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No. 135, Vol. IV. Calumet, Houghton County, Michigan. Tuesday. April 21. T896. THE BEST GOODS Are Carried in Stock By the Best Merchants And Are Sold the Cheapest. We ih to make It public that we buy our dents' Furninliinn dooda from tl ti t wholesale houHPB in Atncricn, nnd not from bankrupt sales or Hiiond-hnnd clothine houses. We don't carry any hand-me down clothps, but what we have in (iond Nf. str' DS ftn Dura,),e Clothinu for men, boy and children, and we sell ns ,beu) na we possibly can. When you have the money and need clothe, dou't f.irget uh but give n CH" un( invCHtiKitc our ntock, and you will nunly buy. M. Gittler's Bargain Store. Cash"! .Cash! Cash! I propose to do a cuhIi business after the lHih of April and have adjusted my price accordingly, fall and make a purchase and be convinced. I carry a full and fompb te line of droccries, Confectionery, Xotions, Cutlery. Smokers' Article, Sta- ti'inerv and School Supplies. A luil line of FruitM and Veiretnbles always on hand. Tricon the lowest. Yours for trade, Martin B. Kuhn. Warwick Bicycles ! Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, Wagons, Carts, Etc. I have the largest and most complete stock ever brought to the copper country at my narnuaa emu vanaBa "i""uu'J' 1 "W. C. KI2STSMA1T. mm hp li i mm Proceedings in the National Sen. r.to and House. TIIK INDIAN AlTKOntlATION HIM. They Are All Right: Whclti The farming lands offered at Munising. The following editorial appeared in the Evening News of Monday, March 30. It is republished here for the benefit of those who did not take time to read it carefully: i.-n t i I. .-A o..l,.m.,.u 11 n in th'1.1 1i.it rift, within till' txist lew .ve.irs that we were nomewhHt timid in allowing the uce of our columns for advor- tHini: the Hale of any lands without our iwopie unving mi i-ppm iuuhj .i it ,... ..r.i.u ..i.imi tr ,,f tho lamia nt wii-u nciore mey oougnr. iinwfTw,uniinniiuiuiiur ... . ----- M liaising, no one ueed buy a pig in a poke if they purchase any of the lots in Mtinis inir. or land adjacent thereto, and which are advertined ou our firnt puire ami for which Mr. deorge 11. Mile, who was formerly city reporter for t In paper, w the Hale agent here, having an office in the Walls block, opposite Shea s livery. "A we understand it, two corporations own 'jnu.OOO acres of hurt wood lands a short distance back from Munising Hay, iu tbe neighborhood of the 1 ictured : .ic.u. k k.j tw.w.mrinir tn the two corporations, there are lands owned by private parties, milking a total of nbout -loo.OOO lures. 1 liese land would, it in claimed, when cleared, raise abundant crops, ns the hoi! is well ...i..,l C !..! I r.iiini mr ugncuiiurai iiuriiurrw. ... . .l, ..., "Owing to the lands being no distant from any manufacturing town lhe owners l"cided it would be necessary, if they wished to provide a market for their imrd- ,i . . : . i 1 in otiui'iiiinnpe Imve laid out tne i Mi, i:j nuuo inciones near in vueir muun . t-.wu of Munisine, which is on the bay of that uame and immediately south of (irand Uland, and about forty miles from Marquette The new town, in addition to being on the lake, i already in connection with the IV, S h. ,V A., ami soon w ill be with theC & N. W. railroad. The connection w,t fc . the l.tf r foad -1 be at inline i.ake, about twenty-two miles soum oi .vkhuikt. . -- - " .i, . a. .i v. .i 1,1.1.1, i. r..h triometimes calleii nortn- Kr" ,e"1 1?re"" 91 ,n"",,: m T1 " nn.l nn u birh manv ern manoiraov), beech, an, cnerry, nenuocK, reoitr, . - . homestealew have already settled. The railroad has determined an aage bnui- mijrntesothat umber and other produce can oeiinuien n.u - : u.. - . ' ....i.... .liufnni'i from if. l,,r i?" " ue "a pp,ce a,,i."fT.r . ; .n hih it should be ra J" H ,?n me company uec.ncu u, : . . fa,.tori(,t ,, ,erea is no boom one. tney onereu . -. . - - - , the nui incoasecjuaace two oi me largest hh-j v .; . .llllltrtt.i fbe State, n also a mammoth stave and hoop factory, '""fS vJ f . .... .. . .i i n,i uiuiii li built upon. .u "i- mr n syrup barrel uwtory nn neen ci-iir-j, u.. ... - - . eaKtern leather company is about to organize 'JJ' rSd -ini-rtTi one oi tne largest soie leainnr i.nuii-ii- 10.Qf 11PA tn0 - -oon as the frost leaves the ground. A mill will be erected to 'an"aryhr" bimSor the logs, from which the bark for the tannery has been '"J- .1ahB!J only few o the wood