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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF.
i C. HOSUER, PiUskir. -
A DcEfci paper Ktatcs that General
Komaroff 'grandmother was an Irish--woman
of the name of Macnamara.
A curious legal document, executed
1y Napoleon I., was sold at a public I
caloin France the other day for one
thousand six hundred and fourteen
Kixo Humbert and Queen Marguer
ite of Italy were received with extrava
gant demonstrations of affection by
the Neapolitans upon a recent oc
casion. Dn. Doremus, is left-handed from
the fact that ho was born without a
Tight hand. Ho makes twenty-five
thousand dollars a year from chemical
analysis, mostly of patent medicines.
The Michigan IIousc of Representa
tives jesterday passed over Governor
Alger's veto the bill allowing minority
stockholders in joint stock companies
representation on the Boards of Di
rectors. The lamp which General Sherman
carried from tho time he entered the
army, in 18G1, until he camped on the
south bank of the Potomnc, in 18o7i, is
now preserved at the Soldiers' Home at
Dn. Hunt. Secretary of tho Board of
Health of New Jersey, says that hog
cholera cost the farmers of that State
in 1884 two hundred thousand dollars,
and the loss thus far this year is sixty
f It turns out that Harold B. Wallack,
the youngest son of the well known
actor, was secretly married in Phila
delphia last November to Miss Madge
D. "Fling. The young couple huve been
fonriven in true theatrical stvlc.
A teiikiijle and deadly disease was
reported prevailing in tho Seward Val
ley, N. Y. It first attacked Samuel
McRobcrs, who died, and since then
funerals have occurred daily. Tho
throat first swells, the tongue is paral
yzed, tho patient can not cat, and he
becomes double-sighted. No one had
recovered from the disease. It was
The preliminary motion of the Re
ceiver of tho Exchange National Bank
before the United Suites Court to re
move tho trustees of Bain & Brothers,
and appoint a receiver was denied at
Norfolk, Va. Warrants of arrest were
then sworn out by the United States
bank examiners against John B. White
head, late President, James G. Bain,
Vice-President, George M. Bain, Jr.,
Cashier, and A. T. K. Bain, Director.
Thoy gave bail.
Prof. C. V. Riley, Entomologist of
the Agricultural Department, says that
this country will soon be visited by two
great breeds of locusts of the seven
teen and thirteen year varieties. This
will be the first time in two hundred
ami twenty-one years that they have
appeared in conjunction. They will
riot prove greatly destructive, and tho
injury they will intlict will probably be
confined to fruit trees. Tho visitation
"will bo prolonged until late in July.
The count of the money and securi
ties in tho United States Treasury has
been completed. Everything was
found in a satisfactory condition and
tho reports of ex-Treasurer Wyman
were proved correct in every instance;
even the alleged discrepancy of two
cents reported in tho count of the cash
room was shown, on a recount, to be
incorrect, tho missing pennies having
been found on tho floor, where they had
dropped during the count. The books
and accounts of tho Treasurer's oflico
rere yet to bo verified.
A distinguished physician says that
fee is disposed to exclude vegetables,
with the exception of cereals and a
little fruit, entirely from the dietary of
nervous persons. Animal food is more
nutritious to tho nervous system and
to the body generally than a vegetable
diet. It has all the elements for the
formation of the tissues of the body,
and is easily digested. Man can exist
oa it in any climate. Of meats, beef
in by far the best. Pork is good for
-nervous persons, but is not easily
digested. It is a mistake abont eating
loo much. The majority do not eat
enough. Nervous dyspepsia comes
from working too hard and not eating
ejaougb. When a man begins to suffer
from overwork, he should eat plenty
f good bread and butter, drink two
quarts of milk a day and eat plenty of
good meat. When such a person re
sorts to a vegetable diet, he crows
weaker and loses his nerve power. ManJ
was made to eat meat and he never!
-will flourish on a vegetable diet.
The late Commodore Garrison was
aan of Herculean build and manv
stories are told of his feats of strength
ia his younger days. An old friend of
ais says: "His presence was imposing.
aad'he had a breadth of shonlder that-
was Herculean. I saw him once lift a
barrel of flour, with a aian on top of
at, and then throw them both off a dock
as easily as one would fliag a terrier.
jtte Has bad made a remark that the
Commodore objected to, aad without a
word the Commodore threw him over
board. He wasn't called Commodore
amea oaly Captain aad wherever
Cap tali Garrison was he luted the
r. ! the aarir dava of '50 he
was accredited with 'reacaiag a friead
f his from twelve border Mexicans
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aeks by mafiag them from
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Summary of thm Dally HWaV
PERflOAL AXD POLtTICAC.
Oscar H. Mills, Agent for the 8ac and
Fox Indians In Iowa, and Charles A.
Gould, Receiver of Public Moneys at Miles
City, Mont., have resigned.
Marsh Adams, the minstrel known tho
world orer by his rendition of "Old Black
Joe," died recently in Indianapolis of can
cerous affection of the liver. He was aged
forty-six, and leaves a wife, whose stage
name is Susie Wild. ,
Charles E. Hahbrook, of Kansas City,
has been appointed Collector for the Sixth
Colonel Francis DeWitoi has boen
appointed Governor of the Congo State,
and not Henry M. Stanley, as previously
stated. Colonel DeWinton will return to
Europe In 188tf, when Jansens will become
the resident Governor of the Congo State.
Hox. George H. Pkxdleto.v, the new
United States Minister to Germany, ar
rived at Berlin on the 13tb.
The President has appointed Ferdinand
F. Dufairs, of New York, to be United
States Consul at Havre.
Secretary Esdicott left Washington
on the Kith for Fort Leavenworth, to in
spect the military prison at that point.
The Democrats of the Illinois Legisla
ture, on the 14th, made a determined at
tempt to elect Morrison Senator. They,
however, failed. He received 101 votes.
Morrison thereupon withdrew, and Judge
Lambert Tree was inado the Democratic
The President has appointed Thomas B.
Simms Collector of Internal Revenue for
the district of Arkansas, vice Henry M.
