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3 3 nn n V TT CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VIN1TA. INDIAN TKUUITOKY, THURSDAY, APRIL H, 1892. VOL. X. NO. 'SI. TPTIr CHIEFTAIN CURRENT COMMENT. At Lexington, Miss., Mis Dixie. Cola Is the express agent, Miss Kmily Wright Ik the postmistress and Miss Motile llim UUtu has charge, of the telegraph ofllce. Tiik blood vessel In the white of the rye are no small that they do not admit tho little red, corpuscles to which the ordinary re-,1 appearance of the blood is 1 lie. Tiikrk Is a whirlpool in the Santa Fe river, three miles northwest of High Spring Kla., into which one thousand fii't of line has beeu lowered without liudiutj bottom. Viianchs and Mary Arnold-Forster liave written ft life of Alpllollso XIII., of Spain, under the title "Horn a King," which U pmbubly .the only known vfurd. df bo short a life. tons. Sakaii Titti.r lioiro.v, once fa Hums as tho pioneer poet of Indiana, Wst known by her production, "I'aiidle Your Own Canoe," is still living in In diaun polls at the age of 77. Tiik returns issued by the Itritish "Iioaril of trade for March show that the imports iiijreasod 7,250,000 and the ex ports decreased 10,000,000 as compared with thso fr the corrcsxinding month last your. The skeleton of a whale over 100 feet long has Ix-cn discovered buried in the fcundn on the shore of Ituranhoff island, 1T Alaska, far atiovc the high tide mark. It is supposed to have beeu there hun dreds of years. This Itritish minister ml led at the White house on the Gthandhad another conference with the president in regard to the modus vivendi for the coining dealing season. It is understood that a conclusion in the matter hua practically been reached. Ul'EKN Maroakkt. of I till v. thniio-h somewhat inclined toward cmbonooint. ' Is nevertheless a lieautiful woman even .Vet. It is said that on the day of her marriage (in lSfis), when receiving the foreign embassadors and ministers, she tloke to each of them in their own language. "HrmacANK" Is the old Spanish name for a West India cyclone; but is now used to designate a long-continued wind of extreme violence. In lteau fort's scale cue rises through "light," "gentle," "fresh" and "strong breezes," "fresh," "strong" and "whole gales," ami "storm" to ''hurricane," by which the mariner understands "a velocity of ninety miles or more an hour." Anotiikk volume of the works of the late Count Von Moltke has been issued. It includes a youthful novel, "Two Friends," and "Thoughts of Comfort llogarding Earthly Life and the Reli ance on Eternal Life," in. which Von Moltke shows himself a lieliever in future life of the most tolerant type, admitting the etlicacy of prayer, whether Christian, lluddhist or Mohammedan. Tiik "angry tree," a woody plant which grows from ten to twenty-live feet high, and which was formerly sup poscd to exist in one state of the union, Nevada, lets recently lieen found in eastern California and Arizona. If dis turlied this peculiar tree shows every ign of vexation, even to ruffling up its leaves like the hair of an angry cat, and giving forth an unpleasant, sickening odor. So stupendous is the scale on which the visible universe is framed that a ray of light which would travel round the earth in 0. l:i:S6 of a second of time, docs not reach us from Neptune under a pe riod of more than four hours; while from the nearest fixed star (alpha Cen tauri) it occupies five undone-half years, and from a little star called Ma in Cas siopeia, iti Journey occupies ninety years. As far as research has been able to determine, glass was In use 2.000 years before the birth of Christ, and was even then not in Its infancy by any manner of means. In the Stade collection at the Hritish museum there is the head of a lion molded in glass, bearing the name of an Egyptian king of the eleventh dynasty. This is the oldest specimen of pure glass bearing anything like a date now known to exist. A LATE scientific authority states that oy saturating a bullet with vaseline its ! flight may tie easily followed with the eye from the time it leaves the muzy.le of the rifle until it strikes the target The course of the flight is marked by a beautiful rin? of smoke, caused by the vaseline lieiug ignited on leaving the muzzle of the gun. This smoke ring will remain suspended in the air for Mme time after the bullet strikes if the day is not too windy. WAtin McAi.listkk's only daughter vras visiting not long ago in Philadel phia, and at a luncheon given in her honor assu met! airs of superiorit y w hich caused the other women present min gled amusement and race. During the luncheon she remarked in a supercilious tone to a bright girl on her right: "Ah, haw you any one here who fills the Mimcuhat important place in society that papa docs in New York?" "O, yes, several," sweetly replied the girl'ad-dresM-d, "but they're all colored men." Itama commerce for the first two months of lsdi showed imports amount ing to lAI.00ti.H7rt lire, against !7.2iV813 lire for the same period in fin, and ex ports of l.Vi.05i.4:i4 lire, as against 1-.M,-700,.V0 lire for the same period in 1891. Everythinsr points toward a speedy con clusion of the negotiations pending be tween Switzerland and Italy for the conclnsion of a commercial treaty. Al though Italy has been obliged to make greater mncesaiona to Switzerland than had hecn expected, still the conclusion of the treaty is welcomed in every quarter. Trade statistics Just published show that the total exp-trts from Itcrmsny to the I'nited States during the present year hsve lsrindy decreaxed.as compared with thoe of the "orresponding period last year. In the Merlin consular dis trict the det-resse for the first quarter of 1 tJ in P.oon.fioo marks, as compared wiih the same quarter of l'ft. and in tht ITambnrg district .ifo.oi" marks. In w of the district there has been for the period mentioned an increase, anv-'unlirtg in Hanover to st.uon marks, in I'lanen -'S.O'iO mirks, in Dresden .V0, 0J0 marks and in liera i'0.0) marks. rT a the 1odr of Mr. J. Wilson, of Wusiiv. Iml.. was beinir placed in ie covin for burinl she tl.rewupher arm and r'a'd the hand of an asivt ant. n."stjrnt 1 -e were applied and -he is iw.w in a ftir sr to recn-er. Anima tun hid . n iu'jHudcd three d rf NEWS OF THE WEEK. Qleanod By Tolograph and MalL I'liUSONAL A.l I'OMTICAI. Tiik presldentof Venezuela is doomed, as it was rcortcd on the tith that the relk'ls were closing in on him. Tiik Nebraska supreme court has re fused to grant e.x-liov. Thayer's petition for a rehearing of the celebrated guber nutorial cane tf llo.vd vs. Thayer. This settles the matter for nil time and t!ov. llovd'a olllcial