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CYCLONE VICTMS
•fifty People Reported
Killed in Prophets-,,
town, Illinois.
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The Wires Prostrated arid a
^Complete Report Not as
A Yet Obtainable
Authentic Aaeount Given
the Storm s
1
A Muah Mild*r ftaport FcrwardW by
U» Station %ent to th®
Superin ten dent
•». loon, Mo.. April *,
A faeelmt fftt,
K9 ••owniNf'Wky* tbat the village Of I ropeta
*®wo W WII blown away *1 a torpedo.
The partienl&ra are m#agr i-aBoertn&g the
calamity. owing to the fan tharf the
m*m
mt% dawtt tn #vf'if direction The onljr
definite new* M»taaMe mm tbat resolved
from icaia bands -a etoek train which
pulled out of Propbetatowu )n*t after the
dt«a«ter. YUu town contained about lour
hundred is)»Ututi aao waa located about
forty mile* from Barlinptou. I*.,
on email branch of UM Chisago,
1 Hurbngtan qainoy md. Tbe tenia
hand* my tbat ettber tornado or cyclone
*wept over tb# town and bat the rain w*e
terrible. They cay fully fifty Jiv** were
loat. Tba railroad depot «M blown down
•ma the station agent buried lienaath the
•|raift"- **& aeam^ If tbe deed ofc-
taiuabie arcr
Wil.l.lAM VAIfCB, atMfa
OHAMIjKH Mt'KJtAY. a*
t*y tb* r»lr««d
^*AN'K WILIUJN ,oc Nalaon,
fe Htad tn Ui* rutna oi bia own boa**.
1%# tmouMii thisk that eight persons
including Wliaoii. etc N*laoc. urate kiiieil
At Megrmiii
wa«
ldu»«i, which aaid that tba towu bad baea
viaitad by aavara atortu, wbie| rarnad
lb* tUtios a« tbat (Mat from its foanda
khi &od wrackrd RfMU aiui
Mivarwt buuatHi. The .Itapalob aaid a«Mi
•ni| fb*mi tharr b«tDg au/ of iili.
V%w «atitwa 4«aMr» •apart*
Aprtttt. 'v
A ii»patcii jaat rwmivad by tba g#o«*f*i
a«pav^Dtauda«4iaut of tha Chicago. Burlmg
t.Mj 1 yaiu i r*n-o*t) from tb« railro^i
a^at at t'rapbatatowo i» follow*:
A oyoloAa rtrttck. ?ropW«tOfO #btot
o etoek iaat awauteg. siawtog tha dapot
fr«H it* fooadAtkm, Wowing «if half of
tha roof asd braakinf to th«- window*,
Th* atavator wsa biowu dove ao! now
r«aU on ib« *^U track A string of fonr
(MO oar® l»law out froavtba aiding tnto tba
ataia track ab»«t Uuv« tail^w frwia bar#
with lb* brake# oat. Qeite a »»»b«r of
wara bi*VB down to th* vtlkagp,
a ad a uatitbar of p*ra«aa b«rt. Wltb tha
ascaptton of ma* ttoek train datoyad, all
ou tttua."
IIOKNKH Brum
IMeaatrwa* MAwmrf Mtahia Plre I
CMdAM. ApaU a.
Feorteen horHM were tmmed Teeterday
saoeetBg tu a fire at MW to 6i i Weat Madt.
eon *treset.
ttauiae ^teiledl to the mm of tb*'
livery tabta of E. B. hot* I Co,
The haat a#olM the boetiera, who
aiept ta the baift. They »nia»eiiately
telephoned a atill alarm to tbe fir** depart
ment and followed it op with 'i ll."
WbiJc tbe engmea were ©ammg aoiae of
the BW got several of the boraea otrti
while otbera tried to exttngaleb the ftra.
The fUm«M bad got too innrb of a hea4
way, howfvar. and d«apit« tbe hard eat ef
fort* of tbe ftrr partn»ent the barn waa
benuKl down. All tb»boraea betougtng to
boarders. *otue thirty or forty, wer*« rea
caad. bet fonrteeci faMraaa biloagtog to
Umm *er# horned af. abtfeee, earriai
were alao deatrojed.
Tb« agouiaed oeigbing of th Ijuruing
wai heart -rending. While lh«* aai
w«rc autciiug in tbn flatuaa tbe ho*tiera
taged tc lead oat aoaM of borsaa who
iiadly burned. They got out three
bor*** in tbi* manner, but tbe poor ani
mal" were »«oreto#d t»*db- by tb® tietoe
fiaaK-a thai I bey w«re rendered naeleae. and
Mr Morse will have them abut to pat them
md of their mieory. The fianiee did not
MHltrety deal ray tha atabie«, but left tbe
oBc*' md part of the front untouched.
1vhe IOCM on the atock and batkhng hte
not l«eu eHtiiuated, bat it lt» thought that
will amouot to lo,0tW. There t« b«t
maofioiuc on bo.r»e* au»j
Th« manner to wWrti tbe tee atoftad ie wa»
taiown.
fwt
v
'MHeMeM, April
n-
iLaat night lit to Snawy antl ifu»
*f|«« Haffmai.. while erm*mg rivar,
W^r* drownei by tbe upaettuig of their
beat. barlea Hart, who aeeampa«lo*
t|^m and who aacapad. waa tin&ble to
*ve tba j^MWieaiee, jetton W
eertwat.
