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' J. JL w OMAHA DAILY TWELFTH YEAR , OMAHA NEB FJRIDAY MOHNING MARCH 30 1883 182 THE RATIONAL CAPITAL Another Libaral Contribution from Germany for tlio Flood Sufferers , PermiBsion Given Canada to Modify Ita Tariil Laws Re lating to Whisky. Nine New Bcalpa Secured by the Vigilant Hair of Mtxioa. The lairaaoulata Gall of the Ohio Man Ayaia on H'x- hibitiou. Several Hnnury Pn.trlota to Soouro Timothy's Slippers CAPITOL MOTfi.t. 1 ; GERMANY'S ( . ' IM'BlllUTION. Special Dlapatclics to THE Un. WASHINGTON , Mtrch t- " . ) The prealdunt rmtiived from Branch nnd RotheDBtoln , bnkora < f Berlin , Ger many , n additional contribatiou of 4,300 marki for the banefkof suffjrota from the fljods la the west. Of thin amount 3,000 mirks wore contributed by the emperor and omprais and Gar- many. The funds wort ) turned ever to thn American association of the lied Cross for distrlbntion The total amount of these contributions from citizens of Gjrmany transmitted through Brasch and Rittonsteln IB 8,800 marks. TRBRK IS TUB BEST AUTHORITY for the statement that no notes whatever haa passed between this gov ernment aud the government of Great Britain with regard to a system of "International police" to a reciprocal watch to be k pt in each country upon criminals or oneraloj of the other. WE WON'T OBJECT The eooretury of state naa author ized Minister West to B y to the Canadian authorities that the government - mont has no objection to snoh ohango of the Oanadlun customs and regula tions oa will admit of the imoorlatlon of bonded whisky into Omada of packages ot less than 100 gallons. It now remains for the Chuadlnn parlia ment , to decide whether such modifi cation of thsir regulations shall be made. THE HAIR L11TKUS , Indian Commissioner Frico to-day received a toll gram from Agent Wil- cjx at Sin Carlos , Arz no , dated yesterday , as follow * : "Continued qaie' among reservation ladians. Am keeping a vlsliint watoh of thorn. No sign of quitting work for any pur pose Yesterday's report of nlnp citi zens killed by thn Indiana from Old Mexico , near the Upper Qlla , on the line between New Mexico and Ari zona , la confirmed to day. " THE ANNUAL REUNION of the aoolety of the Army of tha Po tomac will bo held In this olty May 1C and 17. It promlaoa to be of unnaual Interest. THE CABINET VACANCY. The president will not take any ac tion with regard to the vacancy In his cabinet , caused by the death of Mr. Howe , before next week. A delega tion from Ohio , constating of Genoralo Grosvonor , Brlggf , Cunningham and W. P. Llppincott , called upon the president this afternoon , and urgjd upon him thn Importance of having in his cabinet a representative from Ohio. Representative Battorwcrth , of Ohio , also had an interview with the president. Inspector Ganorol Sackett's ' Illness la not a eeriona as reported yester day. day.THE THE JEANNETTE C JURT OF INQUIRY reconvene at the navy department to morrow for examination of the four members of thu Jcannotto crew who have recently returned from Siberia. EX-PRESIDENT DI&Z ANI > PARTY wont to Mt. V rnon this morning on the United States steamer Despatch , escorted by a largo delegation of offi cials. IN THE STAR ROUTE TRIAL D jraey'a direct testimony was finished , and Morrlek bag.m the cross-examlna * tlon. The Knit G jods Conspiracy. Special Dispatch to Ttra ban. NEW YORK , March 20. Col , Frederick A. Ooikltcg , in a Bpoool to-night charged the knit goods csio elation raised $03,000 , most of whlcV ho declared coiigrosalout.l iuveatlga tlon would ahow went into the pocketi of aomo of our upright legislators. Ill also said there was.nn organized con spiracy represented by the knit goodi mannfaoturera association to choa both the people and the govoruman out of enormoua sums of money b : manipulating the imporlatlona of kni goods. Tbij has been done In thi fice of the United States suprem court , February 1 , when the eonapira tors were assisted not only by secretar ; "Wlndom , but by hla aeslatont , French and the conduct of the judges wa answerable for much of the ourrup tlon , It was done by different clawl ficatlon of gooda to evade the law. i further victory , the speaker eaid , wa recently gained by this organizitlo by the paasago of a bill through cor gress , which , Oonkllng intimated , wa passed by bribery and trickery of il foremost