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successor to tlio Dcniocrat-Advuiice.
POUT WORTH, TEXAS, SATURDAY, aEAllOH 10, 1885).
VOL. 7, NO. 70.
Houbo Bolng Handicapped, tlio
Senate Givoa It Odds by Ad
journing Till Tuesday.
Election or tlio jjiii to Amend and
Ti-11Anr1 flAmiMtaetftti ftlll TA
JJ itaiUUt" vw...i.aui .uu ,.Lu-
ceived Its Deatn mow in tho
Veat Little Speech With Some
ffFiro in It Concerning Lohhyists'
and Their Work.
., ... Ilia nu.Attll.
?""" . "u r.. r..,
olliu introduced a bill to increase the
iind of tlio state treasurer to a half
The" house uoing ucniim mo senate
(rausactiug uusincss, Air. uoocn
dved to adjourn till Tuesday. Car-
Ou motion of Mr. Taylor tlio regu-
urnruerwaH suspended, una mo mil
oiillrnilug patents 10 tunus granieu
i Henry Castro, in trust tor church
ml school purposes in Medina county.
Fas taken up and passed.
Mr. Chenoweth called up tho bill to
liuend and make more elllclent thu lo-
al option HiffH 01 tlio stato.
There was an adverse report upon
tie bill, and after a brief discussion
lie report was adopted ana tno uin
Mr. Caven called up tho bill prpvid-
iii for separate ballot boxes for slate
nd federal elections and after some
Ucussion tho bill was matte tno
pedal order for next Monday.
'llio runway coniiiiisiuimr; inucaiiie
in as regular order.
I Mr. Foster of Limestone moved to
luconsidur tho vote adopting tho four-
euth beet ion of thu bill which reiers
i suits for damagcH against railroads.
I Mr. Foster oU'erud an amendment.
Ind Mr. Hill offered u substitute for
After considerable discussion, the
fcibatiuilo of Mr. Hill was adopted.
makes tlio line for tho first
(Tense in violating tho provisions of
lie bill not less than one hundred nor
lioro than one thousand dollars, and
lilKequcut offense's not less than live
luiidred nor more than two thousand
bllius. to bo recovered before any
tint of competent jurisdiction, and
he i couutv tuient or employe may uo
r. . ..-,. . .'i
able to tnreo limes tno amount 01
Sections ilfteen, Jbtxleen and scvon-
len were adopted without anienu-
Mr Hill ofiered an amendment com
piling railroads to transport freights
rithln a reasonable time in the order
Iwelved, and making said companies
liable for damages at tho rate of ten
mi cunt, per montli lor rcasonanic ue-
la)". Tlio anienument was auopiou.
I Action eighteen which was adopted
Iirides the roads into two classes, A
IndBfor passoneer tarill rates, the
former being through lines and tlio
latter lines lens than fifty miles hi
lencth: tho passenger tariff
lm A beiner three cents a mile, and on
Kit four cents, and children under
Iwolve years half price.
una motion to sinue out nwiuun
liditecn a long discussion ensued
Ka general nature, pending which
IMr. Hazel wood moved to adjourn
until Tuesday morning. Tho motion
vas lost, by ayes b, nays uo.
The house adlourned until three
Mr. Fisher introduced a petition
ifrointho citizens of Harris county
askiiic tho abrogation of the peniten
uu motion or Mr. J-Yvniiortiie nouse
Mil dlmlnishlmr tho .jurisdiction of
county court of Matagorda couutv was
iHKen up ami the senate amendment,
incurred in which adds other coun
Thi r-iilrnnil hill was then taken UP.
tiie question being the motion of Mr,
tuiui lUhiriKO Olllfieuium uihiiivkh,
anil the motion prevailed.
nr. Avers inovou to striKo out w
liou twenty, which section contains
Uio" classifications and in fact is the
whole pith of tho bill. After a short
lUciission the motion prevailed by
VesOO. navsli.'t. as follows:
.! 1 . A I 4 .. .
