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j Important Intelligence From All Parts. DOMESTIC Joseph BoyER, a miserly farmer who lived near Sedalia, Mo., died without revealing the hiding place of his wealth. ' Six United States prisoners escaped from jail at Fort Scott, Kan., among them being BUI West, the notorious outlaw. In a fight with shotguns in Macon county, Ala., the result of a long standing feud between the Riddle and Christian families, Slab Kiddle was killed and Charles and Andrew Riddle were fatally wounded. The town of Gilmanton, Wis., was nearly wiped out by fire. Mrs. JohsF. Core, of Marlon, Pa., took her 2-year-old child to a well and dropped it iu and the infant was drowned. Thk report of the experts in Chicago iwho investigated the whitiky trust ac counts says that a discrepancy of 024,120 existed. Severk wind storms swept over Ohio, Illinois and other towns. Dust storms (prevailed in Iowa and Illinois. The mutilated bodies of Mrs. Sam Butler (colored) and her 8-year-old son wero found at Meridian, Miss. They were Mipposod to have been murdered by the husbund of the woman. A touxado visited Delaware, O., and surrounding sections, unroofing houses, uprooting trees aud demolish ing fences. The Steel Edire Stamping and l'etin ning company, of Millis, Mass., failed for $l',i2.r,:tii. , The 1.10th unniverwiry of the foun dation of the Second 1'urish Unitarian church was celebrated at llinghamton, Mass., in the meeting-house which was erected in 174'.'. The survivors of the invading army that marched to Washington under (Jen. Coxey a year ago had u reunion at Mashillou, 0. Coal operators in Indiana wero dis cussing a plan to form a pool like the one recently effected in Ohio. Citizens of Lexington, Neb., were urging Sam Woi Tai, a Chinaman, to make the race for mayor of the place. The bank at Mount Morris, 111., was robbed, the safe being wrecked with dynamite. It was thought that only 8150 was taken. Incendiaries caused the total de struction of Robinson & Co.'s stock barns near Decatur, Ind. Over 150 Ihogs and somo cattle and horses wero burned. Flames that started in the furniture store of A. F. Tanner & Co. in Mil waukee burned out twenty business houses, the total loss being $1,000,000. The president appointed Col. Thad deus II. Stanton to be paymaster gen eral of the army, to succeed Gen. Wil t Jiam Smith, retired. A hill wus introduced iu the New York senate to prohibit the wearing of tights by women. The commission sitting in Washing ton in the claims of American citizens against the Venezuelan government decided in the former's favor. Minister Thurston, of Hawaii, de cldcd to depart from Washington be fore his government could officially re call him. At Greenville, Miss., fire destroyed (the, Planters' oil mill, the loss being $112,000. The Nashua savings bank, the third largest in New Hampshire, closed its doors with liabilities of 83,000,000. Joii.x R. Tvcker, aged 51, an attor ney at Jeffersonville, Ind., was killed In an encounter with William Taylor, pged 70. Maggie Tiller, convicted of the murder of Freda Huntington In Chi cago, was sentenced to be hanged. This was the first time that a woman had been oondemned to death Id the courts of Cook county. Another shortage of 8400,000 was found in Chicago in the accounts of the whisky trust The seventeenth annual encampment of the (. A. R. department of Michigan commenced at Mount Clemens. Gov. Alto eld issued a proclamation designating Friday, April 19, as Arbor day in Illinois. Two men were killed and three others badly injured by the explosion of a sawmill boiler near Van Wert, O. Clohixo arguments were made in the Debs case before the United States su premo court in Washington. An early decision was expected. Frank Sutler, an assayer, shot and fatally wounded his wife at San Fran cisco and killed himself. A fire in the Bell clothing store in Chicago caused a loss of 8175,000. It was said that a prominent citizen of Jacksonville, Fla., was under con tract with sympathizers of the Cuban patriots to engage 10,000 negroes from Florida to go to Cuba to aid the pa triots. ,Gen. S. B. Daboll, of St Johns, was elected department commander of the Michigan 0. A. R. at the annual en campment in Mount