\KAUht a gettacgl etotk*
t^rkoMtB et Toronto'ta u» prograMb
xkfa,
1
.V
»jrvjr^«f
1 1
4 lln itafrmy
by
Tftinmen Who Witness*!
1
r®c«$*ed rarifvito^
tba ra^urt tbat from forty to
••ra killed at Propbwtatee*.
A L«*«r Wayart.
imicAfMt, A|rti
Botb tba Waatam Uoiott Mi a«ik«a9
wtraa to the littla villa* of Propbatrtown,
HLS in whieb fifty paopia ware raporlad io
killed by a fji'looa, ara pro«
imtad. At the Ckteaco, Barttogtoa &
Wow«j railway aftea, hovavar. a Nriaf dk-
5 *g«u'k »^-.*^rrr^FFH:-*:
rimw ltt* MOISKH,
IMHW MM Anitrftlias
Bill (IpUnii
CHIMMMi 44. A. K. 4Awttl«*rtj|ff.
MOIMBM. April a 'bifacial:. fb„, t.
Tho IJOHH* tbi« moriariK' «T th*- Aoa
ItJillol bill. Tb« «aiiiiilni IIIM of*
f*m! rawtrict to cituta .md ta*u wew
fotad down.
Tba «aeat» iiam—tiii H^aMt'a %oml
Option !Wu» t.flt. and paodfoK fbf
aiu^uuhiiAut hy Fia», miairiog wvary
•onuty r4UMt fi»r Itornat* to ei^et au
•»ylo» for i»«#l»rii»lf in wiar »cfow|l«i| to
^opulal tba »tna«a adjoariMHl.
b« «o»»»rt,or ibta UMMraiKK nigaad THE
j»mt rata law,
The pity ta fall of 'tm$ ia gall?
AxH»ratad. Kr«-ry train brtoga mm*. Th*
•*tb«r l»««ittifai.
Aw«-J«twi Prwm* Raprnpf.
April m,
Tb« aittawoth toBul moimpmrn* of the
CI A. K departloouI of Iowa, coiiVfiMnl
hMwthin inoruiitg Tb»- city u row^t
vttb vwttora. l)p|artQiAnt ('otuiBandar
^«iitb. of Mt 1'lfianaot. rpa bia aatioal
•d«ir»«H Atout WW daiegiUra an onwaot.
Wttb »rv«tal thoaaan.l vNiton. Tb
P^Muie o^imrrad tbm aftamooti. «bk'h was
follow*!i atitlj K ra,«npti u al tb* mpltol by
tb*g»vai«0r MM! WINTERS at the hgta
IMw.
h|»km KH MOt(UA.
MW MM LHA Mt» injur«M Jt m*mt» Vmrt*
Loitooa, April«, j
*«fiao. th# well Wrtw* twfltvr,
died to-day at Mout« Carlo from the *(Fecta
Of mjun«« raceiv^S l.v Wiug tbrt»wn from
hM oarriaga.
Jttata* Rpaoaat M«WB~wee bam Waat
t*rr!n«nri.» now Hnlrk* Vm Aprfl tms
H» »Mpg*u hu bu*iu»«s *r»»«r iu Irtrt* •utrr
ta* tli- •wpif v at Mfr».i W«tU*«. busion.
WTTL.I »TIUUI iw» cufitlnutH] until HE IMCIH« NT
•Av I11 Jal i«M, i,«- th* irattkiaK noun*
ot HforgMi. K*t toum A (»., at N*» urh, t»uibe
r*Uini*il tt Rwtipn about «igbt«*u uiootlu
iatar. Ha th«o imcsanue ja*uar p*rta*r ia tbe
««*i* .f «««, Mathar .v Co. A yoar
Imtmt b* WM )iivif*,j tf JM B«*ab« to
form eop*rtii*fabip ia Ho®ioi. woiab,
utximr tb« styla of J, M. lb«lo. Motku
A Co., baawuM) cmt, tha larg#*t .try fooi«
**t%tn«iritetK« tn tbe uitett At«t«» Mr Mor-
KUflaovi iu dU'l wai offnnxl a
partnrrfthij. ti. ttM liraa i.***,- ftkixxir
wiuoii b« ftac.-ptrt «•*.« ani W-n vnars
*b« MtirauicDt of Mr I'MtUxly. tt*
a«B bWftu.* I Moriifto St o Vndrnt bt«
HftMi* t».«. Uuu«« U*. tn itnmvth *n.t In
uiitil it r»nk» ftinoiiK iu* Kr*Mt ftnktag
itO«B«« irf th* WCMTlii Hi* «OZl. lohll UorfMI,
i a i a y a e u 1 »r. v«i.
AOo.
THE miXKi,
fhwhwaawK Cifwaiaiwri bnytiwO«r
a «t*kr jWa?
CSwoAH'i» Aped ", .*"
eefctf'oi »»amrt«*rartt*
have uot yt»i At iaat
eonf«r»nit tbu master plumber# agrdt'tS to
pey^a ttituoaui of |S,8(t par day for all
joarneycuao aa«l to iocreaa** of 25 per c*at.
for *U )nuton. Th« journ^yaieu |»luttjl"i»a
are aatiaiie«i witb tbi* a»i»nnw. fba j»te
iora. iiuwerer, who utriick to aid tb*4
n^atea, era not «aO«ft*d. aJ»»l tbat t* thp
biitjli at tbtN |uuortiiu{f^ ooufeiWioe of the
two arbitr *tioh ooiuuutteea.
