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THE EDDY CURRENT. Homo First, tko World Aftorward. ON.. VOL. VII. EDDY, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1801). NO. 23. nut at fun. Fada, III, April 11. A deadly riot, (ho most aarlous disturbance that has occurred turn since the union minora Instigated a strike In April, 1698, was enacted yesterday, resulting In Mvon persons being ahot to death and nine wounded ns follows: The dead: Frank Cobtirn, cltlsen; X&vler taCoq, Frenchman, union min er) thrco colored men and one colored woman. Tho wounded: Frank Lndu worth, ehot In head: Mrs. Henrlola, shot In left arm: Will Kuhn, laundryman, shot n legs nnd hand: Cyrus Strlokfcr, shot In hark: Albert Ule'Mcra, shot In hand; Geo. Kimball ahot In arm; Henry Stev ens, colored, shot In neck; Cats Prof- fltt. shot In foot; Carrlo Follx, shot In broast. , Tho situation quieted down at night fall and no nioro troublo was looked for. Adjt. Qcn. Rccso, Col, A. 13. Cul ver nnd threo companies ot Infantry nrrlvcd at Co'clock yesterday ovonlng on Hpeclal trains and perfect order was maintained throughout tho town from that,' time on Tho poldlors Immediately began pa trolling tho directs throughou'l tho en tire town. Minors stood about In groups taking, but thoro was no outward man ifestation ot excitement, nlthough It was evident that) grent Indignation ox Istcd, especially among tho townspeo ple over tho shooting of tho altlzons and women. - Henry Stovcnn, n colored minor, who has long boon considered a leador among his associates, Is doclarod to havo been tho direct cause" of tho riot. It Is said ho was also tho leader of tho riot that occurred last Sontombor. Stovons visited tho pall at 0:30 yes terday morning nnd was talking through tho window grating tosovur.il colored prisoners confine for potty of fenses, when Deputy Sheriff Cbecney approached and told Stovons ho wns under arrest, producing a warrant that had been standing against Stevens for sorag time. Tho colored man Immo- dRffiX drew a rovolvor nnd showed flglr glol daunted tho deputy drew his weapoh nnd advanced to tako Stovons, who Immediately fired. Tho bullot went wild and tho sheriff oponod up with his own weapon, but without ef fect, Stovons took to his hcols nnd succeeded In gaining FcnwcU'a storo In Locust street, tho principal thorough faro, two blocks distance, nnd took his stand In tho entrance. Ho hesitated an Instant and then stepped to tho pavemont, levoled his revolver down the street toward his approaching pur fluor, nnd fired. Tho bullet missed the deputy and struck Xavler LeCocq, a Frenchman, who was standing In tho ontrnpee ot n nearby saloon, squarely In the forehead, killing him Instantly. Stovcns then turned and ran Into tho storo and sought rctuga behind a coun ter. I)y this tlrao tho strcoU wero rapidly filing with mon, all ot whom boro weapons. Deputy Cheenoy dashed i Into tho storo, followed by Doputy Joo Mullen nnd several citizens. A fusllado of bullets was poured Into tho storo nnd Stovons emptied his rovolvor nt his assailants from behind tho counter. Tho Infuriated crowd nC tho door con tinued tho flro at Stovons seeing was inevltablo Jf ho romalned behind the counter, made n desperato dash from Us cover to u stairway In tho rear ot tho stoie. Ho fall pierced by six bulets beforo ho had gono ton foot. Deadly riot followed. If. nui T, O. Ilaltt, Foreign Missions Mass convention at Hoarno, April 13-18, Roud trip tickets double child's faro; on sole April 1211, limited to April 17. San Jacinto day and Dower parade, Houston, April 21-32 Round trip tick ets on salt April 20-21, good to return up to 10:45 p. m., April 23: $5 for round trip Thornton to Fort Worth, Lancaster and DenUon, inclusive. State Medical association, Ban An tonio, April 25-23. From stations where ono-wny rnto to San Antonio is more than $2:30, and less than $3.05, round trip rnto will bo $3. Whero ono-wny rnto to Ban Antonio Is $3.00 more, one fare. Tickets good for return on oi before April 29. Mooting Hood's brigade, May 1-3; Confederate Votornns' reunion, Mny 3-4; Grand Lodgo Son or Hermann, Mayl-4, all nt Austin. whero ono-wny rato Is less than $2.30 to Austin, doubto child's fare. Whore ono-wny rato to Austin is moro than $2.2C nnd less than 6.05, $3 rnto. Where ono-wny rato to Austin Is $3. 