lawyers , among whom we Senator Miller of this state The Tewbabarg Pauper * . Bpeclil Dl p tch to Tui KM. BOBTON , March 29. The legislate committee to. Investigate the ohargi made against the officers of the Tewk bury alms house for selling bodle were Inacaalon to-day , Counsel f ( f ha oflicora denied the specific charge Gov. Butler was present. lie sal this was not a * rlal. Ho was not public prosecutor , but was present I i U.J glvo evidence by wltncrBoa who know whereof they spoke , nddlng , "I have neither n whitewash brush nor a black ing brcah to UBJ ns wuapoim. " Dr. John Dxwoll , pradui'o o ! Harvard medical school , testified the students received a Ur/n / number of in- f nt bodies , hi'h they bought from \Vm Androwf , j > niter , a * , from S3 to $5 cnch Audro s sild ln > nbtaitud all tha bodies fiom the alim houso. Audreys lisa clnco killed hhuaalf. The dUecction showed that in many In- itancer. the luf.mta had uo food fur twomy.four hourn bolero ruith. Wli- nos3 eaid the bodies were dissected on the seme t&blo with thu nulmulii nnd lhn turunlni owtpt into the name re- oi'pticlu. The utudentn chip in to ob- tarn them John M. C iup , employed at the nlma house In 1880 , end diechsrgad for druukenncas , testified to driving a ttt'in ountalniug n Inr ro number of DJCII"H Irom thu alms himse to liar- wid ; heard Marnh , the amistant nip- ) iarendont , Bay ho received $10 for .idult hodiea ; thcro wyro bsttreeu 300 nud 400 dentba a year ; sometimes fu neral cervices were hnld over ciiliiia filled ith wood. Bu'lcr olferod n letter alleging that Marah prevaricated nbont the disposition of bodies. Ad journed. The Telegraph Consolidation- Special Dispatch to Tui Uni NEW YORK , March 2D Joy G luld'o ' anawor In thu first unit of Wm. T. Williams agalnat tha Western Union and others , In the supreme ot urt , WAS nerved to day. This suit la brought to annul ! the consolidation batween the Western Uaion , Ameri can Union and Atlantic & Pdcifis telegraph companlos. The answer ia aginoral denial of the allegatlona In the complaint. Gould allogea that at a meeting on February 5 , 1881' , the agrenments of January 19 and Febru ary 3 , for consolidation , were ratified by a vote of 318 ' "J5 shareslnfavorand GOO against. At'the same meeting 308- 189 shares voted in favor of increasing the capltdl stock to $80 000,000 and 100 shares voted against it. The meeting was valid and legally hold. None oftbettockholdors'ofthn\Yoitorn Union telegraph dissented from the stock dividend except Willimni and Itafus Hatch , who had but GOO aharea botirocn them. The tlfost of this agreement , ho averi * , wai to Increase the market value of the Western Union stock , nnd the injunction which the plaintiff obtained depressed the mir- kot value. Three ntocks , Gould deClares - Clares , are readily converted into cash , and if the plaintiff did not doairo to retain hla Investment It was easy to convert thom Into monoy. 'Wheat Corners- Special Dispatch to Tni B CHICAGO , March 20 The in formation haa reached here that the euproao oocrt now ti'.tlng at Spring field baa filed an opinion in the case ot Tiatin and othara agaiuat the Chicago cage board of trade in favor of the b'.ter. The inlts twenty In number , Brow out of what was known aa "tha July wheat corner , " the market for the clnso of that month having reach ed 1.30 A largo number of oporatora rctusa to settle at the figure named nd the amount thus held back was istlmatod between two and three mil- on dollars. The matter was taken jforo the arbitration committee board nd the hearing extended nearly one month. The losing operators urged 'hat the work had boon cornered by a "iqao and cited as an iuatanco the rice of cash wheat , The caao han dditioual interest ai It is deemed a est ono. A'rnonr who was alleged to ave engineered the supposed coiner aid that no defense had boon nrgod o the allegation that the market had eon manipulated. no WhlnhyPool in HICh Spirits. peclftl Dispatch to Tin BBS. CINCINNATI , March 20. The West- rn Whisky Export association met .ore to-day to take action with refer- nca to * ho prica of whisky for the fu- ura. There were G8 firmti ropro- ontod , comprising the entire member. ihlp of the pool , which embraces all highwino manufacturers north cf the Ohio river. Their rctlon was entirely nnaciicnGUi , fixing the prlca of htah- nines to-morrow on thobaals of $1 