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The Seventy-ninth Annlveriary o) Oen. Grant's Birth Cele brated at Galena, III. A NUMBER OF GUESTS FROM CHICAGO. Amii Tkrra ma Iter, rraak W, laaaataa, Who vtae the Oralai ( the Oar. aa4 Who Uvrelt I'poa the Innate Honesty thai reriaeat d Oraat'a Character. Galena, III., April 28. The seventy ninth annivertnry of the birth of (Jen. Grant wni celebrated here. The' oc cation wa the tenth of a aerie and In erery respect was successful. The speaker of the day. Iter, Dr. Frank W. (lunssulu. and a party of uialln-fc-ulthcd Ruril" arrived from Chicago at HIS o'clock and Her cacorUd to Turner hall. Her. Dr. (JunnnuW ddre wr warmly received by on Immente uudi' ncc. The city Ma decornted It. honor of the event, which wa par tlclpatcd In by leading citizen of town and Tillage within a radlii of 100 mile. Letter of regret were rend from Mm. !cn. (lrant, Mr. Kartorli, Admiral Dewey, Senator Chauncey M Depcvv, Senator Allium and nthew prominent American. Win. lllpplili prralilent ol the (IrnfU lllrthday uo tlatlmi, drllvcrrd tho adilrru of wcl COIttr, Iter, Frank W. (lutisnulut, the on lor of the day, In tha coitrtc of hlf ildrr, MM! "Wo nro M(.rltir of Ih mentory nl (Irani only when we hvo hi nnnm.l tv. atrnlahl'nrwar,lti..a. Iierilrtl au-1 -nao of Justice ii wnnl Iho men nl every rare, it I iirmoraitiin: lor u 1.1 .arntle nur thallow sc-illlm ua to thj vslun or amain Itmllon ami Ilia necessity nl linnctft aunrae for Ilia ncaro In tin nri..nr. ill llita area! tialna mid arK I.I simulate rnnlintmrnt n to lha con'llllnt, of ilia rrcilm.'n when ilia uiunuer nt ni unromrornlslui rlrhteousticia flit nui m. Juatlrt mutt l-o iImio In lha necr who ha Ilia ballot III lila hand nnl llll franchise must b protected, ur wa must at tin. Into ! of hyporili with (lrnl' monumrnt rAaitna- a ehatl uw over ua. Our American Ufa herd Hoar, nvr lirfore, to emulate tha mnn who was aa itcriUe a lie wn tlrons. hj Haver knew how In boast an.l who lie llavcd In llio simplicity or rlKhtcousnea. It ni Grant who prevented ilia rvpublt. riom breaking Ha moral contract mail by tha the Hrrrnliaik. Mild It will ha tin jvnwriran spirit alien aa wa incn tuw in carnated In Orant at n moin-nl whn dlvltlfhla wrra ciunlrd mora preilou than honor or rranhoo.1, which ahull now ledcrtn our I'leilirrn to the negro who wa a crrectlv a the greenback In helping 10 ntimy nur uaa, "When (Irani rent Rherldan to 1,nut. ana to carry Juailca In tha nearo. hi wa u rrnohncatils-n which mutt ulaaya I mm llvo that a Hag worthy of morel will protect It cltlirn. blutk or white, front outing and wronir. It will requlf atern heroism at the north in heal back a wava of ruiercllloua an! unmanly prejudice senilis! iho nraro which will .1 prucilrnlly dt-prli him of hi civil rlKtit aa that aama jireluillca onrn enslaved nlm nt tho aoiilh. It la a grrut lUy when Wise, of Virginia, who Itn In hi blond Ilia incinott' of thai VIe, of Vlrglnli, who hunir John llruwn. aland rourage oualv naulnat Iho apparent deendenco of fna Union league cluh of Kuw York-lty mil hrlim In bring II baik to lha aland, mil timlvr whlili It fought In lha i!aa of tlrant unit Lincoln. It waa nirrrniitllltin which o'aa willing lo rrinH Lincoln ami Irani to ba inrrrcillvo acnlnit tho alnva IKiwrr nearly forty cnr ago. It la nown ixldrn mill greedy cominrrrlallant whl-li lliokea the coitHclcnca of thn republic, and nothing but lha lino of juatlra In which tho awunl of (Irani wan nhartwniMl unl ground will aave our nation and our con elllutlnn na before. Hu long na atutn iiov errlgnty injy annul rnntllutlonl anirmt. rneni and drairoy tha liberty or threat, en tha baliot of