05 nnd less than $5,06 ono faro. Whero ono-wny rnto io Austin is moro thnn $5, $5 rate. M..L. ROniJlNS, O. I. and T. A. ftnntn Crm Titk.n. Manila, April 11. Santa Crux was tho Filipino' stronghold on Lako La gun a dc Day, and It fell Into tho hands of Qcn. Lnwton after somo sharp, quick fighting, forming ono ot tho most in teresting nnd important battles of the war. The plans ot tho American com manders worked perfectly with tho ex ception that the progress ot tho expe dition was delayed by tho difficult nav igation ot tho river. About 1500 picked men composed tho expedition, which wns under tho personal command of don. Lnwton on account ot tbs lllnoss of Oen. King. Those troops partly sur rounded tho city whllo tho gunboats Lnguna de Ray, Nnpldau ami Ocsto,' under command of Capt. rjrnnt ot tho Utah battery, shellod tho city and out lying trenches, (Jen. Lnwton enpturod Santa Crux at tho extreme end ot the lake, Ho drovo tho rebels, who wero commanded by a Chinaman named Pao Wuh, Into tho mountains. Tho Americans had but six men wounded. Tho rebels lost six ty-clght men killed and bad forty men wouuded. FLU IHmA. Washington, April 10. Justlco Ste phen J. Field ot the United States su premo court, retired, died at his home on Capitol Hill, in this city, at 0:30 o'clock last evening, of kidney compli cations. About his bedside wero his wife nnd her sister, Mrs. J. Condlt Smith, Mr. Justlco David Rrowcr, his ncphow; Mrs. lSdgerton ot California, Mr. Linton, his prlvnto secretary, tho Rov. Kdward M. Mntt, rector ot tho Church ot the Ad vent, and tho family rcrvants. Ho had been unconscious since Sat urday, and death camo painlessly. Kor slnco Justlco Flold's retirement on Dec. 1, 1837, ho had enjoyed compar atively good health, and being relloved from tho responsibilities which ho had borne so many years, ho becamo moro cheerful thnn formerly and seemd to enjoy tho socloty ot his frlonds nnd acquaintances moro thnn ever before. All during tho wlnlor when tho weather was fair ha took drives about tho city or through tho grounds of tho Soldiers' home, and always roturn cd refreshed. About two weoks ago, however, ho look n longer rldo than usual In an opon carriage and contracted a sovero cold, which rapidly developed tho kid noy troubles from which he suffered, though but slightly, but for routs time. The disease readily yleldod to Irani msnt, nnd on Thursday Inst ho snt up for a tlmo nnd seemed himself again but on Saturday morning ai ahnngo for iho worse took place, and nbout noon he lost consciousness. From that tlmo ho Mink rapidly nnd oxplred at 0:30 "'clock. Tqw Lot, New York. April . rhe British steamer Exeter City arrived In quai ontlno last night. Capt. Watlitns re ports that on April 2, in latitude 43.20, longitude 54, the Rxater City felt in with tho Hrltlsh ship Knlros, frcin New Orleans for Qlasfow, and found her In a disabled ton tUIo.t md un managable. He made arrangements to steer her and proeeediJ. On April 5 1hey enoountered a gala blowing with hurrloane force. Tho steel wire banner connecting the ships parted nud tho Kalros was lost sight ot. Taliur D.nil. Donvor, Col., April 11. Hon. H. A. Tabor, postmaster ot this city and ox United States senator, died nt 0:30 yestordny