Cooper suspended; also Charles B. Staples,
Collector of Internal Revenue for the
Twentieth district of Pennsylvania, vice
Edward IL Chase, suspended.
The President, on Leing invited recently
to visit Boston, replied that public business
would not permit him at present to fix a
date. . . -
Thf Sultan of Zanzibar has protested
against German encroachments upon his
territory and has appeuled to the treaty
powers in regard to the matter.
T'lE Minneapolis & St. Croix and Minne
ntiolig, St. Marie & Atlantic Railways wero
to Ixs consolidated.
The Adjutant General of Texas, was re
cently iu receipt of Information that IS,000
head of cattle purchased iu South Texas
by Abner, Taylor & Co., and en route to
their Dallas County rnnche, had been
stopped at Harrold, Wichita, County, by
North Texas cattlemen and forbidden to
proceed further. Bloodshed and trouble
were anticipated when tho drivo was at
tempted, the ownors of the cattlo having
applied to the authorities for protection.
The first train over tho Minnesota &
Northwestern Itoad reached West St. Paul
on tho l.'tth. Tho Minneapolis & St. Louis
Road will come into St. Paul over this now
liuoaftor Juno 1.
The Superintendents of the mints have
been authorised to purchase mutilated and
uncurrout silver coin at tho rato of Jiiuoty
cight cents per ounce.
Gexkkal Miiu)I.eto captured Batouche
on the Kith. The rebels were driven out of
the rillo pits at tho point of the bayonet.
A reduced copy of the Bartholdi statuo
of Liberty Enlightening tho World, wus
formally presented by American residents
of tho French capital to tho municipality
of Paris on the I.'lth.
A dispatch from tho Cheyenno Agency,
I. T., stated that a number of colonists had
reached Oklahoma und were engaged in
plowiug and locating claims. About one
hundred men were in the party.
A deputation of Mormon officials visited
the President on tho l?th, and presented
an address asking for fair treatment at tho
hands of tho executive.
The other day Constable Levi nnd a
posse went to Noblo'a Lake, near Pino
BlufT, Ark., to arrest Henry anil Jnmes
Nelson, fugitives from Mississippi charged
with murder. The men fired on tho jkjsso
from a log hut, wounding one of the posse,
and tho posso were compelled to leave for
A dispatch from Pittsburgh, Pn., of tho
l."th, stated that an extensivo strike was
imminent in the iron trade, tho Amal
gated Association not being able to mako
terms with the employers.
The largo brewery of M. Braud & Co.,
Chicago, caught fire the other evening and
was damaged to the extent of 250,000 be
fore tho flames were extinguished.
All tho striking quarrymen at Leraont,
111., went to work on tho l.'ttu and trouble
was believed to bo ended. 4
Statim Bet, who, it was believed, was
killed with Gordon in Khartoum, is, ac
cording to statements contained in letters
received by some of his relatives at Vienna,
still alive and at present a prisoner of El
A riot occurred at Trafalgar Square,
London, between the police and a mob as
sembled for the purpose of protesting
against the increased duties on beer and
spirits. The mob drove the police off, but
the latter returned with reinforcements
and made many arrest.
At Pineville, Ky., recently, Josiah Has
kins, his daughter and Charles Napier
were shot and killed by J. Johnson. Has
kias his little daughter and Napier were
returning from church whsn Johnson at
tacked them with a pistol and killed them
with three shots. No motive was assigned.
Johnson at recent accounts had not been ar
rested and was defying the officers
During a fire at Lawr?nceville, Pa., the
other night Mrs. Binder jumped from a
second story window and was killed.
Tax Department of Agriculture has dis
tributed during the past year 6,000 pounds
of beet sugar seed".
Tax Mormons at Paris, Idaho, made ao
farther resistance to the execution of the
warrants in the hands of Marshal Dubois,
bat a futile attempt was mads at Moatpe
lier to rescue the prisoners.
It was believed that the new Irish Crimes
act would abolish the right of search of
domiciles and that of special laws against
newspapers and pablic aeetuigs.
Most of the easiness part of the town ef
Darlington, Ind., was destroyed the other
morning by a fire started by a barglar.
The losses aggregated $30,000.
At the trial of the Loadoa dvnaniters
oa the 14th. Colonel Majeadie, Chief In
spector of Explosives, acknowledged that
the detonator f oaad ia Caaaiaghaw's traak
"was different front those f oaad at the ex
plosions. A trial atVctiac $6,000 worth of whisky
seised toy the County Temperance Alliance
was condaaed before Jnetice Saipman at
Wast Liberty, Iowa, tke liqnors brine nan.
dsmnsi aad ordered destroyed.
At the anaaal meeting of the
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secret oat. Taylor was held iu S1JW0
bonds to await the action of the Grand
Turn appraisers appointed tinder the will
of Wendell Phillips have mad at Boston a
return of his property to the Probate Court.
The total value they find to be 3GS, con
sitting of $4,338 real and $4,024 pvrsoaaL A
large number of securities are returned as
Chief Pocxtjxaker captured a train of
provisions bound for Battleford. Thirty
one teams and twenty-ono teamsters were
captured. Tea teamsters escaped. Thf
train was within thirteen miles o Battle
ford. A strange report came from the home
of Frelinghuysen regarding his sickness.
It was that during last February he drank
oorrosiw-tfublimate out of a mineral water
The bottle contained the poison
when it was filled with the mineral water.
Charles H. Rugo, the negro who mur
dered Mrs. Maybee'and daughter, Annie,
at Brookville, L. I., and who, within a few
weeks after, nearly killed the aged Mr. and
Mrs. Townsend, at Oyster Bay, and the
sexagenarian, Seeley Sprague, at East
Meadow, was banged at Long Island City
on the l.rth.
The municipal authorities of Paris were
urging the Government to grant amnesty
to political prisoners.
San Salvador has demanded of Guate
mala an indemnity of .10,000,000 for the
recent war, and will also insist ou the dis
memberment of that country.
The business portion of the village of St.
Charles, Minn., burned recently. Losses,
Fop.tt convicts escaped recently in
Brazos County, Tex. A mob opposed to
convict labor attacked the guard nnd re
leased the prisoners. Governor Ireland
offered )0 reward for the arrest of any
one of the leaders of the mob.