TH«* ar)MUUarw »trik«' I« atill OB, aJ
tboagb the i»fu will prolwbly apfoial an
artntraltoti aoaimit^' tbi* afteraooo to
coufw with tbe manter earj»«»uttre. Tbo
•tnkaiw aay that uot more tlxau twebty
01*11 ar« at work wtthia «Mjr MaMe of
(Chicago to-day.
Th** cigftrtu«k«rt» bave won their fight,
ami h«rttfift# tb«re will be aeoe bat anion
igaix fit Chicago.
pre* tlewa Awotbwr Oeawrw
Aoaoa*. K. t.. April*
The failure of F. E. Towuaetid, a woolen
awrobant of New York, who waa tb* be»»vi
Mt «totk hob if io tbe CaynRa woolen
mill* of thi» city, h«» ecabarraaaed tb# lat
ter company, and upon it* application
John ]anii. jr., of Hyrao»o« waa ap
pointed receiver. Tn* rotn|«eny habil
Ittaa amount to tht1 ifact* have
a eoeitoal value of fl.VlOO,tmO.
WarkifM in xwaiwa.
S«a.iK. April h.
At a meeting of Mptweantatire worha*en
beM »t Olten tn .-tur, delegate* represent
ing workmen is various tradee and
oalhngih war® present. Reaolution* were
e^kipted favoring tbe formation of a trades
onion and accident tuaurance fund*, and
for amend meuU to tbe f«oiM| law*.
DM NotMo tlowa atepaiblkwa.
Mot*» ». A |rti .*»
Tb«* straight republican tiokat w»i eleetad
yesterdav, with poaaibiy tbe exception of
engineer Tbe republican majority for
mayor ia probabiy 5(H. Tbe republieaeia
eUail A maiorits of the eotincil
Tlie I«he mt OrtaMe.
raw. Aprtl a.
At a meeting of tbe cabinet held tbia
®F aorning the subject under diaeasaion WII
ef the Dok« of Orttaiwt
IMhuiIM WMit,
l»o you ever play domiuo »b»*t It i»
the iateat game of card* extant, and ia
rapidly eaperee-liog poker, hearts and
other involving a niiui»»»tM or
jicience witb a nia*ia»am of lock in the
botfif "irol« and juiet» and deeoroux aoctal
•atbertnc*. Poor peopi* play tbe Ram'
and »oe who t» familiar with the technical
nam** of card* aifurni* u« tbat tbe peraou
whoaiU at the left of tb«* dealer whatever
tbat is -beginK by piayiug what »i railed
ifveo «pot of aome apadwa, heart*,
clob* or **diatnot^e« If the player
canehow up a «e-vea »POi be
|w elected to pot cheek in the
pot, though oar in forma ut *ay» a .nickel,
dime, or a two bU pieoe. s* ju«t good
,:b*.'k *nd conta more. Then the B«st
»er*oiu takes up- tbe game and pUy«
apot tf he can and after a tpe*en
*l4! ]ila?'^d on ttal-'lf, tbe otb*r earda
iu
»«|Sen,i'
ar«- plufled, eight-spot® are
ilay»l ou the right and "pot* oa tbe
left of tbe a*^«rt spot. Ivery time a per
•ou oeu not pia a card on onr ef the four
pil«« ui tti* vfutv-i of ibo table, down go**
ia ebech t^ tb* bottom of tb pot. When
'laotne oa* piny* hi taat rard tbe ga»iw» is at
At* end, *nd be *ke« a cb«?ok for ««»h varil
held by tbe
scam* eaaand.
3l' .%fcjhxiirfiI'ilxxSabiP'J1' i'? ri v'
1001
MAMMON. SOUTH IAK
lAHITOBA'S HB Pf
A Factional Fight An
vincial Members Re
1 the Premier's Exp
Prwident Harrfaot
Snubbed by the Win
W. W Dudley
Califbrnit Dupes of tt»e LirUiCjUhte-
Prophets Reefngr lo the Moyni* i|
tins—Hews of the Day.
W|KK|IK«, A|Mii a. 5
TIm»
faetional ft^t iniwig tbe wmhtfli
of th«- pronuciftt government, i««h»tnei
with u law ««»»t ioatitutiN! by bari apfr
uanted AW Juiitimu, t^ r«rovtft
from Landlord O'Connor, of tH** Mi
hotel, bait r?»aiwd in the #\posni
•wautUl involving Prxntiitr 1.^1 wiy
^iiwb will tm.b»lily bi«
Th»» pmm. fori int*' for tbe (au- a*« ,1T,
long h«en a mbjeeI of pq^tjuam ifcuun^i
out tbe iwovioft.
Cr5'^SaC^iKSHWf''
•tlitA
urn
This lataKt Morr Is to tbv tb^"
Johnaoii w wif«* diMOovcrdi (irp^uwuy in a
room at tb» Steal tat with a woman. Her
buibantl made HOHM ftja« over th« matter
-imd wa« di».»barM by IjantUi^l O Con
bor. Jobnaou, iti or«ti»r to dear thf nana
»f hi# wife, made an a Ada It. netting forth
fbe faets of th* oocnrreucs. Thiw affidavit
in tb«* bftixln of tb«» legi*lntor»
oppoiwtl to tb»- trnsenw.iy government. It
»)r«iided to briag it teforw tbe lf«i»»ta
ture, but th« fmnda of Green way portfoadt'd
tbt« member who waa to |r««#nt tbe
afHilftvit and n raeolotion cenaarinK th*
prfini«»r to |H«t|onci his action peud
itiK fl »rt» to h#wl th»» t.r«»H iu th«- «*hi
oet.