13 , with a probability tha1. the ptlco will bo Increased to $1 M nrxt Monday. All the m mbsrs are In high spirits at , he unanimity cf the pool as to prices , Moxlonn pedal Dlapitch to Tim BEX , MEXICO , March 29 John Schull us , ot S , Louis , general manager and R. 0. Pjoblta , late of the Pcnn. jlvanh rnilroud , sapotinteiido.'it o , ho Mexican National rallroij , have resigned. Congress opena MoncUf. Presi dent Gocztlez in his message wll urge the grentest economy In tidmlms tration. It is understood further tha Hobvonlion to railroads will bo dia couraged. The mosiago is awaitei with unusual impatience ) by rallrra ; men , The Antl-Ff P Bill- - oo * i > - SpocUl Diajutch to TIIK DKR AIBANY , New York. The asaambl ; railroad committee has agreed nnanj mcusly to report favorably on the an ! free pass bill. It applioa only to th granting of passes to tha Huprom court judges , otato ofliaials and mom bora and employes cf the legislature Giving euch pwsoa by the rallroa companies Is made a misdemeanor. Stiff Lifters Uontoucod- SpocUl Dispatch to Till Um. PuiLADELHMiA , March 20. Th body nnatchors wore sentenced as fo Iowa : Rob. Chow , two years' Imprlsot mout ; Levl Chow , eighteen monthi the others to less terms , The Billiard Tournament. Sped A ! Dtopatch to Tui IJii. CUICAOO , March 29. Another larj audience was present to-night i Schaofer'a second appearanoa , bat m BO largo aa the ono of the prccedlr night. Morris was this time the ai tagoniat of the "small wizard" an made a creditable showing again him. Ho phyed with a good deal i safety and In this way managed ' keep Schacfer within bounds most < the time The ro.tult was n good deal of nnevennooB In Schncfor'n work. At tinuR ho | > lay d with marvellous rapid- Itr , in ono inatiiuoo making 50 points In precisely ( ivo minu'ra. ' Ilia run cf 1G3 in the thirty fifth inning was in ntylo nd Bppci ) very siiollhr to his 205 urn Taitdoy r.tght. The tliirty. fifth innhn : K.IH prulltiu , do Morris In Ms hn f ran 75 , ni.tklni ; u toUl of - - ' [ ) fo : two pUju Solmlor fiuUhcd ihu r me in thi ) thlry olght Inning with 27. Tonurrovr U ljoud Wullaoa pUy In the aftcrL-oon ; Sexton and D' n in the iwnnlni ; Tno re ire etsndic Sclmofor , GO1) , hlijhent riut 153 nvrrn o 15 30 38 ; Mrrn \ 353 highiut run 7G average 9 'J 1 37 T.aio c f game 2:20. : The afternoon inmu ; m the balk line tournament botwocn Dion nud WnlLice was tnroo aa ncithnr displayed Ciny fnw playing , BiUting waa uv n oauh man having plnnty of frlomia. Both played poorly the greater prut of the tlmp , but Wallaoit was wonkcr so that D.on gained H strong lead. The yonngetcr narrowed the g p toward the close . Both ehoirod ucrvonanoes and wco 20 apart on the last Inning when D on ran out wilh 25 Saoro , Dion total GOO , average 8 and 32 71 , highest run 18 ; Wallace , t > tal 549 , average 7 and 59 70 , highest run 37. WEDDED AOAINS CHERPlLI. . A Matrimonial Soniatlon at At lanta. Gn.--A. Determined lUovor and uu TTavcilllng Bride- ATLANTA , GA. , March 28. A mat * rimonlal sensation came to light thia afternoon , and haa sot this town agog. Yesterday the paoera announced that Misa Tennio Ouldwell , the beau tiful daughter of Col. J. G. Oaldwell , a prominent cltlzau ot the West End , had married Steven Y. Allen , a yonng man of Dillon , GA. To-day Col. Oaldwell makes public the following statement about the marriage : ' "Allen waa never at my honao while was In , although he may have been urlng my abeoaca , About six weeks go ho got a licoDso without any pro- ions encouragement or promise of ariiigo from my daughter , and loetlng her at the house of a mutual fond , attempted to force her to con- int to a union , She emphatically efuaod. My married daughter , Mrs. anlols , hearing of the matter , .re- aired to thu homo nud demanded the cunao , wiiich eho obtained and do- roycd. This ended the trouble for while , but on the 231 of February o procured n duplicate llcemio and ere in the presence cf several that o Intended to marry liar in aplto of ursilf and of mn , If it cost htm bio , fo. On bit Mmday night my aughtor , who haa been an invalid for he past six years , was taken IMNQEKvUM/r ILL 1th a disorder incident to the ailment ith which she is afil ctod , and it be- : amo neoces\ry to summon a pbysl- Ian to attend to her. D.E truest amoand injiotod morphine into her , rm , which alleviated her