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Vol. 'v- Calumet. Houghton -County. Michigan. Thursday. March 19. 1896. No. 108. isr 1ST 1ST IfiT A Word With You! We want to talk with you about the new Spring Suit. 01 courno, you are Roinjr to hare one. Everybody in, and you will want the latent Btylea to eelect from. There are all kinds of tiotlK' In town, fiome as old aa the hill lu fact of an ace to be voters. WtU, you don't want these. What you want ih the latent put, well trimmed and finished, and at the right price. Now that's our Imbby. Our reputation for handling only the Iet goods is well known, and w e want to convince you that our prices are correct. We have an elegant line of Hats and Caps, everything that U new ond novel. Come and Me for yourself and be convinced. ED HAAS & CO., -TO "To -TO -TO -TO -TO -TO "TO -TO -TO HOUGHTON. RED JACKET. o o sir n nave iou Lost Anything? Found Anything? Anything to Exchange? M 9 5 Do You Want Help? A Situation? To Sell Anything? To Buy Anything? To Rent a House? If so, the 8 Want Column 4 of ! The News Is the Place To Advertise. The Cheapest Means Of reaching the Most People In the 9 8 8 0 D Quickest Time. JOB WORK U Neatly and Promptly Executed. i t SMITH IS I'll TEST HAS A THY WORDS TO SAY. CHEPiO-.E Many n ll HANGEi. Murders The Secretary Under Fire in th3 Senate. ItubUei mi N l a I Four rOTf, Aik , Malta 1'J "Chero kee Rill" was hanged hero Tueslay. lie was hut 2" years idd Mil hud been n mem ber ot tho Bill Cu k gang. When the Cook gaug broken up Cherokee Bill a lloe Not Con line Himself to the Kerr, tary f the Interior, but Una rtoiurlutiig to Say of the Chief Maglal rate benate Committee on FonlKii ltelathin Will Support the House Cuban Ucolntlous Preiidi-nt CleVrUud'it liirthdiiy. AfiiiiNUTON, March 10 During tho insidorntion In the filiate TuJsJay of a resolution to open tlu Uncompangra res ervation in Uciih Secretary Hoke Smith was severely criticised by S mators Can non of Utah and Waluott uf Colorado. nd Vest of Missouri, and the last naiiiod il l there had been a time when a cabi net olll-cr who deliberately disobeyed tho :iw would Ikj brought before tho bar of the senate, but. that It was now quite oiimion for such o'liocrs to rcfuto to Jarry out tho law. Vest said tho opening p of tlie asphalt regrm In this reserva tion would result lu greatly cheapening the product Had Heroine ISpprtthenalble, Vest declared that ;hia course of nulli fying laws h id grown to such an extent 'hat it had bucomo rearchensibio. Refer- lug to the proposed action of Secretary Morton in complying with tho seed roso- ution, Vest said it would not be carried ut bj as to secure ni efficient distrlbU' on of seeds but that tho nocrctary would t in such a way us to placo upon con fess tho appearance of wanting the np- poprlation A9 to tho Uutouipahgro res ervation and Secretary Smith, ho de clared that tho secretary und tho prosl- en t tho president ucting on tho sugges tion of tho secretary decided that con press did not know what it was doing. est declared therovsas a disposition on tho part of tho administration not to real tho peoplo of tho West fairly ana as If they did not know what they wanted. The New York Speech. Ho referred to tho Into address of tho president to tho Presbyterian mission board in New York, tho president stand- ng on tho thresholds of the rum holes and laces of vice In ew York ami saying tno oulo of tho west nee led missionary aid. Ho had hoard that the president had late ly laid his heart at the feet of Jesus, lift lad to hear it. 1 lu had feared that tho president had don lUd all his ndora- tiou to tho nuicwump i ana inconso uurn- Vest said that it the president would hunt less ducks In North Carolina and silver Democrats