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CARItUn. HKVT MttXfTO. II Will t observed that Ctteago ll Ik onlr itr thai will hart Otwrt at Dewoy day. If the sugar trust 1os not Me wkal It wnii it will Bfiise stk for It ami tmt tit bashful. Lar4 Hekorts rfr to hint at "Mr. Hiayn. lata prsofctmt of the Oranar ftt Utale." Uter oa II will at "late Orange fraa Nut. ' The Him. David lunnrtt 1 1 111 is said In be neaotlattnc for uu Albany news paper. Possibly he Intends to snow Iww ftaiaa would do It. Th famine In (lull In appalling, live million persons arc employed on Ik government work, sad atlll starvation exists among 20.000.00U mure The res I "white man'a burden" doesn't ,m in tn- in South Africa. The general movement for the purifi es! ion of our city from ine vipors that lajve Infested It under what avar nam they sre known ahonld ba eti ooursged and upheld by all tho people. In fact It might be suggested that maaa laaatlnira ahonld I called for tlia pur pose of strengthening the backbone of Ik officers whoa evident duty It la lo take the Initiative In the mailt r of proceeding with all the mecnlnery of law against all Inatltullona of orll. The moat amusing faature of the prosent violent crusade -elng eonduct od by the press of New .rk against immorality In playa. to jso fntHlllar with Hiirh extravagant .miwlgns, Ii Ilia probability (hat thr newspapers ara mtlng from anything but earaaat motives in ao rlamoroualy demanding Ilia suppression of "Hnpho," ")!asn" ami other playa of a like nature. It la n io k campaign, seemingly conducted sohl for the notoriety and advertis ing which the Individual papers can sou- . out of the affair. The Immense development of the ex port trails ot the United Sutoe ntul tlia almost llmltlaaa paaalbllltlaa far IU (Hrthar attantlon ara Intimated In rigors given out recently by the etnUstlenl bureau ; Washington, l'rain thla It appaara that, In mi for off n omiHlry na Ituaala. American niniiii fietnrers ara competing successfully with their 0 arm an auil lOngllsh rlvalH Mini that American blcyctss, ngrletil tural maehluery, a tea in engine ntul tools In central ara oxtsnalvely sold among the Waek Sen provinces. The figures given ahow that our sales In Ituaala In 1891 amounted to Iom than two anil one-half million dollnra ami tlmt In the year 1IM they exqeodod ten milling. The senate -ommlttee on commerce haa reported a bill for the establish ment of a department of commerce and Industrie While the multiplication of ofllcoa ordinarily la not an unmixed blessing, there i sometimes a uecesal ly for it. mid at other times conditions are surh mm to Indicate the wisdom of making an experiment In that direc tion, l hough It muat be admitted that there la Utile hope of abolishing an ollleo, however uaeleea It may prove, mire It Is created. The cloeer the gov ernment can be brought In contact with Industrial activity, and the more nearly It can be made a bualneaa entar prhw. as distinguished from a political mnalilne, the better It will be as n gov-urnment. It la said that there are several ao- clatkw In tbt country that are organ ized fur the purpose of Importing Bu ropdun bird. The announcement le oomrwkat indeanlte, but if the purpose la aa stated, to Introdute srlous klnda of birds, the aooner the government puta a stop to suh enierprlaaa the hotter. We have Miffcred enough tlHWgli aometlmea. aa In the case of the Idlgllsh aparrow. the damane la Imag inary we think from such enthualnam. Maa hiietta has Hent hundreds of thotiiandk of dollar to rid Itself of a heath whuh a sciential Imported for use a Htlk worm The Kngllsh spar roa liu doited llbernl uiui perhaM mls guM' il Knrrnmrnt" Niiiiea and towns, lo x i . t nihialc it. Tin Mate of llenjulml , lilix lilna. In lluiu if piobabl) ihi' only place in tk world thui le inn niirely by wom en, cm lit lilts. I In Htate in made MP of i 'en lllagei . h inesided over bf iiiuvnreaM. tb wlmi,. uinler the aajM-i Hiteiidriire ot i liMly named MaV' liku ho in i ii iii'Hiilenl There art' ohm ii mualstriiii women pretuh n hoiiimi ioineniii 'ti fait, every cav. ii in th" aUt i ill led by wom en I he roiiiln art niade by women, aal Moimii red milk tin. I deliver let tafv If oi want to bring an action agaiiiNt your neighbor in this stale, you mo lo it woman