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" VF. AKUCS, TUESDAY, OCTOl'.KK 24,
Highest of all ia Leavening Power Latest U. S. Gov't Report REDMOND'S HE VOLT
The Parnellite Leader Gives
Out an Ultimation.
WILL DESERT THE GRAND OLD MAN
X) K UrC "V TVTiTrPTTi t Ant t'arks sluii o le of 'them dead. His
IlA Jlij A 1 llMHL' L Lil). 1 partner secured tbe body after Ariii two
shots. The body was found forty yard
' awav, but has not yet been identified.
Chief of the Telegraphic Broth
erhood in Trouble.
CHARGES OF CUTTING THE WIRES
Worked I p .i;ninit liim by the I;., C. K.
mi'l V Itetertivca Arretted ml Kelenseit
Tinier Sl.AOO :iiI Tlio-r Nrliraaka W.
V. T. lf. 'liItrrH Arrnicm! aofl Tlieir
Trial Set Tin? Kt-igii f Trrr'.r la the
A InliuUKt Cotton lt.-lt.
T l DAi: It AIM lis. In., CK-t. "I I), fi. Iluui
:iy, irniil chief of t lie Oi diT of B.-tilway
Telcifrnidierx, h:is been iinlicr"'l nt Marion
by the icinnd j'ny of I. inn county, lie is
ciiaf,;ed with iiisti.uinK the cutting and
cio'fsiii of wires and otherwise obstrnct
in.B tlu tcifirniptUc system of the 13., C. H.
and V. railway during the telernither'
trike in soj)einlier, lv.f.'.
ssNlr.l C,nlrHtiir With Money.
I.Hst winter, while working on the case
of Dispatcher Jones, who now is serving
time in the Annnios.i i-niteiitmry for cut
ting tie wires of the Ro-k Island
during the slr.ke, J. I It.iyal, of
the I'.. It. I. nnd 1'. secret service, dis
covered that 1; unsny not on'y sanctioned
the cutsinv of the wire, but assisted the
conspirator by furnishing them with
money to pay lawyers' fees after their ar
rest. Took Itund in It Himself.
At that time certain clues were found
which pointed to the fact that Kamsty
bad been directly implicated in destroying
and tampering with the wires of the H.,
C 11. and N. sytem. These clues were
followed u', and after a number of wit-ne-.es
had lieen examined the grand jury
found a true bill for injuring telegraph
The A.Tineil tlrlil in ISuinl.
JudL-e J. II. Preston, of the district
court, issued a bench warrant for his ar
rest. The warrant was served at I'ainsny's
oflice in Vinton. He ffruishtti bond of
jd,rH for bis iipp.-aranee at the coiiiiiii:
term of the district court.
THOSE W. C. T
l.itH li-elies mill Mobm
-I A special to The Ilee
sa: Tie Osceola white
caps; who whipped .wo i;.iis Saturday
night who were .-uppo.-ed to be of easy
virtue, were H:ri.L,iie i and pleaded Iiot
guilty. The ca-.e was con intied till Nov.
iS) on the recci,':ii..iii e of i ;o i each. Tiny
were charged with iiiiluuiul incendiary
talk and riot. Those under arrest are W.
liieriiart, Mrs. Heald, two Mn. Usborncs,
Mrs. Kverett, lien Osborne and three
boys named Kerr, Osborne anil lSrowne.
'The ladies bad for tome time suspected
the two K'ris of moral looseness and they
bet a trap to catch them.
Satwiday evening they sent three boys
to tell tbe Kirls that two traveling men
were waiting for them iu an alley. The
Kirls hurried ot:t to meet the supposedly
anxious traveling men, but instead they
fell into an ambuscade which had been
formed by the ladies and men. The girls
were iiic.ly stripped of their clothes and
pulled into a idled, where it was tbe inten
tion to tar and feather them. One of the
girls, however, fainted during the scrim
mage and the other made her escane.
Mrs. Heald. one of the prisoners, is tbe 1
Thieves t the Wot-lfl' Fair.
ClIlCAtio, Oct. C. A silver brick and
other valuables worth $i,iMO have been
stolen from the Mines and Mining build
ing at the World's fair. The brick was in
Idaho's exhibit. N o clue.
ConrtiUK lM.vn in Tennessee.
