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ESTABLISHED IHHA.
THE PiCIESS VOX STBIKI
But They Are Divided On
Question, and Some
Will Stick.
AtluuiH^ Say that Hot to El
tMsed t)U0 Wen Will
Go Out
Feetlng In
New* from Point* at Home
IBdAteHl
in ."..."t-'v:
The Cbiea^o .Krtmtng Journal Im« iiuhIi
tnvwttgtitoii into the situation
Czi MMMtc tbe employs* in It great ticking
•if kMM» at tta" stwk \srd«. it And* tiff*
af* two parttaa, nur led bv Frank N il,
5 president of tbair a&tou, Had tbe other fey
"J
ttwotge HcbiUtag the well known labor
I| leader Tbs fatm*' favor* the *frik»»
at nit the oppoaas it. The ri'*ult
,-'1j»«« tar bti basu to put »t! decided a-Hioo
'iv *Uwr diractiou. Careful inquiry teada
jjto ttif oottciuaion tbat tt U« outside l.OOn
will atrik*. aid tl Hi not haltevml tbe uuni
"(-1b#r will excaad "»*o. There art- from 1.500
,1.) iKNi tnan imploynd at tbe stock varda
jox.neT impuyim gir*r »citjn?«.
Ah AfraM mi til* M»«
Ottmr to (»«iar« mkflUb
Jot Jim, ttt,. Ai»rii •«•.
The propw»i!ioii of tk* Dllaou Hi*ol
4pomp*mj to iQan«(«MU a "f what
f« t#ri»w proit *hart»g ©r |»f»ng
^LrwtnlniB* tor faithful. #IRneni
contlaaoue •erT«*, u r«|t*rdif«l
ipy liM tapto!^ viili
'"rimepMw. 'Dm pro)»o*rtiM ia U j*av
eat oti the' wag** mromt quarterly, to
fwltauc# the pwtmmoj per mm «*arr »i*
for fife yfar*. mhmm th« pramtaui
p#T cast.. what* it ia K» iwuu.
Ji iooka T«ry piaaaiblf. hot tb* vn Mk
Whv owmM th»y ad().' th* to our wa*w
)|.uvi let a* bo aponaoi* tot oar own woclaJ
5»*lfaw Th«y tfaiak n la aom»thttt: an
Jiaa*3 for a eovpMration to do any
JbiUK for th# t)urt th«y art
^iot wMttfMiioci to, aui thay also wtmAmr
tik*
«6a«|Miay *Ul 4» Ihia
|ot ttM Jditi |iant Ui^ tmnot
3« not io It for th«ir naapioyff** iu Chi
^afio and MichUfku he •jnploy*'* romaiu
|*»r thf t'bwaio. Buriiogtou A Qniaay
'itrtk*. which thajr allafea tk*t tto#r«
-m aoaia (rf «ag*« for "ifttortuadwU"
"•||Bd "Tatenwrt" a»1 th*t the pno
ottuo of braJfc«a«ti aiwl Sreaaau kmpl the
w#r iMa*t full, wbil# the "rrtRrW
%a- i#i go faat aa th#y hrcam«' vataraaa.
think tb^ra ta a^aigfer th«
4*at the oompaoy wmut tu (teatroy th« «ol-
Ihty tl#
tfh the «a«e to th« %omp«if by pianaihla
frop»»itloi»#. hunibft thin* thay al^f*
that tba «mpaay »*«t» to put ibacoai
v *ud*r obH^mttooa lo it. 1 ha
taut ia otttxi'W of th« city lnntta. and by
thrrt the comp«iiy #«v«a tuauie-
t^•pitt|e
,»i «»*#«, par anauta. It ia
tomtit by kwpi»« th« oomruuuity o» Xkm
#upany aid# »y B*f*andiiJ« or
||iNi.ti0(i. oateu«iblv for the olavation of
social aod a»h«sat»Mv»l wnlfar tb*
d«y» t^t couuuuitit} rept»#«ute4 hi tta
4|Ay «mm»1 will lilwrally ie«*# thani
4*t of tba Itaaita and apara tkwia the
jxp^uflltore at f*l.O(X» ?»w in city
flfc\oa. U to b« *pra*d upon tb«
fliofwrt) of tba amployaa ao«l small prof»
%ty ovnara. Boi the auaafamfiul lay it
the beoaflta of prosit u»t) Th« pla«t in
.•aid to b® ciaartu* a pruAt oi day
*1 5m).tNK a year, and Um »«*o #hak«
limt h^twia iu donbt u*ar a proposition
^tat
Vifot»#t«
tockndi,
*tmaut*
•A
i'M,
rt-*
r''
Vr
i'J?
thatu i por aant. ou |1 A to
ut*ariy a year to a pro Wet #d
^i*^s $J^600.00U aonuallj.
4TOII I RtMIlVAl. UBIL.
Rilun mmd PttbtUhar# ot HI
1 Twrk WwU tnairt^O.
T-^t April
I'hu gland jury has juat teodtd in in*
against Jonaph PtUtair, Jobs
Jalitta Ch»8ab#rs aad Jmmm f.
fnUian, of th# York H'wrld, for th* «Hmi
4|»i UWi of ai-Jndga Milton.
