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to
yaeterdayfrom Chicago.
ot the tatmk*
& Who Weighed
0^ita«,J(s.
VtafcCAjfclaai, HL,
hkWM.
IBM ud was a nttru Mm war.
l^ipjeMMat to West Point for
0: ft Grant, eon of OoL F. D. Gnat,
Qf, SsmnelMlller, whofor
4*£.\ -J- —rmJ yeara has been connected with
•V-t the nmlrtry of tbe Episcopal church,
4sd at Middletown, Conh.
iHkS£.. «wIMts. Perrtn, tbe latter moth
4l **«•. GroverGleveland, are vlslt-
Nig relatives oCthe former' at Oak-
r**-? Mra Anna Klshaddsn,aphmeer dt
f| a 00* died at ^theraSldeaoe of bar
&<-•' Auightar in Union Halt* Oblot aged
M®yeara.
J& Oipt ChailesCropeey, far tblrty
*&-• three yearp maater oftta Pennsylvania
•fc nnloo station
z, Cfcownr Poin^
iw
ArOar Conrad, aged Iff, waa killed
at OUatoa, la., an elerator aMklag
blai on tbe bead while ha waa looking
flMra/a fkaft
liira BUen liCtdeB, aged 96, waa
kMlf lmtl whfle heating a cop of
aleoboi at a neI^bor*a honae In Eaat
a
*1
lltkpatrlck of Galena, III,
_^iatty kllled by a fall ot fifty
it| a mlalng abaft where bo bad
Tbo 3-T*ar old daoghter of George
^HhnaB.-. who livca near Paterabnrg,
Mvwaa fatally acalded by falling ln-
Mtk «f boiling watar.
Jobs Tbompaon, a miner ait No. 4
^tft lprtog Valley, Dl„ waa kUled by
coaL 8ereral email children
^''^tfftlaotlMr are leftdeatltnto.
yft?''''®*®***
of
®eadiy
lhay wan the Qoeen Glga and
thadadostaB. Tbe CadAetan waa nift
#'-'b«Aa oa boaid ware aared. .(1
It la MVortad Oat twelra men Wan
la tba Wblte Oaka, N. Mac., mine at
flwtat ot tba lira, but four of them
^4^ artapa® %jr„.tba booaa ataft ..
~?t 1%a Ik^af DarKAMiridge of BoaM
K* oa* of tbe Tletkna of the ateam
ar IaogMlvw dlauter of laat Friday,
waa'Neotcrd fnaa the wrecked hnll,
-1* lying at Trantiuui'a atatlon, eight
adlM dowa tb* rher.
MbIUI MM*.
IngeraoO, aboa merdiaat at
Oadar Lava, Iowa, committed aofadde.
dilld.
Into tba mlt of R. 8.
Co., Giraid, Pa., bat failed
t» gat Into tba Money cbeat
CwilwMlw bare flooded
X^ wttb
lr--—
dollan aad 25-cent
OAearaof tbedefonctbaakof Brook
•aU^Mok, tan beea arreatad oa war
taatp aarern oAbyalx depoalton.*
ttucrj Browne ahot and klUad bla
UoMaU at San Fnandaco,
04 Ba waa a noted watar-froot cbar
•4K«lt-v-?
wbor attempted to
A borglar got^Into a botebar ahoy at
8t LaRk Mo^ and becaoae ba eonld
lad nothing to ateal, aet tba abop
-r itlUpwl da Almagro, wbo it la aald
f^jtad t^ Arcmtlna mlalater, waa die-,
igrf ka»ed flroia cnatody, the United
pfei M^ bavltig no JnrladMion.
.tMaiia'Qidalan of Mlaaoorl, wbo
i-SeS *»Bid!.-e^w5d Kloppaoateln, a
,, yoBfla.-'baa -beeoma bopdeaaly
IfriHttnttiL
la tbe IHnola leg-
Idgb tbaater bata, by
*aoaa,::haa boon kiUad
WftrMtto
tattelUlnols
#*L
OgenwaaAati
lad^ by N. l«. Xaadi
Jilted hi Caw «f Ogen ana
|w'!iraolUl^ a
i! «e-AnBBir: Baka
.,, aMart bi
ta amdt tba aetloa af tba
OHa-Pwiggiaa ba«k
»wi« afqwij)i»j«.
Wtth-Hbiaa ake-bad ftoiatMaCtook a
8pjgS9S&i&p»
tto:i^::Mpm«eorer.
Btiay .Baeit,"iib»
at Ktllnghsm,
Hunt sged seven ty-two, died
MMk.
HL He cim Wat la
:an^yaa
Volcaao
Petri*, aq lafiueotlal aad
of Laooo township,
IiMMM Btttiw nt UduMttiwA)
tha novelist,diedIn Frankfort, 0t*
iitgr- B* «u fifty-nine yean ot age.
•lite L. McCallan, head a bank
h| at OolanbU OMr, Ind., drop
ped deed his library. H« waa fifty
ysamof s«t
t8SJ'ah»tm
Ghteaco, 1M at
sixty-four
Dr. too Pallitscheck, for many yeara
.S'Aastro-Hungartan eoosul general lit
.w- Vm# Wrk' lty,' Mm 7M aesued of
«K^R)mpNBrlatU|, funds Intrusted to
&^'wa' «ii completely aoqulttedin
Sa Vlaeaa the other day. It la aaid that
^V-the-Aoctor^wOl beeome London corre
sfc.spepdfcnt.ef several German and Aus-
He was extremely poptj-
PiitwIiMt* Bwala
^^Ohaiiaeey Jeaes living near Battle
Iad,waa goredto death by a
InBrooklyn waa destroy-
bjr fire and surrounding buildings
Theloes la putat $100,000.
." of Daw, KL, while dock
ilwnllng ymm accidentally ahot and fa
tolly Injured.
-iiih*''jH»ieiR a moMer of Alle
^gkMVt Piu, waa ooraed to' deathbyan
arrartiimed lamp while In a dronken
et
-atMpB|
ta wraiek tba KlaM Plate faat 6al£
waa arraigned
tO'.bava. Una aay wbo:
lag tbe aafa aa a palr of trncka aa
pmd at aa dapot,^anlad It aareral
«ttH'-lata"W aMaatry aad blew It
ya aift dynamite. Xbagr aecured
4a Mr
lntaraat babaaabowafea
Argantlna la aatWIeid wltii PraalSent
Clorelaad'a adjnatment of Oa bovnd
aiy dlapata with Braall."
Oriaatia bt MexIco la in
a atata of anbtfaoi. aad great fer |a
falt by peopU ta tba accent Tlllagea.
Ik* waikof reUerlag the actoal dea
tttnta lidiabltaata of Newfoundland haa
baan bagnn.
Obrravoadenco which paaaed be
tween tiia paace anvoya of Japan and
thaaa Srat appolnted by China la mada
Tbraat of AgrarUna to. withhold tba
narycrtdlta onlaaa flalrgtaia monopoly
bW la paaaurt haa aiiarid... Kmperor
ffldhn
Prance haa Inatractad Ita mlnlater
at Haytl to damaad an explanation
of tte morder of a InMlma In Ban
Domlngow.
Colomblaa rebela have retxeated and
Gen. Reyea, commander of the Colom
bian forcea, haa occupied. Cncnta la
tbeProTtacaofPanq^ona.
