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ESTABLISHED JUNE 19 , 1871. OMAHA , SATURDAY MORNINGSEPTEMBIill , 232 , 1891. SINGLE COPY FIVE CENTS. CAPTURED THE TRANSPORTS Three of Them Fall Into the Hands of the Japanese at Yalu. FATE OF THOSE ON BDARO UNKNOWN Chinese tViirslilpJ WliU.li iicnieil | from tbo Conlllct Arc llmlly Uimi.iRiil AU- iiilr.il I InjcMiijIitlJU'nuiiiloii In Two 1'laci * . BHANGI1AI , Sept , 21. It Is rumored here that ( hu Chinese transports Chin Tung , Ilstngu nnd Too Nun , while lamlt.ig sncps In the Yalu river , were captured I'y the Japanese , but there la abi > lntily notlili'g definite known as to the Into of tho.au on board. LONDON , Sept. 21.A dispatch from Shanghai , dated September 21 , G p. in. , says : The commanding- officers ol four ot iho Chinese warships were hilled at the Yalu battle Admiral Ting was wounded In the neck and leg , but In neither case berlously. Five ot the transports nro still m'salng Three Chinese transports ore reported to have bien captured. All the Chlnsse var- Bhlps that were not sunk are badly dam aged. The Japanese ships are prepared tor ( mother attack. The Shanghai correspondent of the rimes have strictly confined * ays that the authorities fined tlie Chinese * fleet to the defense of the approaches to Pckln , specifying the limits w.thln which tlio various vessels shall cruise. The officers nnd men are impatient to continueopcra'ions on the Corean coasts and arc embittered by v\hat they consider the fatultous policy ot the government. JAPAN LOST NO SHIPS. TOKIO , Sept 21. The Naval department has received a dispatch from the Japanese ailmlr 1 In tlio gulf of Chl-Ll giving the ofll- clal Japanese account of the bis naval battle cf laat Monday at the mouth of the Yalu river. It dlfftrs from the account given ty tlio Chinese In one Important particular- It distinctly asserts that no Japanese war ships were disabled. The admiral reports that ho engaged the enemy on Monday last and Inlllcted hevy loss. A Japanese fleet consisting of nine war ships and two fast transpoits , armed ami converted Into cruU- rs , had been tent In search ot the enemy's licet , which was sighted at noon Monday thirty miles past oj the telatid of llal-Yung- Tao. The Japanese pursued the enemy at full speed. The Chinese showed no dis position to alter their course or to give to battle. The chase lasted a little over an hour , the Japanese Raining. Shortly after 1 o'clock the cruiser Chlyotl got within ranee of the Chinese flagship , the Runs opened lire upon her and a ruim nfi fight insued. Several ships on both sides were quickly engaged. This lasted for two hours , The Chinese- transports entered the Yalu rl\er mfely during the main cngage- incnt , which was fought In the estuary and which lasted until nightfall. Three Chl- JIESO war hlilps were successfully disabled and sunk and another was set on Ilro and destroyed Several of the enemy's war ships were seriously damaged by the heavy fire The Japanese -war ships were to well handled thnt not one was lost. Only two , the Matushlnm and Hlyol , were damaged to any great extent , but ouo of the armed trni sports was badly crippled and put uut of action. The admiral do.a not mention the number of killed or wounded. A private telegram Bays that twcnty-twc Japanese olllcers nnd men were Killed and lorty-slx wounded With the empress of Japan as patron , i Hcd Cross society has been organized hen Uy the ladles ot the court. The empress Is personally attending to the preparations ol the lint and bondages used for tUo wounilei officers ot bath Hid us. An official dispatch received hero from tin Japanese headquarters at lllroschlma sayi that the losses of the Japanese at the batth of 1'lng Yang were eleven officers and 15 ; m n killed fifty olllcers and 521 men woimdei and forty missing. The Chinese , the ofllcla dispatch says , lost 11.000 killed. The numbei of Chinese wounded Is not known , but It I : supposed to be- very large. The I'on Sai column alone en , t icd CCO prisincrs , ot whlcl numbir eighty-four were wounded. AVASI1INGTON , Sept. 21 A cablegram re celv .d nt the Wavy department this after noon announces the sailing of the Unltci States Concord from Nagasaki , Japan , fo Chemulpo , Corea , this morning. Secretary On-sham today received a brie cablegram from United States Minister Dui nt Toklo , Japan , confirming the Associate * pn.ss report of an important naval vlclor ; for Japati at the mouth ot the Yalu rlvci The message gives no details of the engage incut , but fays generally that the Japunes forces arc victorious. The Japanese minister hero receded u : ciriclal messagi ; from the Toklo govermnen confirming the reports that the Japanese halest lost no ships at the naval battle of Yalu an brltfly reciting the circumstances ot th b<lo given In the earlier unolllclal report1 Secretary Herbert has decided to semi n naval attache to Japan or China as was t nrst contemplated. The War department lie detailed n military attache to the legatlo at Tokto to secure Information from a pr < fesslonal standpoint for the b ncflt of ci army. The Navy department will rely fc Information upon the olllcers of our shti In Asia , who are acting as agents ot the navi Intelligence office. ST. PKTI5HSBUHG. Sept. 21. Th Novosllm , commenting upon thu situation I the east , declares the victory of Japan wi not make Hussla falter In her strong resolv not to permit any annexation of Core ; Tlio paper adds that the present state , i things favors European Intervention \\itli view to bringing about a cessation ot the \v ; vhlc : ! ] Is prejudicial to European commcicl Inurcfcts. VICTORY FOIl ritCi : TlE.ltKits. laitcst Urtnrni Truiii the Mctoila Klcvtlui Imllculp Inn ( iivrriimiMit'n llxfoitt. MELUOUHNI5. Victoria , Sept. 21 Tl latest returns show Iho election of twcnt eight mlnlsterlallbts. fifty-four members the opposition , and thirteen Independenl The premier , Hon. J , 13. Patterson ; t treasurer , Hon. O. D. Carter ; the tnlnlst of mines , Hon. J. H. SicColl ; the nilnlst ot lands , Hon. John Mclntyrc , and t minister ot agriculture , Hon. W. T. Wet have been re-elected. The trader ot the o position , ( he speaker of the- assembly , t minister of railways , Hon. II. Rlchardsc nnd thu attorney general , Hon. Sir Dry Ologhlen , have been defeated The dectl was for the main on the tariff Usue In t form of prelection against liberty of trai Doth sides were pledged to make vlgora retrenchments. The