In K -mucky it would bo better for tho rou n try. Ho declared the refusal of public oflL-urs to obi'y the law h.nl Im'coiho so Qizrant tint It demanded tho aitontion of tno lejWlatlve branch of tho government. IIOIjMJ CtUAN Mi;SOLtTIO' WIS. Srnat ror'lffn Comm tlee Decides to gup- port th (:inft-rree. Washington-, Manh 19. The sonato ooinniitteo on foreign relations havo de cided to stand by tho agreement reaclnd by tho senate conferr es and to support ho house Cuban reso utions as a eubsti ntn for tho senate resolutions on tho imo sulvWt. The eo nmittee was not unit on tho proposition, but It was carried bv n safe majority, llio discussion in tno comiuitteo indicated that most of tho momb.-rs preferred tlio senate form of resolution, but there was placed against this argument that of expediency and this lln.Mif roasonlmr won tno day. Among tho objocilons inadoto tho nouso declaration were thiwo base.d uikjii gram- lll.lt .c-.ll construction and tho referenco to this country's coinnie -clal Interest in the ottlenient of tho Cubm trouble. Thece blemishes were yener.dly admitted, but It w.i eontcndi'd on tho other hand that thi house was wedded to Us expression and that it might bo even moro ditucuit 1 1 pvt that body to ncoent the senate reso- lui Ions th in It is pro lug to bo to pet tho .n.-ihi to take those of tho house. It was nloo contended that tho principal onjec tlon in tho senate w is noi so muen iu tho house resolution a i to any expression wh ituver. Senator Mivrman, ns cnaif' i.nm of tho committee, was requested to keep tho Cuban question as well to tho front as possible and to get a vote at tho Sii lieKt practicable ua v. President Cleveli ud's IJIrthiUT. iv ciTivnTiiv. Mar :li 19. liaskets of Q.wors. together wi n conscrai uiatory q ,tes and telegrams, began to arrive at tlu White Houso soon niter tno oreawias& h..nr Wednesday mon ing, ami continue t tnien-als untd ftftor dinner. It was i, rul -.nl. nUo. that tao members of tho binet and other Metals ol tno proiueui. wero early callers, but tho apparent mys- tnrv aurroundliiff tho oviJoneesoi lestivi- dissinited by tho nnnouno ment fiat It was tho birthday of tho chief cxeo- nt v. of tho nation. l'reuient uieveian i W;.a h.irn nt Cahlwell. lissex couuiy, . .T March bS. is37, and Is consequently 5J yi ai s of ago. making a Teat Caae, WAsntKOToN. Maroh 19. Tho St. Asaphs race track manager Wednesday niado a test case on the recent Maupln k law iiied by tho .rginia leg islature. Tho track was reopened and i. ....t cm the L mls and Now Or leans races, tho money being placed wbh -i l, V. V'a.. Pool rooms, tlio &r. a jiiniu titiiinln charsring ft commission of KJ cents per bet. Arrets will bo made i ,,..r ii,.d tho matter taken to tho courts. Ki-crt-tarr Morten and Seeds. WASiusoTO.v, Marc; i 19 The question f thn construction of the seed resolution has been referred by Ucretary Morton t both tho attorney general and thecomp ...n. r tho .roasurr for opinions, bee retary Morton says ho will execute to the letter tho law as const uuu vj UJ..w..v ceneral. Ho says als i that he will buy the seeds already pack . d. The llajard ivsolotlons. WismxoToS. Manli 19. The rcsolu inna to censure Ami assador Bayard for i.i. ,..,ti.t,r.,tlotion pHehes in Kngland nnd co.land wore U ken up in the bouse Wednesday ana ev .k hi sti ing 8Pii r ,? on bji u ,!!:',:. Ooveriior Mi tlliews 111, i.,ivtni.!N Mtrci 1 Governor Ma'tihews Is painfull? ill with laryngitis ii.. h. nut been at n.s ii.i o in mui f.r several davs W, d to-day morn Jng hrs comhtioa was uoi sj ruriug M H " boen. woulo'have died anyhow. How Filibusterers Fooled Spanish Detectives. Those rallcnle Wbo Met Violent beatbe Jackaouvllle, Ilia. J ACKSOSVILLK, Ills., March 19. vr. the I Watson, superintendent of the hospital for tho Insane, was on the rack luesday, though he'vras nut very roughly handled. Tho cause was the alleged exposures of STF.iSint HAWKINS 1)11) NOT SINK, abuses n the institution The man rep- resenUa.