Clemens. The' Commercial bank at Cincinnati, a state institution long regarded as financially solid, closed , its doors with liabilities of 81,000,000. A settlement, of the Davis will con test was effected by the heirs of the Montana millionaire. A resolution fixing May 2 as the date for final adjournment was adopted by the Illinois senate. . It was stated in Chlca go that the prices of all kinds of meats would be higher this summer than they have been for ten years past Ten horses and twelve cows perished by the burning of. Charles Jarre tt's barn near Fort Dodge, la. . Fire at West Superior, Wis., de stroyed J. K Nelson's property and his wife and three children were probably fatally burned. Thk home of Chris Chrlstianson at Mlnot, N. D., was burned, and five of his nine children were cremated. The State bank of Stanton, Neb., went into voluntary liquidation. Jajocs KiELAir, a celebrated confed erate tpv, died in a hospital at Kansas ttnd was tmried at a panpor. At Jefferson la.,' the thermoir-ter registered 00 degrees in the shade on the 27th. The mayor and board of trustees of Madison, III, were found guilty of rnalfeasance in office for permitting a gambling house to run. Burglars, in an attempt to find hid den money, cruelly tortured Mrs. Mary Berger, aged 86 years, at Springfield, I1L Four counterfeiters, Jefferson May and John, James and Chauncey Boyer, were arrested at Rockford, 111. The Clarence bank at Clarence, Ma, suspended with liabilities of 880,000. Attorney General Olney says that the printing of facsimiles of foreign postage stamps is a violation of the act of 1891, which prohibits the counter feiting of foreign obligations or se curities. The Auburn state bank, located at tho village of Auburn. 111., v;as robbed of something over 81.000 by burglars. Officers of the Queen & Crescent railroad Intercepted train robbers at Ureenwood, Ky., and killed two of thein. Miss Amy Thill, on actress, aged 24, was murdered in New York by John liigelow, an actor, who then ended his own life. Mrs. Frank Annis perished in her burning home near Fenton, Mich. The firm of Malcolm & Waterbury, of Chicago, which did an extensive bucket-shop business in Illinois, Mis souri, Nebraska and Iowa, failed for 8100,000. Statistics show that 873 railroad companies in this country are now building, or contemplating doing so soon, 20,547 miles of new road, By the bursting of a reservoir near Newcastle, Col., several bridges were swept away and many farms were ruined. A c firk at St. Augustine, Fla., de stroyed forty-nine residences and busi ness houses, besides several smaller structures, entailing a loss of 8100,000. At Jackson, Miss., a negro who in sisted upon riding in a wagon with three white women was shot to death. Treasury ofilcials In Washington agree in the opinion that the Income tax applies to foreigners owning any property in this country, whether resi dents or nonresidents. The entire business portion of Can aseraga, N. i'., and thirty dwellings were burned, the loss being 8100,000. TnE St Paul Railway company dis charged eleven engineers and thirty five firemen from Its division running Into Fort Howard, Wis., because they frequented saloons. Mrs. Reach, an eccentric character, died at Oshkosh, Wis., aged 100 years. Twenty years ago she purchased a coffin, and at her own request she was buried in it after she had used it a gcore of years for a bed. Terrible prairie fires were raging fn the Otoe and Ponca Indian reserva tions several miles north of Perry, 0. T. The district between Pleasantville, N. J., and Briirantine Junction was burned over by a forest fire, many buildings and a large quantity of tim ber being consumed, the loss aggregat ing thousand of dollars. C. L. Williams, of St Louis, while temporarily insane, killed Catherine Kaeser, his aunt, and then committed Buicide. . Wyckoff, Minn., a town of about 000 inhabitants, was almost completely wiped out by fire. The New England coast was visited by a hurricane, the wind attaining a velocity of seventy-five . miles an hour, and doing much damage to shipping. Central Iowa was swept by dust storms, which partially obscured the sun and hindered railroad traffic. The boiler of the Langston sawmill near Apple Valley, Ga.. exploded, kill