government was t posed at the polls , not only by the rcgul opposition , but by the reform league and t tree trade , democratic associations. I'opn InnlntH iiu Temporal l' < n rr. LONDON , Sept. 21. A dispatch fr < Rome to the Chronicle states that the po In conversation v-lth cardinals said lie ri ggnlied Prime Minister Urlspl's pralsewort Intentions UB evidenced by his recent spec it Naples , but declared that a solution the iiuestlon ol church and slate was. I possible without restoration ot the pop temporal power. A dispatch received here from Homo si that the Austrian and Prms an arabassadi it the Vatican are trying to Induct ) the pa authorities to agree to a modus vlvendl v the Qulrlnal. In addition Emperor Fran Joseph Is reported to have written teve letters to tin rape with this end in vlt Emperor William Is bald to Iw equally ti lous to tiring about an understanding twcen the Vatican and the Dalian gave went. King Humbert In llnparul. KOMISept. : . 21.In & telegram to -uyor of HOMO en tba anniversary ot entry ot Italian troops Into this city King Humbert prophesies that the celebration of 1805 will also bo the cclebntlon of the economic resurrection ot Italy. I'UISII : > INT : jfusi./ DIM : > . Ills I'nmlntr Amiy Krpt n Secret for Three lui . COLON , Columbia , Sept. 21. It Is officially announced hero that Dr. Hafacl Nunez , presi dent of tlio republic ot Colombia , died on TU'bilay morning of gastric fever. WASHINGTON , Sept. 21. Mr. Julio Pens- Ifo , charge d'affaires of the Colombian lega tion , says that President Nunez was gener ally regarded as the ablest and most patri otic statesman of the republic , Ills resl- deiic ? In the United States as a consular o ni ce r 3 ears ago hud gl\cn him a close ac quaintance with the affairs if this govern ment , and he had used his Influence to model his own government utter that of the United States. Tli ? charge d'affaires does not an ticipate trouble aver the succession , as Nunez during the gnater part of his third term has exercised more ot a moral Influence over the 11 flu Ira of the country than an executive direction. On account ot 111 health he was unable to endure the ell tin t of the capital , Ilogota , and has remained at his home In lit Cabreronol near Cartagena , while the vice pr'sldent , Miguel Antonio Care , has been the real executive head of the government. Mr. I'eiiKlfo thinks that the vice president will remain In control to the end or the six year term for which President Nunez was elected In 1S02. Close watch will be Itcpt of Colombian nffalra by the diplomatic and naval repre sentatives of the United States owing to the frequency of resolutions In Central Am rlca. It Is hoped that the new administration will prove stable , but should there be trouble threatened , a naval vessel will bo dispatched to Colombia. _ rr < MiectlViir | 111 Mi < liiKii oir. MAIISUILLKS , Sept. 21. Advices from Madagascar show that the Hovas are ex- pcctiiiK a war with France and are actively arming themselves and constructing fartlfl- Cit , OIIK The natives are being urgevl to resist the French to the death. Cases of outrage and plllago of French citizens are oC almost dally occurrence. The French In Madagascar welcome the prospect of ener getic measures to crush the Hovas and to restore security to French citizens and com merce , which , under the present conditions , Is becoming Impossible. Illiijioror Uon tlic Kiirr. SWINEMUNDE , Sept. 21 At the conclu sion of the naval maneuvers hero today there was a parade of the vessels Crews from the various ships competed in a regatta. The gig of the Hohciuolleni was steered by the cmpcior and won the race. The emperor came ashore at 10 o'clock tonight , entering the Imperial carriage he was escorted to the railway stntloa by the Veterans associa tion bearing torches. The town was Illu minated. Ills majesty was continually gieeted with enthusiastic cheers. Ornrnil Ortiz a I'rinnnrr. NEW YOIIK. Sept. 21 A dispatch from Dlueflelds via. New Orleans says : Gen eral OrtlIs a prisoner nt Corinto. Ho Is perhaps ( ho ablest soldier In Nicaragua , and the arrest may catiso a revolution. The United States ship Columbia returned from Corn Island September 14 , and the Marble- head bteercd at onca for Port Litnon , Costa Hlca , for Instructions A fight Is reported as having occurred at Cape Craclos , but no great damage was done. rii t lilii ! < | ilrt Wilson. LONDON" . Sept. 21. The Chamber of Com merce Is to banquet \V. L. Wilson of West Virginia on Thursday next. United States Ambassador Bayard , J. Sterling Morton , sec retary ol agriculture. Congressman IsMor Strauss of New York mid other prominent Americans will be present. ICno'.liiii ' .MlnUtt'r lU'c.ilti-.l. LONDON. Sept. 21. The correspondent ol the Dally News at Shanghai states with re serve that Count Casslnl , the Russian min ister at Pokln , has been recal'ed nnd has been replaced by M. Pitrovo , who has been the Russian minister at Toklo. Mexico lluyiniVur S CADIZ , Sept 21 The government of Ice has requested a Spanish shipbuilding firm to furnish plans for the construction ol twelve men-of-war. llonorH finnla'H I.Dilriti'C. HOME , Sept. 21. Zola's book , "Lourdes , ' has been placed In the Index Llbrunl I'roplb otorum. n nitiur btcrut CunlVreiiue of tlio Olllcers Ilu-ull. ) Suininuned to I'vnrlii. PEOHIA , Sept. 21. Just how serious tin situation Is that confronts the Wh sky trus may bo imagined when It Is known that thi directors were summoned by wire by PrcM dent Grcenhut to a special meeting today although the regular meeting would be hel < Tuesday. The officials are very secretlv as to what Is being done , but Pres den Greenhut says ho knows ot nothing tha would reijuliB an Immediate dissolution o the company The present trouble Is no caused by the court decision In Chicago since tlut has been apr-calid to th supreme court , but Is precipitated by th Kastern Distributing company. It Is believe that It has the trust where It can Equec It , and making the most of the oppoi tunlty. It la alleged that anxiety abou vouchers Is only a cloak for Its L-lTorts t secure further concessions from the trus In its hour ot extremity. The Distributing company's New Yor representatives are still In the city pncl a : thought to be In conference ivilh the Whisk trust people , though their presence ther Is positively denied by olliclals at headquai ters. The Distributing company's represent ! tlesvisited the new Atlas distillery t