lawyer, and It there is attythiug in your bouse to be stolen, tbad a burglar of the weaker sax steals It. Mti place of au ImportAnre is nlled Uy a SMUi At tka nq ileal of the general land otn, Mr. IMter Y. Ward recently . Plared tka foasil forest of Arizona The richest depuait of silieiawl tre. tovwrs an area of 4 boat eight miles Hinara. in A sack county, la soma parts of this area the petrified loss lit tauek mora tkkkly I nan they oouhl have stood while living, and Mr Ward iblBks they moot have been transport ed lay swilt cnrreMta of water In the MkegMaw r. Mwronoiplt lasntotlau of U lawswra f tka ajeUtfcl wed prfl teau U rsoawktol tka arauea iliui fins of Utt sowtkarn Lemlibcrt WEBSTER DAVIS FOR BOERS. Makes a Strong Speech at Washington Which Creates Great Enthuiasm Big Crowd Attends, WnsMHpton. April P. - Welwiter Uftrta, Into Msalatfliit aerrvinry of the HttQrtor. irmile h profoundly ltiirwlve enontli nt tlw (Ira ml oiern liotme lust HnhL before nil Hiiilleiice Hint lit or ally Jaminetl the nmlltorium ntul tho Mtagv. TlMHiaamls were unable to nln ailmttlniere. On Hie at were Sena Ion alfUNjfi hhU Allen, ltepreiientHtlvwi Unix, T)s Arinoml. Hlmfroili. 'llillwrt and Sillier, tka latter ni-cnmimiil.il by J wis Uunlan of New York. Mr. Davis' athlreaa consume! two bourn In ilHlvery. ami evoked (ears. derlalTo lauahter ami enthuelaam or h renin rk aide diwrlptlon. Home mlinlnlMtratlon lata were In the hotiw. Tliey lileaeil t'lialrman Morau'e uiieomidlmeiiiary r.fereneen to tlw aOinltilatmtkui, Ihu the hlaaea were lost amhl n liurrb-aite of npplauet'. niie mail In.ei. iptiil Mr. Darin mIh ii be was aNakllig of Hie lliitlah . oiiiml of the mall and cnhlee, by -iiylmi: "Yea, and they own the ad mlnlatratlon." It waa a crucial teat. There waa llileliae allcllfe for H lllo tm nt. Then Mr. Unvla replied: "lel the adiululat rat Ion atone. It la a w trlotle one ami will do Ha iluty." Heereinry DiivIh maili- thine luiHirl ii n i Hilut: l lrat Thai there tire SOiMMM) Ilrltlali In the field and only !SUK(0 Itnera. Hinnil Ttmi the lNrM have not i loin i ii the Hil i'nma and the White ft air. Third That the llrltlah have done iMith. Fourth Thnt the llrlllah uao ilnui iIiiiii Inilleia. fifth That the Itrlllah Inat 'i,(K)0 men on the Hplou knp, while the liners lost hut 1 17. Sixth Thin Huller'N army of 10.000 mid Whlte'a or ln,(KMi were inttile lo aiirfer ll loea of KM KM I men Uy 7,000 Hoc in. Kcvciith Thai the nttllude of Ihta coiiniry la coutluoomdy mlatepreaeiiliHl throiighoirt i:uroH- by Itrlllah agents, to give the Impreaalon that the I'ultiil Hln ten will rcai-llt IHI) Itllervellllon lu Month Africa by ICuroienu untlona. i:iglltb "bin the llrlllah Ulleera. nfter n In.. tie was over, lancet! nil the wounded burghers. Ninth Tim i n wmniiliil Ilrltlali aol dler imknl n fourteen-ycnr-olil laiy Hint for n drink of wnter. Mini when the laiy offered 111 lit H llrlllk olll of Ilia i iinteeti the Ilrltlali mil i Her stabbed liHu to the heart. The i velllllK Was line or elcllemellt, Mr. Imvla cpenkliig with veheiuem-e, Willi put I ion. mill ill W n J M with lllleliae ilrilliinllr elTecl. When lie depleted the Uiilhilit elTorlK of Hie Hm-ra iiihI Ihelr Hiii cem. ngulnat uu overu lielinliiK roriH or i be llrlllah, Htiouta of ilerlHluu Hiime. When lie toll! of Hie llrlllah urte or In liiiiniinli.v. Hie iiudllnra ahuilderiil mill uouieii gl im mil iiliiuil, When lie coin jwriil the lloem with Hie Aiiierlcnn iilinilnl iHllrlotH Hie exclleliiKilt wiim hyaterleal. Ciiiiipliicent WnaliliiKloii, In Km uIMcIhI cliflea, tins lieen llirlllud to night aa It Ima not Ihhii lu years. A HUSH OP WATIIHS. Ilrenklnir of n limn ill AimIIii, '1ii, Uaii'iw I,iim of I. Iff mill llriwt llniiiaKe In I'mperly. Aiiallu, Tex., April h. Thla city hi to night lu pitch durktieaa, with a iaglut; river, one mile wide and awolleii fur Ik--youil lu natural bniika. roaring ami minting through all the lower Mirltoii of the town, hiirlug uprenil ilemructlini iiinl (lew Hi lu Ha wake. In ailhlttuii lo the vuat loaa to pruicriy llilereala. It la calculstiil Him Im'Ih n thirty hiiiI for ty Urea have nccii mnrlllcHl. mill Hie relHirta coining In from Hie trlliiitmy country to-nlglu do imt teiul to Improve matter. A train in: llv liiteriiHtluiial ci tlrwtt Northern rami whh wreekwl