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ED CLOUD CHIEF.
A. C. HOSMER, Publisher.
RED CLOUD. -
The Kroadwaj' and other New York
street railroads have been enjoined
from soiling' or transferring stock.
Nirvv steel works are to be erected at
Gcrniantown, near Philadelphia, and
operations will be begun in January
Km: thousand pictures have been
sent in for the spring exhibition of the
Paris Salon, but there is room for only
one-half of them.
Commission:!! Colman, of the Agri
cultural Bureau, lias already arranged
for .-ovcral addresses lcfore different
associations this .spring that are recog
nized by his department.
Postmastki: CIenekai. Vilas, in
:m-uer to a recent Senate resolution,
Mated that 8,0:15 fourth class po.-tmac-ters
hae been made since March 4,
J&v. Jn Missouri, 287; Kansas, 1'tW.
Tin: annual report of the coal tAde
shows a total output of 102,1...$ ton.-
for tin; United .States during the year
if IS.Ni. of which :il,G-23 J&j ton-, were
.mthracite and 70,(101 ,0J1 tons bituniin
oiis. O.-.man Dk;na ha erected a fort on
1he old battle ground at Tainair,
whence lie retreated before the IJriti.-h
expedition which .-tailed to build a
railway from Suakim to P.erber. He
lia placed eir!it zim in the fort.
Kmii:i:ui: Wii.i.iam, in a letter to
Prince liiNiuarck. .-peaks (f the joy ami
gratitude he felt at the loyalty ami
patriotism evinced by hi- -ubject.- in
their dciuondratiou on hi- birthdav. I
and publicly thank the peojde for their
Manifestation- of atlectiou.
TllE delegate- frnin the lie civil jed
frilies f Indian-recently in convention
-at Kufaula, I. T.. entered into a cun
act idctljrinir them-che- not to cede
or in any manner alienate to the
United State- am part of their prc-cnt
territiry. Pro i-ion.- v. made for
the puni-liinent of crime, re-toration
of .-toleii property, change of citizen
ship from one nation to another, and
Mippre ion of the sale of spirit.-.
The .-nit of the (iovcrnment again-t
the I Jell Telephone monopoly com
menced at Columbus, O.. on the 'J'.Ul.
The attorneys repre.-entinirtho (iovcrn
ment aro .lolni Coode. Solicitor (om
en:! and Acting Attorney Ccneral in
thisca-e: Philiji Hates Kumler. District
-Attorney for the Southern J)i-trict of
tlliio: Allen 0. Thurman. (iroavcnorP.
Lown. Ileatou T. Chandler, Charle
. Williams and IL Ilumjihric-. -pecial
The replies to the circular letter
sent out by the Trea-urv Department
lo merchants and manufacturer.-, re-ji:e.-ting
their views on the revi-ion of
the tarilT, have ju.-t 1kcu jmbli-hed.
'The total number of replies w:l- l.i'ijy,
of which 7G7 apjiroved the reply of
the National As-ociation if Wool Manufacturer.-
objecting to any change in
the wool tariff, or a gneral revision
at till.-, -c-.-ion of Conirre. . The
-American Iron and Steel A. ociation
and the Amalgamated A ociation of
Iron and Steel Worker- recommended
the adoption of specific rather than ad
PuiNt E Honapakie. the a-pirant to
the l'rench throne, ha- written to a
gentleman in Canada, inclo-ingthe lir.-t
installment on live thou-aud acre- of
land which lie wi.-he- to tak" up in a
French colony recently started at Lake
Temi.-eaminguc, north of Lake Nipla
siiiiT. Seeral eccle.-ia-tical and civil
dignitaries in Prance have taken up
larirc tracts of land in the new colonv.
and have already interested thein-elves
in t'.irecting emigration from Prance in
that direction. Prince Honaparte has
reijuested that the deed for his property
be made out in the name of his wife
::nd three children.
The discovery of oil lields in Upper
Kgypt has attracted considerable at
tention in London. The Times cor
respondent at Suez says the discovery
of the oil was made by the Hubar Pasha
expedition into the Soudan, and states,
that the geological formation of the
country indicates the undoubted pres
ence of oil in large deposits and in
more than one stratum. The corres
pondent avers that even with the
present extremely crude means of lift
ing the petroleum to the surface there
ha been obtained from a single well as
much as twelve to fifteen barrels a day.
The specific gravity of the fluid thus far
obtained is reported at eighty-eight.
The territory is not far from the lied
Sea coa.t and is described as easily as
cessiole. A st'iT jxrow inr out of the arrest of
lViil 11 van. charged with train robbeiy
::i Cllendale, lo.. several years ajro,
was settled recently by the Court of
Keferecs at Nashvjllc. Tenn. Kyan
w:ls taken in custody six miles from
Nashville by W. L. Earthnian and sev
eral other persons for disorderly eon
duet and earning; a pistol. He was
irfcntifictl by W. .1. Overton, and taken
to Missouri, being afterward tried for
tlie robbery of Paymaster Smith at
Itfuscle Shoals. Ten thousand dollars
reward having been offered for the ar
rest of Ryan, the amount was claimed
Ijv Earthnian, Overton and six others.
The matter was referred to arbitrators,
who decided that Earthnian should
receive one thousand four hundred
dollars and Overton one thousand dol
lars, the remainder being distributed
Mien" the other six. Overton appealed,
end the Court of Referees affirmed the
-i-x'isiou of the arbitrators.
