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VOL. XLXX. no 201.
The Boston Store DAVENPORT LACES Arc almost exclusively used tor trimming this spring. THE BOSTON STORE, corner of Brady and Second streets, re ceived last Saturday an immense quantity of Xew Laces for which we have been waiting for some time. The laces were bought at a Very Low Price And our customers will get the benefit thereof. Here are three num bers to which we espe cially call your atten tion to . At 3c a yard A nice quality Point de Ireland lace about two inches wide. At 6 Mc a yard Point de Ireland Lace. You would guess them to be worth I2 c. At 1 Jc a yard A 9-inch wide Point de Ireland Lace, nice soft quality, and fully worth 30c. See this line of Laces before buying. The Chenille Portiere and ladies' Duck suits have also arrived. HABITED, FUHSEL &Y0IIIIAOIL Cor. Second tnd Brady. Silver Front. HOCK- ISLAM TURNED ABOUT. Miners Start Out to Destroy, but Change. The More Conservative Ele ment Wins. Trouble at Utica Averted This Afternoon. Washington Correspondents to be Indicted. Ottawa. Til.. Juno 19 4 mnh nl Strikers who Started from LnSalle last night for the Utica cement Worka to bnrn at ... l v.:k had been shipped from Pana were persuaded when near Utica by the more conservative among them to give np the protect and return to 1-aSalIe. Aemlast the Corraapoadaaw. Washington. Jnnn v Ti.rrnH jury decided to return true bills against Correspondents Shrirer and Edwards for refusing to give the uun ea in meir information to the senatorial investigating committee in regard to the statements against the sugar trnst and the democratic senators, anriverand Ed wards have been notified to SDnear before the criminal conrt Saturday to answer to to jail. Trial ' 01 -rla V uu. New Youk, June 12. Eraatus Wiman, charged by hia former partner, R. G. Dun afc Co., with forgery, was arraigned in the court of oyer and terminer. Though two in dictments bad been found against Air. W imau the district attorney decided to try bim on the one which charges him with Having forged the signature of. K. W. Bullinger on a check on the Clirminal Na tional bank of this city dated Feb. 0, 1SSH, for iri.oui, drawn by R. G. Dun 6c Co. to Mr. liuUinger' order. The aneciflc charge la Icrgery in the second degree. lor which the uiaximniu punwhiueut is ten years in state prison. ot Netfesfactora to Walt. DESVliU, Juue 13. The agreement made between General brooks and Sheriff Bowers at Cripple Creek does not meet with Governor Waite's approval in all re specta. The governor wired Adjutant General larnsncy that the troop most not be used ae ejaards at the mines, that receipts mut ba given the miners of the arms taken from them, and that nut more than twenty-five miners - must be ar retted. - 4nkUM Case la Cp ClllCAOO, Jnue 13. The argnment on the appeal from the famous strike injunc tion of Judge Jenkins in behalf of the re ceivers of the Northern Pacific Railroad company was begun before the United States circuit court of appeals. Justice Harlan of the supreme court of the United States presided. Sittiug with him were Judge Woods of Indianapolis and Judge tlunn of iaconsiu. Latest atotaras from Orwos. PoKTLAXI Jaco 3. Comnlete returns from twenty-live counties and nearly com plete returns from the remaining seven counties give me iouowing vote lor gov ernor; Iinl. Hn.. 40.080: fierce. I'nn 35.451; Galloway, Dcm., 10,87o; Keuuedy, rru.t i3,v'u. uiiu i plurality it.uoo. Killed by risoa Ivy. BEKLIX, Wis., Juue D. L. Harkness. state dairy and food commissioner, died from blood poisoning resulting from con tact with poison ivy. lie was formerly superintendent of the northern division of the Chicago, Alilwaukee ana bt. 1'aui rail way. Foamier Katlonal Bongs. We have a number of songs that eeem to lay about equal claims to distinction as national songs. star spangled Ban ner. America ana coiumoia are three of the first class. Then comes "Yankee Doodle," which is unquestion ably the song and tune representative of New England, while "Dixie'' has just as firm a hold upon tho hearts of the south erners. Chicago IN ewe-Record. Oalv Oaa Tlasa Mora. He I've asked yon three times to marry me. How many more times do yon want me to ask yon? Kha tenderlvV Onlv once, and let that once be GO years bene. Detroit Free Press. m