Pr«partat ta Pah. j.
Aprtl SI.
Tha anthtwrtttna throughout Parm art
l^ntinuiag thMr anarfratk «marN U
'ptwvMut any d»Mturb»ti«v tv iuorrow. Th«
pttlit-a antmtf t. arraat »uan-bintik iu thi»
wt» *u»|»*H"t#d u l»'iu^ "oue«i»i|
#itb a plot t4i tnatiKWhM larai^loei fef
of dyuunita.
11 'ataa ^aoMNi
AprUSO.
TtMS annnat stockboldara' ntwHlif
aion Pacific company wna b#id thi* for#
i'b* only haiiK* w*« tb# aiacAton
dim-tor of Mwwi Hnfbitt. of CManiro
4 Northwaat«rn railroad oompaay, to Wf
4|m4 Uiw l*Ui Uariii
iwttii issr?A
A a(ia«iai trow Hrnahy landing tays tba
rit watar ia timmg tbare ra|rtdly that
t* thoaght t»*«rty all lb** pkntidioiis
^luuud tbar** will im ioandal«t, Th« «le«r
|jrt* i*oam»i fro'u tha «w«mp» ia dr*TOi and
||r« batog mteiimmly st*ti|fM*f«t.
Hm AM»#rt«*»o (owamtot
'I aka lh* oHIinary man—add to hia
aiUi, virtue, and to hia virtue, knowt-
K?
§eh.tdh
and ift t«rop«r-
tndgodiijtaati,hi«toStnoni'wfge,
eo- and to lib torn prance pa.tien*«.
to hi# end to
k broth«rly ki»dn*taa and
1)harltv Then Ui«ae fuudamontal
..-s a«li' .vrtsiln more modern and I
.p*rAfi«l os»*«* w«ll-draaa«3d and
iuan:K-r*d |»«f«onalU.v. ft deter
v4r.tned
but imciM premmm n »bmwA
|ua)4fht laio human naUtr®. w» the
lo t«ll a capital ttlorv All
tbaaa b«foi o you an have the a«tx»*»
ju. .'uuitu' rcinJl travall«r-—tb«t charge
i^artatlr »xpo»*ntand pKiduct Amori
jjaA buainaaa meibodA and busioa#*
{lit. a*va ih# *h» W^nasti ariaa from tba
|4Wut Tows.H tk* workt»a»#B.
i
ll' 'A'-tvJt.w
(.KiAKTH KLKt'TlOSi PRArUg.
llrMtton* M—s i i»n«ie*#f«l Mt tt» Blasts
I try LM» In I'NM-no- A Nwmfcrr mt At-
®«r. *.«»• April
The sensatlofe «f Mw km ia piHtlWl
i is th* discovery by tba Hate's
aey of gtgwntir election fraud* in tlw
1
Twenty-fourth ward. tba same ward in
i wkicb tbe fraud* w^-re committed tr, i0M
MMl in connection with wht-b 'dacfcin was
saat to toe penitentiary. iu tb* ragistry
th# atHt« a attorn^\ baa diacoverad o?ar
Aft fictitioriw uaiui'!. Five man of tbo*«
who voted under them illegally are under
»n»«i and warrant* for thirty Dn mors are
Wayar Braal fifWai.
NarvVomc AJKI
The McOwn tMttiaou ia at ill the cur
rant tops? of conversation Mny or (trut,
in an intci via*. «iaj«! that two waekit a^ro a
««tl k nowii ia*y-r r-mtoc iu b« i(Rv «ad
Ujgno talkiDK alx'Ot Mrf'ani) auI hia
Monn Kt. Viooaat laaaa, «UKK^tiiif( that
it miffM ba wt\\ to aatiafy M.-raun and
h»va no trouble with him.
"Tbi« !aw**r *»li to mt-. Mayor Great
oontinuiMt. that aun aoalu ba
to irtll* for $| i.lXMt. provuiad th« Mo oat
»t S i:t-.au( iihonlii b** m»iitina«d to
htm far mju month* lou^^r.ur nix w*ok» ptrr
hnpn II v*a. I atu ihA aqra thrb. Ha
f|nv« m» to amleratan*) ttiat ba «m MC
i atiii fri#tul, and aaid that M« C«oo
Udkad a ftnd daai of uttifT about Mr. 'm
k*r ant mymlf wbieb it wonld ba aa w«ll
not to k«Tf fnadk»(pnbito. I told any visitor
that it «na imwatanai to mm vbnt Mot 'aon
had to aav and that I wo'ild not iriva bins
•18 uor li, r«nt«. 1 aatd that 1 bail narar
had any ralatioua with Mo Can n and would
hava nothiBf to 4* wttfc ktai sadvr My
cirenmatHtio#*."
Tb» protaiaoiit tnwyar to wfc«B tba
mmror trfirwl is liichard 8. NawoMftb.
DRAWN A AA1.A1V.
Hmgk MaatrTan* c«auaaw
of' tl»»- niM tbrtoa T»'—awry,
tMBWiWN, April SO.