NEW3 OF TEfc
Gleaned by Telcrjraph and ilaiL
CO NO It KSSIONA I-
Tnn Senate on tiitr 'S'aI pas-cd the Hotie
bill j-rantini- a pen-. on of 5010 :t j ear to the
widow of ("encml Hancock. Mr. Loan's
bill to promote tin- HHticncr of the nriny
win tln.fi tli-cu-'cd. but the 1'II was Jail
BiHde, ucil -Mr Van Wyck's bill to contlnn t
committee row the conference report on the
I'rirenry I'ctlcteiiey bill was ajjrce'l to ami
the House uil.ourucd.
Tm: Senate on the 21th further eon
6l!eril the bill Increasing the arxny. ar.'l at
tuo o'clock the bill went over ami tin- Senate
relapwil Into its late monotony on the report
of the Judiciary Committee In lbe Hou-e,
on motion of Mr. Ander-on, the rommsttce
on Iibor wa prunted lca i to report ul any
time. At the expiration of the inorninv hour
the Hou-e n-umeil vonsulerntioii of lhe
Indian Approiriation b.u. wlilcli wa tlnally
pa-el. The I'o-t-olheo Appropr ation bill
wa. then tiiki-u up in ( omunttee of the
Whole and di-cii.-?ed until adjournment.
Aitki: routine business in the Senate on
Ihc-'.lh debate was resum d on the report of
the Judiciary Committee. After executive
i's.ion the Senate iid.'ourned In the
House, after rejiort of cotnm ttee-. eon-ider-at
on or the Po-t-otSice Appropriation lull in
eomiii tlee wa- resumed. An ccmii? - on
was held for the purpose ot deliver. nv euSo
Kles upon the death olTonirres.-man Uaukiu,
I)i:itvTK continued in the Senate on the
Wth on the report of the Judieiary (omm.t
tee. Senator- lufralls and Ilarn-on lead.n in
fuvor of the report 'I he majority report was
llua.lv adopted and the Semite adlourned to
Monday In the Hou-e the vote wa- recon
sidered by which the bill mi delea'ed irntrit
in a pension of $.a mouth to the widow of
liencral II. W. Ilenham and the bill pa'M'd.
Tlie iliiu'i'ffH in eoiiim ttee the leinaluder
it the day on the pr.vate calendar. At the
eveuiiiK' -e-sion forty pen-ion bid- pa--ed.
Tin: Senate mii not in se ion on the
7th. . The se Ion of the Hou-e wa de
voted eiitltely to debate on the silver iiue
t.on. ri:usoN.i. ani i'oeiticai..
A im:i ti: telegram from New York,
received at Kan-as City on the J-tth, an
noiinced the death of A. X. Kello, the
founder and president of the A. N. Kelloj;
Xew.-paper Company. .Mr. Kello had
been an invalid for several var-. and in
consequence had practically retired from
all active management of the bu-ine
hearing his name. He was not quite fifty
year- of age. and resided in New York
LiriTi.NWT JI .cs, in his last report,
claim- that Captain Crawford was- delib
erately a-sas-inated by the Mexican--.
Hon. Winn Hint. ex-Associate .lu-tice
ofthel'nited States Supreme Court, died
nt Washington on the :Mtii in the peventy
si.Mh year of hi- ajje. About six voir; ajo
he had a paralyti? attack which so com
pletely di-nbled him for the time that he
was unable to sin a request for his retiie
meut. Ax- inane -oldier scared Queen Victoria
in London recently by throw mp a paper
containing alleged grievances into her car
riage. An" attempt was made recently at Hous
ton. Tex.. tj assassinate W. It linker, who
was running as an independent candidate
for mayor. The bullet- ju-t grazed linker's
head. The would-be as-as-in e-eaped.
Nciionu i-t candidate- for the board of
guardian- were recently lm.dly defeated in
County Keriy. Ireland.
Tm: non-appearance at New York of
U'lJoiiovan lbs-a"s organ, the I'n-tftl Irih
ihim. gave birth to many wild conjectures
in irirh circles
Cmmiii:i:i..m. the Uadical member of
Clad-ione's mitiistiy. .-aid on the'.'tith that
he had 'not yet handed in his resignation.
a- it n hoped that some settlement v.oiild
be eSlected the coming week.
PuiNtr. lw-MniK appeared in the Cer- j
iiinn Keich-tag recentl and reallirmed
that he was not meditating a cotit d'etat.
He warned the Heiehstag that it should not
stand in the way of (icrinuiiy.- prog re.--.
Iti.v. SM Jim. the Southern icvival
jireacher, aunounced in Chicago re.vuliy
that he had given up the tobaieo habit, to
wlr.ch he had been notoriou-ly addicted.
Tin: (Mivcriiorof 1'loitda declines tt name
a Miece or to Senator Jones.
i:ni Cur.r Ainin u. of the Locomotive
Hrotherhooil. con-itlera the eight hour agi
:; i s c i : i . i .a x :: o us.
Ai vumini. tl-spnlclics were received frmo
ltru el- tut the 'J-'Uh. The .-prcad of -ocial-i-in
and iiiceiidiari-in.con-cijuent upon the
miners" riot, wa- causing serious apprehen
sions of the future. Troops were under !
arm- in the principal cities.
.Ii i: M. siii.kt-, Fred Chilton. Frank
Walley and F.d. King were killed and Fen
ton Wood run" and Charley Kmery weie so
badly wounded that they were not expected
tti li e. during a shooting a'Tiay atTa-cosu.
Tex., recently. The all ray was all the re
sult of an old dilliculty over stealing steeis
and changing their brantls.
Tin: Western Paper Hag Factory, at Ha
tavia. 111., ownetl by Van Xotthwick-. was
entirely tle-troyed by tire recently. Loss,
$7."i.lHM: insurance. $10,00i.
