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ESTABLISHED JUNE 19 , 1871. OMAHA , FRIDAY MORNING , JUNE 23 , 1893. SINGLE COPY FIVE CENTS. Secretary Morton Decides the Testa to Have Been Unsatisfactory , WILL ABOLISH SEVERAL STATIONS from n Scientific niul Oninmercl.il Htnnil- nolnt Ilio lilnx : In tfnprwlltnhlo Sev- ji < er.il NnliradUain Alipntntoil lo Po- dltlonn Lund Olllco Decision" . WASHINGTON HUIIBAU or Tun Ben , ] 513 FOUIITUUXTII ' r. V WASHINGTON. Juno 22. ) Secretary Alorton has decided to abolish Iho experiment farm which was established by ex-Secretary Husk at Garden City , Kan. A series of experiments hnvo been made with alfalfa and other feed grasses , hut the efforts to Induce these grasses to take i oot nnd grow In profitable quantities have been a failure. The expense of these experiments has been largo nnd ns It has been thoroughly demonstrated that feed crass cannot bo profitably cultivated In the region nhout Garden City , Secretary Morton will abolish the station. This may bo said to bo simply a prelimi nary stop which will probably end In the abolishing of nearly all the experiment sta tions of the Agricultural department. A majority of these which have been estab lished In various parts of the country have proven unsuccessful from a scientific stand- polnt ns well as from n commercial view. Secretary Alorton Is of the opinion that the people's money should not bo wasted simply to give a few scientific cranks/choice berths with good salary attachment and the ro- eluctlon in the number of experiment sta tions Is In tlio line of the secretary's policy ns followed In the reduction of the meat in spection forces at Chicago , Kansas City aud other points. I.niul Olllco Decision * . Assistant Secretary Sltns today reversed the judgment of the land commissioner in the case of E. Spurgin atrnlnst John E. John- II son from the North Platte district. E. I , ' Spurgin appealed to the assistant secretary from the commissioner's eleelslon dismissing his contest against the timber culture entry of Johnson. The entry under the decision will bo canceled. The assistant secretary affirmed the de cision of the commissioner in the case of William Hubcr against the heirs of Nehmlah li Burtlcss from the MeCook district. The commissioner dismissed Huber's contest und ho appealed to tlio department. The decision of the commissioner in the case of George W. GHck who applied at the O'Neill land ollico to mnko homestead entry to a tract already patented to John O. Glide and Taylor W. Click and also filed afllduvit of contest has been ulllrmcd by the assistant secretary .nnd the Glides arc sustained in ti their Holdings. \ ) Western I'eiiKioni. The following pensions granted are re ported : Nebraska : Original widows , etc. Emma Purely. Iowa : Increase William II. Horsloy , David Sampson , William J. Becks , Henry Molntosh. Heissuo Calvin Bripcs. Heissuo nnd increase Joshua Ayers. Original widows , etc. Caroline A. Gibson , lliith Stnrkey , minor of Joseph Vnudorpool , minors of Hurley W. Mabo. Widows , Indian wars Pormolia Scovel. Nulirankitna Olvon I'osltlons. Commissioner Lochren today appointed eighty-seven special pension cxnmindrs to tnko effect July 1. The law limits these ap pointments to one year and thu salary is re duced for the next fiscal year from $1-100 to Sl.itOO. Nebraskans caught thrco of these appointments ; Ira Urashears , William L. Vnndortop nnel Edward C. Parkinson. Two lownns are also on the list , namely , James Stebbs and Norman E. Ivcs. Fourth-class postmasters were appointed in Nebraska today as follows : John Burgo , Cerosco , Saunders county ; C. S. Roberts , Clay Center , Clay county , C. S. Vborhocs , Liberty , Gaco county ; J. A. Mlllott , Nor man , Kearney county. P. S. II. NATIONAL ItOAKI ) Ol' HEAI/TII. Proponent Hill to Ho Introduced In Congrrsi lor Its KHiahllHliincnt. "WASHINGTON , Juno 22. Ono of the first matters of Importance that will bo pre sented to the next congress will bo a bill , already framed , providing for the establishment - mont of a National Board of Health wltli headquarters In this city. The board , as dovlsed by the projectors , is to co-operate with Btato and municipal authorities in the matter of sanitary improvement ; it Is to hi presided over by a physician , whoso tenure shall only bo terminated by death , inlsdc meaner or inefllcicncy ; Its oxeou tivo committed will bo chosci by the president of the United Statci from the state and territorial rcprcscnta lives and In addition Is to have as member : the surgeons general of the army , navy nne : Marino hospital service. The body of the national board Is to consist of a represcnta' tlvo of the medical profession of each state nnd territory appointed by the president 01 account of his special fitness for the duties of his position and for a term of not les : than six years. This national board Is ti meet' In this city not of tenor than once li two years , unless specially convened In sonn great emergency , The boldest feature o the proposition , nnd the one likeily to res nl In BcVlous controversy. Is that which he Btowa upon tlio bo.irel legislative , judtcla nnd esxecutlvo powers of an indepondcn character , _ _ _ _ _ _ _ yUAUANTlNi : KIXiUI.ATIONh. Hoeret iry of Ilio Tri'iinury CarlUlo In sue : I'nrlliiir IiiKtrnotloim. WABIIIXOTON , Juno 22. Secretary Carlisl has Instructed all treasury o.llcmls and coil oular ofllccra "that thu quarantine reguln Dona of the Treasury department , approve by tno secretary of the treasury Fobruar 24 , 1RKI , and April 4 , 1803 , with subscquen circular additions nnd amendments , supei cede all circular quarantine regulations , jm viously Issued ; nnd all quarantine circular Issued prior to the dates of approval of nul regulations nro hereby revoked. Collcctni of customs , In enforcing thu provisions of tli quarantine laws and regulations denying ei try to vessels or detaining the same , are d reeled to report Immediately by telegraph t the supervising surgeon general of the Mi rlno hospital service the reasons thercfe nnd other necessary information. "While the quarantine rules cannot bo n Inxed.no unnecessary dute-ntlon or delay l vessels should bo