position Is now Qrmly es tablished. A ci.osk personal friend of Mr. Uuyurd has stated that the ex-swfetary of state will make the speech putting Cleveland in nomination und will work early and late for the success of his cnudidato. Hon. William Saii hihmiv, chancellor of the state of Delaware since 1874 and I'nited States senator from 1H08 to 1M7I, died at his residence at Dover on the lit h. I'oMiM.KTK returns of the Hhode Island election from all parlsof the state show a total ou tho state ticket of nt.Ttd, un increase of about 10,000 over the largest vote In tho state's history. lirown (rep.) for governor polled 27, liHI, Ward well (dcm.) '.;:,41fl, (iilU-rt (pro.) 1.MI0, ltarton (peo. ) 11H1, and there were 7.1 scattering votes. These figures show a plurality of 3,047 for lirown and a ma jority of isrt. Hull and 1'ttcr, republic an candidates for lieutenant governor and secretary of state, ore. also elected by small majorities, but there is no election for attorney general ami gen eral treasurer. Tiik president has recognised tho right of Spain to object to the estnli lishment of a 1'nitcd States consulate at I'onapc, in the Caroline islands, and has accordingly recalled Mr. Hand, who was recently appointed consul at that place. It is understood that the govern ment will take no further uctiou in the matter. Tiik customs committee of the Trench chamber of deputies have unanimously approved the commercial agreement In1 tween France ami the I'liilcd States negotiated by Whitcluw Rcid. Tim house has passed senate bill to change ths time for holding terms of tho I'nited States circuit court and dis trict courts in tho western district of Missouri. William MiIIksrv, atone time owner nnd proprieter of the St. l,onis I'ost Disputch, and brother of the lute II. 1). Mcllenry, died ott the Sin at Hartford, Ky. Tiik Massachusetts state democratic convention met on the 8th at lloston and selected di legates at large to the national convention. Resolutions were adopted indors'ng tariff reform and de claring that thj Ih-s', Interests of the party and country d' mam! the nomina tion and elect i n of (1 rover Cleveland lis president, .loin W. Corcoran, Patrick A. Collins. John E. Hussell and Albert C. Houghton were elected delegates. Tiik I'niU'd States Consul (Jeneral at Cairo, John A. Anderson, is slowly re covering from the severe operation he underwent some time ago. lieexpivts to leave Egypt for England on the ri riiha April 17 and after a short stay in London will sa!l for America. Owtno to the lack of unoccupii-d space in Westminster uhticy Very Uov. (icorgc Granville Krudey, D. D., dean of West minster, has reluctantly declined to find room in the abliey for the proposed monument to the late .lames Hussell Eowcii. The dean ii.ta r,uKKesUu in stead a stained glass window in the chapter house. It is stated at Indianapolis, Ind., that the (iruy and Cleveland factions have finally reached a compromise. Cleve land's supporters tire said to consent that (iray shall have the Indiana dele gation's vote for a few ballots, the dele gation then to go to Clevelund and stay with him until the buttle is cjided. Mil. Si-msoKii's bill authorizing the holding of un international monetary congress was introduced in the house on the 8th. Tiik Herlin correspondent of the Eon don Times writes that the liclicf is growing in parliamentary circles there that lien. Von Caprivi will shortly re sign the chancellorship. It is an open eerct thattien. Von Caprivi and Dr. Von lloetticher, the secretary of state for the interior, disagree. Tiik final ofl'f ial canvass of the presi dential vote in (inateinulu resulted as follows: (fen. lieina lturrios. !i7.S'JU votes; Dr. Eainth-sta. 2S..MW; Dr. Mont- elar, 11.42S; Dr. Elerna, 7..VI4; (ion Mcndizatml. 4,s:;i. (Jen. Har.-ios hav ing retM'ivetl a majority of all the votes ' cast, was dei'lnred president-chvt. Ilox. (cKoitiiK C. (iomiAM. evivntor of the private papers of the late Secretary Stanton, has published an open letter to S'nator Sherman in which he criti cises thtit portion of the eulogy of his brother, at the recent banquet in New York, in which he referred to President Johnson and Seeivtary Stanton. Tiik election in the Argentine rcpiili lic for provincial delegates to elect a president passed o(T quietly. The rad icals abstained from voting. The con ciliation party was victorious. After the election a state of siege was rcim posed. Ex-PnKsiiinT Ci.kvki.am has de clined the invitation of tVie Cleveland Club to visit St. Ixmis. MIMTELUtKriWa. At Angiers, capital of the department at Maine-et-loire, France, and the seat of numerous industries, on the night of lheiHha dynamite bomb wa-s quietly placed upon a window sill of the police depot, the fuse lighted and the anarch ists withdrew. A tremendous explo sion which caused consternation in the neighborhood followed. Every pane of glass in the poli depot and the ad ja4ent house was shattered and the depot itclf was greatly damaged. One policeman in the building km injured. There has been no clew to the perpe trators. Thp. treasury U.ught 224.0oO ounces of silver at M.w'4.S to W wvvi on the Sth. Ix an encounter between cattle men and what are called "range rustlers" in Montana, recently, eight of the former were killed and several wounded. The trial of Kavachol. the Parisian anarchist, has lieen fixed for April 2. M. Iteanrprter, th? pnbi pot--,".:tor, will personally conduct lite prosecution. Foi n more ti-idies of victims of the (golden Eule disaster at Cincinnati have ' been recovered by d' vers. i ttov. ISrowv has signed th-bid de-I creasing -hsrge for t!ie use of tele- ! phones in Maryland i Cokoftrn pts'pln hare laid ofT a m w ! town near Kingfisher. ii:. I Tiifbk have lsen five incen'iiarr fins : within a week in Vienna and the p-sple ' are consequently v. a st3e of evcit- ' ment. for it is more thin hit. ted that these fire were all the work of anarch- ' it. who hav- 1ecil'-l t o ft- int,?,,! j of dynarni'e tt, in?iuL"urate thir threatr j en'nj re;irn of terror. S'KCItKTAMV Notlt.B hftS otiHed OlIV. SeUV, of Oklahoma, that the. Cheyenne and ArapuliiKi i-cwrvutlon will Ih open ed for settlement on April 111. County scats it iv to be protected by the military. Nkak Inowru.law, a town of Prussia, province of Pow'n, Dr. Piminskl, a high Polish ecclesiastic, was waylaid by four men and shot ilea 1, his Itody being lit erally riddled with bullets 11 red from the revolvers of the four men. A num ber of villagers pursued tho assassins and finally brought them to bay. Two were soon killed anil the other two com mitted suicide after it desperate light. The htallcs Were searched and on e:i 'll of them was found a red ticket, on