nn Air.erlrnn eiilren, b lie black or. white, wo nro utterly un worthy of lha liirn.ory of Ular H. Irunt. Ill aplrli ulon make u n nation. THE FLOOD IN THE OHIO. Water ItecrillitK at tliirlanall, hot Cundlllima llelotr that Cllr Very llail, Qnclnnntl, April 2S. Tlie Ohio rlrer haa rnntlniied falling lonly hern Inco yetenlny. Thn vtenther Imrcnii predict It will bo lielnw thn ilnnijcr line of 50 feet to-morrow. Syphon pump were clcnring the cellar to day whrro Hie water ha receded. navigation, Including mnny lghtce Ing cjtcurlom, wa reaumrd to-day Further down the river on both tin Kentucky nhorc and thn Imllana title, the cnmlltlon are reported a very tiad. Jut itbntn llenderton. Kr.. there I danger of tho channel being cnangeti. A DISCREDITED REPORT. ah llepailnient of Avrleulttir line Kol Uellete the (Handera In lenlallnn Itory. Wnihfngton, April 20. Tho depart tnent of ngrlciilturo haa received no Information bearing on the report that novo been circulated In Lngland, charging Jlocr rmlnrlc with Inocu latlng harne thlpied to Kouth Africa with glandcr and other mnladlc. Pccrctnry Wilton plnce no credence In tho tory. lln any, however, that it la polble it might hnve bevti done, probably ny iioitlrr or other attend' ant aboard rhlp if at all. There lull been no exaniliintlon of the lior ahlpment by tha depnrtmcnt'a rcpre aentntlve, a the llrltUh agent never have requested uch lnectIon. Wliennala nt World' Fair. Mndlnqn, Yll April 28. The atrtte leglalatuie, on Friday, paed the bill appropriMing t25,ooo for portlclpa tlon in the Ioullana lurcbne eipoil tlon, and providing for the appoint ment or a cotamiMloner ana the pay nient ol ni txpente. To glorjpnbllo Whlat I'artlea. Valtham, Ma., April 29. Mayot Mouard haa Itiuea an edict to the no- lieu to atop whlat partte. Walthara la u, great whtt city, and tit game baa dovcloped a craze wita decided jumbling tendtnele. MISSOURI STATE NEWS. Chlldreo and llaralnaT Itrnafa. Ornce, the four-year-old daughter of John Field, near Louisiana, died from burnt. The child, with n broth er and alster, both but allghtly older, waa playing around a burning bruh heap. Her clothcn caught fire, and be ran ttcreamlng toward the home. Bhe reached u wire fence epnratln(t her from the houne, and, clinching a wire In her tiny hand, hung there until every thread of her elotne burned from her liody. Her mother, who wa on n lck bed, heard Iter ecream and ran to help her, but, overcome by wenkne, he fell be fore lte retched the burning thlld. In heer draperatton the dragged her elf to the fence, but could only reach between the wire. The moth er wa badly burned, without being bio to help the child, and I In a critical condition. the Pell Aaleen, Dettle llnlley. colored "fell ntleep," in a. Ilttln old ahnnty on the rlrer front, In St. Ioul, and when Annie Young, with whom the lived, went to waken Iter, the found the old woman wa dead, Iletlle llalley wn very old. When the French flag wa hauled down where the great rlty of St. Louie I, and the Btr unil Htrllw unfurled. llcttlo wn a little girl. She wild the waa 110; and while the may have been younger, her weatherbeaten and wrln klcd furo and tnuw-whlto hair trttl- (led tlint thn wan very old. "When I die, jutt don't hnvn any tervlce. and let I Im city bury me, nnd It It won't, then go down and tell them to put (hi old body In the titer nnd let It float nway." She told thl n few hour beforn her death. The city burled tha remain in the pottcrtlleld. Iterenl llealha. Mr. Cerlll.i A. ItanMn, widow of I,. J. Ihinklii, decented, nt l)f Solo. Mm. Until. In wn iMirit nt llerctileiiruni. Mo.. April 1 1. 