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GRAND RAPIDS, MICH,, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 22, 18B0.
FIVE GENTS
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SENATE AilD USE
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THE COAL MINERS.
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a:- i '.a ..-r kiivt l't.- man's tiii
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I GR SKIRMSH
OicicJ Report of the Fight
ing oa the Frontier.
m TURKS A ERE THE AGGRESSuRS.
The CommnJer InstruCte i to AvoiJ
Motiot't'i but to Assume the
Dc'ensn? I he Nev Min
istry Fornud,
A : ,iK. VJav Jl Ma -r I' . ii. on t.t h
.jl.-i'.f f.;'.,:i: r-j ort t. u.e uriii
u.ei.t o t!.e t.it.-i ijj troiit.i-r Wi.ile
A'.-ff i. : sni;.! tr.- - at K.4rra at
& th: ni-irii'iu', tn lurk .; r.i I
e i s 1 ui We re: i, l !,r " .'.!1
e.4-1 '..Jt A.'.e'' 'Hue .,isj i r the 1 i r k
. 1 1:1 re yr ii- i !.iti; the Mr hoi hue
!-.. r N'e.er.." l-rhri-i o.tr :.re io r-ae,
.til I I! I' ifi a ;.". s! ;.j..'l at 4 i,'i !.k W
.n th : . i . r i : t . , . II; r.i'tvt reiieif.J
t:.iir hri:iB, thi ti'u vi'h nrtlilery
from Kant. At ti o'clock n Turkish rum
; in v ,t!i u -el A.th tin- j-urj.oe of takm,;
An -t; : l'ne l urk are n-i'in'ii.iif; tj
af k o :r ,u NVere. l'tiey liave tai
I'.ire 1 oir j.st at Balraktorl. Thit tluy
" i.'i t !! i:i .ioit: ! a U'l.in ruh. 1
have or.iere-.l my tr ; to reo. e :j y other
j.o-:U u All i n -i'.iift."
l ;.e .verniiient ha or lere ! the tireek
f ..' inian h-r to av..i.l h--tiiai. lut if the
l urks are the areors the tireek"
a3;ime the o:!enive.
Ilia New liitrk Mlniatrj,
Aiiifv May Jl. Tin? new (irecian niiri
iitry un.ler M. Tricoum ha been formed
a follow : Mini.-ter of war an l linHtnv
mv ui.niallv , M Trieonci: miniter of
i:tferi.r. M. l.ombaril : nunitier ( justi. e.
M. Voiiipiotto; miniter of in'truruou, M
Mancto.; miuiiter of marine M. 1'heokoti
SHOOTING AFFRAY.
I'rt II iirou ttrol)ier-lii-l.w t'ij;lit About
l-'auiily Affair -KoWert Wnlili lit
l hri Tlni A It) ntMiider Shot.
V-. . i- -. -V '"V .O.v .ill A
I'oiu HriioN, Mich., May Jl. lhibert
Wa!h, a meri liant. anJ his brotlier-in-law,
. K. Twir, met on the street at noon today
and quarreled, and Va!?h was sliot three
timet and ha 1 his shoulder dislocated. A
bytfcnder minied 0. F. Taylor, a hardware
meichant. Aa "hot in the ler. The affair
reA- out of family trouble, Walsh no'
navina bill for divorce from his wife
pending in the Supreme court. Twirs is a
burly riant and Walsh a small man, and
mucn indignation is, therefore, felt against
T a ir.
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COMING TO THE RAPIDS.
Clieho aii' It .iii for Hilroitil Kitenlon
A C'omiuiltre to Talk l'p t hf (iraml
Kli. nu I Iii.liAii Line,
'iiF.i.oY.. v, Mich., May Jl. Last nij;ht
the citie;!' uieeiin was largely attended
a. id reat ent h ii iui was exhinite 1 on the
proposition to g.-t the (ir.tnd Uiid A Indi
aiii railr tad to pxt'n 1 their line to thtscity.