POVDER: PUREST AnD BEST. P0UNDS,20. H ALVCS.1 0 .QUARTt RS.S. COSTS LESS rr - turn BURNING BRIDGES IN OHIO. Railway Straetarea Over River Keariv Mtoya4 by Strikers. CAKTOK, O.. June 13. An attain n araa made to blow np the Cleveland, Canton aud Southern railroad bridge over the Tuscarawas river at inn a r. explosion occurred and soon after railway employes discovered that the bridge was "" " names were extinguished and it is believed that tk. iu t. been seriously damaged. Much coal has ueen nauiea over this road of late from southern Ohio and It i mnnnui --: attempted to blow up the bridge in order to prevent traffic Strikers Hold Vp a Coal Trala. MlDVALE. O.. June 12 Shnrtl. R.r tlOOQ A crowd of fmm thrM n ta... w SWHI UUU ored striking miners held up a northbound roai train on me Cleveland, Lorain and WllMAllnir vvuul -t .1 ni m - - t, xue con ductor, engineer and brakemen of the were ioia tnev would h n five minutes to atiWraMr tk. -i i leave. The miners were armed and in an ugly mood. The crew did not stop to argue the Question with tha ltlibaM. 1.... ....ll...! . . 7 " . , iiumi the coal train in on a siding, uncoupled auu went oacx down the road. Strikers Pira Aaotber Bridge. Cleveland. June 12. Tha trii-w miners along the Cleveland, Lorain and vneeung railroad set fire to a wooden bridge at Mid vale Th saturated with coal oil and was burning uniwij wnen uiscoverea Dy the railroad people. The flames were finally subdued, but not until the bridge had been partly destroyed. BLOODY STRcET FIGHT. Two Moa Killed and Several Others la- Jared at Chicago. Chicago. June 12 a mwH nf pi and Bohemians became intoxicated at a dance in a hall at the corner of Forty- eighth ana boodspeed streets, and about midnight, when a party of fifteen or twenty left the hall for their homes they became involved in a row with a number of people they met along the street. The result was that two were kUled and four were seriously injured. The dead Peter ueu, a roie, stabbed In the heart; Frank Goluneski, Pole, stabbed through the lunca. The irlniwi Fnnk rlntiuli Jr., stabbed twice in head, may die; John Jerai. atjilkhod in tl nfer .ml 1U.1 ously hurt; Martha Jerza, aged 17, stabbed . 1. . , , , u uc inxuui urau: injuries serious. in the vicinity and took them to the sta tion. Sixteen arrests were made, hut seven of the number were subsequently released after convincing the lieutenant mat 1 ne j uiu not nave anything to do wiui me assault, rranx Meyers ana Vranlr hnw kik.nii.ii. w.m .n.M..kA number arrested, and it is believed that stabbing. Lieutenant Fitzpatrick says he im vjHiiHiu uwv ,iut iwu utisuucts took part in the affray. MICHIGAN FOREST FIRES. Oaa Town Wiped Out of Kzlsteaee and Other Iamago Uuss. DETU0IT, June 12. A special to The Free Press from Marquette saysi De structive forest fires are raging in the neighborhood of Kestoria, fifty miles west of here. Two bridges on the South Shore road, near here, were burned, stopping tr.tflic to Dulutb, and a bard fight was necessary to protect the company's prop erty at Kestoria. The burning district covers an area of a mile wide, and five miles long, and the destruction to timber must be euormous. bimilar big fires ex tend southward at intervals for many milos. Sauola, a small lumbering village of 4W inhabitants, was completely wiped out. A special from Saginaw says: The woods are afire in all directions. In Sid- naw five buildings, Including the Sidnaw and Ryan hotels, were burned. Loss, tll,000. A special from ttockland says: At Rubicon, Outonagon county, a store and five dwelling were burned, including the telegraph ofhee. Specials from Mar quette and Iron Mountain state that the forest fires In the nortnern peninsula are now less alarming in character. Kelly Kosausea Mis Journey. Cairo. Ills., June 12. Kelly's army of common wealers, who have been unable to make auy movement for the last few days. are at lsst able to resume their march on to Washington. Captain Beatty of Padu cah will send down his steamboat, the A. & Willis, and barges and take them to a noint In Illinois, opposite to raaucan. Citizens of Cairo and Mound City Join to hearths exiieuse. The citizens 01 Cairo donated to the commonwealers nine wag' onloads of provisions. German Day at Midwinter Fair. Saw Fkakcisco, June 13. German day at the Midwinter