Tb« approachiafr tnamngn nf flie
iianghtar of »an. Boaaorans to Gov. Toola,
of Montana, n-oalU attautioa to tha faot
thnt "OW Kniy* in atiii a m«Bb*r
of tkt HamaM ndmiaist ration. AU
thot^h ha ih a brigadier ganaraJ
of tba Unitad Htataa «nBy on tha
rMind liat, dan. Boaarrui in ngut*? of
tb Hiatal Htataa treasury an( ia lik«-lv to
Huid tU »t iac nuttl bm four-yaar t«rtn
bas It ta a *ar #a«y bartb with
«ni«rv t»i •fi.iNK). and tharc «M aonaa
tww*H a twoat of ap|iicMuata for It Praai
•i»nt fl«rn-4n tlo»g not coontder that it
*owW bt mime thion to fly iu th« fao*» of
th«? *oid*t7 itifloenc® by romovtn^ tb« old
haro, end no h« contimiM to art ra«u
tar and drAwa th«* *ftlary. Ha ba* tnada
»«r\ fetod msuli %«rH:
».
when appointed, a*d M^ody
anMonx to gat rid ot him, **c*vt tbv man
who want hi* plao*. Tb*r« ia aon»a aort of
a In# on tb* atatate booAa ira*«»ting a
nan from drawing two aalajriaa. and th#
court of daiD»* baa m'antly decided tb*i
Oaii Adam Uadaao. who ia r#tir*l
ottoar, foffritad bin right to s»h ratine
when b* »«H^pted tha o6nan)ahip from
President *rant but (Jan. Boa«5rau«
on aouM technicality. It w mder
tood that wb*u b»« t«*rni aa a goverum««ut
oft«ud mmm ba will make hm Wmm
hta daughter at lltUu, Mont
mmk*
ICOimi AS)) UNATI.
ItrUf A«
•i «f Pr^«M»at*Rc«'ftaiiMi VMkarii
Co#(re»».
WunwTox. April
Aft«r tba raading of tba journal tba
house prooe*ded to vote n|»n tba pasaaga
of th bill for th« ebiMMtfteatioBi «f woratad
cloibtNi and wooiau rlothr*
In the m»nat« th« committed Mi foreign
rrU tou* raporbwl eonrarrant raaoiat.ou
raijtl#«ting tb® praaidant to negotiate with
th* govarnweutM of tiraat lintuui and
Maxuo with a via* of saenring treaty (top
ntationc for the |tfwv«ution of th« entry
into tht* I ntted Rtat*- of from
Canada and Maiiro, «nd immediata i-ou
•i?|«r»tton of it aakad. Tb« m«ol«tton
was laid o*ar till to monrow »od oobskiar
ation of thf nnatom adminjwtration t*
"1,n,*d" —r~—- :-i
A CSaaivtofa It art— l.aa».
49at,pwm* •. C.. Af»HJ *•.
A aatuarkabia leap frosa a moving train
was mad* by Vine# Woty, aa escaped eon*
net, who bail oaau recaptared in t##orgia
and, having lf«u e*tradite«1, was t»»Dg
taken to the p«uttantiar^. Thay were on
the faat pasaenger train and tba hands of
tba eonviet want tiaA vttfa a rope.
When pasting through
oouuey, tbt home ot Story, tha
gaunt left bit* wide a moment to jpt
dmik of watar. The window by the cor
viet had beat* left open to admit aw, and
th# guard had baitllv tamed his bark
when Story, with bands tied behind him
sat! th# traui making over fortv mil## aa
hoar, sprang bead first through the win
dow. Th« traiu was *topi»eti and backed
Bp, but nothing eon Id b«» fottn4
during coavtet. The gaard wmaiuad ba
il mS to cootinoa the s«*icb.
Mt»« t't*v«tiuMI Hearty Opaarae^
A ... is
T.j- Congressman Osnar frt?%pT
letter from bi« daughter, Mrs. Miihkeu,
saying that MM Itoar Eli»ab«tb Clevi
land, wUh herself and bnabeod. A. I.
Miiiiken, had narrow #«Kmp*' from drown
ing while akmg the Florida coast
,a«ar Pnata (toMa in a violent storm. Th#
d«Nck# of tii# beat, a sm#ll sailing craft(
«tn swept elfatt..-#il M» bapfage
«ttk the teat
l»r»w*w»*tlB *he MaihmwSt.
tiKsnotIMT* IJY, V *i«C} *3
Adolphns Eobetley and Frank
wera drowaed itt tba Mobawk rivar. at
MebaaacUily. N. I.» while retaming bom*'
ftam a Qshnsg trip.
v
¥aMmm tiisat Piuwanttaaii.
s
feBWUx April aw, a*
Tba government takiag great pr*« au
i tlnns to snpt»«aa« any disorder tlmt
fioattwww.by
V-
ayor yeaterday afternoon and fonaally
pr««ent«d a doenment demanding polkx*
n e i o n o e i n o n -e o y s
"The strikers," say* thi* document, havr
bebaved outrageously toward out wark
»u. who sre willing to work for aa. Tbatr
live# have been threatened they have baan
lat^mdstedf beateu with "labs and brick
haeu waviahl when going and coming froiu
tfetir work, their homes have been invaded
Mid threat* mad* to burn thom down if tbay
aontmael to work for or if they did aot
join tb«* anion. At least three of our
workmen are lying at daaib's door from
bamg i-labbad nnmeroifoliy by th« stribars.
