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WICHITA, KANSAS. THURSDAY MOKNpfG, APEEL 21, 1887.
WHOLE NO. 914.
1.23 and 125
3 BIG lUU
ALE OF IE
20 new beaded wraps, worth $14, for
This is only for Thursday, Friday, and Satur
day, this week.
10 satin lined, tan color, cloth jackets, sizes
all 34, worth $10.00, at
hose, cheap for
AGENTS FOR BDTTERICK'S PATTEIS,
Foster's : Kid x Gloves.
25 dozen ladies' new
25 cts per pair, at
The Testimony Taken at Dodge
City by Special Com
missioner For the Purpose of Fixing the
Responsibility for the
Affray at Coronado, Growing
' Out of the "Wichita County
Shows that the Killing was Justifia
ble The Men In Duress at
Dodgo NTot Implicated.
Comanche City Senda Pleasant Greet
ingsState Board of Assessors at
Kingman Crafty Crackmen
at Clay Center.
Evidence Obtained Hhows the Coro
nado Killing: was Warranted.
Special Dispatch to the Dally Basle.
Dodge Citt, Kan., April 20. The
special commissioner appointed by Got.
Martin to take testimony of J. W. Knapp,
F. L. Lilley, J. F. Ullinger, M. A. Wal
ton, Charles Flack, J. B. Leahy. Wesley
Moore and James and Charles Sechrist,
who are confined here charged with killing
the two notorious desperadoes at Coronado
during the county seat election of Wichita
county in February, completed taking evi
dence today. The testimony shows that
the killing of the two men from Leoti was
justifiable, as they commenced abusing
the Coronado citizens and also fired the
first shot. It was further proven that the
ten men under arrest were not implicated
in the shooting affa'r at all. The commis
sioner will go to Garden City tomorrow
and complete his work by taking the testi
mony of the other four men who are con
A Comaacha If hoop.
Special Dbpatch to the Dally Eag'o.
Cojiakche City, Kan., April 20. Ar
rangements have been made to utilize the
immense deposits of salt near this city. A
company have a lease of 800 acres of land
just southeast of Comanche City and will
immediately begin operations. The supply
of salt in this locality is thought to be al
Considerable town property has been
sold during the past week and numerous
buildings &ra contracted to be built. Con
siderable rain has fallen and Cavalry valley
is now cloted in spring attire. Wheat and
oats excedc most sanguine expectations and
corn is up and doing well.
State Officers In Kinffni.au.
Special Dispatch to the Dully Kagle.
Kingman, Kan., April 20. The state
board of assessors and 3Iissouri Pacific
railway officials arc in the city tonight.
They were met by citizens at the depot and
escorted to the Opera Ilouse where they
were formally welcomed by speeches by
Mr. Jno. W. Milton and Hon. Frank Gil
lette. Lieut.-Gov. Iliddel aud Mr. Mc
Carthy, state tieasurer, replied in a a cry
happy vein and the large meeting adjourned
in good humor with itself and all the
Clay Cextrk, Kax, April 20. The
Times of this city yesterday warned the
city against a gang of burglars which is
understood to be enroute to Clay Center.
It reached here according to program and
the only successful venture was in robbing
Mr. Campbell, one of the owner of the
paper. Other unsuccessful efforts were
made on the postofnee. This is the gang
probably which has been operating further
east and is drifting north.
How She Stalks.
Ft. Scott, Kan., April 20. Tho sales
of real estato in this city yesterday and to
day aggregated 247,000. The city is
filled with strangers ami tho boom is un
paralleled. Work has commenced on
fifteen brick business buildings and the
$?o,000 hotel. Tho contract will be let
tomorrow for tho building of the Wichita
railroad machine shops and work will
commence at once.
Hanged to a Tree.
IlKNDERbON, Ky . April 20. A lynch
ing took place in Union county Monday
night. A negro named Hite rnnde nn ua
successful attempt during the afternoon to
assault a white lady. He was traced to
Blackburn aad captured. .taken ouUide the
town and hanged to a tree.
A Diabolical Deed.
Clevt;la:u) O., April 20 A special
from Kent, Ohio, tells of a diabolic tl at
tempt to kill Prof. Thomas Saaford of
that place with an infernal machine. A
small Jbox was left in the kallwav of his
residence. It was peculiarly constructed
and being suspicious he threw the box into
the yard when an explosion occored which
shattered the windows of an adjoining
house. There is no known cause of the
liichlcan Law Makers.