Wilhelx Hufk, an anarchist, recently
wrote to tho Swiss Government, threaten
ing to blow up tho federal palace at Geneva.
He was arrested, nnd rofusing to answer
questions, was conveyed to prison, where
he hanged himself.
At Shagrin Falls, near Cleveland, O., a
team of horses rap. awav with Spencer
Chamleriin, his wife and child. The man
was killed nnd his wifo and child fatally
Henrv Lewiston's house at Owatonna,
Minn., wus burned tho other night. Five of
his-children perished in the names, although
he mndo frantic efforts to rescue them.
Father Moulin, Parish Priest, wns
asked as to the loss of the rebels in the
fighting nt Batouche. Ho gave them as
fifty-one killed and IT.I wounded.
John Midoleton, chief of the notorious
Middloton gang, who has been missing for
ten days, was found drowned in the Potean
River, twenty miles from Fort Smith, Ark.
It was thought he lost his life while at
tempting to swim the river ou hor&u back.
Tun German Reichstag closed its session
on the l.'ith.
The revised eddltion of tho Old Testa
ment was issued on the l.'ith. The Arch
bishop of Canterbury was tho first person
to receive a copy.
The Louisville Agricultural works made
an assignment recently. Tho assets and
liabilities were unknown.
The appropriation for the payment of
bounty to volunteers, their widows and
legal heirs and for the pay of two and
three year volunteers has lieen exhausted.
TnE committco nppointcd to count tho
cash iu the Treasury completed their work
on tho l.'ith. The finished nnd unfinished
notes in the Bureau of Printing and Ln
graviag corresponded with the Treasury
At Cleveland, O., recently, a firo in a
building belonging to the Cleveland Pro
vision Company cnusc-d the death of a Mrs.
Sawyer and a little boy three years of
The business failures for week ended
May 14 were: United States, 1M)I; Canada.
Ifli; a total of 22!, as against 24S the week
previous. The casualties were-, pretty
evenly divided among the diirereut sec
Near Macon, Mich., nine persons were
poisoned by eating trichina in pork. One
died nnd it was thought impossible the
others could live.
A dispatcu from Shanghai says: Na
tive officials here received news from
Pekiu that negotiations between Franco
and China for a treaty of peaco have come
to a deadlock, France having mado de
mands which China is unable to concede.
The British steamer Numidiawas iu col
lision off Durleston Head, Eng., recently,
with the steamer Mcsdina. Ten of tho lat
ter's crew were drowned. Tho Numidia's
bows were stovo in.
Muxsell, the juryman in the Short-
Phelau case at New York, who was ar
rested at the end of that trial, was fined
fiVI and sent to jail for thirty days.
The Czar has sent General Komaroff a
"word of honor." The present was ac
companied by an autograph letter from
tho Czar, warmly praising General Komnr
nfl's military measures. A similar honor
was conferred on General Zakra jewski.
The Clearing House returns for week
ended May 1G showed au averago decreaso
af Xi.4 compared with the. corresponding
week of last year. The decreaso in New
York was 41.fi; the increase in Kansa City
was 38.."i. Only two other citios showed
Ax immense amount of lumber was de
stroyed by a fire at Oscoda. Mich., on the
ltitb. Mills and docks wro also burned.
The round house of the E. C. & N. Kail
road Company at Cortlandt, N. Y., burned
the other morning. The loss was nearly
Educnd Ashworth & Box's cotton mills
Jtt Egerton, near Bolton. Eng., were burned
recently, involving a loss or &.hu,ow.
Terrific rainstorms and floods were re
ported in Southeastern Kansas for the few
days ended on the 18th. Several lives were
lost by drowning; and much damage re
sulted. The ANgtmtin ZtiUngot Berlin had a
dispatch from Constantinople, saying that
the British Consul at Batoum during a re
cent journey to Kars was arrested by Rus
sian police while he was sketching at a
port on the Caspian Sea.
Commodore Josatsax Yocjco, coaa
ntaadant of the New London (Coan.)
Navy Yard, died of remittent fever at the
Crocker home, on the 17ta aged fifty-eight
years. The disease was contracted while
he was in Washington as a member of ke
Wales court martiaL
' Rxax was captured three saflea north of
BatOBciie oa the loth by three scoats of
General Middleton's force. He was care
worn and haggard and-begged act to be
PanrATE advices from HersaosiUo,
Mexico, say taat tke Mexican troops at
tacked tae Tarais, aear Misa. Taree
ha-adrMl Vanata wre rnnrtd kfllaaL Tae
Jcawr Faxxca, la a trial recently at
Mascatiae, Iowa, held taat tke flrat iajaac-
tioa areceediag butituted agaiast a salooa
aad atrierity to any otaer tajaactioa aro-
agaiast the sassa saleoa. Tkit
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KEBKASaU STATE NEWS.
A GKNTLCaAX from Buffalo Flats wbo is
somewhat interested ia stock raising,
states that the lots in cattle in tha neigh
borhood during the past winter amounted
to lees than one per cent.
It has only been a few years since cows
were being shipped into Colfax County,
but not so now. It U stated that within
the past year fully fifty cars of native cat
tle have been shipped from the coustty,and
the business Is rapidly Increasing.
Several towns In the State have adopted
an Ingenious method for diverting a portiou
of the liquor Iicm- from the school to the
town treasury. A plain, unvarnished
license costs .$7.V), Lut the trimmings In the
form of a town tax cost ?iV).
Durino a recent heavy rain and wind
storm at Kearney a k?avy door, blows
from a lirery utable, smashed in its flight a
L-uggy, n cart and a farmer's wagon,
I.v Dakota County tho other day a farmer
named Tuttle removed the caps from his
guu and started for town, iiis thirteen-year-old
son shouldered the gun, borrowed
caps of a neighbor and commenced experi
menting, lie ooa succeeded in killing his
The other night Jim Silk was attacked
on the streets of Omanu, knocked down
and robbed. He was.fouud iu art insensi
ble condition where he fell with an ugly
wound on the head.