fair equalled the expec tations of all those who bad been making tlahnrata tire na rations for it some time past. The attendance was very large. By a o'clock in the afternoon nearly fifty thousand people had passed into the grounds. The parade in the morning was the most extensive seen in San Fran cisco since the opening of the fair, and when the procession retired to the grounds here was the greatest enthusi asm. Murder la Milwaukee. IfuwAL-KEE. June 12. John Kedierski, 19 years old, was stabbed and fatally wounded during a street fight. While he aa t.ld ha has oulv a few hours to live in all probability, be stanchly refuses to make known the name of his assailant to the police. The authorities arrested six persons, among them two are said to have i . iti. KadiMoki. but bis aggressor is still at large. Tk. Vukal Ulrl i,ik mmA .Mhtal the lhtat of her eve, Like a s se glntetng set irom ne s w Aad lightly sad freely her dark tresses rlsv . aad a aaaaaa aa raveiy mm ia-j. w.k.. la aat alaavs DISK who use asat health. Tans are anf urtanstcly bosareas v..bM etrla and snalrana who a SJStSUlf eat as sxtf Uses. Thoy sat r fraat ai awnU as- eakw to their ssx. baeaiaaoran. isarkMlsraHsf? TkS mtlsa II aeia ras n. Maaaas hmss Pissrlptlea Will k.a. Krilrbat aad astrlhfal ilctt Sack to ItIOS all IfrafSJarHtaa, is, aad phord sbuTir, spatsK, fc. VUss's tbetr st ssai Bason &0CS ISLAUD, ILL., TUESDAY, JURE M0R0C0S SULTAN. Some of His Loving Subjects "Remove" Him. POSSIBLY IHOITED BT HIS 80V, Who Has Been Daly Proclaims d la His laad Father's Place, aa Act That May Ba Sot Aside by tha Big Emropcaa Pow ers The New Sattaa a Bigoted Moslaos la Srsapathj With the FaaaUca. London, June 12. A telegram from Tangier announces that a report has been received there from the interior of Moroc co that the Sultan Mulcy Hassan, hss been foully murdered. He was traveling between Fes and Rabat. The sultan died on June 7. His son, Mulai Abdul Aziz, was shortly afterward proclaimed sultan by the army and ministers, who acoom- HCLET BASSA& psnied the late sultan on his journey. Tha impression prevails in Tangier, where the representatives of the foreign govern ments are in consultation.that the mnrder was instigated by the entourage of the sultan's son, Mulai Abdul Aziz. Thus far no disturbances have been announced. It is thought here that the French, Span ish and Fjiglish governments will sift thoroughly the circumstances of the death of Mnley Hassan, and if the suspi cion 01 mnruer is continued there may be a forcible joint intervention on the sub ject of the succession. International Complications Likely. It is not unlikely thut international complications will ensue before the suc cession is settled. After Turkey, Moroc co is the greatest prize in tbe world. It is larger than Spain or France, or the whole German empire. In the time of the Cap ers it was the granary of Konie and it retains its ft-rtility to this day. The coun try is equally rich in minerals. It is worth fighting for. The recent Riffian war pointed this out clearly and it has been an open secret in; Fnitlish diplomatic circles that after Mnley Has san would come a "delude." Should there be combined actiou between England, Spain aud France to drive 'out the Moor tbe result would be a holv war. The Moor would nut surrender at theifirst sum mons. His cry would lie taken fun alone the whole const of northern 'Africa, and the greatest of all tragedies, a war of races and religions, would ast-uredly follow. On the other hand, the jealousies of Christian powers have kept one sultan on uie throne of Turkey, aud they may keep another on tbe throne of Morocco. 1 t'raaee aud Spain, i As for the rival outside claimants. France, if shs were given a free hand. would undertake the conquest alone, that she might have Morocco to "round" out her African empire. Spain, within sight of it, is quite ready to pass tbe sea to pos sess iu .uj;iaud, irom the heights of Gibraltar, is urimly determined that neither of these powers shall fortify the African coast uud dixpute her control of the Mediterranean. These rivalries may render concert impossible. Tbeu again, this murder of the sultan may precipitate a general crash. The late sultan Was not the pitiles-i and cruel tyrant he has often been described to be. His son is a man of altogether