caused , ns it Is the pu pose of the dupartmemt to facilitate con merco In every proper way consistent wit : the public safety , " I'l'liiinu ritymmiti. WASHINGTON , Juno 22. There will bo n pension dollcloncy for Iho current fiscal yea which ends Juno UO neixt. That Is assure by figures obtained from Iho Treasury d partment today. They show that the appr prlutlons for pensions were ; For the llsc ; year IbO--Oa. SUO.TilT.aaS ; deficiency fi the year 18"3 and prior years , fU.l-H.SS Totnl , * lGuSS2,2UI. Expended for pension For eleven months ended May ill , f 147,011 liCO : for Juno up to today , ? lu.3N,00 ) estimate for next eight days of Jim H.OOO.OOOtotal. , . $ l& , tl2tt , ! o. ThU will lea' n vunilus of about ; irx)0,000 ) , , which will 1 turui'u into the treasury. Olubnruitut ITo WASUI.NQTON , Juno ! i2. The dlsbanuci proc'jedliiK in the case of Church & Chun Bgalnat W. S. Slroonds , the late couini ! llouor of patents. Chief Clerk Bennett ui Fo t r Froeinan , attorneys for the Amei 4-in Bell Telephone company , were begi this mornliip bofonTComuilssloner Soyuioi All the parties Interested wore present ai ro | > retlvU by counsel , Church & representing the government. The most of the session wus consumed In the examina tion of W. B. Mnerudcr. during the last seventeen years a clerk In the patent oflleo. Magrudcr testified ns totho _ requests for copies of ofllclal papers nnd explained in detail the illonnd other markings of it num ber of applications by the Bell Telephone company for copies ol Detbaugh papers Hied since January l , 1S03. rnit AS J.MKIU > INCY. Sun I'rnnclsou Itnnm l.nylns : In n Supply of Currency. WASHINGTON , Juno 22. Extensive ohlp- mcnts of money by telegraph from New York to ban Francisco wcro made today by direction of United StntesTroasurer Morgan. The bank failures yesterday on the Pacific coast evidently spurred the banks to In creased nctlvlty In gaining a supply of ready money to meet any emergency tnat may nrlso. This money Is transferreJ In a simple manner. A bank In San Francisco tele graphs Its Now York correspondent to place In the subtrcasury at Now York a given amount of money to its credit to bo sent to San Francisco. The treasurer at Now York telegraphs the subtroasurcr at San Fran cisco to credit the bank with the given amount. The San Francisco hank thus saves the express charges nnd the govern ment , which receives gold for the money It transfers by telegraph ; builds up its gold. It Is n mutual arrangement by which both the banks nnd tlio government are benefited. Wellington Not . WASHINGTON , Juno 22. With the appoint ment of E. Spencer Pratt of Alabama to bo consul general at Singapore was given pub licity the first information that the position had been raised. Singapore U an important post. For this reason and on account of Its great trade , It is understood that thu presi dent desired to raise the rank. ' The government is not disposed to accept ns final the decision of the United States clerk at Seattle , Wash. , regarding his power ' to treat with Indians , and 'instructions have been given to make n report immediately in behalf of the Indian agency. The coast defense ship Monterey has been formally receipted for by the government. Secretary Carlisle has appointed John W. Kinsoy of Now Philadelphia , O. , superin tendent of construction of the postoflice building nt Washington , vice Thomas C. Stewart removed. An evening paper says that Henry T. Thurher , private secretary to President Cleveland is likely to bo the next democratic nominee for governor of Michigan. AH WllMt to hen tliii C.irnvols. WASHINGTON , D. C. , Juno 22. The Colum bus caravels are attracting public Interest on their voyage to Chicago , and the Navy dc partment is being pressed to allow them to stop enrouto nt various points that the clti zcns may have an opportunity to see the strange craft and pay eluo respect to the Spanish olllcers. These applications come , not only from our own citizens , but from the residents of Canadian towns and cities. Tho' ' circumstances under which the caravels nro ooing taken to Chicago nro such that the Navy department is unable to comply with the request. The department has no au thority to interfere with their movements. I'mslon Ollici ! Appointments. AV.vsiiixeiTOX Juno 22. , Eighty-seven spe cial examiners of the pension ofllco have been rcappointed to take effect July 1. The law has always limited this appointment to ono year and the salary is reduced for tno next fiscal year from ? 1,400 to Sl.IWO. Among these rcappointed ni-o the following : Ira Braishairs , Nebrnsk/ : Frank E. Brownell , Missouri ; John 1L Bostick. Missouri : E. Gustavus Church. Oregon ; Norman E. Ives , Iowa ; Charles I1. Mays. Colorado ; Edward C. Parkinson , Nebraska ; Daniel Hhodes , Colorado ; James S. Tibhs. Iowa ; William U Vcndcrlcp , Nebraska ; William Ward , Iowa. I'rciinyiuoiil I Interim. * WASIIINOTOX , Juno -Secretary Carlisle has modified the notlco announcing that the prepayment of Interest would ba in on Mon day next. Ho has now decided that pay ment may bo made ns fast as the levy of checks can bo eiteetoJ , and saver.il Unite.l States treasurers have bean notified accord ingly. Holders of1 per cent coupons due July 1 may therefore now present them for payment , without rebate , and owners of the checks for July interest may have them cashed us soon as received. ttioux CITV Forty Municipal Knipliiycs Sndilonly IHs- uhnr eil Iroin DllVnront Hep irtmnntfi. Siofx CITV , Juno 22. [ Special Telegram to Tun I3ci ! . ] The city council mot in special session last evening and without warning proceeded to out forty city em ployes from the pay rolls. Sewer inspectors , lax collectors , policemen , engineers , etc. , suffered alike. Jcn'v.i f'imiitiiro Dcnlori * Orcnnlzo , DBS MOIXES , Junei 22. The retail furniture i dealers of the state , in session hero , have s formed n state federation , with the following officers : President , J. B , McCurdy , O&kii- 3 loosa ; vice president , D. C. Wllbcr , Mnr- shalltown ; secretary , C S. Hopkins ; treas urer , Albert Hill , Des Moincs , The next meeting will bo held In Des Momes the second Tuesday in May , preced ing the funeral directors mooting ono day. Several interesting papers were reael und discussed this afternoon. 