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wmmmi ffmim ,r-r WH)t fMJtti$& ',., "i 2hT J i - ' ; -2S . ' fcA?? -v. ?wm j ji.r a, -.ii Jf, 'm . IBfc mtjt ""W$ H. J volume xxm-NO. TI1K MEMORIAL TABLETS. rvLt. tMXter worn nttt rum mabk i aw umtmnvHU's itmte. The I'mlllen el Fannsilvaata Oemmudi en These Memorable Days In Jmlr, IBM. Ilrpreeeutatlve Kanirmaa Carries till Measure Through la Buereef. Belew I. presented the text of the bill for mrkliiK tlie pitmlttnrt of IMnneylvanla com mantis en the Gpttteburg battle field. It wm Introduced by Hepre-entatlve C. 0. Kautr man, of Columbia, who vlgnreuely pushed It te passage tt rough both house of the legla legla lature. The act make an appropriation for tbeereo tbeeree tbeereo tlen of mmnerlel Unlets or liieniimenU le matk the position el i'ennstlvanlacemmande nn llm battle-field of Gettysburg, July lat, Sd and 31, HII, an I te the tlsttyburg Battle. Weld Memerial axnt-lellnii for the purchase of laud and tn.tiiuiiilng and Keeping in repair Of tne battle field. Section 1 enacts that the aum of 1121, WW or se much thereof a may be necessary be appropriated out el any funda In the atate treasury for the purpose or perpetuating the participation In and marklna by amiable memorial tablet or hren.s or granite or marble the position of each of the oeoimanda et I'dutnylviula volunteers engaged In the battle el Gettysburg. Section 2 declares that the aum often thou, sand dollars be specifically appropriated nut of any fund In t he slate treaaury te the Get tysburg Battle-lleld Memerial aaaoclallen fur the pur in el being expended by the association for the purpose of land maintain lux and keeping In repair the battle-field. Section 3 ys iht Immediately after the paaaagn of thin net the governor ahall appoint rive commissioners wlioae duty It ahall be te elect and dectde upon the dealgn and material for monument, of granite or brenas te mark the p wltleti of each Pennsylvania eiimiiiind upon the battle-field of Gettya burg and the kal I commissioners ahall serve without ounpen.atlim and they ahall 01 operate with Hvn persons representing the survivor, of tbnwiveral regimental organiza tion, or e mmianl. nf tin. atate engaged In the eald battle In the loeatlon of the ald monuments and the selection thereof, and whim audi monument ahall be completed and properly erected tbnaudlter general shall U(ieii prnwr veucber te be presented by the aalu. commissioner draw hia warrant upon the atate treiaurer for the aum of CI teen hundrmt dollars, wMe'i aum U horeby ap propriated ler thn nymeiit et the monument of each IVtin.ylvaiil command or erganira. tlen participating I" ! battle, and ahnuld the survivor el the ld oeiuuianda fall for a perloilef twelve m-intbw after the passage of till. a-t In agree upon the locution or te co ce co epiatn with tlin said commissioners an pre vidr-d herein then the said aunmlaalnnera ahall ham a sult.tiln monument ereetet of the UM'ttrlHl ilereald te mar the poeitien of such I'wiiihv tvatil. command en the said battle-flild ami a warrant lortheenat Ihoreef ahall Ihi drawn by the auditor general. VIKUIKKl'inStt, APPUBVIUHMBHT. Tfca Hill IMtlillDE Itl.tllcU Hlgnril ly Oor Oer rnur Heaver. The congressional apportionment bill ha. been npprnvutl li? the governor. It makes IT Kepubllran, 8 Democratic, and .1 doubtful (IH.rl'in, whlcii are mnatltiited a. fellow.: Klr.t, Second, Third, Fourth and I'illh Phlta delpbl., lour Itepubllcan and one Democratic, (Kendall;) .Sixth, Cheater and Dataware lteiubllc.n ; Hsventh, llucka and Mont gomery, Democratle l Kighth, Nertbampt'tn, Menree, I'ika and Carbin, Dtmoeratid ; Nmth, Hark, ami liitilgb, D miecratlc ; Tenth, I.iuiMitiir, Hiputillcan ; Ttvrtllh, IiU 7irne, Di no-ratle ; 'I hlrteeuth, Schuylkill, doubtful ; I'miru-mith, l.fbineii, D.uphln and tVrry, KeputillMn ; hirteenth, HradMrd, Huiueliiiiina,wa)iiH and Wyoming, Kepub llciu ; .slxtmutb. Tlea, I'.itter. Iiyoemlng and Clinten, llpubllc.n ; Hiriiteeuth, Nnrthtiuiberlitnit, Columbia, M'mteiir, and Hullltan D-uie-'ritlu ; Kinhleenth, Franklin, Fulton, llunllngdcn, Mllllln,JunUU,Nnyder and ! iituii, K-publl an ; Nluetennth, Cum IwrUnit, AiIhiiis, nnd )erk, Doinecratlc ; Ta-entltith, Cambria, Illalr.Semerant and Bed ford, ileubtlul ; Twenty tlrat, Wwitmorr Wwitmerr land, ArnH reng, Indiana and Jeflrrsoe, He publican ; rwenty-.ecnnd, city of I'litaburg and all tewn.lilp. and boreuxh. lying be tween tlie Moueuitahola and Allegheny river., exept the borough of McKot-spert and (ha liernugh. and township, lying between thn Ynughlegheny and Mo Me Mo nengahela rlvnre, Allegheny county, H.publK-an , Tweutj 'bird, city of Alle gheny and ttii tewn.blpi and bor ough, lying north or the Allegheny an't Oiile river., Allcutimiy county, Hepublicau; Twenty fnuith, I-ayulte, (Ireene and Wa.h Wa.h Ingten and boroughs and tei-n.lilp. lying aeulh of the Moeoniahela and OSile rivers, anil the b-tnu-ha and tewn.hlpa betwten tte Ycughhuhtny and Moneugahela rlvera, and the borough of McKeert, Allegheny county, (leub't I ; Twenty tilth, Heaver, Lawrvt.r, Mercer and llutlur, It.punlican ; Twenty elxth, Crawford and Erie, Kvpub llc.n ; Twenty seventh. Venango, Warren, Mclvean and Caiiinreii,ltHnuullaan : Twenty- Ighth, Ci irleu, Fereat, Klk, Cleartleld and Centre, Democratic. A Hirttidar Parly Ujerge lloreg, son of Jacob i!er7ig, en gineer el Ne I meara lire engine company, became twoity-enoyoira old Thursday, and bbtlriendate the number of about ll'ty av aera bled at hi. father's house, N . 11 Fred erick street, te oingratulate the young man en attaining hia aasjerlty. An excellent upper wa. son el, a number of presents were made, goei mii.la wai bad and graceful dancing was Indulged In, and there was a gel Urns generally aming the lads and lawes until midnight or later. The state Liquor tVeagae. A call ha. been lasued from the headquar ter In Heading of the State Idfjuer league designating July 12 and Allentown as the time and place for holding the annual con vention. The call aaya that the high license bill will bear severely en the liquor Interest; that It la unconstitutional and unjust ; that the liquor men, being menaced by high license and prohibition, cannot afford te p.r mtt their organtzttlen te fall, anda.ks them everywhere te enroll and detest their enetnlea. An Actress In.taatiy Killed. The sleeper en tbe Denver & Itte Ursnde Bait Lake ezpreu was derailed near Sallda. Cel,, at 6 e'ekek Thursday morning. Urace Leslie, leading lady el tbe Kate Caatleten troupe, was Instantly kilted. Dr. Geerge Cox received a severe scalp wound and the Pullman