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President's Train Off For Nashville, j"!. THOSE WHO ARE ON COARD. A Number of Appointments Sent to the Senate. Another Negro Lynched Other Late News.- WMhtnrton, Jant 9. Th apeclal train eoavejlnr the president and party left (or Nashville at boob over ina Cbesspeake Ohio. They stop toaiffht at Vlrrinla Hot Sprints, ra- analng the journey tomorrow. The P"7 consists 01 rresiaent ana Mr. McKinley, Secretary aad Mn. Por Ur. Dr. aad Hra. Bates aad lira. Saxtoa, Secretary Sbarmaa aad uaajraiar, aira. Mcuaiium; secretary aad lira. Alger, Mill Fraaeaa Alger, roitaaiter Uaaoral aad Mra. Gary aad daaghters, Secretary Wilton aad daughter. CoamUtloner of Peaiioai Evans, Central UroiTenor, Joseph P. Smith aad wife aad about twenty-five aewipaper mea. ' Hears) LyaaMd. PrlacenAaa, Md., June 9 Wll llem Andrews (eolored), aliai Coha,'' waa takea fromaaoffloar at the door of the court houia aad killed by mob. Aadrewi bad been today tried, convicted aad aeatanoed to death (or (elonouily assaulting Mra. Beaiamla T. Kelly near Marioa May ft. Judge Baga, who passed the death aeatoaca, endeavored to reaioa wlih the excited mob, but la vain. FiMiawttU 1 wriaiantt. Washington, June 9. The presi dent aent the following nomination! to the aenate: Henry L. Wilaoa, Waihiagtoa, mlaliter to ChUi; Wll. llaa F. Powell, New Jeriey.toHaytl; Jofcn U. Leiihmaa, Peaaiylvanla, to Switaerlaad; Joha F. Oowey, Wash. Ington, coniol general to Kanagawa, Japan; C. W. Warner, postmaster at Hoepeaten, 111. 1we PelletsMa akot. Omaha, Jone 9 While trying to arrest three burglara thla morning, Police OfDoera Tied man and Glover were ahot, the (ormer probably fa tally. Glover'i wounds are not thought to be serious. The burglara scaped. Tmlakfe Mahay hamey Mill. New York, June 9. Muoh money la wagered oa the Maher-Sharkey battle tonight. The prevailing oddi are 10 to 8 la Maher'a favor. The sale of seats ii nnpraaedeated.aad the largest crowd ever seen at a ring side may witness the mill. Cos Ooea to Spela. Washington, June 9 It ie learned today that the president hae offered the Spanish mission to ex-Go v. Ja cob I. Cox, ol Ohio. Of Crane Be aiaaetf IS. Springfield, June 9. Gov. Taaaer signed the (amoua Allen street rail way bill thla (orenoon. DONE BY THE PHILIPPINE REBELS. Devilish Alraeltjr Commitb-d oa Tw.at)- are RHU VI ao War Loyal. Vancouver, B. C, June . Further Interviews with officers of the steamer fttftteh, now In port, elicit the fact that twrnty-flve Catholic monks were roasted by the rebels In the Philippine Islands. and net Bpanish troops, as previous ly reporTe. The Information waa fur nished by a prominent resident of Ilo llis in the (roup 0t islands, and corro- borated.br a foreign consul. The monks, belnjc loyal, had betrayed the reticle to the Spaniards. The cub tomary jnrnl ot roasting sucking pin is the Island la by thrustlns; a bamboo through the pis; and then fastening It to an Iron and roasting; It over a slew Are. This waa done to the monks, the ban boo being- thrust through them while they were alive. . A. nmglasa stater CMfton Springs. N. T.. June f. Mrs. f"arah A. nrsnger, widow of the late Julian N. Granger and sister of Stephen A. Dougla.s.' the Democratic leader of ante-war days, died at her home near here yesterday, aged M years. She waa pnetmistresa here under President Artnur. R Bleats of Roaor la raBerlL. ft. Louis, June a Supreme Dictator Multta-an. rf New York, presided at the srmton i ine supreme lodge Knights of Honor which opened here yesterday aft- eraoon. m vssinns are secret. Rgchford. II uu. Jute The Central Lnnr anion naa assea the council to reduce the working hours of city em ploys from ten to eight, action twine w.tvi I iu umtl un nui weexuuj. CsriBjaJsi raM Um Tax. Madison. WU. June a, Ex-Covernor I pham appears to have gotten the beat f City Assessor Taylor in the contro versy over the payment of tas.ee on the team of horses he drove while la Madl ann. the amount of the tax assessed on them here being H H. Wka It sees to Baa lull