which was printed tho words "Execu tion committee of tho Polish anarch ists." Tiik trotting stallion lfamdiillah, owned by Aiken I Iron., died nt En Crosse, Wis., the other day. He wan valued at fl.niK), and had a record of obtained ut Sioux Kails. Ham dallnh was 8 years old. A Chickasaw citizen, James E. Siecd, shot a tenant on his farm who was about to brain him with a hnlchct, nnd then surrendered. A Xkw York company will grind coal and mix It with water and force, it through n pipe direct from tho coal Holds to the city, where It will be dried in trucks. D. .1. M. UllAliKoini. a prominent cit ir.en of Mulvanc, Kun., has disappeared. The hx'al alliance has taken steps to en deavor to discover his wherealsiuts. Tiik average of winter wheat Isshown to be about -M per cent lower than a year ngo. KlVK contract laborers were detained lit Ellis Island on the Dili. They were under contract to go to work at tho dairy of Erod Schwcttc, ut Allegheny, Pa. Tiik steamship Phydias. from Santos, itrcivikfl nl Wv Y.ielf tti tin, lilt It luii-f seven 111 her crew. While lying at San tos yellow fever broke out und three of her crew were sent llshore. On the trip to New York lioss Earscn. Nicholas Wisilen ii ml Patrick MirClosUcy, all members of the crew, died of the fever. ' Engineer Cismihs was drowned while taking a sea hath. I Tiik demand of the Olympic club of New Orleans that John E. Sullivan and James .1. Corb.'tt should deposit $J.MK) each as guarantees that they will up- j pear and tight in the Hug of the club on September 7 may lie nn imp-diment to the eonsumin itlon of the match, for Charley Johnson. StiKivasi's backer, says he will not p it up a cent to that end. I Dii:i:i rtns of the Texas World's Fair soeiiitlon met at (ialveston oh the Uth 1 and formally accepted tl.ilveston's prop osition to erect the Texas exhibit build- I ing on the world's fair grounds at Chi cago at a cost of H0X00O provided the state exhibits niv concentrated in that j city for classification and arrangement Is foiv being shipped to the World's fair, (ialveston has also raised ."0,0!KI for tho construction of the building. I Tisk Passaic chemical works at New ark, X. J.. were damaged by lire t the extent of :.0,000 on the 10th. Owing to the lr-avy fumes of chemicals the lin1 men had diflieully in fighting the lire. About twenty firemen wens overcome by the fumes. (lov. Hovt, chairman of the Russian relief committee, has received ff,70t) from Ihe citizens of Cincinnati for the Hussian famine sufTeivrs' fund. Ileulso ri'itdvcd a lilM-ral coiitribittion from (lov. Fleming, of Florida, in liclialf of the citizens of Tallahassee. Ax inventory and appraisement was filed at San Francisco on flic Uth in tho matter of the estate of Sarah A. Terry, the widow of Judge David S. Terry, who is now in the insane asylum. The total value of her personal estate is 700. nnd con -i .!s of j Iry, silverware i and dress goods. The p -operty wiilK taken care of by K. Porter, as guardian. SmciMMi circles hi Philadelphia art ut present greatly alarmed over the loss of three vessels, the crews niuiilsTing forty-eight people, and proM'rty to the value of ulsmt f24,00O. The steamers are the (tcrman Alaric, from lluelva, February 2'!, for Philadelphia or Now York; the Italian bark Immaculata, which sailetl from Cionfucgoes January 22. for Philadelphia, and the schooner Mathias, from Norfolk, March 2, for New York. ADDITIONAL DISPATCHES. At Albany, X. Y.. on the Pith Mayor James II. Manning and the entire demo cratic ticket wen- re-elected by 1S.O00 majority. The democrats carried seven teen out of eighteen wards. Mr. Man ning is the son of cx-Seeivtary of the Treasury Daniel Manning. Jamks II t yks, a trimmer of the Hus ton Electric Eight Co.. was found hanging lifeless the other day from the cross-bur of lieof the iolcin Dover street. The leather straps that tsiunil him to the cross-bar prevented him from falling. A msi'ATi H from Tol.-io, Japan, says that the eonthigration that broke out there on Ihe loth did enormousdainagc. Six thousand houses were destroyed. The h ss of life was heavy. Tiikkk were two earthquake shocks In central New York on the Pith. They were distinctly felt in Montgomery, Warren anil Otsego counties. Tiik loss in northern Mississippi by the floods has ls?n estimated at fl.iHMI.- ooo. Gamiii.k Wkih. late police superin tendent of Pittsburgh, Pa., who died suddenly three months ago, is now said to have been poisoned, but the guilty party cannot lie placed. i UK president has approved the act relating to life saving appliames on steamers plying exclusively on lakes. liavs and sounds of the I niteil States. I'mthi Statks troops have Iwen or dered to co-operate with the authorities f Wyoming in effts-ting a settlement f the diflicultics Iwtwecn the cattle men and rustlers. Tiik 1'nitcd States steamship Iroquois on her voyage from Samoa to Honolulu lame near repeating her experience of a year ago, when she broke dim n on her way fmm San Francisco to Apia, and aft'r drifting eighty-seven davs turned up at Port Townsend, Wash. She was out of coal, her sails were near ly all gone and her boilers almost use levs. Thf king and queen of Italy hare ar ranged to visit the court at Herlin in June, t-j remain a week. the senate on the lith Mr. Stewart poke on the silver question. Mes'-iv t hand'er and Palmer spoke on the joint resolution prnpoin a constitutional amendment for the cliH-tion of 1'iiited States senHto.-s liy the pisiple. In the house a j'irit rvsduti n appropriating n .One fur the purchase snd distribution if snlisisit-nce stores fur snfTercrs by ll.wwl on the Toeiliictice river was orTerf-,. an.l referred. Mr. Cooper ilud.) made a personal explanation till the jieUsion of..;e invest jc-at i,i n. i NEARLY READY. Proaklont'8 Proclamation Opening New Territory 8Ikho4. SEVUUL THOUSANDS ARE WAIIIK The i:tlnuile Are I n to 40,000 -Ci.ninil.- Iihis Have lleen Imiueil to onieer of (lie 'Sfvr CfMinllca KMierleurlti I)timKreiill Wealliiir, KixoHsiiKli. Ok., April El.--The fol lowing telegram Mils received last night by tlov. St ay, who Is in Kingfisher! 1i Hun. A. .1. scuv. ilovrrnor nf OUUiliein . W AsiliKiiroM, April I ;.