123, nnd wa it tlttrr of er-tiov, l letrher. Mm. T. J. I nrrliigton, wife of n prominent merchant of Ladduiila, Atidrnlii rounly. Judge W. II. Murphy, of Pulstkl county, ngrtl 57. lln nerved ill the civil war, nnd Intt it Irg with Slier- mti n nenr Atlnntn, (la. lln wit the only irpubllrnii eer elected to ex. ecutlvo iilllcc III l'tilatkl county, ami at one time wn thn republlenii liom- lure fur emigre ngalntt II. 1'. Illnnd Tho funeral wa lurgely nttrnded. Ilnnk llnlilier Arrealeil. Chief of Police Lore of tied ill In hna been npprltrd (if tho n r rent of Irwin (lumlml, at Vliicriiui', Intl. (IninUil, together with nephew nn'mi'd fm man, nre nlli-grd to lime robln-d the Ilnnk of Conimrrrn of Sedtilln of tl", 000, on tha nltrrnonn of Augut I, ib'Ji. Frreium I now tcrtlng u 14 yrnrt' tentence ill the I milium peni tentiary. Attempted Ilnnk llobbery. Ilnnk mlilicr nttemptrd to Mow okmi the vault of the Duller county bunk nt l'ophir DltilT, but were fright filed nwny iH-fom they teeiired nny lnKity, Tha iitlli'lnl of thu Uiuk were given Information tlx week ago lo tho effect that nn ntteiupt would ba inado to rob thu bank. To (lie Mnle llonril of llrnllh. The governor Itn unpointed the fnl lowing ph)lclnn on the lutc board of health! II. (1. Ilytnrt, ran. .Mon ro.! county; A. W. McAIetter, loluni' bin, llnoiio county; W. 1'.. Morrow, Kntnui City, .Inckaon county; J. I Thatcher, Oregon, Holt county. Called tn n rnrelte Chnme. Klder lMgur M. Itlrhinnnil, of Mn enn, who war n candidate fnr con grrtt Irotn tha rim iiitirlct iat year. hn been called to the pit-tornl of the LhrKIInn cliurrli In Invetti' nnd will begin ill labor thu Krai Sunday In May. Commlaaloned l.lealenanl-t'oliinel, V. J, Knlver. of JeITerou City, hat been coiniulailourd a lletlleiiiiut-ciil onel on tho military tnlT, by (lov, Dockerr. Mr. Knlaer wn nlm n tneui' ber of tho HtulT of (lov. Stephen. (lravn Inalead of the Allar. v..i IV ltj.n,lr. 1?10 llulL-er alreel. St. l.onl". took carbollu urld nnd illetl a few hour lieforv tun tunc tet inr n dnulilo wedding, of which he wna to be onti of tnu groom. I'nrnirr ( bnruril Willi Araon. (Irnnt (llp(n, nn extenlo fnriner hit lie toutliem part of Miirnn coun ty, IniH been nrrettetl on tho eltnrgo of nron. Ill burn burned trverul mantliH ngo. The llayliird llleaalnir I'allurr, Ctiylord &Mlli'alng, St. Loula bro ker, who fulled aeveral week ago, have llabllltle of ubout $.',3u,0OO, mid creditor will recelvo ubout nine pe sent. Additional lliirnl llellvery Additional free rural delivery will bo cttnblUhed May 1 at Chilllcnthi' There will bo llvu carrier; length o route H0i mile; population, J, 100, Want f'J.ooo tlainauea. Conrad Kllppert, a Mncon county farmer, ho died n lt for J3.000 ngalnt J. II. Coleninu, tv real elnto dealer, of Iowa, charging libel, nuralara Wreck a aloou. llurgluia entered n uloon nt Col der, Lufnyrttfl county, wtcckch ine afe with nitroglycerine, tccurrd 100 In catti und made their cacape. rir at Btvaet tprlnaa. Flro In the butlnet portion of Bweet Siirlng, Saline county, de stroyed the J. D. Smith grocery ttoro and II. U I'aura dental omce. A Fatal Kail. Sidney Flnley, of Norwood, Wright lounty, fell from an electrlo car at Carthagr.and died within a few hour from concuiiiou oi mo Drain- GENERALS IN CONFERENCE. Arraaaement for Withdrawal ol Troop Depend L'poo In Mln lalera41thar Matter. Pekln, April ISO. The genrrnlx of the power held a conference ycaler- day morning, to comldrr the iitelloii of the withdrawal of the troopa, and decided to nddrea a note lo the mln Ittrr Informing them that when tha nilnlvtrra are able to announce the lump mm demanded a Indemnity and the Chliierc titi re ngreed to the prlit- Iplc of payment, arrnngrment