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INDIAN CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA. INDIAN TKIUUTOItY, THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 181)2. VOL. X. NO. 31. CURRENT COMMENT. . Ttitmsn nnvl expenditures for this year wer-- IWed at 175,000,000, an in crea.se of IIW.OOO over last year. Vr Is el aimed thnt the fast time now nude 011 American rail ways exceeds the tjHfd made on ttu Kiiglish roads. TwKNTV-Tintr.K thousand travelers re ceived hospitality in tho snow-bound convent of St. ltcrnard du ring the past ycur. ltKiti.i.N 1'MVKitsiTT is the third larg est in tho world. Paris, with 9,315 fdudcnls, and Vienna with 6,320, are larger. With Home 6,000 homicides in the I'nited States, theiro were but 12:1 legal fxiH-tttUms. Judge Lynch ofllciutcd at 11)5 more. IN the I'nited States one railroad paa wnger In every 2,800,000 is killed, but in Francis ttio ratio is only one to every V4,000,riOO. TnrcKKn, Nev., had a shaving contest recently. The successful artist Kcrapel his man in forty-tivc seeomis and no blood was shed. Nova -Scotia's expenditures Inst yeni were M'.rj.iso of which 215,484 was fot education. Her revenue was t0l,641, of which f lf(l.!!67 was from mining roy ultics, and H3J,82 dominion subsidy. " Amono the instrumental resources of the Johns Hopkins university is a ther mounter valued at 110,000. The gradua tions on the scale are so fine that a magnifying glass is required to read tiiem. Ix South America there are giant grasshoppers with biMlies ft inches long und a wing-spread of 10 inches. Owing to the fact that they are not very numerous, these formidable insects do not da much damage. "Orkoox on Wiikki.s"' was in Wash ington, H. C, the other day. The car has lieon on the road since October 30, INOt, and has traveled 7,S0O miles over twenty-five railroads in eighteen states und has been visited by 187,000 persons. Divkiis who helped to lay the founda- turn of the great Kads bridge, at St. Louis, found that while they were under u pressure of four "atmospheres," or fcixty pounds to the square inch, the ticking of a watch was absolutely pain ful to the car. They also found it im possible to w histle". It is stated that there are in France 45.0000,000 hens, w hich at an average price of 2 frani-s 50 centimes per head, represent a value of 112,050,000 francs. One-fifth of the stock is annually eon sumed as f.xsl, and is Bold for aboiit'ia, million francs. Two million cocks, worth ft.oon.uoo francs, are also sold as food. Tho number of laying hens is pet down at 8.5,000,000. and the animal value el their eggs is 1:18,000,000 francs. lit that enormous waste known as the Gobi desert, north of China, showers sometimes fall during the summer, and the torrents of a day -till the dried-up water courses through which water sel dom runs. It is in these channels that the Mongols dig their wells, expecting to find a little water, when upon the i surface of the pluteaw itself the soil has lost all traces of humidity. It is owing io me lad mac a pari oi me moisture i ailing wiring a lew rainy clays is thus " 7V"1 w,ln,n r"u " l- .... .o. .... w.r.iss umocscru tnl general conference. ; I Kx-PitKRlDKNTCi.KVKi.ANnand ex-(!ov. Cl Rim s evidence shows that a cubic Compbell addresses! a democratic meet Inch of air at sea level contains about ng Bt Provide-nee, R. I., on the 2d. S.0,ono.0o0 molecules. If the law of , Th1! Iroquois club of Chicago ccle regulnrly diminishing density holds braUnl Jefferson's birthday on the 2d by good, a cubic inch of air at the height of 100 miles will contain a bout .150,000 molecules, and at less than 222 miles only one molecule. Opinions differ, however, as to the actual height of the atmosphere's upper surface. I'rof. Young declares that no definite upper limit can le stated, w hile l'rof. Forster, of lierlin, contends that a thin air, con nected with that of the earth, pervades the whole solar system. Ax experiment in telephony has been made in Melbourne. The postmaster- i general of Victoria and South Australia, with the principal executive officers, !uecccdcd in establishing conversation between Melbourne and Adelaide, a dis tance of .500 miles. The government of the two colonics have erected a cop per wire (.. 12. or rather more than men in micKness), wnicn is to r used lor a new quadruple telegraph instru- ment, an.l It was determined to see . what could be clone with the telephone ' i.ver the wire. For over an hour an animated conversation was carried on, and the chimes of the Adelaide rt I office clock were distinctly heard in Melbourne, and vice versa. How many neonle who are fond of iTlu anil Mit. iKdin ilnil,- riw ilrni t . . I think what a wonderful thing an egg is. It is one of the greatest wonders of nature. What part of the egg is the animal? The clear white part? No. The yolk? No, that is merely food, llreak a raw egg. and beside the white and yolk what do you find? On the membrane which covers the yolk you ill see little w hitish circle. That is the animal. When nature firings the Vising animal at an early period into the outer air or water it provides it with means to live. A young alligator, no larger than a tiny Yuan, takes to the water the moment it creeps out of the shell, and begins to devour what it can. It needs no protector. Statistics in regard to the frequency c-f thunderstorms in various parts of the -orld are given as follows by a Ger man periodical: Java has thunder- . Horms on the average 97 dava in the quarter sectiims w ill soon be open to year: Sumatra. : Hindustan. .Set; pre-emption by homesteader, liorneo, M: the tnild Ciwst 52; Rio de I Thk deputation which last week Janeiro. M; Italy. H; West India. S6; waited upon the Canadian ministry ask Isonth Guinea, SJ; inrn Ayres. Cena- ! ing for a reduction of the canal tolls la and Australia. 23; i;adcn. Wurtem- and the abolition of the rebate of the t'urgand Hungary. 22: Silesia. Havana tolls on grain transshipped at Ogdcns and Kclgnra. 21: Holland. 18; Saxon v 1 burgh, have repeated the request and Brandnburg, 17; France. Austria and South Russia. 16: Spain and Portu gal. 15; Sweden and Finland. R; En gland and the hiirh Swiss mountains. 7; Norway. 4: Cairo, 3. la East Turk estan, as well at in the extreme north, thei are a!m-"st ni thunderstorms. The northern limit of th thunder norm are tape gle, norlhk-rn part of North Amerii-a. Iceland. Novaja Semel ja and the co st of the Siberian ice K-.V T'R'F. Maw, the Italian s'entist, in experimenting with the t.lood of eels I, as c! -ov-n-d. ?y inVcting it under the skin c f raU:ts- g. mi , gcinea f 's. (1.