DUpatAaa froa Bariln aanonnca
that Ooaat voti Kotea haa been acqalt
ted of coinpllclty In tho^ recent Mart
Dteorderiy Ohlneae aoldlera entered
an Amarlcaa «laalonary chapel In Pao
Tlng-Fu and broke the bencbea. No
ntifar harm waa dbaow
The Nortti German Lloyd .ateamahlp
Kalaet WUhelm n^, haa been chartered
by the Bmperor of Germaay to bo
mad by him and bla aulte.dining the
opening of the Battle caqal June 19.
A Tident atorm prevailed at Tan
glare. Thirty flahlng boata and ot)Mr
crafta were wrecked and the pier waa
partly deatroyed. In addition anow fell
laat night tor the flint time In many
jearai.j-
Dr. Charlea Hartyn of Chicago be
an a aerlca of Chriatlan cltlzenah!p
laetlaga at'Peoda, I1L
Indiana on the CmatSa reaervatlon
In Oregon make tronbie and traopaare
called Out.
A gigeotlc pool of tbe Ohio cod men
asl railroad companiea baa been form
ed.
Chrlatopber Flaher, a miller aaalgned
at Wapakoneta, Ohio, with liabflltlea
of 925,000 and aaaeta of |20,000.
CoL Andrew J. HeNeft, U. B. A., re
tlred, died at bla home at BetmonivN.
T., yeaterday, at 'the ace of aerenty.
The taitmr nation^ aaaodatlon la
In eeaalon In Plttabcrg. About fifty
delegatea are preaent
Michigan legialatora bave decided to
anbmlt the qnaetlon of Increulng aal
ariea of atate oflloera to a popular vote.
Tripleta were born at Qalncy, 111., to
Mr. and Mra.-Timothy Baker. The
family la In deatltvte clrcnmatancea.
A deed conreylng the property or the
whiaky traat to the recelrera haa been
tted In Kanaaa City.
Judge Hvnt of Cincinnati decided
that a deeping car company la reapona
lble for tbe loaa of jewelry left In'nh*
care of the porter.
The nineteenth annul meeting of
the Northweat Texaa Cattle aaaocla
tkm eonrened at Fort Worth, Tea*
to-day.
Three hundred and fifteen tana of
Harreyised armor, made by the Car
negie company for the batUeahlp Ore
gon, have been aceapted.
A bill baa been Introduced In tbe
minolo honae providing that gaa com
paniea ahall fnrniah conanmera with
dot metem.
The atate Senate eommlttea decided
to recommend an appropriation of
915,000 to provide for the. repreeentac
tion of IlllaoU at the Atlanta fair.
The liabllltlea of a. A. Badd ft Oa
of Elyrta, O., are nonr eetlmated at
9500,000, while available aaaela have
ahrunk to laaa Oan 990^00-
Bait Xake, Utah, la rejoicing over the
final arrival of natural gaa whlcb haa
been brought from tba wella fonrteen
mllea dlatant
Dr. Hay, anp«lntendent of the Na
braaka Inaana aay him, refuaea to give
up eentrol of the inatltutldn to hie
icweanr, Dr. Abbott
The Banta Fe, Preecott A Phoealx
railroad baa been formally opened to
paaaengrr aad freight traffic through
out lta entire length.
Jack A. Heigh of Wisemac, Ind., an
ouncee a adieme to drain the Pink
Mink mareh by aheorptloa by planting
U* Aata-Xrapt Dlatllllng
aa deeided to areet another
moth concern. It may be located at
Tana Haute.
Tbe wortd'e etandlng bop, aklp and
Jdpp record waa broken at Center col
lege gymnaahim toornainant, Danville,
Ky^ laat night by Tbomaa A. Hen
dridu, of Kentneky. He made 30 feet
8 Incbee, 6 Incbea over tite record.
A committee from tbe Maaaacbnaetta
leglalatnre, oampnead of two aeoatora
and eight wpraaentatlvea have arrived
la Atlanta, Gfc, for the punoae of la
veattgatlng the ladualrial aitaatloa la
the flouO.
Bar. Dr. Alexander O, McAolay, a
Preabyterlan mlnlater at Philadelphia,
haa been fomd guilty by a church com
mlaalon of condnct unbecoming a Cbrla
ttah. DT. MeAnley la aeventy-flve yeara
It la autboritatlvdy atated that
Ohalfmaa OantreS oftbeboard ofraO
nid viNhDflii CMBBIHIOBNI
ba nMaaved by: Gov. Altaald. and
ea-OaagMaaiMa Flthlaa wffl ane-
terthe parpoee afiar-
qriag d^t die: tatamaiiooai laduatrial
adnlag axpodtloh, *blch |t baa
t» hoM Ja Dearer ta
_Jttb atHka: af tbe' mlnera of tiw
P)ttabur Ibftltt haa reached that
(the «c.iata.
iWid jteit
oCaeo^i
lw^ap
,w#rklai at
IWIBIWim IclOMMCInl.lHIII
yilh ihi lrtift*K
e, bat bar ajfo4 wu^mSfiaad
faar that bir t|Mrfa woald rab
mmmmm
by »m,na ibkiK um MaMM
-t
BiwnardE, N. D., March Tbaj
governor filed the appumitathii bllla
redweed. by. him frgm^amonnta ap
propriated by the WflUStve aaMhb^.
Aa |ma been mrnoMd, the cut/ln tbe
WP^^ Ia b^vya^ally aa
affecting the educational laatltutlona
of the atate, although other Inatltu
«m* «n iMtwed wMrever It waa'poa^:
Mble to do ao. The -aum total of ap
proprtationa aa paaaed by the legla
Utlve aaaembly waa 9800,000, and the
t«ai redbMlon Wfll r«ach 9125,000.
The eeveral atate inatltutlona aro re
duced aa followa from tbe Original ap
jMpciatlona:.
In tbe mind of the governor, after
iSie and carefnl examination of all
the poaalbUltiee of income for the
atate, thia cut la abaolutely neceaaary
in order to carry tbe credlt of tbe
atate eafely through. Bvery item In
each appropriation which It waa
thought cbttld be gotten along without
haa been atrlcken oat. The heavleet
cute were tboae of tbe atate. unlveral
ty and normal acbool apptvpriationa,
and it baa but one meaning—the prac-.
tlcal cloaing of tbeae laatltutlona. The'
appropriation left for the three ia Juat
about enough to cloae up the acbool
year, and beyond that it will not go.'.
In the peal teetlary and: atate aaylum
appropriatlona alao the cut will necea
aitate the moat rigid economy. Some
officiate and poaltiona la the two will
•hava to be altogether dlapenaed with
and the nalariea of guards and em
ployee will alao be teduced to meet
the cut The moat Intenae Interest
haa.prevailed all through the atate for
the paat two weeka aa to'tbe probable
fate of aotne of the inatltutlona. Eape
clally baa tbla been ao In Grand Forka
and at Mayvllle and Valley City,
where the achoola are located.
WALTBR HALTBMBD.
A Cberakee lUHu to Hsi(e4 for
M««aer,
Tallequah, Ind. T., March 24,-Wal
ter Bark waa banged In the jail yird
here tor. the murder of Johnaon Beeae
In Going Bnake dlatrlct, eeveral yewa
ago. On the acaffold Bark made a
•hort talk in which he aaid be waa In
aocent of murder, and that he klUed
Beeae to prevent the latter from rob
bing blm.. Bark waa cool, until tbe
rope waa "placed around bla beck.
Then be broke down and had to be
aupported until the drop fell. Hla neck
waa broken. Bark'a crime waa com
mitted nearly, four yeara ago. He es
caped the Nation and waa not appre
hended until a year ago, when be waa
captured at Fort 8mltb, AA.. While
away from the Cherokee Nation he
married a white: woman in Toxaa. He
waa a full-blooded Cherokee, and waa
thirty yeara old.