Tut: boiler in a saw-mill belonging to the
Calera (Ala.) Land Company exploded re
cently. William Fletcher tiud James Kobin
son being instantly killed and Ilerry Rob
inson and J. M. Thomas fatally injuied.
Several other men were seriou-ly wounded.
A mo rolling mill at Naomi, Pa , has
shut down and other concerns were pre
paring to stop work becau-e of the scarcity
of coal, owing to the strike of the miners.
Tin: mammoth barn at tliL Hopkins stock
farm. Fast Providence, H. I., was destroyed
by lire the other day. Sixt. -live cattle and
four horses were burned. Loss. $.V.(VJ.
Tin-: employe-of the Itrooklyn and Hroad
way (New York) street car lines struck on
The bii-iness failures during the seven
days ended Match -" numbeied: United
States. li7; Canada. J-t: a total of J21
agam-t "2i" the week previous.
Tun North UuiTalo (N. Y.) Hear mill-
were burned on the X5th. The Ike spread
lo the Gilbert starch works. They were
also destroyed. The lire then spread to
buildiugb on Thomas street and several
others on Itarber street. The total loss was
. " roughly estimated at i-.VX3.0r0.
Mi:?. IIex::y Fkanki. agei forty-two
years, living near Heading. Pa., tried tv
start a lire with eoal oil the other day.
when the can exploded nnd she and her
" X -T Vi .7. . - ,
trikeonthe2.,th was the publishing of a ,
Tur .ikt.tr' fAtitiiN A ltiA Muvftn--i T-ui. ? 1
circular by Grand Master Powderly, of the
Knights of Labor, dated March 13 and is
sued secretly, in which he said there was
too much striking and boycotting in the
order. Another freight train, under an im
mense escort of police, got through the
strikers at St. Louis.
TnrtEE negroes recently shot and killed a
colored boy in Suwanee County, Fla.
Friends of the boy captured the murderers
and killed them all.
A mou of strikers marched recently to
the palace of .rviag Leopold, at Brussels, I
and sang the ""Marseillaise." Beyond this
thev created no disturbance. A few arrcats
were made for diso-rderlr conduct.
cntrte. or ttie pumie lunus in aceonjiwifij ,..a.irc U1ai,iliu.wu...lv court room n:is 1ri1v ero!rd. "'"" hiiuwuiihhhi: iiiTO . ... ( tfi t. V. Ittwnimtr.
with the ruliiii'S of tliolan.t-oilicftut the tirae . cattle otr the rt.iervalion. T 1, . i- ..!,.," 'Ivr. mile ha-1 been had by either party heretofore. Vh.a th-- t,4.-, , ,-j...
i...- -.. inmii. -n tiilrfii mi ueil iiat'il 1 .. .. ... . riiK farm of It. L. rueonman, .!- mr tatn m'i iiwcnm i9Cttvii hkj
iVIdo1 Sl"n V tl-,: rt'r;0,, " fCri rt ' V north f Lvon.. W recently the Wnef a ' J. " n .""jp- J: h ee Wr tHe uem T
the report or the Jml entry Committee on that a j.artv of Comanche Indian.-, uum- - ., o.flli1H ..,. ro- a,,J0Un untsI eenmc At n-tcii p. m. -
IhelW-tlnea-e .the r.-rlit of the Saute to !.., about Ifw camped at the mouth of ' t-rnl.le tm;I. M . fcu-adinat .. .bv pro tbc confrrenco met r.nltu -.U - 1 nu wdern.c Ih im-ft to retttm to k tkli
call for pji-en In ei-es of removal trom ,. ,,7n. '.v rinii -i.tt,. there Inetor of two creamenc-. one of tae mo-. ,Mr. i'UWirrlv had In kac to Vetrpan m- m.uinc. tmt Uit4r ptnn wete atrrsl
o children were set on tire. Shejunipci , - - .; mi ffom Ka & rolve a r-tat. for which he wa, tW ad- "Cr."l ". ' ' .7 fWM-!T,r!. '!? m V1 .My
n cistern in her agony and was ... , "- . . nt -. . IKlTSnil Two of i ministrator. Mr. Mathew-n x widely "" ''" f."'.- "s s.7 T "T
ti. " ;--," . i , .... ..... , ,. i.. ,-, v, . i... 1-,- k-.- " '" -r "- - itbw
.,.,,. , , mt.-i.u.iuivii.aj.-.-..u.l-a- v,. .v,. w ... ..... ........ . ff. i-BAim K.h- nf M h ruch In nml icrmma, & Ust B&w )lez
EVrv-sr.VKN bui'.diujrs were destroyed ' ,, a,t.w..-f -l.. ,lc,.-, .,,.,1 tl... mnf.-r menMo-setl n n cnndttl-iie for tejver-MK-. A TCCll-KnOtt n ISO 01 JlflWin IM . ... .. ... ,- , .. . .. mT.
fire at. Salida. Col., iweatly. The nre , was not or-WIC,ito recover ' a bi.nr b s,oa : Le o-enI at Hyc- 3 corlott- sttlier-tition. Lpn au-nnj j,,. ef &utlttz htm U be refu
ted in the mdsor lioteL i TIE s3rna:tf. OB :he :th. had the Army I center. , Tvnm inr "e "r1 "" '"" " to 9nxxisAetm
-jfSiinbrigantine Gcorgiana, of Liverpool.
N. S.. has oeexi three months on a voyage
from St. Thorna,- to Liverj,ooI. ami all
hopes of hearing from lier sire nlsndoned.
Sh- was commanded by Cnj " " n Nat Z'.vick
it and a crew of seven men.
A t.nVAT limine fire wns reort.sl raging
on the Crow reservation near Kort Keogh.