conductor, Aubrey, was hurl about the bead and hip. The wounded men were taken te the company' hospital at Halldi. The sleeper waa badly demolished. Opttnlag Charts CMuuU, The Philadelphia c'aaals of tha Kefermed church In tbe Unllel States opened ilsanuual teaslen lait night In tha Ueldalburg church, Philadelphia. Rev. J. H. A. Bemberger, of Urslnu. college, praaehed tbe opening ser mon. The eiesals erganised with Rev. E. D. Wetareh, or Cheater, a. president, and Rev. J, A. Bseuler as elerk. About lerty delegates were In attandanee. Bhe Belesed te Marry Him. Philip Keyenberg, a cabinet-maker, aged twentyalx, ahet and killed Mary Feaaler, aged twenty-three, let Han Franolaeo nn Tnureday alternoen, and then ahetand killed himself. The cause U believed te be the woman's rsluaal te marry blm. The JoernalUt Waa Weaaitsd. A duel has taken plaee la Paris, between Vloter Kenlng, the husband of Mm Jau Hading, the well-known Freneh aetrasw, and M. Lacour, aJeurnalUt, who bad written aa article insQltiDgte Mm. UadUg'arapulaUee. M. Ltoeur was wounded. w Mae lllleas far Feasleaa. Tb aecretary el tbe Interior bm made rr- qnlsttlea en the secretary of tha treasury for 19,000,000, te be used during tat wmmI prata la najBtat el raWi 221. jAt hevlu-m tmatimeBr. H Tell. Ike faeille Hallway iBveetlaatleg Oemmillee a beat the Oerperatlaa's Htaadlag, Jay Gould resumed the witness stand en Thurnlay morning In New Yerk In the I'aclllD railway Investigation. II testified that tha prevision or tha ooaaol eoaaol oeaaol Idated mortgage trust were atrlctly complied with by the trustees, and the bend Issued a therein provided. Mr Gould waaenewaa transcript f transactions In tha consolidated bend furnished by the Union Paclflooora Paclfleoora Paclfloeora pany, which would seem te Indicate that the trustee hail net followed the trust, but ha aid that waa a Union Pacific aoeount, of wbleh be knew nothing ; that the true way te get at the matur was te examine tha ao ae ao eouuls of the tru.tnes, kept by Mr. Calef, who could be get te make the necessary ex planation. The truatite only charged the amounts named In thn mortgage. The ao ae counts new shown wereel negotiation with the Union lacMlc, and they could get their own prices Tim commission would find that the aocettnta of tbe trustees would bal ance with the uinrtgsge, Wberelbacomtnl Wberelbacemtnl Wberelbacomtnl alen was mixed up was that It wa trying te get at the dealing of th trustees through a set of accounts of the Union Pactfla with which the trustees had nothing te da In tbe course el further testimony Mr. Gould aid: My frlenda and I did net own a control ling Interest In the stock of the Union Pad Pad De and Kanaaa Pacific read during tb time between 1878 and 1811, nor did we control the market by any concerted movement. Tb price were made by tbe public who dealt In (be ateck. My holdings remained about tha ame all of the time. 1 think that the Union Paclne paid lis first dividend In 1870. 1 don't remember when it stepped. It never paid dividends except In aocerdanoe with tbe charter previsions, I claim. If I were cred itor of the read, llkethegevemment, I would net have hesitated in grautlng an extension of time In paying the subsidy lean, though the read were p.ylng dividends, unless the government wsnind te take tbe read and run It. I fit did, here was a ohaneo for It, 1 did net lese any money bv the consolida tion, nor did t make any, ler the securities were worth Just as much before as after tbe consolidation. The aciiiisitlen of the Denver ,V Seuth Park railroad wa. a politics action nn the part of the Union Pacific, aud brought me no great pur.ensl profit. The ateck and bends el the St. Jeseph Itrldge company were at par at the time el the consolidation, and were turned In at tbe face of the bends, bends at t0 being received In return. Kanaaa Pact he stock Jumped up rapidly, aa It leaked out that I wa. buying largely, 1 did Itte protect my Intere.t In Union Pacific and lurnlsh a Southern outlet and net te a(leet the market. As seen a. tlie Iowa reada prorated we turned the tralllc ever thn Southern read and made money for the Union Pacific 1 made money tiy these transactions, et oeuran. 1 want te explain te the commission mv mntlte In making thewe lsrge purchases. I have nothing toceareal. At present I have no iutereit lu tbe Union PaelUts. While I was connected with It the company built several branch lines te act a. feeders. Me individual msde any profit out of the build ing of these resds, tne company building tbetn at the actual ca.h cost. Aa reard the Central branch, the Kansas Central and tbe St Jee A Western reads I am willing te take them ed the Union Pa clllj's hands at the price It paid for them. At the time of the connelldaliou the Kansas Pa rtus wss a mere valuable property than tbe Union Pacltle. It wa. net put Inte tbe con solidation at tee high a value. The secu rity of the government wa. Increased by tbe oensolldstlon, and 1 cannot conceive bow tbe consolidation ws. In any way injurious te the government'. Interests Our inansge ment was needed and paralleling, and con sequent crippling of the t'nlen Pacific was prmenlt-d. lu reply te exGivorner Pattlsen's ques tion a. te why he rettrxd Ire n the manage ment of the L' n loe Paeillc, Mr. Gould an swered : I ma le up my mind It would be hotter te have a Urge iiumher Intere.ted In the read than te limn peopleaay "J ny Would owns It." Se whenever I taw a chance te place secur ities of the read en tbe market, and thus scatter thorn, I did aa I wsi also partially actuated by the iindeslrability of hating the government for a p inner. When the read wa. In the rut it could have any sort of bar gain with thn government. When It hsd been converted Inte a paying property, thus increasing the government's security, tbe gtnernmnut stepped In and attacked It. It I. dull. -nit te predict the tuture of thn Uolen Pacific, but I think the government will have te mtke large conces.len. of both principal and interest te the reid when tbe bends become due, be ctuw thn read ran never pay tbem. Tbe work et building the read was a fearfully ex lienslveand dangereua Jeb. And, whereas We.tern linns are new being built for Irem fUOOOte fH.OiX) a mile, this read paid a. high as from V te f 10 each for tlea and $300 pir ten for Iren rails. Tbe government bas been suUlclnntly compensated for It lean te tbe I nien Pacltle by the benetlta it bas al ready reoelved fro it the sale, of lsnds, etc. In my opinion the government should settle with the read en a lair basis, say by taking a bend for the piln clpal aum (fZT.OCO.oeu) and cancel the claim ter back Interest. 