-. t'.i.i it U .k p i; son. bciiq, Tii's- la s ti-m to wn-mi of 3acs uf NEWS OF THE WEEK. Gleaned By Telefrraph and Malt rCHSONAl, AND rOLITICAI- TilK report lately sent out from Okln homa that I'nited States Marshal Grimes, of that territory, had been in dieted for perjury is without foundation in fact A prominent citixen of that territory, entir.dy worthy of erelit, says there u not a word of truth in the state ment Sknator Cii,i.ou has withdrawn from the presidential race in favir of l'resi- dent Harrison. Kx-Sknatoh Hi. ami, of New Hamp shire, has announced himself a candi date for the republican presidential nomination. The Kansas people's party convention will meet at W ichita June 15. Dictator Pai.acio, of Venezuela, has Issued a fiery proclamation. . Col- R. lh I nokkmoi.L delivered an ora tion over the remains of Walt Whitman on the 30th. Crura W. Firi.d is of the opinion that his son Is Insane. . Tim German relchstag on the Soth passed the trill allowing the govern ment va declare a stale or siege m ! Alsaee-lArralne in the event of wi The house also passed a credit for the Construction of a complete system of strategic railways. Kx-Co.nokkssman Wit.mamb, registrar of the land office at Watertown, S. D., died on the ROth ult He reiH-esented tho Racine, Wis., district in congress for ten years and was a brilliant orator in bis day. Thk Paris correspondent of the Lon don Times asserts that l'rince Hismurck told a friend recently that he had warned Emperor William when he quitted the ottiee of chancellor that the artisans whom the emperor desired to regenerate would prove more ungrate ful than courteous; that he might see even a repetition of the scenes of 184H, when the Prussian sovereign was forced to flee from the rioters. Host. Ciiaki.k.s D. Duakk, late chief justice of the 1'nited States court of claims, was found dcud in his lied at I Washington, D. C, on the morning of the 1st at the advanced age of eighty one years. His death was wholly un- expected and without warning. Thk Delawareeountv, Pa,, democratic L convention has indorsed Cleveland and (Jov. I'atf i son's administration. Thk democratic and people's party committeemen have decided upon coali tion in the Second Kansas congressional dist rict Mrs. Mart Riokdan, mother of Arch bishop Riordan. of San Francisco, died on the 1st of old age. She was S2 and was one of Chicago's oldest settlers. Thk bishop of Viviers having gone to Homo without first obtaining perniis lnisslon from the French government has been deprived of his salary during his absent. F.i in v free coinage men are said to have formed a filibustering combine in the house. A petition signed by 400,000 Chinese in this country to the emperor of China sets forth the disabilities under which they labor in this country and asks for retaliation on the part of the mother country, Skckktakv of Statk IIi.aimc resinned work at the state department on the 2d. rtKV. Y. H. Cannon the Meth list mjnilit.r of Valparaiso, Ind.. deposed for wearing a mustache will appeal to a grand banquet Among those present weretiov. Hoyd, of Nebraska; (iov. Peck, of Wisconsin; ex-Postmaster General Don M. Dickinson, of Michigan; Hon. Sherman Hoar, of Massachusetts; (iov. Winans, of Michigan; Hon. John De Witt Warner, of New York, and Kditor S. E. Moras, of the Indianapolis Sentinel, Thk straight-out alliance men in con gress will start a newspaper in Wash ington. It will be the political organ of the party. Ex-rnF.suENT 1'kiuoi.a, of Peru, has introduced a quantity of arms into Iquiqui, Chili, and is hard at work se curing recruits for a revolution as he intends to try and regain the chief magistracy of the country. Govern ment troops have been sent from Tacna to repel the rebels. ix an interview on the 2d on the tlehr- jng sea question. M. Jules Ferry said: "If President Carnot isasked to pWform , part i the treaty, he will doubtless accept th., task. Hut it is a complicated question and considerable time will tie ,,j,,i ,- Hon. Whitki.aw Rkio. t'nited States minister to France, returned from Paris on the steamship I Champagne on the 8d. Mr. Reid had with him the re ciprocity and extradition treaties be tween the I'nited States and France. ISCEIXAKEOt-a. The prospective opening of the Chey enne and Arapahoe reservation, includ ing counties C, D, E, F, U and II of the Oklahoma territory, has caused much activity on the part of the Santa Fe management in preparing for the ex pected rnsh of settlers. Counties D, E and F in the northwestern portion of me reservation are nearer the Pan handle line of the Santa F'e than any other railrway and the sale of tickets to Kiowa, Kan., Woodward, I. T.,and Hig gins and Canadian, Tex., all of these points being right upon the border of the new promised land, has become very large. Good wagon roads lead directly from these station intt the reservation, deducting the allotments to the Indians in severalty Something more than 20,000 Tub Norwegian steamer Louise, bound for the Loffoden islands off the northwest coast of Norw ay, has been lot; ten were drowned. The majority of recent calculation of the sun's pace place it at about forty milea per second, or nearly S.Ooo times as fast at an express train. TdKKK are tropical cockroac hes four inches long, with antenme to corre spond, which readily become domestic ated in house, A tropica!. nK1h, called the Atlas moth, has a w ingspread of one foot It is gray in color and flie by night 4win to the prevalence of th foot-and-mouth disease in JU-lgium tbe Trench goreriimciit will issue an order prohibiting the importation of Jjve ;xk tnm &at couuuv, A winPstokm of terrific fury passed through south-central and eastern hau aas on the night of the Hist ult., enter ing the state at the Itarlier county line and following its way northcnstwur'ily through the counties of Harber, Sun ner, Sedgwick, llutler, Chase and I .von and on the Missouri river, damaging al most every villuge in Its path and leav ing lielund in all the larger c itii storn of wreck and ruin. The town of Tow anda, in llutler county, was blown away, four iiersons were Willed, fiv fatally and thirty seriously injured, Augusta In the same county was partly destroyed and three persons killed. At Oxford bridge near Wellington five of a family lost their lives. Near Strong City