Hot Springs, Ark., March it—John
Martin waa ahot and killed here thia
morning by Mra. Larry, a widow.. It
appeara that Martin attempted to eat
er Mra. Larry's houae agalnat her will
when eha fited through the door, kill
Intc bim. He leavea a wife and aeven
children.' Both ire prominent colored
people. The murderaaa waa arreated
and locked, up.
CRVBL AND IHHMAR. V.
akMktag Caidllln IxUt
la a atate IaatltBtloa.
Denver, March 24, Every charge
made agalaat the atate. reformatory
at Buena Vista la auatained by the
report of the apeclal committee of the
atate board of charities and correc
tions appointed to inveatigate -the
management of tbe inatltutlon. Cruel
and Inhuman treatment, the teitlmohy
ahowa, baa been practiced at the -in
atltntion, and crlmea ahocklng to
morality are common. Men have been
bung up by the wrists until they
have become unconaeioua.' In one
instance it .waa teetlfied Deputy
Warden Hoyt jumped upon a prlaoner
ao manacled and atrung up. and bang
hla whole weight upon the auapended
man. The whole management of tbe
Inatltutlon ia ebown aa brutal aad de
moralizing. Aa to the Mnanclal af
fain of the Inatltufton, It la ahown
that practically no books are kept
.. WaaM lbUsaklla
Waablngton, March 24. Secretary
Smith haa received a number of lettera
from Indiana at Standing BOCK
agency, N. D-. asking that Jamea Mc
Laughlin be retained aa Indian agent
at that place. The lettera represent
aeveral thouaand Indiana, and apeak
la the hlgbeat terma of McLaughlin,
and aay that be baa been with them
eo long that they do not want him to
go. Major McLaughlin waa recently
appointed Indian inapector and Jamea
Qramale named to succeed him.' Tbe
secretary directed lettera to be written
In reply atating .the appolatmenta had
been made and could not be ehanged,
aald expieaalng gratification at the
Ugh praise given Mr. McLaughlin.
DtTtl»K» a' taaaattea.
Milwaukee, March 24. The North
ern Padl)c tallway recelvera filed an
a won. to-day in 'the caaesgrowljW |nt:
o^tlioCdcmanda bjr thereoelvtara af iba"
Chicago A Northern Pad16 and Wla
conain Central companiea for rentala
on Chicago terminals. The answer to
the Wlaconadn Central recelvera aete
forth the aenaatlonal claim that the
leaae of the Central linea waa void,
llkewlae the aaalgnment of the leaae
to it by the Chicago 4 Northern Pa
dflc company.
Tbittaa DeaartahtaU.
Boekford, .Hl., Special-—Command
er-in-Chlef Lawler jwill Introduce Sen
ator Jamea B.GordonotGeorgla, wbo
ia to tectura here March 95 and leave
the next day for an extended vMt to
department encampmenta, Inclndlny
nine Southern atatea.
•t-iMeeaeweae Aaeaelt.1
Haaeiton, Pa., Hpedal Teleg.—Tbe
parochial residence of the Greak
diurcb at Freelaad waa broken lata
night and .tba prieat, hla bonaa.
and bar aaalatant were mun^
amuKed-
Stoox Ctty,: Iowa, SpedaL-Joha
Krlog, a bnmer who at oae tlma waa
a prominent eltiaen aad wHl-to-do.
comnUtted aolclda bytakli^r mMphlne.
Ha waa deqon«ent becawee kat
hla property and conW not eara a Ur
te|. Blewaaanoldaettier.
:-Naw ittrlv
tbeaupreme
doctelon of-thi^joUca fommftalaaeit
ilaaMag~ni«k OmtataOraai.aai
JSwl'ItiardwadJ^^nhHUM
°.C
0*v31alt
Amount Amount
Paaaed. Left.
-v,*:i.#i98*» 91^.500
Penitentiary ....... BO,000
1
4S.4IO
Vnlveialty ......... 68,000 1B.D80
BoMlereVbome...... 18,450 1250
nnd colteto.:: Tt&O 1US0
ff??..-.. 24,880 7,760
Normal acbool, Val
ley City........... Zt,000 "«60ff
Deaf and: ^dumb
acbool ........ .. 12^280 15,BOO
EcSy'.'-
todfiim
proudly Into the
-—^af .Uie daS »f «ha codrta and
Mked tte dept^ to inake out a aiar
rlage llcenae. He made ont tbe piece
Dfpaper which aaya that HeoryHam-
Otty^ Mtan*. *»"1 Mra.
Margarat Beaamlna, aged aeventy-flve
reaidence of hla aaphe w, John l&Lm
.mla, the day jallor df the central po
lice atatlon. There be Joined h|a abon
-KJ9 jfej»l»»|,Mer of
W evenlniwlth her andhia nephew'a
family, aaid .wen: hater married.
Henry Hammls and Margaret Bolan
were born In tbe aime Uttla (Village,
Treer, which la located on thia, Bhlne,
In Germany, only twenty-alxi mllea
from the French border Early In
thelp youth they were loven, but
Haaiy Inoke tbe angagemcutand niar
rw^ another vtouan. Hargaret mar
ried Joba Beeamtua, and Migrated to
America.' Jordan,
Minn., about thlrty-flTe yem-a ago. In
the meantime Henry Hamiofila had alao
emigrated to thle couany. He aet
tted flrat at New Traer. Minn., in 1878,
with Ms wife and three childreu. Af
.•wfew yeara of wojk on hla farm
at that place he aold bla home aind
went to Clair City, Minn., where he
bought another farm. There bla
grown-up.aona and daughter married
and aettled, and there they realde to
.day with their families.
Mra Henry Hatnmla died two years
ago, and alnce tluit time Henry haa
been reatleeit He fans alwaya known
where. h|a flrat aweetheart lived, and
about a-'week ago he left bia home in
Clalc Olty very auddonly. He did not
".aay where be wai going and hla chil
dren Were hot a little trouble^ over
hla dlaappearnnce. The flrat that waa
known of him waa when he and Mrs.
Beaamlua came to the home of John
Hammla In thia city yeeterday and
were married.
QAVB CHABB ON A BICYCUB.
latsHtsi imsi Mad* hr Mmu mt
a Wheat.
MlnneapoUa, March 24. Another
ease In which the bicycle cut an Im
portant figure In the arrest of a rap
poaed criminal occurred when the
bookkeeper at Glueck'a brewery
chaaed a young man from the brewery
at Twentieth avenue and Marahall av
enue- northeaat. to Twentieth avenue
north and Washington, and then
turned him over to Officer AUIgot. The
atianger, wbo gives the name of O. J,
Morrlaon, but whoae correct name la
now known to be Frenabell, crlled at
the brewery office and ordered two
caaea of beer to be left at 2401 Mar
ahall atreet northeaat, and In payment
offered a check on the Seandla bank
for 922.80, payable to J. C. Morrlaon
and algned with thia name of E. P.
Green. The bookkeeper became aua
pidoua, knowing that one of hla' fel
low employes Uvea at the addreaa
named, and refoaed to take the check.
Moniaon left the office, and after he
had gone the bookkeeper regretted
that he had not notified the police to
protect ottaera from being awindled on
the worthless check. He jumped on
hla bicycle and rode after Morrtaon
until he met Officer Alligot and ae
cured the arrest of the would-be cu»
tomer.
