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tfttt S' WIT T TrW"x '?,T"W-tt.'.. 'f " ' "ip('J .. i". -j jcJV1f,..- 'T-TrltT-fcvV'W' ''' li-i'W"J V J THE OHIOAQO EAOLE. . t ' w H S-A m FOR THE EAGLE. i dUitlM ! Inn froa . AUIwtktWtrkL Fint tl Political, Cimwsrclal Mi Qomral IntollliinH ftf EtU Rudirt. Dancing, cnnl playing, ihoiilcr going and tunny other iiitiitxciiiontH heretofore undor the ban if the .Motlimllit Kplscnpal Church tuny ho IihIiiIkimI in by the mem bers of that church without breaking rules. Three Htato ronforoiicoH In the Kast have asked the general conference to permit these ntnUM'incnts, ami there Is anld to be n widespread and general de sire In other Htnte eonfereiues that the general conference Inke this action. The Htate conferences that hnve taken this action nre the1 New York, the New York Kast, which embraces Connecticut, and one from New Jewcy. Should the gen eral conference act on the recommenda tion of the State conferences and the general Itellef Is that It wlll-tho move will be the most radical made In the McthudUt Kplscopat Church in many years. havi:i iiv huhii:m)i:u micKi.tv. t. Louis ORlccr 1'lrcd At Three Time Kacnpca with WnnnilcJ None. In Ht. Louis Oltlcer .lame H. Kelly of the Eighth district bad a remarkable es cape from death. While In Howard's sa loon Harry Hniitia Hied three bullets at blin while Dtandlng within six Inches of the otllcer. The llrst cut a curve In Kelly's noe, the second went wild, and the tlilrd hit the olllcer linmcdlittely over the heart, going through cont and vest, llpied a suspender buckle In twain, bored through his shiits, and wns tlalteiied against Ills chest, from whence It dropped Into Kelly's socks. Notwithstanding bis iK-llcf that he was mortiilly wounded, Kelly' wrested the pistol from Hauiia and then took him to the station. HAIMIOAD I'HKHinilNTIN WKICCK. ttpcclnl Train Ciirrylnu J. J. Hill and I'nrtjr IHtcticil In Moiitnnu. President James .1. Hill of the (treat Northern, attended by a pnrly of olllclnls of his rond, arrived In llutte, Mont., the other dny, after an exciting experience. Ills special train was ditched on the Northern Tactile truck In Sliver How canyon about six miles west of Silver How Junction. The engine mid bnggngc car were overturned and although the members of the party were badly shaken up, jioiiu was Injured. VIvcTliouHutitl M litem Out. Five thousand miners of the Ueorges creek region of Miiryhiud struck the other night for an Increase of wages and the recognition by the operators of the Unit ed Mlno'Workers of America. The oper ators nRserf tlint they will not endeavor to work the mines, but will let them re main Idle until the men get tired of liuiv tlvlty and return to work of their own volition. Piircliaac nf BilO.OOO Acres. A syndicate headed by (. A. Kobert Hon and Frank O'Menra of St. Paul and 1 M. Kenaston of MliineuimlU has pur chased all the Northern I'aclll elands In Minnesota, approximately KIO.OOO acres. The price paid Is not olllcbilly made pub lic, but It Is said It was fl an acre and other considerations, making the total cost to the syndicate about )fl,lKW,tXKJ. Hlot Due to Labor Troubles. There was n riot at Mamaroneck, N. Y., between striking laborers and men hired to take their places on local im provements, One striker, an Italian, was shot in the thigh and probably fatally wounded, another was shot in the knee and several others received lesser In juries. Several of the rioters Were ar retted. l'ncuniouln Huuva in Ht. T.otils. The worst pneumonia epidemic In the history of St. Louis I raging. March broke all mortuary records from that dis ease, with a total of ail deaths. April