Woolner & Sons , an Independent conceri yesterday , and It Is thought made arrangi incuts to handle their product Instead < that of trust concerns , and It Is thougl this matter is being considered at the mee Ing today All directors of the Whisky trust ni present , Including President Greenhut , Vl < President Ueggs , Secretary Hennessey i Cl.lcago. Treasurer Hobert of Cincinnati , ai Directors Gree and Frlcberg of Clnclnnal The meeting commenced , at 9 o'clock. Ji one was allowed Inside the building Late this even Ing the directors ot the Dl tilling & CattleFeeding' company adjourn ! till tomorrow without reaching any conch slon. The conference with the distilling con pany lasted nearly all day. Movement nt riruginnc WNI > | K , Sept gl At Gravesend Arrived Colorado , fie . . . New York. At Liverpool An ived Qermanle ni rCormnndlc. from Xovvoik At Glasgow Arilved Noremnnlan , fro New York. At Southampton Anlved llorlln , fro New York. At Queenstown Arilved Rtrurla , fro New York. At Illogo , Japon-The United States sh Petiel urrUed today. At Oalveston Arrlvwl-Schooner John I Mayon , from New York. Cleared Steam Commercial Risk , from New York. At .New York Arrived Uanla , from Hat burg. Iliiiiglni ; III Ron ( It Carolina , :1 COLUMIUA , S. C. . Sept. 21. John ai Jasper Atkins , while , were hanged at Wlnn bore , 3 , C , , today for the murd'r of Wlllla Clamp , also white , on Ftbruary 19 , 18 ! They killed Clamp In order I hat John mlg llvo with Clamp'a wife and Jasper with 1 daughter , aud between them divide up vvh th little property the dead man had. The go that ernor thought ot commuting their sen ten ; at to life Imprisonment , but had he done so H' . mob was ready to go to the jail and lyn them. " Drulli of Mml.iinu NEW YOIIK , Sept 21. A dltpalch i celvtHl at the Metropolitan hotel announc the death of Mine Kursch-Madl. the nit ho singer , at Warrenvllle , Suminervlllo cpun ho CATCH OF SEALS WAS FAIR Tut Uarvtst of the Summer Amounts to Over 1,500 , Skins. REPORT ON THE CRUISE OF THE RUSH .Mount lliimlln , Turlto Tliuunnnit Toct Nunifil Atlcr tlio Secretary Hock Cooling Down Other from Alaska. WASHINGTON. Sept. 21. Captain Shep herd , acting chUt of the revenue marine service , today received from Captain O. L. Hoope , commander of the revenue cutter Hush , the report ot the latter's cruise to the g-al Islands. The Hush conveyed Assistant Secretary ol the Treasury llamlln to the Islands. 'I he report of Captain Hooper Is Interest ing. The Aolcanlc reck Bogoslow , raised about two years ngo , thirty miles from Una- laska , was touched at and Captain Hooper reports ( hat It Is cooling off , and that faint signs of animal life were to bo seen. On ar riving at the seal Islands It vns found that the catch had been fair , over 1,500 skins having been taken. Under direction of the department Hush also touched at Coal Har bor on the Island of Ungawhere nn exami nation of the newly discovered coal mines was made. The veins were twelve feet thick consisting- alternate layers of coal and slate , the thickest coal layer being twenty-two Inches. At the Salem fisheries It was found that the weather had been un favorable , but the catch -was nev-rtheless reported as fair. While skirting the coast of Alaska Captain Hooper reports sighting nn unnamed peak In the Mount St. MIlaB Alps which was not shown on the chart. It was east of Mount St KUas. After having Iicen platted. It was nnimd Mount llamlln , In honor of Secretary llamlln. Mount Hamllii is 12.000 feet high. The Hush Is now at San franclsco. KI- > UIVIV or a KANT AMI IKKIKKII. Interior. Dopiirtinrnt rxprcln HID Work to Ho Done by .Iiinnary 1. WASHINGTON , Sept. 21.-Speclal ( Tele gram ) The order ot the secretary ol the treasury accepting the proposal of the Sani tary Heating & Ventilating company of Pcorla , III. , for furnishing heating apparatus tor the pobtoffice nt Fort Dodge , la. , has been revoked and the contract awarded to the Bailey Heating company of Milwaukee for $4,49. ! . The rovocal was catibcd by the re fusal of the first named company to take the contract for the reason that one ot Its principal officers , the mechanical engineer , had resigned , and there was no one who could direct the work and have it done In the con tract time Dr. J r. Herrlck has been appointed an examining suigeon for the pension bureau at Ottumwa , la. The matter of advertising for bids for a resurvey of Grant and Hooker counties , as provided for In the sundry civil bill , is now being prepared by the Interior department , and it Is expected that the advertisement will be made the early part of next week in order that the work may bo done as quickly as possible. The contract will bo awarded probably lo lour surveyors. Bids will be opened about the middle of October , and It Is expected that the -wotlc can be completed by the 1st of January. Iowa postmasters appointed today Cloud , Marlon county , II. II. Cloud , vice B. J , Ileaine , resigned ; David , Mitchell county , W , I. Tapper , vicj F W. Jensen , resigned ; Dumont - mont , .Butler county , J. W McManus , vice W II. Bannon. removed ; Irving , Benton county Isaac Ncfton. vice Anna Hoot , re signed , Kingston , Des Molnes county , Frank Volkmer , vice Levl Gibson , dead ; Lawler Clilckasaiv county , William M. Clattmcy vice M J. Clary , removed ; Morgan , Craw ford county , Paul Voss , vice D. Wick , re signed ; Shelby , Shelby county , L. II Jones vice John Burwell , resigned. Dr. W. H. Byerly has bsen appointed : member of the board of examining surgeon ! at Franklin , Neb. The postolflce at Idlcwlld , Buchanai county , la , has been discontinued and mal will go to Jesup , Patents have been Issued lo residents o Iowa as follows- Thomas Cascade ? ! , Jr. Waterloo , feed grinder ; Archibald L. Court right , Keokuk , lightning arrester ; Alfred S Edey , Des Molnes , car coupling ; William E Elliott , Marlon , button attaching machine Mads H. Madsen , Klmballton , wagon b-ake Amasa II Merrlman , Charles City , attach merit for typewriting machines ; Tneophllu W Alexander , Burlington , oil or gasolln can ; Alfred Anderson , Des Moines , watc heating furnace ; John W. Brown , Burlington flush lounge hinge ; Edward Carnduff , Wha Cheer , coal or rock drilling machine ; Ed ward Dawson and J 0. Thomas. Osceoln vegetation burner for railway tracks ; Jarne L. Harris , assignor to E. G Keniper , Bur llngton , gate ; James W. Hawks , "vVebste City , cistern cleaner ; James F. Rowley. De