Mont. It had covered rnanv miles of terri-
it i .t " i i . r
tor.- and burned mt thousand? of ton-, of
uncut har A report from Billing .-aya il
,",.,. ,i i .i
v.a. ehareil that Crow Indians tired the
river a Miorl diaMnce and then returned to
their camp, burning all the country as they
OnvoT's bank at Calais, France, has sus
pended payment. Liabilities stated to be
Araian interview with (.rar.d Master
Workman I'owderly. at New York, on the
2sth. Jay Gould con-entel to arbitrate the
differences between the -tnking workmen
and the .Missouri I'acitic I'.ailway Com
tnmv. icc-Pre-ident Hoxie was notihed
i. , i.i . t. ... . i. ,.... 1. 1 tr
accordiuglv and the str.ke was thought to
be at an end.
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Tm. (hicago c Great Southern Kailroad
ii !. 1...1 ,,i,.
was sold at Indianapolis, Ind . recently u-
i .it .. ti r,... . ,.f fi.i
der a decree to Henrv H. rorter, or Ciu-
.. , ,,,,, f-jniwo
cago, the onlv bidder, for .'0IJo.
AMiritK ts "stock- were somewhat lower
in London during the week ended the -.Tib.
The Paris Hourse w as unsWadv.
AV employe named John Kolman and
more than forty horses were burned to
death in a tire at Neisw anger"- livery
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r.tiitfi JVitilio vii1 .iw. v .-. -.w,.....r (
Tin: German Iteii'h-tag. by a vote of 1SI
to :i. Iiils ieji cted Bismarck's Spirit Monop
oly bill. The member of the right refrained
Ft itTiii:i: socialistic riot broke out at
Charleroi, Belgium, on the J.-th. Many
persons, including women, were killed and
wounded by the troops sent to repress the
di-orders. For a time tho town re-em bled
a pandemonium. Immen-e damage was
done by the incendiuriMii of the mob.
Ci.i:i:i.nc, hou-e returns for week ended
March -'7 showed on average increase of
l."V..- compared with the corresponding week
of last year. In New York the increa.se
Tm: Peoria fill.,) County Alm-hottso was
destroyed by lire the other morning. Loss,
SIO.POO; insurance, Jil.Wn).
Tin: principal car shops and locomotive
manufacturing -hops of the Northern Pa
cific railway, located at Brainerd, Minn.,
were ikstioed by lire recently. Los.
Focu wreckers of a freight train in Mex
ico wen recently captured by the soldier
and at onre -hot.
Tin: estimate- for the mxt ii-cal year as
introduced in the Canadian Parliament
-how a retrenchment of '.UX),0V).
Tin: damage done to property by tlie
striking miner- at Chartois. Belgium,
amounted to S!.i.(il. 'I he striker-threatened
to destroy tin gas works which sti'H
plitd the city w ith light.
A KitnvNT ha- been i-sucd fr the ar
rest of Spear- Hoiliiisworth, county treas
urer of Knox County. Ind.. on the eharge
of embezzlement. He was alleged to be
-hort in his account- between -v-IMa) and
Fjivvk Ij--i.u: and Thomas Green,
moiinted United States inspector- of cus-
loin-, while searching for sinuggleis at
I.auoria. on the boundary line, twenty-live
miles southwe-t of Tomb-itoue. Ariz., re- (
centlv. weie attacked bv Mexican-. I lie
iii-pector-promjitly ie-ro-ed theline,and.
when on American -oil, opened lire on the
Mexican- and wounded one.
Li:wi- Ti:i.Tr.i: wa- as-a-siuated recrnt
h in Santa Clara canyon. Mexico, while
en route from Jimulco to the silver mines
iu :h State of Ditrango. Tin iir.udered
man was at one time a wealthy a promi
nent citi.en of Chicago, but for the pa-t
mx year.-has been engaged in mining in
Mexico. Tin- make- the third American
muiih'ivd in the canyon tlii- vesr.
lti:. i )-cl ItvitM -. of Cincinnati, has
been sent up for two year- for bigamy.
Tm:i:i: Detroit tiruts voluntarily advanced
the wage- of 'J.."iiii men the othi rday.
Om:u -1.0il.lHJ in gold was exported
from New York during the week ended
Two more Chicago linns adopted the
eight hour sy-toin.
A MiN'ri:-' strike has bi-en ordered in
Penn-ylvnnin District No. "I.
Tin: schooner Charle- H. Tilor.-e is- stip
poted to have sunk the Oregon.
Ui:av liood.s and much destruction of
property were icpoitetl in Alabama nad
reuue.ssee on the "50th.
Tin: pnnciial feauire in the Missouri I'a
citic strike on the '0th was the consent of
II. M. Hoxie. Vice-President of the com
pany, to nnct n committee of the men to
arbitrate the diirerenee.-. At Kansas City
a train was switched oiT the track and some
of lhe cars were wrecked. Une of the sup- ,
po-ed guilty purties was shot in the leg by i
an ofiieer while re-isling arrest. At Par-'
sons. Kan., n pu--enger train was wrecked
and Mail Agent Moore was seriously in
jured. Fii:: started in the St. Clair Theater at
Key West, Fla.. early on the morning of
the "0th. An immense area was swept by
the flames, the lo being put down at j
$l,ol0.00o. Insurance only about SlCO.cVJ.
A ".yiloni: reeentlv swept Hcro-s a por
Hon of Bullock Lounty. Ala., and in lit, ;
path struck a negro church in which a fu-,
ueral was going on. The church was blown (
down and four person- were killed and tea '
Di-ecri un- from Bel-r-um of the 00th re-
ported the troubie.- in the mlniug regions .
quieting down. j
Mii. !!r-ti.CY anil daughter were Imracd
to death in a tire at Bron-oa, Mich., re
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A imsPatcii from Frsnklin. La.