A com if i; ( to (irj,,id K ipi 1 to inter
view the tl!icials of the road about the pro
po-.e.l evteiisi.m from I,.veriu. It is be
lieved the road wid be built this s imnier.
... - . ....
Italtimorr ItAie."
I'ti.TiM'.Kii, May Jl. The weather today
was tine, the track in f.tir condition and the
attendance large. First rare I'atapco stake,
a sweepstake for two-v car-old, live fur
loii', Youn Luke tir-t; (Jueen Flizaheth
st'-ond; Lrocken third; time l;oH. Second
race purse f-'r , l"o to jeeond for horse"
that have run and not won during the
meeting, with allowance, uie am! one--ixtrenth
nii:e.I'aha ;ir.-t; Lord Beacontield
socond: Farewell third; time l:"v Third
ra.-e Freak ties stakes, tor three-year-old,
with $ l,"oo a Ided, $ J'M to second, one and
a half nit!: the Bard vtoii with Kurus
second and Flkwood third; tune J.4V
Fourth rare Handicap sweepstakes, all
a'e". -kxi ad led, 1. "-') to second. '' to
ttiir I. one and three-eighths miles; Ten
b ker t;rt; Fnitn.i second; Joe Mitchell
thir.i: time J.'tl. Fifth raee pur-e f
i to econd, f.r all ae. one mill, llle
tield t'.rst; Aaron s-cond, Frror thir 1; time
lb;.
To Art Not on th Hill.
C'iuri.ipt.'V, W. Va.. Msy JL F.arnum's
rci howe.l at Mt. Sterling Wednesday,
i r i : : the day Jack Carter, of M-torehe.vl.
y.. and F.!"ie Koe. of Howan county, ot
ito a d,.jute over a c cii" of poo!, and the
ext niorttitn: Carter shot L ie dea I on the
.tin on the w;iy to Moorehea 1. When the
ai!isto;.;d at M.xinhead a cro-rd at
mptl t Ivtc h carter, and someone fired
: him, bur nisse. hi n. Carter started to
;u. but was foiloAe-l by a shower of btil
' and v.n fed. Tl.e m b then jumped
n h: body and trim;'l him to death.
I) iwn on the Knights.
NfoMKr u.. May JL lhhop Fahr lias
r-fied to c -ii. 1- r the pr-.j.o.ed amend-rn-Mits
to the Kn ':,; o Lasir constitution
. 'rd by the delejs'i .n on revision. H
mo thr the p:rif of the ;:v ii ,n:ni
i ; ,e ru'o of the '.'"11 C) "hO, ,; i, f h'jrt !i ;1f,l
t. vt tho m'iVri wh pr-.t in j initi?
i Kn ','s of l.aho- tu'Ht u;Vrexconi
r i i', r . m n.i le ea X' itement
j t;,e Kti.'.t bete. ,i o.er 17," o
T i' -r c. i' n ! e; ,r. f i the i bur ii of
w h: r -nop ('!)' ii !i- i I
-
The n terlin'le Trlsl.
M v M . Mt,- Jl.r.-in::-!
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THE MAXWELL CASE.
I he Ir.llm ur ut it ( .k.diau t' ti.it..rt i
U ku M ,! 1'or.t- W . inn t' hoi o
pit ot I' rr ,l r .
1 :- M i,
:.. ti i fer. a
;- ..tii.i' i.i i
hen: .ar . U .:
.'.on t:.t n ! t-t'i
i. h he ha 1 p
n i: . -d a.n t t .'
U s. .a ;, !. Nl
-li. the Mat Aili
r.i; !.rr ot 1 . :.
i'fr ,'rf it V ar oc'.) ii-t
r t-e 1 1. rh r n i.c .ie
c 1 a p irlla.t ..f him
ite . io d tK,-U pr .