-l'ns:lm:iili)ii fnf Oin ritn t liiails of I'lii-vi nne Hil l Arjinilnw resi r vailen hiH liccn Hlgnett by the p resales! snd will is.4iic 1 in irraw. prod amitiuii up..n the new Ii rrilury for iiuhllc seitlrnirnt Bl Mull noun Tccsit;iy, April IJ. John W. Noiii.s Secretary. The governor was also notified that otlicial maps of the new territory and S'-liedules of the lands allotted to the Indians had been forwarded by yes teniae's iniiil. tlov. Seay ersoniill,v confirms former report that he will issue Ills proclama tion opening the county seats for occu pation to take effect the same day desig nated by the president for opening the lauds for settlement, but from one to three hours later than high mvill ac cording lo the distance the county seatu lire from the borders from where the run lii-gins. Then- Is no desire to furor anyone in tho race, but the governor ex pressly states that sooners shall not have advantage of honest seekers of town properties, (lov. Scuy has but partially completed his list of upiiointnlents of olllclals fur the counties in the new territory, al though he has been Working faithfully. Eocal f cling crops out In so many in stances that It Is tiresome anil often next to imisible to determine upon mi iij.pointinent Isu eting the favor of nil eon eriied. As fast as appointments tlreinil le they arc notified by letter. The governor requires of the county "probate judges" that they meet him at hisolll e at Guthrie Friday, April 15, for consultation and t) r.-ecivo instruc tions. The governor will approve the bonds nf the county judges, administer the oulli of otll v to Hu m and deliver the comuiiHsions of all other olllclals in their respective counties Into their hands and will charge them with their safe delivery and the administering of the onth of ofllce to each. The county 1'omitilssioiieiH will Immediately resolve themselves into a court f ir the approval of their bonds by the county judge for the purpose of inspecting and approv ing the bonds of other olllclals. All the olll. ials are instructed lo re port ut the county scat towns us soon lifter the opening of the lands as prac ticable although It is neither expected or desired that any shall abridge their rights for entering homesteads or town property by entering the prohibited ter ritory until the hour arrives. The governor closes his correspond ence tint-.: "I cannot close without ex pivssing the hope that you will not en gage in any t iwn lot or claim specula tion or have nny connection with any t iwn site companies." There are. sixty-six commissions to maki'oiit and the g.ivernor after work- t.,.. ..nil! in ..'(.l..l Iv1- rO'tht returned greatly fatigued, leaving after signing the following commissions: County probate judges, six II, H. A. Eambcrsou, of Elreno; five G, W. J. Clcvengcr, of (ruthi-ie;' two D. J. S. Workman, of Stillwater: one C. Ewing Aniosa, of Kingfisher. Sheriffs on 0. D.. F. Smith, of Kingfisher; three E, iiner M.ivn, of I! 'aver; five G, Charles F. Gaston, of Norman: six II. W. E. Thre.i'es. of Elren i. County attorneys: one I". Thomas J. Karrer, of Heaver; two I). It. I.. HiskI. of Norman: three E, Alln rt G. Cunninghoin, of Guthrie; five G, II. E. Vuntrecs, of Hennessey. The appointments will not lie com pleted until to-morrow night. The gov ernor will not apMint superintendents of public instruction until after schools are established. A cold, damp wind, accompanied at intervals 'iy n heavy mist, has prevailed over Oklahoma since yesterday, causing much discomfort to all and nolittlc suf fering to women und children camping out in the open air. It is estimated by the more conserva tive that not less than 'i 5.000 eople will enter the two southern counties the first day. while others place the numlicr ut 40.00U. If the arrivals continue in creasing as they have this week the higher estimate must obtain. I he reHrts that all the best lands of the reservation lave lieen taken by the Indians is alisurd. The Indians located along living streams when there was more or less timU'r without regard to the character of the land and in many instances completely overlooked the linettt hottom lands for allotmc utsof in ferior rough lands to lie near their friends, for it is Indian like to lie h cated by families and as nearly to gether as possible. This is from olli.-ial sources. An Indian is not a fanner and has no desire to liccomc one. Wool and water and mighty little at that is all an Indian re quires or mS'Us and he would prefer rough lands, where the splendid blue stem grows, than the liottoins with less suis'iilent grasses, for he wants pastuiv and as he is not permitted to sell his land for twenty-five years he does not choose his allotment with a view to (peculate. Yesterday morning's papers contain ing a rcctition of the reports that rul ings antagonistic to the old soldiers, preventjig them from filing more than one declaratory, and the contradictory report sent from Guthrie April tl, were yesterday referred to the agent of the Assatciated press and he was then au thorized to state that no such instruc tions had Ix'rn sent. A number of plate layers engaged in examining the railway near Harcclona. Spain, found lying close !.,!(, the rails a parcel containing twenty-nine dynam ite cartridges t which fuses were at tached. 4 HpplDK. frobaVv the oldest inhabitant cf vnt hern Indiana is Alexander Hiv-ka-day. of Hlue Hivcr township. He was born in what is now the Mate of Ken tucky in 17s0. and consequently is in his 1 Pith year. He is the father of twelve children, and his wife, who is thirty yenr his junior, is still living. Mr. Hoekaday never took but one doss" of medicine in bis life, and did not take that until he wa more than 100 years old. l'e is hale and hearty and bids fair to live several year yet. ( .I'.i'oixi.a has 10,t.K Chinese fehoe-uiaks-i i A POLICE SUPERINTENDENT. Il Died Thrc M.oitlia Kluefi ami It Is Now IleclHi-ril lln Vi rotitaiif il. Pi i i sin noil, Pa., April HI. - (iiiinhlo Weir, sutc rintcndciit of police of this city, who died suddenly three mouths ago, was poisoned. So his friends de clare, und with tho liest of .eiisons, too. At the time of his death Welr'a friends had suspicions of foul play, but they kept the matter secret ill the hope that some clew might bu discovered that would lead to the discovery of thrmiirileivr. So fur, how ever, the work of ferreting out the per son who committed the crime has Is-en one of difficulty. Whisker had given the fatal dose lias covered up his trucks i .... . i. so well that every effort to discover the murderer has been of no avail. Superintendent Weir was ailing for several weeks. At times he would seem some Is'tter and the next day he would bo taken with terrible paroxysms that I la til cd his physicians skill. After Weir's bnriul several friends i quietly went to Greenwood cemetery, exhumed the liody and removed the stomach and spleen, after which the corpse was returned lo the grave. The intestines were submitted to un analytical chemist for examina- li.. IISU .., i .,,.1 ii, I !,,. Il , ' . - , i . ,' ' , , has been found that enough poison bad Is'cn taken to kill several men. The stoimich had been literally eaten up with a violent poison of one kind and there are evidences that another kind had Ihi'U llsisl. One noison was corrosive subilmato nnd the other is thought to Ik- arsenic, The chemist was not even informed whose stomach it was that had been submitted to him. and every effort was made to keep the circumstances secret until some day the author of the crime might be. dis.