L.Ufeixo, April 20. The Republican
caucus met last night but adjourned be
cause the high license liquor bill was not
ready for consideration. Many prominent
Republicans have purposely stayed away
from both caucuses and refused "to attend
or be governed by any action that may be
taken'thereon. A great muiy members
are opposed to high license. The truth is,
the Republican majority Is so lirge that
binding caucus action on anv subject of
legislation is impossible. Whea the liquor
question gscs before the legislature the
discussion will be full and tree, but what
laws will result cannot now be foretold
It is said that all the liquor laws will be
put together in one bill and that the prts
ent multitude of laws vill be repealed.
Wn.viXGTOx. X. C , April 20. A ter
riflic explosion occurred to day oa the
the steamer Delta, loaded with naval stores
at Caswell's wharf. One man was Killed
and several others injured.
Blaine 1b Chicago.
Chicago, April 20. Hon. James G.
Blaine crrived in this city this morniag
over the Wabash railroad. He was met at
the depot by his sons, Walker, and Em
mons, no crowd having aembled at the
station. Accompanying Mr. Blaine were
his wife, his daughter, Miss Harriet
Ulaine, and Miss Abagail Dodge. The
party were at once driven to the Grand
Pacific hotel, where they breakfasted. Mr.
Walker Blaine said this morning that hi3
father had completely recovered from his
late illness, aud was feeling better than for
some time past. Just what his plans were
he could not say, but would be able t tell
more later in the day.
Mr. Blaine was looking extremely well
and seemed to have grown stouter than
whea last in Chicago. During the morn
ing Congressmen Dunham and Jones of
the Illinois state central committee, sent up
their cards and desired to see Mr. Blaine.
Walker Blaine met them in the rotunda of
the hotel and explaiied his father's need of
rest and the callers withdrew. Later in
the day Mr. Blaine received a number of
personal friends but positively declined to
see reporters or to be. interviewed on any
any subject, political or otherwise.
Emmons Blaine stated that his father
would probably remain in Chicago sevcrd
days aud perhaps a week. He needed rest
at present after hie long journey, but to
morrow would quite likely receive all who
called upon him. It was announced to the
sons of Mr. Blaine that the bankers of this
city proposed to give a banquet during
their father's stay in Chicago, and would
request from him some expression of his
views upon the financial and business pros
pects of the country. It was not learned
whether Mr. Blaine would accept th8 invi
tation or not, but c committee from the
club will wait upon him tomorrow for the
purpose of extending a formal invitation
and of learning his wishes in the matter.
A Very Fine Scheme, That.
Chicag6, April 20. A Lincoln, Ne
braska, special says: There is a well de
fined rumor to tho effect that the Union
Pacific stockholders are quietly preparing
to surrender the old Union Pacific main
line for the Government debt and abandoned
their Omaha and Council Bluff termini,
making tho several branches of the Union
Pacific which are owned by them, inde
pendent of the government line, the new
system of line with Lincoln as tho eastern
terminus. The main feature involved in
this plan consists first of a through line
from Lincoln to Denver, with connection
at Lincoln with tne old Iowa pool lines;
and second, linking together all Union Pa
cific branches with this Lincoln and Den
ver line, making, with the Oregon Short
Line and Denver & Rio Grande, a new
system to be called the Lincoln, Denver
& Pacific. This will be conducted under
cever of the old St. Joseph and Grand Isl
and road, which is definitely known to be
owned by the old Union Pacific regime,
who have never parted with control of the
Union Pacific brwch lines. It is claimed
that by the time congress is ready to act
upon Union Pacific matters there lines will
be completed, and tho Uaioa Pacific,
shorn of its branches, will be ready to be
turned over to the government as a whito
After The Bald Knobbera.
St. Louis, April Mo., 20. A special
from Ozark, Missouri, to the Post dispatch
siys: The circuit court resumed its session
this morning and after some preliminary
proceedings adjourned. The grand jury
continued its iuvctigation and new wit
nesses were called, among them Win.
Johnson, one of the Bald Knobbera who
made confession when he wa? arrested.