ing William Goode, John Langston and a negro woman. The Nonpartisan Women's Christian Temperance union at Kansas City de cided to remove their hats at church services and all indoor meetings. Samuel Mc Williams, a notorious bandit, and a companion were shot down while, robbing a store ot liraggs Station, Ark. Federal officials at Sun Francisco unearthed a gang engaged In circu lating forged Chinese residence papers. . The wind reached a velocity of 75 miles an hour In New York, doing much damage to shipping. The theatrical company that left St. Louis to walk to New York in 105 days on a wager gave up tho job at Effing ham, 111. A mysterious man, alleged to have been private secretary to the king of Sweden, died in poverty at Clinton, la. Two American warships were or dered to Nicaragua, presumably to pro tect American interests. The exchanges at the leading clear ing houses in the United States during the week ended on the 29th aggregated 6388,359,404, against 89.12,491,395 the previous week. The increase, com pared with the corresponding week in 1694. was 20.8. An anti-cigarette ordinance went Into effect In Lawrence, Kan., and no cigarettes can be purchased In that city. : ; 'V ' Silver in very rich" quantities 'was discovered In the mountains in Wayne c'ounty, W. Va. . . ,;. . '; ' Tje Bank ; of Cantqn, Kan., sus pended. . It had $8,000 capital .and 517, 000 deposits and was a privatcconcern. All. the plate glass factories in the country, with a few exceptions hatfe closed down and 'will not resume until May . : ' '' There were 234 business failures in the United States in tho seven days ended on the 20th,. against 278 the week previous and 238 in tho corre sponding time in 1894. The Bristol (Tcnn.) Bank and Trust company assigned with liabilities of 824,720. The hottest weather ever known in the northwest in March prevailed on the 29th, the mercury reaching 90 de grees above zero in some places. The average in Iowa and Illinois was 60 de grees. The residence of Israel Iltgbie, a wealthy farmer of Northport, L. I., was burned, and his daughter, Mrs. William Reeves, and her young daugh er were burned to death. The direct inheritance tax levied by the last' Ohio legislature was declared unconstitutional by the circuit court at Cincinnati , ' Reports from the middle and north western states indicated that crops were in great danger by reason of drought A million pounds of 6ugar, alleged to contain arsenic, was sold at auction at Philadelphia for 84,000. Oohn A. Brown, aged 30, shot his wife, aged 24, in Philadelphia, and then committed suicide. Domestic trouble was the cause. The question of removing the capi tal of Minnesota from St Paul to Min neapolis was decided in favor of St PauL ' The boiler in a sawmill Bt East Leon, O., blew up.' D. J. Ingersoll, the own er, and his uncle, Denziel Ingersoll, were instantly killed. PERSONAL AND POLITICAL William Sweeney, a 76-year-old wealthy resident of Fairland. I. T., was married to Miss Zena Taylor, a 10-year-old girl of Southwest City, Mo. Aunt Julia .Thompson, a -colored woman who claimed to be 158 years of age, died in Dallas county, Te,x. Jane Harris, of Moiticello, N. Y., died at the age of 104 years. Mrs. Aqnks Monroe Russel, for many years tho editor of the Club magazine, and a writer of note, died iu New York. Presiding Elder ,W. S. Birch, of Kokomo, Ind., died while attending conference ut Logansport, aged 70 years. Matukin M. Ballou, of Boston, the well-known editor, publisher and writer, died in Cairo, Egypt, aged 75 years, lie was editor and publisher of the first illustrated weekly paper in this country, known as Baflou's Monthly. Dr. William Hotchkiss, who was buried at St. Lou's, is supposed to have reached the age of 140 years. He had been a mason 100 years. FOREIGN. Senor de Lome was appointed Span ish minister to the United States to ucceed Senor Muruaga. Dispatches from Havana alarmed the Spanish government, as they indi cated that the insurrection was spread ing rapidly and was already beyond the control of the local commanders. Manitoba was in a state of open re bellion against Canada over the order to restore separate Catholic schools. Great Britain will demand of Spain an explanation of the wanton killing of