to ilar, Inn iioUaly was seriously In Jure). Anal In, Tex., April 7. The UmmI la not unlike Hie ilMtiiHlmua .lolinalown IIimhI name yenra ago. In that n raging river, ulreaily awnlleii rr lieyoiiil Ha (Miwclty. Iwre too heavily uhhi uu Inl ine nee ilmn aMiimliig the river here, breaking It am! leillns m reaervolr or water, thirty uillea long, hair a mile wide mill sixty reel deep, to aid In ear rylng iteatriK iloii down Hie vnlleya of the (Sulnriiilu river. The greitl iIhiu lu the Colorado liver gave way ai ihhui lo-ilny rroin Iheeiiur liwiiH preftMiire of water mul ilehrla, iiml with ii roar ami crash swept the vnl leys Uehw the iity. wrccklug the Im menae Hahi ami laiwer plant nml ilrownlug eight workmen. The released waler isiureit Inio Hie taiwer house, catching elabt einiiloyw at work there, drowning all of Ibsin Instantly. The breaking or Hie ditm isttanl wild excitement lu Hie city. The telegraph coinpaiitea at once wired to dace below betr to htok out for Ike great wave ami rumtttx were dlspatcbed on noraea to notify those living In Hie valleys below iuectt. The lelegrHphh1 meeaagea wernil as a time ly warning lo many, but the rushing, waters outstrlpta-il the horsemen, ami many bouses were picked up and swept away before the o-cuiauia could get liisjollMr Ihelr valuabbn Wilkin a short time alt th., valleys to tka sotitk awl wast of Austin were flood ed to overttowlhs wllh water awl th nawtkern jHiriioti of the city tributary iu itm nvrr waa inillliiaieu. ImfW crowds collii ieil on the river hanks hihI aoveral lieraona were swept Into the river when the dam broke, Ihu hII ware saved by boatmen A erowd of white people, hiiwIhtIiik alwut thirty, lit lug Juet below the dam In lantt, wen- tt-ii at ihelr Nblinllou lust Ixifor the ilnm broke ami have not iieeii nreuunteil for since. It g gen erally UdlevMl tlmt all of them Mere switpl away. AtMtlu, Tex . April H The Increaapil volume of water wbb-b came down Urn river list night imdertwwHd iw puwer bouee nt the dam ai 130 o'clock h. in., and It fell lino the river, carrying with It HQflOQO worth r marhlHery. Pulljr mm HMile KHlkrrtHl ai lln uain nun iMwer nonae sioimhwii nwlli or uiii cuy is wiumaa the ruins of 1 pmni wiiish ajMK ine iy ana ami 111 iiiianur laiiiiona ar rtaiwra g Iw ymn ngn. inn noim l IHr m wirs still iriHUKlhg uHd fsiili tgy m ursiio rurnr Iho wreck, enllng nwny tho lilg pllo of gnuilto which once formed tho iloin, as though It whs nothing inoro thnn clmik rock. So flew whs tho current that grent bowlders were enrrlid lmlf n mllo from the ilmn, lielng rolled over nnd over by the turbulent lido. The country tributary lo tho Colo rado rlvor, nil Hie way down I (a oourso a iitiiiig iniimiiiiiHi, una wiiiio it ii be HhviiI the worst Is over, tho Iom na cs tlumlMl to-iilelit will exewed f,(X)0,000, counilug AtKttii na the lurguat loser. KortuiiHiely Hie list of dmwueil, norurd log to rtKirta up to in-utglit, la llmltod In ilmao rHHii1 lu iho Aiorluted I'reaa dlaiiatchint Issl night. Hh It mnnn Hie only ilrownlugM reporlnl woro when the dum broke ami caught Hie vlctlma unawares. A mam inectliig of rinsetip ima been ciilled for to-morrow, lu onler tlmt some slem may la taken to relievo the situation. HOUCHTB' ADVANOB DULAYED. He Nrril lliirmn ami 1 1 In .Mr n Nreil 1 1 envy I'IoIIiIiib. UuhIoii, April II. The llloeinfotiteln correspondent or Hie Mnrnllig Post, tel egiHiililni; I'lilay, Miya: "No niixlely neiil lw felt na In the eevurlly of lllnemroiilelii. tililiatlgh tint enemy siiti-ciil lu cicstroylng teltgraph-k- ciMuitiittileailou mid even In oiitttug I he rallwity for n brier iierbid. "A number of elvlllmia. tucluiHiig l.n dy lleullnck nml lndy Iklwunl Cecil, wlio iiiTlrml heiv rei-eiuly fiotn CnK' Town, left to-duy lu compllmiro with u geiicnil nnler issued b Hie niitliorl Ilea." The Ciih Town iHirreaimmlPUt or Iho Ihllty Newa, te!igruililiig Krlilny, anya: "Owing to ii luck or lioreea, ntltl to the aurferlug or the men from pneumonia, due in tliin clnililng, l-nrtl llolitirla Ima dectdml not lo iniiKe u big more until Hie imntia nrc provided wllh thicker un iforms. The HlnemronH'ln correaNimleii( or the Tliuea, telegraphing I'ridny, witi: "The llocra now ntreicli lu a thin line from Kaunas I'oat on Hie mitiili to n IHiiut east of .iHgersroiilelu. The