working establishments wh ch it is P"pos.H to e-tabl. i this nbu ,. It is rIso intended to offer induments or the manubu tun; o ihj r. oal ron, and when this is done, the settler win gee an in ,""'," f iIIIPn;ni ,n bolts, posts, poles, and tanbark as he is clearing his land and l o b'irn ng up h . bard wol. as the early settlers of Canada .lid. he rnarenai. and hy the time he has the land an , i . mnrLot in the mining harvest from his Urm products, for which he will find a ready market In t 'nK ' ".jcinns, without being plundered by the railroads, as the farmers in the west most , "Asweallknow,theriMn8g neration,fthis mining int'&ArZ I'W ment nt home, and they have in many cases to m.grate hurt i bi "J t JeJ" iHooks that if the' lands are as represented. They won d provj a ; ,not' "-nt for manv of the families in the iron and copper countr J7J j;,! the averaee miner or worker underground does no . as a r''IMaR Pursuits, hot MnnWnK Is so near it would not iake much cn, o a man w , th a "mg latniiv to move to.settie on ana woi im make an opening for his boys. , ' .m .f. w.tlle R fam. in mont cases. It renn res a small lortune to n i" "" " mirnt find he ' .v on a farm, and then it mp.ires another to return nhouH he jniint And JJ Jnsa not like farming; but these objections would not np J 1(aS','t;fli; tWfore it would be well worth th attention of many of tl '..y.;;1''';", loubt, Parts t .onqnirs into the merits of these lands, and which Mr. Miles will, no uouui, "melnttn.. offend to sutlers are: First. ---.de price Urr tl, bind; "i-nna. pnsy terms of pavment; third, a goon price i.r n.. the urpis nl off his lands, and fourth, a good price and a ready market for ail the surp. products he mar raise" These lands are sold to actual settlers at from $4 to $7.50 per acre, according to qual ity, timber, etc. We do not sell until you go and see for yourself. For further particulars enquireof nrffr7o GEO. H. MILES, Walls' Block. Near Depot. Calumet. Mich. It Come. I'll in th Si imtf. the IVmlin Vinmii.u llfl.tK u Koluiiou to fcectarlau NcIiimiU SMt,Mkrr Itt In Arrlvlnic at Ilia llousn fur Ilia lint Tiui This hfimliMi Nw Suulh VHfS .ibulUklng Tit xr mi Import. ASIIIMiTOV Al.nl l ln M.u ..nut- MulldaV thu liulinn nni.r.. nrl.it Inn liill u tlllvrn UD oil tn imillun of PutliirPHW aiio peiuiiii qucKtion related to sectarian icIuhjU. Carter had oIT.tuJ an sinend lneut striking nut tlm provision that no appropnatKiii kliall bo in;nln to sectarian scliools. IVtlt-r offorod a further amend mi nt ilin ctini? thu .'cn'tnrv of the In tnrlur to lirovldt) temixirtirv urhaul fot any Imlinu clilMntii cut olT from school facilities by tin) closing uf th Hctarlan schools. This auii-ndmcnt was adopted. Cue k roll then olti-rml a substitute for the I'litiro propoKitlon. The substl tuto providi-s for contract with existing schools for 1SJ7 to thu extent of 50 p'l cent, of the cuiitruois of 13'Jj. It odds the followiiiir: "Ami it U linrxliv ili.cl.irnii t,o ha tlm B tt lfil policy of tho govornmcnt to mako no appropriations whatever for the educa tion of Imliikii ! i lit r.-ii in kiit suctarlan school just as soon as It is possible for provisions to Da made (or tii' ir euucaiion othorwlso, and the seeretary of the ln torior Is herotiv tliructiul to nmku auch provisions at thu earliest practicable day, not later than July 1, 1HH ontvril flii'l-okntf Iinllmi. Tho further i'i.iii(liirutliiii of Llio secta rian school nmeiidiiients was then do- ferrcd. owlnn to the absence of Carter. Thcro was a han criticism of the amount appropriating various sums to thirteen lawyers In eonnoctioti with the settlement with tho western Cherokeo In dians. Chandler pointed out the peculiar features or tho proposed pnymcma. ISriin n declared that was not onlv a "fraud- lent scheme, but also a palpable steal clean and unvarnished." I'almer also asked for mi explanation of what ho thought to bo "a palpable fraud on Ps race. tffay expressua a wish to learn the method of urrivlng at the value nf lobbyists Services. Piatt said tho lawver referred to as a lobbyist. Mr. 1'eabody, had never lobbied a day, but had performed legitimate legal services, IhiiniM lii the Iloust. For the llrst time this session SiHsaker lieel was l.ite iii urriviinr at the Capitol. Clerk of the Huho McDowell eallod the house to order and announced that In the absence of the sM'itker a spoaker pro. tain, would bo elected. Hull of Iowa WM nnanimoiislT elected