Molnes , coaptating pad for artificial limbs > Henry Strasser , Thornburg , pulverlzln : cultivator. Patents liivo been Issued as follows 1o Nc braskans AVIIllam P. Klmbrell , Beaver Citj combined hay rack , hay stand and stoc I wagon. I I'HOSl'llATi : KOS IN AI.OIKKS. . MUvly lo I'rovo n Lively Conipilltiir fur th a American Article. f WASHINGTON. Sept. 21 Consul Charle ° Grollet. stationed at Algiers , has cent I the Stale department an account of tli phosphate deposits In Algeria , which 1 ; thlnhs will soon become a strong source- < competition with the American products I European markets , The Tebessa fields e- tend over an area of several hundred equai miles , and are said to be almost inexlmus able. able.Ovvlng Ovvlng to the- character ot the deposit tt . mining of the phosphate Is exceedingly cas j and cheap , and , Including all expenses , tl cost lo the miner on board vessel at tl landing1 port does not exceed $4.6. ] per 2,2 pounds. The cost of transportation to En land is $101 per ton , and to Medtlerranei and It.iltlc ports range trom $1.09 to $2.6 so that ts cost at tin ? port of destlnatk wlll.be from Jfi.72 to $7.30 a ton ; at Eni llsh ports $657. In ISia the general output of these mini was about 5.000 tons , for 1SD4 It will 1 nearly $5000 , two railroads being und construction for their development. Other fields have lately been dlscovtn In the same district , and numerous claln have been filed with a view of obtalnli concessions from the French governmer but the consul consider : the Tehessa d posits , the only ones worth menllonlnc. I concludes that the north African phospliat will prove serious competitors against C American fertilizer In the European niarkc aa soon as the newly discovered dcposl have been worked , and predlrta that t Tunisian phosphates will be exported vvh means o ! communication have been csta llshed. _ hortcil ( lie Vitpcrx on tlio Heirrlitrr. WASHINGTON. Sept. 21. Secretary Ca lisle has been served with ( he papers In t mandamus proc-edlngs brought by the 3111 Planting and Manufacturing company Louisiana to compel the Inspection ot tin plant under the bounty provisions of the M Klnley law. The papers are returnable C tolier 4 Astlclant Attorney General Wh noy has b en detailed to defend the seei tary _ _ _ _ _ _ All Hit * Town l.otn inhl. WASHINGTON , Sept. 21. The Interior C partmcnt has been notified thnt all t N I town loti on the lownflte of Woodward , Oh cd I luvr been disposed of and the cummlsulon y , I of the general land office has ordered t 1 board for the town discontinued. Some uui tlons arose as -whether1 thn sale of lots to the register and recelrer cf th ( land district In which Woodward was sltiiatrd would be approved. The commUslonsr wys that If these olUccrs Insist upon ; their purchases the deeds of the loti will be delivered , but the practice Is most , emphatically discouraged. A strict order has been Issued against the purchase of lotwby board * appointed to make the sales , and when silth purchases have been mads ( ho dceda are ordered cancelled and the lota resold. i-oitScuvrisTS. Sin tlmmil.tn Imtltuto OffVrs To a llioucund Unllur * tor K" .iniiu Air , WASHINGTON , Senl. 21. The museum of the Smithsonian Institute Is Just now receiv ing the exhibits sent from there to the World's lair nnd Is engaged In placing them. The museum has secured several carloids of additional material tram the World's fair , which ] s also being pliced on the shelves of tha iuuse > urn The historical department has In press a history ot the Journey through Mongolia and Thibet by W. W. Hockulll. Mr. Hockhlll , who Is at present third Assistant secretary of state , Is now reading the last proofs of this work. Last year the Smithsonian Institution offered $10,000 for a treatise pinbodylng some new nnd Important discovery In regard to the nature or piopcrtles of ntmospherlc air. The original date fixed for the award ot the przo was July J , 3895 , hut that has been extended to July 31. 1895. Two other prices ol ? 2,000 and $1,000 were offered for essays on collateral branches of the same subject A gold incilal Is also to ? be annually or bi ennially awarded to the best contribution to out * knowledge on the Subject. Thousands ot treatises have been received bv the Institution In response to this offer written In English , German , French and Italian , according to the terms of the offer. Some very d stinguished names In science are Included among the writers. The work ot examining the papers by the committee selectej to award the prize will soon bo announced. MM.INCI ; ( ; oviit.vni\r : I..XNII. Kcll 1."siuto iliurks Doing u < < oo < l llulucR 'i-llliif ; I.iiiKt 1 liey Do Not Ovrn. WASHINGTON , Gept. 21. The Interior department has Just patsed on a case In which a peculiar frauQ Is being practised Some time ago a resident of Tenncss e wrote to the attorney general stating that last Ma > he saw an advertisement In a. Chicago paper offering for Ealo ICO acres of land In Govc county , Kan. Th real estate agent lived at Lathrop , Mo. , and through him the land was purchased by the man from Tennessee. It was then found that the government owned ( he land , although the Lathrop agent had furnished a complete tled nnd abstract of title. Since then the wune tract has been advertised by the tame agent. It Is held by the Interior department that as the lights of the government are In no way affected , there Is nothing for the Interior depart ment to do In the piemls s , H Is sug gest d , hovve\er , that the attention of the proper authorities be called lo the fraud with a view of saving Innocent parties who do not take the trouble to make a thorough In vestigation ot land titles. AMLNDINU TAKltF SlIKKT IIUI.KS. Inlerstuto Commercu Commission Sluice New Kcg-ulntlons Concerning ilolnt llutoi. WASHINGTON , Sept. Si. The Interstate commission today ordered that all common canlors subject to the actto , regulate com- niorco shall , ( n all future Issues ot the r rite sheets , schedules and joint tariffs , including all future amendments and supplements- exlbtlng Joint tariffs , ' comply -with the gen eral rules laid own In K pamphlet ot the commission of December 1 | 1S91 , as modified by this oilier ; that all joints tariffs hereafter filed and all future amendments and supple ments to existing joint tariffs be hereafter so arranged and printed as to show dis tinctly the names of the several parties thereto ; thit all common carriers subject