11 Mioil lor loliiiuitliiii : nf Character. Cniuu HAI-IDS , la , , Juno22. [ Special Tele gram to THIS Hun. ] T. A. Colcman , proprie tor of the Oolcmau house , has brought suit Jn the district court of Ilumboldt county against Editor Miller of the Llvonnore Ga zette und C.iwcr ft Sons of the St. James hotel for $10,030 damages for defamation of character , causing subsequent loss of busi ness. lo mi Ciitholict ) ICxclted. CCIIAII HATIDS , In. , Juno 2:3. : [ Special Telegram - gram to TUB Bun , ] There is great excite ment In Catholic circles nt Washington , la. , and two-thirds of the congregation of Hov , Father Morau have refused to attend his ministrations because of rumors growing out of his alleged misconduct with his house keeper. Inwn Ojuirator rtaiitcmeeil. IOWA CITV , la. , Juno 'iJ. [ Special Telegram - gram to Tin : BUB , ] Judge fa I rail this aftpr- noon sentenced J. A , Jones , a striking telegraph operator accused of cutting the wires of the Chicago , Hock Island & Paitlllc railway , to thrco years In penitentiary. r'ntiilly WnumlbilVlillo Shootiiic Hull. e- Cr.n.ut lUrins , la. , Juno 22 , [ Special Tele eto gram to Tins Ilitu. ] Gall D.iyton of Codai Fulls , in attempting to shoot a fish in the mill race , accidentally shot himself with n h revolver , His recovery is doubtful , Droiviml Whllu Hiitlilng , Cmun HAI-IDS , la. , Juno 24 [ Special Tele 10 pram toTnis HUB.--Jant ] Ellis , a dentist al 10Ml Oasquotana , was drowned In the Wupsie Ml river while In bathing. HU body has beei : recovered. Onl Trlul of Ihu e'rulitiT .Maine. nl or NEW Yomc , Juno 22. The big nrmorei 'cruiser ' Maine , which has been building foi nearly four years at the Brooklyn navy yard slid quietly and slowly from the dry docl today. The shin's engines , from tin 10 , Quluurd iron works , were completed SOUK vo timu . but delays hi ago. furnishing tin ho vessel's armor will prevent her from havlni u fa trial fnr'somo tlmo yet. That oxpcri incuts with her engines might be nmdo nm lit the builders might got their pay , Socretur Herbe-rt ordered the Mulno bo to taken ou chIn mid u steam' trial mado. She developed ; Inaa jpcod of seventeen knots. aa rl- lor Military Protection. rlun WATBIITOWX , N , Y. , Juno 22. The lumbo dealers having docks in Erlo jr. county hav jr.ml telegraphed Govorvor Flower dcmanelm military protection tor their lumber shovcn HAS A FINE CHANCE TO WIN Emperor William is Far from Defeated or Dlsiourageu' at the Elections. CONTESTS AT WHICH THE TIDE MAY TURN One Hnmlrril iintl Seventy-Five Districts to Hold Now llnllots iintl tlio Opptmltlon In Tlirm Much Dlvlili-d-slt- tmtloii In Ucrnmnyi | Copurt-hf4 [ tS33liy Jamn ( Jnnlnn rtennelt. ] Bniiu.v , Juno 23. [ Now York Herald Cnblo Special to THE Ben. ] The Holclis Anzclgcr publishes the ro.val proclamation , tinted at Kiel , summoning tlio Hclchstag for July 4. I am nskcd to say the report circulated so freely hero on the day after the elections that a stormy meeting took plnco between the kaiser and the chancellor Is untrue. On" the contrary Caprlvl Is , I r.tn told , on the best of terms with his imperial master , who extends to him the fullest conlldonco. On Saturday In most districts , on Monday In the others , the final elections will take place among the constituencies where an absolute majority was not obtained ut the first election. The government through oniclal quarters the Nerd Doustch Allege- raoiuo Hcltung has given .forth the note to bo adopted. It is , "Vote for any party in favor of the military bill , " but above all things do everything to weaken the socialist party. The socialist party has no less than eighty-one candidates , but Judging from the lack of harmony among them the voters of tlio frcissinnlgo volks partcl and centre , will veto for their own candidates who are against the bill but won't support the socialists. The outlook is that many scats which could bo gained will bo lost. The centre refuses to vote for the social democrats and in this way the seats which might easily have been secured are tnrown away. The socialists on the other hand , have moro practically decided when not able to elect to choose either a n centre volks p.irtol or frelsslnnlge volks partcl. I'rolmlillltlrs of the Ilvc-Klrctlon * . There are 175 elections to bo decided as fol lows : Twenty-live- between supporters of the military bill ; twenty-one between op ponents of the bill , and 12U between support crs and opponents of the bill. At present , if wo take the Poles as voting against the bill , wo have a majority against the govern ment of thirty-four , that is 120 against 02 ; hut no person is in a position to say which way the Poles will vote. When the elections are over the momusrs of this party will hold n mooting and the matter will bo decided by ballot , for the party always votes compactly. Its vote is all-important. They wcro six teen In the last Keichstag and voted for the bill. In many of .their constituencies the electors protested. The question now Is , Which way will they vote ? If against the bill , it will make a difference of about thirty votes on division , and would probably assure the rejection of the measure. If they vote for it , the reverse is likely to bo the case. With the coming elections the government is bound to gain twenty-live votes and the op position twenty-one. This will bring the majority against the bill down to thirty. Thereon follows the question , How will the 120 elections contested between the sup porters and opponents bill go ? SIIM.KVOYr. 1'AlU2D. Clumcncciiu Coinu Out of the Attack UriRlitcr and rill-oilier tliiiu Kvcr. iCopiirt'jMcd ISltttu'Innzi dunlin IInntt.