anffdring. ' Wednesday she was convalescent , nd on Thursday , the day of the mar- 'aeo , eho started out to visit the c flue D ; . E truest to have a consultation 1th htm nnd obtain a prescription , 'roceodlng to the street car station ho found that a car had but a short Imo bafc re passed , and that It would io ten or fifteen minutes eforo another would come by. She onnd her strength falling her , nd fainting dizz'ncaa , the threaten- us symptoms of htr malrdy , warned or to return homo before she should a prostrated on the street. She tartod back accordingly , when she 'hoovered that she was bolng shad- wed by a man In a hack , who , il aa afterwards nasnrtalned , was N. T. Bullock , of D lton , Allen'B pal. forced her into the hack , and shi i.3 carried off to the Southern hotel nd there confined until Allen hlm- i'H and Judge Piiohford oimo tc ierform the ceremony. Judge I'itoh brd announced that ho had beer ent for to marry somebody. Mj Uughter stated that It wasn't t ( narry her , and protested tnat alit did not oomn how to net married ut Jndgo P. , In eplto of har pro cttalion , WKNT THROUGH TUB CERESIONY , whereupon my daughter aakod him 1 iho wore now married. Ho replied 'A ' i much so as your own father anc mother. ' Judge P. was , after thi oromony , interrogated about thu mit , ar by Mrs Ginnon , the prr.prlotrcs > f thu hotel , who asked him if thun had really been a marriage. Hts replied plied to the ifhct that ho could no .1.1) . ) , and would not tall. Mn. G. thei asked the youag lady about It , whi aald that oho did not corno their to go marrltid , and was not expecting any thing of the kind when abac im there After the ceremony was pit fur mod ho and pal Bullock , left for Dallas , am my daughter returned to her home The shock was too great for hai She retired to bed Immttdintoly upoi her arrival , and ever elroj , up t yesterday afternoon , she has tec dollrioui. When eho rcgUnod hb roaaon yeaterday she recited th whole occurrence to me , which wa substantially as I have joat stated. "Col. Oaldwell called on Gei : Pitcliford to-day and denounces hit In unmeasured terms , and would hav done him serious bodily harm but fc the Interferenoa of friends. Pltol ford claims that the lady consents to the marriage , bat requested that h shonld not return the certificates t the ordinary for eovoral days , aa ah was then under treatment of a ph ] stclan , and wished the matter ke ] a secret until she got better. Caldwo says the marrlago illegal , and that r will push the matter to the oztremll of the law. Alton and Bullock hai not been hoard from , Monopoly Valid all. 8ped l DUpttch to Tin lit * . NKWORLKANH , March 29. The pi llco are Informed that 300 men , sn ] posed to bo acting under the dlreotlc Philadelphia & Reading railroad , a ; destroying the now bridge of tl Pennsylvania railroad company i Second and Vanango streets to-nlgh THE OLD WORLD. yr The Depopulation of Ireland Pro gresses Rapidly by tlio Pris on Route , A Dynamite Piond Arrested in Liverpool with the Article under his Arm. rho DlxiB Outrr.pe Story ft Gi Feiniauio Fbri- oation. A Largo Variety of Oontlaontul ENGLAND. Special Dispatch to Tint Unit. LONDON , Match 29 Minister Low ell haa rofuaod to intercede in behalf of Michael Boynton. The statement is made by the Dab tin correspondent of The Standard nnd is the inforcnco drawn from the fact that It had boon previously proved than Boynton is not r.n American citizen. The Standard believes that Spain has asked England to bo content with the liberation cf Macoo and hin associates. They are to tcmnln in Spain llko ordinary exiles under 03- plonago of the government. The Madrid government baa con sented to release Oaitilo and Roder- izuee at the request of Great Britain. Macoo and the other refugees are still confined , but are leniently treated. Antonio Inls , Schnlto & Co. , general merchants and cigar Importers , have failed , with liabllltlea at 82,000. In the commons Haroonrt Bald the inquiry by the police into the alleged attack upon Lidy Florence Dlxlu haa boon fntllo. Ho confirmed the state ment that a man carrying box con taining explosives haa been urreated at Liverpool , but declined to giro auy details In regard to the affair. Lieut. Vruy , of the United States avy and thu other members of the xpedltlon nont by the American gov- irumcnt to PotugouU to take obter- atlon of the transit