to the act , which shall hereafter be named as partlc-s to any Joint tariff , filed and hub- mltted by another carrier , or as parties to any amendment or supplements to existing Joint tariffs , shall forthwith , upon the pub lication thereof , file with the commission a statement showing their acceptance of and concurrence therein and making them selves parties thereof , rviui : > ci : i on AVKN > > IO > Worn \ttorncy ScmU Sirnrit , Cup niul Cii.it In Conimlmloiier.'l.w hrini. WASHINGTON. Sept./Jt Commissioner Lochrcn has received a Bundle of curious evidence In a pension ease It was for warded by a woman attorney from Spring field , Mass. , who appears for Charles Hub- bard , a captain of the Massachusetts volun teers in th& Mexican "vvir , "Hero Is hit sword , his cap an-d his coat , " says the at torney in a note to the.commissioner , and sure enough there was a sword of very an cient date and a cap and coat of the unifonr and pattern worn In the Mexican war. "Hi has his gun here , which will be furnished If necessary , " continues he lady attorney who evidently appears In'the case not as i practicing lawyer , but who wishes to for word the claim of her friend The cloth ing was mublywith age and the sword wai of an ancient pattern andj very rusty. Com mlssloner Lochren decided very quickly tha the pension ofDce , even If large , would no hold that kind of evidence , and the relic : w-eru Immediately shipped back to Spring field. HIS 1 O'ICniirkfl'ft Volition Vurunt Tnn Itrpub llcnim In Itn Asked In Onll. WASHINGTON , Sept. 81. Secretary Car lisle has accepted the resignation of Mt O'Rourke , the former supervUlng architect o tlio treasury. Secretary Carlisle has not yet conslderei tlio question oC a successor , and no appoint ment Is likely to bo made lor a month. It is rumored at the Treasury departmcn today that Secretary Carlisle would bhortl call for the resignations of GeorgeH. . Bart lett and Thomas J. Hobbs , the dlsbursln agents of the department Jiere. The qnes tlon of their dismissal has- been considers and it.was learned -IriaJ they would prol ably bo called upon ( to res gn within six ! days. No complaints' ' Ijare been made , s far as can be learncd.-agalnst thorn In the' ofllclal capacity Mr , , Hobbs has bren i the department thirty and .Mr. Bartlet twenty years. They afe both republicans , NO lurrv tiN-rnESR v i > rutITS. ) Another Omlmlim Illwovnrril In I lie Ntn f.nIllgliisr ThrtfTtl'mliabln. WASHINGTON , -"Sept. 2C Examination < the tariff law at the Treasury deparlmer . g discloses the fact that Itticontains no pri ' vision whatever for a duty upon Importc fruits , preserve In brandy * or other spirit The omission was not discovered until a application was- received , from a large In port r of such goods 'for Information as their classification under the present tail law. Under the McKlnIey law "fruits pr served In iplrlts1" were subject to a dul of 35 per cent ad valorem. H Is probable tl deparlmcnt will d clde the best way out the dilemma Is to assess duty on the fcplrl and the trulls subsequently according to tl rate provided for each In the tariff act. 1 this case the duty will bo higher than It \\t under the old law. Until of tlie. . Turin ! . ' . WASHINGTON , Sept. 21. The opinion Solicitor of the Treasury Heevea on 11 question railed by tlie Ncu York Importer now before the New York board of eerier r-rpralrtrs , as to the data when tbe tarl law went Into effect ( August 1 , the da mentioned In the enacting clause , or Augu 2S , the date on which the bill became a la\ wai transmitted t ; Sentlary Carlisle loda While the solicitor admits that the qnestl Is not free from doubt he render * on rplnlt lo the effect that an enacting clause vtei Into operation August 2L DESIIA OX THE WARPATH Assaulted One Man with n Knife nnd Quar- ic d with Another , LIKELY TO CAUSE STILL MORE TROUBLE Close of tlio CnmpnlRii In the Antihunt Dis trict lor Nut Appinr to llmo Al. InjtMl thp Aiilmoal'ltH of tlio lirvcklnrlilgu Ciitnpulgn , LEXINGTON. Ky , Sept. 21. Desha Brcck- Inrldgo had a sensational altercation with James Duane Livingston , formerly ol New York City , In the Phoenix hotel this evening. Livingston was standing at the news stand reading when Brccklnrldgo came In and bought a package of cigarettes. Livingston spoke to Desha and extended his hand , say ing "Its all over now , we ought to be friends ; shake hands. " Brecklnrldge , with an angry look on bis face , replied : "No ; you one-horse scoundrel , I will not Like your hand. You profess to be a. man's friend nnd then stab him In the back. " Livingston rtplled to this by sajlng that ho had done nothing of the kind , when Breck- 'nrldgo called him a d n liar. Then Liv ingston struck at Desha and knocked his glasses oft , following this up with a blow on the neck. Desha reached lor his hip pocket , and Instantly flashed In the air tlio long , bright blade ot a big dirk. Both men were us pale as death. Livingston , In a moment of desperation , grabbed at the glittering blade which Biecklnrldgo had aimed at his heart. The knife went between Iho second nnd third fingers ot Livingston's right hand , cut ting the third flnger to the bone Di'slia Brecklnrldge trenied to desire no more blood nnd gave Livingston two strong kicks. The hotel clerks nnd B veral by- stand-rs rushed in and seized Brecklnrldge , nnd nt the EUIIIO Instant , Lane , n strong Brccklnrldge man , run up and said ho would take a hand in helping Desha. Two witnesses say Lnne also flourished a big knife , but Line den'es ' this. Livingston was hurried Into the washroom and ( hen taken to a physician's , where his hand was dressed. Just before the trouble occurred Desha and Lan. ; met Judge George II. Klnkead on Main street. Klnkead made several speeches dur ing the campaign denouncing Colonel Breck lnrldge In the most bcathing terms. Desha DrccUnrlilgo said to Judge Klnkcid that th > election was over and he wanted to tell him ho was a d n liar The Judge repll d that ho was unarmed and did not want to have any difficulty on the open str > els Desha told him to go arm himself and he would meet him anjwhere , or at any time , lie re peated this several times. Then Lane , who Is a comparative stranger In L-'xington , hav ing recently come here from Mount Sterling , said , addressing the judge "This is Judge Klnkead , Is If When yon said decent people would not entertain Colon - on l Brcckinrldgp , you lied. My bister enter tained him In