. i' l.k4!.e-9. He had
M, I tonal !, of the i.r, .r-
, -ii-.i -n .1 ;ro
a p.-t f
and ha 1 n.A
t:.e la't. r's t-;t ! h r iito,
i i phot v-r.tjh of htlia's ho i,
f J o:!ij.I f Jo m it. Wui;. -S
des. r.'.ed his v.s.t to 1
iii i.' ier, V.s.tet the irllifltf
A i'. !l oi.e if t li t "UUse
ii !lrf the
111
cf
,'ompativ
the de-
tel.sV.
oa ! sccU the Ca-krt in h.ih
l'r. i.-r s I - 1 v ha I Leen p! e ,-d
ebiun-d anl ie. ojn.-vl t body wtth.iit
d ...'.I a that of C. Arthur Freiier' lie rt- -v'n
e l the c pe by the fa r and p
. ar over the 1 tt ev-br..w; lojii b-red ll.e
i . lv Mi a remarkably pit.'i. t state of e-er-valen.
1 he A :! :u s 1 lelit i:i. d I A o . h :h r-.u t
pilot. 'graphs of Fnilei. Cross. -xa n, in o..ti
laib d to conf ise the witne. Samuel 11.
Meth'ie, k...st-.in? J'nr:,., lu.uJ.f afht i f
the Wabasfi. tes'ithsl to thw baja.'e beiti;
iletained bv the custom authonti, . Ni. ho
las Mausheld. a p 'iii e oiii -er, testitierl to
hein: present when the tr ink coutainni
Fie, ier' bodv' was opt-ne.l I tecl ! ve .1 line
Traey Was examined, and testil'.ed to aniv
iii, Maxwell in Auckland. Cu:!. collars,
handkerchiefs and other article marked
with the initial ' C. A. 1'.'' were produced
and identified by t he a itnes a having been
found in Maxweil's ba.vtre a. Auckland.
The s'nrt and underclothing cut from Frel
It r body Were produced, and the deteclive
described the tnidin.' of the lot bin.', all
roi;d up together and in the center a enrv ed
surgical scissors. 'The witness identified a
number of articles foun-1 in the poss-ssiou
of the de'.er.dant. The witness said he had
never made any threats or held out any in
ducements to his prisoner to induce him to
make any statement.. 'The witness testi
fied to savin j to Maxwell, "Waiter, thev
say you kilted the little jrirl you s'aved with
in San Francisco." Maxwell denied tins.
Maxwell wa shown a photograph f Pre! Ier
by the witness and he failed to recognize
the portrait. Maxwell told the witness that
he knew 1'reller in Liverpool. Court ad
journed betore the conclusion of the wit
ness examination.
BITS OF BASE BALL.
Chicago, Itoston, New York anil Detroit the
Winner Yesterday The Otlit ial
Lt-Hgue Scores.
Philadelphia -Chicago.
Ciiicaoo, May Jl.
Innings- 123467
Philadelphia 1 0 1 0 0 it J 0 J
Chu-a.ro a o 1 1 U u- V
l!a,se hit i'hila ic'.phia. 5. Chicago, 12.
Krror i'mindc iphia. Ciiieao,
Batteries-Daily and Ciisick for I'hi'.ad -lphia:
Mei'iirmieK Mil l Kelly for Chics.o.
I'lnpire Meiiuire
Itroit- v amiiut'ioi.
Di tk ut, Mav Jl. -
Linings ' 1 2 " 4 4 'i 7 s y
peiroll ..." ' " ') ' i- " 1 '
Wrtshiiiiton 0 1 n ii u ii it u J 3
Base H;ts-leirolt. 1.'.; Wusllilltftoll, 4
Krrors Peiroil 4; Was'iin-ton. I.
Bitrerv-j.-te;:i and Bennett lor hetroit; Shaw
an.i itiltitrtu tor VV H.st ui'tou.
liupire ntlhiey.
sit. mi-New York.
Sr. Iu rs, May Jl.
liinmo- l 2 :t 4 .S 7 9
St. 1.,.. l I '..' ') tl l 1 1
Sew York l 0 n 1 d ( . U 0
B te hit M. Luiis, i: New York. 1.
Krpira sit. L uw, S: New Y"ri. J
Batteries veeiiy and Doluu for ,5t. I.oiii";
Weieh ami tt'Koiirke tor Sew York.