-overcd. It looks now as if the guilty person may go unpunished. CONFERENCE OF MORMONS. What WtlK lion on the Sixth liny of the International Mecllny at. Independence, Mo, ImikI'KMiknck, Mo., April HI. The World's conference of the l!eorgailied church continues to tie of the greatest Interest. The testimony service yester day was, as during t he past four days, taken up by the giving of prophesies and speaking unknown tongues. Father James Whitehead, Joseph Smith's secretary in tl'.e prosperous days of Nuuvoo, testified to his knowledge of the work. Us purity, and that he thought the work would move on to a final triumph of fiilfiilling the sayings of Joseph in regard to the work lieing established in this land in righteousness In accord with God's com mandments. Joseph had said tlmt sixty years would not pass from the time of the organization of the church in ls:i l till the elders would he preaching in Missouri again, and that a prosperous branch of the saints would be flourish ing ut Independence. This brother hud lived to see this prophecy fulfilled. The elders met in the basement und gave consolation to a large nnmlwr of sick. A bottle of olive oil sat on the pulpit, und as the lders would gather around the sick they would pour a sm ill quantity of the oil on a sick one's head, and then with prayer, ls-g the almighty power to come down and heal the diseased one. It looked like u hospital: the sick were in nil parts of the room complaining of one and another disease. The business session wasa p.u iicoho' ly busy one. A motion to change the session from annual to biennial was lost, but only after an excited debate and much controversy. The same ques tion was sprung last year. EARTHQUAKE SHOCKS. Two llttllnet and Severe llae tell In Ccn tml Sfit York. I'th-a. N. Y.. April Hi. Two distinct and quite severe earthquake slesks were felt in this city to-day. The shocks were alsnit four minutes apart und the first one was felt at !1 a. m. It.ith were accompanied by u rumbling noise as of distant thunder. Heports from Holland Point. West ernville. Alder Creek anil a number of places in this county say that both shocks were felt in the country and ill some instaiui's the slus-ks were severe. Al HAXV, N. Y., April 1'!. Two dis tinct slnsks of earthquake were felt throughout Montgomery, War ren and Otsego counties this morn ing. The lirst ix-ctirrcd at ll:'i:i o'clock and lasted thirty seconds. The second occurred t ,vo minutes later. In Johnstown nnd Cloversvillc people rushed wildly from houses, thoroughly frightened. Knitting of dishes, falling of plaster, rumbling of buildings and vibration of lamps appear to lx' the only result. IN NORTHERN MISSISSIPPI. The A ppnllloR I'tiArsrter ol Hie I ioodt .limt ItrtiiK Healled -llerti y I.ohh of I'rop erly. N snviu.K. Tcnn.. April HI.- The ap palling character of t he floods in north ern Mississippi is just In-ginning to be reali.ed. 11 untlrcds of lives have liccn lost. East night one man rowed several miles in the dark a raft with twenty six tsslies that he had picked up. The flood came so suddenly that none were prepared. Sixteen small streams in Northern Mississippi liccamc raging torrents within a few hours and swelled the banks of the Coosa and Tonibiglsf rivers into inland seas. The loss of property is incalculable at present. There is no exaggeration, however, in the statement that il will be over fl.ooo.oiK). CRISP NEWSPAPER CURRENCY. Tiik first steel pens cost the manufoo lurer H.2.1 apiece. Si vkku. ladies have been permitted to pra-ti'-e dentistry In Kjjlscihavn, Denmark, after having passe 1 the nec essary examinations. A tmkatkh party fmm Detroit ran over to Chicago, three hundred miles, by spe-inl train, n see n, new play, lunched oq the road, dined in Chiuigo, and returned homent midnight. Ax eminent writer contends that the anrient practice of hand-shaking was originally suggested by the w ish to as certain tlie wrist power nnd consequent wrestling capacity of a, ;.tran;-er. It is said thstE. I'. Jewell, rf I v coni i, has collected Kpeci-ncns nf 1"1 spellings of the name Winnipesankec, and lias decided that "Winnipisooee" ia right. It wonid tie interesting to see. the various spellings of this wonderful lake. In taking medicine due regard ens formerly paid by tho superstitions to the positions of the noon at the time different parts of the body, they sup posed, lacing under its influence accord ing to the Z'idiacal sign through which the plan 't happened to l-e p.'kisin the time. at , CONGRESS. Ilia VYk'4 rroceriliiiM ronlnd ror ('ultvrillrnt'0 of Ilia Header. WnsN (tie sciatic, met on the Mh tha vice president laid l.efurn thn Ulv Mr. l: i . resolution of inquiry as lo Itie rniiHtriii-iiim of the Memphis tiriilie. Mr. Mortt.in offered an utnenitiui'iit lo his rcMiluitnn, slilrti provide (ir Ihr rninntw of K(hl and silver oil ispim terms, i'le , which was ordered printed. The I rnH.iti tippropHftttiin t( tl wim thcu ciueihlerca I tin 1 1 1 iiiljoiiriiuli'iit. Ihe jK-mllliK question tH'tnif a molhm to strike out itui provision aHslnlnit ' llrmy oltlrcrs un uirenlft After preliminary I hushieis tn Uie houne (lie free wool hill wui I laln n up and Mr. M-Mlllln it motion to limit j drtiiiie met with caim-st opj:otiitlnn trotu t he . I'l'tmliltcmm nnl under Ihe h-.ul of Mr. Harrows I hllliuKlrrtiiir was imiutmruU'd. and wtltmul u.v i f""1"";""" '4 '"' ""- nnM l""""" wiikx the mniile met en I ha oih Mr. Wol foti ii'ul l Kjinke In favor of free silver, ltd n vi-rclv i ritlciscd th president for his opinjsi tum tfi fri-e rilimt.' nn 1 nrrilcnml thoi' mi m In rs w ho it feiv motiitm uito wcrti ttdvo,-atesof fri'e silver bul hud cone over lo Ihe opnmi!lin under Ihe wriy lash. Si n:ilor Woleoll's sM-eehwuH !hc seusatliin nf lbe duy. The mat ter went over and the fndhin npproprhillou bill was taUen up and comildered until aiijouriimeitt SiM'n nfter Iha house met it went into cmo mitico nf the whole on Ihe free wool bill, ihe fllihuiterln of the duv liefore huvhitf U'ea nhuii'loned After ii lonff dfHciiHi1on the commit ter rose und rciiortcd Ihe hill to the liuune. Ad Jouruisl. Ar-rKti routlni' huHlness fn the sen ale on Iho 7th Mr. Teller offcris! a rerwilutiou, whtrh was ncreed to. calllii- on the Hocrelary of Ihe tri'iee ury fora shitement us in the amount of silver 0n, n d c a- h month and the