TnE offer to build a $10,000 op-ra house
at West Point, conditional on the dona
tion of a $l,'Jo0 sit, has no as yet lwen ac
cepted by tho public spirited citizens of
At Lincoln the other night Lew Johnson
and Eil Long, who had been employes on
tho Burlington & Missouri River Ita'ilwav.
bad a shooting matinee which resulted in
tho death of loth. Long !xardcd at John
son's and when he went home found his
wife and Long in his (Johnson's) led
room, long and tho woman at once lied to
1-oug'rf room up stairs. Johnson followed,
nnd bursting "opta the door each man
opened lire on the other. Nine shots were
exchanged, nnd both fell mortally
wounded. Johnson died iu about an hour,
and Long the following day. It is stattd
that tho woman who was the cause or this
deadly duel, has a somewhs unpleasant
record and that these two men are not the
first whom her attractions and faithless
ness have brought to grief. Mrs. Johnson
was subsequently arrested upon the charge
of having shot and killed her husband. It
was developed that the ball which caused
Johnson's death was fired from a pistol
kept by Mrs. Johnson nnd one that was J
found in her possession immediately niter
, Ezra Ehuicht nnd Cora Bowman made
their appearance before Judge McCulloch
at Omaha the other morning nnd wore
married. Soon nfter tho ceremony was
over and they had gone a woman who
claimed to be Ebright's undivorced wife
also appeared on tho scene, but the birds
Dixon County farmers are going Into
buckwheat raising on a Iarpe scale.
One hundred and seventy-five pupils are
enrolled iu thu Creightou public chools
The new Government bridge connecting
Niobrara with the old I'onca Beservntiou is
(WW feet long and contains sixteen .spans.
The first lodv Notnrv Public in the
State is Miss Ann M. Saunders, who has
been commissione'I iu Custer County.
Woiik on an artesian well near Crcighton
has been temporarily suspended. A depth
of nearlv seven hundred feet has been
renrheil, and it is thought a few more feet
will bring water.
At n shooting ulTray near Barnard, n few
days ogo, between brothers nnmed Turn
way, one had the liosom of his pants filled
with salt, and another had his hat shot
from oil his head.
The stretching of a wire across nni road
in common use, whether public or private,
was made an ofiVnso by the last Legisla
ture, punishable by a fine of fi."i, unless
such wire was properly guarded to prevent
Been .vim Cavanacoh, residing near
Ponca, recentla buried his old war horse at
the age of twenty-seven. The old chnrger
had carried him through three years of
service during the war of the rebellion,
aud long since had earned his case nnd
It is slat- d that John Mnrklcy, of Cedar
Count', has in his possession the I'salniB of
David by Martin Luther, dated USMtwo
hundred years ogo, and a prayer book
dated l"g". Both are printed in German,
nnd have descended down from one gener
ation of the family to the other.
A remarkable case is reported in whleh
Joseph L. GofT, a bmkrman, was thrown
under nn engine at Ashland last January.
Tho forward trucks passed over the ankle,
severing the foot and the ankle almost en
tirely. The attending physician, finding
that there was communication enough be
tween the two parts so that sensation was
preserved, decided to try to save the foot.
He took out several pieces of bone and
dressed the wound and has watched It very
closely ever since, and has had the satis
faction of seeing the bones gradually knit
together as-ain and the wound heal.
A widow in Boone County calls on the
bondsmen of two saloonkeepers for $8,000
damages for the death of her husband,
who was killed while under the influence of
liquor purchased of them.
DonsnEiuxR, a Central City school
teacher, who discarded text books in teach
ing morals to the young girls of his school,
was recently bound over to the District
Court in the sum of $1,000.
Mr. BaUGHJT, residing near Tobias, has
lost seven head of horses within the last
six months from what he supposes to be
The squatters on the Santoe res-rvatioa
are reported to be organizing for protec
tion against a possible raid from stamped
era. Mr. Cami a Kesrney business man, was
recently kaocked down by a frightened
team in Sheltoa, and three dasgerobs
gashes cut across his scalp.
Grajcd Islasb has a base ball club.
It is stated taat Qaian Bobanaa, tke
condemned sjtclliag professor, kas im
proved his dreary hoars before death by
inventing a cora sheller, which he kas pat
ented. Thx wheat and oats la Valley County
mover looked better when May came thaa
this year. The plowiag- for cora is well
aadtr way, aad quite a aamber of field
are already fdasted.
Will Dill, aa tasploye la the West
Point Pa!-r taUL was rceat!y caagh. ia
the shafting, and before released lua cloth
lag was entirely torn from his body, bat
fortunately witboat ixjary to his persoa.
iKrxaiAL ie the latest town asd pros
pective coaaty seat af Chase Coaaty.
Jons Wias-'kas rnaiiiiaei it aait la Sarpy
Coaaty azaJast Heavy Bchataaa far tka
Talaeaf a aarse grna-JMit Has for
remdered. ia sscarksr a wife for Sck
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aisaear wife is a -aTasoame Gar-
As tka ssarr raea Sckaasaa
to give Wlra a horse if he vsaU
rat kiss CSckasaaa) a wife,, bat aftsr get
tiac the irifa Sckaasaa fergot kis cwtrasC
m. pile af raataak ia a atakls created
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A BIG HAUL.
rndmkrr and IIU Intllan Captnr a
Supply Train ofTMrtr-on Wacnat With-,
la Twrlr MUm ot lUtllef.-r-l Thf la
RiMtanl of the Latter I'Ur AUrntr!.
Winnipeg, Man., May 13. A tralo
with provisions, which left Swift Cur
rent a week aso, was attacked by Pound- j
maker and bis Indians and captured after
i fiht In which jevcrel were wounded .
and two killed. Thuty-onc team and ;
tweuty-one tcam.tcrs were captured. Tea j
teamsters escaped. The tram was within
thirteen mile of Battlcfonl.