AVcodford county , and I say lo jou that you are a G d d d s . Judge Klnkead again said he wanted no trouble on the streets and that lie was not armed. Lane threw his coat back and said ho was not armed cither , and then repeated tlio offensive language. The Judge walked away , Later , In speaking of this affair , Lane said : "Ye , I called him a. God d d s , and I will light him any way lie wants to , and If some of his friends want to tak"1 It up I will fight them , too. " J. Duane Livingston Is a man of about 30 years and Is the. financial agent of J. Ken nedy Ted , owner of the Kentucky Union railroad , Ho was n strong Owrns man and worked night and day for the victorious can didate. While ho saye he b lloved he saved himself from a fatal stab by grabbing Debln's knife , ho thinks bo will have a sore band for some time. JudRO Klnkead Is n grandson of Isaac Shelby , the first governor of Kentucky and Is n flist cousin of John T. Shelby , Coloiul Brccklnrldge's law partner , who sltippcd At torney Johnson In the face during tlte famoiiR Pollard tilal. Judge Klnktad Is about 12 > ears of age. He lias always been conslderei a nan of the highest phjslcal courage , and everybody expects more blood will be shed before this trouble Is over. OA > A1)A MUST IIAVJ ; A 1IAKKLT. Why Hcmitor Illtrqlim TnJks In I aver of iiiinxutlon OGDENSBUrtG. N Y. , Sept. 21. United States Senator Illgglns delivered a notable address today befor ? a large audience at the Ogdensburg fair. Ho said : "The American farmer Is subject to direct and sharp competition In the American market with the farmer cf Canada , who , with wag s 32 per cent lower than are paid by the farmers of New York , and with land more fertile In quality and 36 per cent cheaper In price than land In New YorK , can grow his product at a cost of 44 per cent ' ss than the farmer of New York. Hverj cent of duty now removed Is a present from the treasury of the United States to the Canadian farmer of that much money on al ho may sell In'the American market " This , lie explained , was not Hue of whaal or articles to Internationally dealt in thai the prices are fixed abroad , but of products tlmt could only be consumed near the placi of production. "Canada cannot thrive divorced from tin American market. The Idea of a policy o reciprocity between the two countries wll PK.VO to be IlliiKoiy. The obstacles to It an structural and fundamental. No people cat be assured of the stability of a prosperitj that rests on the vicissitudes ot the leglsla tlon of a for'lgn government and Canada cai have no assurance that the American leglsla tlon of ISO I will stand more than four year ; lot ger. In fact only In continental unltj in the union ot the people of Canada vvltl the United States as equal states under ou federal constitution , can Canada lu tisstirei the right to fully share In our markets Only by unity can ths continent be securei against the Chinese Invasion If Canada iui < been a part of the Unite I States we woul < have had no question as to the seal fisheries No sealing vessels went out from America ) ports. But tlicss questions , though Im portant , are trivial when comparej with thu of encroachments of Canadian railways. in < particularly thn Canadian Pacific railway upon the Internal carr > lng trade of th United States , and as wiill upon ou commerce on both the Pacific and Atlantl oceans. The Canadian Pacific , by Its con ncctlng Ilnc5 of st nincrs from Vancouve . to Portland and Pan Tranclsco , by Its cor ncctlng llnex of American railways to Si Paul , Chicago , Cincinnati , St. Louis , Omalu Denver , Boston and New York IK absorbln a collossal share of the commerce of th continent. Not able ta earn Its axle greae by Canadian trafllc U can afford always I underbid Its American competitors , for , however over low may be the rate It has to mal\ to secure the business. It Is that much betu than nothing for their railroad. The Amer can rallivays , especially thoio going to tli Pacific , under the relentless competltlo while held as in a vice , by the long and shoi haul and anti-pooling clauses of the Intel Ktata commerce act , are fast becoming ban ! rupt and American Investments are becomln destroyed. "Four yean , of war , n half-million ( precious lives , two millions of lives malinc by wounds or by disease and eight tliousun millions of dollars WHS the price we pati and freely paid , that n strong power , bet military and civil , uliould not bi cstahllshc on the south of the American union. Sue a power cannot grow up In our north and n < ultimately bring war. and not proximate ] bring preparations for war. Tor Canada f a nation of 5,000,000 of people we have feeling of neighborly amiability and Indlffe ence For Canada aa H nation of 20,000C ( or 50,00300. , backed by the power and Intc : lac d Interest of the BrltUh empire , v have , to gay I bo least , a very dltfer nt fe Inf. The deceitful Illusion held out by the lowered duties ot the recent tariff act will not betray Canadians Into the hope that , while remaining a separate people , they will have free access to our markets. Bold peoples will realize tlmt all dlckerlngs be tween them should cense and that the great schism In feeling between the two branches of the 1'ngllsh-speaklng race will be healed when thry shall bo left to work out tli el r destiny upon the continent , free from en tanglement with the Interests , the Influences or the conlllcts ot Europe. Then , however fiercely war may rage elsewhere this conti nent , Canadian and American alike , will for ever enjoy the blessings of prosperity and peace. " M'KIM.KY'SWI'.xriMtN 1OU1U Itinerary t omplctrd for III * Trip Tlu'oncl" Kim n iiiul NVIiriixKn. TOPI2ICA. Sept. 21. Governor Mclllnlej's Itlneiary through Kansas and Into Nebraska was completed today. Governor McKlnley and party will arrive In Kansas City from St. Louis early Wednesday morning , Oc tober 3. A special train will be In waiting for them and at 7 IB the parlj will start Into Kansas over the Santa Ke. The train will stop ten minutes each nt Argentine and Lawrence , where Governor McKlnley will speak from the rear platform of his special car. The train will reach Tojieka nt 930 a. m. , and the distinguished guests will be entertained hero for tn hour. After Governor McKlnley has spoken from the south steps of Iho stale house he will be escorted back to Ills train and at 10-30 the special will start west for Hutclilnson , which will be reached nome time