promises to exceed that starlliiigly high rate. Doctors ascribe the prevalence, of the disease to the extremely changeable season. Olrl la Manned to u Tree. Tho daughter of Jesse Howard, n farm er living three miles east of Sprlngtlehl, Ark., left home to go to the tfeld where she was working in their crop. The next morning her corpse was swinging from u maple limb, dead and cold. Oil in Accident hi Spain. While a priest was administering the Init sacrament to a dying man, in the lreenco of his relatives, near Coruima, Spain, the tloor of the room collapsed and tho dying man and four other persons were killed and fourteen were Injured. t'lrc at Mliltllcport, Ohio. At Mlddleport. ().. Ill, starting In the livery stable or S. F. Smith, spread rnp Idly to other buildings, causing a loss of $00,000. The Mlddlepoit canning fac tory was destroyed, together with ev ;rai dwelling house. Contruct to llullil Now Hull. A $."i0,000 bond has been given by tho Gillette Hcrxog Manufacturing t.'onipauy of Minneapolis to Insure the erection of the new convention li'ull at Kansas City lu time for occupancy by the Democratic national convention In July. Kiro ut Fltclitiiiriii Muss. At Fltchburg, Mum., lire des.troed the hnrdwai-e store of the Dumou & Gould Company. Loss .$1)0,000. VoatoMce In lliirncil. Tho Enst Liverpool, Ohio, postoiUco wwi gutted by lire. Much ol the loose tnnll and that in boxes was destroyed. The? mall still In pouches was saved. The loss on mail cannot be estimated. Dam age to the building will amount to about $1,000. Ktiimplua Concern f lliirncd. Tho six-story brick building of the 11. It. Hunt Stamping Company In Cleve land and contents were totally destroyed hy tire. Tho loss is JjlWi.OOO, Crushed by Fall of Blute. Three miners were crushed to death by a fall of fclato In the Superior Coal Com pany mine No, a, at Wcllston, Ohio, There wero Jacob Tucker, John Williams and Dayld Davis, The bodies wera crushed iuto uu almost uurccogulxablo mass. Officer Blioote a Convict. William Clnybourn, one of tho most notorious criminals that Indianapolis has produced, and an escaped convict from the Indiana reformatory at Jefferson- vllle, was shot lu the arm by Detective John; uorgis at tat none oi au graaa 7. IS !.,., it rf jr, PAIMJHK8 FOR THK QUARTT.R. Liabilities for Three Month 950,077c ' O.-J.V-Dun's Review. H. O. Dun & Co.'s weekly review of trade says: "Only twice In twenty-live fears would such failures at those of the Brat quarter of 1000 have seemed large. They are large compared with last year and 1808 and would hnve looked larger In 1888. The amount of liabilities, fitl.UTT, 0."., Includes 921,101,000 for the United States Flour Milling Company, and $-,-492,482 for sixteen banks and other tlnan clal corporations, lenvlng 2,804 commer cial failures, with f?:i:i,(rj'J.r.71! liabilities. Actual defaults lit manufacturing are smaller than in the first quarter of any other year except 181)0. Quarterly re views show that outside the Immediate effects of stock speculation and indus trial consolidations the volume of busi ness has been larger this enr than a year ago. No change has come in iot ton goods this week, though dealings for the future nre hindered. Huslness in woolens Is also somewhat unsatisfactory. Sales of three chief markets have been only a,033,tiOO pounds. The rise In some leather has helped manufacturers of boots and shoes to hold prices, but not to get more orders. Failures for the week ore J.'tl In the United States, agnlnst 141 lust year, and 'M in Cnnndn, against IT last year." union lahokTanv iii:ki'.ati:d. Ohio Kmploycr llimtlie Klulit to Ills ctmruc Any Mini for Cause. Ohio's statute which