morning ot appendicitis af ter thrco days' illness. Horaco A. W. Tabor was born la Orleans county, Vermont, Nov. 20, 1830. Ho went to Kansas In 1855 and served a term In tho legislature. In 1SC0 ho engaged In placer mining In California gulch, near Leadvlllo. In partnership with August Rocho nnd Qco. T. Hook ho oponod tho famous Llttlo Pittsburg mine, lator soiling his Interest for $1,000,000. Other mines In Leadvlllo yleldod enormous profits nnd quickly mado him tho Holiest man In Colorado. In 18S0 nnd 1881 Mr. Tabor built tho Tabor block nnJ the opera-house In this city nnd do nated to tho government tho bite ot tho Federal building. In ItiO he was elected lieutenant govornor. Whoa Senator Toller entered Piesldent Ar thur's cabinet Mr. Tabor was ap pointed as United States senntor to fill the unexpired term ot thirty days. Ho was n enndldate for tho long term as senator, but was defeated by one vote. In 1808 Mr. Tabor was appointed postmaster ot Denver by PnMldent MeKlnley. He had lost his wealth through unfortunate ItiVMttufluts. Tho playing season of the Texas Baseball league begins on the lfith and ends on July 4. , tjkt Advle.i. AHb, Peru, April 11. Advices re ceived hero in regard to tho revoluMon In Rollvla cay that the situation at Oruro, where President Alonzo has es tablished his basd ot operations, Is desperate. It Is added that the Fed eralists or Insurgents are pushing their operations and that the banks of Sucre, the capital ot Uollvla, have refused to furnish any funds to Presi dent Alouio's government. The street cur atrlka at Wheeling, 7. vs., ( etu on. The plans for tho rebuilding of the National Cotton Oil Mill company's mill In Donlson have been received at the oflleo of the company nt that olty. The plans look to an Improvement of the plant and making it of larger ca pacity. Work will begin on tho new building ns soon as possible. Tli lUndlltl, Holguln, Province of Santiago de Cuba, April 11. Tho banditti question In this province Is assuming much mure serious proportions. In spite of the fact that there have been many arrests In tho neighborhood of Panetl Bplrltus, noludlng the principal leaders, the number ot outlaws Is Inoreaslng In stead of diminishing. The gendarmes are practically worthies unless they are American troops. I'HUl I'lgltl. Drucson, S. C, April 10. A pitched battle was fought In the Btreots hero late Saturday night botwoou Jnmcn Preacher, Clurllo l'rcnchor nnd Arrcn Preacher, brothers, on ono sldo, nnd Gcurgo Rled, Mack Rlcd nnd Jnmcs Rlcd, brother, jnnd Joseph Connolly, on tho other. CJeuKO Rlod wns killed, Mack Rlcd Is probably fatally wounded nnd'.Joaoph Connelly rtrlously and James PronohT slightly wounded. A colored farm hand employed by acorgo Rlcd was omployod by tho Preachers nn-1 bad toolings engendered. Saturday ovonlng tho Rlods wont to tho Proachor rosidenco on this matter, and hot words woro passed. Lator in tho night tho two parties met at tho Tw.It Drown. Ulendlve, Mont., April 9. An lee gorgo in tbs Yellowstone river at this point caustd that stream to overflow Saturday night, drowning four persons Right more are missing; the North ern Pacific tracks aro washed away for somo dlatnnco nnd the loss of livestock bY drowning will Involve a large sum, Tho dead persons aro: Mrs. It. W. Snyder. Miss Nelllo Rengnn. Miss Rose Wybeoht. Kugono F. O'Connor. The Ice began moving nt 7)30 In tho evening and continued flowing until 0:30, when It formed a gorge. Tho Snyder family stnrtod for tho Northern Pnelflo tracks, hoping thus to escape drowning, but bctoro they oov ercd hnlt tho distance the water was waist ileoup and thoy took rofugq In n tree. O'Connor wns tho first to be washod from tho tree, Mrs. Snyder the occond and Mies Wybooht third. Alhuga plcco ot Iro struck tho treo nnd