Pprlngfleld. Ills.. June . The appro priations voted by the fortieth assembly amount to iluC,eoo la round numbers. STEVtHS INSIST ON A TRIAL, ateprssawtastas) ta Taka Advaaasgs at a TeraatrolMj. . St. Paul, June f. - The Indictment against Albert Scheffer, president of the Allemania bank, is quashed. Judge Lewis so ordered' yesterday afternoon. John IJndqulstwas aa alien In this state. His presence on the grand Jury which found the Indictment vitiated that In dictment, making ft of no effect. - The ease of Representative P. C Stev ens, of thla city. Indicted on a charge or rrana larceny for overdrawing his account with the Minnesota Savteca bank while president of the Institution, came up for trial yesterday. It had been decided la another case that the srrand jury which returned this indlctmentwas irregular In that one of the Jurors waa an alien, and when the Stevens case came up it was developed that the netit jury also had been Irregularly drawn. However, Btevens insisted on an im mediate trial, refusing to take advan tage of any technicality, expressing the greatest confidence In being able toclear himself very quickly from the charge. Eight Jufors were secured during- the day. IT WAS CHAIR AGAINST PISTOL, ataa write the Chair la Dead aad Jadga x.ymen is Talklaa;. Junction City. Ark.. June .A bloodv tragedy waa enacted here yesterday in a Justice court room in which one man was murdered, and which mar result in the lynching of the murderer. The mar. aerea man was w. B. coffee, or Eldor ado, and the murderer la J. J. Ahmnani of the same place. Both men were law yers, uonee and Bheppard were opos ing counsel In a trial before Justice Wright. During the nrorreas of the aa t attorneys became involved in a dispute ana aDusea eacn other, shocking pro fanltv betas? uaed. . noire niokod ,n a chair and Sheppard drew a pistol and urea iour snots in rapid succession into Coffee's body, killing him almost in stantly. SheDDard ia in the oltv -tall un der a heavy guard to prevent lynching. ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS . Florence Nightingale, who has Just celebrated her 77th birthday, is ill and not expected' to recover. She haa long been an Invalid. Chicago board of trade men do not accept with any relish the strictures of Governor Tanner, who stated in his criticism of President Baker that the board of trade was the biggest gambling Institution on earth, Monte Carlo not excepted. Commissioner Fricke, of Wisconsin, has revoked the license of the Schuyklll Insurance company of Philadelphia, for fcritlng Insuranoe in Wisconsin through non-resident agents. Returns, that are reliable show that about 2,226,000 hogs died of cholera In Iowa last year. A fair average price of a hog is $10, so the less will be over t22,006,000. The mills of the Clrkel Manufacturing company located at Boyd, Wis- were destroyed by Ore. This concern is en gaged in the manufacture of staves and heading. Negotiations extending over three years were necessary before a Michigan man could buy two Islands comprising five acres from the government. The price paid was 15.50. Naples Is In consternation because the blood ot San Gennaro has failed to liquefy this year. The failure of the miracle is a portent of misfortune. Parties digging trenches for water mains at Lancaster, Wis., came upon a decayed corns and the decaying bones of Its occupant. It proved to be the remains of Edward Oliver, who was hanged there in the latter part of 1838 for the murder of John Russell at Cass vllle. The Southwestern Winter Wheat Millers' association, embracing all mill ers In the entire southwest, is In ses sion at Kansas City. Dr. J. B. McMichaeL president ot Monmouth (Ills.) college, has resigned his office after twenty years of service. Rev. T. D. McOiH. of Alleghany, Pa.. has been elected to succeed. The president left Washington at noon today for Nashville to visit the Tennes see exposition, which he will do Friday. Governor Tanner, of Illinois, put In Tuesday listening to Chicago speeches for an against the Allen street railway