I'nipire KaKttu.
:;,...,ns Clty-Hostoii.
Kn-s Cirv, May Jl.
Iiiniri:- 1 a 3 t 5 c 7 : P
Kansas Citv '2 ti t 0 U 1 0 1 0 2 7
Boston 0 1 l u o o o o - S
B u-e hit Kan. City, M; B ost m. 11.
Krr.irs -Kansas Biiy, t: B istn. :i.
Hatter.es Wnitney and ll'kMt for Knaa
City; KHd'H'iirne and Jenuirn: fjr B st.m.
l';ap;re - ouiieiiy.
A t hlelle-l.oui?llle.
Pfni.MTt.nu v, M y JL
InninKs 1 2 3 4 '". 7
Athletics 1 u it n 2 ' 1
I.ouisine 0 0 0 1 0 0 u
s
2 0 6
3 0- .1
Base bita-athleti- a, lyo.usvhle, I ).
trrors-.Athiic4. it; I, i'i'vil'.e. '.
Ath'etie hatter? ivetiuedy anl Il)'insoTi
Il:.vii:e ha'tery K y and 'ros,.
I nip'.re Ciiutou.
Illtltii re-Cincinn it I.
lUi.TP.oUK, Mav JL
Imiui- 1 2 3 4 r. 7 S 9
lU tunore :t J 0 0 li 0 0 n 0-5
Cincimoui 1 ' n n 0 4 o n 1- r,
Bh- lu -Bahi-n ire, 11: Cincinnati, '..
Frror - Bu t l tn ire. 1: Ca-intntl. 3.
Pltellrs -Hen It-ii-i and I'e.-h-.iu y .
Finpire Keily.
Mrookljn -riMahurg,
T?a .ok i vi, May Jl .
lrmiric" - 1 2 3 4 7 9
Br.K!vn 1 " 1 no 1 11 l " - 4
piMshn'r- :i 1 ' " " 2 t 0 - fi
Ba.e tuts -BrooiU n. 7. Puihurtf. ".
Krr or -Kr.v.klvn. 7. I'i!tVi '. 4
IUtteri -lUrkin and t::iei i for Brooklyn;
Morns andfarri:; lor I':tthur.
I in p;re -l linn.
Metropolitan St. I. nila.
Stxtisn 11. M). May JL
Innlrni- 12. 1 43719
M'-tiM- iran 0 1 0 0 0 0 v- 1
st I)n. s " 1 " 1 1 0 0 0- 3
1 ,. I Iji -Metr. po'.itan. . -t I-uis. V
rrra-Me' '" nan. 4. -t Ixni. 2.
lWin n-a l.yi.i h arid lij-e!,Us--r fr th
Metre,. .'.:;ar.s;' rrn;lrer and 1'. ..!.ot g f..r -l
1.0'.l.
I inpire -Bsttin.
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A DOMESTIC TRAGEDY.
A Man Shoot Hi Pretty Yintt XVIfe n1
Then Commit uii-l1e A l'itl
the XVrrn.
S i i . v i r 1 11, Ma , May Jl - Af 1 o'( l i k
to day Andrew J. Wi-m"- . h-.t his
w-.fe, aje 1 J an I very proy. a they ep
wlk i-.; iotn I iht-. Wivns s'sr'e-1
to r in af rr "v,i; !., ,f. fall. I i " s i
a? .). p s-H'te.) i-i pir-ri-, Mil? r-m
d-.wn i"i'o an allev, I a he stw the
iri.il W Ui.'l boil, ie Si;-ired to I e
. o-,e f r-.u-uo an 1 p'v-d if" in i;;'fo.!
the t ' to h - teo..;.'e ar, 1 :'- 1. ! ; ! ?.'
b-s I to the p-o .t. i. M- WUvrM ; :n
a f -o . a' r - . I .c.e'-' f-. ;n. a
t . , ,w ,.f r.'.e trsje it
a Sft fr Martin Iron.
