 In spirits, and
- $190,098 in tobacco, -aud an incrcaso of
JM37,G75 in fermented spirits. Tho
"aggregato rccolpU for February, 1885,
wcro $070,491 less than during Febru
The father of Worth, tho Tarlslan
man-milliner, was a lawyer, and his
sons wcro destined to professional la
bor, when unlucky speculations so
shrunk tho family fortuno that tho
children wcro driven to personal effort.
Tho younger brother, tho present celeb
rity, mado a sudden plunge Into tho
emporium of Swan & Edgar, in London.
That soon proved Itself too limited a
sphere, and tho young man decided to
try Pnrls. Kntcrlng tho firm of Gag et
" Clo, ho speedily mastered the business;
lie was mado a partner, nnd only left
tho houso to branch out more rapidly
under hii own auspices In tho Ituo do
la I'alx, whero he has remained over
, An experiment In deepening tho
channel of a river, especially at It
mouth, Is making fair progress In Now
"York Harbor, and promises to bo stio
"cessful. General Jtoy , $tom n distin
guished, military commander during tho
war, invented tho plan JWhlch it. being
tested, nnd, as Is tho caso with other re
. tnnrkablo inventions, it is extremely
simple, and ovorybojly jvondcjjyyhy It
had not been thought .of befoVllm
machlnory consists only of if stcel'hosa
and pumping power by which a furi
ous jet of water is exploded on tho
banks of sand, soil, solid sewage, aud
' other accretions nt tho bottom of tho
channel, and tho current bears tho
. most of 'tho. matterso stirred up out In-
r Tjib Secretary of tho Treasury re
cently rendered an opinion from tho
Attornoy-Gonorol in regard to tho
method, of disbursing tho npproprla"
Ion of three- hundred nnd tlilrty-Ilvo
thousand dollars, madu at tho Inst ses
sion of Congrcw:, for "final nld to the
World's Industrial and Cotton Centen
nial Exposition now being .held in the
City of New Orlennr." The Attorney
General holds that under tho provision
df the act making tho appropriation It
can bo -used only In payment of claims
of persons and corporations llvlngund
doing business outside of tho Stato of
Louisiana, and Iti the payment pf pre
miums heretofore awarded or which
ihall hproaf lof,ho Myanled by tho Jx
position, In accordance with tho awards
already published. Under tlibi docjt
'$ Ioh none of i tho cjalitt made by ml
. dent of Lttultlnn.. of, which titer are
THE WORLD AT LARGE.
A Summary of tho Dally Nows.
rrnsoNAi, anii ror.iTioAr.
1'nor. Yhk, In a rtcent balloon excur
Inn at l'lilladolplila, came ilpwn a couple
of boars after, In Gloucester County, N. J.,
with such force as to break several of his
Kuwaiios PiKMutroKTi Hccrotnry of the
American Legation at Home, died on the
Kith. Ho-wn left In charge of American
affairs in Italy by ex-Mlnlstor Astor
.when he returned to this country. '
J. Q. CiixitowiTn, ex-nicmbcr of the Tex1
as Legislature, was recently notified from
Washington of his appointment as Auditor
of tho United Btates Treasury.
Man. A. J. Oloiucdx whs consecrated
ltoman Cnthollo Uishop of Idaho, nt Haiti
more, on tho 10th, with tho usual Imposing
Tim Buaklm Ilerber Railroad- reached
Haudoub on the llitli.
A VxnnA telegram states that Hussla
has formally notllled Turkey that she will
consider Turkish neutrality to Imply the
use of force to block the passage of the
Uosphorous and Dardnnrlles.
Tmc Iter. Thomas Hpenccr, a colored
Uaptlst minister Of Norfolk, Va., was con
Tlctwl In the Hustings Court In Petersburg,
Va., recently, for housebreaking. He
pleaded guilty, and was BCutcncisf to five
Mil. Glaus-tone, In the House of Com
mons on tho ICth, denlod a number of sen
satlounl reports which had boen puhllshed
regarding Afghan affairs. Nothing defi
nite n to the boundary line had been ac
complished, tho matter being only In its
The public debt statement will bo Issued
In two forms at the first of each month up
to the 1st of July next, which Is the begin
ning of the next (Ileal year. The two forms
will Include the ono issued for tho first
tlmo, April 1, and the form which bad been
previously used by the department since
A nECENT telegram from Egypt soys:
One hundred and fifty tents were destroyed
by fire at Mellg rccontly aud fifty persons
burned to death.
A UATtLEronD dispatch of the ICth stated
that rumors existed of the capture of Kort
Pitt and massacro of the Inhabitants. The
Indians were continuing their work of de
stroying the property of settlers.
Tiie Postmaster General has ordered the
clerks In tho oflk-e of tho First Postmaster
General not to publish papers or give In
formation to applicants for portmnster
ships. Much trouble and lll-foelluj had
been caused by rival applicants learning
tbo contents of papers filed at the depcrt
ment by one another.
Fourths hundred employes of the Har
bour Flax Bplnnlug Company at Paterson,
N. J., strack work recently for an advance
of ten per cent.
At the quarterly meeting of tho Illinois
Htnto Hoard of Health held at Cbleogo on
the 10th, Dr. llauch, the Secretary, oke
of Information he received from private,
sources that the Asiatic cholera had ex
isted In Paris up to January llltb, and that
It bad appeared in Valencia, Spain, In
Tiik Exprett ofilee and several other
buildings at Buffalo, N. Y., wero destroyed
by fire tho other evening. The loss
amounted to about i'lO.OOO, and a largo
number of men wcro thrown out of em
ployment. One man wax Instantly klllod and five
fatally injured by an accident recently on
the high line division of tho South Park
Railroad In Colorado. The men were on a
construction train containing sixty other
workmen, when It was struck by an ava
lanche of snow and boulders.
The colored people at Washington, on
the 10th, celebrated Emancipation day In
grand style, by parados and rommemora
tlvo exercises In the Lincoln Memorial
A Ulu.vt.DaK., special says: J. JI. Bell,
who murdered F. G. Small at Ilarrold last
December, has been lynched.
I'nKiDrf,T Cleveland recently ap
proved tho findings In the case of Haxen,
Chief Signal Officer, charged with conduct
prejudicial to military discipline. Tbo
Court finds Hacen guilty, and sentences
him to be reprimanded. The President In
Issuing tho order to reprimand comments
upon tho demoralizing tendency of unau
thorised and captious criticism of superi
ors. Maddux Dno., wholesale grocers and
dealers In tobacco and cigars, Cincinnati,
havo mado an assignment. Assets esti
mated at $180,000; liabilities, $130,000.