After tMs Johoaoo mde «M» aftdavtt^
givinR the date* of Own way's pririotwi^
visit# to tb« Nirollwt. and wbiob wt*re in
dorsed by witneaae*. The** tani aAidavit*
coumctod tbe uamea ot two girla, dangb
tean of well known lawyer and a military
officer, witb tireeuaav*» eeoapadea. Tbe
aoauda] ia tnjnring Clreenway greatly. and
it will certainly tbn *ao«« of htM (kIiti
ilowufail
oho Hon 1* lQiog hia late eaaployer for
wrongful dtamiaaal, and Oreenway and the
woman will be called to five evtdeaoe, and
tba* tbe whole etory will cone ont in the
eonrt*. ('i^^iiway b*» noi bt»#n down town
rioce tb** •••aodtt! t*#ran»»" oul|i\
Mid takp« biaaifalHat th«-1 arliatuent ImiW
l»K».
4
'o« of bin- collca^nea baa stated
the premier in taking tbe trouble eo *e
rionaly to be«rt that his hair is turning
gr»\ He una iar^** fatuity »bo live at
Nhe RWBLtctjr ^M»B» MM «*ral UAB wt TTW
Wjummmmm, Afvtia.
Along «ftt tbe eaatcr
a storv whtcb in like a ekud in a fair aky.
It IN well kaowu tbat tbe president baa
tarned a cold ahoulder toward Col. W ^.
Dudley aver ntnoe tbe notortoaa
blork* of-five rtrenlar wa« aeut into la
diana. Col. lodley has Ixen aharply
tmtMiaed by otber*. but b« take* all of the
comment* concerning thr ni»tt*»r in an olf
band way and »#^ina to think that ttme
and o^orttmity Will tuak. all thing* oven.
Hia work for many yean to bring abont
the nomination* of Harriaon to
the presidency ia known by all
republicans and llarriaon hlmeelf
t# familiar with it. But whea an infin
•ntial New Votker made a apeetal trip to
bidianapolie before the inaoKur«tion in
tb« hope of patching np a peace between
the newly elected preaident and Col. Dad
w»y, the prexidout-elect strotle «p and
down the room de*'I aiming in a loud
voke: lodley had n busineaa to inter
fare with Indiana, be bad no right to com**
tuto tin* at ate/ Not a word waa aaid l»v
the preaideiit-fUct about the moral faat
«ree of tbe eaae. Hhic» tben be ban per-
Aiatcntly ignor«d ludle, ami a." tbe
(uaugural_b*U be barely jM*kuo»iedgoi the
•alitaiioo oft'ol. Dudley "and Mra. lod»ey
they paaeed bgfore him tnd, the
preabJaetial patty. Mrs Dudley ia
not a politician. Rba lovea her haa
band and could ttOt underatand what
ta her estimation waa au aot of cruel in*
gratitude. Col. I)udly weat into th* pen
sion bukiacna and Miw. Dudley b.n» had
iber wide circle of acquaintance# to enter
tain. Hut nil along the baa thought that
Mra. Harrison bad maab to do with tn*
president'n conduct toward ber hunband
a
lid abe did not propose to pot up with it
Tbe time and opportunity came Saturday,
and that ia what all WMhingtoo ii talking
sibotit to-day. Mi- Dudlc\ was making
Kawter purcbaaea. when there waa a thit
it ring of akirtw naar ber and tbe next ino
went »h« beard the ealutatton:
-Why. Mr* Dudley, how dejNM ief 1
am ao glatl to «*e yoa.
Mra IndU\v turned tutd, looking ealtnly
at a lady dreawjd very naatiy who etood
BMr
ber, aho «aM "Madam, you bavs
the advaatl^e of me," and from her ey«»
(mine all the decision thU Mra. Dudley
ao well known fur.
Her Visitor stepped bedt eM «eld
Why Mr* liadtoy* yoa I now a#e. aft*
Mr*. Harnnon
Witb ne/ Kteely took direeUn! foil at Mr*.
Harriaou. Mra. DMby. with afleetad con
templation, r^jti«d Harriaon' Ham
•on?"
"Ob, yea, yoa know very wall who I am.
exclaimed tbe pwrtdont's wife, who left the
shop immediately ami Mr*. Dad lay
•cmad bar purchane*. ,Wb«n (A# left the
atore it waa wttb -Ibe mt et 0m
righted a wrong.
frte*M»wr* K*ewipg» J-'.
ftrooawa Fau^ Waah., April 4.
{HTWDPRV PIRTIJFN 11UIU
cousty jaii lure eaterdaT- While tba
jailer wan making hi#, rveada be waa
aeiaed boumi a«d Ka«ged by four of the
prieonetM. Hb lib* -ted |b*~ r«maiuder «'y
•rtihiri''li^i'Jiair'rf\li*rl#
f'-ft Wk:
EBS KSDA1 APRIL
n
VSHrnhrnm** 9M-
i« ftttfunUn lwrr*a*wk
A^m
ipr tb*- lay diawa near for the fnMMtaewt
»»nphef y tbat Oakland, Han Praa
Cb»«M*o and Mflwmike# are to be
I up bv earthquake. t!.« eiHte-'
a»»ong Kriokaox'• ftHowpr« in Oak
»«ea. Tbt* |»oti have broken
p-iidjo afteetiuna. bat tb«* cranlw
lli n private hoaee* \od made co«.
nwri^i sb» i*et week. Iwiliri in real oatnte
'HI IWIMHI band fnruitar* report tbat
•'rMuk* have left arnoy ord»-r« with thorn
for dtxpoahl of property for ca-li. To
woriow lit# iiate by Krirkaon fir
the of the eJtodn* to tht moatif.