broko It in two, carrying oft Miss ltoagan. Iitor developments yesterday found (light moro pcnoutjjwho wero vktlms ot tho overflow, inuKlnrj twelve In nil. They comprised tho enll'o faintly ot James Sullivan, wltd and six children, whose rosldeAoe l.i 240 ynrJs from tho nc-flwt polnfof the Yellowetono river, At Miles City tho Ice jammed at the mouth ot Tonguo river, forcing tho water bade until tho entire south side of tho elty was utidon wntor. Sevcnty flvo houses had to bo abandoned, tho people having to bo rescued In boats, so quick had been tho rlso ot water. Iitur In tho afternoon tho water broke over tho trnok Into Mnln strcot., which ran n torrent. Dynnmlto hns been used nnd It Is supposed that tho worst Is over. Tho loss can nut yet bo ostlmat cd. Wnshouts aro reported all nloni tho Northern Pnelflo and passcngor trains nro stalled nil uloug thq lino. SOUTHERN NEWS. Knoxvllle, Term,, has n $30,000 Are. Virginia, North and Snuth Carollnn woro visited by n snow storm last week. In n-fight nt tho Memphis raco track lid Ryan and C. R. Clark wero mortal ly wounded by Mlko Stanley, Rov. J. II. Funston, rector ot Trin ity church, Norfolk. Vn., who was olcct- rl lilslinri nf llm Ilnliiennni illnnaxn nt 1 I 1 . ( . - 1 " .-www. uu.P.v Bomor in (no (own nna nn ai- 1)olse i(lal0 has uocopted uT.uuun eniuou uoiwcen ucorgo Hied nnd James Prcachor. In nn Instnnco weapons woro drawn nnd n gonorr.l fusllndo followed. The ntrcots w.ro crowded, and It is miracu lous that no bystanders woro Injured. Tho flro of tho Preachers seems to havo been practically directed on Qcorgo Rlcd. Ho received nlno wounds. Notwithstanding his wounds ho lived until morning. many Will Nut t'nll Th. in. Washington, April 10. Tho army court of inquiry Into tho boot supply to tho army decided to adhore to Its deotslonnot to call tho list ot wltncssos submitted by Oen. Miles. Tho rending ot the official reports was concluded. Mr. Alox Powell, tho owner of the beet process ot which so much has been said, was heard nt tho foronoon session. He gavo many details con cerning his Invention and stated that ha made an agreement with Armour & Co. to havo them uso tho process in case they could securo the govern ment contract. He stated, however, that Swltt & Co. had not had the use ot It. Attempt to Wreck Train. Ardmore, I. T April 10. A dastardly attempt was made to wreek the north bound Santa Fe 11 o'eleek train yester day mornlmc between Dougherty and Derwyn. An obstruction was spiked to the track on a trestle, and had not the en gineer discovered same, a wreek would have occurred. ' It Is thought that the motive was robbery. Marshals are investigating the case. i l)liehKrs.t Till. VT..W. Washington, April 10. The peace ratifications are to be exchanged with Spain this week. There will bo no ceremonies. When the president receives tho treaty from Ambassador Cambon he will Issue a proclamation whluh will release 16,000 volunteers now in the Philippines. Spain may get her $30,000,000 wRhtn forty-eight hours after the exchange of the ratlOeatlo, Dr. It. (1. Jennings, ono ot Arkan sas' most prominent Jhyslolnnsdlod nt Llttlo Rock. Ho was president ot the Arknnsn. board ot health many, years. Near Llttlo Roak, Alk., whllo Joseph Mcssley, n fnrmor, wns feeding n liorso tho animal klokd him un tho chin, shattering every bone. Ho only lived n fow minutes, Tho TemiMsoa Association of Con- grgntlonnl churches convened nt Nash ville. It Is" composed ot pastors nnd del egates from Tennessee, Arkansas. north lAnbnmn and Kentuoky, lliirn.il In I). Bill. authrlc, Ok., April 10. Whllo Mra. J. F. Rhodes ot Waukomls was car rying a lighted lamp from ono room of her house to another It exploded, enveloping her In burning oil and burning hor so badly sho died In n tew hours. Sho was 23 