four persons were killed and eleven injured fatally. Aboi t 200 employes have been laid off on the Jersey Central and I'high Valley roads as the first fruits of the Reading combine. Tin is reorted to have becu fiMiiid near ( hut tanooga. Icnn., where a com pany has lieen formed to work the mine. Thk Tennessee Midland has Is-en sol to T. J. Moss, of St fyouis, and will eventually form art of a new line, in conjunction with the Hollow Hock route, Is-twccn St. Iuis and Uirming ham, Ala. Thukk million dollars worth of cotton and cotton presses in New Orleans were destroyed by tire on the 3d. Many res idences wen; burned. The losses are estiinuted at .',000.000. Thk Chicago IkxkIIc investigation end ed on the 2d in an unsatisfactory man ner. I'aiii u- i.AHSof the tornado of the :ilst ult have swelled the list of killed to half a hundred, mainly in Kansas, Chi cago and points in Texas, Iowa and Nebraska. Hut three fatalities were reported ill Missouri. The loss at St. Joseph will aggregate over .00,000. At Houston, Texas, on the 2d Walter K. Shaw who on the previous day con fessed to the murder with a ra.or of his mother, Mrs. Anna Shaw, and his aunt, Mix licllc Johnson, for M, that he might continue his spree, again con fessed. He waived preliminary exam ination, acknowledged his guilt, signed a confession and urged that his execu tion be brought aliout at the earliest IoNsible date as he knew he ought to die, having committed the crime delib erately and in his sober moment. Ciov. lloou, oi 1 exits, has issued a proclamation declaring that quarantine shall be established on the coast anil Rio Grande border on and after the 1st of May. In contrast to his Whavioron first being lodged in prison at Melbourne, Australia, Deeming has assumed a tmld front. He has said to his solicitor: Wait until I get out. I will make the newspapers shut up. I w ill sue every one of them for libel. The idea that I had anything to do with tho Mack-the- Hipper' work is alwurd." On Saturday at Oklahoma City, Ok., J. N. Reck, 111. late of Conway, Mo., shot and killed 1ottie Dehavcu. with whom he went there a week previous from Denison, Tex. She had run away from home with hiin, and after a wi-ek, in a fit of jealousy, he shot and killed her. He is in jail. John Ham-: it, cx-nlderinun of Lancas ter, Pa., died from blood poisoning, re sulting from the scratch of a pet rat received two weeks ago, Thk public debt statement for the month of March shows aggregate of in terest and non-interest ttcaring debt ."l,02fl,52S.ll a decrease" of 1,256, 912.50 during the month. Aggregate of debt, including certificates and treasury notes, .WU2I.577.il. Cash balance in the treasury March 31, 1M2, Il:i2.8'.is,. 884. Oti increase during the month of 7Hrt.679.t7. Thk Steamer Missouri from New York with food for tlie famine sufferers was enthusiastically welcomed on her ar rival at Lilian, Russia. Til K Susquehanna river at Wilkesliarre, Pa., on the 'M was sixteen feet alxive low water mark. The flat on the other side were inundated, and boats were used U convey pcsiple from that side to Kingston. Twkntv-six pounds of dynamite have been stolen from a rail works at Niraes, France. Sonic anarchists workmen have been arrested in connection w itb the robbery. AOUITIO.NAX DISi'ATCIIE.1. At a miH'ting at St. Louis on the 5th liimU-r c'ealcrs of Kansas City, St Louis und other Missouri points and Arkansas revised the price list adopted by the Southern Lumls-r Manufactur ers' association at its February meeting in New Orleans us far as yellow pine is concerned, making cuts ranging from 25 cent on fencing to s on !hor!ng. In the senate on the 5th Mr. Morgan offered an amendment to his resolutions. The Indian appropriation bill w as con sidered. In the house dilatory motions prevented a vote on the free wool bill. Tiik president has declined to inter fere with the sentence of Clinton E. Dixon, convicted in Nebraska of murder and sentenced to lie hanged April '52, ls'.2. Ministkk Euan has lcen granted leave of absence to visit the l'nit?d States and McCreery w ill act as charge d'affaires until the minister returns to his post at Santiago. Nanmk Rorfrts, of Oskalisa. la.. who sued her father and uncle tor 120.- 000 for falsely incarcerating he- in an insane asylum, has secured a erdiet for 15.000, the jury remaining out forty one hours. A motion w as made for a new trial. Mr. Whitki.aw Rkik. recent I'nited States minister to France, called on the president on the 5th in company w ith Secretary Illaine. He presented a draft of the extradition treaty concluded with France and it will be transmitted to the senate for action. Two hundred cartridges containing sixty-three and one-half pounds of dy namite hare been stolen from the llan neaiix colleries at Liege. At Kansas City. Mo., on the 5th the democratic general ticket with the ex ception of Michael Koss, candidate for the upper house, was elected. The t'nited States commissioner of Indian affairs has recommended that all lands in the Cheyenne and Arapahoe reservations lying south of the town ship line between townships thirteen and fourteen be attached to the Okla homa City land district The supreme court of the Choctaw nation convened on the 5th at Tuska homa with Joseph Garland, chief justice; Jefferson Gardner and J. W. Everidge, associate justices presiding: C. Nelson, attorney -general, and T. It. Kibhen, clerk. John Evans, one of the murderers of Charles Austin near Eldorado, Ark., was captured on the 5th. Neymsn, the other murderer, is still at large. Thirty men have been In pursuit of Evans and h'4 ncwffirSk'e. TWO ANARCHISTS. Thoso ArroBtod In Madrid Arraignod For Examination. CHEAT EXCITES EST H MADRID The t-;s-nillin of the Knar Anarrl.lit at Xcre Iteceiitly. It U TIiiiukM, II. IMiMfHl Ilia Home rroiliiet a. These Meli Were Foreigner.. Maiiiiiii, April 6, I he two men ar- rested were arraigned for examination yesterday before n police magistrate. The Frenchman gave his name as Jean Marie DcIIhnicIic and the Portu guese his as Manuel l-'erreira. They I loth gloried in udmitting that they were anarchists and boasted that they were iuisirtant agents of the ventral anarchist organization. The excitement caused by the at tempt yesterday to blow up the build ing in which the cortes meets does not abate. On the contrary, as further par ticulars of the attempted outrage are learned, the public Iwcomes more indig nant and many threats are indulged I he civil governor and