savage instincts and led the ultra Moslem party in its detestation of the foreigner and of civilization. For months there have been muttenngs in the mosques of Fes against the lae sultan's want of sympathy with the fanatical party, and this feeling has probably re sulted in his assassination. COMPETING WITH OUR COTTON. Efypt Incrrasius; Her Acreage and Trada In That Staple. Washington, Juue 12. In a report to the state department by United States Consul Ren Held, in Cairo, he says tbe shipping of cottou from Eypt to the United States is casually considered an omalous and superfluous as tbe sending of coals to Newcastle, but tbe records show that Egypt is aggressively competing in a small way with us, not only in Europe, but at home in supplying raw cottou, and the consumption of Egyptian cotton by New England spindles has grown from nothing ten years ago to more than eO.OUO large bales, equivalent to tfO.000 American bales and valued at t$,9 0,000. The Egyptian cotton area, which was about KJB.552 acres in 1802, now equals 1,072,51, an astonishing advance. It is asserted that the use of Egyptian cotton in the United States is in no sense inimi cal to our cottou interests, for it is used mixed with our own cotton in ways that would not be possible for an unmixed product. Ira at West Bay City. West Bat Citx, Mich., June H. Fire destroyed McLaughlin & Magllia' office. lime kiln, coal sheds snd docks, the River View hotel and another building and bad ly damaged the Third Street bridge and the steam barge W. P. Thew. Loss about 150,000; partially Insured. WlUlnaa lr.l Pk.li. Wnka. EsoleWood, N. J., June 12. William w alter f helps is weaker though hu phy sician does not express auy apprehension. Mr. Phelps aW a protracted alAack U hiccoughs during tbe uiht Mm. W. J. Fahev.ofLe Boy, . T., aajs: Have triad 'M, oourh cures. Parks' Courh Snfetv is Oka only that helped me. ,i 4tnow ft is tne Bsi conga remeay.? ' ARGUa 12, 1S34. Millionaires Bondholders . AND PEOPLE WITH TOO MUCH MONEY Are requested not to read this advertisement It's not for them.- It's for people who are hard up, but who want to continue to wear good clothing for little money. These prices are on the 10-cents-a-pound wool basis: Dig Gtore. Be sure it's the Seven Per Cent Loans. We desire to call attention to the fact that we have constant ly on hand and offer for sale at par and accrued interest First Mortgage Loans In sums of $200 and upwards, secured on improved farina and other choice real estate, running from one to five years and drawing SEVEN per cent interest semi-annually. A Word to the Wise is Sufficient The shrewdest investors are now calling in their money or gathering it together to put in these seven per cent loans while they can be had. The securities we offer are especially adapted for the in - vestment of savings and trust funds, as our personal atten tion to all tb--details of the loan, from Its date to its ma turity, relieves the holder from all annoyance except to present bis coupon to us for collection. For further infor mation call at the office of jAcixsoir & nuEST Masonic Temple. GEO. F. BOTH. Supt. Loan Department BICYCLES I make a specialty of repairing or furnishing parts for any Bicycle, mud guarantee satisfaction on all work done. If your wheel needs attention try me. uair caippars and ; Bason sharp a on short notion. Market Square. Child's Blouse Suits, worth $1, for . Child's Combination Suits, worth $5, for Overalls (Blue Demin) worth 50c, for Overalls (White Painters) worth 35c, for Boys' Suits (good ones) , worth $4, for - -Men's Suits, worth $8, for Men's Suits, worth $10, for Men's Suits, worth $12, for -Men's Suits, worth $13, for Men's Satinette Pants, worth $1.25, for Childs and Youths' Straw Hats, worth 35c, for Men's and Boys' Sweaters, worth $1, for Men's Underwear, worth 35c, for Jean Pants (riveted buttons), worth $1, for -Men's Fedora Hats, worth $2, for CAX&RJCE, jiSSXJSUUmmZilim Blue Front or you are wrong. NEEDLE TOES Just received by express the very latest in Ladies Boots, viz: Russet Goat Cloth Top Needle Toe All Widths . . "The BOSTON," 162) Second Ave.. Under Reck Ishnd Hours. 49C $2.99 25c IOC $1.99 $4-99 $599 $6.99 $7-99 69c ISC 49c 19c 49c 99c Dluo Front. LATEST HOTELTItS CI IAS, E. 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