- the Chicago newspaper making the charges was able to give hearsay One Mory la That the Aicl CarrieU Twe mainiy though ho said some of the ein- Crcwa and Awaited a Storm When it I ployes had told bliu things, but he would Came One Crew TkU to the ltata and I not tell any of their names, though the Reported tho Iavm of the Veaael Uea- governor assured hiin their place would by the Fillbua- l aocure, no mailer wnati vney auiu. inure were no otuer maienai wuhmw. except attendants and employes of the In stitution, and they all explained how me accidents happened. Tho man who was scalded was partly Daralvzed and had to be cleaned several times a day and was very hard to lane care of. The attendant took him to the bathroom and left him standing by the tub with his clothes on while he went to got CJi.:,5 -.lan garments in the room near by and when he returned the man IITOLES TAKE UMBRAGE Speech 01 Senator Lodge Makes Them Indignant. SAT STATISTICS ARE EER0XE0CS. perate AIeaure TaLen terers. New York, March l'J. Spanish detec tives engaged in keeping watch on the movements of the Cubans In this country were very inu; h exercised Tuesday night over the report that tho steamer Hawkins did not. tiibu l!.- irornlng of Jan. 2-i, but that she made her way to t! island, landed her cargo, aril is now lul l up at onooftho Florida keys. Tho story took two forms. U110 was that the Hawkins was In tho tub with u.o hot water on carried u double crew. I!oth crews were mm, turuw eitnor oy niinseii o icr patient. He died in eignt days, duc ma . 11 1. i.m.i t.1. . .1u charired in small lHats alxut fire miles The same was practically true of tha wo man, Sarah Johnson, who was scalded. of CIltnoKtH BUT. tnrted out single handed and committed many robberies and not a few murders were laid at his door. Tho particular crime for which ho was banged was tho murder of Kruest Melton, a while man at Lcnipah, Cherokee Na tion, on Nov. 8, ISDt On that day tho desperado, In company with another out law, known as thu "Nenligns KM, rodo Into Leuapah and hell up a store. After they had ransnck od tho place, Cherokee Hill saw Melton dan ling at the window of n restaurant, twenty feet away. Ho leveled his Winchester and shot hlmdead. Tho 'Verdigris Kid" was afterwards killed In nil attempt to rub a store at liragg, Cherokee N itlon. Aficr the Melton murder Chorokeo Edl eluded the oUlcuis. committing many crimes until , January, ISM, when, through some clover - strategy, ho was ar rested near Nowata. On the loth of April last Chorokeo Bill was sentenced to bo hanged for Melton's .murder and Juno 25 was llxo.1 as tha day for his rxecutiou. His case was apnea I el to tho supremo court, however, which resulted In u stay of execution and while it was pending ho committed another murder, killing Law rence Kuliug his guard, on July - I. WISCONSIN i EPJ3LICANS. Delegate to tho Slate Cnnventlou Cheer . the Name of AtrKluley. Milwavkkk, Martii 19 The Repub lican state con veil lioi; was called to order by Chairman Jon o? tlu state central committee at 11: i) Wednesday. Secretary E vlng announced tint there was not a contest betwe n any of tho delegates and tho reading of the list of delegates was dispensed with. Joiiu O. iscu 01 Iji- Crosse, a popular young Republican, was chosen chairman of tho conventljn nmld applau-e. Escli's mention of tho various presidential possibilities was init with rounds of applause, incronslng from ft moderate burst U a will demonstration for M. Kinley. Men waved their