rail way aimiuiia nre mnpty prntocted. but Ihelr ilefeliae lieceasltnlew heavy plltiol Hug work. "Tile iiieallou or piiitiM lliiK Hie alll' rendered I'ree Klatera la lielng aolrcd by ihelr rwiiillnii Into Hie military campa. Many nre Hocking here, but It la retorled thnt the fm'tim weatwtinl of the capital Nre tenantiil by women on ly, the men having re-joined the Hoer cnmiiimidiK's." The Ameiiemi scout, lluriihmii. tt-ll-Ilea to the teriille Niee with which tin liner cniiiiiniiiilot cover Hie gmiiud, nml the cmhc wllh which they movo their giina. Tlie lloera lire dlHiluyltiK Iiicivium-iI tiiilvlly In Nutitl, bin there la no sign Him (ieiicrul llnllor la mining, Dlln llrllevfil lit Ilia CiiiiiiiihiiiI, Wiialilngtou, April ll. (leiinral Oil hue been forinnlly relleveil of the coin- II in ti ( or Hie I'tillml Statin fnrces III Hie I'lilllppluee mid or the ISIghlh iiriuy corpH. 'Hie general wrote from Mmillii Aprll.'tnl: "I'rlvitie lulereete rtiiilre by return to Hiiite; wish to will by May 1st If IHisalhle." nic wwretiiry or wnr replleii na fol lows: 'The I'rceldeut regret a to have you leave the Philippines, but he feci tlmt your dlatlugiilehed and aiteiieariil aer vice In both military mul civil inliulii Isi ration ror neorly two yenra entiiloa you to prompt couiplliiiice with whiit ever wish you clioosii to expreaa re garding your nsslgumeut to duty, mid the rixiilslte onler will be imule for your reiurii May lai. tietienil Mf Arthur will succeed you us military governor." I'arlbiiinl I'lsbl In Krnlni'by. MhldlislM.rn. l(y.. April U.--Mtich inc. cHeinent pn'vnils here over n dnah of Hie miihorltlea hint nlglil. Will Sliwlcy. II special piilltvinilll. allot Charles Cecil, u deputy alii'iiff. mul waa himself In lor klllwl by uukninvii pornoim. Warrantu have lni'ii aworu out ror tint mi or Ciller or Police King, .lolill Miwli.y, a brother or the mini killed, mid Will Sulllvmi. The hitter two, who woro exim ih llcoiuen, weul with Ciller or Polluo King to mitimU ii negro who had Ihhui ndrnsed by Hh city Judge. The light Is the outcome or the bit ter feeling thnt Ima existed here Ih l ween two fiiclhitw, ami llieenil Is illf llcull to predict. Tlie altuiitloii la alnnn lug to-night. liner I'rUniirr Miihn IUwin. Hluwilstowii. CaH Colony. April Si lt now a p tears tlmt no fewer than thirty Ibiers em-aped from tin old camp last evening. Nine have slwo beeii recaptured. t he iiriaoucra efTeeteil ihelr cm-ape t.) ciittlug a fence uiider Hie aciitry bridge, while I he aeutry wua ulaive. A drlK ut a sanitary cart waa offered I3IKI Hi -a-r) off the llliaollers. A new finiicl has lMen illacoveriHl In the dlntlwH u(iwate to the former one. It had hwu eompMed lo wltblll tlie feet f the Milul for a break. Ksllalr Hills His l'Hnrr. IrfiUdOH, April U. '(lie Cae iViwn correapondeiit or Hie I tally Mall any: Cuargca of InsiilHinllnatlou and pll ferlng are made against the crew of lite foundered luiltab steamer Mexl chii. After the cultlatiiu with Hie WltikMeid they apiawriHl to lie lucap sble or Htiwllllug In do Ihelr duty. Many rilled the heloiigiiig or iwawu gera ami treatwl the tiangfa with Mnut ounshleratloii. 'Yw Cape Tliuea ilemmiiU their deteiilltiu mid a search lug IlireetlgHlloii." HaUr HcfutM lo lulvrfcr. Ilorllii, AHil u. tin the groiimj that the imnlehineHt hi Um inili! ror the of tmm ItmiHttw WlllkMHt baa refumil to eattiHiuie the sentence In u alwrt Im. Hrlsoiimeul isnteoi) iiiian IJwiieimiu Prince I'roaiiw AronlHirg, who last year inHrOorwl UKW In Uerwaii HflUiMft Mtlm Uliffor elrmawiutites j of ierlkir atrorliy. NEW MEXICO ITEMS. Delbert O'Neill nml .lolm lllalteo, two of the pt Idomtra who eanijieil from tho Silver Oily Jnll, latvo lieen recaptured. O'NoIII wna taken ti.nr Cow Pjirltiga ntul lllabeo -na Ural sighted bniilnil n ATOler lank near the Krtmt ranch, lie wna nrmisl with n Winchester, but lift er n chase or aeveral iiiltea atirretulerwl Without milatnnrc. At Hllver Cliy Hie other night van dnla entered the .Miiaonlo cetnolery nml toppled over every gmvostoiic Hint stood itiirlght. .1 tin ii liitrnu. .Irmo Me leuudo, Telttio Mouler., Primitive Hflli doval and .lime Moiitnyu woro nrroflted. hargiil with the crime. Mniiior. innile n conreHHlnii which reaulleil In bin dla clmrge and the arrest of ISnrhitiea Mar tiM