Is Intended to pre vent the discharge of worklngmen for nlllllntlon with trades unions was declar ed unconstitutional by Judge I'ugslcy of the Common l'lens Court lu Toledo. La ment Uatcmnn, general manager of the Toledo tube works, dlschaiged AIoiiko Cole. The latter promptly brought suit beforo a magistrate and llateman was lined. The cuse was then carried Into the Common l'leas Court by thu Indictment of Hatoinau by the grand jury. Judge 1'ugsley heard the nrgumcut on a de murrer which se.t forth that the law wns unconstitutional nuil lliaf the facts did not constitute n cause of action. The court hoMs that the discharge In this case wns not such nil act thnt the em ploye wns compelled or coerced to leuvc his union, and that his discharge was n lawful net. He holds that the statute Is purely class legislation and unconstitu tional. LY.NCIIKII KOK 111! KN I NO A TOWN. VIIIukc of Ivor, Va.i llcst royed anil Mob linns tliclticcmllnry. Information has been received of it ljnchliig lu Southampton Count)', Va., for the commission of u crime which practically destroyed the little town of Ivor and left many families homeless. The greater 'portion of the place was burned. It soon became apparent that the tire was of Incendiary origin and a posse was organized to llnd the crlmluul. The tracks of a barefooted man were dis covered leading out of the town, nud they were followed by a crowd of Infuriated citizens. After a chusc of a mile the truces were lost. A telegram wns scut to Suffolk and a pack of bloodhounds se cured. With these the men resumed the hunt. It Is reported that the Incendiary, a negro, wns captured and swung to u tree In a lonely pait of Southampton County. New Hlilp UcliiK llullt. There nre nil of twenty new vessels being constructed by the leading steam ship lines for the transatlantic, service be-' tween New York and foreign ports, lu addition to these there arc at lenst live new liners that nre uenrly finished and will be placed in commission in the early part of tho coming season, besides a large number of vessels that will carry freight exclusively. Wu.liea Knee Once h Week. Mrs. Einmn Murphy has brought suit for divorce against her htishund, J, U. Murphy, a wealthy real estate dealer of Kansas City. The petition charges "In compatibility." and the leading specifica tion is that Mr. Murphy refuses to keep his person clean. One witness testified that Mr. Murphy only washed his face and hands once a week. Hobbem Commit Murder ami Arson. Joe Scott, a negro, was murdered nud his house set on tire by two unknown negro men. The house was located lu Enou Itldge, Hirmliighuiu, Ala., and be fore the tire department could reach the place the building was completely de stroyed, together with adjacent houses, ltobhery Is supposed to be the motive for tho crime. Important Case Decided. At Omaha Judge Keysor handed down an Important decision on a question of law In u case that has been watched with interest by labor organizations In nearly every locality. It established that the resolutions of public olllelals to use only union made goods have no legal validity. fcrloim l'lre in New York, A tire broke out In n frame building at Ash aud Oakland streets, Green Point, N. Y owned and occupied by Kdwurd C. Smith as a box factory, Ilefoie jt was got under control the tire spread to adjacent structures and caused a loss es timated at a quarter of a million dollars. Iloera Capture Kite Companies. Hoth Koers and HrltUh hnve suffered n reverse at different points In tho Oruugo Free State. The Hoers captured five companies of Hrltlsh soldiers nt llethany, while Hrltlsh troops under Gen. Mcthuen surrounded and captured a force of fifty' Boers near Hoshof. Murali la Found Guilty. Arilinr !'