Wivmpkg, Uv., M.ir 13. Later dlt
patchc.t ay the twin, which conted of
thirty-oac transport wagons laden with
j supplies, ammunition, arm and clothing
i for the troops, undor escort of ten mount
: cd police, left Swift Current for Battle-
' fonl ,nSt -rIdaV
The mad had been
! i-oixl and excellent ororess wis made-
A point twelve miles from llittlcford was
being pasted about nlue o'clock yester
day morning, when suddenly a horde
of Indians rushed out of the
bush from all directions and seized
the teamsters, of whom there was one
to each wagon. Three or four savages
attacked each teamster, and the latter
were Instantly iverowcrcd. The
mounted police offered desperate re
sistance, ahd for a time th exchange of
firing was general. O le inouutcd
policeman, whose name Is not
learned, was killed, and .cveral
police ami tramtrs were
wounded. The b.nlance of the police and
teamsters ocaped aud made all hast to
Btttleford, where an alarm was
The troop.s at once .-prang to arm.s, and a
strong guard was placed about the town
uii juuiH mc lunii.
tway without any
er was making
The inhabitants were
but l tie uav wore a
stuck. Colonel Ott
preparations to attack the In
dians, but on second thought resolved to
wait for rclnforceinetit-. There Is no
doubt about the band being Poundmx
leer's, because they arc known v Iw In
that vicinity. Terrib'c anxictr clt in
Winnipeg, a It ws undemtood that the
women and children wcic to t out from
Battleford for Winnipeg early yesterday
A LONDON MOB.
Trafalgar ""inmri-. I.omloti. In l'orlon ot
a IJ.iftrrni 3loli, Who Sine Itulr Itrl
tuntim." and Imlulgr In (lllier t'ulMliIr
Ilriitoimt ral Ions.
London. May 14. A riot occurred this
afternoon between a mob and the police
for the possession of the Nelson monu
ment in Trafalgar Square. About 10,000
persons had assembed In the Square to
make a demonstration against the Gov
ernment budget proposals to increase the
duties on spirits and beer. The crowd
was very unruly. The police found them-
selves unable to maintain order. The
pressure on the .speakers cow
ncllcil them to mount the neilesLiI
of the Nelson Monument. When frou:
this eminence ih" speeches were resumed,
w-' reiuiercil lunmiiiiic ny ific up.
1 roar among tile roysl-rers. I he police
tntcrvc ncti to secure stience lor me ora-
tors, und then a struggle ensued between
the mob and the police fur possession of
the monument. Tli" row lasted nearlv an
honr. and the promoters of the meeting
und the police uvr- compellod to retire,
leaving the crotu. hinging in triumph,
Foon nfter the mob had compelled the
speaker to leave. It tmrged down to tuc
front of the National Club, which facer-
Irafalgnr iMpi'ire, v . I . l.vety person
noticed entering or
btiiiding was mobbed.
leaving I'm club i
Tho attitude oi
the crowd was mi menacing that tb
club doors were closed. and
a messenger was dispatched t
Scotland Yard for additional police. At
nine o'clock lat night the rioters were
utill in full jiossejooonofT'rafalgarSquaM
cupied by a mob of several thousand, i
Tln iwiltro lit- 111! flitic liml lii-pit lnriIv '
rclnfoiced, had chatged a number of
times upon the mob and had made several
Tlr IrrlIrnt of Ilon!iir Inlrrrlp? rrt
I'rlatlvr to the Ltr War wild the t"rrent
Statu of Alhiirs Tli" I'lillnl Sttttr j
I.ooUril To for Cnitr.tl Amrrican Urrl- j
Ofoornt ItrcipriK-Sty WmMimI. i
Nr.w Onr.KiKs, L... May 15. The J
IV.... n ........ r ..xt.ll-l.f.e nn lnli.nl.u '
J llir-rilllr.ii jmun.-'uvn .a lutblin
with President ISogrsn of Honduras rcla-
tlve to the lale war and present status of
affairs in Central America. Boran hays
there arc three parties there, the
Nationals, who favor unification of
the five States; the Conservatives,
who oppose. It, and those who a 'here to
the several governments with no opinion
at all on the question of the Union. Him
self, Barrios aud Zaldivar, of Salvador,
made a compact to reconstruct the five
States Into one republic, which failed
through the treachery of Znldlvar, as I
already known, and resulted in a declara
tion of war against the latter bv Barrios.
With the death of Barrios fell all hopes
of Central Americm patriots la Hon
duras. Barrios s actuated la the
movement br a patriotic sentiment of re
storing thcsild republic of Zi, aad not
through ambition of becoming dictator
of the united counlrr. His patriotism
was sincere, and he "iad no hope of be
coming President of the Unioa.
Bcganling Admiral Jouctl's statesicat
Mr. Bograo ad Barrios was too much of
sa Aravrican to seek Kuropcaa atlinu
The only foreign nation whose friendship
be desired was the United fttalrs. He
was a friend of the Nicaragua Canal, sad
rc-ranled America as a generous oatloa
whom the smaller Siatr.s need not fear.
Bogrjn looked n the United States for
the development of Central America, snd
would offer every laducefocat to Its citi
zen In the way of grant. Honduras
derived to cloc a reciprocity treaty with
the United Stales.
BiL-rrvonn, Mr.t Msv 1$. Tac BriUsa
stea-nship Ciluraam arrived at this port
yes: erday !a a damaged cosditioo. The
vessel lud two of krr forward platea
broken aad asotber sear the eattlae room
stoTe ia, aad her forward cotspart-aeat
was ftlled with water. Captain Mace
stated that wbea of &? bac at Xew
ftrtradiaad in UUtadc t? degrees! aorth,
longitude 4? wct, he eacoaatercd keary
i fclds ol Coa. lag krr wilcn cxasd the
tiasagc, aad that for thrci days tie
leaocr wis beset by lars fekls oi Ice
sad sassy icebergs.
TSm Crista ac
to.voT. May 13. The evident, at
dlCereacas af oaialoa aaaoac tke
af the Cahiaet la regard to the
crlaaas act are keeastia asare aafareat.
Mr.GI4rtae, Sir Charles Dilk- aad Mr.