arpentpra and Builders' asaociation
Is oompoae*! of law-abntlugcitizen* Tbay
bavn buudrtMiii of thoaaanda of capital m
veatetl in this eity, and all we ask for ia
protection ia our rights and privilege* to
oarry ou onr lawful avocation, as every elt
izsn and taxpayer «»xje t« in a well-gos
srned eity. We estimste that ther art
enough carpsotars wiliiog and aniiona la
this «ity to do all tb* work tbat is aaw
to be don# if they art only protaoMI
l*be building interests of tba city have
bona paralyzed by tha action ot the strik
ers. but K'taittlui.- us th« protection We
ask Ohicago will »oou again be la tta
nana! pr©«j»rot»t» eoodltion."
thief Maral^ and hia Jvc police taa|MM!
tors bald a loa« oansoltatkHi and made
ro*. TV preaeot «ar|»aatera' strike, tbe'
thr^at«n«Hl «tnke of th* }*ckera and the
big labor yarada havama4e nsi.-us8K extra
pracsutioa* to Moat aajr
may ari«*.
JOHN rillNAatJkX.
A CaUfeauU ln«fMMler Valla BW tha
Heathen 1- viMte tk« Law.
WsaMIHOT-. Apr it
Tbe aeeretary of tbe traaaary has n
Mind a loug report from Mr. 1. E. Coon,
Chi near iasjeotor at Ran Dietru. Cai to
regard to th« »iung((hQg of Chineae into
the 1'nited Stataa from Mmioo. He ssys
tbat a csaiaful inspection of tba country
aad roads oroasing tba stale Haa from
Ttajnanua to tho monnmsnt at the M?a
shows that tbe op|Httunitiea for crossing
over into this country are many and that
it is impossible with tba present foitw to
prevent all tbe Chinese from entering the
ooantry. He says that the smuggling of
Chinamen into tbe rotted .Htatrn in a
profitable traffic of no small dimensions
and that it baoked by vary baa?? aapi
tal with the prinntp&i baadqtarter* at San
JPrancuK-o and Chins.
MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA,THURSDAY, MAY 1,
THE LABOB SITD1TI0M.
Early Reports Say the Status
of the Carpenters' Strike
Is Uncertain
President Goidie and Master Carftfi
ters Ask for Protection tq Non«
Onion Employes. ?[._
-.
ArrangremenW» for Conoartcd AtsHoii
To-HI urrow—The News froJTn
All
Tbe evid^nee seems to be tbat eot.trarts
art made in Ohms to deliver aafaly each
Chinaman on American, aoii and a guarao*
tee given. If tbe delivery ta made in
safety the moufy (fltt is |»aid. The
Obinamen art provided in China with
tlduis to various parts of Msuoo, aad oa
arrival in th# harbor of Han Fraueieco are
transferred to a coaster, by which they are
taken to Kns«nata ot other |oints. "But
tba real destination at the (guuaman."
aaya Mr. Coon, "is tba 1'nited States, and
no matter where h«* lands, h# it in Mexico
or Canada, he will at th# earliest pos»tbJe
moment work bi* way to his onginat dta
Maation.
"The nation of lb* aoeratarjr of tba
ttaaaury piohdhMag fwtber traeefere in
tbe harbor of Ban Pranciaoo was is most
fortunate o*dar and will serve to ohe^k the
traffic for a time at least, bat I appr*ht»wd
that in th« near future «teaiu*bip tmes
will bring thsm direct from China and bind
thorn on Mexiean soil ai near tbe T'nited
States as possible, so they may Anally
roach th* country tb«*y »re looking for.
IjagiNlatiou on this sabjeot by cougress,
if well v^ooantered, will afford tem|H*rary
relief and in my opinion it will be found
aoneasary for onr government to negotiate
trtatv stipulations with Meviro and the
Brtttsh government whereby tbosa nations
will Htclnde Chinamen from their territory
Ott this oontlneat.
The surest and tba MMOt sp**dy and
aoonooiiesl puiuabjaOat tbo Cbtowaae ean
hava aad tbe one to be moet dreaimi by
bam ia to sand bka at oaee to his d»'ivs
MtRK«rHaik. AyirU *.
A Pierts. fe. D., apoalal Mfa i*mw*ltf
pvairie fires have I«sb raging ir» the HIout
roaorvatioa. A man named Hhonn lost
Afty head of oatt»a and aarrowiv acai ed
with his life. Thn itas were set kf la
who have since been arteataft.
tilo«i
•LA*n. l»r» April g.
in a^gbt with rii««i bet^oou aatea aaA
non amou M»m«i oa tb« oiumbia
rivar about forty tailae from ortiaod,
Ot*,. oae man was jultod. anotbsg laWlly
wottadad aad thraa eertoualy hurt,
"A
1
OuirMMk
Chi( \fnl 90
Tb« a^tileuiaat of tba ftSTpaaiTl' Ittikt
Is ••111 somewhat nnearfatn T,st» wrtw
da aftornoon »tron« fe«'liui derelop
auouK tb? men again*! a settlement of th
strike with th«- ue» association. Thev
think tbat the new orgattitaiion aaano
atupioy ruore than ur .'MMJO hando
i and are up(xa«d to otHning to terms ualeae
permanent work can ba guaranteed to al
tha !i»«tti}»"rn tb»* iiuMii.. I'he\ say that
i work ba» (Miuiuiatpd Uuriug tue strike.
anu tlsat the u«» otyanimation rouM far
mab work for all bands for a weak or two,
but aft»r tbat most of th«m would have to
dtMObarfie half their tmploves.