and taok tho chair, lie had been soatod but a fow moments, when lieed appeared, and, omid much l.uiihter mid iinmause. saia: "llie nou.se will bo in order. Airniii'h tr, was hiisixMision div un tier tho rules Cannon, chairman oi in committei) on nppropriatlons, intlated on proceeding with tho general deficiency bill, and on his motion tho house went I.... ,itt.... ,f the wholo for Its consid eration This was tho lust of the regular appropriation bills. When tho items relating to indemnities iu. tn Krnderick O. Unwson. wife and daughter for loss of property and in- Juries inllicted In N euros Ka, Mercer oi v..i.r .vL,i e illeil attention to theizreat vig or w.ih which Great Britain hail pressed this case, ID,(Kki having Deen ciaiiueu from tho state of Nebraska. A StrniiirD t'ontr.ct. it.. ....mm. n.ie.l tho viirilauoe of the liriii.h irovprnment In the protecuon oi i ts nud s.iid It wa in strange ...i....t uttii thrt action of our own gov- t;ili.Mv ...... . ... eminent, but ho thought the liawsons .a ... ....h (, iiiiinii) a. the McCarters in this particular case. It was brawl on tho hlhway. Jlur, chairman oi uio win f ... nn f. irelirll II iTiirs. said that the toatl m.aiy sboweil that the woman had been ,alv iniltreated. Ai a result of tho Injuries, tho daughter was today fi..,m ehrouluenlleDsy. Hopkins thought innsmmdi a tno Dawson's were In Nebraska with ft view oi nii.iK !... if.Kii.iiiwiitt home, although Ihoy had not Ik-iii naturalUod, ho thought they should not Ih) peruiiitea to invoice ine protection of tho Hritlsh government after U'cnmlng Involved In n brawl CIVKS FHKK TllAOE A THIAU New South Wain Is AbollidiliiE Tes ou I ill "tins. Wahiiinoton'. April 21 New houtn Wales is now returning to a free trade balsiwtho result of at least two era nliiit.ie ail'. 1 unmistakable demands by the poople In the last thirteen months. Unit ed States Vice Commercial Agent u-..t.htiov at-Newcastle makes reference to tho subject In tho course of a report to tho slate department upon tlie conditions ... ..i,... lie sirs tho now gov ernment, headed by O. H. Held, which .,m,.u mi thiit, issue. ia ruuuviii- lug tho election pledges and is vigorous ly carrying out a free trado policy, lhe protective duties nave oarllally and will soon bo entirely abol- i . ..i ISIieu. .. .. . v To iiuiko up the revenue tnus os wr . i i..i.wi nn ine.nme ui wiiiim- ..." .i '.. i.i. .r torn .vi and a land tax with an exemption below M.WS. and these havetHH.n revived wun "7 r" hut. thu bulk of the popula tion demanded them at the polls, and the friction is expected l soon uii.r. . . i. n.. ik,. o,r..nt, hti. the sovern- Wfltliw inn', . v ment holds out the consolation that even In the case of a person in roeoi". -. i- nr n,Msosslnor extensive . . . ..i ...-..' ihe amount levied for in- "6 or land will bo almost If not quite returned by the remov.-u oi too .. -u iiuinni houses unou viie u lliroiigu ' "" - cssaries of mo and gomis oi vr,-o, w. sumption. rihlbit nt thtt trans. l iU.lnnl anil In Mr. national exposition to im inM in umana In IH'.H. An amend men t was ailb-d pro viding thai ttu exixml'-l ii MUihorities inliMt v.-ilo.. mn . miMl aniil l'r..Miiti.nt (!. C i Wattle uf the exHsii Km company and ivepreseniaiivo jucrctr presonuHi mo mor ns of the exposition In the com urn toe. World's Talr Medals. AhiiinoTo.n. I April - The long ex- .H cled distribution of Ctaumblaii World's talr diidonias an 1 inediila. has ln-uun ut l ir. MniT T,.n.l,.tf nlwifrt 3 'K 0 (tiiilniiiiia and modal s covering all of the sucoes.slul uerman exhibitors at the fair were turned aiiif In Hurr.n 'I liteliimnii I uh lieriniili ambassador, who will ship them Imnif dtatrlv 'to his inerii inuiit. for distribu tion. 1 hose awarded to American ex hibit, r- will' li nmAv for ilelirerr within the n.-xt ten days or two weeks nt the farthest, and the shipments to Kngl ind, r ranee, hush, npain, iiaijr auu oiuec lorelifii ctiunlrles will Uo rtfudv lor deiiv trv to tluilr rojueotlve dlul jui alio reuro- asntativee wttnu tno next iiiontn Prisident's Ministerial Brother Has Fast Friends. WILL STILL rKFAni IN II41M0NT. Home of lli Mrinhrr. f Ills friiMr (on- grfgation ilvw I Ttiflr IVw In the Old ChurHi and Aiiiioiu.- 1 lirlr liitrnlion of Ilttlltlinv a New Kl An KditurUI Which ' tli- Kevrrni CiratU luao What a Wt-allhy ( llisoii Kaya, New Youk. Anril L'l Although the Ilov. William N. Cleveland, tho deposed ptstor f the Presbyterian church of Chaumont, proached hU farewell sermon to his rebellious flock Sunday. It U not at all certain that It was tho last sermon ho will preach In the plaeo. It- is probbh .ii.i u.n f- irlit Insr for two Ktatea, u-.