Cramheriaiafsrora total repeal af tka
ssenare, whae Sir Veraoa Harsesrt,
Ltrd Martkvctaa aad lr Derhy arbkK
retained km K eafJrety. aUrTaeas9er,5t
ta saW, tkruieaad ta reaiga aalasa taa
atfcaaaatd as Teaewed. aad taa
aattaa saasi stria mat eiaaaea af tka
saaak act ska aid ha nwai L ad t " "' " " Aaiaaaaa, . isaai jaaatssti ssfinaii
GMrrl MM4tloa !! Aaotferr fteti!.
ana Cptnra Kt rottl.
Ottawa, Cat, May M. -General 3114
dleto.1 hat nt to the flovrrtiwrnt juiUm
tics the ftikmc accwunt of the IwUli sint
capturv of BaUmche: 1 hav l& iak a
jrrucral attack ami hATe rarrtfd th whole
jUJeOKmL The uurn behaved spJrndidiy.
The rebels arc in full :HghL I am rry to
jy that I have not yvt Ct Kief. While
was. rtonn.4r1o Uu tuornior. W UJUxn
Ahlry. fHu-of the pmonrrs caMi'tH!
nllk u t... .,. . ....I t-.. I 1 ...- 1ttr
friNa JU-L .ovmg; "Ifyuu ma-wn oar
fa-mlle 1 shall mawiv the piKnsc:-
I I Mtit answer thAt If he wou.d put lv wo-
tarn and children In cne j4a- ant let me
know wlute It was, not a HH idiOUld to
: firmi on thrm. 1 tben retumcxl ;. the ramp
- mlnubl on mv a.tnn initio, whu
, Wvtr hrattly Lrel on. I imhcd tn until 1
saw my chance end mlrtvl a rt-neral ad
i afiv. The nirti rrspts!el mbiy. Splm
: dhtly lol by Uioir tRWr and Colow!
I Mraubcntc thr-y drore. the men ut tf thr
t rlile pit and forccsl thrsr way aero. th
i pbdn and x;ird the lMr, and
'. we arr now masters of tr place
ami mrv: of my frc will blwmac
, , ,
Light In the brat of the action Mr. A-hltfy
came bak nith sunther tnU-o frm Kiel
&. follows: "iTencral, jour prompt anvr
to my tHttf huw that I va ;irht in mm
tioniiig thr. vntMc or liununttr. We will
uatlivr imr faint le in one fbo-and a MMin
as U is diM.e w ill lit vou kmw.M Uii the
vnwlope he had xnrittaii as follows: I do j
not liki -Ar and If jou do not rrUrat and
refi:f an tntirvlew, the jmtion rviMalnt !
the same coti-enilng Uw pnneii. Our i
j I... I
J as m';
X?5r S T&TZ
five killrt and ten ntimlL Thr prtMiacr
hau.alll.nreleasela,d , safo hi ,lir
can.,, Among them I, Jack-.., Wh.t,. hi
i v. iuiji, .wiimi); uii'iu jiitk(i w our. IIIC
man ho was r.it-l's tcrvUn. but Is now
! wad and 'hcr dangemuv llio Reamer
j Norlheote and anutWr Mcamrr ro coui-
iiu in. tlif -r W.H. . I ,ni,
Scli.H.Ir Int.ntrv nnd the d cc nx will
rut oil LV retn-at of the rrlil. The .cbel
lu.s . MWv,-il lo be vvrx m-m wbut U vet
srMrrtbut Is yet
unknown. Tin woundfd half-brrl brought
j iu U Ambrose Jolen of i:ielj. itnuml.
ekkect on the m.iu.i.
It is twlievcd here that tho lebels hare
bci'ii bt-ateu so badly ttiat thev will makc
no furiher sjand In a ImhIj', but will prob
ably di-petsc thtuttgti the western rouutry
in small bands where they can imt lie
hunted dm u w ithout gri'at difficulty. Kiel
is :Xwted to grt ay to .Montana, as
there an frw obstarlra in his way. Iu fact
there Is Itttlt- to nii'Vi-nt Iiitn from jIIscuIs.
j lug hlmvlf, making las way to ijuWppolle
, nnd then by rail to WinnljK-g. lie 1ms
iMi'iuyoi inetuis not verj- Mr iron tiio city
who would gladly glvn him refuge. Tlurty
women Riid a large uuiiiiH-r or rhlldri'ii
have deridtit to leave b the trails fur
Swift Current ou Thursday. A moimtrd
rMfirlwill ai'cotnpany the jmrtv past the
fitt wootis, wbont thlrty-five miles d.stsnt,
atu-r which it Is thought ttut no danger
u sl Imj featnL Tho wounded ronttntic l
fmpmvc and HI jnobably U n-movctl to
Vinnlieg wlo'ii tin-stvameis ln-gin lo run.
Siviut.s who left here Inst ttkht fur Pound
! maker's reservation tutiinied thl af tcntooit
i Uil ' Uehas Il-wr'l.
IIH. IlltAII lo r.KT A Jos-.
A Calirarv ill.soatcli mi in that (oiieral
i Sttamro with u !. tnebinent of nioittitl oo.
j hco ami the Sixti fifth tatt-lum left Kl-
j monion ou the uth for Fort Pitt to give
Big Bear nnd his tribe a dressing down.
Colonel Oshorno mth and his iietarhment
arrived lu 1-Miuoiitou the simedy Grnerul
Jtnimre left. A company of iiiulMg lht
infantry' arrived at (a gaiy from tilelchou
last night aud will o notth Thumlay.
INTERNATIONAL Y. M. C. A,
Ttrrnly-Mtiti .ntiM:tl Mlliis UValth ol
Atlanta, Ga., My H.The twenty,
f-lxth annual convention of the Young
j Men's Christian Afoociaiioti of the L'ultrd
! SUtes and Canada met hi the BaptUt
j Church yesterday. If. IL MeBuruey, of
, New York, called the convention to ortlr.
i and George lingers, of Milwaukee, wa
i elected temporary Piesldent, snd
Major Josrph liardle, of hel
ma., Ala., was siibsijuentJy rlcctnl
I'ernisnent President and George
T. Coxhead, of St. IiUls. Secxntary, Ad
dresses of welcome were delivered by Cb'et
Justire Jack Mm, of the upirnie Court, and
I lev. Ir. Bashelt. of the I'rrsbytrrlan
Ciiiirch. Mr. Kennedy, .Vcrrtaiy of the
IxiihIoii ilssoriatlou, Mr. Phitdcn--, of the
Berlin Asv-lallon. Count llncklen-r, of
lk-rMn. and Mr. W. liaddeu, of tindoii,
were Introduced and made brief addret-.