price paid for sliver bullion. Mr . Si art in ide a personal ruplnna- Hon as to an arilrle In the pais-M In renard to men k.ik iieci oy iiiui, wuit-Q nr n-jm with drawn uccnrdinit lo the California luw, pavahtu In tfold. mid H lid he would lie pl.itl to reeelvn I payment In anv kind of money. Mr. McMillln ofTensl an umniilincni to the dlntrh t of C'olum- hia toil aintroprfattnx rrJ.uou to ilefriy the r penses of Hie national encampment, tJ. A. R., to meet in Washington No acilon was Uiken nn the lull. The free wool bill was received from ihe house und re ferred; adjourned In the house dehatenn lh free wind hill was contlniiiHl and a vote tlnally reached and the htll pasned tir a vote of IUI i yeas to 111 nays. Mr. Kunslon iKan.l rosetoa i question of prl tlcife and severely denounced u rorrcKpondrnt of a tcmpcraniT paper who ac- 1 fused him of drliikiir. He had Iho letler read I and ilemi d the i hanre, whtlo other inemtiers alluded to "aeknow leik'isl tho soft itnpeach- nieat." (.'ii motion of Mr. liurniws the letter , was cxpuicred from the record. A resolution I lo extiuiiiie Mr. Ftunton's remarks from tho rcrorJ a Indecorous to a woman (the corns IKitklenl) w.is jK-rmitled to lie on Ihe table, under un iisMuriuice that ohjis'llonatile tamrmuro I would lie eliminated. After briefly tonslderlnit , the Turner coiton ha'ijlm? hill the house ad journed. 1 ArTril routine business the senate on the Hth I pivs-is'dcd with the district of Columbia bill, I Ihe question Is'iiu' upon Mr. McMillan's amend ment appropriating r,uill for theU. A. If ell , cam pun nt. Mr 1'ockrcll h amendment reiiulr i n' the iimounl lo Ih paid exrlimlvely out of : tile revenuea of the district wan rejected. Tim appropriation was then turreid to by 41 to in, ' and the hill passed. The hill appropriates (lal.- 0141 to pav fur the subsistence of noteresideiit uoldicrs and ile'.ecaten who attend the twenty floc.h iiriliual i ncompment ut Washington. Alter nn emcutive scusion the senate ad jov:rncd tiat il Men lay . . . In the house Mr. Me Crarv Inlroduci d a hlil (for Mr. .Spnncerl uiti horl ran ; the hnldlnjr of an International monetary roicres. I he tiouse, in comnilltee of the hile. t'Mik up the cotion bai'i-'imf hill. Mr. KncUsh I V. J I siiolie tvirninst II ami Mr. Ilemp piil and Simpson (Kan l In favor of I!. Mr. Siinpsua In the course of his remark favored ah soiule fne trade. He h I voted for a hill, he said. In vt was a disirrace (the I'hincMe excliisiou bttll because the ixilicy of . proleclion made nucha measure necessary. Trio hill was Snully re. isirted to tic house and a ri resit until evening taken, llul Utile was done ut tlci evening mi-s-shai. Tit k si fi-ue w as riot In si sslou on the urli ... In the house Mr lll.eirhar I ren rl si lie' rlier and harion appropriation hill, and in commltU'o of t hi whole 1 lie free coiton ba'.'cm.- bill wa furtlier considered Mr. Uitl.-lt il'al simko uiaiiist it and Mr Turner ilia t closed the del-ate in advocacy of It, The bill was then n lrtcd lo the house and p.lssisl by a vole of 107 lo 111, The bill to redili-c the duly ou tin plain w,is then reiiorted from tlie w uys and means coliiinlllis'. and after eiilofies ukin ttie lain Keiireenlatlvc l-'ord. of Michis'aa, the houso ;:aj. 'limed Ai'l'Kii three hours spent in executive session tlie senate on the lllh lacatisl the otlli-e of cxei imve clerk, tilled for ten years by .lainea l:. Youuc The house cotton ties and baK'Khar b;il was laid before ihe senate, and Mr stemart i No i oiti red a resolution rallinc on the secre tary of the treasury for information connected si h tie- purchase and Coinaire of silver. Hut l llie other business was transacted . Tlie house passed a htll n isaliuif thr Joint resolution which aulh-irii'.ed the secretary of h ar lo lease a pier at lh mouth of tlie t'hicaco rtter. and atti r cons idciaij: llislr ft of I'oluniiii l bustne-s and passtt;' a few bills the house a Ijourned. A 10,000 MILE TRAMP. A Turk Willi Ills W he. II. arrow In Home I roiu (-liielniiittl to Situ l'runrleoTo isll 111 her ( II leu. ( oi:sicaa. Tex., April II. Hussar Mohammed, a Turk, w ith the sobriipiet of the King and Prince of Tramps, ar rived hen last evening with his whis'l barrow that he has pushed ahead of him ail the way from Cincinnati, en route f a San Erancisco. lie left Cincinnati February 1, ! and is to make a ic dcstiian tour, with his barrow, of 10, inui miles in 4.MI days, l-'rom Sail Eran cisco he returns, via New Oilcan , liostim and New York, to Cincin nati. A northern sporting club has wagered him Jlo.Od.l that he cannot make the trip in the time stated. He is now "10 mih's ahead of tiui.' and in tin pink of condition. He is very eccentric and noti-eonininnicat ivc. but acknowl edged that his peculiar mode of travel ing was attracting a god deal of atten tion, lie says he is confident he will win the wager. The club pays his ex penses w hen he sees tit to stop. Sues for Ills l-'ortniie. I.INi-ol . Neb., April l:i. --Soniet hillg over twenty years ago Elder Jason (. Miller adopted from a foundling luispi tiil in Chicago a baby girl and brought her to his home in this city. IK' died in California thtsa' months ago. leaving an estate valued at $"hMi.inni. largely real i state ill Eiinsiln. In the mean time the girl, against the wishes of her foster parent, married. Ns-oming Mis. E. I . Lewis. Elder Miller left a will bequeathing the larger part of his wealth to charity and none to his daughter. Mrs. Lewis now brings suit fo half tin' estate. AN AGE OF PROGRESS. A SKA'it rss lioat, made from flat pieces of Mcc! a' ' shaped by hydraulic, pressure, is described In the English papers. HrRfii.An-ritoor glass has been in vented by a Dresden manufacturer. It is made by pouring molten glass over a network of iXccl wirf. It is especially adapted f ir skylights nnd jewelers' windows. A Hi-urn built of compressed paper has In-en rre-'te l in Itorgcn, Norway. It ofTords seating capacity fr one thou sand persons. The paper w alls tire ren dered waterproof by a solution of white of eggs and ouicklime in curdled milk. Mb. A. 1". Warp, of Detroit. Mich . has deris-d a mirk buoy for wrecks which is nil' omati". It is fixe! -Jo the d'ok of the vessel by a j nnt ef soluble glue, hich on dissolving In the sea vvnfcr nllows the captive buoy ti rise to the r airfaeo. A I tii a (N. Y.) church h:,s placed In ihs Sundav-S'diool Mum what is known as a Siindr v-school thermometer. It is a novel device for registering the at tendance of the Siiiubiy-chixl every Sunday as crjTuv.