-uiv.itik Anril 21,ltls whispered k .... .hMl.n mK.nle who call thomsolvea the "friends of sound money" are turning all their attention to Illinois and Indiana In tho hope f prevoni ng mo ruviw silver men to H'o .oco While they are proiowsing to " trrostinthe mattor they are.1 " ld, putting forth a tremendous effort to cap turo tho Illinois delegation. Trsna-MIlll I KP"l". Wakiiivoton, April Cl. The bouse ooin mltteo on ways and m ) wis has decide ! to report favorably the tetiaie bill to g.vs fjtiOOOO for a ;j .vertiuout building and -Bland Is an Uoneat Old Fellow." WahrTNQTOV. Mo.. April 21. Ex-Gover nor Tillman, of Sonth Carolina was Inter- seDtad br a renorter on his war to Pcrtle (springs. I(e was aaatle awut anything. from woman suffrage t revolutions wun )n Mwiilliui mid llut was trollU oil record concerning Um presidential boo i l Klchard Parka' llUnd." "Hum. Hum." was all he would sny." "Hland Is nn I honest old fvllow.";. In a spouch mide by Tillman uc Pcrtle Springs he followed the same linos as in his Wichita, K ins., jporch, advocating the union ct all sliver men and a holt If the national o inven tion failed to Indorse free stiver. Waller at the Stale Druwrtuiriit. Washikqtox. ' April 21. Kx-United State Consul Waller cuuie to tho state lenartment Monday in company with Paul Hr.-iv. his steDsoti. He had a short Interview with Assistant Secretary Adee nd another with unlet unuton oi tno iSnimiiljtr huruAii and will endeavor tO SCO Secretary Oluey later In ho wook. Mean while he has gone to Ualtluiore to deliver the first of a course of lectures on .Mada gascar, which 'Will volve a tour of tho States. Will Keadvertlse for Ilids. Washington. Anrll . lil. The treasury department has decided to readvertUe for IiI.Ij for thn rmreliHse liud 'removal of tll3 material in tho old peaUifllew and custom- houoA hulldlno- at t;h casro. rranKJooin who hid t47 :m anil Kzikel Smith. WHO bid i:M,3oO, withdrew their offers and their checks for $500 each will be forfeited. Crank Sulridvs at Washington. Washington. April 21--Heury A. An derson, an Insane Swode who arrived here from Chicairo Frldsv evening to tell President Cleveland how to save tho in.iiuirv. uuiiimltted suicide by strangu hvtlnn Sundsr In a Dolice Cidl. Ho had been arrested Friday night while at the White House. Made a Favorable iUport. WashINuton.' April 21. Thu senate ftOllllll it tea un judiciary Monday mado faworahlA nnrt unou ithe resolutlou au thorrzing thn pimasrUs nt the morf gago aale of the Atlantic ana - raciuc runway to roorganiZJ tno roan. STRUCK BY A TRAIN. Three Men Hon Howe and Trobably Pa tally Injured, Cnowx Point. Iud.. April 21. The soo- ond section of freight train No. 73, on tho Panhandle, struck throe men on tha track near Lansing, Ills., at 11:31 o'clock Sunday morning, badly, if not fatally, In Juring all of them. Tho Injured are: Churlos Ltzell. both legs cut off above the tnno arm broken, head fractured. In nit Intarnallv. Will die: CiUS LuZjll. both legs cut on, injured lntcruuuy, wm tia- unknown comuanion. lees cut off at tho knees, txsly nadiy oruisoo, uurs iu tnrnnllv. Will (lie. i i,i, trnln was uoinif at tho rate of thirty miles on hour. As far as cati lie ascertained bore 1 is supposed mat tno trio were walking home on me traeKiroin ..inru At the time xiX the accident it was raining quite hard and thore was a heavy fog. Tho engineer and fireman In charge of tho train say they did not see Ka, until within about fifty feet of them. toj late to stop the train. All are more ... 1..J.1 ..nt in nieces. The whole train, consisting of twenty oars, it is said, passed over the bodies OI tno iazeu uromcrs, -hiirt id a unknown man was thrown thirty foet. They wero taken to the Cook county hospital. Arrested for Counterfeiting. WoitcKsTKR. Mass.. April 2n Thomas F. Gaflney, a brother of John IL Goffney, tha well-known baseball umpire was ar rested In this olty Sunday night for coun terfeiting and held on bonds or. f lor exauiinaiiiuii " --- misslorier Aldrlch. He was arrested for drunkenness Saturday night and In his Docket wts- found two copper moius one for making nickou ana imi uuwr mf ..... i., .tr .lo llr rue mouis.aro oi rx client workmanship. Gaffney claims he has never passmi