, Ayes iessi-8. Auuott, Acuer, uio,
iiiarrett. Iinrrv. Hoimvldes. lhirns,
I Caven, Cliambors of Collin, Chambers
lf Tarrant, C'Mffhuui, Cravens, Cun
Ifir, Davis of Camp, Dennis, Duff, J21-
, 1'itiPli, 1-lsher, i' osier 01 umy
;il, Frymler, Unives, Harknes,
uiie. Henderson; Hill, .Tackson,
Ktsndnll, Kine;, Labatt, Latham,
ifcKlnnev, Moore of Washington,
Newton, "Odom, Parsons, Patterson,
leers, itobertson of Williamson, Kob
"hoii of Jack, Itogers, ltosenthal,
tl, Smith, Tavlor, Tucker, Upton,
Xayb Messrs. Armistead, Brown,
Smp, Kthrldge, Foster of Limestone,
ffluk, C'hJuoweth, Cochrane, Cramer,
"want. Carrisnn. lfarrisoh. Hazle-
least thirty days before tlio beginning
of tho next session. Tho niitendment
Mr. Gibson offered a substitute for
tho bill which provides for tho ap
pointment by tlu governor of
a state engineer to hold office
for two years at a salary of $3,000, with
u clerk at a salary of $1,600.
Tho bill prohibits discriminations
and fixes penalties for the same, pro-
vines ior uiiuorm rales, but tor no
classifications. Willi this difference
it is nearly the same in cflect as the
Mr. Gibson spoke at some
length in favor of his substi
tute, which ho believed would
probably meet the views of tho house
as a compromise measuie. He con
tended that unless some compromise
is utlected tho miembers would ho com
pelled to go homo without any legis
lation on this subject. -His remarks
were well tempered and tvinced a de
slro to conpromlso between the twp
opposing elements iu tho house.
Mr. Iilll moved that the substitute
and the bill as amended le printed In
tho journal, and made a ipeclal order
Mr. Foster of LtmesUno got tlio
fiodr aud made n red-hot speech. He
contended that to make sich an order
at tills stairo of tho session would beto
bury tho bill beyond resuircotiau.- Ho
did notonargo tuat uiosuusuuiip was
Intended to defeat all railroad lojdala.
tion, because of the sourei from vhleh
it came, but contendixl that such
would be tho effect of its introduction.
Ho referred to tlio object jon urgec that
tho commissioners could bo cornpted
and said if three men could be cor
rupted, how much caslei it woud bo
to corrupt one man. IJo consilered
that tho action of the conuiitteo
had been vindicated.
.lust hero tho gentleman grev ex
cited, and in an iifipavslcnatu mnmer
relerreu to ine worK oi inu puoy,
charging that the work of his conmlt
tce - had been impeded by way that
aro dark and tricks that are
vain. He did not Jhargo
any man with having been
corrupted, and he hoped for ih sake
oVUio Texas legislature and th whole
state that none had been, but o con
tended that tho action of the buse to
day was not iu accord with th desires
unci expressed wishes of the oplo of
the state, and every member 'hen he
wept home would bo forced tc answer
to his constituents on this sulect.
The remarks of tho gentleian were
delivered in an impasslonati manner
and created considerable senitlon.
Mr. Mclviuney replied to ,'r. 1-osier
and said he had heard aspflion east
upon tho committee and h did not
consider that tlio conimiltc required
anv vindication nor did th members
who had voted against eertn teatures
of this bill need any vindlitiou. They
were not responsible to ancommitteo
or thegenlleman irom jui csioue.
Mr. Foster "If I saldnythlng In
the heat of debate toofi'-nd any
member I cheerfully wltlraw the re
mark. ,, , . ,
Mr. Hill withdrew hisutlon which
has the effect to prescrvoio bill space
on the calendar and to hfo tho sub
stitute printed in tie joinals.
A messago was recehl from the
governor calling attentiq to the fact
that the appropriations'br the past
two years wore exhausti on the 2nd
instant and urging pront notion upon
tho bill now before the Juse.
On motion of Mr. (Snowcth the
house bill for the relief i tho heirs of
J no. W.Thompson wl1 fell at the
Alamo was taken up anengrossed.