will be iotllil(t for withdrawal. The other matter illaciitted wers the handing over of the admtntat ra tion nt I'rkln to native ofllclal and the plan for the command of the le gation guard, a to whether thl loinmnnd rhould Ik centered In one ollleer or rnch delncliment altould be Indepeiidi lit. Itegnrillng the. government of I'rkln It wo decided to allow the Clttneta gradually to oxtumn more cnptrol un til the civil government wa entirely In their lmnd, the military only cxrr- citing iMxthe tuiicivliilun. Ih- (irrinnnt were virtually caught In n trap near the Ku-Kwnn pnaa. V drtnehinent of XU had 4i rnunlttrt, while thn Chine? Iomm-m are talil to hute U-eii iiuminnl. The (criiinn cxtii illllou i return Ing, leaving the country greatly dltaf Intnl. owing lo thn linrilalilim Inillct- ril vitK.it the Hipulntliiii. Altugethei the expcillllon niipearH to halo pro. ilurrtl n vers' bud rlTccl. The current Cliinrm gotalp I that the (icriu.in wi-n itrhrit buck with li-my loiiaet, anil thl I Implicitly k lie.vid by the bulk of thn people. SURPRISED A DOER LAAGER. Kllelienee'a enMla,l'tiiler (Jen, (Irea fell, niirprUed nnd faplnred Vnn Itrnabiiu'a Laager. Itnilon, .try-r aaai--tvril Kitchener ri'inirt lo thn wnr ofllcn from I'rrtn- rlii. under ilute of April 2, n follow! Kitchener a lighting remit, under reiifell, luiti- turprlaed unil rapturrd Mm llenrliurg'H longer nt KIIwlnm, north of rirlrrthurg. Seven lloer wen- killed mid 37 tnnilo prUonrr. Llitbt tlK.uiniidrnuitil of iimmuiiltliiii and nil the wiignna, rnrt, iixrn.hnrte and mule were cuptureil. Our only enaunity wn nnu wounilril. 1 lie oilier (olumiiH reinirt tl killed SS tukm prlMinrnsCT aurrcnderpil and 1 iiilck-iiu r rnpltirril. Aiiotlier illtpiilch from Iird Kitrh er.er, ilulril rri lotht, April 29, tuyat lirn. Illnnil lia (llteotered, lit Hot cnknl.Soiitli African Hi public golem mi til ilmunient nnd it large number or bank iioIcm. ilyng hu had n fight with Doer nn the lliiMitnlnnil Imriler, ttiutli of Wepenrr, mid killed the. "limift'll, In' mldltltiii to the cnti tuir reported, gol 3K,S00 round of .mull until ummunllloii. At Mlcnliiirg 20 lloer Itnvi tur renilerrd." TO HOUSE BOER PRISONERS. The United States Being Made the Dumping Ground for the Worst Class of Italians. The llrlllr.li lliivrriinirnt Hi, 1.1 lu Have I.eMaril llnrrell'a lalnnd. In tlio llermudn llrniip. llnnilllon, Ilcrmuihi, Tliurtdny April 21. There I ciiiialdf robin ex vlti-iueul nt preaent In Ilcrmuihi over tin expt-t'tcil nrrliul of 1,700 liner iirlaoner. The llrlltah gnteriiment Itn leaaetl Parrel! Inland, on of llu htrgrat I lamia lu llui tininil, unit within ipinrter of n nil In of Viir.li'klirv fur nnu venr, with thn option of re llnipilrlilng It on it month' notice, 1 ticker lalnnd hu nln been litanect ed, but up In April 21 no dellultc act tlrmeiit hit been Hindi! In regard tc II. "GIVE US BREAD OR WORK. The I nriiiilord al l.ruibrrK llald (be llrrad lloolha nl the Miirkrl rin.e. I'i!il-rg, (lallcla, April 30. A rlnb nil muli of the rlty' unemployed ye leruny rniiliil the lircuil luiotlia tit th marhi'V pi.ice, i.inuilngi "(llvo lu lirend or work." Thn mob lmriulri! the atrrct, breuklng hlioii wluilnn, 'I roup llunlly urrhetl unit dlH'reu thn rioter. A depiitu'.lou of thn unemployed vimicii ine tiiirgoiiiiiaier anil goternur K.'imilig to their iittett Inn the olll clnl held out Himu hnH) that work wnuni ttion na oiiinlunlile. CHINESE MADE GOOD DEFENSE The llermnna unrnl Cnnalileralilt Lata In IMaloilKlnu; the Chlneav I'roni the Khan Nl ruara. Deilln. April 30.