1 would under take te negotiate such a bend and secure It Immediate cash payment. I say tils as a man who bas net a dollar's interest In the mad. I never advanced money te pay Union Pacific dividends, though I did lean 11,000.. 000 te pay back Interest nn Kansas Pacltle bends nn condition of a reduction of Interest from 7 per cent te 0 per cent. In return for this money I receHed consolidated stock. With tbe conclusion et Mr. Gould' testi mony tbe taking of evidence in New Yerk for tbe present closed. Tbe commission will go te M atien next Saturday nlgbt, and will open the investigation there en Monday. A itceater Elected In Flerida. In tbe Joint session of the legislature In Tallabaee, Fla., en Thursday, tbe vote ler United States annater resulted aa fellows : Samuel Pasco (Dem.), 84 ; Goedrich. (Rep.) 17. Mr. Pasco was then declared elected. Samuel Pasco waa born la Londen, Eng land, June 28, 1831. Ill family, when he waa but 10 years of age, crossed the ocean and settled In Charleston, Masa. There be waa educated, graduating from Harvard col lege In 18J8. Soen afterward he cajie te Flerida and settled at Waukeenab, Jeffersen county, his present hema He taught achoel there ler a time. In 1861 he enlist i In the Confederate army, and served a captain of his borne company until tha battle of Missionary Ridge, In November, 180.1, where he wa wounded and captured, being held until tbe close of the war. He then returned te Flerida, and wa seen elected county clerk. At this time be studied law, being admitted te tbe bar In 1807. Since that time be baa kept up Ha practice. He was sent te tbe constitutional convention of 1885, and was chosen president of that body. He was elected te tbe Lewer Heuse of the present legislature laat November, and en Its organization was chosen speaker, lie Is of medium height, dark hair and complexion, and weara a back mustache, and Is altogether a handsome man, pbyaleally and mentally vigorous. He bas long been one of the lead er in tbe Democratle party of Flerida. Aa Iren Company Kettbsd, TbeAndever Iren company of Dever, N. J , has been systematically robbed for tbe past fifteen years, tha tout lesa falling net far ahert of 1100,000. OlBeers or the company In charge of tbe work have been carrying en tbe pay roll tbe names of parties who did net exist, securing money from tbe New Yerk otllee en voucher for ere mined at (40 per cubic yard, when tbe mining waa done for IIS. The fraud was discovered by tbe appointment of a new superintendent, who weighed tb ere en band and found It 30,000 tens abort of tb amount abewn by tbe books. m The Hirre-Oijeerln Explosion. A Dulutb, Minn., special gives additional particulars el tbe explosion of four tens of nltre-glycerlne eight miles from that city en Wednesday. Nine residences and as mtny ether building were totally or partially wrecked, and the tree In th vicinity were tern Inte sbrada. Tha ahesk and concussion war plainly fait In Dulntb, and many pane efgtaaswer broken In Onaeta, five miles distant. Way We ISaag Oar Beads. from tee Lltlts Recerd, laweaatar city should be ashamed of the mdltfea North Qeeaa street I le, from Walairt te UsBQav It la wen ttan any MfaBsTJ MO, LANCASTER, PA., FRIDAY, MAY WUO WILL WIN TO-MORROW! mau met ruLiTic mbpeutmb rmum ah imruBTAur euvKtr amorteM. Ilew a Dssneerat Leeks tJpea Ik ftetlaaang la the Lewer Ead-Aa aVrew la rriallsg TlefesU-TBe Ball Biai I'laeslsg tla Mare Oearege. QuAnRYVir.T.K, May 20. Tba near ap proach et tba primary la warming np the " beat workers," and thera 1 mera leallng In this part of the county than wa have aver bolere seen. What Wat nearly sure In tha beginning of this week la hardly probable te-day, and everything seems te be at sea. Tbe surest thing out 1 that tbe colored force who have been considered elid for Lew Hartman are going for Mo Me Mellen In a body, and that Keller for sheriff 1 msklng big Inroad Inte Burkheldar'a line. Th withdrawal or Krelder will give Hart man some advantage In tbe Dumere and Little Hritstn, but Jack Hess and Jama Col Cel lins are working like beaver for Men Iter, and are canvassing tba whole Lewer End, Jack I alae vary active for Keller, a be 1 for Uenaman. Jehn Leng 1 active for Hartman, but being a candidate for delegate, tie hi band te a certain extant He will go through easily If he Is careful. Fer elerk of orphans' court Krelder baa developed a geed deal of strength during this weak, and Danny Pett and Hunter will be nip and tnck, wltb the cbaneea In favor of tbe former. Brubaker will have a big vote for prison keeper. Uagen' stock bas gene down con siderably ; the fight between blm and Der rick will hurt them both. Al Werth will have a big vote, and during tba last few days Gingrich bas bobbed up serenely and will get a big vote all ever tbe Lewer Knd. In tbe register fight It leek as though It would keep Gelger buay te carry hi own township, and Ciayt 'Myerf cbaneea have very much Improved. A leading Republican told us yesterday there would be some sur prising things occur en Saturday, and from ether rumor we think there will be fun, and somebody will be fooled. The Iceal worker seem te be well "beelee" en both sides, and are putting money Inte circulation, much te the satisfaction of the landlords. There will be what I unusual in this section ; that 1 a fight at every poll for the control of the election beard. Let tbe band play." Tbe boys wbe "feel wltb tbe buzz saw " will get their linger hurt. Bell Ringers Rep.ral. Several smsll beta have been made en te morrow's election en tbe result ss te pro pre pro thenotary and eherlli". Tbe friends of Keller have thua far taken all the bet offered by Rurkbnlder'a friends, and flurkbelder'a supporters have grabbed at all the bets offered by the ether side. Usrtman's friends te-dsy are offering te wager heavily that he will btat Mentrer. Thla afternoon tbe antl-Cnrrnptlen srclety are having bllla posted all ever tba town which state that any person who shall stuff ballet boxes or tamper wltb election returns will be prosecuted te tbe full extent of the law. An I'.rrorle Republican Tickets. It has been dlacevered that there Is an error In the licketa sent out by the Republletn county committee, for te morrew'a primary. Over the candidate, for county commissioner is printed one" te be voted for. It should read "two" te be voted for. The cindldatea for oemmiulonor are greatly exercised about tbe error snd sy It will hurt them many votes. Werd has been sent te as many of tbe ceuuty committeemen as could te reached, se that the proper