In thj afterno-m Mr. Bntrncrl pre
sented th irjMirt of the I :i in na
tion 1 Co:nniittet showing that fcV)
associations rejrt'd 112,ooo meJiiU-rs,
10. (XXI active ineiubf-ni ou comtnIttj- mui
,.afy 4,ioo young men's Bible claw.
The association owned fLSOOJiOo worlli of
property. The ci ! of tlw corsmltlec
for the. yrar were 531,00. They nuployrtl
clrrn secretaries. Klgtitrt-n new buhdint
had l:en dtrdlcatrd during the year.
Ktnltaat Boomfi fb-aeh Oatah
Wichita. Kax May 14. A prrai dbv
jteh from tlio Clieyrnne Agency, Indian
Territory, says: "Twcr,ty-rren colonlsta
wscons, t-acb partllly oaled with Indian
supplies from Arkansas City, have gone
Into ths Territory, delivered their roo.U ami
then moTcii on Into the Oklahoma district
wliere they have located claims and cota
meticrd farming opera Uoh. The report
reachesv Cliryrnne to-day that the wttjrrs
arn exultant aiMl bT it wtrd to the
campers In the vicinity ef Ca!de!!
tb-t tbe crH it sraSn clear for
uuothrt raid; some of Iheir ntHnbrr
opcnly boasted that they outwitted tbe as
Uiorilks. Each of Uc twrnty-9erct wa
tm contalne! frota two to thnft ssea rack.
j They went fnxa tbe Cfccyeafte zrcy dl-
recflj down u Maurroa Kivrr by Vsmp
J!cviL which liad Jt twea vacated by tSie
troop wbo hail Wn orilcred to th Notb
eL It It the jndrax-nt of U aatkori
ties at tfce sgcaey that all Uw cwiou left
on the Uttlrt will again Jtock lata Qkh
ttasM., -tlibotuh te Fifth cavalry aider tka
coHfStt)d of Cirmml WcOey MtrriU are
now sad-r avarrhiag orders to take tke
piacs f tte N'latk. mt awtrA"
Tfc Mraa KasslR.
Pojtt AcTKLtcr. If .irrt. AprH lr-Tk
autiKrlLVs f Haytl have irfad ta deafer
up a A. Van Bokkrfew, a native af tka Uai
ted Stafes. fMsarriy CoaI fr Haytl af
New York. The Uftikd StaUa Casrtatttfat
h mAe fear rrtets far hJ releaar free
ptioa set lie Islawl, where he has bee
cauaaed fer the raiislxteea awqtk In d-
aace ef tae treaty sfl-aicaa JCack de-
saaaaer. lisr-Jly aayaotiea wwi Ukra f
oacr the af W. K. Va gefcaeica. td
'New Yort City, aad iwdiear af tke Jtev. JU
Vaa BotMtiem, af ae".
Traak T. Lyaak est tat
halt ht taa
laba Jaassahiaai aHair tar f .aa Vaaa w j aaa aaBatiawsaa
aa awBBai aiaaai, asaj Mm lama. a. B. ..-.. ---
- aAAa mJ KaM luc m . pB a. h t ' wjavva)cv
a ri c-t--.r-
tela t vr-ituc
FOTrr!LLr, Pu,r It. A cvctn
wcurwt lo-sUr t UV Vor& .Wnd col
Iter hill, by watch thfe ;atarr and a tfrfr??
wre rntombl. and another fAiaHy nirM
while rndrAtn-jnc u rjy f- tkr cl
llcry. It w hrhl by I1uia4rfplHr a:!
IZeadinc Lual and limn i -?. ,U Un
I ! ocUvi the water fr itmokU fJwwieJt
i w.,hic eut the inllar- -.( r.Ma u-
t mm witrsinx at M. n -at.
, -d"- Wic w Ur J: stitUuc
i fiom th fall with a MMlc-utrt
1 of car. John Hoad. fiufcer ( Ux
the u,y hanJ a Rol -f j.
,. ,, . ,. , , ,.
! Uu: on " rwmml c S.
I he attempted U r.-H a ptv vUlr.
The Utnm ctvu, howrrr, ; Mat aikI
pintHti him ami tW (koIa to U giewn.L
The victims att ThArtc fo-rjliwrty. Joph
KnnU snd Ml-luel MeKraa. h-rx jnl
UtUn llratd. drtvrt, VtlbM wH4t)n, &!
Jwhn lleattl, Nti rc biwtru. titN rr)M
and houfder 1-tvV.rn. The UU& uim
mt witiiHt an jMMir uv n'nmc tatty.
j but he cannot Mmv M ljirt.
-,,.., ,..,.. ,. ,,. ,7L . ,
lar fioui the gacy. tlrtiis taattaa ta
A WKt IMKTY rrT.
ClNONNVT". Mar II. -A Xt, Jw.A
Van VaSlb of I'itnNHiwU, wtlli h -h-t
matu 4s aryMipat jmc Mta it- Km-i ? .
of NWott, K).. to rhttffh In UtatrKr n
a rsuTtai. to make Urr bb brtdvi. At .
eight o'clock Ust lUght, a rtltwtif r
V-4.W - -- - . WTWI-VVf-H IT-M"
! Kr.-ci:r ? ?rz
' m Vt. ... Jl.,i" Vh- IZk T JT 7ZZ2 T
fl) Kf '
"XiE 1 KT ' .?
i , i,, V ,., i i
!, LKI . iIT ;
"r.? ... .. "iil .
1 -tf . .! ."..- i.T..Mr .,
sstnr to )" fkvn.t
irvt t, u hlrl h 4.l
IMP Imioi m n inoiaM) nfWHi
t-. . .....j. .. - t.:.t ...- - ..... .