President Gold a ooramittae of tbe
old Master Carpenters asswiatton met the September, has improved" iu" her general
$'
r.*,
TWrwry rtERT IX ORE*
atrtba la a Mawiaaa MtpaOwasMl bg
as. Feet Meti.
Moaa A|»ril
A dispateh from Barker aayw tbat MM af
rirht -«t «tr»k «»v«r kuourn iu this camp
has to th* Mas A Kdna nt)ut.
Th«. littfbt «orkmen brnk* into a jitl if
-alid carbonate* and g&l»'>in. They have
Kant ui twenty feat and are still in ore.
rtiis silver rum* was aoiif .«t.»iit two veara
s®o to ArmiiiKtoti & f*ein»*. of ?it, Punl«
who bsve dons rou«ii«rable work
it, Kkt MerrwH ba* rttnrued
to Barker from tbe egt)oni(e
dfatrict and report* that tt is one of the
gteateat nnproapeete^l districts in ths
lie it mount Atu H» brought with hira
son»« Out- bard carixuat« ore to »»nfi the
•tat«Qt"nt. Two I callous haw teru mai4
"S v«t|) which in all foot whir. Many
niitroati workmen and others we rnshing
hfc. Ths oamn is fiva miles from tbe rail.
ro*d now building Montana fei.trHl rai
roal Huiteyorh have arrn I at Harkcr
Kveryon^ t-late1 mid i \*itemen rau
bigb Ths a1v«uee of 10 aaats in ailear is
a strong impnla«« to mtniutf Tba
Falls s*J vet ameiter hexia *M aooa
bjl worked to its full caparitv.
M» M*ver H^Baiur.
Maw \o*a, Aprtl '*}.
Mrs. JaaMw ti B!a»o«, jr.. wbo
lying ill at tho I'arcival A|»artment houae
»a W«it Forty• second street siooe last
health of late, but the improvement faa*
aot bt«a so great as her scores of friends
had hoped for Hb® im mach brightsr suti
mow obeerful. and it haa been possible to
b« oceasionall} from Um» had to a
neighboring pouoh. Sit* ba* gaiaad ia
(4reni?th and alao in flash.
With it all boeovei. there remauiH the
•am#1 discouraaiuf conditioa of things so
far as the rheumatic limb is com-ern^d. A
great deal of inflammation is still there aad
tha power of movement baa only bean re
covered to s a limited satsnl At a consul
tation of ten leading physicians the other
day, inclndibK Ers. Loomin, Allan.
l-sna. Hamilton, Hay re and Wyakowp, two
at ieast shaved that Mrs. Blaine would
aavar be an? better than ah* if now.
Others thought, however, tbat ah* wonld
in time gat baok thirty or forty degrees of
movemeut. while an «h|mJ nambar bad
faith that xbe wonld again I* a perfectly
•oiin.i and well woman.
CaMle wad l*aoe«« llatli II—.
Vloar V atmk, lad.. April an
tieorge Zimiuer. a farmer living at Mays*
rils. led., was told by a neighbor lo rab
fci* fows with keroaen*. as that would ei
terminate the vermin with which they ware
mfasted. Ziuifflfi did so, applying ths
k*ro&eua very freely until the eow« were
thoroughly saturated with tbe oil. Shortly
i a w 8 8 5 N a n
hoi branding iron the ksrosan#.h the mi
and in an instant tbe cow was enveloped
In flaosos. A atainpedM followsd. The
burning cow mingled with tbe rest of tbe
hord uatll eight of tbe animals wore
•blase. Tboy ruabad into a barn, setting
ite to tbat also A haystack was next
OonMumad. The animal* soon dropped
dead. The barn was savod after Mr. Ziui
Bier had b. en quite weverly burned in an
attempt to extinguish the flataaa. Tba
?ermin wom axterminatsd with the eowa.
»ta«a» »1 Wheatt ta tba WwrtawaeS.
lMMK*eOU*, April i*.
FlgUrts compiled br the Vorthirextirr,
Millet «how the atock of wheat held in
privet* elevator* at Mlnueepolia, and not
included in the visible vupply state moot,
to b« 1,7Kt,oM) buabels. a decrease of 08,
(KMi basbala. This leaves th« utock at three
points as follows Minneapolis, public,
7 baahels private, l,784,«st
bauiieis Duluth. 5,H7ii,r#Hi Ht Paul, iyn,
Otto total. I6.*71i,j6h busheix, decrease,
bushein. The Murkcl iitrorii eati
mates tbe stock of wheat la eountty ol«
?ator» Minnesota and tba Dakotoa at
3,"90,f»oo l»n*h«J*. a lecr«a«« of
bushals for tbe we«k. Tbi« make* a total
of btmhel# that termaiai and coun
try otevator stocks fall off dnrtng last wook.
tfPAUK* PHOM T11.E WlltES.