years old and leaves two llttlo children. William Cumborledge, recently brought from Fort Madison, la., on a requisition to answer to tho charge ot murder, was given a preliminary trial nt Chandler Saturday and bound over to tho grand Jury to answer to the charge ot murdering J. W. Fox, n tnlser. who was found murdered in his homo near Sao and Fox ageney last fall Sd his money all stolen. Tw.It. P.rl.h, Now York, April 8. Fire early yes torday morning destroyed tho hand- somo resldenco ot Wallaco C. Andrews, at No. 2 Hast Sixty-seventh street, and twelve persons slesplug in the House were burned to death. Flro brands car ried by tho wind' woro blown Into nn opon window In (ho home nt Albert J. Adnma, No. 3 Knst Sixty-ninth street, two blocks distant, setting flro to tho houso and auslng tho death of n sor vant. All of tho thirteen bodies havo been recovered. Tho dead are: Wallnco C. Andrews, president ot tho Now York St mm Heating com pany: Mrs. Wallace C. Andrews; Mrs. (lenrgnun Hod en St. John, wtfejot Mrs. Andrews' brother, O. C. Rt John, nn official of tho New York 8tenm Heat ing compnny; Orson St. John, nged 7 yenrs; Wallaco St. John, 3 years; Fred erick St. John, 13 months; Nelllo Flan ugnn, servant; Kva Peterson, servant; Knto Downing, servant; Marie Roth, nervant, nnd Annie Nary, servant. In tho Adams fire: Mrs. Mary Lnugh Un. oa od 30 years, housekeeper, died from suffocation nnd burns; Alice White, n cook, nnd Jonny llurnH, laun dress, the only Inmates ot tho Audrowa house who escaped, aro In tho hospital lu a serious condition. The list of Injured nt tho Adnms flro nro: Mrs. Isabella Adams, wife ot Albert J. Adams, Injured In tho back, burned, suffering from shock; Nolllo Qulnn, servant, Jumped from fourth floor to nn extension, sovero bruises; Kvclyn Adnms, burned, shock; Minnie Iloglo, sorvuut, sprained nnlilo nnd bruises; Jerry Illazln, fireman, contus ions on tho back; Mnry Mnlloy, leg fractured, shock; Wm. Stevenson, bruises nnd contusions. Whether the flro started from an ox plo.Mon ot :i lamp or ot gad has not yet boon determined, hut when It was flrH dlseovorcd at 2 o'clock yosterday morning tho flnmes seemed to burst from all parts ot tho houso nt onco. Policeman McKnlght wns nt Fifth nvonuo und Sixty-sixth street when " honrd nn explosion nnd snw tho ghir og finmrs In Slxty-sovcnth strcot. Ha ran to tho spot nnd found tonguos ot flro leuplng from tho uppur windows nt tho Andrews house and half way across tho street. Ho tried to break In tho door nnd nrauso tho inmates ot Uiu houso, but van driven bnok by tho flumes. Not waiting nny longco than to nrouiio tho family of tho Rothchllds In the adjoining houso, ho sotu in nn nlnrm. When the firemen arrived they went though tho Rotchhild houso ana mannged to got In tue renr rooms or. tho third floor of tho Androw home, whero they found Mrs. St. John and her 3-ycnr-old son, Wnllaoo, uncon- Mollis on " floor nnd their clothes ni- wnit burnud off. Thoy wero quicKiy taken Into tho Rothchlld house. Mra. St. John dlod within n fow minutes. Her child dlod In tho fireman's nrms. All efforts to arouse tho inmates in time tn save thomsclves wero futile. nnd nsldo from Mra. St. John, tho only other persons who got out of tho houso allvo woro tho two servants, jomnu i!nrnn ami Allen White, who appeared at tho unpor windows, torror-Btricken, nnd heodloss of tho cries ot tho firemen that thoy would rnlso manors nna save them, thoy Jumped. Jennie Hums loapod out first. She turned over nnd over nnd foil nlmost directly upon her bend. Hor skull wns frnrtured in sevorni pince. too oiner woman, when he saw tho fnto of her friend, bosltatod for n moment, men a tho smoko thickened, sho too Jump ed. Sho fell upon n rear extension or the Imllillnir and was picked up un conscious