\ \ PAUIS. Juno 22. [ Now York Herald Cable Special to Tun Ben. ] "Much ado about nothing" are the words with which today's meeting of the Chamber may bo summed up. The only result has been to restore M. Clemcnccau to popularity , to strengthen his authority with his party , which was slipping away from him , and to malco M. M. Mlllovoyo 'ind do Houlcdo ridiculous in the eyes of the country. Millevoyo seems to be the victim of an immense hoax , which recalls the fulso Bul garian dispatches that led to a quarrel between - tweon Prince- Bismarck and the czar. None of the charges he made will stand examina tion , and the proof of the falsity of the ac cusation Is the sums said to have been paid to M. Henri Hochefort , whom no one believes to bo capable of such an infamous act. The impression produced upon the deputies was only ono that made them laugh at the charges , while the alTara has raised up M. Clomonceau to such a degree of popularity that ho is now sure of being ro-electcd at the next election. ' What will the present ministry do now ? JACQUES ST. CEIIE. HHIIMANY'S NIStV AllMY HILT * It Will Contain All the Features of tlio Iliiuno ( Jompromltc. BEUMK. Juno 22. The Helens Anzclgcr an- nounecs that the army bill which will be sub mitted to the next Holclistag will bo virtu ally the Hucno-compromise on tha old bill. Prof. Hudolph Vlrchow , who , as a Hlchter candidate , will contest the second division of Berlin with a social democrat on the second end ballot , does not approve of Euireno Hleh- tcr's compact with the socialists. Their ideas , ho says , are so Incompatible with lib eralism that an honest alliance with them is Impossible , therefore no alliance nt all should bo attempted. Etigcno Hichtcr Is salu to have boon moved by tlio protests of his radical partisans to forego his plan for general co-operation with the social democrats on the second ballots. Outside of districts in which deals will bo necessary to secure Ills own re-elcctiou a free hand will bo left to the local commis sioners of the radical people's party , A largo accession of votes to radical unionist candidates will bo ono result of this de cision. Thu Vosslscho Xcitung has joined the Tageblntt in demanding un immediate reorganization at the heauquartcrs of thu r radical party. IIO.MI : icui.i : KILL. Altornllons Which the l iigllih ( loveriiinont IntuiiiU to Miiko In It. LONDON , Juno ' . ' 2. In the House of Com < t inoiis today Mr. Gladstone stated the alter j atlons the government had decided to make In financial clauses of the homo rule bill Ho proposed n provision , that during the term of six years necessary to effect the financial arrangements , no change in man aging or collecting the existing tuxes would bo inndo. The Irish Parliament would be empowered to establish now taxes. Ire landXeontrlbutlon to the Imperial oxchcquoi would be ono-third of u certain revenue. A the close of six years the constitution nne the whole arrangement would be roviscd It would bo provided that Ireland sliouh collect and manage the collection of custom ! and excise duties. Mr. John Kedmond ( Parnclllte ) , mcmboi for Waterford City , gave notlco that hi would oppose the clause preventing tholrisl Parliament from collecting aud rcgulatlui existing tuxes us unjust. Auitrtau Klotor * Loot Khopi. VIENNA , Juno 2J. Great excitement ba been caused at Andrlchow , a town of abou 4,000 In Austrian Galacla , by the rioting of number of socialists who live in and about the town , The mob n it d full possession of the place for a tlmo nnd took advantage of the opportunity to loot many shops. The militia finally Intcrfomt nnd some of the rioters wc'o killed and n number wounded. Troops are now stationed In various parts of the town. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ DKMONSTU.VTIVi : ntlJNCIl HII'UTIF.S. ! Another Itow rrrclpltttcil In the hiinhcr : Over the Iloix Kttrndltl tn. PAnis , Juno 22I > Dr. Chnrcot , the eminent French physician , who was sent to Hourno- niotith to ascertain the exact condition of Cornelius Hcrz , whoso extradition the French government requested of Great Britain because of his connection with the Panama cnffal , has made n report to tlio effect that the condition of M , Hcrz is such that his extradition la Impossible. The facts wcro noted In the Chamber of Deputies today. M. Millovoye asked several questions con cerning the extradition of M. Hcrz. With regard to this matter It was said that Eng land had done everything possible for her to do to grant tlio extradition , nnd that nubile prosecution could take no knowledge from stolen proofs. M. Mlllovoyo started in to read the document ! . . Ho got ns fur ns "I saw today Clemencoau , " when M. Dovcllo interrupted him. Baron do Marcay suggested that the chamber resolve Itself Into a secret commit tee to hear the documents , but tbo sugges tion was voted dowm M. Millevoyc further accused M. Clemen- ceau ot delivering to England private letters that had passed between M. Hlbot , late prime minister and minister of foreign af fairs , ntul the French minister to Egypt. He produced a list of names of the persons and the papers whom ho nllcpcd England had bribed , and the amount , of money given as bribes. Ho read , anild tin uproar that al most drowned his voice : "Temps. 50,000 francs ; Edouard Lo Matin , 110,000 francs ; Lo Jour , 15,000 francs ; Hochefort , 8,000 francs ; Clomeneeau , f > 0,000 francs. At this point the uproar nnd confusion became - came tremendous. Members of the extreme loft arose from their scats and demands wcro made that M. Millovoye leave the Chamber. M. Mlllovoyc , however , stood his ground , and when a semblance of order was restored he shouted : "The whole thing is n scandal. Bardeau received 50,000. M. Bardeau sprang from his scat and cx- clnlmed : "I expected the Chamber to vin dicate my honor. " M. Clemcnccau and all members of the parly of the extreme left again rose from their seats ami hooted. After a tlmo they insisted that the rest of the documents bo read , but M. Derouledc , who was also a Boulanglst , stated that he would not listen to it. it.An An order was then , moved to tlio effect that the documents wcro spurious , and time would be wasted lis'tonhur to their presenta tion. This was adopted by a practically unanimous vote : 1SU voting in favor of it. M. Deroulede retired to. a committee room , wliero ho spent a lengthy period , refusing to ri'celvo his most intlmato colleagues. M. Millcvoye loft the Chamber , declaring that ho would resign his scat. Most of the documents In M. Millovoyo's possession are letters signed by Hon. U. LIhter , secretary of the IJritish embassy , some time ago. Llhter-wns transferred to Athens , however. WhpnMlllovoyo referred to a portion of a certain letter which men tioned a previous" alliance between the United States and Hussia , the whole Cham ber shouted aud Jeered. ' Session oT the Herlng Sea Tribunal. PAHI ? , Juno 22. A largo number of visitors were present to lay pt .tho session of tlio Bering sea tribunal. Among those who listened to the proceedings was Hon. James B. Eustis , American ambassador to France. The counsel of the United States opened the argument. ' * ( JLEMIIKO HOUSE GKKTIFWATEil. Xniv York Ilnnlci Take Advantage of thu Ansiirliulon'n Oiler. Nuw YOUK , Juno 22. ' The amount of clear ing house certificates issued today was $2550,000. ! This bringsjtho totalup toiM'J03- 000 since it was decided to issue the certi ficates. This amount , with the exception of Sl.000,000 first taken by the Bank of Com- nicnjt ! , is divided up among several of the banks belonging to the Clearing House asso ciation , no ono bank taking u largo amount. So far banks have remained In good condi tion nnd the Clearing House has not been called upon to oxnmlno any of them. All day banks and private banking houses have been receiving news from California , particularly Los Angelestogether with a de mand for currency. Bankers do not , us a rnlo , place much re liance on the heralded return of gold from Europe. . I'uilcd on Account of n Hun. Guncxvu.i.E , Mich. , Juno 22. The City National bank suspended payment this morn ing and Gcorgo B. Caldwell , bank examiner , took possession. The failure is duo to a stcaely run on the bank which has continued since Juno 1 , $52,000 having been withdrawn in three weeks , and thu inability of the bank officers to negotiate loans , although they had gilt-edged Bccurltles1. Tlio examination up to this time shows deposits of $210,000 and asset of SJ12.000. It Is not known yet whether the bank will bo able to resume or huvo to go into the hands of a receiver. The bank was examined last September and reported in good condition. l , < n Anuulii * ' I'nmiiciitl ( Jrlsli. Los AXQCLUS , Cal. , Juno 22. The financial situation is more cncouiMging. A quarter of a million in coin was received yesterday after business hours and the Farmers nnd Merchants bank this morning received 500- , ( XX ) more , opening its doors with over 1.000- , 000 in the vaults. It is believed this will bo moro than enough to meet all tno eleinunds. It is estimated that 8,000,000 were with drawn from the banks during the crisis. So fur there havo. been no mercantile failures. ConlliU-noii Hi'ntor.'d , Loa Axoisi.ua , Juno 22. Everything Is quiet and pcac'cablo In banking circles today. There is but a slight run on the IMS Angeles National bank. Tho'lino of depositors is greater than tno withdrnwors. Confidences lias been restored nnd a good many pcoplo who withdrew funds rodeposlted them , Alnilo nil BOSTON , Juno 22. Crosoy ft , Noyes , the contractors and builders , and Donning C. Noycs & Co. , furniture manufacturer : ) , huvo made an assignment ? Mr. Crcsoy Is presi dent ot the Littla Knimwtm Lumbar com pany which lately weui Into the hands of a receiver. Ganu IntoLiquidation , NASHVIM.U , Juno 22. The firm of B. S. Hhea & Son , grain merchants } in this city , have ROIIO into liquidation. Debts of $110.000 have been secured by it bo transfer of assets and property of the llhn. Ten anil C'odVu Murcliunt * I'ull , Nr.w YOIIK , Juno 23 : The fnlluro of Henry Sheldon & Co. , dealers in teas and cotfeo , 11C Front street , is announced. No statement of thu condition of the Una's a tin Ira la yet obtainable. I'll 11 tire ot bun I'r.iiH'Uco It ink. SAX FKAXCISCO , Juno 22. The Bank ol Commerce closed its doors tod.iy. A notice on the eloor stated that the bunk was tern Itorurily closed ) depositors will bo paid in full. Temporarily iiiil.rriii : oil. POMONA , Gal. , Juno 22. The Peoples' banji has closed. A notlco on thu door says it it temporary , and tlmV depositors will'bo paid in fulh Cnniiot Meet IIU Contract * . NEW YOIIK , Junn 23. D. McC. White ol the Consolidated Stock exchange has au iiouuccd his Inability to moot contracts. To AiilK'ipitii Ilio Intrrunt. s WAUUINOTOX , Juno 22. Secretary Carllsh bus directed that the July interest on tUa 1 a. per cent bonds be paid Monday , Nicaragua's Minister to the United .States Pormally Recalled. REVOLUTION REPORTED IN SAN SALVADOR .11 ctlimit ot rrcMilent Kzctn Snfllclenlly < > ! > noxloiu to the Citizen * to Ciuno u CoiKlilcnililo Uprising Story of n fugitive. jsajfijJiimcj fJonlou MANAGUA , Nicaragua , ( via Galvcstnn , Tex. ) , Juno 21. [ By Mexican Cnblo to the Now York Herald Special to Tiir. BKB. ] General Angustln Avlloz was today ap pointed commandor-ln-clilaf of the Nicar agua army , as 1 cabled the Herald yester day ho would bo. Ho took charge of the army this morning. Official letters rce'alllng Minister Guzman from Washington have been signed and sealed and forwarded by steamer via Cal ifornia. Minister Guzman's Intimations that the Nicaragua Canal company backed the revolution and furnished money to help jt along are declared to bo without foundation. Minister Gur.mun's own brother elenics the story. Ho has been recalled on account of these statements. Subordinate officers in all departments of the government have been changed and men put in charge who sympathize with the new administration. The provisional president has gone to Laon to visit his mother , who Is very ill. The preliminary canvass for the election of n president for a regular term has begun. Canal ouerators are working hard trying to raise the steamer Victoria which was sunk during the revolution. . Itovolntlon In Snn Snlrnil ir. COUINTO , Nicaragua ( via Galveston , Tex. ) , Juno 22. | By Mexican Cable to the Now York Herald Special to THE BKB. ] Fran cisco Medina , president of the Bank of Nicaragua , has received a telegram an nouncing that a revolution has opened asainst President Ezeta in San Salvador. All the banks in San Salvador have sus- peniled business transactions and will re main closed until peace has been restored. This revolution is not unexpected. Its lead en are