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x ve-r r. 't is , ; ( f -.p-, a r -. ' . f --ke
1 f r- .' 1 ' T'rv ' r t war
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CANADA'S MISTAKE
Sho Acknowledges That Buy
ing Bait is Permitted.
J HA BEING !,!iOE TO (IT THE CASE.
Tlie Bj n of liait Purpoe;f OnMled
Fro'n the the Restriction ot the
International Agreement Hie
Tories Roundly Scortd
by the Press.
'M v V int.. May "Jl-lLe d.eparl lot n t
hft rrielvrd oil., .a! rtpotl Iloiil t'apt S.-o'.t,
of I he 1 athsdo he, of the sii.iie of the
Adams. lttoii!.:rus in ev ery resjxn-t pre
v ions t4 1 a es ri et'd by the dertUit-nt.
The tii t appears to be that the vr"td, elril
if it be proved that she Was - J y 1 1 s J bait,
t ahttoi unifer existing Itwt be heed !ier
ah e.j' Jlticti t ulil avr tiliolt o! mlet imUu ul
areemeiit. The law providing t-T the
seizure "f forrii,", ves-ls for t eitaiu .t!rijs s
is so worded that buying bait is Imt an
odciisc under it. lion. lVt-r Mill lu ll, ex
Minister of Mamie and I ishtries, who pre
pared the legislation unjer hit h l.he e;z
ure w. presumably made, purj-oselv
omitted the bu ill' of halt IroUl t ti il't ol
o:h'Iis.-s, beiievili liott bait should he re
warded a an arti. le of cominen e nd the
buying of bait as a commercial tran
acti in. The se: ire of the Adam has
oiuied the eyes ofthe ovet nuu-ut to the
weak j nuts in the law mi ier w Lich it tv a I
made ank a bill amending that la a has been
Lurried through the House, having p:t.s-d
iis ;hird reading todav. It will prot.ably
pass the Senate ar,d li'ome a law with
in a week. The old provides 1 r
the s-iure of any foreign vt-sstd, ship or
boat which ha been found fi-hn.; r pre
paring to lish wi'hin the limit, the aim rnl
ment adds the following words referring to j
punishable ojT.-nses: "or which has entered
such waters for any purp ise not permitted
by the law (l nations or by trt-a'y or con
ventions, or by any law of the Fnited
Kingdom, or of Canada, for the time U-iiiir
in f tree, oi having entered such waters, has
)a:lei to comply with any such law of the
Friited Kingdom oi Canada."
This worilin ha the e;le t of makiiu. tlie
buyin,; oi bait an oflense sirice it is a con
travention of ttie terms of the treaty. The
Adams may, of Course, be held to answ er
for a breach of condition revenue laws, but
the prosecution will not make much out of
the charge of buying bait.
A SCAl IIINti KKI.l Tvi:.
A Nova Scotia Paper Charges the Ploheriea
Ditlii ulty to the Prraent Itirjr
tiovrrnlilelita.
Fm-sTon, May Jl, The .-Ircu h'ii He,rlrr,
a Nova Scotia newspaper, says: "The fault
is on our side for all thee diiiioultie. The
present Tory governtneiit has taken no
pains to evoke pmerous sentiments from
the breast of American public men. They
have snarled and endeavored to pursue a
policy of isolation. They erected commen i ll
barriers. This line of pmicy persistent Iy
I ursut d has ret-.t ted on the American pro
pie and as they can et on very well with
out us they are proposing to meet us with
a like spirit ar d the most alarming conse
quences stare us in the face. Let us never
forget that that the rein lining halt of the
A merican c mtin. nt i riot oeophl by Turks
and barbarians, but men who belong to our
ereat race and sjs'.ik our own language.
Nothing divides us b it an imaginary line.
Hundreds of thousands of our sot.s are
settled there. We are bound up in the way
of trade as with no other section of the wide
world."
Owvemor llohi'a Opinion.