-I)lpntrhca front I'cklii aluiw that thn dermnn hnd a Jllllriilt tntU In carrjlng thn paue Icntllnj' Into Minn hi province. The only nppronehe went Mcep mniiutalii tide on the niliuiicliig (iermnn. lie tide ititiny old gun, 18 ipilck-llrer were captured. Tlte Herman loaaea were nil nlllccr nntl teven men killed, and four olheer nnd 35 men wounded, Not I'xeiupl from Tax. Wnthlngtou, April 30. Commlitlon rr uf Internal Itevenuu Ycrke hat Item that cxnrru rreelnt for coml 'id merchnmllKe to be trantnorlrd from the United State to a foreign country nre not exempt from tux tin, der decltlon of the United State mi prenin court In the matter of export Lin i.ii uiiib ui inning. (letting- Optlona na Lame Kalatri Sail Juan de Porto IMcn. Anrll in It I reported here that tho American Sugar Defining Co. ! getting options on large ettatei here. WELL-KNOWN BRI6ANDS AMOHS THEM. Three Moled Oallawe Said to ho Tlon la Kaaaa City, Whero They Art I'adar fnlle Snrvelllaaer Oal Imnlaratlon Law Set at .Xaoabl with laapaally. New York, April 30-The Herald aytt Italy I making ot lite l.'nlleil Statet a dumping ground for her criminal nd pauper. Thl feel ha liecn for cibly called to the attention of the local aiithorltle by the nrrivnl in thl port of three Italian hrlgund whoic depredation made them a teounge to the province in which they were rrnrrd. Detpalrlng of being rellcvd in any other manner, thn merchant iikii whom they had preyed made up liberal purtc, with which the three were tent to Amerlcn, arriving here. with money enough in their pocket to cnithle them to land uiupicatlonetl, Are t'niler Hurtelllanee. Tliew three iiullnw who enroun. ttrril no oloitnclc to bur them from entering thl country nre now In Knu en City, Mo. Warning hu liern tent out by I'ollee Cominlatloucr Murphy to the Ktiiiitin City poller ofllclul who now halo the 1 1 ii lln (in under ttrlct po llco turvrlllniici. After tlielrrrltnl In New'ork th brlgnnd lived In n iptlet luaiiiier, lurtinwhlle maturing their i1uii for u currcr of crime In the went. Mil nil laolnlrd Cwae. Ciiiiimliainuer Murphy fotinil that thl I no hnlntrd cate. 'Italian crimlnnl," ald thr ciiin. inUtloncr. "aio pouring Into New York on cviry thlp that bring liiitul grnuti. Popular belief thntotirlawkbar out crlintunlH unil pauper I n mlatak- cu belief. It iniiy bo that the Italian government ha no pari In the tchrme, but It I -llll trim Hint the I'ldlcd State I being made the dumping ground, receiving the cat-olT from the 1 1 it I lun prlnoii und pauper ItOUHC," KILLED BY AN EXPLOSION. ril Men Killed tad gavaral lajarrd bf aa Daaialalaed Mine Eiptoaloaat Alderton. I T, 8outh McAIetter, I. T April SO. An explolon of ga occurred In the mine of the MeAIester Coal Co. nt Al demon, Saturday morning, by which five men lotl their live, even were in Jurcd nnd another I reported mla Ing, The kilted nre: Kmnnuel Tnylor, colored, Wiley Clark and brother, colored. Andrew Dretcol. Dointnlco Wetoluty. Tlie Injured nret Ed. Andrew, col ored, bunted; Vol. Wood, bumed, not tcrloutly; l'aul Hotuk, burned terloti lv! Mme (Jnrrvtt. colorcd.nrm broken. A mon who live Willi joe ictro vlteh and n man who lire .with (leorge Darling were bumed, the lat ter cvere!y. Joe l'etrovlteh I Dilating. It wn not known nt the time the reporter vlalted the mine whether he wan killed or had 'coma out and gone hnme. Two other were temporarily over come by fire damp, but oon recovered after being brought out. Tim rxploilon occurred nbotil a qunrter to teven o'clock yettcrihiy morning, nt nlmut the entry, be tween Shaft Five nnd Slope Seven, which led to the tame mine. About one hundred nnd twenty-live men were working In the mine lit the time. It la not definitely known whether gn Ignited, but It teem probable Mint tnino one of the men 11 red u ehot Mint