number may be voted for. L4.nea.ler Acter. Complimented. Among the performers wjtb Mencbes ,1 Barber's circus, which is traveling through Ohie, are Geerge Whitby and wife and tbe Wltmer Brethers, of thla city. The abew la drawing very large crowd. The Canten Daily Democrat In Its notice ssys : "Geerge Whitby, assisted by the balance et tbe com pany, gave a very clever exhibition of lefty tumbling, throwing two revolutions ever seven large horses standing shoulder te shoulder. Messrs. Parente Wltmer and Funny Adams followed wltb a splendid turn en the double horizontal bars, performing some wenderlul feats. Prof. Harry Wltmer and bis wonderful troupe of trained dogs entertained tbe old and young In a very pleasing manner. Tbe dogs have never been excelled lu this city." Tbe same paperspeaka very highly of Lucy Whitby' slack wire act and club swinging. Urleg Frem a Hat Hits. Mlts Alvlra Delancy Ilea at tbe point of death In the Cottage hospital, New Londen, Conn , suffering from bleed poisoning. Seven week age Mlaa Delancy wa reclin ing In a summer beuse en ber aunt's planta tion, near Arroyo, Perte Rice, when abe was attacked by a rat, which frothed at tbe mouth and kept up a frightful squealing. Miss Delsney received a slight bite en the arm from the infuriated little animal, and it will probably prove taUU Inflammation appeared in two or three days, and tbe poison wa communicated through tbe whole system Tbeoplnten of tbe patient's pbyslclsn Is tbst tb rat bad eaten of poison set among the sugar cane, which wa Infested by tbe nlmala, and that tbe girl waa Inoculated with this joUen through tbe bite. A I'ecnltar Death Mrs, Mary Kdmlnsen and nor little daughter went fishing near Somerville, Ala., the ether day. Mrs. Kdmlnsen kneeled by tbe creek and bent down ttf drink from tbe running water, when a large water moccasin bit ber en the left side el tbe neck, sinking It fangs deep and fast In ber flesh, se she baa te pull It loeee. Her daughter helped ber up tbe bank of tbe creek, and upon ber mother aaylng that she wss very sick lelt ber and ran for help. When tbe child get back with ber lather they found tbe mother about 200 ysrda from where ahe was dead, She had tried te go te tbe neuae but died ou tbe way. Perishable Freight. Frem tha 1111 waukee Journal. A freight car was lelt at Chippewa Falls by a north-bound train. It was marked " perishable goods." When the agent opened tbe deer a Iter the departure or the train out walked lour ttsmpa. m The Prealdsal Slops Liquor false. Wahhinuten, May 80, A committee of ladlea of tbe Women' Christian Temperance Union, of tbta city, called upon President Cleveland yesterday and asked bias te pre. vent tne sale of liquor upon tba national drill grounds during the National drill next week. The presld mt, In conformity wltb this request, aent a letter te tbe district commie, loners, opposing the Issue of licenses, and a liquor can only be sold upon government property by permission of tbe United states authorities, tha president's letter acta a prohibitory order, and tba lleenaaa were re fused. Kxtenslve preparatlena bad been made for a large buslnesa, and tbe bar privi leges all brought blgb price! Ferry Hest Beraad. Nvack. N. Y., May 20, Tbe ferry beat Tsppan '.te wblch piles between this plaee and Tarrytown, ws totally destroyed by Are tbta morning, cauilng a lesa of (35,000; Insur ance 110,000. ' Te Call la the atesaalalag 3 Per Oeata, Washington, May 20. Secretary Fair child wilt thla afternoon Isaue a bend eaU for all tba remaining tare per east bend ; 118,. 700,000, smaUkftMal fyM July J. J ailge oaetey Dense th UesaaaUslsa'a Power With Regard te ciraatlag Battel. Chairman Uoeley, of tbe inter-etate core mere commission, ha aent an Important letter te J. A. Uautey, traflle manager el the Minnesota A Northwestern railway company, In answer te a telegram urging the prompt making of an order for tb suspension et tbe "long and abort bant clause," in ae far a It effect at certain point the business of that read. Judge Ooeley first reminds Mr. Hanley that Congress intended, In the fourth section of the Inter-sUt commerce act, "te establish tbe general law that mere should net be charged for transportation for tbe shorter than for tb longer haul ever tha same line In the aame direction under cir cumstance and conditions ueatanttally similar," and that In se doing "It must be understood te bare determined that In Its judgment any Incidental lnurls that might flew from tne enforcement of tbe general role would be mere than counterbalanced by resulting benebta." Tbe commission, be says, I a much bound by this ml as srethe railroads, and, tnatead of questioning lu cor rectness, ex pact te enfore It aa far aa It may fall within It duty te de ae. The act, bow ever, contemplate that there may be case In wbleh th publte Interest will be subserved by suspending tb general rule as far as te except such case from It operation, ad In Ibis connection Judga Ceeley calls attention te tbe following considerations, which, be aava, are nbvleua en tbe faee of tbe law i First It Is obvious that tbe cases tbe law contemplates In which tbe commission Is au au teorised te make orders for suspension are exceptional case ; that la te aay, eases whose facta make tbem stand apart from the ordin ary case The act doe net define them ; It does net state tbe ground that shall war rant relief; but It plainly Intend that these grounds In every case sbsll be special and peculiar, and tbst where only general reasons operate the general law ahall be left te Its or dinary oeurse, however aerleus may be tbe consequences In particular case and te par par tleul r read and Interests. Second It Is also made plain by the act that any order for suspension wa Intended te be baaed upon an Investigation which should satisfy the commission tbst tbe ca.e was, In fast, exceptional, and fairly within tbe Intent of the prevision made tot relief. Tbe Jurisdiction of tbe oemmlsslon te make orders waa evidently meant te be somewhat closely restricted. It must find lis authority in the law, and net In Its own Ideas of right orpellcy. Third It mnst be assumed that Congress Intended the general law, in its main features at leaat, te be a permanent law for tbe country. It must therefore have contemplated trat considerable sacrifices would necessarily be submitted te by some parties and some Interests wnlle th general law was being es tablished for tbe very obvious reason that it would be quite Impossible te Introduce con siderable change In a branch of tbe lsw which oenosrns se Intimately tbe commerce et