Kvi.a, Tenn., Oc. -4. William Haver
and Su p!:en Wra;-were devoted to the
same young womar. Neither made pro
gress in her effect u us and they mutually
distrusted each oth -r. They met by nree
nnnt nritl u-itlomt f. woeil betrati slioi-liii:.' '
Haner fell at the first Are, with what is
thought, to be a m irral mortal wound,
NVray fled w ith blind streaming from hi?
f.otbum Ilmtk Olllrt'l Arresttnl.
Vt:v Yii;fc, Oct. :4 Joseph F. Hi.mt,
(iresnlent; lA'wis Tl ompsou, cashier; Ilin
lid S. McDonald, at d Frederick Uniinati
mid Adolph Kaleche, directors, all of the
Madison Square k. have been arrested.
Forgery is charged against all except
Kaleche, who is j-cniM'.l cf fraudulent
bankruptcy. Mi I) mild gave bail, the
others wife locked I .
Thieves l:l h lkMrsiitia-e.
St. JosU'h. Mn.,U.'t. The piusonace
of St. 1'atricli's call edial was entered by
thieves during the i bsence of Kev. Father
l.innenkaiMi and 1 1 in easii and a num
ber of articles b.do igiug to the church
TWENTY-THREE WERE HURT.
Some Sertoli-W. but They Will All I'lolii
hly .. t Well.
PlTTsm la-, O. t. -'4. The collision be
tween the Columbia i expressand tbe east
bound passenger tra n on the Fort Wayne
at Monroe vi lie, lml, was attended with
worse results than ai first reported. In
stead of but six inju vd there we: e twenty-three
hurt. They w ill a'.l get well, it
is thought, though s line of them are vi r'
seriously iujured. The list of the in
jured is as follows: ltrakeman Frederick
Hunt, badly cru-hed may not re
cover; liaggagema -ter Stephens, seri
ously crushed; Fireman Dailey, hint in
ternally; F.ngineer K. Cowan, scalded
badly; Adam Long, eft leg bruised; F.d
ward (tender. Canton, O., back severely
injured; Maggie 1) Ip, Canton, O., pain
fully cut, having b-en thrown through a
window; Nora 1-ohlci, Alliance. V., badly
bruised; W. H. Kaufman. Sineve, O.,
right arm bruised; l. V. Tronelield. Van
ert, O., nose injured; Kiiiie
Wilson, Allegheny lip in;; David
Nidran, Carleton. O., che-t hurt;
C. Thrmnpdei:, cook bruised; C. W. Van
Nest, Woosti-r, head oruised; Mr-. I 'art he.
Alliance, ankle sprained; Charles l.onir,
Wayuesburg, O., le; bruised; Joseph A.
Minor. ooster, hand cuu.Miss IS. shields.
I nleu lie l'ulir Home Itulo and Coo
; iiidera the Evicted Tenants Question
lUght Away Violation of I'romlatl
Charged Incident in the HrHSi'ian Kf
belllon A Government Warcliip Chal
' lenged to Couie Out and Flglil.
I I)M.ONt Oct. 23. Mr. John Hedmond,
M. P. , in a speech at Cork said that the
Nationalist party was divided into two
sections, each of which bandied the other
worse than they did the members of the
Parnellite section. Notwithstanding
the promises made by tae Liberal party
at election time the Irish found that after
years of Liberal rule the doors were doub
ly locked upon political prisoners. Not
only this, the question of the evicted ten
cuts was shirked and shelved and the
matter of home rule was iudelini-ely post
poned. The votes of au independent
parts', counting eighteen on a division,
could not be despised by a party with a
majority of only thirty-eight.
( liedmond said be would give foimtl n
tice now to the Liberal whips that they
' could no longer count tl.e Parnellite mem
bers of the house of commons as a part of
' their majority unless they consented to
consider the evicted tenants question this
autumn, and again deal with the question
of home rule or dissolve iu ls4. Failing
in this the Independent Irish party would
net merely withdraw tlieir support trom
the Liberal party, but they would seize
the first favorable opportunity for striking
against the men who ha 1 viol ted their
promises and postponed the realization of
the Hopes of the Irishmen.
NIELLO PROCLAIMS A PRESIDENT.
The Itraztliitn 1'liiileHsaiitnesn Ileruuiiug
Interesting A Nt&vul Challenge.
New Yolk. Oct. -J4 The Herald's Mon
tevideo dispatch says: News has been re
ceived from Kio Janeiro that Fredericho
Culmero Ioretia has been proclaimed pro
visional president of Hrazil by Admiral
Mello in command of the insurgent fleet.