the thnt-flrer hnd not tired. Tin llrer enter In the even. Ing nfter the miner lenvr and lire all the idiot or blati that the miner have prepared. Sometime allot nro not well prepared, and the tliul llrrr refuse lo Urn thein. (Ircnalonnlly in tlietn rate the men nftcrwnril Urn thrau thllt tliltimelle", though till I ngnlut the rule of thn company. It I thought Mint Mil wn done, yeiter day morning by Mime of the men who were nfterwijrd killed or In lured by the exploalon. The iTend MTffclil! a-' phyxltited. A WEAK-M1NDED JUROR. Ilemlered at Verdict lo I'lraar lha tltlier Jnrymeii nml la otv norry for II The ( nllnhnn Verdlrl. ANOTHER NATURAL WONDER. A Wnlrrfall Three I III ml red lrat lllut, lllaeuvereil In Yeltiiiv alone illliuinl lnrk. Omaha, Nell., April 20.- "I wn thn twelfth man on the Jury to vole for ( nllnhnn nrotilltnl, tnld . II. l ul lcr yinterdny, and 1 at nod nlonr from the third ballot, nhout nine o'clock Sulunluy night, until thrrn o'clock i Sunday morning. 1 believe now, n I licllcud then. Mini Callnhnn had nut proved nn nllbl, mid that there wu tulliclritt evidence to cuntlct lilln, but fur tlx hour I Mood alone there. Ml thrill never forgive inytelf fnr yielding. I wl.li now Mint I lnid tlnyed with them and hung tlie Jury, n I tnld nt thu beginning 1 would do rather thhii vote lor iirnulttnl W. II Moore. IM. Shuw und other Jurymen eoueurreil In Mm fiirmer'u xlntemetil, "I rendered a verdlrl lu neeiiriliini'K with my underttuntllng of the elldenee under the liiKtruvtluu of the court. The proteciitloii termed In Il.tnL ll.nl nil ll ,.-...,1,ul ,n ...nu I to prove n rouneetlon between Cronu "c ! nnd ('illinium. Crowe hnx never been St. l'aul, Minn., April 3n.Wird has Jtltl lieen received here of the ill covery of another natural wonder In thn YcllowKtnur Nnllnual park, Jnmr Mntherii'iin, deputy nunc !,rlr'1i'"Vr".',T; 1,,."!,"'a ''"vleted nntl hi, guilt I not ii fore ; '., . ,. i, . .. ' . gone ciiiielui-lon. ' nnineil "Ini.t lull." I he till were ,., A1(rm.,. in ikiv ciiii-imi, i,.ii nun ii nun iiiuen Itnrthwrtt of Hell' Half Acre. A per ton can go within loo ynrd of llirtti nnd never In! nunrr of their prcnctice Tin wilier plunge from u compant Mvu level to n theer depth of 3no feet or more. A ilenae growl It of limber nvcmliiulowH tin alieet of fulling wit ter, and n nruu can walk to the very brink without reulllng hi danger, except for the warning thunder of the tumbling wtiter. Mr. I.ealliermnn any a trull run be cntlly cut to the phice, und U-llevet It will become more popular Minn Yi. I low at one Full, owing to Ita at trurtliu turruuuillng. RAGING FOREST FIRES. Much llamnar lleluil Dune In Mleh. iHnn nnd WlaeunalM leople llaeiiuilntl Alarmed. low ii l'nlla, Wla., April 30. Foreat fire nre raging nenr Mil city, nnd people ore becoming alarmed. The wind I Mowing 10 mile nn hour, and unlet ruin comet n large amount ot farm property will be tlentrojed. TlK wood Kouth of the city have been burning for teternl tiny, and Mm llrt department ha lieen kept bitty nil twerlng nhirm. Special from Ton; nnd Appnliinln, Wl., report lire ncti't thonu pluee und thiit tlie village urt thruiided In amuki. Laene Trnel of Timber lurnliiK. Trnierm City, Mleh.. April 30. Had forett fire were rnglugiit l'oiiehc, It mite from here, and the dcHit I It) danger of deatructlon, A large Irnci of vnlttnble timber I nu lire, thu wood on liotli tide of Mm triii'tv nlKiut the Cttrp Ijike renirt belnj nbln7e. Thern Itn been no rain foi three week, und eterythlng I ,vcrj dry. Two gang uf tretloii men were tent out to fight the fire, mid farmer and lumbermen In that vicinity are n alttlng. The Plre al thr Ilurolhy Con I ant) Coke