^. Js'HBaB AltKD TO WOUt,
Aa Attcaipt to Vrlditea a CnlM
•toa Vna a Priaeaev,
_Omaha, March 24.—A apeclai to" the
Bee from 8pringview, Neb., aaya:
An attempt baa. been made at the
Holton ranch to force a confeaaion
from the man Hunt who ia under ar
rant Cor the lynching of Mra. Holteb.
While the preliminary haadag of
Hunt and Miller waa In progresa
County Attorney Lear took Hunt Into
a room, apparently for a private con
ference. Juat aa tbey entered the
room there were a dozen revolver
abota heard outalde, mingled with
ahouta and curaea. Lear jumped and
ran, locking the door of the room and
leaving Hunt- alone.. In a moment
Lear-returned' and announced that
tbe vigilantes had come and bad
killed Miller, and that they were now
hunting for Hunt Hunt waa nearly
frightened to death, but the expected
confeaaion waa not forthcoming. He
awore that If the vlgllantea had killed
Miller, they bad a lain an innocent
man, as Miller bad nothing to do
with the lynching of Mi-a. Holten.
The offlcere are not aatlafied that they
have' the right men, and are still oa
the hunt for the murderers.
bt ar. PAib
That City Will Make aa Offer fair the
Btat* UalTeralty
St. Paul, March 24.—It being the
evident intention of the progreealve
cttiee of the atate to bid for the loca
tion Of tbe varioua atate Inatltutlona,
St Paul la about to put In a bid .-for
the .location of the atate university
Within ito-llmlta.
The city itaelf, after the legal foriif
alitlea have been compiled with, will'
flMke an offer to tlie legla la ture of
Como Park as a auitnhle site for the
atate university. Thia offer will be
backed by a bonus of 91,000,000 from
the citlaena of St JtouL
Harder Trial Been a.
Laacaater. Ky., March 24.—The trial
of Henry Beddlck (colored), charged
with burning the Miller hotel on Jan.
12, In whlcb bla mother-in-law and eon
periahed, waa begun in the clicult
court today.
Maataaa B»atora III.
Waablngtott, March 24.-Senator Lee
Mantle of Montana haa been aerkraaly
Ml at .the Oochian in tihla dty.
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IUI-4iM Abaat,
Buf­
fering, from an attack of gijppe Sen
ator Carter, 6t the aame atate, la ill
at Helena.
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Dt«4 Is Qtemt AfMf,
Mlnneapolia, March 24. Nathaniel
W. Chamberlain, the aged cltfasen who
waa Btruck by a Hennepin avenue
trolley car Wedncrday, died laat night
In great agony.
•leaw That Bell Ltaaor Win lirt Be
Patraalaeg.
Bt (Paul, Hpecbfl.—Laat nlgtat at
their regnlar aeml-tnonthly meeting la
Cretin hall, with the prealden't Mlaa
'Mary Cramale, In tbe cbalr, tbe ladlea
of tba OathoUc Sacred Thirst Society
decided by uaanlmoua vote to with
hold their patronage from retail grv
eery hpuaea ^rhlch have a department
devoted ta' the aale of liquors, and an
teredaa anoihatlc pro
teat agalnat the
practice of aeUIag liquors to grooary
atoraa aa general prtndplee.
Ciart«r D«Air*l Oalltr.
WapoUo, lowaJ^edaL—1tbe Jury
In the case of Btephen Courtney,
charged with the murder of County
Attorney JSrvIa, returned a verdict of
kullty la fte firat degree and fixed the
penalty at life Imprlaotameat at hard
labor.
Barabofv Wla., BpeciaL~Tha atave
boartof pharmacy haaclaaad lta ateet
lag here and elected ^enry Sehrasck,
Milwaukee, prcatdeat, aad H. B. Holm
atraet JaaasvlOe, aaaetary aad tnaa
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Sloox dty, March IL-One of tbe
mnat aeriotn firea la the hlatury of
Slo«|g ,CI|y completely deatroyed the
warehouee of the AVeatern Tranafer
company at 300 Iowa atreet, wt^b lta
coateat^ entaUlngaloae of -wan than
9200,000. The high jirlnd which waa
blowing communicated tbe flamee to
the, linseed oil miliwcroae the atreet
and It waa partially lestroyed and the
greater put of Ita Mbtenta conaumed,
making a total lo# af 9400,000. Tbe
wind, which had Ma blowing from
the aontheaat, nowthanged, and with
lncreaaed velocity blew for a time dl
rectly from the eafi This, communi
cated the flames 'pt two big «i»h
owned by tbe llnaeoil oll mllla and the
platforma on wblcj
to burn flercdy.
had congregated
when tbey
waa. a. wild
bulldl
rested began
nda of people
thia time, and
a on fire there
The storage
atructure,
Imiidlni the brick oil
atorage. annex. jrhe'main part of the
elevator was five atories high and had
a capacity of 160^)00 buahela. In the
bins at the time waa stored 100,000
buabela of flaxseed, and oa the lower
floor aeveral thousand tona of linseed
oil cake were ready for the market
la the annek the oil waa In huge
tanka, havlng an estimated capacity of
120,000 gallcna.
When it waa "plain that nothing could
be done toward saving the Implement
warehouse, the flremei| turned their
attention to saving the qll mill atorage
hoUae. Mayor Fletcher telegraphed to
Lemare and Missouri Valley for the
fire departmenta of thoae towna, and
tbey were aoon In reddlneaa to re
apond, but when It waa found that the
fire could be controlled kieeaages were
aent to hold them backJ
The building of the \feetern Trana
fer. company was a mammoth frame
atructure, four atorlea] high, covered
with corrugated Iron, the Iron aided
the flames, as It kept the water from
reaching the woodwork. The huge
four-story and basement warehouse,
lODxtGO feet waia flllefl from top to
bottom with farm'Implements and ma
chinery,, tbe value of which waa about
9200,000. Tbla machinery waa owned
by about twenty Implettent companiea
in different parts of thetTnlted Statea.
fiotloi Cnniui,
New Orleans, March 23.—The cotton
trade of New Orleana, which has suf
fered greatly the paat two or three
months on account of lalior troubles ou
tbe river, suffered another b.ow this
morning, when between 15,000 and 20,
000 bales were consumed by flre. The
conflagration occurred Ini the Interna
tional Cotton Press, which la conaid
ered to be one of the largeat preaaes In
the city. It la Impoaalble to get the
exact number of bales conaumed, but
from what employee of the preaa aay
there were nearly 20,000 bales stored
Mi the two yarda, which were burned
ovr. The loss will probably amount to
9300,000. A great deal ot tbe Inaur
ance waa placed In foreign companies
which have agencies In this city.
NO WHITES WANTED.
Nearoea la Oaba TanUa* k«
1iH*i Ian a Rao* War.
New York, March 23.—A apeclal dla
patch from Naasau says: Additional
newa contlnuea to be received. from
Cuba of Insurgent victoriea In the
caat The hiteat and moat atnrtllng
yet received Is to tbe effect that Gull
lermon Moncada, the negro leader of
a baud near Gnantanamo, ia one of
the few men who want to turn the
revolution Into a. race war. It la alao
reported that he.aUrprlaed a large de
tachment of Spanlah troops recently
and completely routed them. In thia
battle, It la aald 200 Spaniarda were
killed aud' wounded. Thia waa fol
lowed by cruel nnd Inhuman treatment
of the Spanbuda by Moncada'a forces.