. Marsh of Allecan. former Inspector general of tho Michigan Na il.uinl flrinnl tiled on nn Indictment charging him with feloniously conspiring with certain of his otllclal associates IV defraud tho State, was tumid guilty by tho Jury at i.mi.mg. New Klota lu Mui-tluliiie. Strikes have been declared at several of the woiktt at Gundaloiipe, Island of Martinique, and night work has been suspended at thu Hohnemere works, be longing to the Cicdlt Foucler. The strikers invaded the works, extinguished the tires uud stopped all woik. Mint Who Numcd Seward Dies, 8lvcster Storrs, who nursed ex-Scere-tary of Statu William 11. Suwnul when ho was almost stubbed to death at tho titno Prcsldcut Lincoln was assassinated, is dead of cancer ut Heicu, Ky aged "U years. Atnsku Contention In May, Hoth political parties of Alaska will hold conventions in May, tho Jlcpubllcuns May 12 nnd thu uciuociats .May -, to name nntlonal convention delegates. All representatives will go specially institut ed. Thiol Wave finises 111k Loss. A tidal wavo carried owny tho new wharves of the Dmisiimtcr collerles nt Lad) smith (Oyster Harbor), U. G with, a lost otSpO.OOO. General Hldwell Pauses Away. A dispatch from Chieo, Gal., announces the death of Gen, Gcoige Uldwcll, Gen, Hldwell was the prohibition caudiduto for President lu 1802. Dies to Avoid uu Inquiry. Danker II, II. Pitcher, who has charge tf tho Llverraore, Ca)., bonk, in .the ,ca ted suicide. Pitcher was n trustee of the estate of the late Thomas Vnrney, de ceased, valued nf $000,000. UN trust was being Investigated In court. Pitcher was to produce Ids books in fnurt and testify ns to how he handled the bnnk and the trust. Itather than appear in court he blew his brains out. NKW GOLD KIND IN ALASKA. t'ana Yield 98 nn an Unnamed Creek FIowIiik Into the Yukon. J. M. Itice &4i-lvcd at Vancouver, U, 0., from Sknguay, bringing news of a very rich gold llnd in Alukn. Tho new creek Is as yet unnamed. It joins tho Yukon at While -Horse Hnpld, rising lu Ameri can territory. A few days ngo two men came down to the new town of Cloe lelgh nt Willie Horse with two sinks of nuggets, being the picked specimens from the results of about three mouths of work. They said that' though the wenth cr hud been cold and tho snow deep, their pnrty of seven had done exceedingly well during the Inst three months. -Pans tnft en out yielded ns much ns SfS. They went back next day to the diggings, nbout twenty miles up tho stronm from Yukon. A couple of days later nearly nil of tho r00 men working nt railway construction for the White Pass people went on the stampede; locations were being tnken up rapidly when Itkc left to come out. FATAL FIHiTTnT'I'.KU, 1ND. One Man and Forty-two Horses I'crlsh In lltirultiK Ktiiblc. At Peru, Intl.. lire destrojed the livery bnm of Wifrd Hrothcrs & Co., together with all the contents, Including forty-two horses, eighteen of which were owned by the llrm nnd the others by private parties llellly Gregory, nn cmploje, was burned to death. Two otl.r ctiiplnj.es mndu des penile efforts to save Gregory, but tlnnlly were forced to leave him to Ids fate. Lanrus, a promising tro'tcr with a rec ord of 2:20, wns among the horses burn ed. The loss amounts to ovet ?:itl,UOO, partly Insured. The lire Is supposed to hu6 beeti of Incendiary origin. Creek Indians to On North. Creek Indians from Indian Territory nre going north and will locate in Iowa, Minnesota nnd the Dakotas. An agree ment has just been signed and made pub lie by members of the Indian commission whereby the Creeks will be allowed to take up 240 acres of land