I'lnnl, nt l.alrobr, !. , Lot robe. Ph., April 30. Tito lire at the Dorothy coal nnd coke plunt of the Americun Steel Wire Co., which tnrtcd Sunday night, Is Mill burning. Stipt. llogcn. nnd Wni, Olll, who wcru utereome by moke, have rerovereil, and no fatalltle will retult from thu oxplonion. It I known now that all the miner escaped. A pljic line haa been laid Into tlte month of tha bla ing pit and tho mine will be flooded. The lo to the plant will reach abaut 110,000; covered by Inturance. I dor not agree with lieu. Covtnu In Mm Mat,- ineut Mint ('nllnhnn thnuld not bo tried nn tlmchnrgr of grnnd larceny unil luiae liiipritunmrut. Jin nvt "When ( allalian'a lawyer liut In Hi, I.- pi en for hi releate on ' tha ground Mint he ha already been tried und neipilttetl on the nlTcnae chnrgrd In nil three Infiinuntlont, the Mate will oppote the plea, lie la In the tame poM I ton. n it man who I ehnrged with lmtli natntilt nnd rob bery would lie If he were acquitted on one or the other of the chnrge. DEPARTMENT STORE BURNED. Coallr I'lre at I'lllaborub, la. A core uf Fnmlllea llomrleaa and Una I.I fa Loal. I'lttkburgh, I'll., April 30. Fire nt the earner of Curton nnd Seventeenth Mrcct, oulli tide, retultetl In the lot of one life, a property lot cKtlmnted at S22S,bno, conatimed over n dozen building, nud rendered a tcorc of families- hotiu'let. Tha (la met were dlncuverrtl lu the bnacment 'of the fnur-ttory drpnrliurnt ttore of (corgi II. I.urteh & Ilro., und In n very abort time thu entire building wn burning furlotttly. It wn lu ruin within 30 minute. A panic unatied among thu cutlnmrr nnd employe, which rertilted In what teemed nt lint ii well-founded report that eight perron nntl perlahril. Till wn huppl ly untrue after the tiro had Ix-en con trolled, the only fatality being the burning to death of Mr. Kntu Don ley' tno-nnd'ii-hnlf-year-nld child When thu lire broke out Mr. Donlev and child were on tho fourth floor of the Lor. el i building. In her hatte to recipe the mother fell on the stulr way nnd wu rendered uncontetou. In the excitement the child wa either forgotten or burned before uld could reach it. Fall Amon( I'lillltllanat. Indinitnpolls, Intl., April 30. A pe clnl to tho Sentinel lrom Marlon, Ind. tnyai David Nation, htttband ot Carrie Na Mon, the Kama reformer, wu robbed of 78 in rnth, oma jewelry and hi return railroad ticket to Wichita, yes terday. Ml. riatlon I vlnltiiiL hi tl ter, Mr. John MIIU, at South Marlon, nud attended a dog nnd pony thow Ii Marlon jeaterdoy afternoon. It i old ho .lulled n mtoon after leaving ine cirtut, ana n u nueged Mint it was In thl pliro that hu wa robbed. n ON nu III The President and Party Leave the National Capital ana tne Long Trip Is Begun. FRIENDS GAVE A HEARTY FAREWELL. Mr. M.KI.Ier r.n n'""'"g; loom of tho t.r -....ed to th. Preolde-f. I rival l, neaollfallr Decorated with Itoaea aad Olher Flowara 4.ti tn The trnini AVotmngton, which I. to carry Fre.ldent and Mrs. McKlnley and their party on their long exeurtlon . the continent ,J Ttaiek made It .tart prccltely on. schedule time, over the Souther,., road, llelorc nine ociock .im.., . pie had congregated about the ata Mon. and when tlte pretldent and .Mr... McKlnley arrlteu tne u..u... .1........1. ami mtny lierton were- congregnled on the outtlde. o-i .... n rheer n the nretldent'a Immediate party drove up lo the tn .. .. .....rnt iiciimnttratliin :I 1IOI1, Uli" , , , nITertlonato regnnl a the head of tbr iinllon nnd hi WHO innnc m i. i.u ..nuil iii the trnln. Mr. inroiiKii McKlnley leaned upon Mir nnn of nr. Illxey, Olid lioth n n"" '"o iimmuii, ....liJ..I In reaiHinte to the greeting which met them nt every tep. They were accompanied to tne irniu in .......... i.!... I nml liv iiinnv iH-raonm ,11 I won -- . JMIiiguhOiid In I hi nlTalr of thu na tion. IVrantittrl (if the I'aeir ri.M .nri. Iiicliiiled Secretary (Inife. Secrelnry Hoot, Senntor llnlinn, ,lu i.... i..u'..t.nti. ilcn. Mile, (leu. Cor- bin, Men. Sternberg. Secretary While, of the American eitinntty 111 iinuoii. ( dniiiiUt.iiiier ur reiiMon i.vuna,, C. mi,! mile.