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Til K A KG US TUESDAY. APKIL 5, 1892.
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Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U- S. Gov't Report
Towns in Seven States Express
MICHIGAU AND IOWA IN THE LIST.
Alio Ohio, with Indiana, Illinois, Kansas
and North Dakota Represented by a
w Towns The People's Party Influ
ences Some Results Democratic Fac
tions in Xouislana Cannot Agree and
There Are Four Tickets with Blood
shed Possible Teller on Silver.
Laxsixo, Mich., April & Municipal
elections were held throughout the state
yesterday. In this city the Republicans
overturned last year's Democratic major
ity of S50 and elected their entire ticket
With the exception of the clerk. The ques.
tion of a municipal lighting plant as
gainst the present so-called gas monop
oly turned the tide in favor of the Repub
licans. Jackson elected a Republican
mayor, and for the first time in several
years the Republicans have a majority in
e council. At Holland the Republicans
elected their ticket by small majorities.
From Other Michigan Towns.
At Ypsilanti the Republicans gained
one alderman, breaking the tie in the
council. Ann Arbor re-elected the Demo
cratic mayor. The council is a tie. The
election at Iron Mountain was hotly con
tested, but the issues were purely local.
The citizens' ticket was elected. The
Republicans were victorious in DcOitur,
Benton Harlior ami Marshall, and the
Democrats won in Mt. Clements, St.
Ignace ami Manistee. Republicans also
carried Coldwater, elected mayor at Che
boygan, overturning Democratic majority
oi jast year, elected all but one alder
man at Hillsdale with the city ticket, and
carried Ionia. The Peoples' ticket won at
First Time in Ten Yeitr.
At Grand Rapids the republicans won
for the first lime in ten Years, owing to
the People s party vote. The latter elect
ed a councilman. The People's party
elected mayor at Grand Haven. Demo
crats carried Monroe, also Ray City, beat
ing the Republicans and People's party
combined. Other places Lndington,
Republican; Ijike Linden, Democratic;
Sault Ste. Marie, Democratic; Sturgis,
Democratic; Muskegon, Republican.
Surprise at Saginaw.
Saginaw, Mich., April 5. The munici
pal election in this city yesterday was a
genuine surprise. The Republicans made
a clean sweep and carried everything. AV.
S. Linton was elected mayor by a majority
of l,0iiO. The reform ticket curried Ewea
naba. Dowapiac elected a Democratic
mayor, supervisor, recorder, and one alder
man; remainder of ticket Republican. At
Port Huron Republicans carried the day.
Republican gain of :Kt in the county.
CITY ELECTIONS IN OHIO.
Republicans Seem to Have Done Most of
Daytov, O., April.".. Republicans elect
ed Joseph A. Wort mini mayor by a plural
ity of tw o votes. They also elected C. W.
Dale for police judge by 445 plurality and
re-elected John Tessyman for waterworks
trustee by 571. The Democrats elect their
candidates for clerk of police court, wood
measurer, and infirmary director by plu
ralities ranging from' 14 to 3S5. As a re
sult of redistricting the city council will
Stand: Republicans, 10; Democrats, 4. The
Tote was light, and there was much
Columlms Klects Republicans.
CoiXMias, Iud., April 5. At the mu
nicipal election yesterday the Republicans
carried their ticket, electing Jams P.
Bliss member of the board of public works
by 270 majority; the two magistrates,
Fritchey And Parsons, and a majority of
ine city council ana board of education.
The Democrats elected two police commis
sioners. Overly and Pfeiffer, who had no
opposition. The council will now stand
eighteen Republicans, twelve Democrats.
and the board of education ten Repub
licans and live Democrats.
Democrats Cain Three f otincllmen.
ZAXESYILLE, O., April 5. Only minor
city officers were voted for yesterday, luid
the vote was very light. The city went
Democratic by SoOandthe candidates o
that party were all re-elected. The Demo
crats gain three councilmen. The Repub
licans of this- judicial district elected
Chambers, their candidate for common
pleas judge by 1,000 majority.
Results ut Cincinnati.