hats and handkerchiefs and shouted themselves hoarse. Kicli at tempted to go 011, but ha l to desist uutil tho crowd h i I aat isQjd its desire to honor th favorite of tho stare. At the close ot Julgu Kscli s spoech there was another demonstration not much less enthusiastic. Committees on permanent organlz it ion and resolutions were then mimed and tha conVuUtluU tOS a recess until 2:3). On rcassemhllnsr a resolutlpn was pro Boiited and tidePU'd amidst tremend iua Html inso coniuii nding tlio distinguished nuidio services of William MvKmloy, and instructing tlio delegates from Wisconsin to use all reasonab e etlort to secure his nomination for t ho presidency. Ilmilley Hanged In 1 flipy. Hawille. Ky.. March 19. Governor Bradley was hung In dlljty hero Tuesday night. The pel peti utora or mo need are unknown and it Is linposatblo to identify tiiem. llio pol.ee know nothing, llio fl'uro was very skillfully made up and t ipped by the famous white hat which the governor always wears. Acruw s tho breast m a card were tlio worus: ivioi-Aiurm Hrallcv." It was hung upon a telephono wire which erodes M lin street from tho Boylo bunk to a barber shop. Jim McUlniila iood Lnck. ST. JosEi'ii, Mich., March 19. Jim Mo- Clnnls of this placo la a section foreman, earning II 5) y- Aprd 1 he will b conu James .Mcuinnifl, nauju, wiin 17 im)i to start on. aud within six months i.u .11111 will bo Increased to f j j.ujj. J bachelor uncle. Daniel McGlnuis, died in Toledo about a year ago, leaving nis en tiro fortune of t7o.i.0Jl) to his brother, Matthew, who now divides tlu propony equally between hlmseir and two sous. Heavy Failure lu Michigan. GUAXD RAriP. Mich., Marcli 19. Mar tin L. Sweet, banker, lumberman, grain dealer, manufacturer and farmer, nas us signed. He la one of the oldest business men In Grand Rapids, is tno owner ot Stables' hotel, and has largo landed inter, csts. Liabilities nro about tlio.UX'. The suts are largely in excess ot urn Amount, but consist in largo part of real estate not to le cas.ly marketed. IUn.au I'opQllata. IICTCniNSOS, Kan., March J9. The Populist stato convention for tho selec tion of delegates to tno nauo 1 11 conciav t SL LjuIs was called to order Wcdnerx dav by J. w. ureiuontnai . iopiK. lletwecn four anu uvo nua-n ueicg.nv .uln attrndaiice. 1 ll Coll IltlOII Will aelect nin -tf -six delegates t- St. Lm'.s which will bo tho largest dolt . atlou Irom any stale In the Union. rowdrrMUl lllowa Ip. Pr.rr.iiKEkeaie. N. Y.. March 10 A powder mlil which gives employment t ...Mnir.lltd mpn a! Ri f ton. Lister couil tr. blew ui Tu sday. '1 he mangled boun of Ave men have U-en found in the ruins Tim mill Is situated about two miles iroi Kosciidalo, which Is the nearest railroad station. The same mill blew up about i hs ii'' and at tl-ut tiro four men were kille l. Kwturn at the Old Wanes. PiTTsnm:i. Maroh 19. Tho boat oniilk ririko whlcli was iu .u x urate I i l.'li weeks evo f r an advaden of 5 eeii?s pi .i lit wn.n-d nod uiuforiu lmurs. ha becu declared oir and tho strikers i ruturn to work at tho old wage, from the Now Jersey coast. Tho vessel gaa wouia have died, the witness said, left put Saturday night and l y 1 uesday I Li-foro long, at best, as mind and body night had got no further than Barnegut I were failing. She was left for a moment point. As any ordinary vess d cou'.d make while the attendant went for clean this distance in much less time, suspicion I clothes, and when tho latter returned she was at ont o aroused. I was in tho tub In hot water, wbUti an- V alt ins for a storm. I other patent had turned on. The dercctiven arjruo that the Hawkins I Hannah Stinger was suffering from wns merely ciawlm along tho coast, I strangulated hernia and Dr. Watson wnitlmr for