nnd severely injured. Dlmtmlimi-iit DilEittr.. U'nulilnnlnn. Anrll 8. Tho secretary ot state has announced tho constitution ot tho United Btntos dologntlon to mo disarmament congress which will meet nt Tho Hoguo In tho latter part of May. Tho dolegnllon consists of Andrew I). Whlto, United states nmunssauor ni Ucrlln: Mr. Nowoll. United States min ister to the Netherlands; President Beth Low ot the Columbia university, New York: Cant. Crozler of tho ord nance department. United States army, and Cnpt. A. T. JJaimn, uniieu.Biniea navy, retired. Frederick Holla ot New York will bo secretary of tho delegation. The Amorlcan commission ns a wholo Is regarded as an exceptionally strons: body, being made up of men well known, not only In public ana po litical life, tut in the world or loiters and International affairs. They are all men ot scholarship, fine linguists and thoso attainments helpful in a congress representing tho nations or tho world conducted under the diplomatic usage whleh makei Frfeneh the aeeepted lan gunge. Mora Shelling, Apia, Samoa, March 24, via San Francisco, Cnl., April 8. A corre spondent had an intervlow with Ad mlrnl Kautz. Ha spoko quite freely on the situation and considers he has been grossly Insulted by tho aerman consul general Issuing his counter proclama tion. Tho admiral takes tho stand that tho llcrlln treaty, which ho Is In structed by his government to uphold, docs not mako any provision whatever for n provisional government His In structions aro to carry out tho treaty at which tho views ot n majority ot tho consuls provnll. Ho Is very wroth with ttho Oermnn consul and blames him entirely for tho present attltudo of tho rebels, ns tho nntlves wero oboylng his command to retire to their homos when tho Oermnn proclamation was Issued. At tho meeting ot tho consuls nnd sen ior naval officers on the flagship, tho admiral explained his position. Under tho treaty there would bo no provis ional govcrnmont, nnd tho agreement under which It hns boon recognized un der peculiar nnd trying circumstanced for the protection of life nnd properly wns Just as provisional as tho govern ment Itself. Ho had to stand by tho su premo court and ho hoped that a plan of action would bo decided upon for restoring prnco to tho Islands with out tho Intervention ot nn nrmod forco. United States and Urltsh warships have been forced to resume shelling Matnafa'a forces and many casunltloi havo resulted. Two miles north ot Savoy, Fannin oouuly, Huoeli, the 12-year-old ton of Mr. IJ. A. Plgg, accidentally shot him self with a gun. The entire load ot shoot took etfest In tho right hip, mak ing: a dangerous is not a fatal wound PnyaisUns were summoned, who dress ed the wounds and pronounee his eoss erltloul. Tuna King. llcrlln. April 10. Au official tele gram from the aerman eonsul of Apia, Samoa, dated March 24, says minor collisions aro dally oeourrlng and that tho bombardment continues Intermit-tlngly. Tho dispatch adds: "Tanu yester day was appointed king at Mullou by tho other consuls and commanders. "Dullness Is nt a standstill. All the thops have btsa elosed slnee Marca llloloiu Trnupa, Atlanta, On., April 8,--A special from Urcunvlllo, B. 0 says: Tho fourth Now Jersey, which wai mustered out here Thursday, loft dur ing tho afternoon for homo, terrorizing tho communities through which-thoy, passed by firing volloys from oars with revolvers and mado a bnd nnmo for thomsolvos nt various points, stealing nil they could lay their hands on. They started out from Qrcenvllto by firing vulloys from tho train, nnd ropcatod this at almoit ovory station thoy pass ed. A vendor of nrmy badges and camp souvenirs had ten watches and sixty badges stolen from him on Clio way with thorn to Laurens. At Chcstor nnd Jersey they stood oft n crowd