Cincinnati, April 5. In the municipal
election held here yesterday the Repub
licans elected ten members of the council
and the Democrats five, making it stand
twenty Republicans and ten Democrats.
The Republicans gain three In the board
of education and also elect Fred W.
Moore, superior court judge by a majority
of 4,796. .
FlNDLAT, O., April 5. Local elections
were held throughout Ohio for the selec
tion of township and municipal officers
yesterday and returns now coming indi
cate that the Republicans were, generally
successful. They carried this city by not
less than 1,000 majority, the largest in the
history of the city. .
Democrats Elected as t'suaL. - '
Wapakoseta, O., April 5. The entire
Democratic ticket was elected in this city
yesterday, as usual, although the majority
for mayor was cut from 850 to 93.
MIXED RESULTS IN ILLINOIS.
IJcense, Antl-Ueense and, the Two Great
Parties Divide Honors.
Mount Carroll, 111., April 5. The
tity election resulted in the license party
electing a mayor and four aldermen. The
anti-license police magistrate was elected.
FfLTON, I Is., April 5. At the city elec
tion here the entire Independent ticket
Gkskseo, Ills., April 5. The issue at the
election was prohibition and license. The
license party carried every ward and
elected Its mxyor.
Salem, Ills., April 5. The result of the
municipal election here was a Waterloo
for the license party. Its ticket was de
feated in all the four wards and the anti
license city marshal was elected.
Maisknuo, Ills., April 5. The following
ticket was elected without opposition:
President of the board, S. K. Barthalo
mew, Repub ican; trustees, F. W. Pat
rick, F. G. Vail, F. B. Smith, Republic
ans; A. Carson, Democrat.
Lombard. 111., April 5. At the election
for president and trustees of this town
Alleu B. Wri dey, Republican was elected
president, aid the trustees elected are
David Frank, Frederick Marqnartt and
George Assrnan, Democrats; James I.
Republicans Carry De Moines.
Des MoiNLS, la., April 5. The entire
Republican ticket was elected here yester
day. The ehction was quiet and a light
vote was polU-d. The Republicans get sis
aldermen and the Democrats three.
At Davenport the Democrats made a
clean sweep; the Republicans did not prinl
tickets, owinv to the refusal of the candi
date for mayor to run. Democratic major
ity, 2,5vJ. The two parties divided honors
on councilmen at Keokuk.
Clean Sweep at Fvausviile, Ind.
KvAXsvu.i.y. Ind., April ". In th
municipal election here yesterday the Re'
publicans elected their entire ticket, in
cluding the mayor, waterworks trustee,
member board of public works and eight
aldermen. This makes the Republican
majority in thu council eleven.
Reports from .'orth Dakota.
Bismarck, April 5. K S. Allen waa
fleeted mayor practically without opposi
tion. Grand Foris, X. D., April 5. The en
tire Republicai city ticket was elected by
majorities ranging from 45 to "iOO.
Maxdax, X. 1)., April 5. There was a
Democratic victory at the cty election.
John A. McDugal was elected mayor and
A. Flynu treasurer.
One Ki turn from Kansas.
Liberal, Ka i., April 5. L. J. White,
Republican, v. as elected mayor; W. T.
Gibson, Democrat, police' judge; council
men, A. Russell, F I). Devoss, H. F.llison,
G. R. Smith, C Y. Martin, all Republic
ans. The worn m vote all over the state
is reported verj light.
LOUISIANA "ALL BROKE UP."
The Late lei lorratic Primaries Wind
I'p witli Another tlit.
Xr.w Orleans, April 5. The committee
of seven appoiired to canvass the returns
of the late I ctn x rat iu primaries concluded
their lalors last nijht. The committee by
a vote of 4 to 3 declared Murphy J. Foster
the Democratic nominee for Igovernor,
throwing out the returns from some pre
cincts where i here were suspicions ot
crookedness. Tbe McKnery committeemen
refused to abide by the decision of the ma
jority, and lmltcd. The session of the com
mittee was a stormy one, and came near
breaking up in a riot.
Four State Tickets in the Field.