On motion the house Ijourned.
sit is believed now til the Cheno
weth bill wilt be final defeated in
tho house, and thatMr.libson's sub
stitute will share tho ssjo fato as the
friends of the bill willu turn fight
tho substitute and thususuro Its de
feat. There is a gooilleal of harsh
talk to-night whlol of course,
suits those enhvoring to
stave oh' all; legislation
the subject just lio- juugiugoy
Senator-Elect Bowenof Colorado Tes
tifies Beforo tho Star Route
Court and Jury.
Middloton tho Banker DoTonds Bclford
and Dorsoy Concorhing tho
Tho Cabinet in Session Consldoro Ar
rangements for Filllnc Out tho
Blaino Denies That Ho Was Shot
While Biding in a Public
on llie suujcei jwsu m iii's "J
expressions of membelthcre appears
very little of the sdt of eompro-
The penitentiary leajbill will come
up in the house eaiiyiext week, and
the knowing ones sant will be con-
Proiuinciit newspas" in tho west
and north arc telegrlilng here for
Information with rnru io ran
road legislation ar, i -tentlary
leases. KVcntly Texas
matters just now aroUractlng con
siderable attention abul.
The attornov gencrais considering
., Vnw iniiinrtimt Inirv touching
land matters fromponmilssloner
Walsli. His opialotwril not bo
ready for u day or twot.
Thehouso appropnun bill, as fin
ished in enmmitteoofie whole yes
terday, was considoly increased
over the amount as Hume from the
finance committee. 1! opinion pre
vails that the senate l cut it down
(Jov. SnruKiie's nrringc.
ninin.iMiiil. Vn.. Mar 9. -Hx-Gov-
.r,wr Win. Sm-acue oRliodc
was married to-uight
ootf, Jones, Liuilsey, MoUrltle, .m
""mlel.Mcnarity.MooroorMoCleiinun ; Nash, Patlon, Phelps, Itoberson of
l?trop, Hharp, Stagner, Stringer,
H-Qll. 'I'lllf... MV,.-nt,M.l Willie.
.-vtit .vntin"" -
"trs Dorn inez univcrpi urwuum-i
5i?t VIrglniaTho bride is
ii native of Connccticulnit lias been
ii.. i AVi.t virL'lnlMirtcen years,
'iMu.pnunlclea for thaorthwarcl at
uootis iiiid WiirHiiiiiin:;.
Absent-Messw. Adams of Aods,
Adaiuhoffrlnltv, Dhmut, Urownlng,
ltfu, Davis 'of Lamar, Douglass,
", Johnson, Lee, Leo, Mathews,
Alpine, Meriwellier, Moore of
Jutland. Mourxand, Pt'iidleton,
Veiling, Si"el, .Stout, Thomiison or
tlu. Thopip,i.n. of Bexar and
' Ihoij - si,
'iiThiv renmiiiing sections of
Jc bill .,., Blrli-kuli: out
. they had reference merely to the
r Mr. Clwmnii'Llli nV.rr(l (111 alllClld-
f'it pmvhUng that tlio cominlson
2f Prepare a tarift of freight and pas-
SV wira " present copies i"
'stmlrs BTOl of the- legislature at
Sprlngicld,Mass., Mi y.-;Toseph
n. l.oonies was hangechls afternoon
for the murder of Dal Everett hi
A-awam, Two hund pewons wit
nessed tho execution, hjues supnle
nented the confessiomade Tuesday
y reading n statemenn the scallold
acknowledging tho 'imo aud at
tributing it foj"".-.
Kew York, Mh 9,-The
lnuliic&i failures t last fceven
livs were S32 agnlnrf" last Meek.
Vuw Fngland states i'Mlddle, forty,
Western eighty, Soutrn fifty-seven,
liefflo t and Toforles rtwenty
seyen, New York citand Brooklyn
twelve. ; .'
Washington, March . In the star
routo trial to-day Wilson resumed tho
introduction of official records of tines
and commissions from tho contract of
Tho ctltiro morning session was con
sumed in this tedious work which was
interrupted after recess to allow of tho
examination of Senator T. M. Bowcn,
of Colorado. He proceeded to give au
account ot mo development ot uoio
rndo, tho extension of railway com
munication, tho growth of ths cattle
Interest and tlio statu of mail facilities.