nnd Pna Mnriiier.. Arlealnn wnler wna alntrk nt Cp tsn last week while proaiwvttng for coal tit ii depth of seventy-live feel. The dlmuoutl drill otetieil n laxly of wnter which abut llfly twt In the air 'iiid then settled down to n steady How, Kiudillig itlKiut twenty-live feet above the surface of the ground. There la a wide HniH or farming and atock inuii- try uiijiiceut to the new coal town mid tho dlaeoicry or nrtealau wnter will at- i trait humlnlea of muchmeii to the re- , gtoii who will affile uu government Intnl. A dlsMlch received nt Sanlii IV rroin 1 WHHhlugioii mitiouiifea that on Hanir- i itny the bill liilrodiiced by ltcpneiita tlvc Stejilienaou or Tsaa, providing for the ullfitmeiit or lamia to the lea iiileni Awclio Inillaua lu Otero county, mill for the anle of the It-lltll lllilc I of Hie reservation, amounting to nhmit fMKi.iKMj ncroa, wna favorably ii'imrieil Saiunlai' from the committee on lu iIhiu .iffalrw. A ruvornlile reixnt wna also innde on DnleBHte Peren'a bill rroin the anuie iiiinnilttee, provlillng ror tho uilJiiMiiniMit or cliiluiM nml rights or settlors on mul maul Hie Navajo rea eivnilou lu New Mexico. A favonibl report wua nlao iiimle mi llelegnte Pe reii'a bill gniiitlug u iienahiu to Capl.iln Henry Hlurgla of Kprlnger. II la Im HovimI thee three iiienatirea will mai the limine. tleorge A. HiniiMirmigh, tho deputy Hliorlff who wna wounded by oiitlnwa lu the Chlrtetilmii iimuntulua, illwl Thurailiiy uioriilng at Homing, worv i lit waa ttmeii ny tlie remMiltig party. The Iihw or blond mid the night uf cs IHiaiin lu the rain mul aunw loft him i Hi such a weakened coudlllon Hint when ShcrIrT lllnlr and his hisc, who i luiil gone to Ida relief, round him, he i wna neiiiiy doud nml only aurvlveil a Tew hours. Ollleera nre still In purault I of the 'til In vh. Kcnrl 'irnugh wna one i or the mont nut ml ivetice ollleera In Hie Southwest. I'or u iiiiuiIht or your he hail been uu employe or lite cuttle as- snclathui ferreting out rustlera, nnd lu ' so doing hail Incurred the hat nil or the criminal clneae or thla sort. Ills ua anaaliiMllnii wna evidently a oarefiillv planuiHl alTnlr. Illrclillold. the oilier ofllcer. la only wininilcil allghtly and win rii-over. loliu Plleher, n atornlieeiier nt .11 caiilliiM. ii mliilim pinup elglileen iiiIIom noitliwiwt or White Onka, bus been Hiurtlored by hurgliir. He wna alint through the foreheud anil killed. Tlie wife lu the aloro nml Iho aliiro liaeir woro rilled of their contents. The next morning Hioho who came to the store round it IniiiihI, hut imcr, na Plleher did not put lu mi iippcmiiucc, tlie diair wna Inirat ohii by rrlenda. They round everyllilug In coiiriialou. mid lu it bundle or blanket mi the ilmir the lmdy or the storekeeper cold lu ilea lb. There was no clew in the munlercra. The Ihi 1 1 which caused Plleher's donlh lind evidently come mini a thirty-two enlltier revolver. Plleher was flfty-flve years old mul boil Iieeii a miner In the While Oaks cuutitry. lie owned the griM-ery aitm at .lliarlllna aluce lust winter. He uns single mul lived In the store. In Hie lilstrlei Court nt Alhuiiueniue. Daniel, n tin m "Uml" Pipkin, who wits chnrgeil with holding up u Hantu IV hielrlc iHiaaeiiger train near (Irnnts, New Mexlui. In Mmi-li. ISPS, wua ill lowed Ida freedom, the teHllmnuy lie lug IhMililcleut to wnrraut n ruriher In cuivemtlnu. mid of audi a character na to put at real nil NUMph-tim or hla guilt. The iiiilu. which wiim atiipoM4H to htive been held up by Pipkin nml an other until, wna robbed or several thou sand dollars, mid Hie roldiers took the boot ami stniied miiiIIi on Imrsolaick. The sherllT mid bis depiillea wen wain on I be scene mul took the trail of Hie rohlH-rs, bill us that sectJtni la covered with hi vu mul no tnicka or horsea or men weio vtalhlo, till truce or Hie ill iierailoea wua Inst. Tho jiiwho keiii up ine i-ciirvii several iiiiya, nut HliHIiy DECISION AGAINST TAYLOR. Kentucky Court of Appeals Against Him Two Republicans Join in the Opinion, rrnnkfnrt, Ky April 7,-Tlio Pourt of Ajipfnti lihilay ha tilled down n tleclMeu In tho goromoratitp ense in fu ror of the lieinoerata. 