PoKTi.xM'. Me., May JL lovernor lb-hie.
in an interview, sanl that to his mind the
seizure of the American schooner was an
abuse on the part of the Canadian (Jovern
meiit, an outrage upon our tirfg an 1 a cross
injustice to the fishermen and the owners.
The sentiment of Maine was th tt the N i
tional (ioverunieiit should protect our
property when in Canadian waters as it
would at home.
Another Yeel Heporte.l Seiied.
PoKTi.xM, Me., Mar Jl.- The rumor pre
vails that the Llla Wand, of the firm of
I-wi. Chae .v: W bitten, ha l-een seized for
shipping two men in one of the ports.
1 he firm have hear! nothing from the cap
tain. They say that if lie sli pped the men
he ent tiev'ond his instructions. The xe
se!s of this firm have been ordered to take
on bait from ahy profincial port.
DIDN'T LIKE THE JOKE.
Charle Mitchell. Hi PugtlUt. Snea the
Chii'4o "New a" for Perpetrating
.l.iko-SX ;-,.000 tkt-l For.
Cm- oo. May Jl .Charles Mitchell, the
Fnglish pugilist, has begun suit for libel
against the 7ri A.r.'. tlaiming iJ'c"'
damans. An article in an i" je of the pa
per reflecting on County Commiiot;rr
McCartby aroused the latter ire an 1 he
swore if he ever found out who vr ite it he
would firah the author. In nerto tin
threat the paper raphe 1 that the article had
been wriiteii by one Charles M.tchc'd. of
Finland. Not appreciating th humor of
the reply Mit- hell to .k otletlse ar it and the
libel suit resulted.
4
The Uonghty Cae.
I . . i i -H t . a , C It.. Mav JL - Consul
tienera! I'h Ian t d ivto..k the dep-.-tiorj
of the (ap:a;r and rew of the 1 iu!ity. It
Se'i.s t! e vessel ; be! 1 fir re,:'. t iV.g ti
iter and f r pur. nq.ii.g bad. fne . apt am
i d not kno s-it wa- a p- rt of rntrv.and
hoi-t.lv to' 1 (cm to rn'rr unf 1 h;Tc. l
wis i.'ed. 11. tho.-h- !,. ; ', an i
fade'' p.r-ut e 1 h , m to 1. iy Suit
Th rrew w,!! U se-rt to the S'a' 1 he
sh; p's (..;. an. I c ! t y tie r"-rl .
The l..iii ille e
Io'i-v;;!i. Mxv .;--Firt r.e-F;w
f -.r'l-.i.f. 1 1 -i n v i -o, ,k . '. Margery. .'.-!.
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A MURDERER HANGED.
1 he bl a I ..la Iti.tw.tr.i I Mint lot
V l.l, ll I l.r l' I ,. I talul ul
f rl U i.lo Ji) ,
!' v ti. Atk , May .1. Lee l...!..t v k
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( '.. es H ... n ... ...i N .ih i brr -. !"V..
UU thai ll-.-.i ..ill a!: 1 llatiit s t- l h
. a ' n ' i r s ' : . ! (i t 1 '. .. i. i .: r v 1 . e n.'lti r;f I
! M'c.i.l a Ies:; a, I hat Was I.e. 1 a ii.r 1 4. f
!:.. il.-Unt l. tote :e t.i '. i.r 1 1 r s
-..red tht t. .p la J i. n t o . . t
and ll.isst . uls i.l a i i 'I ! a J 1 1
th. i.t and tiol il.r the lot'!. I 4..1 lle'n a i
ah 1 lake ilntir tl !.'. (roJ-'tv
and a'n.ol J-'i i i t!.. l.i'e Ml tl.e l .(. :h
anl wh.ie ll..; loan ai s.tspo.i liM.f.
die A a ft v u. u I ai d .!... t.A''e-t t w ..-!