Tlio witness identified his signature
to sovcrnl letters and portions relating
to tho Colorado routes and said these
papers correctly represented tho needs
of tho country. Ko cross-examination.
The examination of office pa
pers was then resumed. When tho
reading of petitions had progressed
several hours tho court endeavored to
brine; it to an end by declaiimt thu pe
titions filed after order for exepitlon
had been made and wero worthless.
rngersoll replied at some length.
Ho said tho petitions justified the
orders. They representee! tlio will of
tho people and their voice.
"In what way?" inquired the court.
Ingersoll (holding up a paper)
"The persons who signed this peti
tion." The court (contemptuously) "Ohl1'
Ingersoll asserted that every Blgner
was entitled to as much consideration
us if ho had been president of the
United Stales. That was his Idea
of a republic.
Tho court replied that this
thing of calling law meeting
tho voice of the people was doing iu
Justice to tho prose.
Merrick said so might tho voice of
tho defendants have been called the
v'olcooftbo people when they asked
their share In the distribution of the
Tho readimr of papers was resumed
and continued mi to iidlournment.
Secretary Frellughuyson has learned
from tho consul at Curacoa, that Im
mediately after the Valencia was fired
upon, he called upoq tho governor In
relation to tho matter aud found that
lie had already heiruu investion as to
the firing ami regulations by which it
became possible. Tho investigation
was conducted by the nttorney general
and tho offenso was found to ho duo
to an old regulation of tho time of sla
very and passports and to the fault of
pollcowho had not Immediately pre
sented a Valencia port pass to tlio
guard. A responsible olficcr or thu
police has been punished aud the
regulation changed so that th firing
of shot by the fort is
now prohibited. The governor has
expressed l'egret for the occur
rence. Tho qucstlnu as to when tho tax on
capital and deposits of banks, bankers
and national banking associations will
cease under operntion of tho act of
March Ilrd, to reduce tho internal rev
enue tax has not been decided. No
decision will bo made on this question
till a caso aribe. Tho statement that
opinion had been asked from the attor
ney general Is incorrect. It Is the
opinion of curtain officers of the treas
ury department that under section
thirteen which prescribes that tho re
peal of tho existing laws enumerated
Iu this act shall not affect any right
accrued or acruing It will probably
be held that such taxes must be levied
for the period ending March Jld, tho
date of the passage of tho act. Unless
this ruling shall prevail the national
ImnkH will have paid taxes on capital
and deposits to January 1st, and other
banks and bankers to December 1st,
giving the latter an advantage of a
Tho secretary of tho Interior decided
tho case involving the claim of the
state of California to a tract of land of
about 100.000 acres lying upon tho bor
ders of Lake Tulare. The decision
approves the Crelghton survey nnd
awards tho.lands to the state ol Call
rornia, under the swamp land grants
of September 28, 1850.
Tho cabinet meeting to-day was at
tended by all tho members except tlio
were considered for filling the existing
vacancies on the civil service commis
sion. ... '
Tho president re-appointed Na
thaniel Banks United Males marshal
of Boston. His present term expires
Monday next. Tho president also
appointed Jos. II. MeGbce
United State marshal for the western
district of Missouri vice C. C. Allen
The treasury department l" In
receipt of all sorts of Inquiries in regard
to tlio proper construction of certain
provisions f the new Uiritl bill. It 1
stated on good authority that none or
these tariff questions will bo paed
upon by tho department until tho new
law goes Into effect. , , A
Middletoii, tho banker referred to
yesterday by Jteerdell In connection
with the2,0:Xi check alleged to have
been given Belford, said tls morning
(hut tlinreeord of the CUtrllrt of the
pari tire from the general way in
which they were drawn.
i uo romemoer that- there was a I
chock of DorsCy's which was not paid
until after tho Identification, but my
recollection Is It was for n small sum
and not ror$2,000.