a siorin. The storm broke on I thought an operation to bo the only Momlav n;e!it. and on TuomIjiv morning means of saving her life. Ho performed tho crew b it tlio ship in small boats, tak- the operation, but later she died, as sue in: n iroo.l n.iinv of Ih i ias?enera with would have done anyhow If the operation them Tho detciVivc satr that nt the time had not been performed. El.zabelh Sal- tho Cubans kivw their intended move- lee Dr. Watson foun 1 neglected and suf- imn: were known to the United States I fering from stiff knoo Jnnts. It was ml tho Siin.h authorities in this coun-1 deemed safe to give her anwilhetlcs and rr 1 !.ei U iu'iv I Ho eruiMTS Uulclffll fill J I PI norm an OUCrttllon. out mi wuiuu i t Montgomery, under cummaud of Admiral Bunce, wore watching lor them outsid sisted by the revenue totters Morrill, McLean aril Colfax, it was necessary, ie sav, ta take some desperate ineaS' tires to tna.t it app.Mr lhat tlio iiawkins hali; no lo (Jubi. and this means was Jopud G iicr.il Larc.a was iho only man ol cons 'iiaeneo resciiou ana mo uo eel Ives cay that was done In ordor to ailay their suspicions furtlier. C u Iu More .ood Here. Beside:, tiiey say, (Jarciii can do more piod In th.s mi ly at tho present time ban he cm In Cutia Moreover, tno do tectlvcs Miytho Hawkins had on board wice as many men as she could carry to rally. Bulleck was a trusty and ran away and was killed by a train. Several ernoMea testified that the institution w.i admirably managed at present ana tn many rvspects a, Kivat improvemont over anything In prtvl ms years. BROWN AND BLUE UNIFORMS. Will Urn Worn by Mrin1era of bod's Amer ican Volunteer. New Yor.K, March 19 The uniform to bo worn by God's American Volunteers has been decided upon by Commander and Mrs. Ballington Booth. The dresses of the women will be made of seal brown cashmere. Tho kirt will be perfectly Cuba, and that it was absolutely necessary I i;,ui ttI)li ,,f Buch a length that It will to tiisjot-e 1 1 si nai if them, en route. Must clear tho ground. Ibo waist win do Another ver-a.n of the story on which the I a tight-fitting Norfolk Jacket, with threo delect. ves are working 's that tno jiawK-1 k0x plait down t lie Irout and tnreodown ns Is actn d.y ut the b ittom of the ocean, I the back. The women will wear poke having ire. mi M iti tlo i by the Cabans lifter bouuets. As compared With tho Silva- icr i-ni-g.i had been tiuilei'iiil to another tlon Army bonnets they are shorter be- vessel, 'i'i.ey uo inn t ko up this theory hind and they do not cover tho ears. The with any d. gr e of activity, however, as I vo0 ia Rbju narrower. Tho style for they are lie I .u'd to think she actually Kprm3 and summer will lie brown straw inude her l:m iing in Cuba, They believe she went to i ho north and cast of tho Isl and then ma lo her way to tho florida keys, w lu re biie is waiting for an cspedl- tiun. Krport In Ciilian Circles. It v. as i epi.rted in Cuban circles Tiios- iluv in i it that (iener.ll uarcladld not loiiv i -n i .ard tho Bermuda, aswasg -n- eraili- In i;.r. llil'ftlna turandwi tian-f.rred to tho Bermuda far out at Willi him weie other patriots baund for Cuba. Others went to Florida and sailed from there to meet tho Be mud i. Am ng those who wen: to Flori da was D. Carlos Garcia, Gen -ral Gar- cia's son. and among those wh left in a tug lro;n New York with the general was Dr. Hern index. He Is goinsr to be trimmed with brown satin rlblton. The men's uniforms will bo almost ex actly like those of tho United Mates army. The trousers will b light blue and the blouse dark blue. The blouses of tiio olliecrs will have staining collars. The rolln.