bilL llUaot Urala Dealers. Decatur, Ills., June 9. About 200 hun dred members of Illinois Grain Dealers association were at the annual meeting yesterday. W. H. Chambers, of the national association, read a paper on "Organisation." State registration ot weighing at grain centers, the land lord lien law. the placing of the grain Inspection service under the civil ser vice law, and the warehouse' bill, were all discussed Without definite action. Among the changes In the constitution was one fixing the dues at S3 a year. There have been none so far. Officers arere elected as follows: President. S. 8. Tanner. Minler; secretary, B. S. Tay. lor, of Decatur.' Old fliaxina rmad Partly Creasaled Mountain, Wis June 9. The charred remains of a man were found In the ruins of a small fishing shanty about five miles north of Maiden lake, this county, by John McDougalL a cruiser. The walla of the shanty were still smok ing and the body was so badly burned that identification is Impossible, but it is supposed to be the body of an old frontier fisherman by the name of Dur phy, who lives in the vicinity of Middle Inlet. Wis. A bottle of alcohol was found near nis person. His team was found browsing close to the shanty. Wild Daara Walk late Tawm Houghton. MlclL. June t. Wild ani mals are more in evidence this season than for a number of years past. Two deers recently passed through the city of Iron Mountain, a town 'of 1S.900 peo ple, and were seen by several hundred people as they traversed the main bust- ness street for a couple ot blocks dur ing their journey of Investigation. The proper way to build health la to man km atooa noa ana ran bv taking Hoodl SaraaparUla, tat oaa was mom partner. TAILORS ON A RAID New York Strikers Make an At tack on the Shops. DTDTJ32 MAST HZS TO QUIT JT0SX. PaliaaCaJUd as, tact Asa afXe Tata to la Oaa Cass CTotaJa taekad by a Mat trite la Tlllajola Tww : Beta Saperiateadaat. New Tork. June t. Not since the com mencement of the strike, nearly four weeks ago, have the striking tailors ex hibited such a boisterous disposition as that which marked their every move yesterday. Inspired with, new Ideas in culcated at Monday's night's meeting- In Cooper Union, committees armed with authority from the Brotherhood of Tail ors called on the non-union men employ ed In shops where proprietors have up to the present ignored the settlement com mittee. Contractor Rottenberg, in East Houston street, whom they first visited, protested against the Interference of the committee and sent for the police. At the arrival of the latter twenty-five non-union men were Induced to quit work and leave the building. A fight between Rottenberg and the "pickets" followed, which resulted in slight injury to the former and the arrest of three of the latter. . Sfa IatoiianUea to the March. The committee then called on Contrac tor Tack in Attorney street and lessened his force by twenty-five. When going upstairs somebody shouted "fire," and the house waa soon in an uproar. In obedience to the order of the anion party twenty operators left their benches and went to the rendezvous of the striking tailors in Orchard street. The last place in this tour visited by the picket force was the shop of Contractor Samuel Lew Is in Delancy street, where twenty-two hands quit work. A boy "was sent for the police, but was held captive by the pickets until they thought fit to with draw. Triad to Mob aa Employer. Meanwhile Louis Stubeck, proprietor of a sweat-shop In Willett street, was defending; himself with a revolver at Broome and Pitt streets from the fury of a mob of 600 striking tailors. The sight of the weapon kept the mob at a distance until the intervention of a po liceman, who escorted the frightened contractor to his home. The strikers in assigning a reason for the attempted on slaught on Subeck said that he never paid his operators. According to the strike bulletin issued early yesterday over 6,000 coat tailors and 1.200 children's Jacket makers resumed work under conditions stipulated by the Brotherhood of