'Hie opinion la of six or Iho jiidgoa. four Iieiunenita mill two llepubllcnna. One llopubll cull. Hiirelle. wna the only Judgo dla aenltng. The other two llepubllcnti Judgea, lluratn and Unity, gnvo a mum rale oplnlnii from the Dotuocratlr Jtulgea, but which tignHsl with Hie Democratic inembera In Ha coiicliiatou. Judge IIoImhiii wrote Uu opltilon of the court. Tlie ponciirrenei or Judaea llumni nml HufTy with the four Democratic Judges wna a anrprlso wnernlly, bin to the llepulillrmis espwlally. ine opinion iioiua tnat flu action of the legislature lu seating tleverunr iiecKiinm was mini, ami that the courts im re no txwer lo review ll; tlmt (lovoinor Tnylnr omiiiIihI Ida nuthorl ty Hi Ntljournlng tin Leglatnture to Kotulnii, nnd thnt the JoiiriiHla or tho two liotlses or the lrfgtalatlire, Iielllg reguliir. cniuint Im Imin'iicheil. 'Jlio lteiniblleniia will now try lo get n henrnig iforo tho rnlliil Hlntea Hti priHiu Court. Thirty days muat elaime before Hie inmiilnle of the Court of Ap penla, lu nccnnlmice with to-diiy'a de clulou, la laaueil. Meanwhile, no radi cal change lu the relative iHwIilona of Iho two mate goveriimeula la expected. Kx-dovinior W. o. llrndley. elder counsel for (loveruor Tnylnr, to-ulghl mithorlseil the stutemeiit thnt mi np pertl mi iH-hiilf of llovernor Taylor mid Moutonmit (loveruor Mitraluill will bo cnrrlcd In the Kiiprouie Court of the Dulled States. Mr. llrailley mul Judge W, 11, YonI, counsel for Hie Itepubll- can slnto iilllcera, woro In connultntlon with tlovpnior Tnylor ror aovfcrol hours this afternoon nml Iho nhovo alHlmnpiil wna imnle nt Iho closo of llu coureroiiei. Uulavlllo, Ky.. April ll.-Tho Cour ier .Journal prima n clrcjiiittlniitlnl alnry which purHirta lo glvo the dotnlls of the coiiceiitlnii nml execution or tho Idol lo kill Senator (loel01. 'Hio atory la lmswl tiKin ovltleuct anhl lo Juivo Ikku given to Iho nttnriteya for thn pmeeciitlnii by Wbsrlen Oolilon, W. II. Coiillnn, 11. It. Youtney mid others. Tho alnry gives the imine of Iho man auictel nr liuvlng HriHl Iho allot tlmt klllwl S'iiHlor (loehol. Ho la n Clny county feudist. He la siipimwihI lo Im lu the mountains and baa not yut been nrrestetl. The slory rollowa the evhlpiiee giv en by Hidden lu the preliminary trial of Cnlb Powers na to tlie bringing to I'rwnkfort of the armed mountain feud ists. The men implicated In the -1111-Nilracy nre Hie name that were impli cated by (lohleii'a lestlmotiv 11a to tho plnu to onus n riot In the l.cglalnturc, during; which DMnnemtlr uiombere were lo have been killed, tella how tho aliened plnu to kill Senator (loobel wna onrrled out; of the pun-lmso from n well-known Cincinnati house of twenty-live steel bullet, smnkeleia-M)Wdor cnrtrldgCM. the procuring or the ltS-cnll-lire rifle wllh which iho shoollng la said to hnve lieen done, the weapon be ing rem r 1111 1 an hour nrterwanl, nnd the iHiyuieiit of stMKi lu ailvance to the limn who did tho ahimtlug. Aftnr tho Nhootlng iho man who did the work In anld to have been ewnrted lo tho Itiuuii tnlna by a number or tinned men. UOKR8 GAI'TUHli URITISH. I SAID TO HBSBMULC A UOTTEHY. gnvo It up. Now Hint tho iti of Pli kin Ima been iIIhiiiIhI the roliliory Is a greater mystery thnn ever to Hie peo ple of thla seel Inn. Plvklu (a mm wauled lu Urnlmni county, Artxoun, for horse aleulliig. The men who robbed llowmnii's haul; lu Imh Criieea 011 tho 13th or rebrtwry ami gut nwny with hIhhii (1,100. were captured a few days ago III Snu Antonio. Texaa, uml brought UMck by Deputy SherifT Wtlllaiua. Tlietr iiHiwn un Hilly Wilson and Oscar J. Wilbur. Wilson was wsl lively lileiillllcd by Cashier l''reeiuan wlieii In got off the train. Wilbur haa made a full confession, in which he states that he mul Wilson ouuultted tke mblMry ami that Will Crareua aud lTtnt Ithialea were sivsaorlca. Wilbur Is uukuowii u this jkiHIoii of the coilil try. Wilson and a runner imrtiier or Ufa, James llnaiks. formerly llvwl in aranl county and were indicted two sr three years ago for the murder of a sclwol muster at Cook's Peak. Ihu. owing to lack of evidence, the cast wna dropiied. Shortly after the bank rohlKiry a saddle dfepieared from Hmiovcr. a mining camp In Uraut county. Ilrwoka waa missed about tin sniiie time nml wna afterward found with (he saddle uutl nrreaiial Hi Art JMiim by Hie sheriff of 1 Irani county. I'lmii Ida return to Hniut he Informed tho sheriff Him Wilson mul Wilbur hud reillinatetl