-a of tho privates' blouses will be like the c allars of ordinary coats. Upou tho collars will bo embroidere i the words G A. V." A slouch hat for tin offljors nn.l a. fntiiu.t can lor tha soldiers nave Ih -n talked of, but not decided on. Breach of IToinlae Suit Gr.ANb Rapids. Mich., March 19. Mar rrarct L Tate, daughter of William Tate, began suit by capias Tuesday against Harrison T. Ledyard, claiming I2J.IMU for breach of promise to marry. Led- the cl.ier or the urgoons stan un yiira u Wl.Hit hj, n.l owns several busl ban army, which is tho only salur.ed body . . ' . h . of the Uy Qt lu the insurgent camp. DR. BROWN ACQUITTED End ef at the Celebrated Church Trial ran l-ranciscu. San Fuaxcisco, March )9 Rev. Dr. C. O.Brown of the rirst Congreg itlonal church of this city, has been acquitted of tho charges made against him. This cele brate! case, which has dragged Its weary length nloug sinco tho middle of last Da ono of these block the complainant's fa ther Is janitor and in tho same building Ledyard has his Muco. i ne piaintiu al leges that Ledyard assured her he would wed her as soon as hi wire, wno is in with an incurable disoaso, should die. The wife died a year ago and Ledyard has. It Is claimed, refused to marry the girl, bcuoo the suit for breacn ol promise. New Fell Through an Air Shaft. York. March 19. Daniel Arm cember, Is now ended, so far ns tho church I strong was killed outright and Georgo L. Senior fatally Injured, as the result or fall ot five stories throu;h an air shaft In a tenement house on Ninth avenuo Tues day. Armstrong wa married and lived In tho house with hi wire and children. Seulor boarded with the family. Motn men were mechanics and had been friend for years. It Is believed by the police lhat the men quarreled, went to tho roof to right, lost tneir looting oy atip- nlnffon tho loe and fell through tho air shaft. They were found locked tlgntiy in euch other s arms. council Is concerned, but It Is expected that suits for slander In the regular courts will bo begun by many persons who havo been dragged Into this d;grac3' ful proceeding. Tlio count 11 excused Dr. urown s actions iifler the charges had been mado puullo on account of his quick temper. With TJ pard to tho young woman ho, It Is al leged, lie threatened, tlu council says: "We find his conduct to havo violated all rules which would control the action of a pcutleman and Christian minister, and wo censure bun for it, while wo gladly recognize tho kindly and manly word of appreciation and reparation offered by hiin to tho young woman in our pre. once." Churchmen In Conference. Sr.PALIA, Ma, March 19. Several noted divines were present Wednesday at tho opening eslon hero of tho twenty-eighth annual eonfereneo of tho St. Louis Meth- olist Episcopal church. Many topics of Interest will Ikj disc u:sed. Among those who are present and will take an octivo tart In the proceedings are Bidiop Dan iel A. Goodscll of San Francisco; Rev. D. Mauley S. Hard, Philadelphia, and Dr .1. C. Hurtzcll, Cincinnati. Nearly 3A) dolcmtcs are In attendance. Routine business consumed the opening session. Arrest nf n Murderer. ST Louis, March 19 John J .ncs, who Is wanted by G ivcrnor Altcl 1 t Illinois for kicking Mrs. Susan Mend, nhull to death wlule town marshal at Anna, 111., list AiK'Ust has been nrresto I In Si. L uis J ti a pave his name as George itayburn an I said ho eamj to Loa!s four days ago vlth Ms little daughter, who lives with Mm. Mrs. Jones claims til it her husband came to the e ty for the ex press puipo.j of kili.n? h T. ua I it waa nl her Instigation tlu.t ho was ui rested. Ii ink fan.- a .Murder. B'jitineac, N. D, March 19 John A. Seo:t, Miil-tivlo tarmer here, shot and killed Rober. Wy.