an English sailor at Cuba. The Spanish prime minister said that he would send 100,000 troops to Cuba if .that number was necessary to put down the rebellion. Premier Oreenway adjourned tho legislature of Manitoba until May, pending legal opinions on the Catholic school fight. Field Marshal Patrick Grant, tho oldest officer in, the British army, died at his home in London, aged 81 3'ears. There was talk of war . between France and England as a result of France's sending an expedition to tho Niger in Africa. In the British house of commons a resolution to give home "(rule to Eng land, Ireland, Scotland and Wales was adopted. . ... It was announced that the emperor of Japan had declared an unconditional armistice pending peace negotiations with China. . The government forces won a de cisive victory over the rebels in Colom bia and the revolution was believed to be at an end. . OWES MILLIONS. Receiver A pxlnted lor E. 8. Jnffrny 4 t o. In Now York. New York. March 20. The long es tablished wholesale dry goods house oi E. S. Jaffray & Co. on Monday wenl into the hands of receivers. The ac tion was a friendly one and was brought about to avoid possible difficulties grow ing out of the winding np-of the estate of E. S. Jaffray. The complaint in the action sets out the liabilities of the firm as 82,500.000, 81.000,000 for merchandise, 81,000,000 or obligations and the balance of 8"i00,00( 'on notes. The losses of the firm re cently, it states, on account of the de pression in business have been ovei 8500, 000, and 8750,000 have been with drawn by the estate of E. S. Jnffrny. The business done by the New York house generally amounts to from 88, 000,000 to 810,000.000 a your. It em ploys about 300 men and lias seventy four traveling salesmen. The firm waj organized in 1809 by Robert Jaffray a a branch of the London house. DECLINED A NEW TRIAL. A Husband-Killer 1'luncln (iullty nn( (Joel to l'rlnon for Life - Mabcoutah, 111., .March 25. Mrs. 'Anna Kahn, who was sentenced to bt .hanged for the murder of her husband last. August at East Caroudclct, was granted a new trial. Saturday in jthe ' St. Clair county court bj Judge Alonzo S. k Wiiulermanl Im j mediately after the decision Mrs. Kahn : arose and in tremulous' tones pleaded 'guilty of the murder.and up pealed, foi mercy. She was at once resentenced, but this time .to imprisonment in the Joliet penitentiary for life. The niur der of Frederick Kahn was enmmitted :by his wife arid' George Ccnfrell; who was hanged hist November for his con nection with the crime.' : : ' MURDER OF AN ACTRESS. John liigelow Shoot. Amy Thill In Nen York ml Then Kills Ulmielf. New Y6bk, March 28. John Bigelow, an actor, shot and killed Amy Thill in the furnished room of the woman iq West Twenty-fourth street and then used the weapon, a revolver of large caliber, to commit suicide. The doubU tragedy; v was not ' discovered until Wednesday evening, when both bodlei were found on the floar of the apart ment where the crime had been com mitted. None of those in the houM could assign a motive for the deed. Bigelow was' about 30 years old, and the young woman, who was an actress, was not more thnn 85. ' PIUNCE BISMARCK. Ho Cries Bitterly in the Midst ot an Address. The Venerable Sttonir Overcome by a , Itefei-ence to III Old Muster, Em peror Wllllmn I. Coiik rBtulat ed by the l'mstlnn Diet. Berlin. March SO. The celebration of the 80th anniversiry of the birth of Prince Bismarck, which occurs April 1, maybe said to have commenced Mon day, as 392 members of the reichstag and the Prussian diet started during the day for Friedrichsruhe In order to congratulate the ex-chancellor. They were received at the railroad station by Count Herbert Bismarck, Count. William Itismarck, Count von Bantzau. husband of Prince Bismarck's daughter, and by Count von Waldersce. l'rlnre lltHinnrrk Hpenkft. The deputations proceeded . to the castle front, where they were received in a body by Prince Bismarck, llerr von Koeller, president of the lower house of the Prussian diet, made a speech l'KINCE I1ISMAKCK. congratulating Prince Bismarck on the Bpproaching anniversary of his birth. The prince made a speech thanking the deputies for their kind wishes, saving: Is Completely Overcome. "Accept