ot spectators with n volley ot rovolvor allots, then raided the waiting and lunch room, carrying off all they could find. Thoy nro reported to havo stolon n blcyclo nt Chcstor. -Many ot tho men wero drunk when they left boro, and reports Indicate that thoy became moro Intoxicated ns thoy proceeded. A ILc.liar. J Atlanta, On., April 8. Judge Now mnn yoatorday appointed T, I). Moador receiver for tho firm or U. A. smith a Co. ot Atlanta. Creditors of tho firm filed n potltlon In tho court yesterday to havo thorn adjudged bankrupts, nnd Jmigo Nowmnn at tho same tlmo Is rued nn ordor requiring tho plaintiffs to furnish bond In tho mini ot $20,000. Tho liabilities of tho firm npproxlmato $200,000, nnd It In expected that tho as nets will bo very near that amount. The irm Is anld to havo been badly crippled by tho falluro ot Moody & Drowsier. I'rr.liUnt llivll.it. Washington, April 8. A commlttco representing southern societies Inter ested In an encampment to bo hold at Falls Chruch, Vn., Juno 7 nnd 8, un der loho nusplcos of tho Daughters of tho Confederacy, yestorday, Invited tho president to attend tho oxerclsos. Mr. MeKlnley promised to do It ho wero boro. Oon. Josoph Wheelor was with tho commlttco and tho president lntighlngly said ho would llko to go under tho general's cscoit It tho lattor wero not then fighting In .tho Philip pines. Tho romnrk was not consider cd Hlgiilflennt. Tlilrl.rn lmllnt.il. Charleston, 8. C, April 8. In tho United States circuit ootirt yesterday, Judgo W. H. nrawley presiding, n truo bill wns found by the grand Jury ngnlnst thirteen ot tho mon accused ot lynching Frnser 1). Raker nt l.al;o City, 8. C, Tob. 22, 1808. Flftoen men aro undor nrrost, but no explanation of tho dropping of two names from tho Indict ment vms given. Reforo giving tho ense out, Judgo Urnwloy delivered an Imperative charge. He did so, ha said, owing to the unusubl gravity ot the oaso. Morlijr Jnll.il, t.lBhl (or OnnvlvL. Louisville. Ky.. April 8. The stale prison eommlzslon has let a contract to St. !ul parties for putting In a $1000 eleetrte light plant at the peni tentiary at Frankfort. Tho eell ot each oonvlot will bo lighted with an Incan descent light. The old eleetrlc plant will be removed to the Bddyvllle pris on and put in operation. sluit IUuibIu Till Wlnt.r. Washington, April 8. The result ot correspondence between Acting Secre tary ot War Metklejohn and Surgeon Oeneral Wyman, of the Marine Hospit al Service, regarding the return to this country of the remains of the men who died in Cuba ot yellow fever has been the Issuance of orders by ttiTHormer directing that none of the remains ot yellow fever vlstlms shall be brought to the United States until cold weather. Thoio who died in battle or ot wounds will M thought back at once. Kansas City, Mo., April 8. Santi ago Merphy, arrested here on a charge at embezzling $76,000 from Hie Nation ai Hank ot Mexico, was yesterday ar raigned before United States Commis sioner J. M. Nuekols. Mr. Nue.koU fix ed his bond at $96,000, and in default ot ball, committed him to Jail. Mor phy'e hearing was set for April 14. Morphy gave no sign of surprise, ex cept to say he '.fas not expecting such measures, und ho was unprepared, R. Moore filed n petition In bank ruptcy at Paris, Tex., in the Federal eourt. chedullng Indebtedness of $200.34. Dllpp.d IlUtk IIUoil. New York, April 8. A Washington speclnl says the lsf apuvt ot Inquiry overruled the recorder's objections 'o ten admission ot written statements ot 117 officers testifying for Oen. Miles. About 100 sUtemooti were read and received ns testimony, possibly oa a hint from the president, as Dav Is' law. point was good. These reports are all adverse. One officer said tho beef dripped black blood. Ylto President Hobart is Improving.