It is expected that a thorough unravelling
vi me uuiu haiu nBouuor mystery win oe
effected before the grand jury closes its
work, and many members of theorder, who
are otherwise good citizens, aud who had
no hand ia tho E'lens Green killing, are
quite apprehensive, if they do not already
believe, that every min in the organization
will be indicted. Judge Hubbarti's charge
to the grand jury yesterday was very strong
against the Bald Knobbers and fully ap
proved by the citizens generally.
A Clever Lottery Swindle.
Chicago, April 20. A local paper says
One of the most impudent and barefaced
lottery schemes ever devised is now being
operated throughout the United States.
Theswindle is mainly designed for victim
izing the German speaking contingent in
large cities and has already achieved toler
able success. A concern styling itself
"Messrs. Thiele & Co., bankers, Hamburg,
Germany," through an agent in Baltimore,
Md., flooded the country with letters ad
dressed to German residents in all large
cities. These letters contain a circular
giving a glowing description of the "two
hundred and ninety-second German Gov
ernment Lottery, City of Hamburg." They
announce the amount may be remitted by
means of the American company's money
order, payable at Hamburg, Germany.
Baron Von Mordenflycht, tho German
counsel, said: "This is one of the most pal
pable swindles ever brought to iny knowl
edge. There is no such lottery as the "Ger
man Government Lottery." The govern
ment of the Germau empire ha3 no con
nection or control of any lottery or pre
mi'im enterprise whatever. This is not
only a fraud, but an insult to the govern
ment I represent.
A Battle Between Deputies.
PorL.vn Bluff, Mo.. April 20. Satur
day night Constable Charles Birfield, of
Butler county, went to Neelyville with a
passe of half dozen deputies to arrest two
outlaws and quietly took possession to
await their coming. On the fame nicht
the Ripley county sheriff came to Neely
ville on the same mission. Neither party
knew of the other's presence. The Butler
county men had hardly taken possession
when they heard the Ripley county depu
ties approaching and supposed they were
the outlaws, wfao had increased their num
bers in anticipation. The Butler deputies
opened a fusilade upoa them with Yin
chester nfles. The fire was returned and
for several hours the deputies waged a
desultory warfare. At daylight the be
seiged recognirtd the beseiging party and
a parley was effected which ended the bat
tle. Two men were wounded though not
faUUy. The outlaws have left the coun
try. Waylaid and Shot.
Enra, Kan., April 20. A serious shoot
ing anair, resulting In tne deain or o. -K. i
Franklin, occurred eight milts west of
town this morninc Franklin and a man
tired one shot from a revolver which took
effect in Franklins forehead, killing him .
Asklnff for Lower Bates.
Chicago. Ami! 20. The dressen meat i
shippers of this citv aad SL Louis hare'
t addrw-s-isl a letter U the eastern trunk line
asking lor a reduction in weir rates oi
freight. The petition contends that the
rate should not be more than on a basis of
thirty-five cents per 100 proueds from
Chicago to New York.
tiujrn i ooarow nsu some uimcmiy , .,i,ir( ,
as u Manjiiat ngnt to pas. over a sau $ butlcess to
eixin oi aaa. ooarow wavia;u mm ssu i
Lumbermen and Baihroaci Offici
als of the Pacific Coast
Complaints to" the Commission
of the Destruction of Busi
ness by the Law.
Boston Business Men Belabor the
Bailroads for Discrimina
tions Against Them.
Northwestern Railroads Pray for the
Pririlece of CompetiBtf with Trans
portation via the Mississippi.
Newspaper Men Adopt n Plan of Pro
cee&nrd In ConformlBjrThetr Busi
ness to tho Chanjred Relations
Pacific Lumbermen and Boston
Merchants Take a Tarn at
Washington, D. C, April 20. E. M.
Harris, president of the Pacific Pine Lum
ber Co., and E. C. Williams, president
Redwood Manufacturing Association of
San Francisco, telegraphed the interstate
commerce commission: Our two corpora
tions. employine: eteht to ten thousand
men and about thirty million dollars capi
tal, have addressed you by mail stating
that our eastern business has been entirely
destroyed by the operation of the law, and
asking your interpretation in our behalf.