Tue New York Assembly has passed tho
blii taaMnj a public park at Niagara.
The fifth annual meetingof the Women's
Silk Culture Association was held IttThlla
dclphla on the ICth.
Oeneuai, KouAitorr recently reported
that the Afghans had reoccupled all the
frontier Hosts and the Ilusslan outposts oc
cupied their former position. The Ameer
was willing to cede IVnJdeh in furtherance
of peace, The place had no vital Import
ance. Two masked highwaymen stopped tbo
stags from Vulture to Phu-nlx, A. T., tho
other night and obtained an express box
Two railway trains collided at the cross
Inff at Plymouth, Mich., the other Jay,
killing a large number of cattlo, and block
ing the road until uoon.
Business failures for the week' ended
April 10, throughout the country were as
follows; United StnUs, 204; Canada, 18;
total 222, as against 212 last week and 231
the week previous.
The rport of Hlrl'cter Lumsdcn regard
ing the affair on the Koosk Hlversays that
Komaroff was aware of the order not to
make any offensive movements, but that
the officer In command of the Russian de
tachment disclaimed any knowledge of Its
having been Issued.
A laiuik tenement house was burnod at
Quebec recently, and thrco children per
ished In the flames. ' ' '
Two persons named Heed and "Jolmson
were arrested recently, by order of the
Government, charged with fraudulently
claiming Jfl,5M and interest, as sufferers
from the depredations of the Confedcrato
Tue President has Issued a proclamation
declaring that the Winnebago Reservation
In Dakota was still Indian land, and that
the settlors who receutly "boomed" there
must clear out.
Two Italians named Capron aud Bautore
wero banged at Thomastown, Me,, recently
for the murder anil robbery ot a fellow
workman on the railroad about eighteen
At a largo meeting of Americans in
Pars a committee of twelve was appointed
to make arrangements for a complimentary
bauijuot to Hr. Morton, the retiring United
Joseph I'uutkr, Editor, of the How
York World, has transpltted to Heaator
W, M. Krarts, Chairman of ths Bartholdl
Btatue Pedestal Committee. &W.O0O. re-
ctlrodbytb H'orM front ),575 ptople for
inanuua wiuim mi past tuonta,
nothing In opening the Oklahoma lands
The matter was entirely In the hands ot
IN the United Btates Court at Cincinnati,
lldn. John F.'McKlnsey, or Piqua, O., was
convicted ot having received excessive fees
for collecting pensions. It was proven that
ho received $120 for obtaining a ponslon of
Indian Aoent McUillicuddv, of the
Pine Rldgo Agency, at his own request, has
been granted permission to go to Washing
ton to reply to the charges made against
him by lied Cloud.
ANUHiixn of colored Methodist minis
ters visited President Cleveland the other
It was fearod that fresh trouble would
arise between tho French and Chinese
Governments, In consequcnter of ox-Frd
mlcr Ferry's having tardily instructed Ad
miral Courbet not to evacuate the Island of
Tnr. Grand Jury at Pierre, D. T., reported
that they were unable to detect the lynch
ers of J. II. Bell, who murdered Lawyer
Small. Bennett was Indicted for commit
ting tho crime, and as the full penalty ot
tho law Is only five years, fears were rm
tertained that he would also be lynched.
Admiuai, CountJET, commanding thi
ircncnooct in Cblucse waurr, reported
that before ho received notico of tho peace
between Franco and China the French
cruiser U'Estalng had captured a Chinese
vessel with all on bonrd, comprising 760
men and three mandarins.
Dispatches received -from Vienna and
Constantinople state that Austria andOcr
'litany have warned tbo Porto that the br
lln treaty will Le annulled if cither English
or Russian war ships ore allowed to pass
thrqugh the Bosphorus In the event ot war
between England and RusSfii. "'
Qsman Diona was reported to have writ
ton to the Emir of Berber advising him not
to -fight because the English were build
ing a railway to Berber and hb own army
' The steamer "Alert," which wh leaned
to the Government by Great Britain for
scrvlco In the Groely relief expedition, has
tcen ordered to sail for Hallfa,x,-.wJi're
Commodore Collin will turn her over to the
British admiral commanding the North
The Iter. Dr. David Stern, the Jewish
Rabbi ot Wllkesbnrre, I'a., took poison re
cently and died. -A number of. papers and
letters found among his effects showed
that he Intended taking his llf-j.-
Apvicsa from Old Calabar, dated March
13, state that a Uermnn man-of-war had
tolled at Baytnh and arrested threo
native citrus in tho English employ, who
were taken on board the ship, tied to tho
guns and flogged. The reason for this
action was not known, but it was supirased
that tho clerks bad offended tho Oerman
The latest phase of the Afghan trouble,
as rciorted on the 20th, wae that satisfac
tory arrangements had been made by
which Afghanistan would surrender I'enj
dchand Russia would surrender Zulficar
FnANK and Tubal Taylor were hnged
by a mob in Tanoy County, Mo., for the
attempted murder of Postmaster Dlcker
i,on aud I wife at Egllnton, In the samo
county. Frank Taylor thrust a revolver
Into Dlckerson's mouth aud fired. Dicker
son was also shot In the shoulder and his
wife on the seal)). Elijah Sublette, con
cerned In the outrage, was also taken from
tho Jail at Forsyth, but bis body was not
found hanging with the Taylors, and sur
mises only existed as to his fate.
A wave eight feet high came rushing
down the Rio Grande recently with ter
rific force and carried away part of the
Mexican Natloual Railroad bridge at
Laredo, Tex. Tho rise resulted from a
great water spout, which fell some miles
above the city.
It was recently reported that natives of
the Hermit Islands In the Pacific Ocean
had eaten the crews of two German mer
chant vessels. The gunboat Hljdona bos
been sent to punish the cannibals,
The other morning n lire occurred in a
frame building near Reading Pa., In
which four persons Harry WenUel, aged
eleven; Charles Wentsel, aged thirteen,
sons of the proprietor, and Charles and
Fred Uetilnger, brothers, aged sixteen and
twenty-six, were burned to death, Tho
Are had been accidentally kindled by a
half-witted vagrant who was trying to
Ten Ice houses were struck by lightning
recently In IndIauaols nnd burned, Largo
quantities of Ice wcrn destroyed.