Hon. David, IMyIk will bo married at
Faycttvlllc, North Carolina, Tuvsdav
morning next. Tho bridal party: wjll
start for California the samo morning,
stopping n few days In Bloouilngton
Mr. Blaluo was called upon to-day
for the purpose of ascertaining what
foundation there was lor tlio report
current at a late hour last night that
a pistol was fired through a carriage
window In which ho and Beprosentu
tlvo MeKluloy weru riding one even
ing last Week.
Mr. Blaino snld: "On
Thursday evening last
Mr. MeKinley nnd myself rodo from
thecapttol to the Ebbltt House Iu tho
same carriage. From tho Ebbltt
Escape of Eagan.Who Has Boon Under
Survcillanco of tho Police.
Tho Govornmont In Possession of Evi
dence ns to tho Identity of
Report of tho Sinking of tho Navarre
by-tho Surviving Crow and
Franco Decides That Sho Will
Surrender Byrno Othor
House, where I stopped a few minutes,
x roue nnnio nioue. J uismiRseu the
carriage as soon as I ascertained that
nono ot thu ramlly wero out to he sent,
to for. Tho next day about noon I
learned that one of the large panes o'f
glass In tho carriugo had been broken
and fragments, of glasfj scattered pro
fusely over thy seat on which MpKlu
ly and T hint been sitting. A few
hoursaftorl heard of it I inquired of
MoKlnly whether he had noticed n
noise nrurcakaire during our rldo and
ho said not the sllghest. Ho remarked
that tho windows In both doors of the
carriage were closed beforo wo left the
capllol, tho air being quite sharp. Ho
remembered this distinctly. as I did
also, for ho threw his cigar away with
tno reman; mat no wouui not smouu
In tho closo carriage. Of course a
pistol ball fired into tho car
riage must have gone through
It or been loutul. 11 aid not go
through, and no ball lias been found.
In my opinion thu hole was never
made by a pistol ball, Jt more resem
bles a crash from a ktone hurled vio
lently. "What Is your theory about 11?"
inquired tho reporter.
"1 hnvo none," replied Mr. Blaine,
"I only know tlio window was not
broken whilo I was hi tho carriage.
What occurred afterwards I have no
means of knowing."
Mr. Blaino also said ho attached no
Importance or significance, whatever,
to tlm broken carriage window, and
regretted that any notice had been
taken of It.
EMMA HON I).
Remarkable Tenacity to
a Great SufTorer.
Taylorvllle. 111.. March
1'hnmu Bond, who has suffered so long
and patiently, seems to have renewed
her lease upon life, aud Is now making
rapid strides toward health, nor
frlends.are trroatly elated over tho fact
that she is only subjected to fifteen or
twenty nervous chills a day. With
tho convening of court tho Interest iu
the case has been somewhat renewed,
and it is again tho theme of conversa
tion. It is confidently asserted
by Vermillion's counsel that his
trial, which Is set for thu KJth,
will positively conio off. If the
case should be called and tried it will
be without the presence of Miss Bond,
as her physician sayH it will bo impossi
ble for her to appear then. Dr. Vermil
lion's attorneys claim that ho and
they are anxious for tho trial and will
lusfbt upon having it, claiming that
the doctor is innocent. In order to
bring their caso beforo the court in tho
absence of Miss Bond , they propose to
admit thattho outrage was committed
upon her nt tho time, at tho place aud
iu the manner specified, relying solely
upon their ability to prove au alibi.
Memphis,Toiiii., March 0. A special
to the Western Associated Press from
Helena says the river Jihh been station
ary since yesterday, with forty-six feet
and eleven Inches on the gnuge. It
was stationary at Madison yesterday
and is probably falling to-day. A de
cline is confidently expected here by
.Sunday. Work on tlio leveo is
still going on. Confidence of
Kifcty in this vicinity is fully restored.
Tin country below Is entirely sub
merged, the water in many places
blowing over tho lovecs back into tho
river. Reports from Austin, Clarks
dalo and Friars Point are of the most
discouraging character. Xot a jingle
house in any place named cr-caped tlio
deluge. To-day is clear and calm, Wig
gins to the contrary notwithstanding.