the police are highly complimented on the neat and eni-clive manner in which they frus trated the designs of the prisoners and comparisons are made with the I aris police who, it Is said here, only arrest ed the anarchists after they had caused considerable damage. It was thought that after the execu tion of the four anarchists at Xeres the members of that party would see that the Spanish government was not in clined to deal with people of that class with half measures. It Is believed that these executions diil have the desired fleet as far lis Spanish anarchists are concerned and that the subsequent troubles were due to agitators from for eign countries. This idea is txirne out by the fact that lsith men arrested Monday in the act of attempting to blow up the parliamentary buildings were foreigners, one a Frenchman and the other a Portuguese. The government is fully alive to the demands of the occasion anil will protn ublv demand that the death iK-nally shall be indicted upon the persons using explosives for unlawful purposes, und will have the law pushed through as speedily us possible. Some little dtssat isfacttoii is expressed ill political circles here that England leclines to enter into an international agreement declaring anarchists to In draft's and subjecting them to the same punishment provided for pirates, but it is held that the knowledge that death will speedily follow conviction of the unlawful use of dynamite or other ex plosives the unaivhist.H will give Spain a wide ls'i-th. It is thought hen that the anarchists have lecn allowed too much latitude in prcndiiig the tenets of their Is-lief and that henceforth the government should hunt them us wild beast to lie destroyed on sight. Fourteen French anarchists have lieeu arrested at liarcelona anil will ! proUi- ly expelled from Spain. ftcr his arrest Delroachc was ex amined last night at the ministry of the, interior. He was very violent and in stead of replying to the questions put i him he argued and declaimed, cn-ir.-ing his words with heavy blows of his fist on a table. He denounced in the most violent words all forms of gov rnment as unjust and declared In sub stance that every man should Is- ai med to follow his own in"linations with no regard to others and that the anarchists sought to attain this end by the use of dvnainite. The chief f polii-e who had him in charge tried In vain to still the current of his in- -cctive and denunciation, lie repeat edly told his prisoner to be cpiiet, but the latter refused. Finally he Ix-camc i demonstrative in emphasizing his re marks that it was foil n I necessary to place Ivavy manacles upm him. He continued to talk and the only thing that silenced hiiu was a threat to gag him. I'pon the conclusion of the examina tion the police made a raid on an an-: nrchlst's club and arrested twelve of it memlx'rs. They also sei.isl a lot of ocuincnts and a red and black flag. Among the articles that fell into the hands of the police were a number of iisgnises for the purpose of carrying on lynamite outrages. A b mill exploded on the street at Valencia yesterday. No one hurt A box of dynamite has been seized in Mal aga- t'ii.v r.icrrion. In Michigan. Dkthoit, Mich., April 0. - Among the democratic strongholds carried by the publicans ware Grand Rapids. Sagi naw, linsiiig. Port Huron, Muskegon, Battle Creek. Kalamazoo und Ypsilanti. No election was held in IVtroit. Among the more im portant cities in which the democrat wen1 victorious are Ann Arbir. St. Ag-nai-c. St. Clair. Pontiac, Manistee. Ilig Rapids. Mount Clemens. Alpena. Cold water. Adrian. Albion, Niles. Negaunce, Hay City, Owosso, Monroe and Wyan dotte. A I.etliiKlon. Mo., umrtal IM-ad. LKXixiiTON. Mo., April it. J. Reid More-land, registrar and treasurer of this city, died Monday of heart fail ure. He leaves a wife and one child, the widow being the daughter of John C.Young. He was the son of the late Maj. James Morcland. He was buried to-day from the Episcopal church with Knights of Pythias honors. Ki-MlnUtrr Krld In W.hlnirl-n. Washinktoxi April n. Whitclaw Reid. I'nited States minister to France, called on the president t his morning in company w ith Secretary Illaine and pre sented a draft of the extradition treaty concluded with France, which will be transmitted to the senate for action. The supreme court of the Choctaw nation convened on the 5th at Tuska homa with Joseph Garland, chief jus tice; Jefferson Gardner and J. W. Eve ridge. associate justices presiding; C-. Nelson, a-tornev-gcncral, and T. li. Kib ben, clerk. SELECTED CUPPINGS. Tbe thinnest ti&sue pap?r is one one hundredth of an inch in thickness. Thk paper trs of the South Seas is a kind of mulberry, with on inner bark of peculiar delicacy and softness. A nnAD-BKn of sln from iron mills. Iron filings nml gravel soon become us smooth and hard as asphalt. It is about perfeut Tu Anglo-Saxon mo-r.ks of the Ab bey of St Edmund in the eighth cen tury ate barley bread, aimply because the inoome of tho abbey wohH opt af ford lb luxury U w fceaU THE PARISIAN ANARCHIST, llavnrlml I. Or. Nii, Fuetc In Krgxril ( III. K.iln-lve. Paiiis, April (). liavachol ndmittcd to a magistrate yesterday that he wrote the article in the Journal International describing the surest melius! of blowing up buildings, and giving information as to the manufacture of boiulm and high explosives, lie told the magistrate that the explosive ho had employed In tho boulevard St Germain and Lobau bur- racks affairs was triple power dyna mite. He charged his Infernal machines with two kilogrammes of dynamite and two kilogrammes of his own explosive Hu gave the most minute details as to the manufacture of his ow n explosive. A sample of it has lieen sent to the state Inborn tory to Is- tested. A )kx recently urrived in this city nd dressed to Mutthicii, one of the accoin plices of the anarchist Itavuchol. Tho xilicc opened it and found that it con tallied two revolvers und several cart ridges. Th! box Is known to have lieen shipped from St. Etieiuie und the poli are trying to find out who shipped tho box. FAMINE STRICKEN RUSSIA. The Canto of llln Hleatiirr Missouri C.ralfi- liillf ItecKlt'cu - (III l-'or lh Captain of the strain. lilji. Lihac, Russia, April 6. The first train load of the cargo of the steamer Missouri, which brought to this port from New York an immense quantity of flour and grain given by the Ainei-i cans for the relief of the starving Rus sian peusants, will start