-ne, a oarpintor, Tues day evening. B th hi I been drinking and a qnarr-i rikulted in tho murder. Scoit WlU .1 VulnlliOlll lJd l'vllow. Clark Out nf ih.t llace. Mattoo:;, UN., M .reU 13. The sum brr a .,s..ira its fir ti tiamtii itlon f'r jrie.'i rtior if ll.in-'ii lr. the liepiiblioan slate convention m,. Ii en reduce I by on .lu !,ri ll.i.ii' S da k of t'li city Tues u.ty .t.4..r fto.u tiM tak , ' ItuM of the roles la Cliloaf Oe So far a to Buy That Keaator Lodg I Tool C the Ituaslaa Ciorernuaent Knaalau NlhlW lala Alao lleaoua Aronaed and lists tha Maae-cliuaett Henator In Jy la a Ta eant Lot. Chicago, March 19 Senator Lodge was burned In vfttif by the Russian Ni hilist club Tuesday afternoon In a vacant lot at Seventeenth street and Ashland avenuo. Tho action of the club was the evidence of the Intensity of the feeling aroused by tho recent discussion in con gress on tho question of Immigration, and particularly by tho remarks or benator Lodge. Oihor nationalities are taking steps to defend their honor. The indig nation of the Poles has been aroused to a fever beat. Thpy contend that Senator Lodgo's statlsi'rs are erroneous. Some of the Polish editors suggest that the most reliable statistic are tose in tho Dally News Almanoo. They clair? that when making his statements Senator' tige was either Ignorant of the real fa Vr that he hud a motive in making the mentshedld. Think Him a Tool of the R nee I ana. Prominent Polo say that It i not for senator from Massachusetts to determine who the good cltlren are. Srne even charge him with being a tool or the Kur siana. There 1 a aentlmnt among the Poles that there is something else behind what they call "this high-handed na tional persecution." As the Polish or ganizations by correspondent with their brethren across tho sea learner mas Rus sian money was being used in America to blackmail Polish dttsona rey con cluded that had something to do with the recent attack upon tuem. lhey charge that the Uusanin government pay enor mous sums of money for spies In Amer ica, whose sole purpoao 1 to create dis turbance and to sou that roies are con stantly treated as ignorant and danger ous, so a to And a J ustiflablo excuse for Russia's partition or foiana anu uor present barbarous treatment of the Polls- people. All roles villi IBM a. All tho Polish organizations will unite to act against such misrepresentations. A number of magazines, which tho Pole claim are being supported by tho Russian government for tho purpose of blackmail ing the people and which are said to re ceive an annual subsidy for so doing, will be looked after. The Polish rational al liance, tho Polish Catholic union, the PolUh National fund, tbe foilsn league. tho Polish Young Men ailianoo, the Pol ish Educational fraternity, the I'oiisd Press club, the Polish military organiza tions, thu Polish turners, the Polish o clal and commercial organizations havs all taken up the matter. Many nare al ready pissed resolutions denouncing the remarks of the various senators and con demning them. A series or meetings nas been called to meet In different parts oi the city. Th Polish press advises ine se lection of a commit teee of representative P..t..a ho shall o to Washington to make Inquiry concerning the position of congress In the matter. K x-Conaul Waller In Eoflend. Cedar Rapids, la., March 19. Mr Laura Martin of this city, sister of John Waller, seen in regard to the dispatch from Purls in which it was said that Waf ler, formerly Unltod States consul at Tamafave, was not yet released from pris on, said she had a letter from her brother under date of Feb. dated r.imnursi Place, In fl.dd Crawley, Sussex, K.igland, In which he d I ho had some busineas to attend to iu E aglaul that would take bins about a month, when he would sale fwl New York. Ilenomliiated to Congreaa. CUAXfTE. Kan , March 