London, March I). Owing to tho
heavy galo the tldo in tho Clyde Is re
markably low. ThostcainorsDevony,
Circassian, Manitoba and several
Others were at onotlmo aground, The
Hull fishing tleet suffered seriously by
the gale, Eighty vessels of tho fieol
arrived there In a damaged condition.
Twelv'o of them lost members of their
crews, three vessels foundered, and ono
of them with all hands. Similar ac
counts wero received from tho Yur
mouth fishing fleets.
Bullion lo tho amount of $200,000
was bought yesterday for export to
Now York, to bo forwarded
by Saturday's steamers. Tho
purchase was made In advance
In order to cuard luialnst a possible
rlso of cold eairles. At tho Bank of
'England to-day 12,000 had
oeeu raiseci io uciniy uic wm ui iviap
senting the holders of Virginia bonds
and vindicating their rights beforo
tribunals In the United States, it Is
bollovcd a council of foreign bond
holders are quite ready to test tho Con
sequences ot tho decision of tho su
premo court at Washington rendered
Monday last In regard to Virginia
bonds by vigorous action of the three,
suits against Virginia. The
council has ample funds.
The press association says the gov
i.rnmunt vc.Mtenlav mailed to France
and will shortly mail to America, dep
ositions relating io mo man Known as
"number ono" and, other persons
whoso names wero revealed at a pf l
vatelnoulrv in Dublin.
A runs diHpaicn to me wiftsays
Frank Byrno was released at S:lf last
evening, ,tho authorities not deeming
his a caso Tor extradition.
The nnnio of the steamer lost while
on the way from Copenhagen to Loltli
was Navarre and not Nayero as first
reported. Six oT her passengers had
intended to embark for America by
the Anchor lino, and ihlrty-threq
adults and ten infants by tlio State
line. Four nmlo emigrants named
Anderson. Hcrnlbburir. NVKreu and
MeMuncl wero rescued ami landed at'
Hull. Fivo other passengers tiro on
board a Dutch fishing smack, Alto
gether six of the crew and 1en passon-
t'l.i-M worn Raved.
The Dutch fishing smack which
pick up fivo of the Navarro's paisen
in. liiiH arrived at Hull.
Thu survivors give thu following ac
count of thu loss of the steamer, Tues
day when 200 miles from Christian
Land tho Navarro was struck by a
heavv sea. Tho cargo was shifted and
Wednesday the furohold filled, when
a fishing smack approached the Na
varre. Ten men took a boat and
boarded tho smack, letting tho small
boat drift. Tho smacked sailed around
tho sinking steamer, hut having no
boat was unable to render any help.
Tho emigrants' In the mcantlnibelllUg
to tho rigging, the sea washing over
them. 1 ii a short lime another smack
itrrtved. Fftcen of the Navarro's men
endeavored to reach her In another
boat, but It swamped and all
were drowned. Thu steamer ar
rived only hi tlmij to
rescue sir persons ntrugitlhur III the
watur, tho Navarre foundering,
Vienna. March P. Of tlio ocallsts
on trial here, charged with high irons
tftnnta on the lives t Btirko and
Paris, Match 3. Thu procurur ha.
Informed Byrne that tho cliargo In
connection with tho Plmmlx Park
murders Is withdrawn, but n new
charge or complicity In nn attempt to
murder Juror Field and Judge Law
rence has been preferred against him.
Tho procurer received, lato yesterday,
testimony from Jan. Caroy, brother ol
Peter, swearing Byrne attended thu
meeting of tho luvluetblcs in Dublin
In Attgust, 1KS2, at which Urady, Mill
lott and Caroy wero also present.
Byrne professes complete. Ignorance of
the dealings or thu Invluel
blosi and says ho never met,,
Peter Carey. Brady or Mtillett.
Madrid, March 8. Tho mayor of
Xora received a letter containing ai' "
threat to poison tho drinking water.
IT the prosecution of the Black Hand
society Is continued.
Two Famous Murdorers Ollmb
Goldon Stairs via Now York.