Meanwhile will you allow roaas over
which we have been operating to give old
rates and so revive our business with the
A. Lusk & Co. telegraph for similar re
lief for fruit interests,
The representatives of the various busi
ness Interests entering in Boston were be
fore the interstate commerce commission
this morning. Judge Soul, attorney of
the Boston & Albany Railroad Co., said
theTOute taken by shipments to Boston was
not the same as that to New York, but was
between sixty and one hundred and fifteen
miles longer. Ot course tne rates to Hew
York were fixed by the shortest line.
There had grown up a large export trade
in Boston, made possituo ry an arrange
ment with the roads which brought traffic
at the same ratos charged by the New
York roads to that city. This trade ren
dered it possible U maintain a line of
steamers to England, which line would not
be maintained without this tramc. The
local rate from the west to Boston was slo
five eents greater on grain and cereals and
like classes of produce than that on the
same merchandise extended for export. It
the local rates were changed on the export
traffic it would kill it.
Mr. Win. H. Lincoln, agent of a line of
trans Atlantic steamers, then addressed the
commission under oath. Thecommisbion,
he said, could hardly appreciate the grav
ity of the question presented. The whole
business of Boston was involved in this
matter, both local and export. This ques
tion was of Biich importance that lie had
cabled his people in Liverpool the day be
fore leaving Boston to delay the sailing of
a steamship which was about to sail until
it should be settled, and he knew that
other lines had done the 6amc. Despite
the equality of railroad rates in the past
such were the other advantages of New
York that one half of his company's steam
ers during the year had been diverted to
Nw York. The through rate from Chi
cago to Liverpool today is les than the lo
cal rate from Chicago to Boston.
Charles H. North, packer, said that the
export packing trade of Boston, amount
ing to fifteen millions annually, could not
go under the present arrangement.,
Edward Kemble, addressing tne com
mission, asked that the railroads should
not be permitted to slugle out a certain
class of citizens of Boston as beneficiaries
of the desired action of the commission. If
the roads could haul freight from Chicago
to Boston for export for 25 cents, why
could they not do it for consumption?
The commissioners gave no intimation as
to what their action would be.
After recess the commission gave a hear
ing to the representatives f certain north
western railroad interests. J. A. Hanley,
general superintendent of the Minnesota
a Northwestern railroad, presented a peti
tion for an order to allow that line, in con
nection with the Wabash & Central Iowa
Company,, to regulate its tariffs upon
through busbies between St. Louis and
St. Paul and Minneapolis to meet the wa
ter competition upon the Mississippi; alo
to allow the company to regulate itd tariffs
upon through traffic to meet competition
upon the lakes.
Newspapers aud the Law.
Kansas City, April 20. A meeting of
representalircsof the leading new3pfipera
of the Missouri )'alley and the southwest
was held here rodiy for consideration of
their relations with the railroads under the
interstate commerce Uw. Letters were on
file giving oihcsion to the objects of the
convention from nearly very daily paper
between the Mississippi river and the
Rocky mountains. After discussion a
series of resolutions were unanimously
adopted, as follows.
Whereas, We recognize in the railroads
the realization of the highest accomplish
ments of the progressive spirit of thU age,
being closely allied to the interests of the
people, and the greatest ai'tants yet dc
vised for the rapid peopleing of the Ameri ;
can desert, and the agency by;
which the deTclopceat of the:
weft is, in a great measure, to
be brought about, tnd I
Whereas, The interstate commerce bii! i
has been mide the law of the land govern j
isg ihe management of such of there roiM
a traverse different state, deriving their
franchises chiefly from state laws, necces
jirily dlTcrse la their operation, be it
RekolTtd, that wc cheerfully acquiesce
in tne new order oi tnlcrs aad
micrs aaa zealous-
!lv totkeworkof adapting
ike new MiuaUon. rendy to
discard the abuses aaa Ineomslities which
1h noe whh to stand in
lhvm n1.4tan tr. thpm nH hovo thfm
i uUr-A in th Mm r.lli'ufVtrtttvrrl lh- nrw
i sf tv ,.,-,,, - tii .,;,,, ir r ,,,
r.nn,i .!? tn r-h no,.r ,
TiesA-r x,-.tjA .imn h iv fnnv.
w,in results the pras aad the raurutd '
lreai MC, otijer jaijonallv conduct
t business entities that for freight and pa5-
Ijcarcr trannonaiioa the railroads char re !
aewspsper men the same as ciaw indirid-1
uabare charsi and the newspapers in I
like manner deal with railroads as their
business customers, neither more nor lesa.