for Orenburg this evening. The Missouri, which sans under the lirilish Hag, is com manded by Capt l-'ililey. Yes terday, in the presence of nil tho notables of the town, Count Is brinsky presented Cupt Finley with a splendid antique Russian tea servh-e. In replying to the presentation speech Capt Finley expressed himself us deeply touched at the appreciation shown for his slight services in bringing to Russia the offerings of charitable Americans, who had always shown themselves ready to respond in the most freehanded manner to appeals for aid from any na tion. A grand banquet will he given Wednesday evening to the American visitors, including the tlucc American iidicf commissioners. COLD HURT THE CATTLE. ThrHlorm. Al-i I'lnyi-d IIiivih With lha ItoYliir. In Inilinn Trrrtlnrv. Gri HIilK, Ok., April II. The cold snaps and storms of the past two weeks added to the lute spring played ha vim; with the cuttle grazing on the Indian lands ill this and Indian territory. In tho Usage, Pawnee and Otis- reservations the number pastured this winter has )ccn much smaller than usual, but large numbers have died and some smaller cattle owners are ruined. In the Chickasaw nation the loss hits lieen fully 20 er cent., and in the Crock country hundreds have died and many more are dying every day. In the great 'omanclie and Kiowa reservation the 'ss has lsen greater. Men coining in from there rcMrt having counted thou sands of carcasses along the trail, and say that tho cattle are still dying very fast The loss there is estimated at from SO to 40 w r li nt. THE LOUISIANA PRIMARIES. Murphy .1. Foster lli'i-lnreil the llionoi-rstlo Komtiif-. rur Covernor Holt ll tho Other FNrtloit. Nkw "hi fans, April 0. The couunit e of seven appointed to canvass the returns of the late democratic primaries concluded their lalm-s Inst night The miuiittee, by a vote of 4 to deriared Murphy J, Foster the demo -rat ic nomi nee for governor, throwing out the re turns from s un" precin-'ts wher." there" were suspicious of crookedness. 1 he Kiicry committeemen refused toabide I by the decision of the majority and j bolted. The session of the committee was a stormy one, and came nearly , breaking up in a riot. The w hole cam- paigu will lie fought over again, anil lit the general elivtion on the I ',1th of this month there will be two ilemocratieand , two republican tickets in the field. The ' different factions have ls-en wrought up to a high pitch, und bloodshed is feared. GEN. CLARKSON'S CONDITION. III. Il-Mlth Iteportfil to lis in a S4-rlMi. I'nnilltlnn From I iillitimnMory Hhrumil-tl-iit. Nkw Youk. April i. Private letters received in this city within a few days indicate that Gen. James S. t larks. .n. ! chairman of the republican national committee, is in a somewhat serious condition. After si-ve'rul wee-ks' stay at j Ashcville. N. C, where he event early in IYim iiiii v, he was hiiii suffering from inflammatory rheumatism, with which ' he had ls-en suffering he re. Week Is- I fore last he was removed in a private ! e"ar to Hot Springs. Ark. lie is now- nn- I able to do any work or to move" nlxuit much. The esiiifincmcitt incident tothe I dise-ase is wearing upon him. although j his condition is not e-onsidcrcd in any j sense critical. Mi's. C!arksen is with i him. Ju.tlf-e Ijtmar lli-ltur. Washington, April it. Thee improve ment in Justice Lamar's condition con tinues. It is reported at his rcsidene-e that he rested easily last night and that the prospcM-ts for his esunplcte recovery in a short time are encouraging. HHfttsn An.rrhlsti ste.et llynsenltf1. Illsl ssKI .. April li. Two hundred cartridges, containing sixty-three" and a half pounds of dynamite, have lieen stolen from the llanneaux collieries at Liege. f'lliininir. Next fall women w ho haee taken a collegiate eonrse can enter the r"st graduate course at Yale. It is not co educational in the general sense, and dis-s not involve that idea. The under graduate courses will remain exclu sively for young men. Hut it is offering to young w omen the advantages of the higher education which the college-s for women hive not the facilities to give. The John Hopkins university hai been presented with a rare evillc- tioo of Greek and Roman e-oins. gathered by an anhe"olirist during a twenty-five years' residence in Italy. Mrs. Charlotte Post who died in New York recently, celebrated her Wist birthday anniversary on the 2id of may. lsl. Eighty-nine direct descendants survive her. These include six e-hil-Iren, thirty-six grandchildren, thirty one great-grandchildren and eighteen great-great-grandchildren. Mrs. Smith eldi-st child is seventy-thn-e years old, and her youngest great -great grand child was born on her Ksith birthday. An authority on such subject de clares that a girl is safe lure-fusing to many the young man who U willing to sit In a comfortable parlor till ore o'ciink a. m , and If ave his horw stabling un blanketed at tli gate. DEATH IN TIIK TEMPEST. Various rurts of tho Country Swopt By a Tornado. Reveral Nniilhrrn Han.. Town. Destroyed ami Many 1'er.nn. KHIeel unil Injuri-il-Fury of I ho Ntorne at oihrrl'lucrs Damage to Frouurly Wichita, Kun., April 2. -In the fonr counties of llarls-r, llutler, Sumner and Rice Thursday night s tornado touched at least twenty p'aee-s with a fury which suggested the hand of a cyclone, and left iH-hind it 'n each instance cither dead to Ik mourned or wounded or help less ones to v.nil. The greatest calamity reported is from the little town of Towanda, eighteen mile's west of hero upon the St. Iniis & San Francisco railnsid whose po ulution yesterday numlterod alsmt :MI souls. This villuge lies now in absoluto ruin. In its whole area but one house rcmaina iinhiirmetl, not more than half u dozen others, with ruined chimneys and broken windows, wrenched. wrecked and roofless, even stand upon their foundations. Over the prairie lio the scattered remnants of the rest that but yesterday were homes. Hie dead numlsT four. I hey arc: John D. Godfrey, nged 7H, retired physi cian; llerschel ( upp, ngi-il SI, son of Daniel Cupp, one of the oldest act tiers of Kansas; John Ilailey, aged 21, rail road laborer; six-year-old child of John Hlake, merchant. Those fatally hurt are: Miss Annie Robbins, nged :.". ostmistrebS, broken arm, lung pierced, bruised over face and body and injured internally; Mrs. John R. Kerr, back and shoulder bruised und injured internally; Earl Kerr, nged 11, skull badly fractured; F'ern Maxwell, Bgecl 8. skull fractured: C. L. Westcute, aged so, skull fractured and Injured In ternally. The seriously injured are: Etlle Kerr, Willie" Maxwell, Elmore Hall, Mrs. Cory, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mcainey and child, William Mitchell, Mrs. Poor- luiugh, Mrs. William Mitchell, W. U. GibUs, Augusta, a country town south of Towanda, was partly destroyed by the storm. Every house" there" in the track of the storm was swept aevay. The ad are: Alticrt Rami's, aged 2:', farmer; Ha by of William R. Hoades; Harmon Hop kins, aged 30, farmer. Among the list of dangerously in jured are: Willi. on It. Houdes. bruised and in J u red internally; Mrs. Harmon lloskins and baby, Isilh bruised; Thomas Smith, injured alsmt head and shoulders; Mrs. Thomas Smith, injured internally; lle.