during thr afternoon , and where his principal Kansas speech will be made Short stops will be made nt Scranton , Burlington Osagp City , Kmporlo , Strong City , Florence. Peabodv and Xovi-ton. The McKlnley party will leave Ilutchlnson al 10 p. in. over the Hock Island for Lincoln Nth. The first stop along the Hock Island w Hi bs at McKarlatul at < a. m. on the morn ing of October 4 A ten-minute speech will be made while the train stops at Clay Center , mid a fl\p-mliiuto stop will be made each at Cljclc and Clifton , and ten minutes each at Hellvlll * and Falrbury , Neb , rcachlne Lin coln at 1:30 : p. m. ( iixiil Mi'ii or Hid lEcpnlillrnn I'nrty. LONDON , Sept 21. The Times , in an article on the selection of Lev I P. Morton as the republican candidate for governor of New York , says : The return of Messrs Morton , McKlnley nnd Harrison to power In the councils of their party Is at leiiRt a suggestion that a better public hentlnient has developed one which will force the machine men of both parties to put up good men for hlcli offices. I'rgcd lo Unltn ARiilnot TnninniiT. NEW YORK , Sept. 21.-The executive c m- mittes ot bcvcnty has decided to request till the anti-Tammany organisations not to nom inate a city ticket , but to appoint a ron- fercnre committee to meet with the com- ilttee of seventy. The Idea Is to nom- nato a candidate on whom all the nntl- Tammnny organizations can unit ? . roit j-.xritjc * > > i.t .sr.up.ir/ir. 'llHiouri ' I'nrlflc I Irrincii IllKclnirK'iil ami n Slrllcn TlirtMtpnvil. LITTLT3 HOCK , Ark. , Sept. 21. Since iatuiday the Missouri Pacific Is said to have Itschargcd fourteen firemen and six engi neers at this end of the line aud eight on en firemen at Vanburcn on the charge of nc Implicated In the recent strike or cx- ircssing sjnipath } with it. There arc said o be twenly-five more names on ( ho list to 10 discharged. The majority of these men refused to go out on a strike , but koine of hrm caFually oprened sytppathy with the .trlkers and for this reason are being do- capltated , The railroad men are vtrj much exercised over the action of the company ami It Is stated on L'flod authorlU that the ilrothcrhoods of Locomotive rircmen and Engineers have Issued an ultimatum to the effect that unless the compiny restores the nen by the 20th a general strike will be leclared. _ I'lttsbiir litllor ) . I'alk Strike. PITTSBUHG , Sept. 21. Unices the Pltts- jurg Merchant Tailors exchange grants n conference or makes some concessions to the journeymen tailors before next Monday night It Is qulle corUIn that n strike will 10 ordered. The cut demanded by the merchant tailors 1 ? bald to be from II to 20 per cent. One officer of the Journey men Tailors association , speaking of the iroposed reduction , said. "The new bill of prices will be resisted. Some men have already rclimd to accept It and have been told by their employers to continue at the old scale. The tailors would have stoo'l a cut of from 7 to 10 per cent II the bosses had met with them , but they will not stand minimum of 11 and a maximum of 20 per cent. " "Will a strlko be ordered Mondav nlghf" "It will be cjther concession , conference or irllto. " Srnt tn Vlnm.i | | | ! . BIRMINGHAM , Ala. , Sept. 21 Three hun dre < l negroes left here In charge of laboi agents to take the places ol the > Btriklnt miners In the Massllllon , 0 , district , am 1,000 , more will follow soon. It is bald tha the Ohio strikers have threatened ti slaughter ( ho southern negroes If thty at tempt to go to work. MASSILLON. O . Sept. 21. The report thai 300 negro miners have rtarted for Masblllon and that 1,000 more will follow bhortly , hai caused Intense excitement her5 , where miner ! are gathered in largo numbers. Arbitrate ] Illshop has still stiong hopes of compronils Ing the MrlUc. . > n IJu on WritvcrH utVnrk. . TALL HIVKH , Mass. , Sept 21. Only : few weavers are at work In the Seaconne mills today , and all of these are nonunloi operatives. At the Durfco mill the full mini bcr of looms Is being run and thrac-fourth ot the card rooms are at work. 'inr.M A intr linen. IIneli'KH F.tpondltnro of .tinner for Irrlgn tlon fur Ilia Nmnjos. DENVER , Sept. 21. Lieutenant Edward II Plummcr has been rellevu ! at his own re quest from duty as acting agent at II ; Navajo Indian agency. In a report 1o Hi Indian department. Lieutenant Pkiinine states that half of the $00,000 appropriate by congress ( o build an Irrigation dltc on the Navajo H reservation In aicordanc with General -McCooU's recommendation lu been frittered away and there IB to aliow fu U only 135 > ards of ditch as useless ns If were In the middle of the Saliaia , It Is understood thai Lieutenant Plumme recommend * that the man now In chaii ; of the ditches be removed. Ho Kiys tli appropriation has been wasted In hlg salaries and useless formalities. With drouth , cramped reservation , lo prices for wool and humbuggcry at the liani of an alleged ueelebs Irr gating cammlsMoi the Navajos are on the verge of starvatloi according to Lieutenant Plummi-r. WASHINGTON , Sept 21 Thn India bureau la njw Investigating the charges mail by Lieutenant Pluntmer concerning the waul of irK'iiej In Imlldlnq the Irrigation illicit o the Nrfvuja reservation A special agent h.i been directed to makea complete otamln ; tlon of all the charges. An ord r has a ready been Issued by the War departmcr relieving Lieutenant Plummcr as nctln Agent of the Indians at the Navajo ngenc ; upon the appointment of his civilian Bin J i ctssor. It has already been determined tin . ' no other army ofllcer will be assigned to th i I agency. Thn civilian agent will not be ai pointed until the return ot Secretary Sniltl t I 'Jimifil hliilo'i" Ktlilenro. f j ATLANTA , OK. , Sept. 21 Will Meyer 8 arrested In Cincinnati last night tor tl 1 muider ot I'orest Crowk-y In this clly , toda ( 0 , confessed and lays he wan assisted by U < . i Allen and John Conley , a pair of gambler e I Police are searching for Allen , who recent - | tervcri a ilx months t rm ( or jambllnf. RALLY OF IOWA REPUBLICANS . Otcston the Coino of n Very Entbmiastia Meeting * LEADING SPEAKERS ON TIMILY TOPICS Strict I'nrty l.lnon to Itn Drnvrn Through * out the I'lghtli CoiiKrpn < i < iniit DUtrlct with I'roniioft * T tlio Opponltlim. CUKSTON. la. , Sept. 21. ( Special Tele , gram. ) Tills was a great day for the Eighth Iowa district republicans. The campaign opened with prominent spenders , and the opera house was wholly Inadequate