19. The Third congressional Republican convention In aesln here Tuesday renominated Con gressman S. S. Kirk pat rick and elected John Randolph of Pittsburg and E. G. D Aey of K k City delegate to tho u Louis convention frani rltzpatnck oi Sedan an t J iseph Seerry of Thayer were named as allerni-tes. V M. ionel ol Indep n "'enco was iudorsed for presiden- t.al e ecior The delegates 10 int os. Louis convention were Instructed lor io KiukVy. Joekey fccherrer foes lmr Gideon. New Orleans, March 19 Joo SeJicr- rer, the Jockey, Tuesday brought sun against Dave G.deon, the New York turf man. for K).0J9 lor deramation oi char acter. Upon tu maro vampaum a i appearance Gideon lacked her heavily and she finished nownere, ocnerrer up. The next dav Scherrer had the mount on Billr McKeiizle and Gideon also backed this hore heavily. He was third and Gideon onenlf declared that he had been pulled, offering to bet A,wO to tXli that he could prove that Scherrer had pulled both McKcnzie and Campania Failure of an Old Flint. Boston, March 19. The failure of the old and well-known firm of L. T. Pratt & Co.. dealers In metals, W India street, this cltv. was announced Tuesday. The announcement caused a sensation In tho trade, as the firm has always been eonsld' cred one of the most substantial in Its line. The amount of assets and liabilities la not stated. Several failures among firms with whom Pratt & Co, did busi ness Is given as the cause of thesuspen Ineendlartatn at Peoria, Ilia. ritORlA, March 19. Madlgan, Welsh & Co.' ooopor shep was burned Tuesday night. !, ffvOU). About the same time there were n number of other threat eniu blazes, prob i bly the result of in cendiarism. The Madlgan Welsh Are proved, tiowe''r, to bo the Only one ln vol v Lag uiutit lo. Woman's Cnrloally. Lavca&TER. Kr.. March 19 Mre. J. A. Harrlwn, wife of the pjstmaster at Hob ble who was arretal for tampering with the iiiui'.a. has cuitfiisiod that she broke iH-n tho deeov letter with 13 In It, but did s i tnrough curio.ity, aul not for tho purpoae oi bt duius- the weuey. wiuea Young LoTers Die Toaether. NEW YokK. March 19. Robert K. Herman, 32 yeare old, a bartender, and Lizzie Grater, 2J years old, a domestic, hired a room at the Memo notoi. nun were found d ad In the room later, having ben shot with a pistol which lay on the bod between them. From the attending circumstances, and Iroin letters wuicn were found In the room, it Is believed mai the man killed the woman and then hn self, they agreeing to dlo together. Strike on a Wig llaildlng. CntCAOO, March 19. The anticipated strike on the Coliseum ouuaing won placo Wednesday morning. Shortly artel H o'cloik seventy iron workors, three holsilng engineer, fifty carpenters, and fifty laborers quit work. The strike was called to force a settlement of the stone cutters' strike, A meeting was hold be tween tho contractors and business agenU to eDdeavor to make a settlement. fratolll to Leare America. NEW YoitK, March 19 The Advertise says: Cardinal Satolll, papal delegate M this country, will say farewell to Amer leafon ver and salt for Rome early ta Miy. The man who In all probability will sueceed the cardinal is already here. He Is Archbishop Averarll, titular of the ancient see of Tarsus In Asia Minor. Curfew Adopted at Omaha. OMAHA, March 19 The now famooi curfew ordinance for keeping 7u -the s rcets after nighifaU, and which to being laid bifore tl;e P1"": VVUMl" IIoido ftnil Km- the OmMi -,.nr.,f theettl-aof the country o; il.v m.nA i;iris Vloaai ploymoit asHoclatlon. passa i city cot ncu THE DEATH RECORD. w n nnernrnv. deputy den MUsouVl pi.il.tutl.ry. at "wnulu Cnorcn, Wldeiy know, mong traveling men. at Lyon. JV. Y-CASa KLot. promln-ttt to Irateruai UcIms, at La-iMu, Xud.