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ATtnlTIONAl. I)IS1'ATC1IK' ;
TnE United States Supreme Court re
cently rendered a decision In the group of
cases known as tho Vlrglula coujnn tax
cases, involving tho validity of tho recent
legislation of that Btato with ' risferonco to
the-payment ot State taxes In coupons of
Stato bonds. Tho decision was against the
State aud lu favor of the bondholders on
all material -tolnts.
Qenehai. Grant was reported so much
Improved on the 20th that he wos able to
go out driving.
Immense tracts of country were recently
burned over noar Salem, N. J. .
The Government was reported endeavor
ing to mako a fresh commercial treaty
Laiiqe forest fires were burning In Suf
folk County, Long Island, Between New
port and Yapbark three Area broke out
simultaneously. Large quantities of stand
ing timber were destroyed.
The bodies of tbo murderers, Capono and
Banloro, who wero executed at Thomaston,
Me., recently, were delivered to the Marine
Medical School. . .
The Governor 'of Louisiana has Issued
a proclamation ot quarantine against the
leading iprt of Mexico, Central and South
America, and the ."West Indian Isjands, to
take effect May 10.
DlsrATCHEA from Blr Peter Lumsderi,
giving an account ot tho affair at Penjdeh,
conflict materially with the report ot Gen
eral Komaroff, Tho belief In England was
Uiat the attack, was purposoly made and.
was unprovoked. ' '
'A DECISION was rendered by thoSuprcme
Court at Washington in the polygamy case
of Rudger CUwson against the United
States, brought by writ of ,error from the
Supreme Court of Utah, The deelilon af
firmed the Judgment of the Utah court
M, R. Wells, postal clerk on thellno be
tween New Orleans and Tort Eads, disap
peared the other evening, taking with him
the contents of a registered letter pouch,
amounting, it Is sup-iosod, to several thou
sand uouars, wells was ilxteen years nt
Tub Lxchango Hotel and Lutheran
Church at Lyons, N, Y., burned tho other
mornlug, and Alvld Porter perished In the
Hx.son I'eiulio, tho Costa Rlcan minis
ter tc- Washington, has been accredited as
the. I'epreseutativa of the Republic ut Sal
vador also. o
1'me Cemetery Cremation Company ot
Baltimore lias been organised. "
Mu. IIUIICIUKI). Director of ilia Mint. In
his report on tho iirodticttoa of sold and
sllvar, iu tho Uilttd Btate for 1864, make
an Miimsteas lojwwsr nam. XBJMO.tOa!
000. total tOTlSr
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'- - THE- AFCHAN CRISIS.
Tartou. Tacts and Note. Tlie I'rob'.bllltlM
Losnox, April 17. The St. Petersburg
A'oroe Vremyn, referring to the suggestion
of a German paper that England might
treat Ruulan privateers as pirates, think It
unlikely, but If she did ltuula could easily
retaliate upon English resident ot St.
Petersburg, with their properly servlnr as a
pledge snd guarantco that no Injury will bs
Inflicted on Russian .Crews except In honor
able .warfare, , A Ysrna tc egram states
that Russia hS fotnislly nollflfd Turkey
that she will consider Turkish neutrality ta
Imply the use of force to block the
passage of the Bosphorus and Dar-lUnell-s.
Gcneral'Scderhnlm, chief engineer
ot the troops -of Finland, has bsen sum
moned to 8L Petersburg. Plans after being
prepared nt Portsmqutli for a new type of
msn-of-war with one turret snd carrying a
130 ton run, slso-slx breech' andslxrnachlne
guns and also six npcraturrs for torpedoes.
It -the plans are approved the Government
Will Inylte, .tenders directly. Tha Times
Gulrsn correspondent denies the existence
of a strcng pro-Ktfsslan party at Herat In
Northwestern Afghanistan there may bs
soma people who would welcome home
change, but Russia's gemilnof friends are
few. - ... i . .
a neABON ron tkace.
Moscow, April 17. Tho Iltutltm Cour
ier says that Russia cannot go to war at
present, The political atmosphere of
Europe Is not favorable for a campaign J
against r.ngianu. never SllOUlel our
economical question be Ignored. Oiir heavy
natloual debt, stagnation In commerce- and
lhe,)uiiDerriusJtrada and jlnancjal failures
show the time Is Inopportune to begin war
against any one. We hope the -I'eoJdeu
Incident will have no serious result,
' TUB CXAH rOH TKACE.
I.oxnoy, April 10. De Staal, the Russian
Ambassador, to-day received a dispatch
from the Czar In which his Imperial high
ness Instructs the Baron to assure Glad
stone and ' the members of the En
glish Cabinet that ho earnestly hope a
prompt and simple arrangement will -bo
entered Into by which the present threaten
ing aspect of AfTiIrs will be overcome,
and au amicable adjustment reachxl
on all questions In dispute.- Immdl
ately on receipt of ths dlspftch
the Rqtslsn minister hastened to fstadstiine's
ofllceand Informed him ot lUcontrpu. Mr.
Gladstone thereupon requested De Staal to
wirs the hearty acceptance by blm
and colleaguos .of the Czar's mes
age and' to assure his Imperial
Ulghncss. that England on her part would
put forwanl every effott consistent with her
dignity and fights to effect a peaceful settle
ment of the differences between the two
A COLORADO AVALANCHE.
An Avalanche on the SSonth Tark Read
ICIIU.antl Injures Several Mn.
Drarni, Cot., April I7.-One of ths
most shocking accidents' In the history ot
mountain ratlrosdlng occurred on the high
line division ot tho Soutli Park Railroad
yesterday morning at halt-past seven. One
man was Instantly killed and tlvn others
fatally Injured Tho following Is the. list:
Charles Claus, laborer, killed; James Mc
Mahon, fireman, serious external and Inter
nal Injuries; John Halllgan, laborer, legs
broken and crushed; C. S. Roads, laborer,
external Injuries: C. S. Raker, laborer,
breast and sides crushed ; M. Reld, laborer,
severe scalp wounds. At tho hour men
tioned the men were upon a work train and
had started from Wheelers, on the South
Park to the placo of work near Kokomo.
where they had been engaged since April
7, ' tunneling through the mow blockade.
The train cnntalnod sixty workmen, and
was proceeding cautiously along a rail that
bad not been used since tho blockade com
menced. Uon either side were heavy em
bankments ot snow. As the train sped
along It struck a sn6w bank, and
In an Instant the snow Inter
inlngled with boulders and gravel carat
dtiwa like an avalanche, knocking the flte
nun out ot the cab, and sweeping the labor
ers from the flat cars, depositing thcra
beneath the debris. The en
gineer escaping tho path of the slide,
held on to the throttle and brought the
train to a stand still a llttlo beyond. Tin
track presented a sickening picture, cov
ered with mangled legs and arms, and ths
snow covered with blood presented tue ap
pearance of a slaughter pen. Men who
escaped began at once to exhume their com
panions, n ho wcro scattered and buried In
all direction. Claus was found, to have
been ground Into an unrecognizable pulp.