- Dtivvr. Men. Date, Ah fl.tiint I'ottmntter fienernl Sli.tllen barger, Ciiiigrettmuii l.lvlitgttnn, and iniiny ladle of thn cnblnct circle. The rrealdent'a rrnalc car, tr. li.llilav fiiiintt Ihn ilrnulno- f ,1... a. .It. .1.. n.tnr.1, ttltlel. it,. nnd the pretldent nrr to occupy beau tifully decorated with rote ami oth er llow era. rthe tpnke grairiuiiy 01 .1.. . i.....t, 1 r..i n... ..r br rrl..n,1a nnd trilling hertelf betide n window,. lacing 1 hp crowd, contiiiucii 10 aiuuc 1 1 ,.. 11 ,1.. U..U V trutn inoi cd out. The president took in poti'.ion on tne reur piiiiiorm 01 ,1... (llt...ntn lu.t.t.. tlu.p.ln.1' llllnh. link, lint In hand, a brilliant eartia. lion in in uiitiuuiiuie ami n tuuiu up on hi face. Mnrlril rroniltlljr on Time, Jilnl a Mm inlntite hand (if the big- I....I. It. .1... .11.... ....!.. .1 .1... In.,,. ,l.l. ,., n,.,,,u,i ,,,,1 IU., point lite trnln tlnrtid upon It 10,n(n nine journey. in- crown cueereii en Miutlnttlcully and waved n gombby. The ilcmonttratluii wu contliitied mi Ml lite trnln left the envlrunaof W.t.li- Ingtoii, the crowd extending well to thu city limit. ISTHMIAN CANAL TREATY. Admiral Hewer Alinriivca lite lro poaed lrovllon lUlnlilUhlnir Hie elllrall()' lif the ('mint. 'fA' V...L'. Anrll fin V ..u.t..l . .. the Herald from Watlilngtoti nyi 111 agreeing in insert In Mm pro lw,ft...l Ull..t..li ,n,,,.l ... t I - ". ,,.,, j ,, I,,,,,,. "Ion ctlnbllthlng the iieutrnllty of the projeeled waterway. Secretary liny hit taken netloii which meet with. ine 1, 111 upprovni 01 Ailmlrnl Dewey mid the majority of nitial nlllccr. When tnlil tliut the president would, pledge the United Stntc to observe Mm principle of ncutrnllty lu the con. Trillion under negotiation, the ad Inllill ejaculated. "Splendid! More than a year ugo V vald that the canal should in ucutrnl, I am mure convinced to-day of the liecetslly of tuch netlnn. Kr'ectlnn ol fortlflcQlInn would make the canal, one of the prime, objective of'uur enemies' op. nil Ions lu time of war. Ileslde their conrtructlon would en tall ennriutiu rxtM'iisn im,! .......... ti..,.. ronrtiiut expenditure to keep them ...-,,.,, iIIMi in proper cnnilltlou. I tee no ueeeivlty for I hem. "The neutrality Mie citnal can bo gunruntced by nur licet. The canal I to be n commercial wnterwav, nntl iiciitrnll'titlnii, thcrtfore.wlll inennlu. prtkervutliin," THE SUNDAY LAWIN OMAHA. Kun.ln, wa n Hrr" llnr and oihrt. Inilualrlra Will ba Cloard . et Nunilar, Omaha. Xeb., April 20.-In accord ance with nu onler of Mayor Moore, nil saloon were lightly ,.!,.,! ft.m, Suturdny night until Monday morn ing. Tho mnjor promle now to go. Mm whole length nnd atsert that next hunilny barU-r .hop., Ixill p,,,,,., Mienter und even newsboy w bn. placed tinder the ban. The stringent action result from an iitutlon by tne press. lllval for Am. Mean Cotton. Tneomn, Wnh April 30.-Th. tteomahlp Oopnck bring, new that, thr .hlpment. of raw cotton from tho. United States to the orient will b greatly affected by Immcn.c pur. ch..e. of llombny cotton, J.t ,', by the Cotton Splcr' !, cm. bracing the Inrge.t cotton mttnufa". tircr of Jap,,,,. Tlu,,p u' bought S50,ooo bolt to l ,,.! within the next few ,, quantity, the .Nippon Yuten Kalth" win carry 100,000 tiole. at IS rupcc,