The whole campaign will le fought over
again, and at tl e general election on the
loth of this luiii th there will be two Dem
ocratic anil two Republican tickets in the
field. The different factions have leen
wrought up to a high pitch, and bloodshed
Teller 1 iscuraced About Silver.
New Yirk, April 5. A Washington
special credits Senator Teller with saying,
"Free coinaire i in it bad way. In the
senate the chain es are that there will be a
small majority against it. If the Bland
bill had passed the house the situation
over here would have been different. Sev
eral senators who would have Ix-en will
ing to divide t ie responsibility .with the
Democratic house are not willing to
shoulder it ali ne. They say now: 'Oh,
let the thing drop.' '
He tiocsii'r Like the Yankees.
City of Mexico, April a. A few week
ago KI Tiempo, 1 he newspaper organ of the
Roman Catholic clergy iu Mexico, opened
a register to iuserilie the names of all
Mexican patriots who are opposed to the
return of the Hags taken by th
Americans d iring the Mexican
war. In ts issue Saturday
appears a letter signed by Louis Al
fonso Munoz, in which he says:
I protest against the insuit which tlieliatej
and grasping Vanl.ee offers to my adored coun
try by the ritun. of our Uhks which wer
taken from us very much a the thief and as
sassin robs the wayfaycr of his belongings.
Death to the thiev nir Yankees; down with th
hated flag of the slurs and stripe-.
IT SHUT 3 OUT AH SIN.
The Chinese Fx elusion Law l'assed hj
WAsAINGTOX, April 5. The Chinese ex
clusion bill as it passed the house yester
day absolutely prohibits the coming into tb
United States of Chinese persons, except
ministers or other diplomatic representatives,
consuls general, commercial agents and other
agents of the Chinese government traveling
n business. Vessel masters knowingly bring
ing Chinese will be fined not over $"J for each
person so brotucht, and imprisoned one year.
Persons swearing falsely in regard to being
entitled to admiss on under this act shall ba
fined not less than f 1,UIU and imprisoned not
less than one year.
Provisions for Chinese Now Here.
Chinese unlawful J entering the country art
to be tried, and if convicted are to be luipris'
oned not over five j ears and then returned to
the country whence they came. No morl
Chinese are to be naturalized. AU Chines
now here are to apply for certificates of resi
dence, and any Chit ee found after one year
after the passage of the act without such cer
tificate are to be judged as unlawfully in th
United States and l unished tbe same as new
comers. All acts inconsistent with this law ar
repealed and the pn visions of all treaties that
conflict with it are abrogated. j
THE BUSY CYCLONE.
An Illinois Village Nearly Swept
off the Earth.
EVEET HOUSE IN TOWN DAMAGED.
One Woman Seriously Injured Barnhlll
the Scene r the Disaster Warsaw,
Ills., Also Visited The Rotary Demon
Not Yet Through in Kansas Three
Killed in the Vicinity of Cherryvale
Kansas City Teople Watch for a Catas
trophe That Doesn't Arrive.
Fairfield, 111., April 5. A cyclone
struck the town of Bamhill, six miles
south of this city, yesterday afternoon at
4:20 o'clock nearly demolishing the place.
Ten houses were leveled to the ground and
every house in the town was damaged
more or lesa. Only three houses remain
standing. The Ohio and Mississippi sta
tion and G. F. Pyket's store were unroof
ed, and the goods In the latter's store
badly damaged by the deluged which fol
lowed. Houses and barns in the neigh
borhood are also damage, as well as the
orchards in the vicinity. Luckily only
one person, Mrs. Harry, mother of Joe
Harry, is reported seriously injured.
Terrific Gale at Warsaw.
Warsaw, Ills., April 5. A terrific gale
of wind struck this city Sunday night,
blowing part of the roof off the Adams
house and damaging that atu adjoining
buildings to the extent of $3,000. Cephas
Gregg, a well-known steamboat man, barely
escaped with his life. Several buildings
were blown down by the storm.
STRUCK AGAIN IN KANSAS.
Cyclone llavaires Near Cherryvale Three
Ciierryvai.e, Kan., April 5. The coun
try a mile east of here was struck by a
tornado about 10 o'clock Sunday night,
and half a dozen houses were demolished,
two persons, names unknown, being killed.