•ie«, bat thetrt forty Oakland* ni
anttoi|aU«U reaaov.il bv two
U H, aa they quietly departe«l y.-»
twniay for Ht HSIAIM, tb# «ont»*r of
WH10-making io Nap-% eonnty, wbich i*
over a thoaaatttf feet above a«a level and
At*otit aeveot y oktiea tfom thta nty, tad
ha»» reiitei) room* and eottagen niul jtie
|»rt't| to reiuBiii tbron«bont the muth utid
aumt tbe iloom of Hkklaad. About a
on« of families have «»atnht!ab**d a camp
in tht- foothill* b«rk of thtltiaud, wbore
th« have rai*et lent* antl profH»*« t«» hold
a wrxiii of camp-H|Mtiii^i. Fioro the
prepHr*tioa« noted in Oiklattd it ia likely
tbat Htveml htitilml fieofilf will flock
to tii 1 rajiip, Eveu in Han Franol*oo
niauj rradniooa (teopJe a» alarmed, anil
eouutfy reeortu will proAt by their fears.
At Hauta Hoaa «ev*ral of tb# faithful have
joinrtl Mra. Woixlworth, the origin1
leader who ia wwrpoartbt© fot Km k
propbeof. Hh«- ia a ibrwwd
wo«inu, however, and propo*M to atait
eaat early tbi« week aad won't have to face
ber cnpe*. Nertoua ex itement over the
predicted calamity La* proven too much
for *»»veral #[im«n in Onkland, who have
been Mnt to the iaaane aaylaw. Early
thi« tuornioK oa Waabinjrton atreet in
OakUnd a yonti^ and KOOII looking
wotufui, well dreaaed. and with long hatr
flowing down bar back, ran wildly down
tb* street witb arma otttetretebed ns abe
lomlh* acreatued "I am rusniug, good
Lord. I am coding. Wait, oui wair for
•M*. Take me to him. Take me to the
Lord to be aaved!" Tbe police took her to
the fetatioa-fcMUM, whera
rave wildly.
I A SplrltwaltM In TiawMa.
p0KAwi KtriM. Mtcb, Aprfil a
fr
Walter K. lteid, fneaident af the
klichiKau Hpiritaaliata aHMoeiation, haa
|be**ti oonvietad of aamg the mail a for
fr oidaiant tmr|o(«*!i iu the I nited Matex
•court. U*id published a apintualiMt pa
f|°r. in which h«- m»ertwl an a lv«*rti*emcMt
to aaewer letter* addreaaed to p^moun who
manner wac |J. If sealed with wax or
Hcwod with thread, #•. H* did an exten
tiv* bnstnoea am! raapad rich protiu until
hia a^tbode ware brought to the attention
of Po*)tni«Hter-tteneril Wanamakcr H«*u
t#»» waa daferced to give cottnael time to
prepare,4 motion for a MW trial, tbe re
*l»jad«mt t««iug r«H|aired to give b.il for
MIM«* Haattw by Mtrawctta*.
Wnmi *. K»u., April
Whan Uev. Thomaa Cefton, paator of
one of the leading l'reabjteriau ebarehea.
ratnrnetl from aarvtea Sunday, he foaud
bia little girl. 1 year old, haaKiag in a
hammocK, dead. She bad been left by a
nervunt girl playing 10 a hammock. There
wu a hob- tbe hammock, and the child
apparently got ber head faat In the bam
mock meahea and awnng down, lu»r feat
failing to touch the floor by aix inobea,
iti 1.1 TU AfrilH
Wung l^ea, a Chinaman. Mttewd wMi a
tight collar baud tw bia iitii. Early ne*t
morning hia ledfellow found kirn gawping
fes breath, and Lee *H»O died.
M* w Wltl ttia «WI*»r.
|UA«4/O«. Mich AptH T,
A tramp printer. Banted Lewie, who baa
baae working iu tba Itrmofrut office iu
lUatiuM^ for aorne time past, hnt who w»*
dtecbarged. entire that offiff io a drunken
eon lition lud pnMWHxied to do what be
o^ald U f{ft oat th** lar er. He took all
the type whieb waa aet for the next i#»me
and aeveral caaea of tyj»e and dumped it all
In a heap on the floor. Thia did not eat
iafy bin., -a he took a keg of printer a ink
aod poureti it over tbe pile. He left tba
following note MidniKht. Windaor
lili even with you, Johnaon.
Haw Tons. April a
The visible oappiy of gratn on Soturday,
April r,, aa compiled by tb® Kew Yotk
produce exchatiK*. waa a* follows heat,
y,ta.f.f«IH bur*hnta: dacraaae, bnali
•I*, corn, 'lUliJ'H incr«i»ae,
oida, 1,8tM, W»2 deereaa^. :i5l,34S rye,
4,3W5,7M deereaae, ».4Wi barley,
174,74«.