any. money mauo in tne niolds, Havs Slriklna Tailors Are Starving I iiii-Aoo. Aoiil 21. Chloago lalsir or ganizations wore taken to task bunaay at ....... i. ,. nf the Trades and Labor as sembly by Mary Kenny O'Sulllvan of JJostou for thoir hick oi interest in nm workers. Airs, u duiiivan mauo .n-tloiial stateiuent that of 2.sJ;J iior who struck for an increase oi ter cent, in wages, lauoo nro on mc verge of starvation Wwiiun's Ticket Kleeird. rnitxoi.. Ills.. April ai. Edward M. Pika was re-elected president and h.. I). ChurohlH Jr., snd Mrs. Jane .Martin rulaetid uieuibers oi uie D..,ir i i'i education at the election here S n ! y. Two tickets were In tho.nohi, one oi nun hut thu woman's ticket was elect) i A large numoer oi wunmu ii heavy yoto was poiusi. rirst Vleel leaves Murllo. n.trnn . Y.. AdiH 30. lhe 1U rinnft to leave this port cleared M.ml . M vt. ... mrrwt pama tn llll I t 1 ne lirw wr " y- - They cnoounteriil heavy Ico In L.ke i., x. hut sy that it is lost nwiniiK on lor up. bevural boats oan oo seen out m tbe lake making for this port. arrive during tho day. (mm r.fV. WM.U.VM N. CLEVELAND. ho will disp-.-iis i the gospel in Chaumont for yea's to e une, but not in tho little church over which he has preached tho last four years Talk f secession from tho troubled church is life. Indeed, actual secession h i already hesrlill Since ho Itev. Mr. Cleveland was dismissed from his pastor ate last Tue-day. by tho St? Liwrence Presbytery rix lnlhi'iitial and 'liberal nieiub-rs uf his coujre-'atlon havo given tin their ti'ws ami many more aro ex pected to f 'How their example lotho next few days. All of these people are inicK ami thin Cievelan I supporters Indeed, everv citi.-u of the viii-ige, excepsing me half ili.. )ii families who led t ho opposition against him, still stands ny tne president a linn lu-r '1 here is feiious talk of erect ing a chapel and engaging him to preach In It. Tt 1'irueh ill the Tnwu H ill A i-i.iiimltiis' of ilriens has waited uimjii Mr, Cleveland and m ule such a proHsl- tion to him. Ho Is considering It. lhey claim that in that way aloiio can ho lo Vindicated ill the eyes of the World. II is proposed in have him preach iu tho town hall iiii.il thecliiip.il Is completed. When qucnl i.eied tinei;i illiii? this numor iiir, r:heii.'ui.r mt: it u iron t ti.tt such a nrouosition has been made to me, but I hjive not yet given my answer. 1 h.-ivu no plans ior tno iui- nr.. I li i, I I he or vi eire ot proacning in the church until July 1, but 1 considered It lest to preach my farewell sermon t-un-day. 1 sh.ill move out of the parsonage this week, but not out ot ino vuiago. x could not well do Hi it if I would, for my wife Is too ill." Al.tn tmley. a member of tho wealth lest family in tho village, voiced the sen tlmeut of tho cltlz.-m in general oy sny in... "There is no doubt that II -Mr. ieve lr.il will consent to Stliv a chapel will bo l.iiilr, r.,r him to preach In. 1 could go among tho townspeople and raise more than enough money to insure nun um aalary he has been getting, and It would nnt: tnko me lomr. either. We do not pro pose to bo deprive l of tho best preacher that ever came to our town on ncoouim ui the opposition to him of a handful oi radical Republicans who object to nupoi lllcs." Vexed Over an Editorial. The ILiv. Mr. Cleveland Is vexed on bo i.t nn ml itnrinl on his case which was published in Friday's Issue oi tno Wutortnu-n IJ.i V 1 tines, lart oi vim ,1ltnrlitl U ns follows: t. win ut rikii Home Doonio. however, thnt. if thev wi re president of tho United States, drawing 5 l.tOJ a year, and reputed to be worth a mlilon or more oi uowars, l.nt h would not alloWnn eider Droin in hU fibl ma to bo dependent on a sal " " . . ary of K'nK) or fS W a year as pastor oi a little country church. One would not ex poet the two brothers to live together, to bo sure, for ono is jusi as imii'jieuuuim dogmatic, and obstinate as the other is, and tlu-y could not do it. i .in extremely torry mat sucn an r I..i.. I. .a ivieii nublis ied." said Mr. Clevo- "Ms- brother nnd 1 aro on tne nest of terms. Ho has repeatedly oil -re I me ,..,i, in .Tiitlve positions. but I nave n,,.,,l,i. h.t to lifeline them. 