Resolved, That alPbusiness between
these two be upon a cash basis or its equiv
alent; that time tables, notices of a business
character and any other forms of advertis
ing should be charged for by publishers
and no exchange upon the courtesy pl&a
be continued; that each publisher fix his
owa rates for hU space and accept therefor
only such compensation as will be available
for use In the conduct of busiaessby pro
prietors or employes, and that acceptance of
contracts which would produce any other
result should be discontenuanced.
WjusmxGTo:, April 21, la. m. The
following are the indicatioaa: For Mis
souri, Iowa aad Minnesota: Fair weather,
followed by local rains Friday morniag;
variable winds generally shifting to south
erly in Missouri and Iowa; stationary tem
perature except in western portions of Min
nesota and Iowa; slightly cooler.
For Kansa3 and Nebraska: Fair weather,
followed by local rains, wanner, southerly
winds followed by slightly cooler, variable
Washiston, D. C, April 20. The
president made the following appointments:
bamucl F. Bigelow, United States attorney
for the aistrict of New Jersey; Henry W.
Merritt, of Illinois, United States consul
DECLINES TO STATE.
The secretary of stato declines to either
confirm or deny the statement cabled from
London to the effect that Lord Salisbury
bent a dispatch to this government on the
subject of the fisheries, offering to revert
to the old condition of affttirs without pe
cuniary indemnity. Secretary Bayard also
declines to express any opinion with regird
to the subject matter of the dispatch as
The subject matter of the dispatch is not
exactly news iu diplomatic circles, the
same proposition having emanated from
the Canadian government some time ago.
The well informed are inclined to be of the
opinion that the offer referred to in the ca
blegram has been thus indirectly made as a
feeler to ascertain in advance of an actual
tender how such a proposition would be
received by the American people. As the
representatives of the Uuited States on the
commission that negotiated tho treaty of
Washington, and the Halifax commission
which fixed the award, England, for the
use of the Canadian inshore fisheries, ex
pressly denied that tho privilege
accorded to the United States vessels of
fishing in Canadian waters was mee valu
able than the coecendon made to Canadian
fishermen of a like privilege in waters
of the United States, tho free eutry of their
fish. It is safe to assume that the depart
ment of state never entertained the Idea of
renewing the treaty of Washington with
the understanding that a cash indemnity
was again to be paid to Great Britiun for
the right to enjoy the inshore fisheries of
Secretary Bayard today said that he wiui
glad to noto the increased interest mani
fested In the subject. He felt that the
people of tho country outside of Massa
chusetts, had never realized iVt Importance
or appreciated the gravity of the
alternative left to the administration,
a cie-curation oi non-intercourse u u
failed to affect a peaceab o ndjintment of
the differences between the United Sutes
and Great Britain respecting the construe
tion of the treaty rights of our fishermen.
It 13 doubtful, he mid, if the interest of
San Francisco is maintained her present
forco of coal supply from British Coluui
bin, aside from the importance of Chica
go's great business connection with Canada
and 01 tne vast trade that ebb3 and Hows
across the 3,000 miles of our northern
boundary, do not exceed the Interest of
Massachusetts in the results of thu applica
tion of such an alternative rs commercial
non iutercourbc. The negotiations with
Great Britain oa this subject are progress
ing and tho secretnry hopes that thoy will
result In a harmonious and satisfsctory un
derstanding between that country ana the
TnK BAILKOAD IXVKhTiaATORS.
Tho Pacific railroad commispioncrs met
this morning and immediately proceeded
to work. The ofiiccn of secretary and sten
ographer to the commission were- united
and Charles P. Youug of New Tork city,
appointed to the placa. The salary was
nxert at f3,tKX) per annum.
It J expected that another call for C per
cent bonds will be made in a few days.
Attorney General Garland has reatllrmed
his former opinion that the secretary of the
trersury dots not possess the powers of re
mission in the cum of the American
schooner seized for taking f-eah at the
Alaska eal Lsl&nd in disobedience of the
Stoekmen and Interstate Law.