T1.'. . t.T mi,n'Mr J1'
I ' '"' l?1:1"- " 111 " ? P? T ?
w,,a ,u "' V . vi M -".
hoi a iiHuunH onj 3o, iir h imn ti u
ahwd tho hrcs rustic! umlof a ki !
jKtfug limb of a Uf. ginsi wbati Ui-
boly of th co.rh dashrtl atd was wrtfit
At Uif. home of t!i' bride, a few loc )
w-re the dtctiir, the pattent. a ittuw'tl
brldcgrron and euvrst. The iukio
ceieuiouy was. Kowttver, pcrformcl at Mud
night, tho brido sitting prof, tot tL
Thcie i U11 ani ti atntul her tiour.
Coinptloi -ots KwlisuC'l
Mr I hi fro lrl-
UvMl Orrvy aort tt (M
Pa ins, May IS. Mr. Morion. Uw triltioj
United Mates Minister, prrsciits hla bU
of rtvall lo Prmidrnt (Irovy. Mr. Mmt-n
and M. Orel) then lunched togothf?r. Af
terward McLn'ie prrmtnl bis rnil-Ufli
lo the President nnd delhernl h addrm,
to which M. tirevy irpllnl, wi-4rtHtlNjir tJ
new tutiilster ud thanking hoti for tksi n
t'menlH expressed. Iu bis adilrrt. M.
Otevy SMttrvi! Mr. Mclno ikat lie
would always find in Prance the iwxt
vinpalheio co-otieratmu in rierv
thing r-.ilru'njnl lo piouiot-i tlm 4frr of
the Amrricaii repub'le. In taktug ba Jar
Well, Mr. Mutton thulikrd M. IJfevy fW Uof
proofs of estrs'iu nnd MopUli wbirfe lo
had rrci-tvcit ftom hint and ftoiulbo I'lmn !i
(oiieruiuettt, of whom he Mid be vtnstfcl i
a-)-s pro?'iro a precious irttHrmbra-Min. M.
CJrevy cj-resrl ptofiioid tttret at the d
parturr of Mr. Mutton, ayit lit bad 'al
apprvlalel Mr. Morton's grout cliaraeirr.
adding that tr tho ugeA ud tredlui.ii ,.r
tho two countries had p-iiitltlfd hit ia d
h'Q aknl at a faior of the t'olJl
Mates l.ovi-inuttiit that Mr. MhiWu
bo retained at ParK Mr. Melino
III bin addtes said: "I Uai th
honor of jitcs-ntJng my crrdratJoU as
Mlnisterof lh United Mates, of Amrrlm.
1 cotdlally share President riotiniHl s
setitlmeiit.s of respect and friendslup l
ward Kronen and her CoverTimt'iit. A I
though little worthy of tho high m-!
intrubd to me, nil my effort will b i
reeled Uiward tt:htcnlug tlm lnn of mmHi
exUtlng lWw:. Franco aud AtuerkK. '
ilie bainpirt In honor of Mr. Mottoo, Uie
American Minister, wxs given at the Hotel
Coullrifufil lt even. 114. Two thousand
guesU were prrwnt.
SiagMtlnaia fr ttolpliia- lli t.'nro,titn-t
iu tjrg ft lira.
Wa.mit., May !S.-TJi monthly
sutistlcal pubtlcnbon of th Agricultural
Department for May, -which will b.; i.jicd
within two or threw days, rontalos a rom
prtdinislve statement of wages paid to farm
laborer iu all prt of tho country, ba.-l
upon what Mr. Itdgc, th tbtttctan of
the drpartment, UJlevc'l lo bciithcly trust
worthy: Ka.sbir;t State, fttSJW; MlddU
UtAtr, 9-i't.liii Sirrfthrrn SUIps, ft 1.59.
Western StatjH,, 522.y, : ralifornb. S3.:..
The amount of lalor waking rtn
ploymrnt In agriculture at th; pres
ent time In unusually large, j-
thrre are many located In altiMMt
every section of tile country, in which there
U mora or !h cf.aplaint of scarcUy, Tts
rrirt cIo- with Uw? practical urzllon
that In the manufacturing towns and dtim
ostcr he opmed, cJlbT by Uu labor uutofi.
or by Usevojrat ritUmt-.c. thro-th which
otntfitmicatlon fssy orHsthrtwrrn ut
employe! rfiy ftwkmra ami farmers tr,t
in bHp. so that a rfijtW ttfl worthy
dty laborer may have tbe ma of waitjpz
kowH hk trua rhmnru-r Instca'i f urv
?ng mt on Ux. Mt- vralnrt bjrt iit tbe
risk ,t beiajp MiEken fr a iofe-kiil
ttf ltmmmew Sai4.
Nkw OKIJtA.lt, Umj IL-CnrmoT
Xral, f AlaWaa, a r?rlvr! drV
frcaa Kataa UtikMtng that J' pten: l
nflwaedtacre oa aeeoaM tpii:hrwll
war af race --sr-nrrki: fB a ihl Chllt
Una. Tha trastfele grrrw wit of a r
crat aah tm a white mm hy a agr'
aad the fyaela tj. arrt'9 fatker. In
erleace tWrref the Bkcti. ar9 aw
hetidhaisecrariiaa!,ad hare cIWm
the fvenwfr P tr. The fvrnor
JeaTf ha tka a (tjr xwi.
aery. the sMbd- the lis f
1-leasi.f laid aat foe ym .
St. Loo 3tay 15.The fjrd af Mt
4t lacoaal Utp. , heee yesterday
a; ismm Chafca. Tae wer
BevlyaaTla rfewaaa, f Sv
SeaJar Bahaa, aeeaidiae; W. 1
IlarrK af Xear YWk: K S. Tmr, ef Bee-esaxaaar-.D.C:H.
rV axjCtS' ' Jli!!!IH4lwy
. . aaaaw a aaaaaaTafba aaa
wiar--Mkad to mr fr a
to k. add;Me4 hy
r. Hajr l.-ks taa atoasa af Cata-
East "''- Sm Taa
i kt ---' - --- m rw
-r armed la La-
atlama the twav
, ., .,T.
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