-- bert Abbot and wife, sculp wound und numerous other serious bruises. Near the Oxford bridge, in Sumner county, a few miles south of Welling- ou, the cyclone struck the farm houso of JoM'ph Showaltcr. wrecking the louse and injuring every one of the thirteen memlicrs of the family. Mrs. Showaltcr and two of the family may die. fust north of Show alter' s it demolished the house of William Little, killing him and four children Instantly. Every horse in Little's stable was also killed. Of the nine iiiciiiIhts of Samuel I!nt rwortlt's family in his farm house" in the storm's path only his daughter was rionsly hurt Four iiiciiiIh-i-s of the ainily were carried over thriv hundred yards from the house. Every farm house" and barn ill that vicinity was damaged. Near South Haven the storm did great damage. Fully fifty farm houses were demolished anil about 100 people moru or less injured. I I.SKWIIKKK. Omaha. Neb., April At Platls inouth immense' damage was done to trees, fences, outbuildings and crops. At Sterling the work of the cyclone was confined to the wrecking of out house's and window-gins. The damage! will amount to se veral hundred dollars. At Ik'uviT City many buildings have been wree-ked, while the damage in the country districts is great. stiioxci City. Kan., April 2. The e-yclom" struck the residence of John G looser and killed Cloewr and wife and a small child and badly injured several others. William Snyder at Elmdale is rcorted fatally hurt The cyclone struck eight miles west of here und killed one man. William Richer, and probably fatally wounded several othe-rs. It did givat damage, along its track of se-veral miles. Atchison. Kan.. April 2. A ferritin gale Is'gan here at 12 o'clock last night, but no damage was done until nearly nim to-day w hen a tornado stuck the citv and unroofed and demolished sev eral large buildings and scattered signs, awnings and outhouses in every dins tion. 'The Santa Fe freight depot was unnsifed and the chaM'l at Mt.Scho asticul convent demolished. The ware house of the Thrall lee Co.. was de stroved and the grocery of H. Sayler is in ruins. Sr. JosH'H. Mo.. April 4. At 2o e-liK-k yesterday a wind storm struck this city which by o'clock had reached the velocity of fifty miles an honr. Nearly every telegraph and telephone wiee in the e ity has ls-en torn down, numerous small houses demolished and many large ones unroofed. Thousands of dollar worth of damage was cau-.il by the breaking of plate glass in store windows In the eastern part of the city a brick house was blown down, burying Liilio Hnshnell. ages! seven year, and seri ously injuring her. lti m ivcton. la.. April S.-Officers of the Hurlington Northwestern narrow gauge railway received the inf.irmation to-night that their passenger Irai,, which arrives at 7 p. m. had been blown from the track forty miles north. The baggage man. mail clerk and two pas sengers were seriiMisly injuivd and a dozen others Iwdty shaken up. Lf.avi.nv.orth. Kan.. April 1 At noon to-day the pale blew away a pxrt of the roof of the Great Western Stove works, and wotk was suspended for the day. The roof cf the lir-eat Western Machine works was lifted ten b-et at one end and dropped again DksMoims li . April 2. The wind began b'ow-tcg a hurricane here after raidniii.it and is still c.-irt'nninr AT! traffic on the streets is stf prwsl. A great many houses bav been unniofi-d and otherwise damscd The Sms-d blm-k. oncof ".he lariT"st he-olding in the i ity. wa nnroof'-d in part and Severn ! pas-r by had a narriw CM-epe-, Law K m K. Kan.. April . M ch dam age ba. ttcen eloite by the mirofing tf boetses n-f the ih-st relet ion ef outbeu--. At Haskell lrt'tivte the piazza and roof of the h;-pital nere binwn awsy. Sev-ei-al other roofs were atirely tluwn way. CONGRESSIONAL. Fpllnnie of ths 1'rrmillnir. Ilouu tlli. "a.t Work or Both W'lirN the sensle nu t on Itu-yJih Mr. Htemirl (Nkv ) nave notice Hi il h si.ulit on Monday rail up the tu-nate free coltru.'o hill. The ro:iii)utlio of Mr. Woii-olt reijui'-itln-f Urn ri'iilrnt to re frain from allotlfn-f lainl. to t'te Imllun. N-iul-Iiik furilti-r li'Klnlutl.iti im I ho huIijim-i wiiHii,-n .-d to. IhPHenHle then Kent inlo exi-i-illive m'S lon an I finally Uy s una-tiinoas volu rullllrd the Hi-lirtnK lies treitty. unit ttn-n ftiljiiilrne.l ... Wbe-n Ihe hou-w un-i the uin-n-Unii- llvht, Ihe .llvt-r eveltrnirnl M-i-lneil In have Ktitmlili-d and the tierllT iti-li-itn wad ri'sainisl. wtlh hut i lllllel Interest niiinlfi -steil. Mr. Hurler I ! I voratcit the free rnol bill: no did Mr. McCrary ny.i, ami jur. oaiiaa mil n-miuo nKainsi it I'he house pnised t-ie Ki-nule Itltt for a port of ili-llverr at ls-s MoIiuk, and Ihn rt'.lirniiUnn of Mr. Mill. (Tex I was pn scmi-il lo the hmuie Adjourned. Thk reiiiuri' of the iirixccdinKn of ihe w mile on the :lui Wun Ihe sweariutf ia of Senator Mills, of Ti-i.ih. Many mcnilM-rn of the nous, were present. Tho new senator", disk was handsomely decorated with hoai nets. Aft-r In-trig sworn in Sen-iior Mille h-ld iulte s rii-en-tlon In Ihe rear of the rhaml-r. Atler Die usual morning- huslneim Senator Htanford rtiiokii In supiinrtnr hi. hills to ileicrmlne th value of a li-K.il lender dollar, Ttie army upproiiriulion mil was then considered until adiourninent The Iree wool hill was further delated In the house. J. l. Taylor lO.i njieakaix viKorounly In opiK.mil, m to the hill, who denouniTil II as a si heme of tlm e-otton raiHi-r. of the south and Ihe wool manufacturer of the mirih to enrich IheniKelvc. at ihe is-nse of the nation. Mr. llutler lU.I six-ke in favor of the bill. A n-nolutlnn wasadopn-d that general debate clone on Saturday