Tailors. MFRDEK DITBIVe A STRIKE MOT. Assaulted CoaspaayMasi Kills aa Assail ant and Is Beaten to Death. Minonk. His., June S. John VetosU, Jr., was killed yesterday morning about 6:30 by A. W. Morhan, superintendent of the Chicago and Minonk Coal and Tile works, who was escorting; a colored miner to work, aad was stopped by a mob of strikers. When Morhan pulled his pistol and fired a body of Polish strikers rushed upon him and beat him into Insensibility. Besides being injured Internally he had twenty-three wounds in the head and bis hip bone waa broken. He never regained consciousness and died at 1:30 yesterday afternoon. Aa soon as it was known that he waa dead all desire for revenge was .over and things quieted down. The Jury In the Inquest on Vetoski's body rendered a verdict Just stating that he met hi death by gunshot wound fired by A. W. Morhan. who was,dead before a verdict had been reached. "The inquest on Morhan's body will be today. Joe Erbland, a company man, also pulled a revolver, but it failed to go off, which doubtless saved his life, as the revolver was wrenched away from- him and he was beaten over the head with it. Bratal Outrage la Michigan. Traverse City, Mich., June t. Trouble of several weeks' standing' between Man ager Ludgate, of, the Traverse City Lumber company, and the Longshore men's SJBOclation culminated Monday. Aa Ludgate went down to the dock he was met by a large number of the longshore men, thrown down, brutally assaulted, and badly hurt. , The assault was caused by the refusal of. Ludgate to allow the longshoremen to load lumber upon ves sels chartered to carry It and insisting upon handling It with his men, shutting down his mill for that purpose. eeaeral Strike af Plasterers. New York. June t. General strikes of plasterers, it is announced, will .be or dered by the board of walking delegates today in all shops where the employers refuse to allow the union to elect a foreman. There are about 50.000 plas terers in the city. t Sheet aad Flats Piasters Strike. Boston. June . In compliance with the order ot the union the sheet and plate glaziers of this city struck last night to enforce a nine hour work day. lewa Graad Assay Marshall town, la, June t. The twenty-third annual state encampment, Iowa department Grand Army of the Republic and anted orders, opened here yesterday rooming in a drixsling rain. The skies cleared towards noon, how ever, and the weather was propitious during the afternoon. AU the incoming trains were crowded and by IS o'clock fully 6,000 strangers had arrived. The city is lavishly decorated. The forenoon was occupied by the departments of the various organisations with receptions, comittee conferences, etc, and the after noon waa devoted to visitinjr the State Soldiers' Home, hospitals and grounds. Numerous camp Urea occurred last night. Washington. June t. The senate yes terday confirmed the following nomina tions: Kills H. Roberta, of New Tork, to be treasurer of the United States; Conrad N. Jordan, of New Tork, to be assistant treasurer of the United 8 tales at New Tork city: L. A. Pradt. of Wis consin, to be assistant attorney general. SAYS HE IS HEALER SCHLATTER, Cleveland, June . A man who de clares that he la Francis Schlatter, the alleged healer who was reported to have starved to death in Mexico, arrived in Cleveland yesterday and la stopping at a boarding- house on Huron street. With him is a man named Hollandberger, of New Tork, who says they intend to open an Institute in this city. It is dif ficult to prove or disapprove the claim of the alleged healer, because if he Is Schlatter he has shaved his beard en tirely otr. but there Is certainly a strong resemblance between his features and some of the published pictures of Schlat ter. He laughed when his attention was directed to the starvation story and de clared that he had been visiting his mother in Bordeaux, a few miles from Nashville, Tenn. Schlatter says that at once he will engage a theater or church in which to give clinics. Teacher Haa a "Salt Snap." Galena, Ills., June . Miss Maggie Hart, teacher ot the miners district school In East Galena. nreaidMi dan over a school consisting of one solitary child of shK years, the only person ot le gal school age in the district. The patrons of the school decided to provide a teach er and daily sessions, aa the alternative of disintegration of the district, which would unite them with contiguous and heavily tax-burdened districts, while waiting patiently for the newer genera tion to populate the community. Coal Dealera' Aaseelatloa. Chicago, June 9. The association of coal dealers of the states ot Illinois and Wisconsin, formed in this city a year ago, held its first meeting; here yester day. The association is composed of 240 members, and 'its 'object is mutual pro tection through the publication of credi tor lists, and combining for other mu tual purposes. The following officers were elected for the ensuing year: Pres ident, C. L. Derlng. Chicago; secretary, T. A. Bidwell, Rockford, Ills. What Raises This Prod net? BarbourvHle, Ky, June 9. Rev. Ber ry Lawson, a Methodist divine of this county, was shot and (instantly killed yesterday by his 15-year-old sen, Isham. The father whipped the boy Sunday for some slight offense and he 'left home. The punishment rankled in the young thug's heart and he returned home and finding his father in a cornfield, slipped up behind him and blew his head from his shoulder with a shotgun. - Tax oa Iron Ball Fands. Indiananolls. June 9. The mnmu court yesterday reversed the decision of the lower court In which an injunction was arranted fnrhMriltis. th M,tv ditor and treasurer from collecting taxes against M3,847 iron Hall funds which Receiver Failey held on deposit In the banks In this -city. The appellants con- tenaea that the taxes should be a.. sessed against the 45.000 members of the order, scattered over the country. The decision holds that as the property Is in tne nands of the receiver In this state It comes within the Jurisdiction of the state. The taxes amount to $8,626.96. cores oa the Ball Field. Chlcaeo. Jone 9. Leaetie araream, the diamond yesterday were: At Boston Pittsburg 4. Boston 8. Other five games postponed bad weather. Western Leas-np? At rwtrnits Tsi 5, Detroit 3; at Columbus Kansas City 5. Columbus 6: at Tnrtinnntw.il- Mil. waukee 2, Indianapolis 6; at Grand Rap- ias Minneapolis 4, Grand Rapids 6. western Association: At Des Moines Qulncy 5, Des Moines 7; at Peoria Dubuque 7, Peoria 9; at St. Joseph Burlington 8, St. "Joseph 9; at Cedar Rapids Rockford I, Cedar Rapids X. Borgara Waa Tory Desperate. Holland, Mich., June 9. John Borgers, Jr., an employe of the Holland furni ture factory, tried to kill President Her man Van Ark, of the company, in an al tercation over wages. He shot three times, but failed to hit Van Ark. After being arrested he tried to take poison and was prevented. That Work la Mir hi can. Niles, Mich., June 9. Edward Anneck, a wealthy farmer of this county, resid ing near Sodus, was terribly assaulted bV tWO nnb.. hl.h..n... oo. T dlan lake. He was returning home from me lake when he was attacked. He was terribly battered and his face disfigured. His body was dragged into an adjoining wood, where it was found late next day. A small sum of money and" his gold watch were taken. He has not yet re covered consciousness and his wounds will probably be fataL . National A. O. j W. I Milwaukee. June 9. The twenty-fifth stated meeting of the supreme lodge. Ancient Order of United Workmen of the United States and Canada is in session here. Offleers of the Degree of Honor, the woman's branch of the order, were elected yesterday afternoon as fol lows: Supreme chief of honor, Mrs. M. J. Stewart, of San Francisco; supreme recorder, Mrs. Mary Tinker, of Jackson, Mich.. . si la Sal OaJ awwla M alaasamdanhrsaj mt asalwiartaa eaawaea THE Vo Put on Special Sale Plaids, Black and Fancy Clays, Cassimeres, eta This tot of salts we purchased at a price which enables us to eta s on the best rallies erer offered. 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