at hen, t. e.: ( a!,:,!, passed thM .s thr 1
hesrt, and wh ;e in tl.e ag-my -! .ii.a::. 1
('..ion. A.th an ale, stiu a lorn a Iraft.o j
t.;.i on the head A tt-r ("in'H li'l at: 1
MC't loe. lull.rn Ilia ie tt COIilc-ssi .1. i ! hijj
tllme. t'..i.ii:S tva sentence .1 t ti nlV
onevearsin I he 'r :.". aTV . Wats. U v .1. j
have a h r;n-' at the f.t.l lerm of c tart,
Sihsri. N-..., My Jl. --James 1: n ! i !
the m ni ie r r , f . .'.d in.tn Pitikt rt an-1 h .s
Son WO !ia iu 1 here HI o i i n k th. a.r '
n ni. The ( Mine f .r Whtth James Krf
Iold" as sehtel.c.si to hat.g w a the ki.ot.g
n'l the lihl ot -rj t. l'n 1's, of Jan.es
Fmkerton ati 1 h. s-.!i Jwhnn;e. hear w h'
l known as Krieli-rs Horse am; . oil
Mell.e t-eik, Ihirtv nioes i.r:n '.
s;di:ev, m i bevenne count v, N.-'i
Ats.-nt snnloAu s.-jr wa bi
ll g i ateti. w hen a 'f. '.arn 1
arose amopg the men a:i 1 a coid.'V to
Lev noli own i..i,: s.sion atterward. h
se'e i the arte and Mm: k both F:nk rio:.s.
No human being saw Jim Keymcd s'.r.ke
the fatal blows, eltvpt p'vcilv the tA"
vh litu, an 1 it is probable thai tln-y l.d i; ;
see him a the h-.y had Urn sirtii k u i be
back of the head atel the . id man ui the
bai k and lup of the hea l, his sauil beil.-g
.-rushed.
DEATH OFDIO LEWIS.
He ltiea From t h. F.flrf ta of l.r) aipela Cou
equent 1'p.tti an Injury UrcrlH"l
Threa eeka At".
Yon k fK-. N. Y., May Jl I'r. Iho la-wis.
the author and ref inner, died at hi home
here this nmt rung at .-1k k, fr:n ry si
pc!a. alter an illness of Iwoor thre d.tvs.
Dr l'wis wa thrown fr.un in horse
seTeral weeks atro. arid su'.'.ered a ci.tused
Wound below the left kl.ee. He had recov
ered sullicientlv on Wednesday last to 0 to
New York on business, o-i his return he
was carried past Yonker s station to Ha
tings i',,ur miles a!.ve Y..tik rs. nd to mo
a long delay he walked home Hi wo m l
began to s well an 1 pain him. and lo phy
sician sai 1 that erysipelas had set m.
WE WILL NOT FIGHT.
Senator Prye' 4 no itl iiieut to th liippiiut
Hill Not Coiieuireit lu -An Kiplana
tiou May he 4kil of Canada.
WAsuiN,.ro, May JL Ti:e House Com
mittee 011 Shipping ha decide 1 t 1 m n-con-cur
in Senator F rye's amendment to the
shipping bill providing for retaliation f- r
the treatment ae-'orded Maine lishermeii bv
the Canadian government. 'This action n
the part of the committee tloes riot rie-t'-sarilv
me. in that the House will reject, the
Senator's amendment as n .n-coijcurre:n e 1:1
the committee was merely f.r the pur
p se of necuring a c-mlerent-e up ri the
maiier.
. . .
Taktiic the tturrrl C illy.
Wa-hin , r-, Mar JL It is stid at lh
Stite I ep.irt riH-nt that the l?ritiii Mini!er
has not urged the appointment of a com
mittee ti arnitra' the h-hery ,::;, -n't
and that the Prcsi lent s re om nend t 1 u
that such a c mimission appointed i all
the alminis ration has don .r e;. t 1 1
do in the matter. 'oriul-eneral Phelau
re:ort upon the seizure td the t wo American
fihing vessc S, it i said c-sreain iioihiug
nota'ready made p ihlic, hut it will ere
as a basi of negot j itions tor the Ih-pirt-ment
f State, now in progrt-.
- - -
A Hank Clerk ( a ll of ,)iitie.