New York, March O.-MeGloln and
Majouu wore hanged nt &12 this morn
ing. Both men wore pronounced
dead at 8i22 n. in, Uasmialo Majore"
awoko at Ci u, m. and dressed with
care. MqGloln had been awnkv
half hn hour earlier. Both
said that they felt well last
night. They had expressed an Inten
tion of setting up all night, but short
ly after midnight retired, They
seemed anxious to dovoto uvury mo
ment of their last hours to religious
conversation and exercise with their
spiritual advisors. Alter they arose
llev. Fathers Dunahguoutand Auxlc
letus went to their colls and Joined
them hi prayer. Tho men then went'
to tlio chapel In the prison to attend
mass. ToduMithoy had to pass un
der tho gallows. McGloln boro the
sight with firmness, but Midnne burst,"
forth iu tears and bulled his face iu
his handkerchief. A number of boys
uud'womcu pilBoucrs gathered iu tiie
chapel. In returning to their cells
they had again to pans beneath
tho gallows hut neither seemed to no
tlcolt. They spoko a few woids oT greeting
to two acquaintances and sumo of tho
keepers oh their way back to their
colls and their demeanor
was calm and collected. (Shortly
after this thoy patlook of
breakfast with apparent relish and
McGloln conversed pleasantly with
his counsel. 1(0 thanked him for his
HorviccH and thou bade hlni a last fare
well, Tho religious ministrations of
tlio clergy wero then rcsuinud and
continued up to tho tlmwwhen tho
sheriff and uudcr-flhoriffiiunuunccd
that thu hour luvd onio for the read
ing of thu death warrant, Both boro
thu terrible ordeal without filuohlug
and the the executioner uppwired and
fixed tho nooses alwut their nooks
and the black caps upon their heads.
liollglouH exhortations continued by
tho priests and wore Joined
In by both tho coudcmciid men.
Both men were lli-in whim they
marched tothegallowfl.ou which they
fell on their knees ami prayed aloud
with the priests.
Tho drop fell at 8il2, three iiiIiuiIck
after tho prisoners entered the yard.
Death was Instantaneous.
ii,, .,.!.-j fur Aiurn-,1 and HePteuibcr,
c71), does not show oue ior wie nun m
2,000 charged against Dowfv'js JU'Of
dell said It would. Homo of Dorey's
checks, said Middleton, were very
badly written. His eyesight Ik ww
and wo were more than careful with
his checks when there was a dc.
Bellows Falls, Vt., March V, A firo
this morning destroyed the building
occupied by the Vermont Farm Ma
chine company nnd Osgood fc Barker,
machinist. Losses on building, 1G,
000; no insurance. Osgood &, Barker
lost 30,O00; insured for 'tJ2,r,uo, Thu
Vermont Farm Maehlno company
lost S1.,,0(K; Insured for $25,000.
Denver, March !). A fircat Buena
Vista this morning destroyed a block
or eight muidings, including uciicr ,
Ilallack's bank. Loss, $20,000.
Danville, Vu., March . The tobac
co factories of V. T. Clark, W. F.
Pallouand L. T. Straus wero burned
this morning, Valued at ?Ps,000, fully
insured, Tlio buildings were tenant
ed by elsrht firms, who lost their Muck
nnd fixtures estimated at flO.OoO; in-'
Springfield, Ohio, Maali -V-MartJii
Luther Helfe, last night, fifteen min
utes after returning irom cnurcn wmi
his wife fired thrcOsboUi Into her nlid
then shot Iihueirdcau.
on and complicity in murder, two are
women and one is the wife of a man
named Hat who decamped to Ameri
ca with part of the plunder derived
from the robbery of Meistallengcr.
Purls, March 0. Six thotiMiuil per
sons most of them attracted by mo
tives of curiosity, collected on the Ks
planndcsdo Invalldes this afternoon.
The pollco without resistance pre
vented groups from forming. I'iltceu
porscnis were arrested. It was report
ed that Louise Mlchell was among the
dumber. The police dispersed a body
or fivo hundred men who were march
ing to tho Klyseo, thu home or Prcsl
(tmiL Grew. Tho afi'ali' was a fiasco.