'Urove' is a noble, big hearted man. 1 have never needed assistance, hut tr I ever snouui i ,.,...,1.1 not. hesitate tit Call on him for tild, Ho has asked me to do so, time ond time again " SHE WANTED THE PROPERTY. Knooth nwedeOlrl Ludad iu Jail for Ma. CiiamiikiilAIN. b D: Ajrli il. in de fault of bail lues HoeM, a younrf Seil girl, lies In the Lawrence Jail for a very daring attempt ut obtaining money aud property under false pretenses. Theothm Iiarty to the case is a young man named Henry Hoofer. The two were married u fow days ago, and after getting him to deed valuable proiwrty at Murgis to her she deserted him within an nour or two after the marriage. Ho Immediately be. iran suit for recovery. At ner preliminary examination It was developed that for wki ahe hal planned to uret possession f thn nn mert v. Hoefor was found to be a rum It ilutui She consented to marry him and when all arrangements were nlw.nt. eriniTiletnJ induced a woman vo rlr.n a letter, whljh real thus: 'Dear Fkllkr: I hear you want to marrv mv dauter and I cannot consent unless you turn nil your property over to her to protect her. If you do this I will irlve vou mv child and a farro In Ne- ),..,. .a- with nil the inacninerv ou it, Y.mra trulv. Mli. JollNSO!." yho took a woman to Ssturgis won ner U) attend tho weJdlng. and an hour or so before the appointed time lor tne cere mony tiroJuued the forirjd letter. While her friend read the letter to him she wept bitterly oyer the stern dictates oi ner la ther. II oefer consoled her by transferring all his properly to tier, btnoe the wed- ritnrr tlia oronertr has tnll twice trans ferred, and is now. in tne naroaoi ino brldo's brothur, Audrew Johnson, and the deed are duly recorded in Aleaoe county, Ibsfer Is determined to Tt gMn us posses slon. NINE MEN DROWNED. Lwi of tha FUhlog Kchooaer J. W. Caanp- bell Off Loug IslaniL NEW IlEDFonp. Mass. April 21. The tug Gladiator arrived at Sunday night with seven survivors the Gloucester fishing schoonor J. W. Campbell, which foundered Friday night off Long Island. Nino men wore drowned. Michael lien nessey, one of the survivors, says they veer tiiiiliniT aloof? casv. bound on a mackerel catching trip south of the Dehv when, without warning a squall struck the vessel aud sent her aback. After It was strucK it was nui two minutes before it filled. Them wore about thirteen men on dock at tho time, and some of them crawled uf t as tho vessel weut over on, us sioe, nml aotiio m ul n fur the main mast. Tbe men who had crawled to the stern of tbe l aura drawn under by the suction and drowned, but those who were on th mast -were thrown so far Into tho water from the vessel that they were not sucked under. They found a seine boat and a lorr nml rodo until 1) o'clock next morn ing. when the schooner Norman of Cos tin. Me., picked thuiu up. IffiTtDLE FOR CUBA Latest Movement Contemplated by the Spaniards. TV A NT I'M'LL SAM'S FKIENDSIIII. Irritation and Friction Whleh lias Kxlatail Hatwaea 8pala and the Halted fttatas To lie lUplaead with a Feeling of Amloa- blruM N Itaeelved from Madrid by the Iieparimeut at W ashing ton The Maws Reueivad la London. Washisutos. April 2L The Spanish government within tbe noxt four weeks will put Into execution a comprehensive system of home rule or autonomy for tha island of Cuba There la good reason to be lieve that the state department has re ceived from Madrid Information to this effect In any event It Is beyond question that this Important move is assured. It promises to bring to a sudden termina tion the Irritation and friction which has existed for many months between the United States and Spain and to replace this feeling with one of a frlondly and amicable nature. The law which will be put Into effect was signed by the qr.ern regent of Spain March 15, 1S95, and will be followed up by rules and regulations developing the present scheme of re forms, by the time the queen regent of Spain 'makes her address to tbe Spanish oortes, which assembles In one month, the law will be promulgated throughout Cub aud the long expected policy of home rule for Cuba win no reanzeu, Van Klaborate Law. - Tho law is very "elaborate in its provis ions. The element of homa rule Is so- cured by the establishment of two local bodies, drawn largely, sr not entirely. from residents of Cuba. One of these is iiiu known as tho nrovlnclal chamber of deputies, and the other as the ounci-l of administration. Tho latter has ap- lielliito Jurisdiction over iho former. Larger powers aro granted to the council of administration In the internal manage- inent of public affairs, but tho Rovornor general will continue as the supreme reji resentatlve of Spain on the island and will have direct charge of iiillltury, naval and International questions. ine ae i.iu nf thn reform uroiect were published at the time of their adoption by the Span ish cortes In They wll Lawyer Arroaird for Murder. MlMI'tll. April Sl.