In Cherryvale a woman was killed by
lightning, but the wind did not touch the
town. Dexter, in Cowley county, is also
reported to have suffered" from the wind.
The Western Union wires are also dow n.
Indications point to the probability of an
Looking for More Havoc.
The barometer is steadily falling, and a
strong south wind is blowing. An inky
black cloud is said to le hanging over the
section southwest of Arkansas Ci ty, and
the local weather bureau predicts more
storms. C. 1 Westcott, whose skull was
fractured during the storm which de
vastated Towanda on Thursday night, and
the infant child of F.lmer Hall whose leg
was broken, have been added to the list of
fatalities since Sunday night, making
nine in all.
WATCHING FOR A CYCLONE.
Kansas City I'eople Kept on the Anxious
Seat a Whole Day.
Kansas City, April 5. All day yester
day tbe people of this section were anx
iously watching the skies for the coming of a
cyclone, for the reports showed that such was
to be experted.and the prevalence of high gales
ever since daylight and similar conditions to
those of hist Friday induced the people to lie1
lieve that trouble was in the air. All the
schools were dismissed at the noon hour, and
the streets were iliuost deserted of people.
Conditions Oood for a Tornado.
Ueports from Kansas showed that the low
est barometric pressure f(r many years was
noted all over the state, and fears were felt
everywhere. News from the storm stricken
district of western Kansas brings uothing that
has not already been told regard iug the nura
bernf deaths and wounded. It is estimated
thst the damage to proiwrty will reach half a
million dollars, and the number of dead reach
The Cyclone ltidii't'Materialize.
The fears of a cyclone were increased when
a report got out that the signal service station
had predicted its coming. ThU report was,
as early as possible, denounced as false,
no such prediction having lieen made. The cy
clone did not put in an appearance. Outside
of a high wind nothing in that line occurred.
Several small tornadoes are reported from
various parts of Kansas, but it is impossible to
get authentic reports, for the telegraph wire
are a-aiu down.
l'enusylvaiila Swept by Wind.
Greenmsi-ihi, Pa., April .". A terrible
wind, hail and rain storm, accompanied
by lightning, passed over this section of
Westmoreland county Sunday evening,
doing great damage. At icottdale. Pier
son and Rrownstown the wind was very
severe, blowing down and unroofing build
ings in all parts of the town. The S?Ktt
dale rolling mille was badly wrecked. For
a time the people were panic-stricken, and
lied to the basements of houses, expecting
every minute to be carried away by the
gale. No one, however, was seriously in
jured. The loss to property cannot be es
timated at present.
KliTznrd Itlowing in the Northwest.
Minneapolis, April 5. A general storm
is prevailing throughout the northwest
and lacks only low temperatureto have
all the elements of a blizzard. Seeding,
which had begun in earnest, will be de
layed at least two or three weeks on ac
count of the rams and snow which have
round as it has not been fur
Death of .fob it t-'. Ilegirs.
Clip At.o, April 5. John F. Ueggs, the
lawyer who wasthe senior warden of Camp
20 at the time of the murder of Dr. Cro
nin, aud who was indicted for that crime,
together with Dan Coughlin, Patrick
O'Sullivan, Martin Burke, F. J. Wood
ruff, John Kutize and Patrick Coouey.died
at ;s:-J yesterday morning at his residence,
i!4 Chicago terrace. It was claimed that
BeggF, as senior guardian of Camp 20, had
appointed the trial committee which con
demned Dr. Cronin to death.
A Woman rhyalcian Wanted.
Washington, April 5. The civil service
commission has a requisition for a female
physician for the Indian service in
Colorado which cannot be immediately
filled because there are no women pby.
sicians on the register of eligibles. The
salary of the position is $1,000 a year.
Circumstances Indicate Deeming.
DUBLIN, April 5. The body of a young
woman has been found under the floor of
a house near Bandon, covered with cement
like tbe victims of Deeming, alias Will
iams, at Rain Hill, near Liverpool. .
- failure at Chicago.