Lorena is captain of me of the rebel war
ships and the provisional gov. rnment, of
which he is now declared president, was
established some days ago at Desterro,
which is the capital city of the state of
Tbe insurgent warship Kepublica ap
peared outside the harbor of Montevideo
anil was piomptly quarantined. She sig
nalled the Tiradentes (government war
sh p) to come outside and fight. The
Tiradentes did not deign to reply to the
lieliigereut visitor, but continued to lie
quietly under the friendly ai.s of Uru
guay. The Uruguayan government de
clared that the warships must not fight in
its waters; but it Las ;io ships cnpable of
preventing the commanders of the Lrazii
iati warship bad they decided to fight the
After the Kepublica had been supplied
with water and coal she sailed north
again, tl.i'jging the Tirandentes an invita
tion to join the rebels, uud taunt.ing the
crew with being crwards for seeking pro.
tection from a foreign power. The Uru
guayan oilicials r. fused pratique to tha
Kepublica and would not even lillow hi r
to communicate wdn the shore.
Vound tTiii;me ft-oili a Tree.
Brooklvn. Oct. 24. Martin l.iikanov,
a butcher of TKJ Boswick avenue, who had
been missing from his home since Sept.
(', was found hanging dead to a tree in au
obscure part of Cypress Hill cemetery. 1
-Lenkanow left his home on the morning
of the date mentioned to go to market to
purchase meat and had not been seen!
since. lie had evidently been nangiug lor
a long time, as the body is badly decom-
posed. He leaves a wife and several chil
dren. No cause is assigned for the act.
Mary Waahincton Day at the Fair.
Cmc Also, Oct. 24 Today is Mary Wash
ington day at the World's fair and there
is an interesting patriotic programme go
ing on there, while a large throng is in at
tendance. Yesterday was Chicago Trades
day, and just 230,114 paid admissious were
recorded. Last night a grand banquet
was given in the Massachusetts building
to the foreign and national commissions.
Tnubfiicrk Six-aking in Kansas.
Toi'F.K A, Oct. 24. II. U. Taubeneck,
chairman of the uational executive com
mittee of the Peoplels paity. Is now in
Kansas to make speeches for the Popu
lists, and will open at Osage Citj, closing
at Lawrence Nov. 3. He claims to believe
that the Populist party will sweep the
country in Ism, and that in IKHi it will
elect the president.
The Weather We May Expect.
Washington, Oct St. -1'iia to..uuu re
the weather indication! for twenty-four hw
from S p. m yesterday. For In lia ia nnd Il i-coi-
fair wea'her. mu -h lowe-temperature;
brisk and high westerly win is. For Lower
Mich gan Fair weather, ex ujit showers in
extreme north-in portion colder; high
westei ly win s. For Ci per Mirhan Gener
ally clou ly, w.th. ran in eust.-rn iioriton;
much colder; high noi thwe-teriy winds,
for Wisconsin Showers ia the eaily morn
ing, quickly fo lowed by fair weather; colder;
much colder in eaiterii portion; hii'U north
westerly win Is. For Iowh Fair, colder
weather, eacept iu ex reme northwestern
portion; decidedly colder ;n eastern portion:
Street Car Colliion at Vliicago.
CHICAGO, Oct. 24. Seven people were in
jured iu a streei. car collision at Sixty
third and Halsted streets. One of the vie
tints may die. The list of injured com
prises: Belle Kiiey, skull fractured, ser
iously hurt, likely to die; Laurence L.
Wallace, Clinton, Is,., bruised about the
body; William Johnson, hip and back iu
jured; Dinah Desley, hip and side bruised;
Mrs. Horace Webb, bruised about body;
Mrs. E. LaForest, head and liody bruised;
Amelia Clemens, slight bruises. All the
injured are residents of Chicago except
allace anu all will soou recover except ,
Mitchell Will Fight Anywhere.
Philadelapiii a. Oct. 24 Charley Mitch
ell has just arrived iu this city. He
says if the Coney Island match is off he
is willing to go to New Orleans to meet
Corbett. but he has advices that no boxing i
not be allowed in the Crescent City. He
will go to London and meet Corbett be
fore tbe National Sporting club, but he
thinks they would have to come down in
tbe size of the purse. How tier he is will
ing to meet Corbett for any purse the
latter will accept.