and that a vote lie taken on Monday. TllK attrndum-e In the senate ws-e not Uriro onthe;llst. In reply to a ipiestlon Mr. Sher man. rh:ilrmun of tho foreign retntion. com mittee, mil l id that work on tho Nicaragua canal was (.repressing- favorahly underaprl vuie corjioratlon rhurtered by lonKress, and that i-onirress had done nothiuK to aid It. Mr. Morgan offered a wrli-. of resolution Instruct Itur the conimltloe ou llnance to innuin- and re port as u the effect of the set of lM on the prlre of .liver bullion and rcijuinn? a prompt reirt. Mr. Sherman opposed tho resoluilon. and Mr. Moruun .aid he wlshrd senators to place themselves on record for or ap-alnst free coinane. The rrsolutton. went over and the In dian appropri Alton bill was debated until ad journment In the hnti-io Mr. Watson ilia.) aiii-nipti-d to e-all up his antl I'inkerton resolu t'on. but fulled to Ri-t recopntllon. and Ihe iiouse rcHiimod debate on Ihe free wool hill, (iov. Mi:Kinlcy. of Uhlo wal on the Ihmr And took much Interest In the dUrusKion. The de bate rontlnucd until i-Il-Iii o'clork. when s re rem was t ikon Hut liulc was done at the rvenitiff Kesslon. Manv M-tftr,nH were pri ented in th" si-nate iii the 1st for e-loslnir Ihe world's lair on Stin dayn. Mr. Mirsnn's ri-solutlon on the silver nuisllon was i-ruilttid to ro over until Men liav. 1'he Indian appropriation hill was taken up. After various am'-ndmcnts hvl been aret'd lo In committee of the w hole the hill was re ported to the si'iKile. After an exeeutfvi: ses sion the M-nate adjourned until Monday Af ter considerable ilhliuHterliut ou uiiiiniMirtan motions the houie final Iv went into roMiiiiiitee of the whole on Ihe free wool hill. It was liuallv agreed that debate should clos ; Satur day oho .'dl and the house lo alt a recess, the evi-niiijr session lo lie for the consideration of private pension bills. Tiik senate was not in sis-Ion on the -d and dobale on Ihe free wool bill rontfnucd In the house. Messrs Mi-K innoy t V. II. . Wl'son ( Mo. I und Cumininits Hioke in favor of Ihe bill and Mr. Harrows l Mich. I .jvike In npixisll ion. The debate was rinsed by Mi-srs. Hrvan t NYi.. and D'Armond iMo l In favor of the bill and the house adjourned W iiks the senate met on th" 4lh Ih'-rr vai a feeble at ti-mpt lo heat off the silver delmle bv Keltlnvf othi-r inatterA In-fore Ihe sen:ite but It failed. Mr. Sherman st temp-ed to call up the bill for the rtasHlttealion of Krain but failed, and the appropriation bill pat Inthouav but .Mr, lease wtthn-dd t'ie mitler feintiorarll i-. Mr. Morir.in llu-n proreedert to nd Iress the senate In faeor of silver, and in Ihe course of his remarks said the m titer would lie seedHy ad jiisu il bill fer the nmniK-rof presidt-iulal aspir ants who h id friends anion? senators To test tic mitter Si-nitor Shi-rman then moeisl to tattle th-- resolution, whlrh brought out some n-marks from Senator T.-ller. Mr Su-warl ss,ki- in favor of fn-e coinage. The matter tle-nwi nt over and the s.-n-ii-adjourned . . In Ihe house, ufb-r about thirty iniiiub s i-onstder-atlon. the C'hlnoso exi-lusion bill pas-ed by a vote of 17s yeas lo eJ n ev.s ll prohibit, any subjis-t of 'hma. eici-pl illplorna' it- and con sular oltli-i-n andsirvan-s from enter. nn this country and those leavin tin i-ountry ure not in'rmilted lo return. Visitors are -rmltted undi-r n rlatn rul-s. The wnale ri-s,ilutiou to prlnl K.lMI copi.-s of tho eulogies on Senator l'lumb was concurred In. The debate on free wool was then re.uiiiod under Ihe 1 mils and Mr Sprlnirer closed the ilebati- bv subuuttlnir some n-m:erVs w hi-h he h id Mr Hrvan ( N'eb l ri-.d for him as he h id no! sutlcli-ntly recovi-ri-d to sis-ak in iw-rsoii, Mr. Sprlnirer was warmly rei--lMit by the ni-mln-rs -vhen he appcan-kln Ihehoue l"i-oilllisf t-onslderatlon of the bill, uuiid much confusion. Ihe house adjourned. A FIZZLE IN LONDON. Thai I. What Is said In K.-itard lo the llem ein.lrtloll of the rncniploj eil Work men. I.ONIHIN. April .Y The demon-t rat ion of the unemplovisl workmen, w hich w as arranged to occur ye'sterdav. w as a fi.- .le. There was no parade except that of a few- hundred men w ho went in a bisly Ui St. Paul's cathedral. eH-etiiig to hear a ss'cial sermon usm tlu-ir con dition, as IS'an Gregory w as undcrst-ssl to have promised such a discourse. The dean eas not present, however, nnd Canon Ncwtioldt. who officiated in his place', preached a sermon appro priate to the Lenten se'itson. but without an allusion to a particular class ol lalnrers. Many sight-see-rs we're on hand ant ieipatiug some sensa tional m-ciirreiice. in which they were disapiiinlcii. The "unemployed" w ent away disgusted, their leaders vowing tli' evould demand an explanation from the dean. The latter denies that he promises! the' delegation which waited um him that be would deliv er a spis-ial sermon. hut lie afti-ed to ns that if t he-class rvfortvd to de sired it a special service would Is' had for them, but the servie-e was to be of the usual kind. Ilurleil and -eiveretl W ith f eineiil. Ill hi. is. April .". The Issly of a girl has ls-en discovered U'lieath the floor of a isittage near Hannoly. tescnty miles sonttiwi-st of Cork. The body bad lss-n buried and then covered with is-ment in a w ;iv idenl ical with that fo' lowed liy tbe murderer 1 s-ming in the'e-ase' of his wife and four chilibs-n. w hs" Isslies we-rc found under the floor e'f Ibnham Villa at Kain Hall, nc.-ti- Live-rpool. DATES OF INTEREST. Walt, the popular German national dance, was intmeluced into Kngland by Karon Neuman and others in sis. Till game of tennis w.is eriginal'y brought from Trance. It became fash ionable in Kngland in the reign of Charles II , lorse-iasY Tnr first striking ol-srk was Imported Into l'-urope by the Persians about the rear siV) A I. It was brought a a pier-sent to Charlemagne from Abdclla, king of Persia, by two monks of Jeni aalem. Ter. firt entry of goll brought to the mint in Entrland for coinage occurred in Ldw ard III. "a reign. 1: 4i Tin w-aa otinc-l ly Charles II., :CS4, and gun Eelal end pe's-tcr Ir his successor, James, after hia abdication. IloKxrn mom" n frst infnv dnced in the iicw of William Fnfus. br ' T.o'icrt the Ii.in.lv." r..lert s shoes were Wig and p-int-s1, the Uxs. being turned np and tn istel lii.