MiLE'i Citt, .Mont , April 20 At a
meeting of the Montona Stock Growers'
Association here y esterday, about one bun
rired membera were prc-er.t. Secretary
Harriym's report reflected wverely upon
congress for the passage of the fn'er&tAte
comrnt rce b:ll Theodore Roosevelt mo, ed
that this he stricken out nnd declared the
bill a step In the right direction. A lively
discus-! m ensued, v.hirb w finally closed
by the pipage of a m tl -n de'iring the
association not corwnlltwl to the cIshh:
under discus.'don. The election of officers
resulted President, Joseph Scott of Mile
Citv, first vice-prtiident. li F. Villi of
Helens, K-cond vice pruident, Wrn. Car
mon of Milts City, fcecrclary and treasurer,
R Harrison of "Helena. Ths cxtutl7e
committee of fifty include representatives
from Wyoming aad Dakota.
Patent Infringement Bait.
Chicago, April 30. Special from De?
Molnw, Iowa, w.y Tne Ioa Barb
Wire Manufacturing Co., of MirshallUjwn.
through R. T. Scar?, prtsidcat, tegin l!i
In the federal court here arainst Washburn
& Moea for 1 1,2.0,000 d usages for in
irtngemenl on patents usrd la lactr buf
nese. Some time aro the Marshalltown
Co. came Into ro&Ion of the Burael!
patents whoe distinctive feature were
sustained and protected by a decision of
the federal court at Bu Louis. A- few
weeks aco Mr Sears claims that Wash
x,, t. .r,, 'ii.i
u u machines ,
Li,.. faWi oa u,c Baradl patent
-K-ithiadtej o,e order of the court.
1. not- i
rne coos, vonniy jKiier3.
Chicago, April 10 Th- oounvl for the
lndlCSfcCl tOOX COOaiy OUlCtti fcr?Ued X 1
motion for a chanze of venue for certain cf I
the defendants before Judge TuJSv toiar I
Tfct pka wx nrcerf that lip defendant
could not obtsia sa Impartial trial In Couk
county, ta support oi wu ?3w extract ,
rora &e &? p.psn were read V the )
. The readias of tkevs estracta. It U
crpected, will eosasae nearly all of to- X
TAB FISHERY QDKTION.
The British Government Adopts
a Clever Base to Ascertain
the Sense of
The American People on the Mat
ter of Adjusting the
The Alleged Cablegram from
London on the Subject not
The Increased Interest In the Matter
by the People Generally Gratify
ing te tho Btate Department,
Lieut. Danenhower, tho Arctio Explorer,
Die by Sutrfd?- at Annapelle, McL
Melancholia AaeUraod as
OYER TRE OCBAN.
Loxdox, April 30. It b officially stated
that Lord Salisbury, in a dispatch sent to
Washington on Mirch 2 1, Mild that the
British government, understanding the
action of the United States in denouncing
the fishery artiolc of the treaty of Wash
ton to boiu great, degree tho result of dis
appointment at being called upon to pay
eleven hundred thousaud pounds under the
Halifax fisheries award, offers to revert to
the old condition of affairs without pecuni
ary indemnity, which offer, it trusts, will
commend itself to the American govern
ment as being based upon that spirit of
f;ood will and generosity which snoul.4 an
mate two great and kindred nations which
a common origin, language and Institutions
coast itute as bonds of amity and concord.
Several Gladstone Liberals dolre to
have parliament issue uinmoas to the edi
tor of the Times calling him before tho
bouse of commons to answer for a breach
of privilege in accusing Mr. Paraell and
other members of the house of complicity
in crime, or that Mr. Gladstone propose
the appointment of a committee to examine
The Parnellites have been consulted and
their leader oppose both propositions. If
neither Parnellites nor Gladstone take the
Initiative in movhtg fur an Investigation it
Is probable that an Independent motion will
be made which both the government aad
Liberal Uunton members will support.
The London Globe this evening says that
Mr. Biggar will sue the TIbbc for libel
and make that paper's article on "Parnell
km and crime," the scries of which the
Parnell letter was the culmination, part of
the basis of action.