There waa but one white man In' Mon
cada'a detachment After the battle
he ordered this man to leave the camp,
aaylng the whites bad failed to free
Cuba In the laat war, and that now In
dependence would be secured by the
negroes. Moncada'a Idea aeema to be
to make another Ban Domingo of
Cuba. Hla attitude ia deplored by the
sympathizers with tbe revolutlonarj
movement
SIXTY ARB DEAD.
The Wfanlac Mlae Ei»Ih1m Waa
a (WtUlal Affair.
Evanston, Wya, March 23.—The to
tal number now Unowi4 to have per
ished In the mine •llsaater at Bed
Canyon yeeterday evening Is sixty, of
which fifty-one are married men and
nine young men aud boya. Up to this
time tbe bodies of the following, out
of a total of fifty-three who met their
death, in .the miue, have been recov
ered and turned over to their friends
and relatives: W. B. Clark, John Mor
ris, D. Laurie, G. Hyde, John Locke,
W. H. Grieves and Sumuel Clay, sin
gle Samuel Hutchinson, William Mor
ris, Thomas Booth, Ben J. Cole, Cbas.
Clark, Willard Brown, James Limb,
and Fred Morgan, all men of large
families. Tbla leaves thirty eight ua
'recovered bodlea in the mine. The
timbering ia largely blown out and
the walis and root ot the whole In
terior arc wrecked and shattered ao
that the volunteera, a party of nine
teen, now working to recover tbe bod
ies of their comrades, are every mo
ment in danger of being burled.
SPRINGER AND KILOOKB
mm lalam
Naaaad hr the President
.la Iadlaa Territory.
Washington, March 23.—Tbe follow
Ing apiHilutmciiTs were announced at
tjie White House to-day:
William M. Springer of llllnolajudge
of the. United 'Statex court of the.
Northern dltslt-ii-t c» Indian Territory:
ConsUiniine l*n'kle.v Kilgore. JndRj of
the Pnllwl States court of the South
ni district of IdI'.hi Territory.
OtiHrakli la RaHla.
St Petersburg, Special Tel.—The pa
pers bore are startled by official notice
that the government does not Intend
to change Its censorship policy. Any
Journal attributlng any such intention
to the government wUl be punished.
Valaatarr AAvaaee af Wages.
.Haverblli, Masa, Special 'i%L—J. H.
Wlnchcll ft Co., one of the Arms whoae
employes were actively engaged In the
recent atrike, have given notice that
they wUl make ir volontary raise of
5 cents per case on certain grades af
work In their httoqr, v,v "1
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low Party Waaaedi'
Pittsburg, pa., Special.—The nana ot
the new party was Anally dedded to
be the: "Home Protection party." Be
fore adjournment a reeolutioa waa
passed, calllng fer all klnda of money
to be on a parity, but that the govern
ment shall issue It direct to taa people
Instead of the banks.
•cava* Tai Bart Baih.-"'!
Nya* N. Y., iSpeclal.-^«eorge M.
fan Nort, ex-comtalaslooer of puNle
works of New York tlty, Is dead, aged
sixty-five yaaia.
•ea Seta* a Dlaaate
an Tam*.
Meridian, Miss., March ».-At Ke
wanee, a amall atatlon on the Ala:
taima Great Southern railroad, to-day
a triple killing occurred. Iho parties
to the affair are Ben and Allen
Pringle, ImthMB, and Jamea BriMon.
It la reported that the partiee- met on
the farm of Henry Smlih, adjoining
their premises. An old quarrel waa
renewed and one of the Pringle boys
•hot. Brltton, mortally wounding him.
Britten thee shot and killed both
Prlnglea.
HovetAn, Tex., March 21.—Dr. B. A.
Buckner engaged In a ahooMag affray
with J. W. Jehnaoan, a cattleman, and
C. C. Wbitely, on 1be atreeta ot Seeley,
let, to-day. Dr. Buckner waa In
stssntly killed. Later In the day John
ton surrendered to tbe authorities at
Belleville, twenty mllea distant, fear
ing the consequences should be do so
at Beeley. Wbttely ia still at large.
All portlee are prominent citizens of
Beelcy.
Jonesborok Aik., March 21. News
was received to-day from Buffalo Isl
and^ this oounty, of a horrible double
murder. John Gargus, a prosperous
farmer, and hla wife, were murdered
while asleep Sunday night The
heada of the couple were both crushed.
There le no due to the morderera.
WOMEN READ
•'a ai,aoo,000 Can (ar
autism
Seme Iowa refereneee for "Scbrage'a
91.tM.0M Rheumatic Cure": A. J.
Oeborne. Newton, "eend alx doaen by
erprsea": A. V. Penn, Sidney, "aend
three doaen" J. F. Faux, Sioux City
Dr. J. C. W. Coxe, Waahlngton Billy
Samuels, Monteauma Stream ft Mc
Cammon. Ill Walnut atreet. Dea
Molnaa W. Welier, Cedar Raplda
O. F. Vtterbeek, Slgourney Savlnga
Bank Morgan A Co., Council Biuffa
D. Q. Storle, Charlton, and many othera.
It must be good or doctors would not
prescribe It. Ten thouaand truthful tes
tlmonlala .it haa cure! where all etae
failed. Do not waate your money on ex
ternal. appUMtlone or oplatea. Thia la
harmleaa, pleaaant and haa the highest
Indorsementa on earth. Mra. John A.
Logan (widow of tho famoua general),
Waahlngton, D. C.. uaea It. tl.Bt a bot
tle. Worth -double. Write to-day.
Don't anoapt aomethtng "Juat aa good."
Cures gout and neuralaln.
Bwanaon Rheumatic Cure Co.,
1C7 Ijeafl.eri «!twt
ff^VOUCBMBH ARRESTED.
Warraata Iwvrt as Members the
New York Force at Head%aartera.
New York, Match 21—All the police
officlala agalnat whom lndMaiiento
woe found yeeterday by the extraordi
nary grand jury, were placed under ar
rest when they went to police head
quarters thia morning. The indicted
men are:
Inspector William McLaughlin, Capt.
Jacob Selbert, of tho Union Market
atatlon Capt J. J. Donohue, Went
Twentieth atreet atatlon Capt M. J.
Murphy, Weat One-Hundredth street
atatlon Capt Jamea K. Price, Mc
Dougal atreet atatlon Former Police
Capt William S. Devery, Wardmau
Edward Glenner (dlamUaed), Ward
man Edward 8. Hill (formerly under
Capt Price), Ward man Burna (jumped
hla ball.).
Supt Byrnes aald that there was a
warrant for still another man former
ly connected with the police force. Thia
man did not arrive at police headquar
ters, with the rest and the superintend
ent .refused to give his name. The
order whloh came to the superintend
ent from the ddatriot attorney's office
was to have all the men there at 11
o'clock this morning. Shortly before
10:80 o'clock the indicted men gath
ered at police headquarters. After be
ing- placed under arreet they were
oonduoted to the disMot attoraey'a of
fice by Inspectors Williams and Mc
Avoy. They were arraigned and
placed under bonda. Later the police
board Biufteoded all the men arrested.
ATTACK ON AMiIANCA.
It Was Hade hr the Craleer Coad«
da Veaadlto.