of Venus , have rrivod at Liverpool , on their way orao. A mnn who carried a box containing xploalvca and an Infcrual maobino aa been arrested at Liverpool. He ad just arrived from Dork , The oxploelvo material wan nllro- lycarlno. Tha infernal machines ere most oannlngly devised. The Tiost of the railway porteroccurred it Be. Helena. The polloo ate cerUiu ho prisoners are o nfederutos. Paa > onaera by Cork boata are oirifully crutlnized. * * The commons US to 58 motion favoring alx p'-my "be government opposed the motion. Pdrnoll goo's to America the eoooud ook In April. He has not yet do- 'ded to accept the invitation to the hlladolphla convention. E'.on , a gentleman of high position , eposes to soalng Lady Floronca Dixie rhllo she stood where the alleged outage - ago was committed , and saw her walk way without anybody accompanying or. or.Rev. . Darmont Coleridge , son of the olobrated poet , la dead. The Lincot says the health of thr neon IB excellent. The enthronement of tie arch- ihhop of Canterbury took place to- ay. The traditional cnthronemant oremonles were obourvod. There was a dansn crowd In the cathedral. The Dako of Edinburgh , roproionta- ives of the Oxford and Oimbriduc universities , a great coucDorao ci ! orgymon and the bhhop of Siekaa howan aud the bishop of Long Inland wore present. IRELAND. Special Dlipatchet to TIIK lisa. CORK , March 29. An Amoricat named Foathorstono and n man namec O'Horllhy , a Pjvnelllta , were arrested charged with cotuplraoy to murder They are supposed to ba conncotut v/ttti the arrest at Liverpool. The poatcfiiin la ccsupled by nforci of police , as throats tnvo been madi to blow up the building. Oao Oirnio dy , n plasterer , was also arrectcd The fourth person fhd. Djcumonti were found upon O'flerllhy. The ar rests are believed to bo duo to infer mation given by the man arrested a Liverpool. DUBLIN , Much 29. Divld Wheeler the Informer was shot dead ut Mary borough. Ono arrest. Eleven persons were arrested a Castle Coninel charged with Intlmlda tlon. tlon.Anna Anna Parnull donbta that Ejai made the stutomenti r-htiva to rU aft lira of the ladles' land Icaguo a In the published Interview. QENEHa.L FOREIGN WEW3- Special DUpatchcu to Tim KB. PERTH , March 29 A oarthquak in the neighborhood of Mlakolt during a pgrformuuca lu a thctitor caused a panic , and many pgraou were severely injured. The riro Hernad'a ombankmontn wore demo ! lahcd , and a number of villages ar threatened. CountVonMagkth VonSzekhol , th prosldont of thu court of Casuatiot has bcon found murdered at hla res donco at Ofcr. lie had been strangle and his tongue had boon cut out. H hands wore bound tightly togothc with ropoa. The body was lying on bed in the count's room when It wt discovered , but the bed clothes woi not disturbed aud the count was nc undroosed. A thin rope was bangle from a window of the apartment to U street below , The count's house ha been robbed by the murderers. . hussar who was ( stationed at the Com VonMagluth YonSzokhol's ' residonc has boon arrested on suspicion i balng the m ardor or of the count. VIENNA , March 29.lUbbl Sshre bor , a member of the rolcharath , wt published a manifesto against the r form ef jews IB dead. PARID , March 29. Leon Bay , I his Lyons speech , doclarnd In favor n free trade campalcn , CATANIA , March 29 The cratera of Mt , Etna nro ngnlu aotlvo. hum- bllngs of the volcano are frequent. Signs ot an ourlliqnako evident. KOJIR , March 129 Tim upeoch of the minhtor of fotrlen rittlra regard ing the relations cf Italy , Germany nnd An&tm nro bollovud rifer tea a dofonslvo trlplo nllltncu ngalnst FriMic1 , wllli which nil hnd agreed to ondcavor to mitintaln frluudslilp , Should ono of the ttuoJ powers bo c impelled to mM.c wr sgAlust Franon , the othora p'odgo ' thuniBt'lvoa to main- tatu n neutral tv.tltudu if they do not atd In \wying on the wur. HUULIS , M.itch 29 Gorman nr tlsla hava poltlonod ! 