Cakduuiio, who #da Boitoa,
Kiis. Del 1889. it I* bow thought waa
Bturdeiad.
Jomn ChiJVDSKiM killed D. Massay at
Faarlasa, W. Va. The men had '{Barreled.
fiwoinaax Waei* was kille«l by an e*.
ploston of gas h. the CnMMi Paotttc eoal
mine, near hey«nus, Wy. T.
A rot a Kojbmo shot aad killed H.
B«rger on a ranch at Frasao, al. Koenig
waa p«rsu®d by officers wad fatally shot.
John Rklun, a oonvicts' guard at the
Daioroai uiiue. near Trenton. Oa., waa
•hot and killed by A. L. Jordou, a fellow
gaatd.
H. J. Bovmaio, a yoaag P*taba*g rail*
road man. Vis «rr#«t«Kl chariceiT wllfi em
bexjJiug belonging to hi« moth» i.
I«v.hth..a rins at the Leavenworth
Soldiers homo ia regard to tba alleged un
just and cruel treatment of the soldier*
disclose* that tlwrv aa llttla of tb* coiw of
train to the obargf
i.*«n*o^i» I.ik t*w. at Ballalr. O., **o
rHary of the a»olimakers branch of tha
Glaasworksrs aaioo, bas loft town, aad Is
dtuurgad with being ahort iu hi« aeconnta
With tlw uoton to the amount of ftaki.
THE reinaint of a young mitn, mangled
^d at re wd along the traok of tbe Cboaa«
peaka A Ohio railroad, ware ptekad an by
the cw» at apaasrngar train opposite Oia*
«nnati Th« identity of tbe vtetim is no»
known,
Lmmi the Wwteti Dab
FaSMUtKi.rHtA, Ajwit ifti
At inmt #55,000 wa« lost v Hi" rc-ceiit
Isiiur*- at th* keystone Watch lob eom
pany and Atcbiaon Ilroa., |«*w*lt?rs» of
rfailiwtslphw. and Kaystote ^tafidartl
Watch Maiitifactnrlag company, oi Lan-
Fa.
\mi
—m ~J
.'Wmm to? gsislaeli .-Vl,
taaOsH*/ April Mft,
At the Newmarkift sieetiog the r.tee for
S,0O» gainess naakea for •'l yoar-oki*
Won hy Sn
Oreaae third
'X
WE 6KE4TWT RMC W RABTft.
•bwi ta What a CslsaiH*aV
®aHe Oar Oen Ptilnwaa T. Hm in hi hi
3Mr, Phincas T. Bannuit still liugava
withiii our aiioroA, rcIu«tant to t*»a! hsm
s*lf fr«»ni tiif of ht« a luiircra.
Hi« uifiia^^ne ba* reniored ut tbe
i:rne«.Hi* n«*v»«r w«» huinbly trtiat, to
ba again wen or mentioned »u thia aid*
the lri.ad Atlantic Mr. Bariiiun haa
rhararuriat!ca!lv taken lii« laavi- aomo
tini»» lxfore taking Inn doparttir? in a
letter which it woubl I** difficult to
match for taste and stylo. II i* beadod
"Bartimii'a r'arfat'li." It in dat«'d "this
lTlit il:t\ of iebruary. it »peaka
"tny greatest ahow on earth,"
and it concltnim aa follows: "T
Ditto addrosa tin world through the
medium of ttie* iatmt winiilerful invcn
tion 1\Ii*oii'h phonograph so that my
voice, like my great ahow, will reach
futnr» general nma, and be hoard con
Itirn^ uft«-i I havo joined the great and,
•a L«liev^, happy majority A ma
thoiuatician haa. we l»eliev»», lately cal
cnlattKl tlist tli« deiul are tin- minority
afUr ai! audi the rapid growth of
population We can not pretond U
follow- thin ingenious speculation But
wa may \eutnre to pronounce thoae
happy who hav»* not vet made the *c
quaintu'ov o| Mr mmm.or Uia show,
or liir advertisement*, or hia atones, or
hia hoata. or hi- gueata, or anything that
is In*- The pliraae agmnat which a
mathematical a^aault has been tualo
w®a not, ||r. Chambtnlain attppoeea,
iaventml ly th#* late Mr Bright, or ev«a
by hia friend Mr ('olvlen.
Now that Mr. iiarnutn has adopted it,
tta long careor may fitly close, as oa
tractam cloaetl with llyperbohis and
con at ruction by Blne-lxatk with Mr.
Biggar. li do«* not ap|x»ar that the
Tailed .States are weeping for Mr liar
nnm or refuse to be comforted becauae
he la not in them The American ]»eo
pi« Have not even, so far ap|ears. in
timated any tni|»erative desire that hia
visit U Kugland should Isb curtailed.