-.noed by the secretary. It runs frorn zero to 6''-0, and changes i every Sunday NO LAND CRABBING. Ktena Taken lly the (irnerilt l.nml Ortlre. to t'rnvenl (r.tlililna' In Oklahoma .sa-liem' Ina Attorney lleuileil OfT. Washington, April II. The atten tion of Commissioner ( ut ter of the gen eral land otlice, wus lust night culled to tho dispatch from Outline relative to tho excitement (s-cusloned nt King fisher as a result of the instructions sunt from W ashington to the land ntlicersut that place and at Oklahoma City pre scribing rules for the opening to settle ment of the Cheyenne und Arapahoe In nils. The commissioner said that the tele gram as sent to the iiewsiBH'i'M from Washington was strictly correct. The commissioner furtlier said: "Kor many years the rule has existed that declaratory statements could Ik) filed only by the individual in person or through n n agent appearing nt th" land otlice. Soldiers' declaratory statements never have Is'cn recognized when re ceived by mall. Many years ago Com missioner Draiiimond ruled on t'ds point. The ruling has Iss-n steadily adhered to, so that us to the use of the mails as a medium through which soldiers' de claratory statements might I- presented no change has liccn made. The instruc tions merely cull attention to an ancient rule which has never been deviated from. "As to homestead filings in general, the law provides that the paper when forwarded by mail must huve Is-en pre pared la-fore the irojier (llicer in the county in which the land is lisvated. As at the date land in question will lie thrown oieii to settlement, there will lie no ofllcers in the counties in which the lands arc situated, it follow s that no piiM'rs can ls legally prepared in such counties. Consequently without any rule on this subject whatever, the mails cannot be made available as u mill i ii in through which filings can be presented ut the time of the (iM'iiing. The commissioner, Isdng further in terrogated with reference to the proposed rule limiting the hihiiIst of declaratory statements to Is presented at one time by the agent, said: "Abundant evidence has Won fur nished that the department agents have advertised extensively for powers of at torneys for soldiers authorizing them (the uttorneys) to lis'ate lands in the Cheyenne and Arupuhoc country. Some of those agents have received as high as 1,000 Mivers of attorneys to locate hinds under soldiers declaratory statements. Many of these locations, it is alleged, will Is' made, if iiutile nt all, for specu lative purosos. The proposed rule ivns made for the purioso of protecting the soldiers who might Is personally present at tin land otlice. Ilis rights might lie seriously invaded by permitting one iorsoii acting us agent to secure nn ad vanced position in the line and through him the tiling of I (Id to 1 .000 claims, cov ering a large portion of the desirable land, while the old soldier immediately in the rear of such agent would be com pelled bi take w hat might be left or buy from the agent at such price as his cupidity might dictate, a relinitihh mriit of one of the claims which the agent had succeeded in capturing. In other words, it is the purpose of the de partment to prevent persons accom plishing more by their absence than they could accomplish by their presence. "It is the purpose of the department to give to tliesi' old soldiers w ho have collected ill large nuiulH'rs and who are honestly seeking a home an opHirtunity to obtain a good tract of hind on at least an equal basis with the agents w ho have industriously advertised for jsiwers of attorney, and are now pre paivd to eover all the desirable hind in the ceded country to the exclusion of those jM-rsons who hav' appeared in their own proicr S'isons to exercise I heir l ights." MR. BLAINE'S POSITION. He Tells a (-orrespoodviit Why II' I'Hiiaot He a ( amlldale l or tlie I'reildeoey. I'm sm -miii. Pa, April II. The Times prints a lcttc from a Washing ton correspondent who interviewed Sss-retary Itlaine as to his reasons for declining the nomination for the presi dency. During tin? conversation Mr. lilainc said: "The president's oflice is a most la iMirious and exhausting one. He has no vice, no alternate substitute upon whose shoulders he can share responsi bility. There is a vice president, but our scheme of government docs not Tinit him to assume the snv ers ami duties of the president except ill case of the dealh, removal, resignation or disability of the president. It docs not content plate the vice-president as an oer.isinnal acting president for a day or two or a week or two, when the man who has Is-en elected to that otlice may need rest and recreation. The presidency is an orlice w ithout sleep. I am nv ii-.' y ears old. and although you have told ineaud I Is'lieve that in heart, lungs, kid neys or ot hcrt iso, 1 am free from organic disease, suffering only from torpidity of the liver, I do n, t Isdieve that if 1 were to Is inaugu rated president I would live out my term. I find life too full of congenial work and t' full of happiness to feel called tqsin or inclined to throw it away. If I were assured, therefore, of a nomination and election lo the ptvsi ilcncy. I could not accept it Al niv age and w it h my tenqwrntnent. and know ing what the effis't of a long life of ex hausting lalsir has Nvn iqsui mv vitality, it would lie const ructivo sui cide." The secretory spoke with the em phasis of perfi-ct candor, and with an apparent ifrsire only to make himself definitely underst ssi. An Arkstia ItattRlng. Pim: El l I F, Ark. April II. T. K. Kmicr was legally cts-u!ed in the court house square at Toledo. I levclnnd count;,-. Ark., at noon Ertilav. The vne scuttd the .scaffold was a very quiet afTair. nnd no dcm msi rat oui of any kind was nude, a'tleui ;h the feel ing against the culprit v. as very in tense. 'Ihe crime for which Kraicr suffered the death penally was i most obnovi ois one. I, a t Ocl'iber he out raged his l.i-year-old t-p dauvhter an.l upon the matter Is ing leased alii ran awav. but w ss i art ured Ht 1 otle K' k. brought back and plan d in the county jail at Toledo. I after Ia so,it. Ism eiM'i vr. Mo. Ap-d 11 -Th-third dav's work in th gathering rf the Saints at Independence was a in tervsCng as tint of the first Tie rowd w is larger. Tlie Aud.toriion. with a seating capacity if 2. oca, mis overcrow ih-,1. The galleries weiv filled w ilh ladii's anxious to hear the pro -ceilings. The total minils-r of tleU-gaf-s and visitors in luilcTs'tid-i-iiiv will reach ld.isi jn-iylc. 