P11 1 1. M'F 1 1 11 1 . May JL I.ac Il.'g',rs
the former t ierk, of the First National b-tnk
tif Chesn-r, w ho pleaded guilty 1 .f enih, r. 1
$ J7 e h t during a period of time eiri-iidit.g
from ls7;t p. ls, an aente!i. ed t. iv t .
ay the -..; t,f prov utmn and to undi r.'o
1111 prison men t for seven v ears in t he !ani
penitentiary. Ihvloerv- rra what w a
thought to tie a rest-.uiii tn w hen d v nir. -i
by returning some fo1', Pnt it w n a! 1 r
rii" found that thi wa n-.t all. his 1 hi f:
amounting to about J-J7.v.
-. -
llj.lne luipro4 imt.
Nni i'okk, M iy JL Sj.e'-ial teovram to
.' ni ' e('i indictte lh.it a i le im
prove:!. ent lis taken place in imera! fade
at a number of interior oi-trib ;t:nj c.r:'r
a c mipire 1 with last week. Thi" i tnot! v
l ie loan i i;i,r e d '-u t in la'.or suui'ion.
to ftvonng s-ap'e rniji pro-i t tio-thaet
an 1 n'.th. and to l-ri-ht.-r a-ea-h.-r. 'I here
ae probibiv not over ." imi -mi 'ove rn
strikes now. aa,nt lJ".tc. ten days b- c
The so,'; c .al s'r.ke h hi. i d.
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Hanger mt More Trouhle at Chtiago,
Ci: 4 .o. Mav Jl --F.mploje f si:V
A nn mr's an 1 M -rri' pi king ho . n et
w i' h a .m ni .ttep from the y king h t
of l H. lUuiuv.u . , f IU- , 1 in I .
ton,.!.!, an I are. i to a L.er ;ii, ; to the
f oO;t t.O-.r t-ta'l I hi W : I I , n " I. t! A- a r I '
other s'" a v a' !, en j i . dm I :,. .1; ; ! t !
pa- ker ds ele to r.-t en to th tnb..r
hais oil M"U lit. .Ljne 1. i,.--e ' bke y t -.
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JAEHIIE AT SIHC SI1IG
An E.irly Jouriir y Up tLc Hud
ron Yt-irttrd.iy Morning.
CREAICRIAO FREtM TO S-E Hi C?f
He H do M,s L'r.rf.Jt l.hiln.i.r m
New Yoa Liwit Ct.ati 'ht.tii n, bn
tf.e Way at.J U..n the Str.'.ei
Without H.r.cr.r'.i;.
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wa b-iy ke-p :.g them .,;:. .!. ;:. f j., ..
a tn - r n . m? p.-t: sr i, . a'o.ve h.s h.. - and h .
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l-H-ked Vt . r.'ied he tr.t d to aj at . :.n lei.
A r Sou sn iu' he was 'ltd .! . '. t :, 1 a r
Some d: -'.an 1 !: m the s:at...n and a a k ed
With d iw te ast bra 1 lb:-- . -h a la'-e 1 r-.d.l
of ji en an l ,i . h, !', s1.,; . h re
Warb-u ll'iisu te i .t. i :i.p j en and ad
W.Ieri'iv.n ra; ,! 1 to I'.e ;:. n I ;.en
followed the C'l-to- iary ..t t!i ..'
tak.i g the p.- at, j r .,.
t I ' n of the J,. A , rlit.i'. ..j hi W a
hatide 1 vi r t the h:i:'. r I" n -ier t .s ! a:. ;s
the fam n.s t:,-;-'a. he ! m; j t 'e 1 tr,.';i
Jaeline's ;,ct hi, ! he ;.; 1 a 'fl, I
man. Jaehne .i.i i, c r ... h d-.ot.g the
severe o'. b ti inv o t.- i in ; the I ! ,n.i
liarie lea i.u tip an 1 : -.. , in.' t..s ..ai ,!-g,
batti and the '. en :.g . tn, . .itei g -,:!.
IN THE REICHSTAG.
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