I1I111 to Join them lu tho bank robbery, which he declined to do. u nlao gnve the aheilff audi aildllloiiitl In formation na enabled hint to locate the lucii watU'd. crnviMis mul Ilhodes, with Wilbur and Wllmui. were given it itrelltnlimr hearing lu-iUiy. at which SVllblir relteriltiil Ilia ptevleim eniifos alBli. The Justice hound the irlonurs over lo await the hhIhu of tho next KJCfliUl Jttfjf IU April. Cravnim mil fltn 1 1 11 ml rr it Taken rrUmiem After Hard fiRlithiff, 'Jllocinfoiileln, April 7. Another unfortunate affair Ima occurred, ro milling. I foar. In (he capture uf 11 party or luramry, coiialathig or three coiiiimnlea or the lloynl Irish Kiialleere mul two cntniwulee or the Ninth regl ineiit or mounted lufnntry, near ltml deralmrg, 11 little cuatwnrd or llellmuy railway slnilnn. within a row inllon or this plucp. They wen- surrnnnilod by n stronger ro v or (he eueiiiy. with four or lire guns. "The detachment held out from uoou April aril uuill April I at H ti. in., nml then, npHiii'iitly, surn-inlereil, ror It wua reported thnt the llrlug cnaed at Unit time. Immediately nficr I luainl the news dining tho nrtoinooii of April Krd I ordered liutncre to proceed from SpiillKfiMlli'lli. Ida presont heifd ilitiirtors, to Kwhlersburg, Midi nil mih alblo siecd, mul I illxpaliiicil tho Cmuerou Highlanders hence to Hnth any. lie nniveil nt llMlderaburg nt 10:!I0 a. 111. without opposlilou. but could got 110 ueWH from 'tlie missing detiichmoiit. Thore cun bo 110 doubt Hint the whole (Hirty has Ihhui mode prhmfi ers." It Is iilllclully aniioiiiifed Hint the llrlllah casualties In Hie Hoer miihiiuli near Saiinns Post total up irMi, lucltid liii; itilsalng. Missing. :tN; wnumleil. t; UIIIihI, I. 'Hit missing Includes l:tl nrttlli; ato. UTi life gunnls, 'Jtt men or the Teiiih llusiiara mid fil or ltularta' Horse. The others an divided milling iiuiner oiiH regliiieiits. Aa Hie cnpiurod llrlllah sohller wore lu a HHiltkiu to dereml tliein selves fur in-arly 1 weiiiy-rotir hours, mid wen then rontil to aurrendur. the Qghthig must have Imk-ii severe. The lust i ninpanleM ntv tirolaibly part or the rone guarding Hie railroad at lletbnny. thirty inlh-s soiuh or lllocin fiinicln, The Hoera nre evidently operating In force near the ntllroail nml there Is possibility or tho Hue being Interrupted ror 11 brier period nt any time. 'rhi' Hoors were also lu forw yester day Sivo miles from Jngersfoutelu, min uted aUty miles up from llloeiuf- ileln. They hud 11 brush with the 'i.'"h w It ills. Advlcos front Hpiiugfiiulelu, da lei I It p. in.. April nih, niiiioiiiico tlittt the lluora have been slghlsil west or thr railroad to I1IOTOU8 I'UBIITO HICJANB. Tlisy Altark Ainrrleaii Nrsrn Ijiliurttrs a a Itiiult of u Htrlke. Bnn Jiimii, Puerto lllco. April 7. At I o'clwk yosienlny evening the na tlvtsl made a concent rat id movemeiit at Puerto Tleru. IHITereni liiobs, tolnl lug rImiiiI U.000 men, a I lacked the for eign colored no n. Any Kiigllsh-sponk-lug negro waa subject to attack, mrtlc tilitrly the unlives or St. Thomas and 81. Kilts, one Puerto Itlcan was killed, one was seriously Injured mul three negroes or Si. Kills were danger ously wounded. The affair waa Ho outcome of the uier I strike nml the presence of the attack, ' .1.. . L . , . . . t aiHireii'iy, was mm inr rnniian is landers were usurping Puerto lllcsii labor. The Islanders siitliiMiied trouble ami aoiuc of Hicui were sruicd with revolvers, iiie mob eulereil the bouse of a St. Kills iiisu. Ilia alalomeu was alasheil wllh a iiMcheie. Another 81. Kills man was slotted, and cscaHMl 10 the roof, but was forced to Jump to the ground. He was rnllowiil lu tin street mul stoned until exhausted, wlieu his head was hammered Into a Jelly. A omniany or lufautry, under Onp tnlu Alexaiuh r ami l.leuleiianta Atisell mul Parker, was called out ami martial law waa declared. Koldlera uuw iiatrol the atreeta, nnd the rum simps nre cIomhI. The mere presence of the sol diers dlHiM'iwd the crowds. Thuro were tin deiiuiuslralloiia after tho nr rival of Hit troois. The condition of affair necessitates the presence of trooHi ludellultely Hi order to piereut more trouble. The inutilclwl Millco nre utterly lunihsUHte to preserve or der or handle any crowd. They stood uy (luring ine not na sjioeiutors mm