'ho government to Intercede with the United States poy- wnmmunonl rcquhiug Incrcnsod tariff on ohjoots of art. FR.VNKKOUT , March 29 The tolo- grftphlciil aucioty to-dny advocated resumption - sumption of thn polar uxpoditlou. Ikiai.v , Alaroh 29 Bismarck Is nutrjting from neuralgia. Both sides are olFjotod. Ilin condition IH not Improving , Ho Is compelled to main tain a rocumbunt position , An officer In the omporor's body guard killed hlrnculf to-day. Mormoits in the South- IpecUl Dispatch to Tim ! ) . OHAITANOOOA , March 29 Elder Morgan , presiding older ot the Mor mon church , Icf : thia city with 100 converts far Utah from all parts of the south. Nlnnty missionaries In the south claim GOO converts annually. The Jannnntto Crfw. Spocia Dlipatch to Tun llsi. NKW YORK. March U9.Lieut. . Danonhower , Eaglnoor Melville , Sea men Niodorman , Eislgu Hunt audjtho Jcannotto aeamou who recently arriv ed hero have fpno to Washington. & Million far Moat- BpocUl Dlipatch to Tin Uin. LAREDO , TEXAH , March 29. It IB rumored that a party of five Ameri cans who loft for the interior of Mexico ice wont to buy the stock murdered in the camp near Saltlllo. A Forrct Flro ipecUl Dispatch to Tni lilt. ALLENTOWN , Pa , March 29. A fire raging on the Blue Mountain near johigh Gap. Much valuable timber being destroyed. Now Mills Utarted , pedal Dispatch to Tun Un. SOKANTON , Pa. , March 29. The cranton stool company started its ow milk , employing ever ono thouc- nd men. Muro Light- pedal Dispatch to Tun llm DOST IN , Mroh 29 Tiio EJlson laotrla Illuminating company has or- _ n'ss'd with a capitul of § 1 OOO.OCO , with ex Governor Rico aa President , _ Honford'i A old Phosphate Is a preparation of the phosphates o irao , magnosb , potash and Iron It luch form aa to bo readily aaslmllatoc by the system. Djacrlptlvo phamplo tent freo. Rnmford Chemical Works 'rovldonco ' , R. I. REGISTRATION LIST. FIFTH WARD. Allen GporgoOalst bet 14th & 15ah Allen -lohn w 409 n 12th at Albrecht Fred n Sherman ave Anderson John F n Sherman ave Angoll J B 419 n inih Bt Anderson K COM st but 12th and 13 tl Anderaon G T 703 n 17 ih st Arnold wm 1-ilG Izard at Arnold J w 1210 n 18th at Avoudot John 131G California st Balcombo St A D Chi bet 18th & 19tl Bay J P 1514 California at Banmor John 1824 Burt st Bautncator A 1242 n 18th at Beard James T OJBI bet 12th and 13t ! Beaber J w 1518 Burt st Berry Thomua F 1112 Chicago st Bean Smue ) 1812 Divonport st Banrd G w 19h ; ud Izird bt Beck Miriin A Kith nnci Burt at Benedict wM 1807 Bnrt st Bnttluper H N ( i2 n 15 h at Boiler JnoF 019 nlli.hBt B3ohmo 0 A 414 n 18th at Boehmo A 414 n 18th at BrldgamanJSl'J.hfttbotOhl&CjHssI Burdish R D ivonport but 10th & 1U1 Bnrmostor A 15-.h and California sts Barko Goo 1327 n 18lh st Butler Chus 1501 Webster st Barnlckwm 1110 Chicago at BalrorsGMB3l7nl5th Bain Goo U P Ry pump honso Utumelster A BiknrBjnj F 1430 n 18th st Btlloy Jns 1511Cummlngs st B.irlow G.io 14th & Ctsanti Bennett wm w Eistwinh lflh & Oil s Bergen Jno E 9Ci2 n 1(5 ( h at Begley Ptk / 15 h & Burt sts Bedford Jctf W 1410 Sherman av BrduallJF12120j9snt ! Birmingham Frank n 17.h at Blank James S 1218 Chicago at. Bnlln Ilonry lO-.hand California sis Balan James 408 n 11 h st Bolan Thomas 408 n llth st U > landf > r John E 1501 Nicholas st Bolan James W 408 n ll'.h at Binnor Thomai 123 n 14th at Bonnovlor F w 012 n 14th st Binnovlor Jno A 1321 Oillfornlast Boyle Thos 1208 Chicago st Boyle Michael 1208 Chicago at Boyle Michael J 1208 Chicago at Baylan Pat 1214 Chicago st B3won J J < > 05 n 14th ss Bowman H 10 h & California Braokin J H 1233 Shormm ave Brewer 0 U 1253 Sherman ave Brophy Jno 1813 California st Bruner J B 1018 Cars at. BrunnorThoa C 1822 Onmralnga at BrlardyThoB511nl5that Brophy Peter 1813 California at Brush Eagcno Brown wm hot 15 h & 10th n of Nlol olas st BroslnsDanl 1114 n 17th at Buckley Jno 1(1 ( h bet Nicholas & Pa Buckley Thos 11-18 nlGtU st Buckley Owen 307 n llth Bt Buckley Mlchl 12h : st bat Chicago Ofisi sts Burns Mlohl 1217 Oasi at Buahoy Mlohl w 10 h & Izird sla Butler w U 15th & webster ats Casey Lawrcuoo ar 9.h and Davenport sta Casey LJ wren co L jr Hih and Divon- port ata Gaio wm U 10th and Izard ats Carney Thns 12 n 12th at OArnoy T II 1(5 ( h nnd Ir.ird atn Oaldwell E P 1809 Wobater st Carroll Patrick 1111 Sherman av Oarnaby JBIUPH 1412 M 17th at OArnabi wm 1412 n 17.lint 0,1110 John 18 I Gumiogj st OMIan PA * . 