A. Urge number of the workmen received
Injuria, but the names mentioned are the
niost serious. The train hastened to llreck
enrldge. as the enow cut off the return tc
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A NARROW ESCAPE.
Twenty Men Caught In an Illinois Coal
Mln.FIre Thlr Final Kicap.
Llxcourr Im-, April 10. The Uncoln
Coal Compariy's shaft sudlandlng cauj-hl
lira at 1S50 a. m., snd IS a mass of flamea.
Prom ten to twenty miners are at the bot
tom, The Joss I over 9i0,000j rio Insur
The latest dispatch from there says: The
fire! ws capsed- by tho explosion ot a torch
lu the ol room. Cages wero kept running
until a few minutes befoie the wire ot the
cable snapped in two. The, . men at the
bottom vwe Thro. Reed, John Walshj Pat
Campbell, Mike Savage. Jack Cane and
Jeiry Comfort It Is thought they wilt be
saved. The es?ape shaft Is thrco quarters of
a mile away snd connect with the one de
stroyed. It Is by this avenue the men will
bo llt'ely to escape, The fire Is now under
control and several streams nt mater are
playing upon the ruins. The loss will be
very large. The wives and children
ot the Imprisoned miners are In dreadful
suspense. No wont has been received that
the men have reached the escape, but the
thsuccs are In their favor,
TUB HEX -se-AfK.
LiNcor.x, III., April 17i The men Im
prisoned lu the burning mine escaped by
running along the galleries to a shaft three
quarters of a mile away.' Nd 'ono was;
Injured and the loss nas not so heavy as at
Collision ul 8.
Halifax, K. &, April 17 Tbe German
steamer Main, Captain Chrislotfcn, from
New York, April II, for Southampton snd
Bremen, arrived hsro to-day, Captain
ChrlslQjTens reports: At 1:30 on Monday
morning last he came In collision with ths
Russian baife, Kalaja, from Baltimore rot
Eoroiw, with anfrgo of mahogany. Tin
steamer struck the Kalaja on the port side,
lust aft at the cabin, cutting right through
her and tho cargo floated out ot her. One
ot tho bark's crew wss drowned, the other
wero taken on board. Tho Main had
Urge hole, broken. In her bull sbov the
Crank. TJnil.r Canvafc.
BmoHAMTON, N. Y., April l7.-.ln c
rordsncewltli the recommendation et the
Trustees of tha State Asylum for th
Chroula Insane, tlx State Hoard of Chari
ties and ths fits to Board of Lunacy have
ctded to provide A accommodations tot
kmporarjtsmtetiK two hundred patient
for the nomine; reason. cTba measure was
adoplid lu view of tho crowded eoudtt m
of ti asylum, and for the burnoaa'of
ayeurtnfc better curative aenU In ths treat-
DISSOLVED IN SMOKE.
The Offlra of the Harbin, (X. T.) Rtprnja,
With Other Valuable llnrlne.. InletrsU
Dr.lrojred Thrnnch the Cnrlessness of a
1'orter Lo SZfJO.OftO.
IlurrALo, N. y., April 1?. About six
o'clock last evening, firo was discovered
In tho composing room ot the J'tprcf
building, on Exchango street, nnd In an
Incredibly short space of tlmo tbe cntlro
room was 'filled with smoke nnd flames,
which - speedily shot through the en
trance connecting what Is known as tho
old Krprttt building nd the new, and
which leads -Into tho editorial rooms.
Ily the time Iho .firo department ar
rived, tbe second floors of tbe ol
snd new buildings wero a
mass of flames', which belched
out of tho windows and ale their way up
ward and downward with frightful quick
ucss. Tbe acids and chemicals used In
tbe engraving and etching processes on
Ibo floor above, on which 'the lire origi
nated, and also on the floor below, Is
nhlch were the cngravlng'and lithograph
ing establishment of Dcmston & Co.,
helped the spread ot tba fire, and the fire
men, whllo they worked with' superhu
man effort, realized that they hud all they
could do to prevent the spread of the fire
amPkcfp It In the locality from which It
started, i Scarcely twenty minutes after
tbe Are started the Immense fire-story
building wits completely jthlteU: ' '
At about a quarter past six several of tbe
floors, and with them the large engrav
ing prcsici, type mctsl-andlUbojrapblnft
stones, tell with a dcsfcnlnx roar, fol
lowed by a noise that sounded like tho
reports ot a thousand muskc'S. Tho front
wall was acen to bulge, and - orders wcrv
Issued lo extend the Are lines.. .Only a
few minutes after this was done several
Immense volumes of flames of,a peculiar
yellowish-red culor puffed up from the
seething pit, and Immediately after tbe
wall was seen to topple, and the top story
fell outward with a loud crash. Fortu
nately no one 'was hurt, althonjh several
flrcmeu wore within deadly proximity,
.and there was not au Instant's warning.
Tho building was ocupled on the
Rrouiid floor -by the, O'Neill Carrlsgu
Repository; tbo second floor by. O. II.
DemstoiA. Co., lithographer and crn
gfafcr-s add tbe three floors, aboro by
tbe editorial rooms ot the Kxprt$t, the1
bindery and engraving departments, and
the Jii.b ptlniiug rooms of, Mathews,
Northrop & Co., respectively.
Tbo firo was due to the carelessness of
tbe porter, who was ltglitlug one of the
lamps In the news room. Jas. Host, a
printer, In endeavoring to put out the
.flames, was badly burned, and also near
ly suffocated. He was rescued with diffi
culty. Mr. J. W Mathews was seated to
his editorial room, which Is on the sec
ond floor, when Iho Arc broke out. He
'nas utterly unconscious of bis -danger
until bis son, wbobJd beard of tbe fln
from tbe business ofllca t,nd ran up the
stilrs through tbe flame and
moke, rushed Into the room and
hastily apprised blm. Mr. Mathews
canto out Unscathed, but bin
son was badlr burned about the face and
neck. So quick was tbo spread of the
flames that the reporters barely bsd time
to clamber out ot tho windows and drop
onto tho root of an adjoining building.
Klltcen or txveuly girls and men bad to
descend the firo escape, tbe flames having
swept up both flights ot stairs. The loss
is estimated at 3-50,000; lusuraucc.