-tieorgw H. Holers a lawyer, who hos been in Memphis six months, was Monday arrested and taker to Pemlset couuiy. M. charged Witt, murdering a eons able there in liKi. Rogers Is said ti be well connected. MiM'h Trouble About 3 Out. Milwaukee. April 21. Iho school iMiard is in trouble and all caused by 31 I! , i cut y dial amount w as ue dueled from the salary of Mis Steele, an assistant principal, who was anscnt irom school half an hour. ,uw .miss .-ioen- makes a demand on the school lioir l tor .! vi-itr' salary, amounting to (din Sho claims the amount for working i'V -r- iii.w. mi an average of two hours a day tor eighteen years that she has Imcii a school teacher in Ihlsiby. ino claim in in me i. -,.,! nf mu atto'-nev who will make an attempt to collect It through tho courts. l ine llorsr Cremwtrd. 'Tl'M-oLA, Ills , Ap li CI Th- largo bam belonging to Frink Moon,, ist ltulge, vr,.-.le!r..ve.l bvtiro dimity night, to gither with s-veti bead of fine horses. i urn l.tKhfUnf irr.im ami all nrming im plements, causing a loss of a.'KXl. The iiiu w !,4 i iff I ne,- ndiary origin, an I war rants have lieen i-uet f r tho arrest of two men. The fnrm r are greatly wome i up over th" outrage. One of the susjs-ct-cd parties Is a well known business man of another town. tmT DEATH RECORD. t;il.UKi:T L l-i-l lH, w. U known rail WV man, at South Iknd. Ind. Lx-t;overii..r I'muMts, nt Parke: s burg, W. V.t. AU1N A I'll UT. I. I- !.. ut New y.iL. ltoyal Wedding. t', .ui-i.-r. Anril yt Tho. wedding of Princess Alexandra of Saxe-Coburg Gotho. the dauirhter of the Duke of Saxe- r.ibiirtf-Gotha (the Duke of Edinburgh), to the hereditary Prince Krnest of Houen-lohu-Laiiffonburir. took place Monday. "h ceremony ootiurriHl at io:J a. iu.. vuc witnt-sses buimr the Duke of York and tho Grand Duke Paul of Russia. A pro cession was then fonmd and proooodea to the ens-lo church at u o cioca. un n, l.. ,.r Siiie-CoburK Gjtha conducted the Empress of Germany to the churcn oii.l tho Emporor of Germany esoortea ins Duchess of Mxe-UoOurg-uoina Farewell to Mlsa Wlllaro. New Yoke. April 21 Miss Frances Wlllard, p.e.idont of World's and Na tional Woman's Christian Temperanct minim a ml hur secretary. Miss Anna A. Gonlon, were tendered a farewell in Chlckering hall Sunday evening, iney will suit for Kimland on tne steamsnip i,.ri u ... in, .ilay. The two ladles are bo- n.r ui rfvifimtPH from tho National Tern- ti..ritiKA Woman s union ot America w. -it.. ml the elirhteenth annual mooting of the Hritlsh Woman a lemporance union. to bo held In London in J une. Tubaeco Factory Bornad. PniNCEToN. Ky.. April 21. -Powell A llollingworth's tobacco factory burned here Sunday morning at 4 o'clock. Th house was tho largest In this section ana in iil OiMi OuO rxiunds of tobacco, the greater part of which was In strips ready for the market. Lsjss on sooaooo tw.vwi Insurauoc, .M,3il); on building, fio.uoo; tiuiir.Aiic 7.0)). A dozan small real- denoes in proximity were burned. Iletter News from Halo way o. LoMxis, April Sil. The Exchange Tele- irranh company says: News was received t,nm u,ilii-ivo Monday by the secretary of stato for the colonies, Joseph Chamber lain. The wagon train oi provisions irom ti... i.,mh is anld to have sucoeeded in en tering the beleaguered town, and the re cnforcemenis from MafetlnK are reported to lie advancing rapidly wnnout ooswuo- tlon. Wll-Known Nualaeas Mau Uroward. ST. Loui, April JJl. Captain D. F. Sluttery, the well-knowu elevator and general business man of this city was a ..I M. Hutu y at lvluifs lake, about .i... a iwii-tii uf here. of the Keokuk and Northwestern railroad, whliher he ........ on a nshin excursion wun s pariy of friondi. lliryrle Factory llurned. Tin KiKi. Aorlt 21. Hv tho explosion ol a barrel of gasoline in Ihe Dauntless Ri cycte factorv.the. entire plant was wrecked. Among lie' losses are 2,010 bicycles. The Toledo Machine and Tool works lost many valuable pattern. The total loss Is about I 1j"1,uu, with Insurance of flop,- D.)'