1C.09 . Ohloago at Onllftit Thos 1(509 ( Chioigo nt O. rlln Patrick 18-h una Nicholas ats Citrlbton G L (514 ( n IGih nt Ohrlatophorson Goo II 1700 Guralaga fit Oliollman Henry 91(5 ( n 16 ; h nt Oharlton Jauioi B 17th and Davenport - port nts Oharlton Mrs L G 17th and Daven port nts Oharlton A G 17th and Davenport port ata Olark Pctor 519 n 11 ! st Clark Noah 1422 Sherman av Obvur R G 1014 O.MS Bt Olalr JAUIOS Clark bet 18th and 19th sts Ooffnnn V H 1708 0 llfornla Bt Oonwfty Timothy J 12th bet Chicago and CABS ats Cornfield Samuel 722 n 15 ill at Cjnnor wm 1010 witbstor at OjBprovo Jainea 1109 n 18h : at Oonlan.Tames 1113 n 17th at Counr.ll Owen California bet 12th and 13th tn Connolly Jaraon 702 n 10 .r at Oronland J G 15 h and California fits Orocken H N GU5 n 17th at Oroas R M 1509 California at Orouao Saward n Bhnrmin ar Crumb H 0 318 n 17 .h at Casey Thoa J 301 n llth at Oavanaugh Pat 1312 Webster at Campbell J v G.'G u 15h at Oillahan James 14th nnd Webster sta Campbell 0 H 315 u 14 .hst 0rnoy w A 1717 0 * s st OhrlstianBon J S 1007 Oaas at Ohatfiold S lGh : nnd Oumlng at OhnbbOP51lnl8.hat Olawnou w H 17 eh nnd Nicholas sis Oloud w0320nl4'.hst Olark F 8 1510 OJBH ot Oollopy P F 15.h and Nicholas ata Ooncsaman J At 1C 80 Sherman ave OjunBomanTO " " " CennseumuIlG " " " Oolo M G 1810 Ouminp st Cole Seth T 18h and NYobstor ata Cooper Jas 7tti ft n Chicago at Copelnnd W K 17th and Oaea ats Oopolnnd Mrs 0 M 17th and Oass ats OorbyJEG23n 17ihst Connor Thoa 1117 ORS st Coudonler August 915 u IGih at Ooylo Edward near witter worka Ookroft J U 1122 n 17th at Connors F M 419 n M'.h at Oorboln F 1120 nJ8 hat Ooaaloy H w 1410 Chlcngo st Crolghton Jus 1324 Dwonport Oreightou Jos 1704 CMS ot Ccowloy Simuol llth and Ohlcago B < Onawk Pat 1013 Chicago it Oummlnga ThosO&aa at bet 12th&13tl OummliiRS John 10 , h and Oaas at OunniffJohn 15th and Izard st Ourlott T E 10th bet Oal & Wobater Cutler F E1717 California at Dolloy T H , 1217 Sherman av Davidson J E 511 n 18th at Darling L B 10th and and Bnrt at Davla 0 L 711 n 17th at DavlaDA711nl7that Daniels 0 G 555 n 10 ; h st Dillon John 14 n 8th st Donovad Jao .1 158 Divnnport at Djor Phil Bnrt Bt bat 15th and Kiths Djyla w u 1710 Davenport st Daylo j A 1710 JJjvenport at Dove JOB 723 u 10 h at Donohuo Jno w 1218 Ohloago at Darkoo wP313i 15hst Dallow E 1011 Ohloago at Danaon .uhn 12th nnd Oaas Bt Danton Edward 1118 Sherman av Davla E P 702 California at Davis Jjhn 1417 Ohloago st Dietrlok 0 Oumlng at bee 15th an 10 sh at Doollttlo w V sr 812 n 18 : h at Daollttlo 0 J 812 u 18hut Donohuo Dan 1318 California at Dmohno Michael 1213 Chicago Bt Danohuo El ward 1218 Ohloago st Dotiglnu .1 tmru 1205 Chicago at DowiioPT-114 nlSihat D yloThoaiiOnSulO hat Doffdoll Pettr 517 u 12 th st Duncan u S 10 h and Oamlng at Durn&ll Sam'l Oais at school houao ForrhllJno 907 n 17th st Farrell Michael 1141 n 10h at Foddo Peter 1514 webster at FuoE G 13L4c sa at F labor abas Chicago bet 12th and Ut ats L'ltKpatrick John 0 1013 Chicago at Fleming wm 808 n 18th Et Foley Michael Chicago at bet 10 & 1 Falconer Thnmia 1309 wobator at Foonoy J1I 7'22nlihat. ( : Foky.Johu-111 n 13th at. Fitzmorrls Miohaul 1314 callfora' al Ferren Peter 1310 Chicago Bt Firth Roland 1311 Webster at Fommtng MitchllJ no 114th and co fornly sts Fleming Mitchell no 2 14 and cal fornh Bta F.'anagab Hugh 1115 nhorman av Forat Frank 1312 oaaa at Frenzer Joseph 1512 California at Frazlor A 1715 oumlngt at Friday John 1322 casr tt Frlnonl Gtto 1149 nlO-h Bt Fargoson AN 1580 n 18 at. Eg in Otron 1015 Oumlng st EllottGaoGU N 18th at Emkoiis J U California bat 13th at 14ih ata Emblcn Jno 113b N 19th st Engjtrom 0 A 1715 Oumlng st Erdmann w F1511 Ohlcago at Erdmann w H 1511 Chicago nt Eatabrook E Ohloago at bet 10ih a : and 17th Eitabrook H D Ohlcago at bet 1C and 17th E3dy H W 021 N 19th at Ellla W P 1010 California at il Elliott Nathan 9)3 ) N 19 h at Elllngnood T B 17th and Graaa ata Enowold Robt 0 10th near Oallfora Knrlght Jero 1014 Chicago at Erck John u 013 N IGthat K'sxmspergor ' j 0 1121 N 18th flt GREEN BAY'S ' GRIEF. Funeral of the Lata Postmaster Gonoraj at His Wisconsin Homo , .Life LOUR Friends by thsTiiou- onnda Follow Him to the Grave. The Sorvlocd nt iho Church nuil the Cemetery. SpaclM Dltpitch toTHH EK . GREEN BAY , Wls. , March 29. The train bent ing the remains of the late Hon. Timothy 0. Uowo arrived nt the Ohloago & Northwestern depot at 5:50 : this morning. A committee from the Brown Oonnly Bar associa tion received the body , which , being plnood In a hoarse and oocortod by the committee , waa taken to Hone's resi dence on Main street. At 10:30 : o'clock the bolls in the city began tolling off 07 atrokca , the ago of the deceased , and the cankot was boruo from the house to a hoarao In waiting and convoyed to the Presbyterian church. Before 