believed to bo Jaclnto Costcllano , formerly minister from San Salvador to the United States ; General Luclnas Herandez , General Perez , prominent citizens of Santa Anna , and Gener.il Lizarao Lcttonis , ox-governor San Minguel , nnd Tundcro Xaldavar. All of these supposed leaders have been oxilotl , nnd if they have started the revolution must find their way secretly into San Salvador. Lettonls is especially hated by Ezota. An effort was made by the representative of Ezota some .tlmo ago to tnko Lettonts from the Pacific Mall steamer City of Panama while that vessel was at Laiiion. Lcttonis was at that time a passenger on the steamer and his object was to cscapo from San Salvador. Mr. Pennypackcr , an American citizen , who is the representative of the Union Iron works , arrived hero today In nn open boat from Amnoln. Ponnypackor had been chief of President Kzeta's staff , but was compelled to llao from San Salvador to escape a visitation from the wrath of the executive. Pennypackcr recently brought in a largo consignment of arms for the govern ment of San Salvador , the bill for which has not been paid. Pennypackcr says Ezeta trumped up a charge of fraud against him. Ho had been clothed with the duty of paying off the troops nnd it was in connection with this transaction that fraud was charged. When this charge was brought forward Pennypackcr fled , because ho was afiaiu ho would bo Imprisoned , if not put to death. Ho has gone to Managua to lay the case be fore United States Minister Baker. Ituvnlntlomiry Itrporti Conllrniril. MAXAOUA , Nicaragua , ( via Galveston , Tex. ) , Juno 23.--By [ Mexican Cable to the Now York iloruld Special to THU Bci : . ] Bishop Viloz of Honduras , who came here during the late ) revolution to aid in the restoration of peace , has received a dispatch announcing the outbreak of a revolution in San Salvador. Efforts wcro made to suppress thisnows but it became known. It wasnotex pected , because President Ezota's motives have been such as to cause general discon tent. The revolutionary movement has no connection with the late Nlcarnguan revolu tion , but It will have the sympathy of .ill lovers of freedom in Central America. PANAMA , Colombia , ( via GalvestonJTex. ) , Juno 22. [ By Mexican Cable to the Now York Herald Special to TUB Bun. ] I have just received n letter from Santo Domingo under data of Juno 12 , which says that President Hourcaux has discovered a now revolutionary plot. A quantity of arms and ammunition was found In the house of Francclsco Agullor , who was linprisone.l by the order of the president. Aguilor's principal accomplices , Including the resident Spanish consul , were cxi3llod [ from the country. ' rrotCHtlnx Against the llrltlnli. Ecuador has sent to Lord Hosoborry a formal protest against the further encroach ment by iho British on Venezuelan terri tory , Ecuador insists that the stntu quo shall bo maintained until the boundary dis pute Is settled by arbitration. Archbishop O'Donoy of Quito Is dead. The Herald's cgrrespondent in Caracas , Venuezuola , telegraphs that a serious insur rectionary movement in the district of Tnren , near Gunare , was started , but promptly quelled by forces sent by General Crespo. Tlio revolutionists , however , re fused to submit until they were defeated in a short engagement. . - The Orinoco river Is again flooding the streets of Cludud , Bolivar , Yellow fever and smallpox are raging In Caracas and Laguayra , President Bermudcz will receive United States Minister MclCcnzIo Saturday. At the same time Minister Hicks will present his letters of recall. The president will enter tain both ministers niul their families at breakfast Sunday. This is an unusual courtesy , Sopitu's battalion was today or dered to Puna , a state bordering on Bolivia , The ministry today resolved on n now i decree having for its object the suppression i of opposition political Journals. A measure 3 will bo prepared to render to congress un accounting for all papers seized , Congress 3 will then bo asked to pay indemnity to the u owners. The measure Is generally dlsup proved. c President Polxotto is seriously 111. n A plot was discovered In Santa Anna te 1 blow up the arsenal. Lieutenant Ollvlei and his sergeants hnvo been Imprisoned foi complicity in the plot. The federals con tluuo to receive munitions and uro preparing to make an Invasion. President Herruru of Uruguay has askci congress to Increase by < 10,000 the expense ! for the Chicago fair exhibit. Adherents of General Mitro are nsseni bllog aud a revolutionary uprising U feared General Mltro himself U 111. The railway company has asked permission to extend Its hies south 000 Kilometers. Crrnpo Mnilo I'riMldcnt. Ci'itAceu , Venezuela ( Via Gnlveston , Tex. ) , Inno 22. [ By Mexican Cabto to the IMOW York Herald Special to Tin : HKK , ] Gen eral Crespo has formally assumed the presi dency under the constitution. The assembly mined htm for tbo shot t term. The presl- lent Is reforming the ministry. Vehitlnt nnd Gucnn have resigned their positions In ; ho assembly , It Is understood they will reenter - enter the cabinet. Thclrflpasltlons In the assembly hnvo been lllloA ( § the election of [ Jr. Aeeveda nnd Febrcs Cordcro. H Is reported hero that the British office has retused to receive Mlcli low minister fronv VB > .oztiela to 'ureat Britain. Ho Is non persona grata. VAU'AIIAIMI , Chill ( via Galveston , Tex. ) , Juno 22. [ By Mexican Cable to the glow York Herald Special to Tin ; Bn'lio ] Herald's correspondent In Hlo Janeiro tele- traphs that the Vatican envoy there has been removed. Sara Borulmrdt was robbed of jofftls of the value of 300,000 francs 'In the Brazilian capital. - From Montevideo the Herald's eorrcsa ( - cnt telegraphs that the officials are seizing arms belonging to the Hlo Cirando do Snl re- voltcrs. The extension of the lines of Cen tral and South American Telegraph com panies through Argentina Into Bolivia by way of Jujuy is being rapidly pushod. Argen tina's ministerial crisis U still unsettled. G'.ISrl.Vtt W TllJS LIllKUTi ! JIK1.I Contributions of .Mnny Slln ln In In Con- htrnctlon. THOY , N. Y. , , Tunc22. At 8:15 : this even ing Miss Eugenia P. Molay , daughter of Clinton Mclny , let loose n Hood of mcKil nt her father's foundry which will bo the Lib erty bell when cool. The mass that flowed down was composed of the different metals Identified with every progress of invention ami science , remembrances nnd love gifts , too precious to be trusted by mortals looking forward lo eleath in any other place except the Columbia liberty bell. It was 8:2 : , " ) p. in. when the metal bubbled over the form. It was originally intended that Mrs. Cleveland would touch n button at Gray Gables whereby the electrical apparatus nt the foundry would bo sot in motion , releasing the metal from the furnace , but Mrs. Cleveland was in poor health and could not venture out in the north west gale which prevailed at Buzzard's Bay. The mold of the bell was not visible prior to the casting , but was Imbedded in the earth Just in front of the furnace. The core was placed in first , the outer case contain ing the inscriptions nnd the dates being placed In after , nnd all the Joints her metically sealed. When the commissioners arrived at the foundry all thoyeould see was the great furnace filled with 18,000 pounds of molten metal. Then there was a small hole in the earth in front of the furnace Into which the molten metal , sparkling , and like a snake of fire , found entrance until , when the mold was full , the fiery mass bjgati to spread out over the ground. Then the How was stopped and Mr. Malay an nounced that the bell was cast. When it is.cool enough it will bo polished and will then be ready for transportation. The cost of the bell , delivered in Chicago , will bo $3,500. It will bs rung for the first time in that city. II. Walter Webb , third vice president of the New York Central and Hudson Hivcr road has placed at the dis posal of the committee In charge n special car for its transportation to Chicago. It Is intended by William O. McDowell , the chair man of the committee to hnvo the ear stop at various places along the route. It is proposed that the bell shall ring nt each sunrise and sunset , and at 0 o'clock In the morning , on the days marking great events in the world's progress toward liberty. On 12 o'clock of the birthdays of tlio "crea tors of liberty , " and at1 o'clock it will toll on the anniversaries of their death. c'oiriior.s .IT r Itnttlrsimko 1'oln I.cud * the Kicors : I > y t Rnvnnil Miles. Four Donoc , la. , Juno 22. [ Special Teln- gram to TUB BKK. ] Five'of the cowboy racers reached this point nnd departed again between the hours of 8 n. in. and 7 p. in. today. James Stephens , alias "Hnttlesnako Pete , " was the first arrival. Ho cantered In from the west and registered with Secretary Weir at 8:15 : this morning. Ho had onohorso only , having dropped the other twenty miles east of Sioux City , the animal being afllictcd with colic. At 8:40 : John Berry registered before A. A. Clark. Stephens' hor.su looked a little tired and sleepy but the Humane society official said that the animal was In peed shape yet. Uerr.v's two horses were in line fettle. The chances of Berry's horses loldlng out seem to bo good. Old Joe Gillesplo came in at 12:20 : p. m. vllh his mngnillcent animals in the best of 'orm. Campbell arrived nt 7:20. : Albright ind Smith will probably arrive tonight and Jou Middloton tomorrow morning. The nen are averaging sixty miles a day and do ibout twenty-five miles of this on foot. The oads have been good and except for a ouple of days heat the weather has been ; oed for spued. All thrco men spent the light at Pomoroy. Berry pulled out nt loon confident that his ono horse would bo the first to arnvo at Uhlniiro. Hattlcsmiko I'oto and old Jj ( i Gillesplo started east at 2 o'clock. All thrOe expected to travel forty miles before 10 or 11 o'clock. This evening Glllespio had lost twenty pounds In flesh since leaving Sioux City. Berry is troubled with u nomlncd ankle , but Is rapidly getting better. Jones arrived at J o'clock and only waited for supper , startIng - Ing out at 7 o'clock , Ills horses made a distinctively favorable Impression on lior.no- men hero , and ho is suggested as the proba ble winner. All the local horsemen who looked ut the cowboys' horses agree In the opinion that they nro not being overdriven , and that there need bo no cruelty In the nie.0. The Humnno society officials who nro accompanying the party say there bus been no sign of cruelty , nor do they fear any. ii > a cuxiiino.v. Ho HUH Not TliofniiKhly Kiilllnl niul IIU KrlcniU Are Appriiliiimlvn. NKIIIIASKA CITV , Juno 23. [ Special to Tun BIE. : ] Iiitlrmito friends of General Vnu AVyck are seriously approhousivo respecting his condition. Ho has not recovered from his prostration to the extent that the public has boon led to bollovo , nnd ho Is renlly In a very feeble stato. It was the intention to tuko him to the Hot Springs In Arkan sas , but ho Is too weak to en dure the Journey at present. The general's condition Is precarious , and the chances are against his ultimate , recovery. His physi cians and friends have been unremitting iu their attention. Mrs , Van Wyck has labored night and day for his restoration until she Is now well-nigh exhausted , but In splto of all efforts the general is fulling und almost past recovery. A < lit > CUVl'M ! I'.IT.IU.V HVItr. reter Ilolllottu anilVllo Injurni ! In u ICun nwny l lliMtrlcr. HKATiiicii , Juno 22. [ Suncial Tolo ram to Tim HKI : . ] PoterHolllovto and wife , an ngoe und highly resiectod | exiuplo who reside ttii miles southeast of hero , \vero thrown Iron their buggy tonight on Court street and sc badly Injured that it is thought neither cat live. Mr , Holllotto , who U 70 years old. hue thrco ribs broken and U injured Internally , Moveiucnli of Orenu Hteumcr * Juno " ' ' . , At Now York Arrived Gothla , froii Hlo Janeiro ; Allor , from Uremcii. AtScllly Passed Aiiifiwta Victoria , fron Hamburg. Eastern Kansas Visited by an Awful Storm Wednesday Evening , NUMEROUS FATALITIES ARE REROUTED Not n Homo or Him I.nft Standing In lit I'ath The VIctliiM of the Wind's 1'nrjTornM } " Maimed and .MiittKle-il. Pcnnv , Kan. , Juno 22. The moat destruc tive nnd death-dealing cyclone that over visited eastern Katms pa sd through AVH- llanistown and the surrounding country in JelTorson county about 7 o'clock last oven. Ing. It traveled southeast nnd took In a st-opo of country halt i\ mlle wldo and nbouf six miles long. Not n hbiwo , b.irn or trea was loll stanellng In Its p.Uh. It was nccoin- panloel by a terrlblo r.iln storniand midnight darkness , Eleven dead bodies have so far been recovered anil It Is known that at loait llvo moro were killed. The dead arc : L. R KVANS KMKItV ICVANH. MUS. JOHN IIUTOIMNSON SAMUKI , KlNiAII ) . MICS.IH.AKA K1NCA11) ) . SADIKKINCAII ) . AVAl/1'KK ICINt'AM ) . KVA KlNdAII ) . WILLIAM Kl.NCAII ) . SAMUKI , STKWAUT. 