Havana, March 21. The name of
the SpaMi warship that fired on tbe
American afeamer Allianca ia now
known. It la tbe Spanlah eteaoner
Conde de Venadito. The fact became
public to-day, when the captain of the
cruiser reported that he bad tried to
stop a atrange steamer aad bad opened
fire on her, when she persisted In pro
ceeding on her course. According to
tbe story of the Cocde de Venadito'a
commander while vulalng off the east
ern coast of Cuba on March 0, be
righted a steamer heading off Maya'
Paint aad shaping her course to the
northeast The cruiser signalled her,
and the steamer replied by raising au
Eagllah flag. The cruiser again sig
nalled the steamer to atop, but without
effect Aa the steamer proceeded at
full speed the cruiser first fired two
blank shote and then two solid ahot
The. commander claims that he did
not desire to hit the steamer, but that
he fired the abota merely to cause her
to heave to.
Oeaeaaantlea Nat Caatasrtoas.
Cincinnati, March 18.—(Special.)—
The resolution to isolate conaumptivea
at the pest houae came before tbe hos
pital truateea yeeterday. A protest
from Dr. Amlck was read. Two hos
pital doctors persisted that consump
tives be sent to the small-pox peat
houae. Mayor Caldwell and another
trustee opposed tbe removal. By unan
imous consent tbe resolution waa
tabled Indefinitely, never to be resur
rected. Mayor Caldwell suggested use
of Amlck treatment at the boapltal.
Definite action waa deferred. Tills vie
tory won, Dr. Amlck will battle for
consumptives everywhere, lie Is mail.
Ing free, copies of hla victory and the
Amlck conaumptlon records, to physi
cians and consumptives wbo write blm.
Receiver Annotated.
New York, March 21. Horace J.
Myers, of the firm of A. A. Kidder A
Co., baa been appointed by the United
Statea circuit court of Virginia re
ceiver of the Long Ialand Traction
company. The appointment was ex
plained la a circular moiled to the
stockholders, and is in Che nature of a
friendly proceeding and to anticipate
a movement for a receivership orig
inating in a quarter hoetilr to the re
organisation plan formu_Ked at a
meeting of stockholders held in Braofc
lyn several weeks ago.
Wen hr a Colored Maa.
Appleton, Wla., Special.—Tho in
tercollegiate oratorical conteat here
between representatives of Lawrence
university, Blpon, snd Belolt college,
was won by G. W. Wood, a colored
man from Belolt whoae subject was
"The Better Personality." Archy D.
Hall, of Lawrence, won the second
prise, subject "The Law of Progresa"
Ptlest •aeoaMaaaleated.
Cleveland, Ohio, Special.—Bev. A^F.
Kolasewskl, the Pollah Catholic prieat
haa been denounced by Rome and the
action of Bishop Horetmann in excom
municating him Indorsed. Tbe of
ficial documents bearing tbe signature
of the pope excommunicating Kolas
ewskl are now In the handa of Blahop
Horatmann.
The Sraad Jurr Aeaalts Blaa.
Minneapolis, special.—Tbe grand
Jury reported no bill against young
Nick Bodvln to-day. The* boy killed
his tether laat Monday In a scuffle, but
there were no wltneaaes, and, aa the
father's disposition was shown to be
very ugly, the grand jury held that
there was not enough evidence to war
raat a trial.
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MANY WEBE K1LLE1).
fRRRIBLB DYXAMtTR UXPLOIIO.t
ON TUB ntVBR RBINB.
4 Iterate Aatoaat af nraaaUte Helaa
Placed Aboard a Vassal Banlodea,
Blaklaa a Naather of Vassals aad
Dcatrorla# Baasee la Villain.
Col^fne, March 22.—A terrible ex
ploalou of dynamite took place yee
terday evening at Salmouth, In the
District ot Dnsseldorf. The cargo of
tha ship Elisabeth, coaeiating ot 20.
000 klloa of dynamite, waa being load
ed when the expitoelon occurred, kill
ing a number of people and doing a
terrible amount of damage. The ex
not number of persons killed la not
yet known. Another veaael which
was alongside the Elisabeth caught
fire and waa burned. The force of the
explosion was felt for miles and waa
at firat believed to have been the re
fmtt of an earthquake. Several houses
collapsed at Keek en and other vil
lages and windows were shattered
within a wide area. At Cleves, five
miles from the scene of the expV»lon,
doors were torn off and window
frames were smashed.
The bodies of five victims of the
explosion have already been recov
ered, and alx persons believed to
have been killed are still mtMngr*
The force of the explosion was ho
great that three vessels at Lobitb,
the laat Dutch village on tbe Rhine,
were sunk. Two hundred and tweu,
ty tona of the explosive was taken in
aix boats from Lobitli to Salinoutl|
last January en route to Antwerp,
whence it was to have been ahlppei]
to Australia. Owing to tho Ice block
ade In the river the dynamite
landed at Salmouth where it waa
stored awaiting the reopening ot
navigation. In the meantime thq
Elizabeth had been chartered to tako
the dynamite forward and the cargo
was being stored yesterday when
pnrt of It exploded. The cause of tv
explosion la unknown, aa every perso..
on board of the Elizabeth was killed.
ANOTHER CRIME FOR CROWE.
Notorious Trala Robber fatally
Shoots aa Officer.
Denvc% March 22.—Pat Craiwe, the
famous train rribber, jail-breaker and
diamond thief, shot and fatally
wounded Detective Al Moore last
night and made his escape. The of
ficers. with Detective Connors, hnd
located Crowe and two companions in
a room at 1920 Lawrence street. They
wanted the men for several burglaries
In the city. The arrest waa made and
the three' prisoners had been hand
cuffed together. On the way to the
patrol wagon Crowe slipped his hand
cuffs and. drawing, a revolver front
his belt, began firing at the officers.
The flre was returned, and It is
thought that Crowe was aUglrtfy In
jured. Moore waa struck in the groin
and cannot live. Crowe Is known al
most the country over. One of his
crimes wa8 tbe robbery of a train at
Ottumwa, Iowa. He has escaped
from jail at Sioux City, Milwaukee
and Chicago, and Is wanted at the
former place. He Is supposed to be
a member of the famous Evans gang.
TWO DESPEHATK MHN.
They Are Arrested for Complicity la
the Harder at Mra. Hlltea.
Butte, Net., March 22.—County At
torney C. W. Lear Is now at the fccene
of the lynching of Mrs. Htlten, near
Brockburg. Word was received here
to-day that he had arrested two mun
named Hunt and Miller as perpetra
tors of tbe deed, and will bring them
In at once. Those men are desperate
characters and have been mixed up
In a number of lawless affairs. Their
latest known exploit was the holding
up of Dr. Ellis on the road from
Butte to Boil est eel, 8. D., some two
weeks ago. Attorney General Church
ill will probably reach here to-morrow.
He has been ordered here by the gov
ernor to Investigate the case. Hunt
and Miller, It is believed, are only two
of a number of men who were In
terested in putting the poor woman
out of the way, though probably not
more than two were actually engaged
In It.
For Kill la* Hla Brother.
Chicago, March 22.—Joseph Hodg
ett, wanted in Philadelphia for the
killing of his brother William, was ar
rested here to-day. Detective Hand
of Philadelphia, who Is here, positive
ly identifies Hodgett and will take
die prisoner back as soon aa requisi
tion papers can be obtained. The
crime wltli which he Is charged was
committed March 7 In a saloon at
Juniper and Smith streets, Philadel
phia. It is said he shot his brother
because the latter would not buy hhn
drinks.
More fraud*.
Toledo, March 22. The board of
eleotlous to-day discovered additional
evidence of crooked work In connec
tion with the primary elections last
Friday night In canvaeslng the vote
of the Second ward it was found tli.t.'
returns from one precinct' wer
:n'sslng, and what has become of
them is unknown. It Is asserted that
they would hare elected the anil
Major delegates, end consequently
placed the Major men In a minority
In the convention.