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AXh say-: l"he steam-r .Mary Lew is of the ' lif-n vilu: ha- an A. U. L . v Jt-dge.
Morpin Line was snnk lat night by collid- Tur petiple of Norfolk were greatly str
ing with a bridge acro.-s the Atcbafaiaya , n-I ami shocked by the recent annntiart-
river n reilc and a balf Im-Iow- Patter.-.u-
vilie. The engineer, pilot and two negro ,
deckhands were hru To-day the eteamer !
Barmore went to the cen- of the w nn-l: to .
save the cargo and machinery n:nl wo '
engagetl in thi- work when her boiler e-c-(
I lotieu. Tttj men were very sunou-iy ,
wouade and four wcrJ drow tied.
... ... . m
-fctiK'tcncy lull unaer uiscus-:e. iaeu-nse .
was in Committee of the Whola on tLe
Post-otlice Appropriation b:lL
Senator Cilu-m has introdaccd ia the ,
Senate a bill appropriating AM,iaM for th-,
rectionofamonninent to Abraham
The corres-H)ndence of the State Depart-
meut relating to Chm-hje immigration has
becn sent to the Senate. It is verr volcmi- ,
. . ... , . , . . ;
the House to z
Tur r..mi!mf t..h?r !o1!r.-nit. afiWior ' tinuneial character and t-osib.v mav in- ." ... 1:... r ,:i.. ..1 i,..l -i. 1 : r "a snT e .
rani-mi nriie oi irri inicrcsi. t. .. ... . ... .: vn. ., w.. ... .v ..-. .- - ...... ..... - - --,..- --- .-.
rsh.p of the ITn.sLt-; of Labor : 7 " , '. . I tnj-ncr irvtsoorn; at -cTrn vk.. 01 ck-ei. xol aa nKKivii or --j--- ,-.-. .
-...., fvs,w .--: . lac miuic ua:i: wt.u o. ... -"-":- th. ii ;l.!i: tin n ,-r U.I.M U hl-St ti- d,lul r-rh-fi !u-r. K . ... '" vtt--5 R"i
DMSwr-w.i,ufc. , -..,--,. whi-h tu-v t-j Tj-en for tatr T V ,.-.. 7'l " " i." -.1..- . T.. . ' ,7.'. .-".' . r J I nxtt bto-rlv A
Coua has inroduceJ In the, . ,: , " m-r me. v nuc -at hto m a -a----i .- nr "i v. j --- "'"J"'-A -M ejM?I dVrrs- a,-i ,.
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widow of the arct. explorer in " T! kJT t0 K - ?B? bC "' 1 bXrtl . tZC" "
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NfiMlASKA STATE NEWS.
At Omaha the jury in th ca of John
TV. Lnuer. who -hot hi; wif Lit October,
claiming to have mistaken her for a In: r-rh-r.
returned n verdict convicting Lnue: cl
man-laughter. Under the statat- the
-enalty tconflneeal In lb penitentii-.T
from ono to ten year. Switnce '.va rt-
.erved. lm: it wo Iwheveil that ..hejiMjJ
., . ., .... tw.-i.v o'th.
.ciii(! mm (9 toe ejcuvnie ttniij o. me
,OUKX ""l . ia 71'-,---....
law. The jurv va-out nearly Ir.r-e -3.
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hours and at the trial, wh.eh latel alon
had Ja his employ a man named J,bn-on or
Andcr-on. Steadmaa discharge! the man,
wbich so angereil him that he shot Stead-
rnun in the lowel-. causing deitb in a short
tim-. Tlie deteraiio then t'.ed, hotly pur
-uel by a po.e, one of whom. Edgar Kv r
ett, was shot and killed, and several other
wounded. Tlie murderer took refuge in a
barn and detled arrest. During the -.egw
the barn was fired and totallv con-uined
t-. :,....t :.,.Af ti,..,i....,..r..,i r..
loaini in ilc runt.-.
! As unknown tramp made an otitragoiis
. ..... . it.
n-satilt upon a little girl near Long r:.i-
., . , . .. . ,
tho other dav. but was speedilv btiu'.etl
. down and captuied. It rcjuiriNi a po e
, , ,
thirtv nun to prevent the infuriated
, ""1 !lu hanging htm.
, . is state, that hou-ehold goods are U-
' 'K unloaded at aIparaio by the carload,
hich goe-to prove that many people ate
"hng home-on the fertile prairie-of Ne-
. bniM:n. ....
I mui.v Li-srrrn:. a tinted States naval
ollieer vi-itmg hi- brother near Wnketield.
' wa- instantly killed the other da.v by the
accidental di-charge of a gun while ruling
; in a wagon to go hunting.
t Po-t-oifii r changes in Nebra-ka for the
week ended March 'JO: L-tablished. Butka.
Loup County. Frank Butka. postmaster;
Loyal Hill, l.anca-ter County. Benjamin
i.ojii inn, i.niiea-iei i oniiiv. jeujaiiiiii
- ' - .
I . Dodrill. po-tma-ter; Phebe. Keith t oun-
tv, Mamie F. Jack, po-tma-ter. D.-owi
. ., ii ,. ..
tinued. Bartonville. Iiontier County.
Brooks, Howard County; Loup Fork, How
n nl County.
Two appropriation bill- have been re
ported from the Committee on Indian Affair-to
the Hou-e. making appropriations
for the rebuilding of militarv jio-t- and thr
completion of the po-ts already begun.