Gladstone writes: "I attach very high
value and importance to manifestations row
incessant, of American as well as colonial
sympathy with Irish people iu tho crisis
created by the causeless, iiwulling, inshlu
ous bill at present before parliameut. Apnrt
from parliament and more or less formal
acknowledgements, 1 am not of the opin
ion that it will be proper or expedient for
me to take upon 1113'Kclf and uddrutH any
general communication to America on
this subject, which, however, I uoticcd and
may Bgnm noticc m parllnmenl. Still I am
very anxious and hope thu country should
have means of umiertundiDg how much
beyond the range of uny scctiaoal !mpu)cs
and how truly national the movement in
the United ritates bccini, and in thin
view I would recommend that endeavor Ihj
made to present w)ine estimate of tho tig
greuato number of person by which receut
meetings ia America are attended, likewise
a special estimate of the number of govern
ors, mayors, enators, representative, cler
gymen Hud other ofllclals of highly respon
sible pcrnoHH by whom nurh meetings are
countenanced or supported."
St. P:TRBnuna. April 20. Six rnim
arretted for complicity in tho plot to m
sascinate the Czar on thu 15th of March
have been sentenced to death. Other con
spiratori have been sentenced to Impritoa
meat for life.
Hehnanbeil lleerd From.
Chicaoo, April 20. The Daily News
tomorrow will wiy. A letter frera Ru
dolph Bchnaubclt, tho much looked for
anarchUt and alleged thrower of the ilny
market bomb, has bevn received in Chi
cago and those who are in n position to
know do not for a moment doubt Its au
thenticity. The letter is dtcd Christian,
Norwav, March, '67, and reaches ht;rc
through the medium of un anarchUt e
sheet wsued ia London by an AuxtrtiH
socialist named Jowph J'cikert
who la an old friend of Scbnaubelt Tho
fugitive denies throwing the bomb, but In
timates he Li sorry he did not do It, and
that he only left Jecaun: he knew it wm
not fe for him here. It U understood by
fiifc f needs here that he wan oa the I'atJflc
cock: until the anarchUt trUl ended in Chi
cago. aad then worked hU way to Clinton,
latrr to iiomosy aad finally u Kurwar
IHog now on one of the vessels in the
.Northern a fihiog herriagf.
Ciseis:.vn, O . Apnl 20 The Arm 'f
Procter &. Gamble, muiufsctureni, made
an elaborate proposition for allowing tlwir
employ Ut aare la the rrflt of the firm
The pmn 1 to appoint three trutte-, two
book ktcpew aad a upiriBteadeat ia the
firm ' employ, who fthnll Vsclte e. jtArts
cexUla the amount of prwats during the
preceding six months, llovrIng - ex
p?neJ six ptt cent.oa the capital capio ved
and reasonable Mdark- to cu.Tab"rs of the
firm dtvotiag the.r tlnw to tbs inxrwt r.od
then divide the proata U.-lti the firm
aad employe la proportion to eapiul and
wge ernei The f tajdotf aco-pied the
imposition with tbsak. aad rco!vl to al
o no ouuldc fo!lt:ea'; to div.nrb lbe rt-
Lstioas btlwera lbn and Ibefr taplojerR.
I'orkopolls of tfce 1Tet.
Ka.xias Citt, April 20 Elnrxa 4 Co..
ntrk pftcksn oi Indlvuipolis and Atchtwn.
wi.l remove lhtr houc to this city, taving
rarefaaed rroaml tiAm.r tn h kw ritrr
ttppoilie the stock yard TEy wlH ops
about September lt with a capacity for
packlfig two tbDUtaad aog daily A
Uraccb win be mimiainod at IaGufl;!u
Lost or htoln.
Kmr YoRr ArrG 20 fn lh coitus s
0; e2eof xtlt morulas irrr anccart! Ux
dy aa adrertleoJt lar a ?73.ty0 drf t.
M tilth hsrf jX2 Ui or UmAkq ll wa.
draft on th task North Aiaerfcs of Psllv
dtlonfa. oo lht- bn ul l&e He York
"atlosal BaaUnr Aociuo3, of ew
YorJr aad dzzed Apri 7th. J7. No 233,
for 73 wuu loenJeret utwa jur-.. og
uppoi Ui have gc s.uray la w audi,
Ths irtter wbkrh coculccd th draft ws
maOed ai FMladclpcJa oa April i th. ry-
saeat wae tppta.