tbe country without serious consequences te some private interests. In all attch cases tbe Incidental Injuria, however grest tbey msy be, are necessarily borne for tbe general geed, and if the legislature misjudge a te what tbe general geed demands, It la te be expected tnat In due time tt will provide the remedy. The probability, or even the certainty," tbe letter says, " tnat Injury te corporations or te Individuals will result from the law, la net by Itself under tbe act any ground for a suspension any where of It ordinary opera tions. It would net, In fact, be made a ground for relief without giving tbe commission aucb a general dispensing power as would 'net be 'consistent with sound principles of government. Congress baa net Intimated a purpeae te give aucb power. The au. pen sion authorized by tbe act waa te be ordered after investigation. This wss plainly deter mined by the act Itself." The letter adds : Tbe comuiUalen, however, deemed it wise te grant some temporary order en an Inves tigation net as complete as It expected finally te make. Thla waa done In tbe belter that no considerable mischief could fellow from allowing an existing condition of things te remain for a brief period, whether it wa. then suffered te stand or net, and that harm ful results irem a sudden ebsnge In tbe law might thereby te some extent be averted. Tms course also gave tbe comminsien such an opportunity, for careful study of the system which Congress undertook te reform aa would otherwise have been wanting. In conclusion the letter says that the com mission must consider In each case what effect tbe giving of relief te one applicant may have en ether Interest fir the granting of one application may ae affect the Interests of ether reads as te create a necessity for like relief teseveral mere, until, if all are satisfied, tbe exception becomes the rule. "I f a general eiipervml n of the 'long and short claure' of the statute la het te be made by a Mingle com prehensive order, neither should the same result be reached or approached by tbe grant ing el successive orders in lndlvlduil canes. In whatever the commission msy de it must keep In view the preservation of tbe general rule." Ilangsd Uliniclt. Cyntuiana, Ky., May 20. Squire W. T. Aabury, aged 00, a wealthy and respected citizen of this county, and Justice of the peace ter five years past, committed suicide this morning by banging hlmselt te a ralter labia barn. He bad been working In bis garden until about 8 o'clock, when be waa missed and ahertly afterwards was found swinging te tbe rafter dead. Mr. Asbury waa doubtless temporarily Insane, An Indian Weman Mentsnced te Death. Vinita, Indian Territory, Msy 20 At Coewescoowe Court Heuse, Cherokee Na tlen, Sarah Field, a Delaware Indian woman, was convicted of Infanticide and sentenced te be banged Auguat 15. Tbe child was tbe ille gitimate offspring el ber daughter, a girl el 18 Beth Ellen and her mother were tried for tbe murder, tbe Jury disagreeing as te tbe guilt of Ellen, tbe mother of the child. A petition is being circulated asking for a par don or a commutation et tbe death sentence. Less te Uag and Waate Dealers. Chicaue, May 20. The live-story build ing, 12, 14 and Id North Canal street, occu pied by Lewentbal Bres , wholesale rags and D. J. Gallagher, dealer in cotton waste, was gutted by fire about )i o'clock thla morn ing. Lewentbal Bres', less Is about flO.OOO Insurance $21,000. Gallsgher's less abeu 11,500 and en tbe building about (10,000 ; in sured. Heavy flterms In Kngtsnd. Londen, Msy 20. Fierce galea prevail throughout England and great damage ha been done te crops and ether properly. A terrible hurricane prevail In tbe lake districts el Scotland. Many wrecks are reported along th coast. A Yeks Takes from Laber's Neck. Ai.n an v, N. Y., May 20 The state Senate te-day passed Mr. German's bill prohibiting, under a penalty of six months Imprison ment, employers of labors from coercing any person te sign an agreement net te enter a labor organization aa a condition for securing employment. Sevan Herse. Horned Nkw Orxkanh, La., May 20. Three stock steck stock penaef tbe Louisville .t Nashville railroad, ten freight car and a quantity of freight were (destroyed by Are yesterday. Seven horses, Including tbe noted racer ueerge l. , were burned te deatb. Tbe total less is estimated at 120,000. m Bharplsaa' Murderer le Ills. Mkdia, Pa., May 2a Gov. Reaver ;has signed tbe deatb warrant of Samuel Jehnsen, tbe colored man who waa convicted of mur dering Jehn Nbarpleas, an old and well known Quaker farmer of this county. John Jehn eon will be banged August 2. Kogl.teref Lead OIHee. Wasihnoten, May 20. The president to day appointed Henry K. Pendery, or Lead villa, Cel., register of tbe land office at Lead llle, vice Jam R. Deremer, resigned. i m TeFreschth BaecalaarsaMa Sermon. Rev, J. Max Hark will preach tbe bare bare Uumteearmea at tha MlllenvUl Nermal or July 30. 20, 1887. THE IIKRBSTS CONVICTED. VAtUmm AMD BOM BOVBO UVlLtl ABO BBBtBBCB DBtBHBBV. The entelals or the (lien Rech Hank Thrssgh Their Attorney. Move for a New Trlal-The Es-Ca.hler, Henry Heltr, Released Alter llelng Leng In Oostedy, William Herbst, formerly president of the First Nstienal bank of Glen Heck, Yerk county, was convicted In Philadelphia en Thursday of embezzling the bank's fund. His son Jacob was then put en trial, tha case being argued en the evidence given In bis father's cane. Tbe case was given te the Jury and Henry Sellz, ex-cashier et tbe bank, who has been In Meyamenslng ler two years awaiting trial, wa. released nn bis own recog receg birance, District Attorney Valentlne elating that he did net Intend te try blm. The Eider Uerbst abewed no concern when tbe verdict wss rendered, but the dsrsd manner In wblch he left the court room when he waa being conducted by Deputy Marshal Painter te the email prison cage In Marabal Kerns' quarters, showed clearly that he ap preciated his position. The tx-prtsldent, who Is nesrly 70 yesrs of age, must under go an Imprisonment of at least Ave yesrr, aa that Is the minimum term prescribed by the act of Congress, the uisxiuiutn term being ten years. Th Beb Alse Found Outliv. Pittr.AtiKr.fiiiA, Msy 20 Tbe jury In the United States diatriet court brought In a verdict el guilty te day In tbe case or Jacob 8. Uerbst, convicting blm el tbe charge cf aiding and abetting hi father, William Herbtt, ex-president of the First Nstienal bank of Glen Reck, Pa., In misapplying the funds of the bank. He wan taken te the county prison, sentence being deferred aa counsel gave notice that a