The lir-t contain- a chiu-e appropriating
SH0 (re) for the rebuilding of Fort Hob.u
son. Neb., and the -ecotid bill authorie
the completion of improvement-begun on
Forts Niobrara and Omaha, in Nebraska.
Tm: bridge over the KIkhorn river at
Crowe!! has been -wept away by the Hood.
Tin: Union Pacific leads by twenty milei
in the railnad race to the North we-t. Tho
B. v M.. however, is making giant-liUe
stride- to clo-e the gap, and contractor
have l.'VH) men and 1 .(. teams at work on
the Grand I-land vV W timing Central
grade. It i-expected that both road-will
reach isroki-n uow aiMiut .inly -I.
I wo years ago a farmer near Scotia.
Greeley County, found a gold nugget in
the craw of a chicken, and the other day '
the same farmer in digging a well discov
ered the glittering -and laden with gold
nugg"t-. varying in si.e from a pin's head '
to a pea. Scores of people (locked to the
tiuil and were permitted to ti-h u; the rich ,
sand and nnnlwe it. An old mine pro-
peetor was found, and hi-opinion that it
was pay dnt increiietl tie excitement
Fivi; thousand homestead entries have
been filed in tie- Nehgh laud otlice.
Tm: body of George iloge. who disap
pear"d fmm Kiini'V Inst November, wa-
leeeatly found near the highw ay nortli of
Tur. lo-s of Farmer John-on. in who-e
barn the Hurt County desperado took
refuge and was burned out. enn not be ib
linit-'ly e-t:inated His barn, with con
tents, i- coinp!etcly de-trovetl. His dwell
ing i- considerably damaged, and his farm
and lint orchard completely ruined.
A Illinois wool manufacturer oiler- to
locate in Omaha and put 10,0iyi in a fac
tory if the city v. ill raise ? .'.1.0)0 for a build
iiig. Tun nineteenth annua convention of
the Nebra-kn Sunday School As-ociation
, will be held at Central City, Merrick Couti-
1 tv. commencing Tu-dav evening. June I.
1 -. and continuing Wcdne-tlay andThur
J L-T November the confession of a con-
, vict in the Nebra-ka pi-nitentiarv wa
inail public which implicated a fellow
convict named Pieron. ll charg'd the
1 latter with the murdcrof Wat-on 15. Smith.
, former ch'ik of the lnit-d State- Court at
Omaha. It w a- one of the most noted trng-ethe-that
ever occurred anywheie in thi
country. and wa- the result of a content be
tween the temperance people ami saloou-
t-rw.,ir,rr Pii,-cr.c trtll 4-rTiirrfl fltl I he
!- ; -i ---
.-.mi. nun n-nes-e-.j.etioiiiMiiijoi wic-in-iin
he was arre-ted. At the preliminary exam
ination he wa.- held to nn-wer.
Cn i:i- Nrmio. of Mndi-on.denies the story
recently published to the elTcet that he had
salted a coal mine near Ewing and sold the
adjacent land for a large .-um of money.
A rui:r fight with knives at Kenk-dinan
the other night re-ultcd in seriously wound
ing Cttis Kleber and Jo-eph ("ootlwin Tb
latter is not e.xpect-tl to live. The dav 1-e-fore
T. C Munger. county attorney of
Dundy County, was without provocation
murderously as-aultcd by Mike Farrell at
Haigler. Farrell and Kleber are u.idcr nr-re-t.
CJroKor. Cu.i.r.v recently went to his
. i.. :.. t-t. ,.... f- .- . ,
. ...,-, ,r-
iie-iii-eM -u.ns,.iii tiL in- iiiiiiii. . in- it-r
receivetl a serious wound in the brea-t ami
was bnitally leateii. and his son and
daughter each reeei--d a slight wound,
Drink was the cause of the trouble. Callen
W. (". Ki-Tt.r.K. foreman of the flouring
! mills at Madi-on. wa- tlrowaed the other
j dny. He was in n lont removing -ome ice
I in the vicinity of the mill dim. when the
loat uji-et anil he wa- -wept over the dam
m'nt of the di-apintnnet of Clutrle- P.
Malhewn. pnicent of in .or.o!k .-
tioual Bank. He left the city and mub-d
a letter to bis wife on the Ukii nr Cki-
cago. aying he was m:al "hnd cxmUl not
face tli-R.-tcr and would not rclurc Hi-
i:c was prusii-aieu j .ne --. a. is
suppo-o-i a:- t::i.u-uit:e- are coienr a
AN od ladv bj- the 3ain, ot Kaitmaa.
-nnhftl, ' ' ..-, K,r MMrrij
i sons near nelson, one uiorainjr recenuv
... ..,... ..!
., 1TW.tfs.t-1-w on, nnd ..-! .
cad h?artv. Aller brMkfa-; she took
Uu-llw,thr!. nhil, w wrat oct !
1 to do the chores. Ui-on their return tb-y 1
atdl sitting in tue chair, bat j
-H-am.J uuw.-. .v.-r mwi... t- , , .. i. .l , l,. .p.n.i, rr , - xA-rmi a -!- TaSlB VtZ Tiy rH irt. IWiCl 0i la-arl
1 rlia-nni. tn fir.,1 tl-t tUfr hn.ll ltl -IiCfi . . i . -. . .. . . i .. . .'w.- . ..1. a
THE STRIKE SETTLED.
owtirrl.r ami CmtM Mrrt nn-i ,rrnt th
3Ii-.-ourl rn.rii.1c Tr-mldo AHillrwtloa
NcwVons, .March i0. Yesterday worn-
Ing at eleven o'clock T. V. rowurtT and
V. II. McDowell called on Jay i.ouW at the
latter' rkience. There t!iv wet Jlevr.
ja. r;otlj,i Hnnkln
Hicnr a a cicra! .