2 o'clock , the hour. sot for beginning ttio funeral exor cises , the church WAS packed to the doors , while several hundred persons , nnablo to gain admission , stood in the streets until the conclusion of the exorclocs , The floral tributes were profnso aud and magnificent , some of the principal plecea bolng thoao used at the services ( n Konoaha yesterday. The funeral services were begun at nbont 2 o'clock with a chant "Abide Ith mo" by the Presbyterian choir. Riv. L , J , Whl to , pastor of the church , olforod n brief prayer , which was fol lowed by the solo "Nearer My God to Thoc ? ' by Mra. M. D. Kimball , Bung to the air "Robin Adalr , " a fa vorite song of Mr. Howe's. Rov. H. M , Simmons delivered a very affecting tribute to the lifo and character of the distiugulanod statesman. JTtio Borvlcoa at the oemotory con sisted simply of reading the Presby terian burial sorvloo for the dead by Rav. L. J. Whlto and a few remarks by Rov. H.M. | Simmons. Aethocoflln was bolng lowered Into the crave , Miss Grace Howe , nelco of Judge Howe , was overcome by emotion and falntod. She wns tenderly car oil for and Boon recovered. Each of the pall bearers passed around the grave and dropped upon the coffin 5 small bcqaotn , given them at the cemotary for the pnrpoao. The tloral decorations at the grave were very beautiful and will remain until they dry and crumble and mingle with the dust of him to whono memory they were the grateful tiibutda of loving hearts. There were no visitors from Washington but the larger attendance of the raot rio tabla nwa Its thf , eUto.i * A r - . ia Tha Havantlok Homtold * . Special Dispatch to TUB DEI. NEW YORK , March 29. The grand jury to-day began Iho Investigation of the caio of George W. Oonkllng , Jr. , who ahot and killed Wilbur H. Havor- stlok , and ho will probably bo In dicted and roarrcatod. Recorder Smith In addrotstug the grand jury Instructed thom to Investigate the ease , and aald that Police Justice Smith had exceeded hla powers In as suming to deoldo homicide was jus tifiable. This action , thu recorder said , does not atop the grand jury from Indicting Conkllng. Oounaol f ir Mrs. Uhlor have received instruc tions to begin legal proceeding against Dr. Armldon for the recovery of $550 which Mrs. Uhler claims to be due her out of the sum loft by Havorstiok at the tlmo of hla doath. The Braidwood Mine. SpocUl Dltpatch to TUB BII. I CHICAGO , March 29. Despairing of overcoming the obatraotlons in the Braid wool mlno , which now make U difficult to search for the remaining bodies , a correspondent states that the ownorn are considering the propo sition to cloao and abandon the mlno aud erect over the entrance a monument ment to the memory of thceo entomb ed. Thi i tuggostlon ia opposed by the friends of the dead mon. No addi tional progress was made up to n late hour In clearing away the debris. A Frightful Affair. Bpcclnl Dlipitcb to llm DM. HALIFAX , March 29 A report from Llngan says : Magistrate McNeil and covoral volunteers and constables were overpowered by a mob at Little Gloco bay to-day wnllo attempting to arrest the Llngan rlotera. Chief Con- - atablo Musgrovo hnd taken refuge in the Gloco bay lookup to save himself from the mob. The volunteers have . boon ordered back to the garrison to ' await Instructions from hbadqinrtora. Determined Suloldo. Bpeclil DUpatch to TUB USB. HAUPAX , March 29 A powon bo- Hevod to be H. W. EUon , of Calais , Maine , who attempted lulcldo on the train , emptied five chambers of his re volver at .his head while lying In a berth. The conduct or Btlzjd hia hand before ho could fire the sixth shot. There was great commotion in the car. The man Is under arrest , brit c.ianot bo removed from the hotel. Mr i. Ucober'aXait Day. Special Dispatch to TUB Us * . d WINDSOR , Vermont , March 29 Mrs. Meeker , convicted of kllllng her daughter , will bo hanged to-morrow. She was calm moat of the day but seems to appreciate the helpless con dition and IB expected to break down. She received a letter from her eon Almon to-day offering consolation and urging her to confess. ' , Southern Overflow * . ' Special Dlsjatch to TUB On. , NBW ORLEANS , March 29.Tho ' Atohafalaya river is rising two Inches la a day , The now levees between Oharchvlllo and Simmtport are faat giving way , and very few ol tho-plan , tatlons along the river will escape the overflow.