8ar***i ami HwHay ta
•owvos. Ma**.. Aptii
Barunm A Bailey have tahatt »i* yeara'
lea** of Oakland (lawbwi, and will k*ate
their inanageri) and a j»art of their ctrrea
pannanently beta- They were racaot^r b*
nied u permit to aafubliab themaelvae I««r
i wuiruilt yi New o^k city, banoa tbitr
•.awivemetit towar*i I be Hub.
Mat ia »yaap«Uby Wilb
CoaarANTiMori.c, April f.
Daftplte tba fact that tbe nnnutry «up
porta tbe eonveraiaii agreement entered
faio bv tbe final)ce nuaiater and the bank
ing »y ndtcate tha aultac doea not approve
of the project. It u e*»aet*d that tba
wi! reaign
KttHMiwtt ««t tMMMMr
iiandalt'a family aay he ta not to a *tt*
terns condition. Me paaaa* a vary ewp
fortabie night and ia aomewlMrt iMtler lf»
day than be waa Iaat waak.
Ut r^bortsd that a ay*dK-ata is being
Mgnaiaed in Hoaton for the purpoae of
bit Idiug twenty iroti *teai«»bip« to engage
in (i'#in*r»i ecMwtwiaft i*ud foreign trade, aa
ItxHi tbi f-'arnijUiai tout.Mfe bill tM |«a*aad
':.Vrt*'r
NMaaai
FROM THE OLD WORLD.
Th* Scheme to Convert Fin
land from a Free State
Excites Attention.
Tht Chinese Strengthening* Them-
•rtfes Against an Apprehended
Attack by Russia
Em(tilPfeftha InUmates a Desire to
Can^l His German Eng^^-emetit
antl Return to Eurype,
liWflw*, April N,
The acheaae «e aonvwt lN*lw»# frfm n
free atate, with the czar ae oonatitutional
aoverwijjii, into a Kti*«iiaa pro rim a. with
ti e or.ii »a iiulocrni, excit con«i.lfr»ble
attention in Europe. People teii^rmliy
have had their cyts tiled upou Huaaian i
operation* in the llauubtan proviaea* and
on the Dard^nitHlfN to the negle of the
en rom liinents of tft.it v*»t mid m«tlea*
power in otber direct Ion«. HBHKIU T*
feared by Ma-^len not than by I'urkay,
aibl Hwe leu looks to Ku^land, jnat i» the
aaltun dins, fur protection fr«im the grnep
of the Mu«oo\itc do$|Kt. The Hrarulituk
vian* ar« aot nuittnl in feeling foi r.^aenva
apparent to the ntud»ul of their hHtoty.
Between Kunwia and leuiiiark tb*r*a ban for
agets c-iixtetl a ntroiiK inpatby. while Kn«
*ia and Oennnrk rt-garJ f?«edeu both with
unfriendly end tbe former witb eovetoea
eye*.
The Ttaaatacaftou of thf» Fluna. there
fore, mean* one more atep linawta ait.
vaoc«* towanl an attack upon Sweden and
Norwny. Finland wita a part of Swaden
for centime*. Uu**ta firat anaeicd one
half and in IW»K neized the othrr half, I tat
not nut it after a heroic atrtigglo, whieb
ia eommemorati*! 111 tbe riiudent Ncaudi
nauan epic of tbia age. I he eye* of
Euroix" were leut at tbe time njioii Na
poleon, otberwtae the Hnaatan cou|ue*t of
Finland would have held a place iu butory
with the throttling of fretdoru ia l'oland.
Home of the incident*, IH when
ona Fuimah soldier btdd w narrow brhl|^
for many minute* a^aiuwt a large force of
Raaaian*. falling iunt a* the Hwrdiab araiy
came up 10 the |oat which bia valor had
aavwd for them, compare with th nobleat
achievetm nto on record. A |it'opi« of thia
ktnd will not yield thrir liU»rticM without a
atrugK'« The w#*tcru ahore of Finland
ia cbiarty aettled by tb Hw»di*b race, au
nioMt of tbeut* would either fight or emi
grate, and aa atated 111 it previouaJiapatch,
many thoaaaudti have alreadv umttft itcd.
1
Mlr*iictl»wntHK Tticiu««h*a.
jutKbai cornea tbe atatemeat
several yearx^!»^»^H! fom^eK ftitaioal «n
itary force in tin |.i .\ mwn adjoiniun
A moor, and *tout fort* have l»een erected
at points most likely to be threatened by
Ktitt«i»n mvaaioti. Chtua could throw
about of her lieat tr«»op« of the can
pi re into immediate action in the e^ent of
a war with iii*ata, while tbe population (o
lie drawn npon for reinforeement* ia prac
ticably uuluuiteti. No word cornea
from Ht. Petersburg aa to «bet ber
there ia ground for Cbit-aa* fe*»
bnt thia aileuoe indicate* n"»hing.