Iteastiful Weather in Dakota.
ST. Paul, Oct. 24. Specials to The
Dispatch report a storm in which snow,
hail, rain and sleet combined extending
over western South Dakota and a short
distance into North Dakota. Huron and
Sioux; Fulls report one or more inches of
snow and the storm still prevailing.
This space is reserved
Klug, Hasler, Schwentssr
Dry Goods Co.
217-217 W. Second St.. Davkmvlt
THEY ABE BARGAIN!
1 J i I J i i
n uii iuau ui nauu;uiiie ueu room suns o:r,
at tne tollowing prices.
i'luladelphia, slightly bruised; V.
Shields, Philadelphia, badly cut;
Hayes, Philadelphia, hand cut; Mr-. M. .1.
Freisinnn, Philadelphia, hip injured; Mar
tin Lowry, Philadelphia, head hurt,
injured passengers were attended
Monroeville by physicians, and all
able to contiuuu their journey lalcr.
w i re
THE TROUBLE ON THE SANTA FE.
Wages I lipoid Makes a Very Sri iniia 1'osi
tioti lor tlte Kniiloyes.
E.MPolUA, Kas., Oit. 24. Tin- report that
the employes of the S.inta IV system had
threatened to strike Oct. 2s if their over-
wife of the president of the Bank of Polk wages were not paid on thut day and I
cuinrv A lf:nlpr in flip Osemdu etnireh
and several societies, and the other ladies !
are wives of prominent business men. All 1
are members of the local W. C. T. U.
THE RIOT AT ROANOKE.
Grauil Jury Inveatigatinn Itesulta In a j
Koanokk, Va., Oct. 21. The grand jury
summoned to iuvestigate the riot and acts j
of lawlessness on Sept. 20 and 21 has made .
Its repifrt. Nineteen indictments are :
made. Walter S. Beone, Edward Pane and '
Frank Shepard as principals, and Sergeant j
of Police A. 11. Uriilin and Chief of Police
J. F. Terry as accessories before the fact
are chargtd with felony, and others iu
dicted for felony for breaking into a hard
ware store to get fire arms.
The report commends the action of the
mayor for trying to uphold the laws, but
questions the advisability of the oflicials
directing tbe militia to withdraw after
the crowd had been dispersed by the firing,
and censures the police or tbe oflicials for
ordering the negro Thomas Smith to be
removed from tbe jail and alter removal
not taking him into a place of safety. The
jurors state that from the evidence they '
are lead to believe that some of tbe vie- (
tims of the shooting were active partici
pants in tbe riot. It does not appear why
the police oflicers are iudicted, for they,
like the mayor, were trying to "uphold the
DOES LOOK A LITTLE SERIOUS.
In View of the Fact That the Coiled
Statre Ia a r-'ree Country.
Birmingham, Ala., Oct. 24. Posting of
gins continues and many gins are idle ami
in some sections terror reigns. The
whitecaps are now at work in Coosa Val
ley. A dispute1! from Eden, Ala., says the
big gin and oil mills of Kendricb & Dun
lap, near that place, have been posted,
tiin owners are not the only ones "post
ed," for merchants, farmers and oflicers
come in for warning.
In one case a "general notice" was put
up because "tie have not the time" to give
individual notice. Merchants are ordered
not to buy cotton for less thna 10 cents a
pound; larmers not to sell or have it
ginned until it is that price, and oflicers
are threatened with Instant death if they
make levies or force collections. The
situation is considered serious and an ap
peal will Ik- made to the governor for pro
tection. It. is believed he will issue a
proclamation offering rewards.
Shot ami Killed a llurglar.
PoItT DaLHoCsie, Out., Oct. 21. Burg
lars robbed the canal tolls oflice. As-dsi-
assurance given that tliereaft';. waires he
promptly paid on tne 2 lib of each month,
is true and more th m true, for the men
at Argentine held a meeting and adopted
: a resolution calling upon the road to pay
the meu tlieir wage by li o'clock last
I night uud said they would strike if the
. company failed. Lat-j iu the afternoon
i General Manager Frej telegraphed a reply
to the master media lie of the Santa Fe
at Argentine and directed him to read it
to tbe meu. The letter has been wired to
all general and division superintendents
on the system.