Perhapa thev are aated with the num
ber of biggest things on earth which
have aiiccessivelv paiwed liefore their
jaded eves. Poliafw they are willing to
wait the la}»se of centnrsos, when
scientiti) enthnxiaats will lister, with
•HMtaav to the voici' of Bartium. It may
bo tbat they wonld even suffer his re
main* to ropoae in an English church
yard without raining an international
difficulty. The decadence of ia»
auitable to the sliownan, who must b#
more or leas out of place whore naturff
is herself in tho bnnineaa It is not eaaf
to disfigure Lomlon, but Mr Barnnm,
with hi# wonderful aiMiteneaa. haa ov«r
ootue all obstacle*, and intenaifl«^i th*
norma! hi«i»«oii»»i,eeM of the hoarding. If
i» apjallr)')'g t»» rrflect tbat hia cotiuten
ance ham ga/.ed up«'ii uh for more than
fourtaao waaka, and ha* caused both
tin.*
We do not gmdia Mr. Barmim his
paoaniary snct-eas. (In the contrary,
we ciiiiceive that to be his appropriate
reward. H»« fumiahed amnaement of
the moat hannleaa a»rt for many thon
sandN of childr«»n. and if eo^lc were
morbid enough to ina(«et hta mon
strositiM. they ha?e only themselves to
thank if they had the decency to ba
dugnated. Unt if it were practicable,
it would be advantageous for thia na
tion to acquire ot resume sonic sense ofj
dignity. Great Britain i* open to all
the world. Either Mr. Barnum or any
other soU-ailvertisittg tradesman is free
to oome and go as ho pioasoa It is
quite necvasary that hia arrival should
be ceiebratexi by public rejoicuig and
(wtivitw, a« if he were the i'fosident,
or a new American Minister, or an old
American author? Must poors and
mom bora of Parliament danoo attond
anoe uj*»n tlie proprietor of a circus, or
write long and eloquent letters of
apology for not dining with ium Hav
ing mahed into the arms of Buffalo Bill,
we were, perhajM. bound to ah»w our
fairness and consistency by effttsivoiy
embracing Phinoas T. Barniun. Per
haps we may now pause, draw the line,
recover our composure, and not again
make ourae^es the laughing-stock of
educate! foreigners.
Barnum has been daacribod bf A
zoalous and zoological twfmrter, wbo
iniiat have forgotten hia Gladstone aa
well a» hia grammar, aa the most won
derful of the octogeuari* of th© tugm-"
When "the unmt w«ulerfnl" s|MHnnieil
of thi* lotanic class rrtums U hia native
land, ho will not be aMxmpanied ftrotuf
his ship by admiring crowds, nor will
he Vie oDtertauiod by tb# cultnre of
BoaUm, or even tho wealth of NW
York. His arrival will o\«te juat a^
much or juat an little onthwiiaam as Mr,
Pepper oxciImI here on his return frora
Australia the other day. W« do ni|
add to onr ropntation abroad by thi*
indiscriminate fnas ovor foreign oolo^l
hritiea and notorieties. A populaf
preacher from the capital of tho Empirtf
State e once announced to loctnre ii|J
Han Francisco on tbo "Seven Plague* of
Sew York." Tbe comment of the New
York Trthunf was brief and pointed,
"Dr. forgets,** tt ran, "that «utoe
lie left tlri* 3t? tlMro are only six.*
Barnum might do worse than discourse
on the bores of Irfmdon, whs havo
raliieil nnnd him in slio«l«, andpreaaod
Rim hard aa oin|*iler« of extracts from
tlie works of Mr. Josopb Miller Bnt
tme born ta going from among tta who,
thank heaven! is not likely t*. cotso
back i.ondon Saturday «#rw»w,
"A rteaikili PtolT
fMiaa—*What are vou wattii_
bore for?
Sad Yoeng Ma»—Pm wtiliai to
a fellow get thrown down tho
Its the iellow who lieat m« o«t of my
girl. He has inat gone in thove to
her father alanit iettiii^ hi* Nnaent
knew he wan au.% have -sent fouu
I soldiers ami a Ixx-k ajjsrit ju thorn
wtthin th* tail half how.- *W»rwMmM
ShortLI?o
Tii one of the group* of
I land* !'.!% ne*iu tha
i Frieudl? Asiand-* there waa
0 "Ml* "«ajwa-'«f1^ 'CTY 'W11*
voKWllf'
Tou|pi or
PRICE FIVE rENTS.
during a whole night an almost oon
linuous aories of earthquake*. At tba
tiose a submarine eruption rak placw
the laiaii'la A short
time afterward the British ship Fale&u
t""fc anudiiigs at thia a pot and found
ihat there had been raised on the bad
of the ocean a mound 1*0 feat high tha
summit of which wm fHi) below the ear
face.
In October. 1885, tbe Kev Mi Bakar,
thf Prim}* Mimatei of the Kiug of tha
Tonga Ihlandn. chanced t* bo creWiDf
n«'at thif place when he witre^sed. oa«
of tbe moat »tu|aindoua of nat trai phe
nomena. the formation of an island
\cording uia account ^ont to ths
liovai e 'graphical Hootety. vast
Kiasaea of pn! v«*ri/^d vloatiic mattar
were thrown with territle foroo to a
Wight of several thousand foot. Mia
gle-d sub thia were clouds of :aiVotd
ami Milphuroua gases btcb •a.)ande4
ala»ve into clouda of day/ling whttoness
and fautaatic aha)aa Th* heavier Mat
tes quickl feli but the tighter daflt
dnfted away at a great elevat: n
There wore thret* large and *o?«raJ
amall jets Tin- column from tho iMy
•k rushed upwards from tim«- tv Mn«
like a solid wali of dark matter oft«i
branching like a pine tree I'he neii
dav there waa an island forty foot hifh
and at lea»t a mile in circuit. It con
"tinned grow with th* aaeoaaaiva
)eruptkua which oontinned for a loaf
'time, until it became about five oailea
kn£ by three milea troad.