Kuaaia 1 ia not iu the habit of publishing
to tbe world either her foreign or domestic
policy, lieaideti, Jthe c/,ar«* have unually
allowed, rather tbftii permitted, their gen
erala to utidert.ike moveinent« tbat meant,
or led to war, and eaiawiallj baa thi* bean
the eta* In Aaia, where va*t tract* have
been absorbed and eUenaive boatilitiea car
ried 011 at varioua time* withtu tbia cen
tury, without any deflaration of war
Cgatnid anvbotiy. The euemie*. however,
have been bait savage tribe* and Khun*
with little nnthoritv l»eyond the view from
their mud-built towei*. Dealtu^ with China
would be a different matter for the Cbtuaca
army 1* vaatly improval in diaeipline and
atiuipment Hiure tb aflair with Fr»n« e a
few year* ago. But even iu wakiUK war
with China, it wonld lie entirely in accoid
with th«* duplicity that ebaracteriaea the
methiNl* of the c/ar, to be^tn hoatihttaa
throUKb ooiiiv I'omiuailder wboeo coop, if
atiec'-B^ful rniybt be repudiated. *'n tb#
^)ifr hand, there la th** fact tbat the
diapatch aanounciog Cbitiate military
movements in tbe directioa of the north
arn frontier relates nothiug new, bat §itn
p|y a confirtuation of tba report tbat
dbina ta keepiag a vigilant Kiiartiianahip
peer bar j»ro*incea in which, more than a
year ^foy aba bad a|^i4l atatione I the
flower of bar amy*
Kmlu Wi*b*« t* tUlnra.
Xannaaa. vpnia.
Capt. Cabali, tb« explorer, ba» atectod
for Rome.
Emui IPaaba baa arrived beta. Me w»w«
Ja*» eagerneisf4 concerning tbe propoard ai*
ptsilitKUi than bis eaiployern deaire, »ud it
ie r«porte«l that be wiabe* to cancel bin en
gagemeat ami returu to Ewrefie bafetw de*
eidlng to hia future plan.
Wrnmtm to Hwrrndl
fan PaaBTiaro, \prils.
The reeignatiou of Creed llavmoud from
bia poaition aa ebief of the Southern
Pacific compaay'* law department, baa e*
#t*d wonderment. It ia not often tbat a
gum rextguH u poaition that ha* aalary of
f'Jo.iM*) a year attachetl to it. When lie
do*** there ia nasally some very gowl
tvaaon* for tbe aet. A abrawd politician
who predicted Stanford election to the
C" nited State 14 aanate before the event took
place. *ajr« that tbe reaaoB fot Haybiond a
I le«ignattou in that be •Mb to aaeeaed
^4,44^d in the senate.
Ti »*praaii tfce M*va
flhv* Xprtl
Kmpfror Meoalak. of Abyaeinia, haa
Written a letter to Piima l^toiater Cnept
author.xing him to repreaeet bioi id tba
llnit*«l« anli-alavery epwferenre and af
firming the inteatuui of llihiopta to
follow tbe example** the eiriltaed Chrta
tiao iihtion* and to rapraa* the alave
XT'MBKB
iAPT
IHHiKItT* KXt'l.AlK*.
MM Ntori *T Ma
ml ih* CHf aT Vwrfo,
NKW Ton*. A WET I *.
The Attriatic ban arrivetl at Kew Tort
fapt. liolwRrta wm .jueMioited about bn
•clion townrd the di*itli*d City of Pari*.
Me fttataa tbat tbe atory publiahetl ia not
trn*, ami 1* voiiebeit for by one of hi*
taloou imaaen^ra, Oeorge C. St«*aru«
'apt. Holtprtf. atatea that be lay by tbe
I'aria *u hourH. and that on tha boat
Irom the Pan* coming alonirtdtla hia v*«
••*1 br informed th« officer in charge
that he woubl do alt in hia powei
|o aaaiet the dtaabied whip. He mgnallad
the ateauior Aliieragxte ant with
%*t prxceded to nm* up tln Pari* and
en reaching her informed ('apt Watkin*
Inat be bad *pok«u the Alder^eate who
wan wilhoff to tow tbe Pari* into Qneaaa
town He alao offered to take off her pee
aenKer* and leave theni at Qiieeuatown.
not New \ork, a* haa be*u iueorrectly ra
ported, and even «tat«d to Capt U atkia*
tbat if it wn* absolutely mn eaaarj to aava
life he wonld tow the' Pari* to i^Baan*
town. C'apt \S fttkuiM, on learning from
'apt. Roberta tbat it«aiMr Alderagata
WOO
Id tow hiai Miipuailad ^thauk*. go
aabeproeeaded on
urAHKt PROW THR WIRFh.
A MIHtl.tHT who waa eoBoerned
the murder of PitfM Maeaaotf
arra«te»|.
Ow Din t"
the
THR inted State* ateaaMr Alli»uee waa
aot allowed to enter tbe harbor of Malaga,
bad no bill of health. She wa* ad
fedwf«nd thati
attl. struck, f«iiowe.l by ai\t cook*^
Then the waMar*, BMthbi and portar*
atrnek, and the hotel i« pnartiimlty cloaad.
THE I'ortugneee n«»»ernm»nt haa in
vited one firm iu America nod »«veral
firm* in otb 1 couutriw* to make tandar^
for the couatruction of four nea craieera
No temler* from Eagliab firm* ar* IDvtad.
E A. ulvet, of Cleveland, O bwked
hiruaelf in hi* ro*»m in a Ieu»er hotal.
took a bottle of morphine, ami then blew
hi* brain* oat. Ie«jxudeney over a laek
of money la auppoaed to He the canaa.
HOMI-
010*
of a partv of men in the wooda
at Cumming 11 Hill, lCu**ell &iaae «lrop
pid a lighted cigar, netting the underbmab
on fire. Before it waa atoppad o#ar a mile
of territory waa burnad.