No Woaaa Suffrage.
Augusta, Me., March 22. In the
senate to-day the Oman's suffrage
bill was defeated—15 to 11. A few
weeks ago the bin pktaed the house.
Chlldraa Pariah.
Springfield, Mo., March 22.—Three
children of Charles Boss, a laborer,
were left sleeping In their home while
the parents went visiting. The house
caught fire from a lamp snd all the
children were burned to death. All
were under five years of age.
Kent's Respite.
Bismarck, N. D„ March 22.—Myron
B. Kent the convicted Morton coun
ty murderer of his wife who was sen
tenced to death, was granted a new
trial by the supreme court.
raratra will Rnlac- Potatoes.
Cumberland, Wis., Special.—One
of the most largely attended and suc
cessful farmers' Institutes ever held in
the county closed here to-day. Supt.
G. Kerrow was In charge, with H. C.
Taylor, B. L. Grant and D. Spauldlng
as assistants. Farmers here are much
enthused over potato culture, and
thousands of acres will be grown in
this county the present season. Track
farming will also be extensively en
gaged In. The winter grain Is thought
to be winter killed throughout this eo
tire section.
Ta Make Taaglefeat.
Terra Haute, Ind., Special.—The
largest distillery ever built, exceeding
far In capacity the anti-trust one that
Is now conceded to be the greatest
will soon be constructed In Terre
Haute by the Eastern magnates, G.
W. Kldd, B. C. Gaffldd and Frank
Curtis, representing in addition to
their own wealth a vast amount of
Eastern capital.
Mitosial OMeera B1
acted.
Wla, itwlal. John
Nagel of Manitowoc was to-day elect
ed president aad J. F. Boeder of Jef
ferson, vice president of tha state pros*
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NUMBER
haa Tmatr-nv* ta rutr alien
Perish.
Evanston, Wyo., March 22.—At 5:45
last evening an explosion of gas oc
curred In the Rocky Mountain Coal
nnd Iron company's main at lied
Canon, several mllea from here, with
terrible results. James B. Bruce,
mine foreman and ex-coanty commis
sioner of Uintah county, nas Instantly
killed by flying timbers, as also were
four others. As found the others arc
William Sellers, Jr., rope runner J.
Clark Edward Coach, head carpenter.
The other man has not been identified.
All were killed by flying timbers.
From twenty-five to fifty men were
in the mine at the time of tbe explos
ion. At this writing they have not
been rescued and arc certainly dead.
O. B. Maltby, Andrew Mason and
J.' Crawford are badly injured. About
150 men are employed In this nilne,
but most of them had gone out.
Among those In the mine thought to
be dead are William Brown, John
Forn, Samuel Thomas and son, old
Mr. Burton, Samuel Hutchinson,
William Sayers, Sr., and son.
The covering Of the slope and build
ings at the mouth were blown to at
om* The mine was considered one
of the safest in the state.
Later-rO. B. Maltby, superintend
ent of the motive power, has since
died, also the boy, Jerry Crawford.
Eight men have been brought out
of the mine so burned as to be past
Identification with the exception ot
one, .Tohu Lamb. Ail. hope of rescu
ing anybody alive has been given op.
The death roll now numbers fifteen.
NEARLY" LYNCHED.
A Mlnlag Camp Agent la Trouble la
Rainy Lain City.
Duluth, Minn., March 22. Rainy
Lake City advices state that there was
considerable excitement there oil
Wednesday, aaid for a time a lynch
ing lee was threatened. The trouble
was all occasioned by the repreaenta-
Ives of the Llbtle American Mining
company, of which J. B. Wlmer was
manager, attempting to settle the ac
counts of the company by paylug SO
cents on the dollar in checks on Du
luth. Recently .Wlmer sold out to a
party of Cleveland men and came to
Duluth, but scat a representative
back to settle with the men in the
liianner stated. This trick aroused
tho whole town and they proposed
right then to have a square deal or a
hanging bee. A rope was secure! and
Wimer's representative was given to
understand in nnmlstakeable terms
that the men must lie paid dollar for
dollar in cash or he would be hung.
He quickly made the desired settle
ment.
COUNTY SEAT OK RGWILLG.
It Will lie Removed From Braver
Falla to Olivia-.
Renville, Minn., March 22. Judge
Webber lias Just rendered his decis
ion in tlie Renville county scat con
test case in favor of removal from
Beaver Falls to Olivia. The removal
of the county seat from Beaver Falls
to Olivia was voted on last August
aud was carried by twenty-five votes,
but the opposition claimed fraud and
Irregularities in the petition and In
the election, nnd the matter has been
In court ever since. Beaver Falls is
live inlles from any railroad. It Is
the oldest town In the county, being
settled long before railroads were
built here. It has many historic In
cidents connected with It. Olivia is a
live, enterprising town and centrally
located.
GETS THE FAIR.
Sioux Palls Haa Captared thci Prlae
From Two Competitor*.
Huron. S. D., March 22. Sioux
Falls has been named by the state
board of agriculture as tlie place for
holding the state fair for the next six
years. Mitchell and Aberdeen were
Its competitor*. Sioux Palls pays ?1,
BOO the first year and ?1,000 each suc
ceeding year during the life of the
contract. It also pays all the adver
tising and printing bills, expenses of
board meetings, and furnishes
pounds and buildings and keeps the
name In repair. The fair will be held
the present year from Sept. 30 to Oct.
4, Inclusive. Oscar Kemp, C. N. Har
ris, W. D. Russell, George \V. Harris
and M. H. Kelly were named a com
mittee to close the contract with Sioux
Falls on Friday.
Eaeaped Front a Convent.
I/afayette, Ind., March 22. Mi#s
Carrie 1'ollard of Memphis, Tenn.,
the daughter ot an artist, came here
Monday and entered tlie Catholic St.
Elizabeth hospital to becomie a imn.
Yesterday while walking with a s's
ter in the enclosure of the hospital
she jumped the fence and sent word
to Attorney Wood, who went to the
hospital an.l secured the lndy's cloth
ing. She claims to have been so
frightened that she determined to' es
cape.
Thlrlr-Flve Are Iadleted.
New Orleans, March 22.—At noon
to-day the grand jury brought in iu
"••mients against thirty-five of tho
who participated In last Tues
day's rioting. Some of the indicted
parties arc already under arrest A
capias lias been issued for tbe others.
Hanged a Henreaa.
Fayetteville, Tenn., March 22—News
has reached here that Harriet Talley,
colored, was hanged night before .last
by mob near Petersburg. She 'was
suspected of burning the dwelling of
Baylor Marshall, near here, a few
months ago.
Shot Ulmaelf.
Lawrence, Mass., March 22.—Albert
E. Butler, cashier of the Arlington
bank, and secretary of the Massachu
setts street railway association, at
tempted suicide to-day by shooting
himself through the head. He Is not
expected to live.
The Cable Broke.
Bluuele, Ind., March 22.—The cable
broke and an elevator at the Muncie
pulp works dropped thirty feet to
day with three men on it. All of
them were seriously hurt
OXB SOLDIER SHOT.
Aa AeeUtat, Bat It Created a Com*
motion for a Short Time.