-r a ram's horn. I'll this ass-oimt li-ti.ry fre quently refer to him as "Hubert tae II .irneU. " Mi rn of the paper f t booka Is triage new of wocHj ptip trea'ed nivh power ful xils. THE STOHY CONTINUED. .tiiollirrt'h.iter In th. Ifiirruwlnf atr of the Kunnel-.Hhaeil liemetw. f'liKHiivyAl.K, Kan., April 5. Nlorm st rickeii southern Kansas received an other visitation of the dread monster Sunday afternoon. This time the in strument of destruction was the genu ine cyclone, a funnel-shaped cloud, which whiiliug and twistiivf carried everything licfore It on its journey from southwest to northeast. This is the list of casualties: Mm. .lohu Itei'Tes, killed instantly; John lieeves, fatully injured; Mrs. I'erry Nixon, seriously injured; Mrs. K. It. Law son, struck by lightning. The storm made ita first manifesta tion at Lils'ity, eight miles south of this city, w here it carried uway part of the Southern Kansas depot, se-atlcred the contents of S. A. lb-own & flo." lumber yard und overturned several small houses. Three mile's further to the northeast it st.uck the farm house of Dr. .1. V. Gnrd of this city, occupied by John Hecves. carried away the house, barn and outbuilding, killed Mrs. Kecves outright and fatally injured Mr. Reeves. I'rom this point the cyclone contin ued the destruction of fences, hay stacks, orchards and small buildings until it came to a farm house, three, milea southeast of this town, o-wupled by J. ,1. Kinmerson. who until a short time since resided in f'herryvale. It blew the house and barn away and car rie;d Mr. and Mrs. Kinmerson several hundred fii't seriously injuring them. One-half mile further on it struck the house of L. Itaker, scattering it over adjacent fields, leaving Mr. Itaker and his three daughters huddled in a heap on the floor, which alone remained on the found.-tion. Among other places still further north and east which were damaged were those of I'erry Nixon, Nelson War ner and Kred Wagoner. Mrs. Nixon was the only one in that neighlsirhood who sustained serious injury, although the houses and Imrns in the path of tho Morm in that lisality were completely demolished. The summary of the storm's casual it ies in this vicinity is one killed, three badly and sixty slightly injured. The only damage done in this city was a number nf window lights broken by the hail. The destruction of property in the Bountrv was terrible. EXCLUDING CHINESE. The hlnese Mrltislon IIIII Hushed Through, the House. Wasiiini.tom, April 5. The Chinese exclusion bill was passe-d by the house yesterday, after thirty minutes' consid eration, by 17s reus to ft nays. The bill absolutely prohibit any Chinese whether or not subjects of China, excepting diplomatic ami consul ar olliecrs and servants, from entering the I'nited States, anil the Chinese who may hereafter leave this country are prohibited from returning to this coun try. It make's liable to arrest upon warrants issued by any justice, judge or I niteil Stiil.es commissioner Chinese entering this country by cross ing its iHiuuiluries or found unlawfully in the I'nited States, nml provides for the punishment of the Chinese by imprisonment not to exceed live years and subseiuent removal from tliisvountry to whence they came, pro vided that when they come herefrom China by way of contiguous foreign ter ritory shall 1"' rcturni-d to China. The act applies to subjects of China and all Chinese, even if subjects of any other foreign jsiw-er. A STORM IN THE EAST. 1'orllon. of Ohio and West Virginia Visited -Creat llam.ire Hone. Will KUNii, W. 'a., April 5. A terri ble storm of w ind and hail cut across Itclmont county, (.. and Ohio county, W. Va.. at .":: yesterday afternoon. Kejuirts from all the townsin the storm's track te'll of buildings unroofe'd and thousands of windows broken. Small streams we-rc swollen over their banks in a few minutes. At St. ClairsviUe. (., not a house e-s-ai-d some damage. while at Martin's Kerry. Klnaville and other places the loss is .serious, l-'iye build ings were unroofed in the northe'rn part of this city, but the worst part of the storm fortunately pushed half a mile to the north. The hills north of the city are white with hailstones. Late ro'sirts from the territory cov-M-eil by tlie storm make the damage much more serious, due life is reported hist, at Glenn's linn, three miles north of Wheeling. At Martin Kerry I9.000 lights of glass were broken, and at St. ClairsviUe S.ihhi. The market gar deners north of this eity alone sustain a loss of $,;.U1KI in the riesi ruction of hot tieiis. ISi.i-r.s of eirchurds are almost ruined. DEMONETIZATION OF SILVER. The llt-preftsion In II. V slue I'aiises Lon don l'MM-r to Illaine America Therefor. Loximix. April 5. - In a long article on the situation in India growing out of the fall in the priiv of the rupee, the Times says: "I'nim the time of the elemoneli.ation of sil ver in Wo to the passage of the llland Iiiii India has Ken hclp le'ss, she sevs her currency the plaything of foreign legislation. The prese-nt rates of exchange are an intima tion to e-eervlswly and to every firm with money inve'stcd in India that they may sun have' to write eff its value one-half of what it was values! at twentv-tive years ago. As faras can ie ses-n tin' rut.s -as not ye't reached its lowi-st value and thit it will scarcely re-a h its loesesi point while" the Amer ican trvaMiry e-ontimies to make en fort cd pure-hiiM-s of silver." Ii-m.li1 Handlt.. Saivox ( 'itt. Idaho. April .V There have Iwcn of late nume-rous hold ups of the stare near Harvey's ranch and sus pii ion was finally directed to old man Harvey and his family. The sheriff, with ten men. waited in h'ding near the place the robberies usu ally ti.ik plsi-e and when the stage ar rived there a short time afterward six 1'amlit- step-x-d enit in the road and -t.-ppcl it The shi-riff appeared and t.-s.k in the w hole gang, w ho proved to ! Ilmiri si daughters in male attire. 1 pe of the go's weakened and told the hole st-vy. She said she never likesi the work and clad they were caught. Handsome Clfl. Sax I rim i-, o. Apr il 5 It is said h--f that w h-n F--srk Caro'an marries the vo'insest daohtcr of eVenrge M. I'u'lman. the mi"'onairecr builder will pn-nt to the bride as a weddinggift t he c ,.lt. n msn-H-n on Nob Hill. This is the handsomest ' house on tins hi l of railway and bonana pal-a.s-s. t' u-h n-'t the estliest. It waa Inult I lie n Colt m. w ho was tinane lal niana,.-. r for Stanfi-nl and Crocker, and who -was mnde fumrns by the suit br-.wn.-ht liy his widow to re. over a large am from the Southern PaeificU. fri'rx-rty is ya'-it'd et IJW,t;0.