A PROMPT DENIAL, "
Secretary Ilayaril Denies Ilnldlng any Spe
cial Knmltjr Toward the Colored Itaee,
. and Characterises the .Allegation as
Nf.w Vor.K, April 10. Tho colored pco
pie here have been excited of late ovel
stories which havo been act afloat touch
lag an alleged enmity ot Secretary Rayard
toward the negro race. It was statec
that while In tha Senate he took special
precautions to avoid any social or per
sonal recognition ot bis lellow-Senatoi
II. 1C Uruce, and that In other ways h
displayed adtsllke foe the race.
pswsld R. Smith, an Intelligent col
ortd man ot this city, and tbe Sccrctarj
of the New York Colored Democratic As
sembly, took tho f inatlcr la hand and
wrote to SecruUry Iiarard, asking for ac
explanation. Tbo correspondence Is ai
Nkw Yohk, April ", 1835.
Ton. 'fhot. M. lUnanl, Seerttary oj
l)icH Sin I send you.the Inclosed with
regrets, aud would be pleased It you
would favcr mo with a reply as to wheth
er tlicro Is any truth lu this statement. 1
am, and have been a falthlul workpi
amoug the very best classes of my people,
and was very faithful In my efforts In
Mr. Cleveland's behalf, at the loss ot
many personal and valuable. Irludn, who,
sluco Mr. Cleveland's election, fall u
rt-cogulze me in any. way. Still I am
proud to say I am an admirer of Mr.
Cleveland, and was very proud ot you as
his Orst choice lu tho Cabinet. I have
di nlcd the truth of tbo statement, snd 11
Is very Important that I receive on early
acknowledgment of this letter, as I have
promised satisfactory proofs.
Very truly yours,
Oswald 8. Sumi.
Wasiiikotox, I). O., April 0, 188S.
To OsleaM if. (Staff A, ,Vw J'ort;
IJK4H Siu I have your letter of tin
th, Inclosing a cutting from the 7rfl
H'orfd, Which purports to-bo an txlrael
from the correspondence ot tbe Cfereanj
LtatUri and Is entitled "Ilayard and lh
Negro." Your ln.qu.lrr as to tbe truth oj
the statements coutalued Is cmlnentls
proper aud Jilst, and I readily answel
that thi) correspondence does not con talc
our word of truth, but Is a tissue o
ir.allclousand silly falsehood from, be
Rlanlugtpend. It la hardly fair, how
ever, for a man In a public station to ex
pect Immunity liom assaults from thi
class who Suser aich slauders, or Uu
profligate which gives them currency.
, T,. y. llAVARO.
p- ; '
tiiiiKllioiihiB li. Outposts.
Ottawa, p.tr., April 17. Tho atteu
ou of thp Imperial, Government having
uccu called to thC defenceless position ol
llrltlttb Columbia In the evlnt of Avar be
tween Kiiglaud uud Russia, tbe Secretary
of the Navy has. ordered two anlpJ-ot-war
tront tbo China teas td Victoria for the
protection ot HrltisU , Columbia and
llrltlsh shining In the Northern Pacific.
it is understood that the Canadian Gov
ernment has also sunt a considerable
quantity of artillery ammunltlnu to Vio
torla tor the tse ot the laud force's lu tha
event of trouble.
Important Unealons Ill.cussod.
WAaiuNmos, I). A, April 17. The
members pf the Cablootwere all present
at yesterdaj's nieutlug, and anamberol
Important questions were considered,
Ificludlug the eelllemettt t( tha Winne
bago and Dakota laud claims, audithe
Oklahoma tract) tho temoval of feuVSs,
and othcrolsstrticlloiw from pi'bllo. lands,
nd the uitMt lmportajit fatr York p
IKitUtmeals. A proolumatt(,i was detcr
mlued upon setting futh th jaanner
i whlnh tha Wluncbaso laud am la
i-isuea avonoe? ii Uo-tnetnod-ofenfofC
WALES IN COOK.
Loyal Demonstrations On the Oermtlon nt
tha IloKl Villi Th. XntlonnlUts show
Their JlaniL and Hnoee.U lu rtrlnxfngrOn
Terrible ttlot Quelled by th. rollee
Itegrrts front the Mnjiir ot I.lmerlek. (
Lo.wnox, April 10. Members ot tho
Government yesterday expressed relief at
the result of the Prince of Wales' visit to
Cork. They consider that the failure to
organize any alarming demonstration
against tbe royal visitors Indicates the
real weakness of tho Nationalist party.
There Is general surprise ss well as re
joicing here at the extent of tho loyal
feeling In Ireland, as proved by the com
paratively warm wclcomo extended to
the Prince In tbo very stronghold of' tha
Opposition. Tba following Is an official
account received hero ot what occurred
during tbo pissago of their Royal High.
Druses tbronglj the streets ot Corki
"As the Princo and Princess stepped
from tbe train, they wcro me't by a deputa
tion of ofllslats of the city, who presented
them with an address of welcome to Cork
attesting undying loyalty to tho Queen
and members of the royal family. Tbe
Prince and party were then escorted. by a
strong force ot military and pollco to
carriages lu wilting, and driven through
the principal streets. Alt along tba
rontu they were enthusiastically cheered
Many buildings were profusely decorated,
while across- tho streets at several
points wcro stretched triumphal arches.
At' one point a rowdy began throning
stones at lha Prince's carriage, out of
mere bravado apparently, as ho was out
of striking distance. A detective prompt
ly arrested the man, whercupoa a mot?
surrounded the officer and tried to
rescue the prisoner. The dctcctlte
found It necessary to firo his revolver
over the heads of tbe crowd, and la
this, way kept them at bay until assist
ance airlvcd. Tbo prisoner was ttken
to court and remanded, but was
afterward balled out by tbe Major of tbo
city. At another point an onion was
thrown down at tbe Royal carriage as It
passed under tho structure known as
Parncll Urldge. The missile struck the
footmat.. Indignant yells bnrst from the
pcoplp when this Insult was witnessed,
and efforts were made to discover tho
pcrso'i who committed It, but bo could
not be traced In the crowd. These two
Incidents," the accoant continues, "were
really the most serious evidences of
hostility that occurred during the after
noon. Thcro was a good deal of con
fusion, end the friends aud opponents of
the Prince seemed pretty even
In numbers, but uo serious
breach ot tbe peace was attempted. This
evening there, was a large meeting ot
I'arnelllleS In a public square. Vindic
tive speeches wcro made by leading mem
bers of the party, but In them could easily,
be traced disappointment in the Ill-success
ot tbe attempt to create an effective
demonstration against the. Prince during
the day. A singular feature of the meet
ing was the? burning ot a largo number of
Londou newspapers containing adverse
comment upon the sctlons ot tbe Nation
alists during the 1'rluco'a stay la Ire
land.'' Wissiso rniu.Nus ui conx.