' After tlio crowd dispersed a mob of
one thousand persons returned aim
broke windows ami overturned car
riages. The pollco finally scattered
the mob. Tno report that Lnul"C
Mlciiol was an listed Is denied.
Dublin, Mutch l).Jenkinson, di
rector of tho Irish criminal investiga
tion department, htates that Hguh has
been under police supervision some
time, but left Ireland Thursday un
known to the police. Jeiiklnson be
lieves that Egan lied because he
thought ir Sheridan wa extradited
Important evidence would eomc into
the hands of thu authorities Three
letters from Eagau were found on
Carey's premises, dated October jiml
November, 1881, at which time the
Invincible wero estobllhod. One of
these letters oxnrPHHcs tho hope that
I Carey will succeed in the work he bus.
His filght Is regarded as nffoi'dhiK
the strongest moral evidence of the in
timate connection of tho html league
with crimes In Ireland. I,t Jsnmmrcd
the government has evidence proving
beyond a :doubt that number one"
Is an Irish-American olficcr of the
land league now in America.- ,
Hp)wirywJH ofu,,, ,K,llteby shamming slcUhess
Dr. Kenny maintained the deception
by visiting Idxnn,
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Denver, Col., Murcli y. Ciovonior
Grunt authorizes tho statement that
ho will veto the bill passed by tho last
legislature taxing -the net output or
Smltli testified flint In; watched the
comim talof tiie PhiHilx Park mur
der, and gave (he details of the at
Tho Prophot Says, "Unensy Lieu the
Head That Dips in tho Future."
Halifax, N. S., March H.-The
weather Is pleasant and clear with
wind from the northwest. There is
uo appearance ofa storm In this region.
Professor Wiggins was asked last plghl
Ifho could poreelvo signs of a storm
being close at hand and when lis ap
pearance would bo perceptible at Hall
fax. He replied as follow:
"The coming of the hloriu Is a scien
tific deduction, and 1 can, though my
Infallablllty is not oven that or thr
prophet .louah, AI this writing II i
dear and cold. The heavy
meteors which fill the last two
days show that unusual pressure is ex
pected on thu earth, Tho storm wilt
bo on you to-morrow afternoon or Sat
urday The great tidal wave is now"
llowlug up the bay of Bengal,
Ottawa, Old., March K.'1 Uneasy,
lies the head that dips Into tlio fu
ture," mild Wiggins to a friend- to
day. Thu force ofthotemark will be oh
served when It Is known that the
weather prophet has been sorely
troubled in iiiliid and tumble to sleep
for tin- pant ten nlglit, and to
add to his discomfort, thrcnlomutf
letters arc wild to have poured In from
all sides. Ho Is heartily sick of the
buslines and longs for Tuesday next
ho that his mind WU bo relieved, It
Is stated that a large crowd of excited
women waited on the professor this
morning and asked him whoro they
could find a place of uttfuty during the
storm. Jlaquletcd them by saying
Ottawa would onlyoxpcrlfti.ee tho'tull
end of the shock. The weather to-day
Is mild and lower pressure prevails.
An Attempt to Thaw a Oau of.,
Explosive RcuultH ao Usual.
PltUlmrg, .March ti. A terrible
iilokioii of dvnamlte ivsiilthu: in
stunt death to one man nnd serious hi-
Juries to three others, occurred thlrt
morning nt ti o'clock ut Fletlngs etoiio
quarry, DtuqmuirH tioiiiw,iu,ar-iJC,-
Jveespori. ucorgc unu inmvt nvn.
litiidtr. Niibtit fJllkcv and an unkuou'ii
colored mini wire ut rorlc in tlio
quarry, Oue of them atti'tupted to
thaw out ucau of dynamite which
hud froen and tlio explosion followed
with loud rcjort',scuttcrlugwclniiid
dirt hi vxory dlivctioii. Daniel Hcn
iihiger V'aij killed outright and C'corgo
Heiinlugor.and the t'olprcd miorw,
budlv Jmr' lu"t they will die, ?iobw
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