,,, , .. ,v
atlon in the southt
and (iconre .ttIL
dirtteMn of the 5ilu-
ut by both stdo. and a
Waslnn ton to render a.-.-lance if I oMb:
Insett.tn the stt,ke. Mr. MclMwell,
howcer. r tnaued with Mr. l.uiiSd aihl lus
Iart and Mr. liou'd l.nall, handed to Mr.
Mr I owell the tol.owuig cotniiiuii.cation
T. V. PowtUrlv, (,raml Mn-ter WerVlimn
I jti:-ii.KT- uniir. li ot ki I i irta
I . , , t- . l ...I. I Liu - .. I!.... . iti , r.
tfitir if!nr itf tho f h in.fift! T Hr N f tt'
" ..- '""' I .' "
that I uj.i to-morrow mornnir ed the fT-
lowing telegraphic tn-truet on- to Mr Hon,
i.-enerat nutimfc-erof th-M oiin Pae tie mil-
mill. r -i
l.ou - In re-uiirn-- the invi-
iiu-nt of tr
rams on the ,M.-.ur Put dc h.I .n
the tille- nc ot iiilnirer- in the -i vt-r. le-
partirierit-o! th -ctimpan. (rie pr fereitceto
iur late emjilote- whether the ht, Kn phi
of Ijtlior or not. excerit that oti i.. imi em-
Ploy uiiv p.Twm utin ha injured the eom-
puny s pnifertv diir.usr the jMte -mke tMr
Aill'011 ds--hnrire mi per-on b h' taketi
r u e wiui ia.- et.:npmi .iitnwir - - --
enccs tdtweeii the emtioj t - iiJ the totn-
i'V no onji'vir t i' aiii'iiniio i -
.- . v.l.a. ii. uff. - f iiinr UToP.
imn. pu-t or future Hop nir the ninive ui
be satistuctory. I reina n our- ver Im'i,
J VV (tut l.ti. iTc-ld'Ht-
The e.xtctitive Unml of the Kn.glit of
Labor have sent-out the lolloping tele
gr.on: Martin Inm-. chainiian execnt'te bonni.
I A. lei. M. I.oiii- I're-idetit Jn (ifiild has
coii-eiiied to our pro;m tin fcr rtrt tration
nnd -o teiei:ntdi.- Viet 1'res dent Hoale.
inler the men to re-time 'irk at onic. lly
order of the executi e I oanl.
T. V. Pow ih:ki.i . ii. !. W.
The executive ImhuI also .-at out tho
folio.. hie telegram:
'-. ..,,, l-i,.i., ,,r i i.., ..,.-,. 4,- v.. . ii,.
.o the Kniifht.-ot Labor now on 'tr kens the
h.. . .i, iw.i!.i ,.i ,A.....i..i i,..iii.
I n - dent J.t (.oind hn- t on-ente.l to our
pnqio-ltioii tor url'itntt.oii ni:d -. teli-irntph
Vic. Pn-ident Hox.e. lur-uant to wst-
erittili:e lii-trm l.ou. m-nt tit tin- e ha.rinitti i-f
'the eecutie I. oun!. Ii -trl I A emb) b'l.
j oil are d reeled to re-inae 'ork at unco.
By ortle r ol the tcutt bnaitl.
T. V. Powiuiti.v, G. W M.
I Congressman O'Neill arrived from Wash
ington just in time to get the new. He
saul Hint the Labor ( tiiiim ttee had pre-
paretl a bill which he wmild pre-ent lo tlie
HoiKe to-morrow In wlrch he thought w re
proi-ioiis winch could prevent fututn
trouble like this. He -.ml that -ome 'J.vOO
or IO.U0U ui'opte had leeii tlnectly ailected
by the strike, ami unnumbered thou-aitd.i
had iiulnei tly been alfcctcd. Heepre.ed
great p!ea-itre thai lhe end cone -o p. ace-
ably. He leturneil to Washington at nod-
night. Me--r-. Powtlctlv and .McDowell
will meet .ur. iioiini Hi..- moiiuug by a;-
('t irriNo iow n.
St. IU!-. March -t. -The strike -titu-Rtion
on both -ides of the liver was ery
quiet yesterday. Aside from Its be.ng
Sunday, a dii.htig tain
with now ami
then a bti-k shower, fell mo-t of the day.
and nobody caied to loiter lut the di-t
iiml yard-, 'lhe Wabi-h -cut out one tian
in the alteration, but lcoitd this no ultcmpl
was made to move train-.
1-1 tiltlKH n MIl.triA.
Ti:xai:kana, Ail:.. Match ". -'I ho
freight blockatle in this city was biokt n
r-Iciday morning ami a fteiglit Imin w.n
sent north with freight ftom M. I.oius un
der a strong guard of mi itia. Gicnt ex
rlteuictit prevailed, and ln) -Inkers weie
:i-sciiiblid in tin Missouri Pacific janl.
'1 he imiitia ovciaweil thein, however, and
the train left without .qo-ilnii. At
Matidei.1 Ie. ten miles north of '1 exnrUann.
a crow d id stnkcts tiied Jo sidctr..fiw ami
w reel; Hie Ham. in mi 1'ia -catteiou
them and captured twehc tf the trik-is,
who weie brought back to 'I cxarkana and
put in jat:. The ihmii ng of tin- train i- re
g.utleil bv the p-op.e ot Texarant as
bicaking the backbot.e of the .stni.c at tlui
Neisw ailg'T- lllble at K.Hfii. I'll I'.i.rnri!
.o I'mplote and I'orJy llor.e- !.