Conic, April IC Tho gracious demean
or ot the Princess ot Wales excited great
admiration among the crowds that lined
tbe streets through which tbe royal car
riage passed. Cheers for tbo Prince and
Princess went up constantly. Tbo Prince
maintained a dignified though concilia
tory bearing. A procession ot Leaguers
followed as closely behind the visit
ors as the police lines permitted.
It was headed by John O'Con
nor, Nationalist member of
Parliament for Tlpperary, 'bo has been
one of the most conspicuous leaders ol
the opposition to the Prince's favor
able reception In Ireland. Whenever
the loyalist bands started up "God save
the Queen," the Leaguers noisily sang,
"God save Ireland." When tbo uroccsslor.
reached Its destination and tbe munici
pal authorities, presented an address
of welcome on behalf ot the city ol
Cork, tbe Prince betrayed somo emotion.
In replying to 'tbo address, h
expressed his gratltudo for lis expres
sions of loyalty to tbo llrltlsh Constitu
tion aud to the Queen, Ho wished that
every person of lufluencaln Ireland would!
exert himself to avoid discussions wbcc
Would Interfere with the object ot hit
pr'.cnt tour through the country, and t
uplte In efforts toward Improving the real
welfare ot the Irish race.
Ji MIDNIGHT kiqt.
Cork, Apill IS. A terrlblo riot Is now
In progress. A mob Is In possession ot
tho principal streets, and his repnlsed
several charges by tho police. Suveral
volleys havo been fired by the pollco, but
It Is supposed thitlhcy are firing over
tbe hca Is of tbe crowd. In charging up
on tbo mob, however, fixed bajoucti
are used, and many per.
eons . have been severely wounded,
Tho police, where otcpvhelmcd by
numbers, form In small squads, back to
back, and defend themselves from the
onslaughts ot the lulurlaled mob. Man
Ot the vfllcers havo been Seriously Injured
by stones. Volleys ot missiles are
thrown from tho upper windows ol
houses whos.) occupants are lu sympathy
'with the rlotors. It Is reported that, ow
ing to tbo apathy of the ajror, leading
citizens have telegraphed to Lord Span
cor jcquestlug that the mllltty be used
to restore order.
Cork, April 10. The pollse havo suc
ceeded In clearing the streets 'attar se
vere fighting, iu which itsuy on both
sides were noanded. The city Is uovt
quiet, but a renewal of tbe trouulo lu to
mornlug U feared.
LiMF.mcc, April 16. The Mayor bar
'written to tho Prince ot Wales express
ps tfie regret of the citizens of LtiuerlcV
Hist the political aspect'ttlveu to the roy
al visit prevents the tender of a forma'
wotcoma to that city.
Tha I.o.rul fusion tn Congreu.
CiiiQitio, III., April IS. 'pho filth
quadrcunlal congress ot the Loyal Legion
ol tho United States was opened at the
Grand Pad flu at ten o'clock this mom,
Ing. Qver a hundred delegates -were In
attendance. They were welcomed by ex
lresldent Hayes, and Gcscrals Logan,
llraggand Ilavttey. In accordance with
tbe rule adopted at a previous meetlug,
the doors Were closed Immediately upon
the Congress being called to order. To
day and tomorrow will bu devoted to
deliberations pcrUlnlujf. to tho business
affairs at tbe oritur.
The Matter' Strlks KuJod.
South Nokwaik, OjWh .April 15.
The hitters' strike has finally ended, tbe
r outeqdlog parties otseiillng to the terms
ot sittletuont agreed upou by a commit
tee of arbitration, which was appointed
sunn time ag The amtounccmnut that
thi tnanufauturers had eowtj to terms
was made on tcts Streets UtU-wornloz,
and ifieal enthusiasm has prevailed aP
day among the tnrtkor. The Tnauufao.
Inters lave ajiieed suhstuailallv ta tha
rtoiitkud of the' workmen. Wages r got I
season,. .dtidiHKe Uot was, umtfi
rarther rarllsnlars or III St- T..al. May
M.r Maawell Trared to tho facia Com!
III. Capture Probable.
Br. Louis, 3Io., April 10. Walter II.
Lennox Sfaxwcll, the Piulhern Hotel mur
derer, purchased a through unlimited ticket
to San Francisco, Monday, April 0, and
signed his name to the ticket before leaving.
He left the same evening on the San Fran
Cisco Railroad, and was recognized on the
tntlrf by two St. I.oulsan who talked with
him and who saw him as far as Pierce City,
Mo. A special from San Francisco sayst
""On receipt of n telegram yesterday from
Chief of Pollco Harrlgan, of St. Louis, the
police hero commenced to search for Max
well, tho alleged murder of Preller, In
vesication developed the fact that tc man
answering Maxwell's description arrived
here oil Saturday last aud put up at the
Palace Ilutel. Ho only remained there one
night and It was thought at first that he
sailed the next afternoon on the steamer
'City of Sidney for U4'rH or Australia,
won LATEJI rr.VLori!Hrra '
It Is believed that the police are on his
trail and an arrest may be looked for.at any
,time." It transpired hero yesterday that
Maxwell, two or three days before the mur
der, was In great need of money, and that
he attempted to pawn his watch and sell
his stereoptlcon apparatus and views, but
failed. On tbe Monday following before ha
left the City he was known to hare, money,
as he Informed the persons to whom be
had tried to trcll these articles that he nor
longer needed money, and displayed plenty
of cash. He also purchased several things.
Including' 2 ralusU field glass and a pair
ot spectacles. The inquest on the body ot
C. Arthur Preller, which was to havo
taken place this afternoon, has been In
definitely postponed by the Coroner, Ha Is
waiting the following of ths latest clues,
and advices' from relatives of the dead man.