'I heir lMllt > n are nil horribly mangled. I Mrs. Hutchlnson's arms and limbs were found In a tree n mlle from the houso. Eva Klncutd's head was sovcred from her body. Thrco persons are known to bo fatally In jured and ninny others are seriously hurt. Hero Is Iho list of Iho fatally injured : JAMKSltAKKH , WILLIAMCOKI'KlvUT , J1KS. lior.lTHUT. MIW. SA 1-1,1 H KVA NP. JOHN IIUTi'UINStJN. 'PO.MMV JUKIM.'iiM' : . The seriously Injuro.l nro : Itosi : CJ'HAV , llOIIACIMlllAV , \ AltrilDU JlNI ) , WAI.Tl-.ll SlUl'llACKKN. Comiileto details could not bo obtntnod up to a late hour , hut It U probable that at least twenty persons have been killed ami thirty business houses blown down. No moro dead bodies were recovered. These who were killed last night wcro buried today. , KII.MD A COAI. .HIM : . Awful Kll'ccts of Ihn KxploHlon of tins Four MIniTH Dc.til. Wii.Kr.sn.uiui : , Pa. , Juno 22. At n late hour this evening , while eilght men were at work In Nantlcoko No. 0 gangway of No 9 slope of the Snsiiuehanmi Co.il company , about threo-eiuartcrs of a milo from the bottom tom of the shaft a terrible explosion of gas took place which hurled the victims oft their feet and scattered them in all directions , hilling four men and n boy Instantly and se riously , but not fatally injuring thrco moro. The dead are : A11KAM WAUCEK. minor , luuvofn family. I' HANK IIKANH'K , 14 years of ago , ellod nflcr rcarlilni : home. JOHN SMITH , loiivc-s three children. WILLIAM SlIUKT , laborer , burned to a crisp. A 1'OLANDKK , whefeo name could not be learned. The injured arc : JOHN GWKXT , horribly burned about tha head nnd arms , In n serious condition. .Two POLANDKIIS , names unknown , botll badly burned on hanels and faco. DAMAIIK AT ADAIU. ' Many IliilliluiKS Illoivn Dov.-u niul Olhot I'ropurty Dutftrnyml. ADAIU , la. , Juno 'JJ. [ Special Telegram to , Tun Bcii.J A violent wind storm swept over this vicinity last evening for half nn hour. Tho-houso and barn belonging to Dr. S. Q. Wishard are total wrecks. The residence of James Grant was blown Into fragments , but a liltlo child alone In Iho house was found unharmed. A. Warks' now barn was en tirely destroyed. Thomas Robinson's house was damaged and his barn blown to pieces. A barn and other outbuildings , and tha finest orchard In this county belonging to Oaks I3ros. , wcro swept away. S. AI. Kolloway's barn was destroyed anel 'his dwelling considerably damaged. Oon < oral devastation marks the path of the storm and it is without pa nil I ell in this locality. No lives wcro lost. Tiirnn Killml ut riiii < M-illiu | , Mo. ST. JosRi'ii , Juno 'J. A cyclone atrucli Conception , sixty miles north , last evening' , wrecking twenty houses nnd barns , killing John Doyle , wife and an old man living wltli them. o - COUf.lt ftOT l''rnltlo4R ICftnrtu to Suttlo the Troubles ol tlio KiilKim dull .Mlnum. PiTTSuuuo , ICun. , .Tunoii'J. The conference between the committee of employers and striking miners last night was fruitless. No agtccnicnt has been reached , neither sldo being willing to make concessions. Several of the employers today posted notices stat ing that the strikers would bo given ten days to return to work anil If they refused that their places would bu given to now men. It Is bellovod the employers nro arranging to Import negroes from the south to lake the strikers' places. In thai event trouble is Huro to follow , for the whlto miners will never allow negroes to take their places. Secretary Trncoy of the United Mlno Workers association stated today that in- Hldo of ten days the minors of Missouri , Arkansas and Indian Territory will bo out , and word has been received from Colorado that the miners will strllco In aid of tholr brethren , The delegate ; from Scranton. ICun. , repre senting 2iMl ) ) minors of Usage county , says that they will bu out. Dispatches from LuHVoiiwortH state that the miner * nro still out there and will roiimln firm. The appeal for aid sent to tha eastern miners some time slne-o is mooting with a hearty response , This is the llrnt tlmo that the west has over asked for relief In the east. It is now the policy of the utrlkora * managers to shut down every tnlno in Kun- lias , Mlssourl.'Jndlan Territory and Colorado , The leaders , however , are fearful that their employers will Import negro labor. In that event they say they cannot bo rcsponslbla for bubt > e < iuent OVOIHK , Ho U Arnnnlril n IlinrlyT < ilciiiiin A roll- l > huii ! | Iritlunil'ii rorllnont ItMimrkn. ST , PAUL , Minn. , Juno 22. Mgr. Satolll's fourteen propositions of the Cathollo uni versity nt Washington wcro road In the presence of Archbishop Ireland. Several hundred priest * from various parts of thu northwest wcro present and gnvo him n most enthusiastic welcome. In addition to tlio closing program an address was road to Mgr. SaloUlby ono ot the graduating stu- donts. Algr. frrtolll responded In words of burning eloquence. , At the conclusion of the exercises Arch. hlnhop Ireland spoko. pledging to L o and his delegate the enduring loyalty of himself. bin clergy and Ills people , and saying that the wondrous suoe-css of Mgr. Katolll's mis- ttlon was duo to two causes ; the delegate's own great mind and heart und hU fidelity to the principles and direction of J-oo. The chief result of hU mission In America Is to provo beyond all power of cavil that the heartiest sympathy exist * between the Oath. ollc church unil the liberties and" Institu tions of the American people. of Iho Cluilarn. MECCA , Juno 23. There were 830 choler * dcullu hero June 10 to 0.