V erv recently the British ship EfKk
touch»h1 at Falcon Island, for so it wm
known, Mid discovered that it was fa*t
disap|earing beneath the aiffaoe of the
oeean. At a vary groat risk an explor
ing party landed and ittnied to tlM
highest point of the island, where thay
-planted a flag-staff about aixty foot f«OM
the etlga of cliff and HIV) above the i
level
The island was compoaed of vole
•bder* which had ail the uppoaraM*
oi coke, but becam# liqnid wbeu put la
the fire. In places they wore ao hot a*
to make walking over them fsitn/ul aad
evoii dangoroua. Among them war* to
be found here and there salphurooa
springs. Hoaroaly had this adventuroaa
exploring party regained their ahip,
when a large part of the cliff fell iaio
"the aoa, making a huge column of
jvapor. In three days the flag-ataff ite,
hal diMp|)«are«i.
The Loudon iiraphu gave a lav
months ago. a picture of the iatawi attt
ap^.'»r.tij whan last seen.
Fbbbj Mlstakea,
T"% ef•i one knows the story of tha
^Frenchman who. while sitting with hi*
lace cloao u tbe open window of an En
glish railway oar, heard a shout al
"Look outand, popping out hia hand
accordingly, received a tremendM*
bump tbe foreheswl frmn tbe j«a
rwiD a» ut •t.up- ...SU
aienr etclaiiuNi indignaatly: "Inglie
man big fo*»l! He My 'Look out!' vqm
he mean 'Look iu
A similar miaooneeption occurred dar
kg tbe aiege of Hehastopol, say a a
.writer in llarptrr'n Mayastne, when aa
jEogltah guanlatuan waa "brought mqT
for liavmg given a severe thrashing ta
a French greuaiier, the Kngbshmaa'*
only nplsnstion beuig that "1»«- wotiMI
'ave it. and i juat 'ad to give it hint."
It ap]eared im inquiry that the guaria
man had ac«»«»st©d the other in what ha
snp|wsed to be French, ami that tha
miz/.led Frenchman h*ul exclaime«l la
bewilderment "Comment?" Ilo-wf)
which John Bull misbaik tor "CoMa
on." "Come on yourself, then,'* he
*roarad, "if you will ava it and forth
•with the fisticuff )ogan in earaoet.
But more startling than all was III
mistake male by a Qu«*en of P«nm*ll:
ilurtog her vmit to the 1 aniah -lony off
Iceland, where tbe gtaxl old bi*hop «K*
lerted hmiself to the ntmtatt show bar
teverythin^ that was worth seeing Tha
,yueen |mm! many (compliments to bar
host, and, having learned that he waa a
family man. graciously inquired hoar
many cluldren he had.
Now it happened that tlie DenMh
word for "«hildreii" was almost indeaii
oal in sound with tha Iceland word tor
"sheen ao the worthy biahop- whom
knowledge of !aniah waa not so COM*
plete it might have been under
atood her majesty to ask bow :uaay
aheep he owned, and promptly anawaradl
"Two hnndreil."
"Two hun.lred children?" oriad 4m
ynaen. ustoundad. "How can?MpM*
sibl v maintain such a number IT
t'aailv enough, pleaa» your majeatf,"
Tepiied the hyerla)r»jan prelate with*
eh*H»rfni sniib- "Iu the aumuiei I tun
thorn out upon the hill* to graae, aa4
when winter oomas I kill and eai
Vow the Inlfr tas&el al IU
4,H«
was the juickeat man at seehlg
a (kmnt I e\er knew, said a dateotiWk
"I remember one da? I had an aaaaall
and battery ea*« In his court, (Mt
Polack ha*l at ruck another with s hsM
mer 1 made out a »m strong caM,
and 1 dnln see how the prisoner -ot|id
got ont of it. Just as the witnesae* for
the defense were about U»be sxaminiMl
the man who had !een asaanlted ahowad
me a macluniHtV hammer he had
brought along, Informing me that that
was the hammer he bad be**u ati iteh
with. To make •joavictiori, doubly su|»,
1 sent the man up to the stand again lo
show tho murdecoua-loohkm weapoa it
the JimLm.
And yon say the prisoner strnik
yow in tbe iir«*he*d with that haMateft
adked the judge.
"Yea, ttr.*
riiat wm Ao the piieoaeg l»
dhargod
As von may aitppoee, I waa thumb*
•tyuok1 I didn't know what to wake gf
it, bnt aa I thought it ov»r it came t©
me, The man had been lying, tot it he
had ever been -attack on the for*h«Ni
with such a hamrtor aa he exhibit®!
his skull wonAl t»a?i- Iseu ertlsdwl t«,
I learned auhaauooatly that h* hau uai
been att ack i» *he hmA with a h*mot«
e a U
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