motion for a new trial would be made. Feiling a Conspiracy te Heb. Om vii v, Neb , May 20 Superintendent Dickey, of the Woatern Union, and Superin tendent Harris, of the Fremont, Elkhorn fc Missouri Valley railway telegraph company, have been In Douglas, Wyoming, since Monday and bave succeeded In breaking up an extensive conspiracy te rob tbe telegraph company en the western division of the read. C. F. Bauder, lecal manager at Douglaas, who was arrested as the bead of tbe conspi racy, has forfeited bis bend and tied. Tbe robbery consisted el overcharges and ember ziement. Murder In the Second Decree. Omaha, Neb., May 20. The Jury In the Peter Ryan murder case, at Atlantic, Iowa, returned a verdict of murder in the second degree. PBUreBblUKAh AHU AMATBVK. Rr.utts r the Clamee Played en Thursday. Lanranter Ortrata Milleravllle, The League games nt base ball yesterday were : At Philadelphia : Detroit 10, Phil adelphia 5; at Bosten: Pittsburg: T, Bosten i ; at Washington : Chicago 9, Washington 0; at new xem : new xers. u, lnaianapetisH Tbe Association games resulted as fellows : At St. Leuis : St. Leuis 8, Athletic 4 ; at Cleveland: Cleveland 0, Mets 1; at Cincin nati : Cincinnati 14 ; Brooklyn 10 ; at Leuis ville : I-enlsvllle U, llalllmere 3. Tne State League games yesterday were : At Beading: Wilkesbarre 15, Reading 14; at Bradford : Bradford 20, Johnstown 7 ; at Allentown : Allentown 8, Scranton 4. Some people, who thought they knew it all, said tbe Detreits could net keep up their work but they would break down. They aeeni te be going right along and keep win ning Just tbe same. Baldwin, their best pitcher, ia being saved and has only played In one game. Beunett has net played at ail. They put a different pitcher In the box every day In Philadelphia and Btlll had one left that tbey did net uee. Dan Breutheis had a home run In eieh et tbe last three games in Philadelphia. Tbe Philadelphia people will seen think they have no pitchers. The Athletics have Bliewn up better against the St Leuis thau any ether club. Jimmy Reseman's term et suspension bas expired, and be went West te Jein tbe Ath letics. Pyleand Uardle were released by Chicago en Wednesday, and at once slgned with the La Cresse (Wis.) club. Pittsburg was determined te win one game In Bosten, and they did it yesterday. Tbe Philadelphia management is new con vinced that McCarty cannot play shortstop. The Philadelphia club ettered the Datrelts f 25, 000 ter the pick of three of their players but the president said no. He said further that allot Detroit would rise up In revolt against him if he released any of the men. The people of ttiat city are proud of the team and the merchants consider It an advertisement for tbem. He agreed te let Wright have Shlndle, cue of tbe substitutes. Detroit opens in Washington today, Chicsgein Philadelphia, Pittsburg in New Yerk and Indianapolis lu Bosten. Over 3 000 people eaw tbe game in Allen town yesterday. It seems that every man Ven Der Ahe plcka up develops Inte a geed player, and Pitcher King la a fair example. There ts mere interest in btse ball in Lan caster this season than for many j ears. The Grand Central hotel, New Yerk, Is ths headquarters for the ball clubs. These el the International League playing lu Jeraey City atop In New Yerk. The Active club of this city went te Millera vllle yesterday and was successful by the fol lowing rather peculiar score - Mlllersvllle 0 3 2 0 3 7 4 0 0-14 Aeilves. 30100(103 1 8 ' tiliii Active. 1J; Mllleiatllle, (!. Krrers, Ac tive, 13 ; atiiiursvtlle, U. A Club Fer Lancaster. List evening ameetlugnfabeul twenty-live levers of base ball was held in tbe Inquirer building for the purpose or organizing a base ball and athletic association. A great Inter est was manifested by these present, and it was resolved te rent the Ironsides grounds of Jacob Pentz and put them In shape ler tbe remainder of tbe season. An amateur club of home players will be put in tbe field aud will play games with nines irem ether towns. Tha member of the association will also play games among themselves and thus bave a great deal of amusement. On next Tuesday evening another meeting will be held for the purpose et electing offi cers and aelneting a team. It will be remem bered that In 1333 the Ironsides started with a team of borne players. They gradually strengthened tbe club and by the close of the season bad one of the best In the Btate. NOTI-H FHOW NK lit fLSCKS. Rev. Tobias K easier, et Jonestown, will be tbe Decoration Day orator at Lebanon. Mrs. Ellen Murphy, a halt starved Phila delphia waaber-weman, has died lu squalor, leaving ever a thousand dollars of visible wealth behind her. Isaac Sbarpleas was Inaugurated as tbe new president of llavertnrd college, en Thursday. Many well knewu educators were present. Casper Hetr, thn Insane millionaire of Oer Oer mantewn. whose son, Willie llett, au aliened lunatic, created a sensation eeveral weeks age by eloping te Camden with Bessie Weaver, Is dead. Tbe large saw mill en Deck street, Eisten. operated by Geerge C. Manning it Sen, and owned by Justice Green, el the supreme court, and Jesse Lluea, was destroyed by fire nn Wednesday night. Leas Irem te.000 te 110,000. Tne success of the Harrlsburg Steam beat ing plant baa been thoroughly demonstrated. Be aaya the Harrlsburg Independent. During tbe aesslnn the legislature pasied 349 bills. 100 of whleb originated In tbe Sen ate and 243 In tbe Heuse. Tbe governor baa signed 68 bllla and vetoed 8, leaving 283 bllla yet te be acted upon within the next 80 day Edward Luser, aged nine, waa drowned In Reading en'Tbursday. Frank McAllister, a boy between nine and ten yesrs old, ws drowned at Catasau qua yesterday while bath In a- In tha Lahlsh nan. I. ITha total valuation el tbe real and peraenal property of Reading, reaches a llitl ever 124,000,000. Tb total amount of tat city at Metmaat, tot IM, wm WQJ9, Wt e. The Teaara of Katllefe Occupation el Karat Dsclded-Oeeaprasalstsg the Moaa Meaa darj Dtapate. Londen, May 2a Sir Henry Drumond Wolff, British commissioner te Turkey, having-accomplished tbe object et bis mission, will leave Constantinople te-day. Tbe con ventien concluded by blm between tbe perta and tbe British government respecting tne tenure of the Eagllsb la Egypt has re ceived lbs necessary signatures of the Turkish parties thereto and will new be sub mitted te Parliament for ratification, A yet the full details of the agreement are un known, but It I Mmt-efllclally intimated that the treaty la In It terms highly advanta geous te British Interests. Cel. Kir Jeseph itldgeway.chlef