'Ihe spae in tlie rear of the eltar was o-s n piisl l y a choir of ;ftv voiit-s, l"n-si-denl Jis-ph Snitth isks Iwttcr than at auv lime in the pa-t five years. DESTUCTIVE FLOODS. Heavy Klooihi In Alabama and M tMlnalfil i uiihw Hreut l.oal I He and Trofierly. Com miii s. Miss., April 12. The re cent heavy rains have swollen all Ktreains in this section of the country to a point never before known, and as a result '.he destruction of life and property is frightful. All farms along the Toinbiodiei' river life abandoned. Houses of all kinds lire washed away und cattle und mules by hundreds have, been drow nod. Mun.y floating houses have passed down the river. Every available craft hen- has been used day and night in re lieving tlie sufferers, carrying out fisxl und bringing in the destitute people. On one small mound there were forty people, ns many more cattle and mules. On another there were seventy peoplu and cattle by the hundreds and the negroes on all the low lands have Kit. t everything on earth they hud, and llicro ure hundreds of them here. Twelve negris-s have lscn drowned within three miles of this city. At isiiiits on the river below here the losti of life is very large. The railroads have ubandoneil all trains wc.twat'd und there are many washouts. Their trei.tlcs are swept away und till the roads have largo forces repairing damages, but it will m a week Is'fore trains will be running. The water indicates that the lo- by the IIihhI is greater than at first re ported, as ilia's news just obtained from jsiints Isdow where the country is Hat and gives no refuge to the negris's. It may therefore be expected Unit (no Inter nqsirts may show at least UK) ne gris's have been drowned in this county ulone. The waters have receded ulsmt seven feet und continued to fall slowly last night. Most of the country bridges have ls'eii swept away and it will bo weeks ls fore regular trullic will Ik.' re sumed. Moiiti.i:. Ala.. April 12. The Tonibig ls'c river has not since 1S(T had so sud den and great a flood as the present. The farmers on the river were w holly unprepared und from Columbus. Miss., to Fulton the loss of hogs, cattle, mules and cotton seed has been unprecedented, much farming has Is-en sw ept aivayund people rendered destitute. NINE PERSONS DROWNED. A HohI'MI l-tirm School I lis! rnetor anil l.lzlit Hoy Lose 1 heir J.lvra Hy the (.'ap hIzIiik of a llnat. liosroN, Mass.. April 12 East, even ing an instructor and ten lioys con nected witli the ilosboii Kami school at Thomson's island were apsi.ed w hile; on the bay in a sail Isiat. and the in structor und eight of the boys drow ned. The victims were: A. K. I.or.lburg, in structor: Prank p. Hitchcock, Homer K. Thatcher, (icorge p. Ellis. Tl.oniaa Phillips, William W. I'uiian. Charles II. I i raves, Harry E. Loud, Aih lls i t 11. Pucka id. The instructor had been tn the city during the day to attend church and with ten boys, constituting a rcgula." crew of the school, left the island at ihfiO to sail o l itv Point. At a Siint, supposed to Is- between .-qs'ctaclo island and Thompson's island the built was struck by a squall and im mediately capsized. Tin eleven occu pants wen' thrown into tlie ice-cold water, but being accustomed to strict discipline they caught on the over turned craft and then Ugan a long wait for rcsnie. Thoy i"'oa .ionally shouted in the hope that they might be heard by some one on shore. 1 "mally the chill of tin- ivalcr and t he exertion necessary to keep their heads almve the surface overcame the un fortunates, a, id one by one they woiv compelled to release their hold, pour hours later the boat with two survivors clinging lo it drifted ashore. WHAT CLEVELAND SAYS. Ti ll or t eller Written Hi HHo lo s ( ill zen of t hai t tiniMiaa. Ti-on. I ill IT a Nooo a . Toim.. April 12. The following letter from lirover Cleveland has been received by a prominent demo crat in this city: J.ot.o Utile, t'h Ol iao"C.i. Tcnn I.AKt.woon. N J . April ;. Mv H- irs r I lbs. re to th mil vou fori!. en;', in i' at ( hall ino"i.'.i. Mtiii'ti inc. ;oiil l.-r the fii., iid'v uor.ts on sii.it occas-.i.n Iain ecee,i:i Lave our par v lo cx.u l'v ihe of the III el s, t;: s.ke "1 me , a i , u- to h' Ol Ii . at the l 'hic,e-:o en' Ion, ami I h-'P !! d. teiri. s ill ! r ii i l"i I bv jiidcni' nl ali I nciuiiii'l by true ,1' m.M-rat u- s;;rit and Ml' s.iil !' lc- re to sc., cce,t on principle, 1 sh.iul,; n.,t 1 It nil; il 1 di I hot -ay to vou that I often to ir I 'I" tl"'. d s. rve f'le e,nij Oilli.'s sllch frteil- lis VOU s.l'.' Of tile nil 1 1 hale fri 'l'iel;! inl -u'lV 11.' H i t" Ihe .-il.'iii of aain puttiii-: inc in roinin.iU"!! I tie n fere am anxious Hi it seel im, ii 1 10. 1 1.11 U .is'! r, .1 MTsili ll del o'. In.; so,, ul 1 1, i Ii, , : ci Hie n the il.-lef l es t ' tic clivelitlen rcich 111" p. no 1 of deliis r.i"ea l-i anvei'iit lli.reu!,! It.' II. i .i s i'l' nil'.IU' 11'. f"I- tile 111 the r. - HL Your- very truly. l.u.'V: ll i I t.vn am-, ANARCHISTS ABROAD. Anotlirr l-,plosioii in I'urls - rre .1 of a leader lii VI mlrld - .rt-itsdcs Hint other t- ploslv's l olllifl. l'Atiis. April '2. - A canister of powder w as exphsled vest ' rday on t he w indow si'.l of a magistrate in ( "iiis ignc. ho had incurred til.' hatred of s a ii'-rs. Tin- window s were shnTtetvil and the boo a' otherw ise damaged. Kava-liol has ,1c ide 1 to a'l.ov Irs trial to Is'gin April -'''. Siive his arrest over '.'.nod letters of all kinds have bis it si-nt t i V.iiu. linstav M-ifthieu denies anv aciiiaintance with Kavachol. Miitiiiii. Aptii 11. Munor. an An arcliist leader, was arrested ycsterd.iv on ; charge preferred by Dclr.s he of having supplied Uiinbs to anari hisls. A lm cotitaoiin - gri-nadcs and "tiler cxpl'isive projccTi'es w as found Sa c.r da night at the gate of the hospital f u at my is'nsii 'nets.. At Viiiin p'll tn. Wamiim. i". April 12. - Sis-rctary Noble. ss-.iU;ng of the I ::cy nti' Araisihis- opening, sjiid: "Me have b en delayed, and to g into any detail of reasons -.x . u ' 1 In tedious and do n good. The d"'av as not to U' avoided and the ricp.u-io.iont struggled in vain. I bad s t toy heart on the 1 - t of this month an I by the leth at t l.e far! he t.lcil wei-ouh pot make ii Matters n'-e .'elinitely s,'flcd now. liow.vci 1 he il- t of Cietadcpt ll'' ri son's pi-,s l.iir.,r,t :i ate acre d to an.l the . pei-.ing i - ! r the U'th . f Apiil at 12 o'el- h k 1' - -n." I iv M I'M 1 . ll t Se Nrtittno Ar.. ,1 !-.-TI.e itc h'-aw ra.ns V.n efle. ts in s-.'iic A vv.-e'; a.-.,.l.e da'osge fn "! "f to es -at".'. Tin c 1st :i ha ii ; d: si Pit- ..f North D d i. w n w . till .tl v. but ei.inai.cd valley lia n-d T'hllg Ii t'"' t. Vvci nt. Pa'.rCs and is i: Is-, ii so f .rtll'iate a ci r poet ris ciced f-otn Til" E.'d river is over tut fl.ssPng tin En ices. oi. al- ve 1, ivv v towns of M. t he river v a atcr liiaik and h -riioin: a- ' i. in s nt and . f .r'y f.-et still rising ice in the river 1 :s . not yet gone u.it, a greater height is feared.