New Orleans, La., Special.—'Wallace
Stevens, aged twenty-four, a member
of Battery B, Washington artillery, on
guard at the Harrison line wharf, has
just been taken to the hospital, badly
shot. While Stevens was In the act
of sitting down his 38-callber revolver
fell from his belt striking tlie wharf
and exploded. The bullet entered his
body under the armpit. Inflicting a bad
wound. The report of the pistol at
tracted a large crowd to tbe scene, and
all ktu3s of rumors prevailed for a
while, and even the negro laborers
who were not twenty feet from Ste
vens when he shot himself, wanted to
quit work, not believing at first that
the shooting was accidental. It was
not until the wounded man was re
moved from the levee that matters
settled down to their normal condi
tion. The doctors do not think thai
•he wound will result fatally.
Will wea aa Actor.
London, Special.—The Times an
nounces the marriage of May Lever,
daughter of Dr. James Palfrey to
Wesson Grossmlth, the well kiwws
actor. ,r.
HE MUST
THE RECALL OF
TO* OK
this is tho. Report
hat Heather
Xor Mlalater Tharat^a
or Dear the Raparty
i!r=
Washington, March ii-It
ported here to-day' tbat
Uresham had demanded tha
Lorln A. Thurston, HawaBaaV
t* Washington, on the gfoattfc:
was persona non grata. .Whan''
tary Greahaiu's atVcutlon
this statement ho positively
to say any word In conOrmMMn ottili
nlal, and other officials'0& ttjf•
department allege' Ignore"
matter. It la known, hot..
there has been much friction
the minister and the atate
In the transaction of bualness,
back to Mr. Thurston's appointment)
as minister. Probably because he wt
It Is also rumored that,
4
aware of the ertate of feeling tonvai
himself Hie minister haa always beu_
singularly guarded and discreet In Ida*
public utterances, as far as cob now
recalled, so as not to subject 'blma_
to censure. Every effort hiia be
as
A
made, officially, to disguise, -tbe r-il '-1^
state of affairs. The Hawaiian min
ister's name haa been scrupulously la
}n fapc£»taavt»?whttfe
the diplomatic corps plays a pwt, aad
on at least one occasion he haa bean
tendered the honor of a special din
ner by Secretary Grcslxim, but It la
known lhat there have been etonay
Interviews between them. Minlstet
Thurston was seen nnd positively de
dined to discuss the matter. He waa
nt the legation office, busily engaged
In preparing a budget of official mail
to Hawaii. He entd the rcQort was of
such character that he would °.mnill
tain absolute silence. He did heft wtiml
this taken as an Intimation of anima
tion or denial. He waa aa^ed spe
cifically if he had been recalled and
declined to answer. He waa also spe
cifically asked as to the closing of Hw
state department against aad
made the same response.
Charged with Blnamr ast Obtalalag |i
Moaer I'ndrr -Falaa Pntaaaaa-
Philadelphia, March 21.—Richard •,'*&
Klueg, formerly of Milwaukee, -1mm
been arrested in this dty, charged with
bigamy, desertion and obtaining
money under false pretenses. Bluog,
It is mid, was recently married to
Miss Elizabeth Neuber. Tbe charge
The Heine Rogente was reported
missing on March 13. She had j:iat
conveyed from Cadiz to Tangier tha
returning Moorish mission to Spain.
The cruiser left Tangier on March 10
for Cadiz and her whereabouts haa
not been definitely ascertained until
to-day. Pieces of one of her boats rod
semaphore flags were reported to have
been picked up along the shore near
Ceuta and Tarifa. She carried a crow
of 420 officers and men, and all handa
are believed to have perished.
SEVERAL THOUSANDS SHORT.
Cashier Larrabee'a Books Da Nat
Balance and He Ia Mlaala*.
Chicago, March 21
.-Christopher W.
Larrabee, nephew of Gov. Larrabee of
Iowa, and cvisiiier and bead account
ant for Boyd. Stickney & Co., whole
sale coal dealers. Is missing, and, If all
accounts arc true, his bboks do not bal
ance by $20,000 or $23,000. Hla em
ployers and detectives have been look
ing for him since last Thursday. Tba
American Surety company will hiva
to make good $15,0Ti0 unless Larnabea
returns and proves It all a mistake. 4
woman Is said to be in tho case.
JAP OFFICIALS VISIT CHASQ.
Arrival of Chlna'a Peaea Haver at
Shlmoaoaekl.
Shlmonoeskl, March 21.—Viceroy LI
Hung Chang and his suit arrived here
this morning In order to negotiate for
peace between China and Japan. Tbe
envoys from the Japanese foreign of
fice immediately visited the steamer
conveying tlie Chinese viceroy, and
later LI Hung Chang, accompanied by
Mr. John W. Foster, the American ad
viser of China, visited the Japanese
minister of foreign affairs. M. Marian
Munemistu.
HO INVESTIGATION
Ot the Expert Prlnter'a DepartaiaM
—The Law Is Defective.
St. Paul, March 21. The prohaldtV
ties are that nothing more will be dona
In the investigation of the printer ex
pert of the state. The subcommittee
has found no cause to ask for a spe
cial investigation. There were no IP
regularities on the part of Mr. Rx
inaley, but. In tihe opdnlon of some of
the members, the law Is defective. In
that It requires the state to furnMa
the stock.
Sentenced to Suae,
St Thomas, Out, Special. At
10:30 the jury In the Hendershott
Welter murder trial camejnto court
with a verdict of guilty of murder
against both prisoners and Judge
Meredith sentenced both men to bs
hung .Tunc 18. William- Henry Hn
dershott, aged 24. resided 'With hla
uncle, John Hendershott, In Middle
march township, near this city and la
September last took out a 75,000 In
surance policy on his life, followed by
another |(1,00( In November, both pay
able to the uncle. William DavM
Welter, aged 24, also resided with Ihh
uncle. On Dec. 24 Hendershott wfB
killed.
fl
Secretory
Gresh.-vm has decided to demand tha
recall of the Spanish minister.'
KLCBO lit A BAD
BOX.
of
desertion and bigamy is preferred by
his wife, who, with her children, nn
still living In Milwaukee. It is al
leged that Kluejr desei'tod her about a
year ago, and nothing was heard fr
him until his wife saw a Philadelp'iha
paper containing a notice that a D'ln
by the aairae name had been mnn'.ed
to Miss Xeuber. The charge of ob
talnlug money under false pretenses'
was preferred agalnat Kleug by a
woman named Augusta Krams, a'so
of Milwaukee. She alleges that by
false representations he induced her to
buy several shares of stock in a cor
poration known at the Kleug, Baler
& Stull company, supposed to be do! off
business nt Cudahy, a suburb of Mil
waukco, but afterward proved to beg
mythical concern.
no LONGER ANY DOUBT.
Dettntte Informntlon ot the Wreak at
Ihe Relan Reffente.
Card'Iz, March 21. The Span**
cruiser Alfonso XII. has returned hm
after a search for tlie missing crui set
Beina llegente and reports having
found the latter vessel sunk near iJo
Acletanos, not far from the Straits of
Gibraltar. The Alfonso XII. has re
turned to the scene of the wreckom
with a numb or of divers and diving
appliances In order to recover tha
bodies of the crew of the sunken war
ship.
f%-"
MaaaCaetalVra
3i--
Sola* to Cnaado.
eny of Northern and Central Kansas
emigrants whlcb went to Edmwiton In
the Province rff Alberto, British Co.. #M
lumbla. a year ago, la tote followa|fc^%
In a few days by another large
from Concordia,. Clyde-X
other towns In that section.
iln i—
Boston. SpeciaLV-Thc
man Bros., fc Ca:, mann
window ahadefljVwent
today srtth Hrtilltlet .i

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