to a family un der the Curtis act, and for such oppor tunity relinquish to tho United Stutes Government the control of their schools and abolish their tribal government. Defeat for Oil Men. The United States Supreme Court has decided that oil drillers must not penult the waste of natural gns in their boring operations. This case Is of long standing, and Is ot immense Interest to Ohio and Indiana. The decision of the court was handed down by Justice While nnd was the finding In the cause of the Ohio Oil Company vs. the Stute of Indiana, a test cue. Ncbraakn Soldier Kllla Himself. C. L. Leuimou, a master printer of Lincoln. Neb,, n member of Col. W. J. Hryuu's Third Nebraska regiment during the wnr with Spain, committed suicide by taking poison. His body wns found on the Htnte fair grounds. He Is said to have been depondent over business re verses. Workman Killed by Muclilucry. Henry- Ilurlburt, n workman in tho Lyons Pupcr Company's mill ut Cllntou, Iowa, met n horrible death. Ho fell agnlnst u swiftly revolving shaft, which caught his clothing and hurled him with great force against the side ot the build ing. His body was crushed Into a shape less mass. Tciaa filter Sweep Awuy Crops. The country southwest ot Austin, Teg., was visited by a cloudburst. Tho Nueces river and other streams wero converted almost Instantly Into raging torrents that overflowed aud swept away thousands of acres ot growing crops iu the valleys. Convicted Clevclundcra Sentenced. Albert E. Davis and Samuel G. Urook erd, who were convicted ut robbing the city of Cleveland us tho result of tho re cent city hull Investigation, were sen tenced to the penitentiary for four years each. Girl Hlulii by un Admirer. Miss Kate Tobln, 20 years of age, was shot aud Instantly killed lu the street near her home In Wuverly, N. Y.. by Fred Krlst. u young married man, Krlst is about !I0 years of ugo uud seemed madly Infatuated with the girl. All Kxhlblta Open Sitnduy. The French authorities huvc decided that all exhibits at the exposition arc to be open to tho public Sundays, and the United States exhibits are, naturally, within this regulation, Drutli of J ii mes Hcelcy. r .lames Seely, a well-known maker ot perfumes, Is dead ut his home lu lloehes- ter. Prumcn on I.ulics Oruutilc. The seamen of the great lakes arc or ganising. The union will consist of the sailors, watchmen nnd wheelsmen, Journalist Hilda Ilia Life. F. O. Dlckensheets ot the Kansas City Journal killed himself at tho Jackson Hotel, Atlantu,.by taking morphine. MAHKKTvOUOTATtONS. Chicago Cnttle, common to prime, $11,0(1 lo $!!,'.!.'; hogs, shipping grades, $:i.00 to .","."; sheep, far to choice, $U.UU to $tl,"r.; wheat, No. 'J red, (Hie to U7c; corn, No. '1, :tlli! to -10c; outs, No. -', lc to '-!."; rji'i No, 1!, fHo to Otic; butter, choice creamery, 17c. to lite; eggs, fresh, 10c lT.V; potatoes, choice, -,'io to 40c per lAhcl, liullanupulU Cattle, shipping, $;i.OO to ?0.0(); hogs, choice light, $:.(M) to $3.73; sheep, lommon to prime, I.IM) to $3.00; wheat, No. '', 7-c to "tie; coin, No, 'J white, -I0e to -H'c; outs, No, 'J white, 12!c to :Ulc. Sr. I.ouls-Cnu!c. fh.'l.'J.'i to $tl.0l); hogs, $:i.U0 to $5.7ii; hheep, Jrll.UU to $0.a; wheat, No, '.', 71o to 'lie; com, No. 2 yellow, :iDc to die; outs, No. 'J, ''5c to -7c; r)e, No. '1, Wm to fi7e. Ciuciunali-Cattle, VJ.r.O to $0.00; hogs, $:i.oo to Jf.vrr.; kheep, $:.r.o to yo.o; wheal, No, 1!, 7!lu to 7-lc; corn, No. 2 mixed, U7c to illlc; oats, No. t! nii.ed, J7c to I'De; rye, No. i.', Tile to Bile. Detroit-Cuttle, ."jill.ril) to .fO.OO; hogs, ?;i.0(l to ?,'.75; sheep, W.00 to SuVJa; wheat, No, "., 7Le to 7ile; corn, No. 2 yellow, -i'-'e. to dUi", oats, No. ". white, iISc to liDe; rye, Alio to (lie. Toledo Wheat, No. 