ClilCAuu, April ii. Joseph P. Cadieux, a
wholesale cooper, has made an assign
ment. Assets, r-t-VW;-liabilities, OQ,00(X
ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS. -
Three new cases of typhus fever hare
been discovered in New York city.
The house of representatives has passed
the Chinese exclusion bill, 179 to 43.
The Nottingham mine at Plymouth, Pa.,
the largest colliery In the anthracite re
gions, is flooded.
The Turkish envoy bearing the sultan's
firman of investiture for the new khedive
has arrived in Cairo.
An overloaded steamer in the Black sea
is said to have gone down with all of the
800 passengers on board.
General James W. Singleton, well-
Known in Illinois, and an ex-congressman,
aiea ai uaiumore yesterday at 4:30 p. m.,
Sir Henry Booth, in the yacht Kara, has
ieit r.ngiainl with a crew of twelve men,
bound on an arctic exploring expedition
norm oi uavis straits.
Serious effects are imminent on acconnt
of the coal miners' strike in Durham,
Lngland. The large factories are out of
fuel, and a number of heavy failures are
A freight train on the Chesapeake and
Ohio was derailed in West Virginia by a
bowlder. The engine was thrown into the
river, and the engineer, fireman, and a
brakeman were killed.
Mrs. Montagu, on trial at the Dublin as
sizes for inflicting a punishment on her
child which resulted in its death, has been
convicted of manslaughter and sentenced
to one year at hard labor.
The police at Madrid arrested a French
man as he was entering the parliament
building by the back door. He had a
dynamite bomb which he confessed he was
going to explode in the building.
The Water Alive with Seals.
Washington-, April 5. The department
of state has received detailed information
of the operations of the sealing vessels now
engaged in killing and taking seals along
me American coast. At latest advices
the fleet was off Cape Flattery keeping
company with the herd as it moves up the
coast on its way to its breeding grounds
in the lribyloff island. The American
steamer Michigan reports the water fairly
aiive wun seals.
Medals of Honor Awarded.
ashington, April 5. The secretary of
the treasury has awarded silver life saving
medals to John W. Brindley, private com
pany B; Charles Van Buren. private com
pany E, and William Oak more, private
company tr, niteentn inrantry, U.S. A.,
stationed at Fort Sheridan. Ills., for res
cuing on July 24, 191, from drowning in
iah.e .Michigan, captain Alfred Hedburg
and Perry Galloway, a lad of fifteen years.
Novelist Stevenson and Samoa.
Iajndon, April 5. A dispatch from
Samoa says that Robert Ixiuis Stevensoni
the novelist, is acquiring great influence
there, especially among the natives, many
of whom regard him with more reverence
than they do King Malietoa, on account of
the interest Stevenson takes in their af
fairs. He is trying to induce them towear
clothes and give up fighting. He has also
taken strong ground in favor of a highef
Horrible Accident at a Furnace.
Lancaster. Pa., April 5. An accident
occurred at Vesta furnace Xo. 2 at
Chickie's, thirteen miles west of here, by
which John Grosh, of Marietta, was
roasted alive. Grosh was top-filler and wal
at his post at the top of the furnace when
the molten iron burst from the bottom of
the furnace and gas and flames leaped up
around lnm. He was roasted aiive in
sight of his fellow workmen.
Sainted tbe Spanish Cruiser,.
New York, April 5. The Spanish cruise!
Navarro, from Havana, reached this port
Saturday, and as she passed to her anchor
age ground in the North river the big
guns from the forts thundered out a noisy
welcome as King Alfonso's man-of-wa
passed them. The Navarro is one of the
comparatively new Suinish cruisers at'
tached to the West Indian squadron. She
was built in Issi. and is a wooden armored
cruiser carrying twenty-seven guns.
The Vote To lie Taken Today.
Washington, April 5. When the house
adjourned yesterday there was pending a
motion by Burrow s to strike out from the
free wool bill the words "all wool" tha
very essence of the measure. Five-minute
debate occupied the remainder of the day.,
and when the house adjourned it was with
the understanding that a vote is to ba
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The symptoma of catarrh are,
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deafness; offensive breath; smell
and taste impaired, and general
debility. Only a few of these
symptoms likely to be present at
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grave, without ever, having mani
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