miiue 110 attempt to interfere. It Is tiudersteed that the lirltlsji oo'l sol has tloinutulHl proleetliui for lint lh sllldeetH, timllgh lilt HUtllorjtltiS Here will tint make nuy sinloitieut on the subject. iin" I'oinpnity VThlrli I Alleged IIiivii lltniliuarlrrs In Clilcncn. New York. April II - In Fifth avonue. Just north or Koiirteeiilh street, a busi ness closely resembling 11 lottery Iiiih been oHraiel ror the last three yenra without liilerfcn-nce rroin the police. "Invialora" paying tho aum of $1 hnve Iho opportunity lo draw "limns" rang ing from $R to $10,000. provided tholr certlllvntcs of application hnppuii to boor winning numbers. According to Information, D. ft. Jones now iimkea Ida heiidittiirtorH lu room lUlft .Masonic iViuilc. Uhlcngo, rroin which place he operates tho (Ituirmity I -on 11 mul Trust Coiiipany, 11s thla lottery wheme la known. The miuottnceinent or the ullntmoiit con tiilus the numbers IJiat are Hitpiiosed to have been awarded ' loans." Uluss A, ror Hislaiice, reiiii'seuHug the ?10, IKHi "101111," wna allotted lo tho holdur or I'lirtlllcnto No, 8.1,111. It la said nil tlu mull for Hie concern la aout from Sail I'iiiiicImco to Jottoa In Chicago mul from (hero Iho work of the grout "loan" outorprlso la dlioctcil. delimit Marrull Kltlrd. London, April 11. -The war ofllce nt 11I10111 I p. 111. ine-tcd 11 dlaimlch frtini lml ItolM'its uuiiotimiug Lord Metli lien's capture or llfty-four llosrs nnd the killing of Ceiiernl Ylllubola Mnrettll the elder or stuff or the liner nrmy. lu Uu limit Ii of (Ieiicrul VIIIcIhiIh Muroiill Hie Hoera lose their heat In Mrucieil soldier In conlluentnl methoda or warfare. As the Isle Heiiurnl Jou ImtI'h cliler or stuff, his brain devised the Pirr dereiisea against tlcuernl Huller'a iidvstice to the roller or I.nily smith, lie la nUimisciI to have choscr. the gun posliloiiH ami 10 have laid down the covered trenches. He dls IHiscd the llocrs nt the Centura, from which they were sent mussed to the iliTeiise or any part or a wide nrc. (lin enil YllltilNila Mnreutl wua tho most notable or till the soldiers or tho foreign armies Mrvlng with the lloeiu Ho had written nccuahuuil Interesting luttora to Proiieh Hipcrx. He is snhl to luivo been iisponnible for iniiny Hoer huc cihws lu Nutnl. mid Inter Hi Capo Col ony, mid the southern 'part of tho Orange Free Stale It Is anld ho en tered Hie liner service mutely lieoutisc war wua Ida trade. Hrwry Is it Drimimt. Washington, April 7,-Adiulriil nml Mrs. Duuoy returned lu Washington nt glHO lo-iilght from their brief visit in Plilliulolplila. Thoy exprowud them aotvos na greally pleaded wllh tholr ru coplloiL A iiumhor of reporters wero nt the house uwaltlug their return. lu rssiKiiUK to n question the ndnilrnl said Hint he exHHied lu 11 few days to have ready for the prose a slntoiueiit 11a to h't plans for the futitri. "Can you coutlrui the slnteineul you nre creilHed wllh iimklng thnt yuu tiro 11 Democrat r porslstwl one of Um -v-jHirtcra. "Certainly I am a Deiuoern' ' ho re plied. "I always have lieen n Demo crat," lie Hilitsxf smilingly. "Ilsre you ever voted the Ditnocralle tlclcrtr "No. I uerer Toleil In my life. 'J'llS only nisn I ever wanted to vote for was Mr. Cleveland." "It Is sakl that Mr. Cleveland wants yon to run uu a atralght gold Ham era Ik platform." "Uowl night," answered Hie admiral, without answering tke unsstknt. TurkUli 1nner Will llritwln. Paris, April 7.-t'nlted Btnvoa Cotn iiilestoiier Peck and Amlmasailur Pur ler culled on the Turkish mulmssfldor ysotsnlny i-oiuvrnlng the deinnlltlou of the tower or the Ottoman imvlllan, which o bat met a the view of the Ameri can national building, 'lite Turklnh nnilmssador snhl the iinfurtuimto posi tion of the iurklHh btilltllng wns tho fault of the l'reiirh auiliorllloH. lie said It was too Into to change It. aim Incident la prulwhly ulonttd. John W. Ilrouks or Chlaaco hag mn npiHiluttHl Aiuerlrnn nlhlitle dlreotor of the oxHHdllon. Uakss Millions In Wall Htrt. jm'it 1 lira, pni 1 JOilll vi, UBICS, tltiiiiitiliil Instil of Iho Amcrlann 8leol mul Wire Company, la rejiorleirto httVp S SI MV WVII'UHJ t IVUJ ....... t. .. t ... sail rtTin . a won ihiiivvci! wawwj ami stsjaugu reeenUy Hi Wall alroot as a rMiiIt of Uih rise of llsltltuun k Ohio and Otilou Paoino stoeks.