my warmest thanlcs for tho honor you hnro rendered mo. It Is to me tho highest distinction to soo such a noble assembly united here. I should be ashamed If the honor wus not (or the work I bavo done, not for my porson only. The credit for the present results uchleved I share with those co operating with me, who are now dead, and, abovo all. with my greatly worshiped good master under whom I worked so long. (Here the aged ox-chancellor stopped speaking andorled bitterly, the assembly in the meantime being greatly affected. Kegulnlng his composure somewhat, the prince resumed his remarks in a voice choked with emotion.) A Tribute to the Late Emperor. 'Wait." he said, "could I have done with out his aid, and that of his powerful army? 1 would have stuck In the same bog that frus trated all previous attempts at German unity. Our dynasties, thank God, are still powerful In their countries cheers and especially the king of Prussia Is able to put a powerful army Into the service ot national interest This was my aim at Frankfort-on-,the-Maiu and I have alwavs followed it since." Royalty's Homage. Friedrichsruhe, March 27. Em peror William, who left Berlin for this place at 8:20 o'clock Tuesday morn ing, accompanied by the crown prince, left the special train near Aumuehle, where he mounted a horse and, 'attended by a brilliantly uni formed staff, rode quickly to the spot selected for the assembling of the troops detailed to do honor to Prince Bismarck. ' The Emperor's Speech. In presenting Prince Bismarck with the sword of honor Emperor William, referring to the presence of the cuiras siers, said that he handed him the gift in recognition of his deeds, adding: "I oould not have found a better present than k sword, whether as the weapon of the ancient German or as a symbol of never-falling re source, and upon It are engraved-the united anna of the Relchsland. May your serene highness look upon this as a token of gratitude for deeds recorded In history which were brought to a conclusion twenty-five years ago. Let us, comrades, shout a hurrah lor his serene high ness, Prince Bismarok, duke ot Lauenberg." Bismarck Weeps. As the troops presented arms, the band played, the soldiers shouted and Prince Bismarck cried. Recovering his composure, the ex-chancellor said: "Will your majesty permit mo to lay at your feet my most bumble thanks. My military position In relation to your majesty will not allow me further to express my feelings." He then kissed the kaiser's hands and his majesty urged him to mount his carriage, which Prince Bismarck did only when the crown prince had first entered the ve hicle and taken a seat to the right The Luncheon. At the luncheon Emperor William presented Prince Bismarck with the seal from the writing table of his grandfather, Emperor William I. The railroad station, post office and all the. houses of Friedrichsruh and Its neigh borhood were decorated with flags in honor of the emperor's visit and the occasion of it. , Will IHmolve the Reichstag-. ' It is learned that the kaiser, during the luncheon, referred to the political situation. He said that he was firmly determined to dissolve the reichstag, and that Count Von Waldersce would become chancellor shortly His majes ty has ordered Count Von Witldersee to confer with Prince Bismark regarding tho lino of policy to be followed. lias Mo Assets. Chicago,' March 28. The firm of Mal colm & Waterbury, which- did an ex tensive bucket-shop 'business in Illi nois, Missouri, Nebraska and Iowa, made uu assignment with liabilities of g80 and no assets. Kceuty-Slz and Sixteen. Southwest City, Mo., March 27. William Sweeney, a 70-year-old wealthy resident of Fairland, I. T., was married to Miss Zena Taylor, a 10-year-old girl of this place. To Command Michigan Veterans. Mount Ci.kmkns, Mich., March 28. Gen. S. B. Daboll, of St. Johns, was elected department commander of the Michigan O. A. R. Wednesday on the frh.tbullot. Population of Dubuque. . Duruo.uk, la., March 27. Returns made by the assessor will show that Dubuque has a population exceeding 0,t00. v . KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement nnd tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. 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