The following dkuitch was received to
day from Chief of Police Crowley of Sari
Francisco by Chief of Police Usrrigan, of
this city. The man who owns the three
pieces of baggage as numbered In your dis
patch arrived here on the 11th under tho
muiMof .1, C. JJcauquIer. He claimed to
be a Frenchman, an army offlcr from
Paris. He was the only officer who left
SL Louis on the 6th and came through. lie
wjtij ajv ArrAne.fT rnriscn acckst.
but when spoken to In French always re
plied in Kngllsh. My Informant who- came
on the train says he believes the sqcent Is
assumed. He answers your description
perfectly except tho cheek whiskers. He
had a small, light mustache and' a short Im
perial, a brown cutaway coat; his vest and
pants were of nearly the same color. He
wore a broad brim drab hat dented In at tba
crown. The man left for Xew Zealand on
the Australian steamer in steerage for
Auckland. New Zealand. He may
leave the steamer at Honolulu.
Search your hotels and railroad
ffflces for hla name, and telegraph melt
yon. can find, It. He can be an esled by tele
graph It he goes' through and don't land
at Honolulu. To this dispatch Cnlef liar
rlgan replied, directing Crowley to stop
Deauqulerby Jill taw.5, ho- being, In his
opinion, no otner than MaxwclL
Sajv Fiiascisco, April 10, During the
trip across the country the man. who Is un
doubtedly Maxwell, tried to wind a large,
old-fashioned fcllver watch with a broken
knife blade, and falling, .sought to borrow a
key. When he went to the l"alaee notel he
was unable to open tbe trunks shipped here
and sent for a blacksmith, saying that he
had lost his keys. A pile of burned paper
was found In his room after His departure
In tho steamer for Honolulu or New Zea
land. A dispatch ha been sent to New
Zealand giving Maxwell's description and
ordering his arrest, and a Utter will be sent
ro Honolulu, it is reared, however, that
he will disembark at the Hawaiian Island
and take a sailing; vessel for China ot
Japan, In which case all traces will be lost
QUARANTINE IN KANSAS.
Govenor Martin,'. I'rodamatloa .Cnrorc.
log Quarantine Against Certain Infected
Toi-eka, Kajt., April X0. The Governor
has issued the following:
Stats or KA!isAs,ExEctmvz nerARTSix.'rT. 1
witrnt.vg.'Contaglous pleuropneumonia ol
cattle baa made progress during the ptst
few months In Inrecllmr new localities an
close proximity to highways ot cattle Irani,"
between this and other Dtatea, tnceby seri
ously endangering- the Urirv live stock Inter
ests of the mate ot Kansas by tbe probabU
Introduction of the said disease among ou
Whereas, Such a calamity would prove
most disastrous to the beat interests of out
State br depreciating tbe value or all cattle
and the restrictions crnur Intercourse with
tba markets or the world; and
Wiierxas, The Live btoek Sanitary Com
mission of tho State ot Kansas baa recom
mended tbe establishment er a quarantine
against tbo Introduction Into this State or all
animals or the porlne species coming from
tho rollawinr named places, to-wlt; All ot
the State or CouoccUcut, allot that portion
nr New Vork lying south ot the north bneol
t'cnnsf lvanln. Now Jersey, Delaware. Mary
land. District or Columbia. Vlrrlnlo, West
Virginia, Ohio. Illinois, Keotucky.Tennessee,
and all the counties ot Callaway, Boone,
Audrain and llontuomory n the State of
Missouri, unless all such cattle are quaran
ned at the point or looalltr of Introduction
Uo the Ptste for a period of ninety days.
,nd retained there unUl they shall receive a
rertlflcate or health signed br the Mate Vet
erlnarlan of Kansas; and further, that all
cattle coming- Into Kansas from the above
named localities be required to enter ths
Htato at Atchison, Leavenworth, Kansas City
or Fprt Bnott.
Now therefore, V.John A. Martin, Dover
nor of Kansas, do hereby, In accordance
wttbauthorlty rested In me by tho laws et
Kansas, declare and establish a quarantine
against the Introduction of allanlnials of the
bovine species from any and allot tbe States,
counties and localities above mentioned,
unloss all such cattle are quarantined at the
point or locality or Introduction for a period
of ninety dars, sad retained there until ther
shall receive a crrtltcatn of health signed
by the State Veterinarian of Kansas; and
further, that all cattlo comlnir Into Kansas
from the above named localities be required
to enter the Elate at Atchison, Leavenworth.
Kansas City or l'ort tfeott.
Tho Live Stock Sanitary Commission and
the Btate Vererlnarlan are directed to
see that the quarantine thus ordered and es
tablished. Is enforced.
In testimony whereof. I have hereunto
subscribed nir name, and caused to be attltetf
the (treat seal ot the Btate, Done at-tho City
of Topeka. this 15th day of April, A. D im,
and of the Independence of the United
Stales, 100th, and or IbeEttlothetncnlj-Bfth
Ily tho Oovcruort John A. Hum.
E. II. At.r.Kir,
Secretary of State.
Abraham IJncoln'a Torn.
Si-msoriKLU, 111., April IS. Despite
the unfavorable" weather, the Twentieth an
niversary of the doaftf of Abraham Lincoln'
nas observed here to-day with Imposing
ceremonies. The early trains front
all dlrectiour brought largo crowds
of participants, over live hundred
representatives of German Turner caud
other organizations, with several bauds, com
ing from Chicago alone, Itej-.reentatlv
Germans from ail part of the West were
present, It having been decided by varl.
cm societies to render a national trlente
to tsa memory or Wi martyred Pn
The Iwl.slug l. V4.
Toao.vro, April IS. Th. C'auarpeB, htta
otf tho Lawreflce-TowKtey1 tieeatsi as Wete
to-Asy ad placed. la IM astsvk'af fcsttsttaw
WWW WW I'Yavlpg tWx aUavMtiTwSO
Js Lsvwrsttoe and Mary TowiilajV Titers
was a hide mlaaliis; doriu the last Mty
years but It baa boeu found. . ?o trouble Is
anticipated Iu psovinf their claims It to
ld thai H0OO.WM ht been awarded t
Mrs. tUttnay T. Hresra. f VneOad aS..H
-A.,siiv'v4-Mi.-nwu-MCfK aar. vs.
I wuJt'U w Mew Y urk Tsuasttay to
.i ... , .. ,. . . . '
VOL. III. NO. 32.
Tba Sjtftte mnt M4e nnd the sterlsf
Ing That the Doctors hi (lenerst UnaVs
C',e Havo Madu nn Incorrect llligwsi,
nd That HI MAUdy Is AomttMissr tews)
Djncerom Than Cancer Ths PaUiint'a
Cond.ttnn Won Jerfnl'y Improved.