UPRk STEiMRtT/, a Iradtng bankar of
Nuremberg, haa been obliged to aiupand
buHine**, ow
ing
to the failure of aome im­
portant euterpriaae in which ha bad be
come involved. The amouot of hi* liabil
ities ia la?v
*1 tir hotel room of tbe Auwnean conanl
at Platum wm» entered a nitfbt or two ago
by burglar* and a Jewel ea*kri valued at
fr.,000 alb* stolen. Tba caaket ba* »aaa
ftiMMi.bat the conteuia bad l^u ab
atraeta4.
TfiK MAairr*.
fltowa City 1-tvw ataeb.
Him A fin', Ajiril
lit*# K«iuu*a«t r*u*if4*. o«elai
TMter^ay, *#*. M*jrk*t. a«*iv* Mwi
WJ." U t. H*'
Hog. r*eipta.
y«-*t «.rifty, i.
•t
ri
in
prevalence of antitii pax at
Pir»-u# tbe American M|aalrou of evolution
Will uot go to Allien*
The
*tjn*dfQU t#-
aiatna at orfe.
F. PbPMxn'a pactoer, Vib'l,
irliug, ban liean mlaainK ten day*. Ite ie
miu needed to clear tip aome ae onnta of
the fmUd firm.
Jit
Tea dock laborers at Amaterdam
about to renew tha atrlka, which waa
eOntly #«-tfb on t*rm* that bava pot
prove*! aati(tfa4ory to the man.
KMKtu train rati into a lunda kta an
the Weat Shore near Troy. N. Y., and fonr
train men ware bariad, bnt ware exhnaied
alive, although one may die,
Kx-STA IK SlNATOk D. Jt. OlbltAK
die«l at hi* home in Altoa. III., from tba
effect* of injuria* raeeived aeveral weiiw
•ince tn an encounter with tMirghira.
THF trust r. centh foundad for the pur
P°*e of controlling glncoae and utarcb baa
pnrchaaed tbe extouaive *ork» of tbo Xoor
bae* Starch eoiu|mny iu Danville, 111.
Hr vp.RAh of tbe ebaraa* againat Motnaa
B«y, the Hyrisut utla». b.«*e Inten druppatf.
Tbe reaaon aa«t^ua*l lor Uun proeaeoiug
that tbe e» ideiiit.' ie in*uftlcient
i
i
i
*trmS
Mi u»*dlom Ui gool
to
iiUiber tbftU MaturJftv Kv«rythii»|jf »old *ariy
Qui1*1 ton* t.tahl »o wu*l, tl to
ft b*ftvv. t-'.
t'atu* l-ktimat**! r*c*ip«a, 7SO, ofliolal ye*
I„U) -e »hipui*uU 1K» Market alow
um li tiitiw.i v/utalio»» HaU Jiwr* *M«rs. |»r o»
3
i tf llltMliUMl
noto*. ea r.
good, an.7 a.W). •t.wkor
ii) tueiiitim to e°«*'.
MTtaWl •Fi.IMI (-UIUIWW
U, go«i.11 i'i "«0"'.'.7t mt*«iui
cow*, »*tr» choice a*
1
ou
fMTttMl
,@U bull*
iiif*iluu! to tfood i- »tnitt«n to lot**
ior ti an -Jt tv. emmirnrt. V*t ei
».• couimoit.
.i, eocDiuoti. (frtt?
Mi'cl'i.v»".'.'.Ji),eoB»iw*t, ai.«»«*.*-. eaivw*
e^-oo'
H*ata OwiBbB U«W
eofTB ApHI e.
MFTRTTFTT U|IMM1 *taa4y,
Cattle K»tiii*t-'* r«K'*ipt*. low.
yaeterday, t.'.»i ihipn*wla,
Ieu«*t atroag
34
CM**f* U**i
MI ai.«, April
Hog* MMMipe.. l.VUUO. MariMt tairty a«4
iv* aa*l i»»*r l.ieh*. e4.isaM.* b^wvy paak
ota an*t »IOIM OI.. «t.4.41
t'fttti* H«e#tpi*. '..tM M«k»t t"
»..n» er t«**ve* W. i»fc«.vis, atoek»ra_ aal
tued*ni. ai.ao^i:•.'.*', corn W Taaa«»
MbMp Bee^pta. 5JOO. Maritet N higaer^
gt.we.tf lamb*.
w«*tera«, !&.*» *05.
Cncioo, April ». 1 .US m. ctoae.
Wbeat W»aker e,uH. A) *c:
Corn Hteintv »*b. aO«#«:W%c
OM* irui c**ii. *H'yi', May. S«"
Ky* Hni.: tt ',.
Bariwy tiMMstlw,
WBM timotliv
1rft» »«*«t #1.#.
Whl«ky Tl Oi
proMioeui Pork,
May.
Umj, i.! -«6 IV
IkT.
l4rf, aht eaah, ««.i*»
Mwwr fork fwKlwea,
Now Yrwwt, April h.
Wt»«*4 M»rk*t »«cit«d »a*l #rai at a Oeetiawi
M*onTii^ket
«wady* atawmar aataad, »%i
Oat* wkl »a*aitv• w*alarn. iwi#ia.
Pro«l*iofi» Pork dtnaag an«i |otet ae» *i
r'j.Tu '. i-ai-.i cm «»«'i qui»« at -a
HuM*i *h'» u ««.* «*«t*f*i 'T^ *HW%
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