to ac commodate the- vast audience. The afternoon rally was addressed by Seiutor William 15. Allison , who dlscutscd and reviewed tli transactions of congress. lie was followed by Congressman William P Hepburn , who simply electrified the audience by his elo quence and logic. A greater portion of Hep burn's address was given up to tlio annlysli of the private platform of Prank Q. Stuart , the dcmocrdtlc-popullit opponent. He took up Stuait's platform plank by plank ami showed Iho fallacies contained therein. In the evening the throng that crowded to hear the renowned speaker was great. Sen ator-Died Gear of tlurllngton and Congress man Hepburn vere the orators at the opera house. In a master ) } and business-like mnn- ntr Senator fleur dlscinscd the tariff and McKlnley law , nnd also spoke on the money question. The populists cameIn for a share of the speaker's attention ( Sear's remarks were well received and ho \oclferonsly applauded. The meeting was a vote winner and the respects for the return of Congressman lepburn from the Dlghth district uro en- : ouraglng In the extreme. All phases ol he political Issues were cilmly and candidly Isrusscd and HIP pnity of protection and onest money endorsed. The rally was at- ended by representative republicans Irom alt > ver the state J. 12 Hlythe. chairman ot he state central cnmmlttep , Lieutenant Oov- rnor Dungan , evSpoak-r W 0. Mitchell , Jongressmnn A L Hagor , Colonel Temple. udge Tow tier and hundreds of others. An verllovv meellng at the court house was ad- liesped by Conijrcssman Hepburn , J , D. llytho and Colonel Temple. Congressman A. i. Ilager of the Ninth district was n speaker n thu opera house TATKIOUU 'KMI AND HIS CAPPIIItN. IU UinlorlliiK-i nt I.tnuii'ii Pit .ultnt ; fur Votes that Am llmlly Nu < tc < l. LINCOLN , Sept. 21.-Special. ( ) Several cpubllcan clubs had meetings last night and In each ot them thcic was an orator 0 declare that the war had opened once more. In the Grand Army of the Hepubllo mil the Young Colored Men's Itcpubllcan club had a session and County Attorney Woadward told those assembled to hear 1 m that before the country \vas through .vltli the Sugar trust there would be no noney left for the common people. Ho tpoko of the editor ot Tlio Ike as a man who claims to be belter than his party , and , with many HII Iteration , proclaimed that he 'tit and believed that no man could bo bet * er than his party. Passing to the republi can nominee , lie said : "As for Tom Majors , Honest Tom , he has been Ted about , vllllfled and libeled , but hla record will shine bright and cletr through thu mud thrown at him He Is a plain man. Hu makes no protonnloiu to being better than his party. I Icll you that we'll elect Honest Tom this fall It yon and I nnd all ol us will only M.uul up end be counted for Nebraska " Judge Parker , the speaker who followed , him , fell all over hlmtelf and moved tlio aud ence to tears In telling how "Honest Tom" suppressed the South Omaha strike. Hu said : "Wo all know Tom Majors. We Ell know just uho and what he Is and where ho stands. During the recent South Omaha trouble he gave us a taste of what his rule would bp by his prompt ami decided action In suppressing the riots there. That's what Tom Majors Is and we are going to elect him tins fall and give him a chance to show , just what he Is made of. " Populist Hull } t Auburn. AUHUHN , Neb. , Sept. 21 ( Special Telegram - gram ) J. H. Davis , the Texas "Cyclone , " spoke In the new opera house to a crowded house this evening fur two hours and forty minutes , calling forth many rounds of ap plause and some loud amens. The speaker had before him nine volumes of the politi cal writings of Jefferson , and read passage after pasbage to prove that the populism ot today Is In reality no other than the Joffcr- Eonlanlsm of the past He has a wonderful command of language and an Inexhaustible fountain ot udjtcllves , though some of his words are of the Texas brand and his an ecdotes "enough to cork a nigger. " Ha closes his speaking In Nebraska at Falls City tomorrow night , and leaves for Texas to take charge of Ills own campaign. The populists are preparing for a big rally hero October C , when Mr. Holcomb has promised to address them. Iti'pulillc-iiii Itully nt Tc < imnrli. . Neb. , Sept 21 ( Special Tel egram. ) A big republican rally was held In this city tonight. Judge J. B Strode , re publican candidate for congress from the First district , and. Hon. A. W. Scott of Lin coln weru the si > cakcni.Muslc was furnished by tlio Tccumsch bind The attendance > vac very large and enthuBltisllc. A. V. ( r y .SK | nU ut Wujne , WAYNU , Neb. . Sept. 21. ( Special Tele gram ) A. V. Carey of Fremont , populist candidate for attorney general , tuado a speech in this city today. Tomorrow fjingre sman Bryan will ad dress the people here. Thujrr und ( ImrUilll Bppulr. WYMOH.E , Neb. , Sept. 21. ( Special Tele gram. ) Governor Thaycr , A. S. Churchill and others discussed tlio political Issues of the day before a. crowded house tonight under the auspices of the republican club. Till : fJiTHIlAfiS. Kllglitlnc Ki-miir ! lliilno iv Ktorin In tlio h'pw York t uimtltntloiml reinvention. ALBANY , N. Y. , Sept. 21. A mild sensa tion wae caused in the constitutional con vention hero today during the discussion ot the civil eervlce amendment which recom mends old soldiers for olllce by Mr. Coun tryman of Albsny naylng : "The old soldiers arc being bribed with pension money and now we want to brlbo them with olliccs. I am against such schomei. " Sam JohnFon ( rep. ) I repudiate any tuch thcor } ; It Is nn Insult ta the men that offered up life ani limb to eave the republic. The gentUm n 1ms made a mistake. Mr. Countryman I repeat the statement. Mr. MuUiuecn I arise -'as a democrat to > repudiate the statement by the gentleman from Albany that pensions grunted ( o the brave men who si veil the union are bribes. I know there In not a democrat on this floor who does not nttreo that the veterans should ; receive this money. Pensions are g ven by a grateful country to the widows and or phans of the brave men who , In the hour ol their country's need , left home and family and Hiked their lives that the union might live. " The amendment was adopted , 07 to & ! . No Hucnr 'I runt Injunction * . BOSTON. Sept. 21. Judge Marker today hauled down a decision refuting to grant tha Injunction against the American Sugar Re fining company aeUtU by the ttUraey | in-