or the Brit ish Afghan commissioners, hsvlng returned te St. Petersburg under Instructions Irem the foreign office, the commission will make another attempt by tbe submission te tbe Russian section of the oemmlsslon of an en tirely new batch of proposes te reach a satis factory settlement of tbe boundary question. The nature or the proposals la net definitely known, but It Is hinted that they make plain te Ilussls the advantages of tba withdrawal of English opposition te Russian operatlena In Bulgaria. In ether words, it is alleged that Russia baa Intimated In diplomatic language that there would be lea trouble In settling tbe Afghan boundary question inhere should be a corresponding decrease or British objection the consumma tion of Uussis's plans In the Balkans, and It 1 believed that a compromise will be effected upon that basis. AIITICIPATIHO riVTUBT. The strikers la Chicago Firm la Helding Oal for Their Demand. CittcAoe, Msy 20. "We bave no reason te complain of the way things are going," said President VerkeUer, or tbe Bricklayers' union, thla morning. We are getting all the material that quite a uumber of firms are able te turn out, and, although the aupply does net equal the demand at present, there will be enough In a few days. The master mason may laugh at tbe names of some et tbe material men wbe are lurnisblng us with goods, and say there are no such men, but we are getting the stuff. Tbey aay there Is no snch man aa Sweet, but be bas new C00 extra brlckmakera at work and Is rushing things te xeep us going, mere are twenty new firms of contractors In tbe city te-day, tee, and they are having all the work tbey can da" "I doubt If there are 400 bed carrier Idle," said Mr. Teubey te-day. A large number oleur men bave aeeurei situations In lumber yards, brick yards and ether places. Seme have left the city, and net a few are at work ter contractors, who are finding all the build ing material they require. I think tbe bosses will seen give in." The conspiracy cases against the bosses will be considered by tbe bricklayer at their meeting tonight, and money will be sub scribed ler the purpose of pushing tbe prose cution in case the advice given them la favor able. Vlhj Bireet Oar Driver Htrlke. Indianapolis, May 20 The street car drivers recently organized a union and went en a strike this morning, demanding 10 cent per hour, an advance of 2 cents. Tbey find a Justification for their demand In the recent ordinance which compels tbem te call ent tbe names of street crossings. Tbe company Is firm In lu refusal te concede tbe advance. Tba driver have pledged themselves te ad stain from violence and te drink no liquor Four drivers were arrested for attempting te influence "scabk" te leave their care, and were bailed out by the union. Sixty driver were parading the streets at neon but com mitted no overt acts. Tbe people are walking, generally. The cars are balng driven by officers of tbe company. Convicted en Clrratn.tanilal Krldence. Brooklyn, N Y., May 20 Jehn Green wald, alias Theodere Well, charged with tbe murder of Lyman S. Weeks, was te-dsy con victed of tbe crime. Tbe jury retired about 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon, but did net succeed In reaching an agreement until 12:30 te-day. Tbe evidence was mainly circum stantial. Weeks was found dead in tbe base ment of bis dwelling en DeKalb avenue some months age. He bad beard noise In the basement and went down te Investigate, wben be confronted a burglar, wbe shot and killed blm. There was nn clue te the mur derer, and ler a time it looked as If the crime would never be traced. Sticking te the Lie. Londen, May 20 Tbe Tunts today pub lishes the Becend Installment of it article en "Parnelllsm and Crime." Te day 'a article reviews the proceedings of tbe conventions el tbe National Irish League et America held ba Chicago and Philadelphia and the Clan NaGael society's share In them and con tains a copy of a message from Mr. Par. nell te the chairman of the convention held in tbe latter city, advising tbe adoption of a platform which would enable tbe Irish Na tional League te cintlnue te receive help from America- Ordered te Leave fur Improper Conduct, Ciiii.t.iceTHK, Ma, Msy 20 At Fsrmors Fsrmers vlllp,near this city, lra W. Palmerand Louis Leuis Frelkert with their families occupied tbe same beuse, Mrs. Palmer, it is said, sus pected ber husband of Improper Intlmaey with Mrs. Frelkert, and lelt bim. Tuesday nlgbt and sgaln Wednesday nlgbt, a large crowd et cltl73nn, suine of tbem quite promi nent, visited the beuse and with revolver and repea threatened tbe Frelkert wltb fear ful punishment if they did net leave within three days. They came te tbta city yesterday ler protection. Mrs. Frelkert declare ber innocence and her husband professes utmost confidence In ber fidelity. Mrs. album's Faneral. Wasihnoten, May 20 The funeral or Mrs. Gibsen, tbe senator's wife, took place this morning at 10 o'clock, at St, Matthew' church, and was largely attended by frlenda prominent In official and resident society. Tfie honorary pall-bearera were Secretary Bayard, Hen. Geerge Bancroft, Senater Ceck r el I. Representatives Randall and Bar beur, Dr, Richardson, Hen. Randelph Tucker and Messrs. Rtgge, Lowndes and Washing ten. T.ie interment waa made temporarily In the vault of Mount Olivet cemetery. The Frealdrnt te de 'A Fishing. Wahhinoten, May 20 It ia atated at tbe White Heuse tbat the president, Mrs. Cleve land, Mrs. Folsom and Colonel and Mrs. Lament expcet te leave Washington en Thursday or Friday of next week for a fish fish leg trip te Lake Haranaa Tbe details bave net been fully arranged, but tbe party will probably fellow tbe same route as last sum mer and be gene about a week. A Woll-Kaewn Editor Dies, Tnev, N. Y., May 20. Majer William E. Kleaelburg, n.anaging editor of the Trey Times, died at bis borne In Lanslngburg, this morning, et Brigbt's disease. He bad been connected with tha Ttmts for many years, and was well known among Journal ists throughout tbe country. Hralt (toady ter Naelasss. WAsnmeTbN, May -T"rV -" arrived la Washington and filed bis eglclal bend te-day. m The Maval aecretary ia Hew Yerk. Washington,' May 20 Secretary Whit ney went te New Yerk te-day te rttsra vly aextweek. PRICE TWO CI NEQROES AND UUNGARU! m'mmmmmmmBmmm -j urM mvBBBMm tmamAym't tack TeTMrr veKt.wmmmaWmW Knives, Ftetste, Crabs as St sbss Basal ssal Bmpteres Foveea t seas..Ts ajaV . "OTntsuMer WeraeasrtFlNssaMT Than Flltoea ahet At a Msav 'V.:!? m. Dawsen, Pa May 20. There' n smm "-" " , m.as Bevamni o'clock thla morning. Seme