Nkw Yoiik, April 17 Tho Shu wHl
say to-morrow, editorially) "The Im
provement in General Grant's condition
steadily continues. It Is now ascertained
that his disease Is not cancer, apd there
Is no reason, in his physical orgao-liskm,
why ho should not recover hie a-e!a -tlrcly:"
Tho .S'iih In this says what more than
enj physician who' his seen General
Grant's throat bas been saying tor Uys
past. Notwithstanding Dr. Shrady'a reit
eration that tho General has nothing
bnt cancer, this morning a tea
tlcman, who Is Intimate with the Graat
family, declared that an announcement
would soon be mado that would surprlM
the public. Ho said that" General Grant
wasvvnufTqilns from cancer, but from a.
disease affecting the blood and arlshssr
from something like scrofula. The gea
Uemau said that there wss a strong proba
bllllv that General Grant wonld recover,
lie called attention to the fact that tbe
General's most capablo physicians had
not sljmed any bulletins Indicating that,
bis recovery was Impossible. There
seems to bo a differences ot opinion be
tween Drs. Sbrady and Douglas and be
tween Drs. Sands and Darker. Tho twey
latter stand qullo as high la tbe med
leal profession as the first-named stee
tora. A KT.VIEW.
The following will appear In the Mei
teal JUaird ot Saturday! Do'g tbd past
vtcck General Grstnt his suffered trout
considerable Irritation about his throat,
sudtbe secretion of tho mucous has for
the time being been Irxrcascd. Ou
two or threo occasions he has
bid attacks ot choking, which de
pended as much on the reflex
spasm as upon tbe temporary accumula-
tlon ot phlegm In the larynx. At no time
has be been In Imminent danger of sut
foca'lnn. Tbe local disease bas mado no
pibgret except ton slight extent a'oug
the rec border ot the risbt side ot the
veldrti. Sloughy exudation In tho vsnlt
of pharynx Is beginning to disin
tegrate and portlous havo bcea
discharged, exposing a char
actcrlslc tnntsold granular ssafaee
underneath. The chances of a bmss In
Its separation from tho throat surfaea
temporarily obstructing the larynx, havo
thus been removed. In consequence ot
this change also the local coHdlttoct Is
greatly Improved. Glandular sweUlasja
wero not perceptibly Increased allboujra
the surrounding Inflammatory changes
give rlsa from tlmo to time to ten
derness on pressure. The pata 1st
swallowing Is not so great, but difficulty
in deglutition Is sometimes quite
marked, owing .o loss ot Umbo la Use
velum. Tbe granular Infiltrated condi
tion of the palatal curtain still exists,
and by tbo extension of Irritation and
It; pretence tbe neighboring tissues tem
porarily become more orless (edematous,
explaining the reason for tbe hemming
cough with which the, distinguished pa
tient Is very much annoyed.
"Ills general condition Is ranch im
proved. His food, wlflch Is ot tho most
nourishing kind, Is well assimilated and
fats bodllr vigor has ot late bee a but little
Impaired considering the number of re
cent drawbacks he bas experienced. The
smallest amount of morphia Is given con
sistent with overcoming laln, and induc
ing the needtnl sleep. During' tbe pust
few days but six mlulms ot Maendle's
solution has been Injected hypodcrsakal
ly la twenty-four hours.
J. H. Hell, tbeMardc rer of rorwt O.&aMM,
Hung by Mob sit I'lorre, Dakota.
Pienmc. Dik., April 17. Early yeeter
dsy morning a mob ot. about tweaty-lvs
men came from Ilarrold and Kluat, and,
taking Jas.. II. Iiell, otllartold, from Use
Jail, hanged Mm to tho flag-staff ot Mm
Court-house. Bell's oKense was tax
murder of Purest G. Small, s
lawyer, formerly of Mt. Sterling, III., m
December t th last.
Tbe jailer and his deputy, vrho were
sleeping In the building, were cor raited
In their room. Tbe lynching did at
tako moro than fifteen minutes, at the
end ot which time the Sheriff arrived
from the hotel and cut down the victim,
the mob dispersing at bis approach.
When seUed Hell cried "murder" three
times before his voice was stifled, ad
once more when tba rope was put over
his bead. No attempt was made to harm
his confessed accomplice, Dennett, wbt
was In the jail.
His Creditor, Moors to a Heavy Tune.
Nkw Yonie, April 17. Augustus Haex
ter, manuftQlurer of linen cellara aad
cuffs at Ifo. SOS Broadway, who made aa
assignment on April 7th, has not bees
been seen by bis creditors since, aud the
believe be has gone to Canada, HU
friends admit that be has left tbe elty,
and Is not (n this State, ss warrants of
arrest have been obtained against htm
by creditors. Ills liabilities will exceed
15200,000, aad the prospects of the gen
eral creditors rtcelvlag anytkbn
app:ar to be slim, as the tJay
before the assigning he confessae
judgments tq relatives for S2.0W, whleh.
cover all assets la this city, and also at
Troy, N. Y., where bis lactory was lcevt
ed. Since the failure some very altiituU'r
transactions have come to light. It 1mm
been learned that he borrowed all tyt
money be could from friends o varies
pretexts up to the time of h! Mtare, ass
it Is stated that be bas borrowed MUjm
from relatives otaIUy to tu la bsassV ' ,
sfiess yrvfts Meiia.su.
KtLTinosw, Mm., Astt !, A .'ysaU
'nu Hngeow, IM., asupjt "Mr. ()t. f
Aerdoatc ba. retvswi a tipthfMMi Mr.
oas)ts IS, $tos, Psmsbss, tafosalkisH
that k4 broiher Aatoado aWatoa, whs til
rrest4 4mI hsprlsssjil wisti Jvistt .
isatos, tha AssorksuiVHaen, 4 .
Japod to Keuior and rrWd atkrutsv
ma, AaUmlo rtNKWta that JuJfo to hi
laager, A copy of the taWmw wilt sjs,
tent to the Ststo DepartmtoA am an r
ueucjr (a th. utur of J Mill's mnm.
Ism iMiws 4 Hasstoa' acMpa kaaavt fo
bn roiv4 ta WasdtUiva.
WisMiriOTOK, , c, April tr.rsn"
atr-(itMMsv( Vila ha d.trtvbt4 to
ppotM Poat-prftee luivpswitora aftrr s
nnhsatlon into character and ..atstatsv -ssts
ol tha oandtdata. wlslait t asaa. '
haps mora rbjitd ,tUa ta Clvrt tSswSa.
MttMU Wlta MM M I
wtu be vtuustf-A ta
out w uiu niHHoynauua, n
ti tue law agaltisl tuta.luiii -ul lm Hi