In an interview Frej said that he ad
mitted that the men had cause for com
plaint, but hoped they would not strike
"just as we are getting back to good
times." The letter r ferred to plea the
financial couditinn of the road in extenua
tion of the company's tardiness in paying
wages, and says that the treasurer feels
confident of ability to pay September
wages by Nov. 15, and to commence deliv
ering October checks by Nov. 2h, finishing
up by the eud of the month. The Argen
tine men held another meeting and re
solved to appoint a grievance committee to
talk over the matter with the railway odi
cials. The serious thing for the men is
that they cannot get credit from the mer
chants for food, etc.
JCpincopal Minim ary Meeting.
CHICAGO, Oct. 24. The annual session
of the missionary com cil of the Episcopal
church is at work iu the St. James church,
the bishop of Chicago, Mclaren, presid
ing. The council consists of all the
bishops of the church, aud all the mem
bers of the board of managers and other
clergymen and laymen who may be
chosen to serve by the general convention.
AU missionary work of the church is
controled by the council The arch
bishop of Zatite, of the Greece church, is
present aud made a short address today.
The sessions are all devoted to addresses
on missionary work.
Here's an Opening for the Sluggers.
HoTSpitlNGS, Ark.. Oct. 24 An effort
is being madd by well-known and promi
nent sporting men to s. -cure the Coibett
Mitchell fight for Ho Springs. It is a
fact that the tight could be brought off
here without ollicial Interference. At the
last legislature of this state the law was
amended regulating pr ze lights so as to
make it a misdemeanor, punishable by fine
Young Man Which one of your sisters
is the oldest. Freddie 4
Freddie The one that gets married first
Spreckles on the Sandwich Islamic.
j New Voutc, Oct. -4 Claus Spreckils,
the sugar king, w ho has large interests in
Hawaii, lias been ia town siveral days.
Mr. Spreckels spoke freely to a reporter
about sugar interests and Hawaiian af
fairs. "J am o;ipo-el to stealing," he
said, "and do not believe that niik,lit makes
' right. The United States seized the Sapd
' wich islands w iihout any right to do so,
' and a-sunied charge of the affairs there.
; It is not because I have sugar interests
i there that I say this policy was unjusti
i liable. It win too much like grabbing
aud contrary therefore to the spirit of fair
Senator Hill Speaks at Brooklyn.
Bkuoklyn. Oct. 24 Senator Hill ad
dressed the Democrat of this city at the
Academy of Music and was received with
an ovation from the large audience. It
would not be "Dave" Hiil speaking if the
Republicans did not get a raking, and
they got one. He then approved of the
calling of the sjiecial session aud reviewed
the events in tbe senate, advocating the
an.endment of tbe rules so that the major
ity can rule. He promised that the effort
for change would be continued, and said
that the end of the contest was Very
Cruaaile Againat Sunday Opening.
KANSAS CITY, Oct. 24 The ministers of
Kansas City are to join in a crusade
against the Sunday opening of saloons,
grocery stores, meat markets, barber shops
and all other places which are required to
be kept closed Sunday by the state law.
After the adjournment of the regular meet
ing of t he Ministers' alliance the thirty
ministers representing the various denomi
nations of the city voted to lend their aid
and support to tbe Christian Endeavor so
cieties iu their effort to have the Sunday
closing law enforced.
Diaastroua I'rairie Fires.
ST. Pall, Oct. 24. Owing to an abun
dance of dry prairie grass and a high wind
the prairie fires are uncommonly destruc
tive around Hallock, Minn. So far re
ports have come in that besides one dwell
ing house and stables about 900 tons of
bay were consumed. One fire is said to
have started from fires built by the sec
tion men to burn the grass near the track
U'Oro aud Roberts Again.
New Yokk, Oct. 24 D'Oro and Rob
erts, the billiard experts, have begun an
other match, playing afternoon and even
ing, alternately "spot stroke" aud "spot
Btroke" barred, English billiards all the
time, Roberts giving D'Oro ao0 points
each game, 500 up. Roberts won every
game the first day. .
Had Been Missing Since September.
Newton, L. I., Oct. 24. Mrs. Mary
Lemken, of Brooklyn, N. Y., has certified
that the remains found in Cyprus Hill
cemetery on Saturday night are those of
her husband, who had been missing since
Three I'ersoua Fatally Shot.
Atuessville, Ills., Oct. 24. In a row at
a dance near here William Griffith fatally
shot Martin Flyun aud Dennis Flynn. A
shot also fatally wounded Robert Wyatt,
a boy of 15.
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