twsat - pleye were at work drawing even, waaaa" il mob of ever three hundred Uuetarlaa. levi Inforeed by a number of negre freaa tlV ! various oeae work in tba ragleea, aaMV desperate raid npen tb worker and a kanaka A ensued. Knives, revolver, slab. aBaataaJk' and ever mnmtvahla mlulle wraa ' T-" '; Inte service, but tbe atr tri the mob waa tee era! , aaau workmen were driven from tha plaee, bat tea; M uniti many en Deth aide bad ba feat used up. one Hun wbe wa at work I oetn arms broken and wa otherwise 1 injured. Andrew Walker, one of the I at the works, ws badly beaten and a4 valuable watch stolen. The mob amaakMj. up tools, barrows, etc They then marcbexl te the Nellie mines, passing through Dawaea. and creeslng the bridge regardless of tka gatekeeper's demand for tell. At Nallkt mines, owned by James Cochran dc Ce., they found no one at work aad contented tbemaelvea with throwing a few narrows ever tbe hill. At these mines Henry Cochran bad a narrow escape with ' bis life. He waa pointed out as a eon of tha proprietor or tbe works, when a rush waa made for him and be only succeeded la getting away by a win running. Mere taan fifteen shot were fired at him. The atet then left for Jielsenring, seemingly satlsded mat tney nad done a great day 'a work. PBT1T1UHB BOM ABO ABAlBtT. -'-". J The Chamber et Uommeise of Chariest), , 'j V., Want lbs Foertb, Seetlea et tbe -W'S w vw.riua, BMW aaignna. &m Washington, May 20 Petitions freta rwa Nn.Nl.Af Tni1 ..... In.,!.-!...- 1 b.Iau. . 'i'rM utM.t.a v. .uuMiuiuuiTNHUI urKIDK SSW rf.JC enforcement et tbe fourth section of tb inter state law and occasional pretests from rail road companies against tbe enforcement of this section, continue te come in dally at commission headquarters. Among Mm petitions received te day waa one from lira Chamber of Commerce or Charleston, a. C, asking the Immediate enforcement ef tbe fourth section or the law. It aayst " In advocating tbe petition your memorial 1st would state that In their opinion, tha main purpose and aim or Congress In paV jA Insr this mter-stata cemtnenvs hill, eraai thai ftJ3 wiwmuu u. uv vuuuuuw uiecrim.nauwWB .$h aaainst the unrestricted and general exchaaM. M a.Aa-whj.tlt Ikei um aleBM&a 1 1ABia'aa t- K.3 or commeauie ny tne greet railroad sys tems of this country. It seems therefore te your petitioners only fair and Just that until r- tne enact or this hilt npen tbe varied Inter- s Osle nf nnr lanrl la nrnrnil Via Ita eiiromenat t ' te be Injurious or burtlul te any parttwatsaT class or section, veur noeoraota doet bsm dnlav nxnrp. alnur tne aisoreuen Tsansss a nfsn.nondine-MiTnrria prevision. Wed-"' sire also te emphMlxTSij 'f0 f ,'r$ atU, Avliljmtlv flin anl-IK .f '-.-'' ir carried out, will certainly tend te unequal and oppressive tar I lis being upon tbe trade or commerce or one tlen or territory, In order .te re re leea leas fund te ' these corporations the sustained In the carriage, at than actual coat, of freight of another section or territory. Your memerlallatt therefore earnestly petition you te enforce all tbe previsions et this Inter-state oetsmarea bill, and particularly tbe fourth section la order te equalize these unjust and dlscrlml natlng rate which seem planned and carried Inte eHect without any regard te the general geed or tbe welfareetallthelntercsUaffected., by tbem." Mr. J. C. Stubbs, general manager of tba Southern Pacltle railroad, bad a hearing ba fore tbe commission te-day and presented evidence In support of tbe oempany's peti tions for the permanent suspension et tha long and ahert haul clause. Found Dead IB Bis Tent. St. Leuis. May 20. Jehn Murdock. & r pleyed in Carendalet quarry, waa fenadi.i dead in his tent near the river yesterday morning, wttn a nutlet bole in hi nasal. Leuis Ansden and wile, wbe occupied a flat- j beat near by, are suspected and locked ua. 'I A.naaen state mat ne waa awaxenea aunag tbe night by dogs barking, and that ba flreaV ttf two shots at persons wbe were rnnnlac-, away, but be did net knew until morning ,f tbat Murdock was dead. Ansden says Mur- "& deck bad no mosey and no enemies. Tha ti -aI,.h ,nn..ii '-3 jjjTkfaasw sm7 BJeawauw-ae A Dank Bobbed of SCOO.OOO. 5$ CitvopMkxice, May 20. The detectives of the capital are wrestling with a mysterious, crime and thua far without satisfactory n.-; suits. One of the leading banking firnw eV2fij tbla city haa sustained a leas claimed te ba aa great as 100,000. All tbat baa been publia bueui we wen in ium uie uuiuera ui m usasja-- tutien en coming te ine eann one mentre. found tbe doers et tbe vault wide open. Tha ' cub bad been carried off, with tbe exetatsea , ei some eaga ei siiver,,wnu wnica me uieve evidently did net care te burden tbemaelvea. Qamblere notified te (Hee. f Minneapolis, Minn., May 20. Thegans- hllnn- house keeners bave been notified te . HS close tbelr place within a week. Ifaflaff'Mi tbat time tbey are found open tbey will aH; i nniii " and tbelr varaPbernaUa cated. Tbe proprietors sgree te -obey tha Sj! order, rne aiarepuiauie women stave aaaw been warned te leave tbe city or oeaffo themselves te First street, it la Deuavea taa ;, police commissioner will next tura hia attaa41 linn te tha saloons, oemnelllna tham te eleaa '.. at midnight and rernaln closed Buaday. , Claiming His Attempted AaseaslaaUea. ' v hay city, Mten., stay ae. xeaieraay a man namea neisen came irem Hunger ssa- .ji tlen te tbla cltv and requested a warrant for the arrest el G eerga Kepple. He waa cut aaa 4 5 bleeding, and claimed tbat Kepple bad tried 4-( te murder blm. Nelsen waa held, and a TasHj? te Kennle'a house indicated there bad beea;' a bloody fight there. Ne trace of Kepple tmf be round, and it is believed by some thai at' if was killed and tbe body seoretee. maintain tbat as be had 110,000 lMuraeM hi life, tbe tight waa a rues te aai Nelsen la in I ell and Denials In BkW atery. &T-A ffi Chsraed With target?. Hfm Austin, Tex., May 20.-W. V. editor of tbe Emning wipeKy .... ....).. ah.HS1 with name of the county tree se a asm w ssss .. . k.M in bme te aaaarar. ' am w . ,x eat te Twaas y a aw. & Hewabd Cirr, afleh., May -! u. cuiiem. eared 36, aa empleye at mllL at Weed Lake, fell ea a saw y afternoon and waa eat la two. Be i wife and two children. f , LofafaeKlaaaeaa. . ' .: " rr.. a. . Ottawa, May aa, Kawar saw waa i Mr. KUbrlde left ler Klagataa at Ma fv ...a-- ti i 1 iiiiimmsl . .--'- IVWfl Amnmm wvf w - e, tn WUABBMB BMUA n Vf P WAuaaiT, V, tiU May M rlMr a, It J ' w m .i ?; 4 tl c a ty i-ai , Y.1 !3&& B.TUf ?-.- 1 ' Vis' ir. i. . f UaJ- ? ) sftjr . .-. --, . t .-. jfeHsr -5Tf '