'J mixed, 7-o to 70c; corn, No. L' mixed, illlc to 41c; oats, No. 12 mixed, 250 to '-'lie; rye, No. 'J, 57c to fillo; clover seed, Hew, $.j.lf to $5.25, Milwaukee Wheat. No. 2 northern, Ofic to 07c; corn, No. 3, IWo to 41c; oats, No. 'J white, 27c to 2l)c; rye, No. 2, 58c to 5De: barley, No. 2. 44o to 4Uo; pork, mess, $12.75 to $i:i,25. nuffalo-Oattle, good chipping steers, $3.00 to $11.00; hogs, common to choice, $3.25 toH.00; sheep, fair to choice, $3.00 to $7.00; lambs, common to extra, $4.50 to $8.50. New York-Cattle, $3.25 to $0.00; hogs, $3.00 t $0.00; sheep, $3.00 to $0.75; wheat, No, 2 red, 77c to 78c; corn, No. 2, 4Uc to 47c; oats, No. 2 white, ,31c to 93c; uuuer, creamery, c to sic; tffa, WMt "Thi leit thi Cheapest. 4MYMMITO, Celebrated Hats The Dunlap Silt Umbrella NIW YORK CHICAGO PHILADELPHIA "' ,if WW. Palmer House 14 Cieitut St. .0---Xd-OXli In the Principal Cities of the United States aad Canada. LONDON (Kngtind) PARIS (Franes) Send For Fashion Plate. -tttttttMettttttttttt-! PURE as he PUREST ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THESE BRANDS. Si as NONE BETTER. The J. C. (Irani Heal Company, 110, 112, 114 West Lake Street, CHICAGO. ftAAmmw - i wmiJimlmm PRID A. BUttl. BUSSE REYNOLDS, Anthracite, - r a f Bituminous and I I I Smokeless VVilL Tlphont South SS3. 1345 State Street, CHICAGO. asaTa. P"aCjfe y,j TtCJOffT, G. J. QELDERHANN, WHOLESALE GROCER TELEPHONE NORTH 607. cor. of Menominee. 555 Sedgwick Street, CHICAGO. PRIVATE LOANS AT SMALL INTEREST TO HONEST PEOPLE. RELIANCE LOAN CO., 100 WASHINGTON ST., Room 004, Fifth Floor, Title and Truet Bldg. RELIANCE LOAN CO., HOW. FOBTY-tBVENTH ST., Oorner of State St. RELIANCE LOAN CO., 007 WEST MADISON ST., ' "Stylit and . Qualities Always Progrtssivt" !AWD - NAPLES (Italy) iO 3 olTI H fc auauauauauai P. F. RKYNOLDS. Telephone North 70 JOHN F. ALLES, 233 Lincoln Ave., Plumbing, AND. SEWERAGE. Steam and Hot Water Heatinf. Repairing Promptly Done. EMtlmMtes Cheerfully Furnished, AND RETAIL. Ras Fittinor Room a, er vgaen, mvm Weaver WHOLESALE COAL AMa m $JM iWM Wm wit Wmk wwWBflkm BCiitsgsyrarCBiil--)lB k mlM3&&KfmML&vjiJj)HMir&t&Bi ujji8li-eWP 8SK1I BS5a3a-T- B-B-Vll-!1IB-B iB-B-BlBK3VB-l H-C-LllN" OFFICE: 40th Street and Wentworth Avenue. TELEPHONE YARDS 708. City Office: 802 Marquette Building. TELEPHONE MAIN ISO. P. S. PEABODY, President. M. S. ROBINSON, Vice Pre.. PEABODY et Ml Anthracite and Bituminous Coal WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. MAIN OFFICE: I RETAIL, OFPICBt Fifth Floor, aif Dearborn Street. I 103 Dearborn Street tag DOOKS-Peet North Market Street. W, P. RIND. W. P. REND & CO., Hard and Soft Coal and Coke. treertetore of Cere, Owaers aad Operator ot Mlaee. UUML Mia. MUM MO GOKI WORKI, allffhtny Csunlr, Pa. HIXIX MINII, Atksn Counlr. Ohle. . WILLOW 6H0VE MINII, ITaR MINI, WlHiHiftea Ceiali, H. iaCKIONVILLI MINI, Atnena CflHnlf, Ohle. UNBAY CRIEK MINK, Perrjr Ceentr, em. RIIIIINO MINES, Waihlngtoii Ceialj, H. RUN RIOQI MINI. eiHtlr.lMaV General Offices: 119 Dearborn Street. VeXeplo,e ZaCaalax U&I UTH IIBI YARDS: 4018 South HaUM St., Telephone Yard 851. WEST SIOE YARDS: Piorla and Klnzle 8U.. Taliihona Mala 42SS. Elizabeth and Klnzle SlreiU. TEAMING DEPARTMENT: 27 South Wator St., TetsikOM I mmm k m u fi TELEPHONE 6049 Main. MINERS AND COAL Shipping Docks, Main Offlcs, N. Hslsted and N. Branch Sts. 1226 Stock Exc, 1 10 LsSslls tt THE: WYOMING! tS-S&-jaat H 'Hj B JOHN eUUQH, Maapr. Coal Co., COKE J. D. ADAMS, TrMMIfWW C. J. GRAY, Secretary. COAL CO., I. WALKir JOHN T. 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