.. ' Pruwiird Vthtle Flshlug. SPUtNoriKLU, Ills, April 21. John Mo Ginnis and Michael Cooney was fishing from a boa; on the Sangamon river when the boat capsized and both men were thrown Into tho river. Cooney managed to make his was to ahore, but McGlnnls drovned before aid could reach him. lums Hwrpt Away. MARlXKTTK. Wis., April KL-Twodams nn tho west branch of the Wisconsin rivet t ... hv a flood Sunday night. The Ludington compiny and Mann Bros. . l.fih. as 12 OJO.000 feet of tbelt logs will Ihj hung up in consequence of the disaster. Wheelman farhtlrbea lttra Home. NEW YollK.Awrd Ul. William A. Sach tleU'ii, tho wheelman who went to Ar menia several months o,o to search fot the boo j of Frank G L ux, the PUtsbnr bicyclist who was murdennl by Kurds, re turned to America on tho Paris. IMLK 1AM AMI STAIN. London Advlers ayThry Are lU-glnnlng "Hop ToBether." Lommin. April 21 The Standard's cor respondent at Madrid says: "Despite the persistent official donlals loth from Washington aud Madrid it U now an open secret that both governments have freely discussed their attitude towards each other In the Cuban affair. Spain is aware that President Cleveland wisnes to be conciliatory, but that he cannot answer for the control of American opinion it tne struggle In Cuba be prolonged to the In- Jury of American commerce. ' Spain, on th other nana, no in formed President Cleveland that she Is wininv to conciliate the sympathies ol sensible Americans, but that she cannot entertain a proposal for the independence of rin ha or even for a suspension of hos tilities to negotiate with the rebels, as nubile opinion would never tolerate ucn a humiliation. Spain has been silently preparing to execute a Cuban borne rule bill directly tbe colonial authorities re garded it advisable to do so." Nothing Definite About Rev. Visa. Havana, April 21. Rev. Albert Diaz. tha American Hautlst missionary, and his brother Alfred, w ho were arrested last. week, are still held "lncoiumunuicado, n.i therefore, nothlnir definite can Iks I ascertained regarding the charges against them further than it is generally unuer stood that they aro of a political nature. fj LI HUNG CHANG PREPARED. The F.iuinrnt t'hlnfett Matt-smsn Carries Ills C' Hln with Him. Sax KkancIsCo. April 21. Edward Ev ans of Shanghai. Chiiiiv, who was among Ihe passengers ou the steamer taclic, says that Li Hung Chang, the emiuent viceroy, now on his way to Moscow to at tend Ihe cor citation 'f tha czar took with him on his trip a casket in which he ex pect to be buried when he dies. "It is not an unusual thing for Chinese to buy the. r own coffins and kif p them In their houses the same as any other article t furniture until they shuffli off the mortal coil," ho fcaid. "lo carry a rollln with one's self on a tong journey to guard against any Inconvenience In faso of death may seem ridiculous m . An.urican. but that LI Hung l.nang na cone this I know to be a fact I have tho story from, a missionary in China, who iro ..niriunul bv LlHunir Chang to ac company him on the voyage, but who gave up the trip at the last moment." l'oatnilslrraa t'nder Arreat. St. Iaiuis. April 21. The United States postal authorities have reoolvod a tele gram from Harrison, Ark., that postoffioe Inspectors have placed under arrest Post mistress Mrs. Luna Lucas and her assist ...t Mr M inula Huff man. who were In f hn'rgo of the postoffioe at Oregon, Ark., on tbe charge of nning tne regisscreu ami ordinary malls. Mrs. Lncos was arretted as the principal and her assistant as ac cessory In the crime. Thoir arrest dis closed a novel method of robbing whole sale and retail merchants of St. Louis and other cities, as well as pocketing the cash tent through the mails Dy privase parviea. lloth tho prisoners have confessed. Wealthy f armar Bobbed. WoosTKR, O., April 21. -Four in num ber and armed with revolvers, burglars early Sunday morning burst open the dour of the country residence of aged and wealthy Isaac Munson. lVrt Casstday, a hired man. and Munson and his wife .ere guarded while two of the gang arched the house, Svcurln g t.W In cash, a lot of uotes and Jewelry. The three poo t,le were then baund hand and foot to prevent their escape, In which condition they remained for over two hours. Mrs. Munson is In a critical condition as a re sult of shock from fright. Illinois lleuioemtle CntiveOea. Chicaoo, April 21 Tho Illinois Doiikh crats will hold their state convention at Peoria June S3 and the basis of represen tation will be ono delegate to 400 votes cast at the election four years ago. This was decided ou Mor day aftornoou by tbe tat central committee.