Kan-as Ci rv Mo., Mareli . Nei-wa ti
ger's lively -table, at Fighth and Wnlmit
streets, was destroyed by lire at :t:3u es
teiday tuoiiiiiig. A hostler noned Folmati
was -niothcreil and. r.ll the Imr-e. in the
stable, abo.it fifty in number, jHti-lnil.
The large stock of buggies, -.Vigli-. rtc,
canicd bv the linn wa- badly damn-reo. and
the pecuniaty Joss will aiiioutit to fin y
SJ.1,000. Ti.e oiigin of the terrb
ble tue is unknown. It wai twenty
minute- p-ft three when an em-
plojeof the stable named Chris Jjghteiiger
tli-coverfil lire in a pile of straw In tin;
northw.-st corner of the basement, lie
gave the nlarm and ju-t had time to cra-.l
out m his ingt'ii c.oine-'. i or- omer em-
. .,..-.. it
pitnes were aw2i.eneti in nine 10 --r.nioie
ou; a,i tin till dejfirttiient w.ii at once
rot 'lied. The Uanies spread as if
ennpowder had been ignded. ami it
was iuipo-sib!e lo even attempt a rp-cne
of the hors. A hostler called "Ibii-
ton," who-e n.me wa, John Foimin, wai
.sleeping in the finat part of the stable, tin-
tier the sidewalk. There was no way of get-
ting nt Intnl. and It w.s not t-ll the fire was .
under control that Ids Lodv was found. He ,
was twenty-eight ears old, and came here J
from Hostnn a few months ago. 'I he . smoke ;
was so dens that it tilled the street
for blocks awa, and the firemen could
do nothing but stand on the out-
side and pour water In at
ojK.nlngscutbya.xes. The slruggk-of the
hor-es were terrible. They groaned and
klcke.1 In their terror and sulTer.ng. but all
ethirts to aid them were futile, ami every
,rtJ.,ix hors--; wiP, t-!ougt-d to the th -art of :h- G'vrnifunt u ffer-
jjrui and In addition to the-e wrre a large "'' to 1s rlalt.i for .'. :sr rent. .f
nuuiber of boarder, inc uding fine hor s the -unount of the ran-mc f tfc "m1
o'viud by Judge PMIip, Mr. Alex Fraer, u'ider th- art of 1-J. The I'onti of CJ.xi.-
Mr. John Suutli md half a -iw-riM tlwKle.1 that the r-.ilr-n! ("-niMi.r tm -
other-. Most of the nones were valuable, rtrtlcd to $!0.( fr-r rnM rmrf-nl
-o-ne being worth as much SiOOOapieo-.
It was about four .,' clock le-foje lhe fire ,
u:- .sufWdenUv und-r control to cobb- ;
the hremen "to rtl-r the b-itUiug.
tlosWin wa touno oil in- i-nj. uaviu-;
,4pxci.tly been .-.atotherctl 111 hU sleep. )
ni tn-tti minvi.i tif ii! iWpnt nirn
siitl all decent neriodicnJs i- to -tabU-h
u y character s.il to kc-rp it altar It
j, It Isn't a rfin-lon of tnoniKtr
M, mUch n.-of Ini-in---.-. It u ! tt"r
to j. truthful arid honi-st Ujai"-i liar or
ft ;0,.f. It ;-the tjHCstioii whether to
-, : r , .-. hii-ine.- oi a iww
. the center and bow- to each coris'-r-
" declare- that tbl- exhibition of yo
litenes.- U intended to prwpttiau the
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P,nlA. AfCWU P- lo.m' " " . T
jra . J? -i, sS Z
o( ; P!ny pecoharir it- own.-rti-
The jKxition of sroman in the Ko- op le otr-- a- t isprtnea , mm rr.ffo. Metis Uillioa ta-n-an
.--.x-ial economy is a strance one. ' d ri--fc--r-. Tb acUoo i tainj s trrjaj-iVd tlt throe --
, ItJ'rh In th A-Trrmnt Mj-'I I t-t -
lnwtlrrly aii-l hnilliUrtir Mlifc- 'till ln-
st. Iavi March SA. Ia: ntglr-z, while
the catcalir cmunlUe wa In Mt4ti,
th follow in dima-rn w, u-ctrivt-tl ttvta
.nrJttn ! anwt
n to tb nMtlW i rtMtrato. AiKrttkrr
der of tb ttmni.
"i '' MI ' !- wc -
' condition of ailaits la New orc mU-
ir ch d be thine by tbe eccMti.e oom-
mittce in the asv ot onlrrinc tbe tne twek
to work until further ItWnwttnni
were received fri Mr. IViwderty. N"t
or,jor will imw be ud. Noihtnr rati lo
.inn.. , k'l flr.. u ..tLiHi'v ,Im. ilu.
tration id U iirreci to. ' Mr. ltHH. tbo
chairman of the committee, h exivctetl
.. j- Jr,M., ,HlniL this luornlnr. a1 he
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,. ,. , ..
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Vl'iKT AT -T. I.ot I-n
Warrant-were sworn out .tvtvrirtv nt
tj. ;,tnn,.,. f .K,cUI att.irne Of the .Mb-
. ,, , J , ., ..
OU!"1 ''' ""d ca n-t J. J. MH.any.
Judire AdMc:e of Ih-tr ct A-scmbJy 101 ;
C. M. Chae ain! a man iumd Itunlette,
under the eeucrl rba.e id te.tmv. but fnr
" " - r- - - - -
the sHciiic otfensj of ohv.iwrtjm; tra.
ami iit-pa3-int: ujx uie ptopetty ot tne
ttni.tniiv. Tnttllc ha- Imcii rnrtKn:t t-
su.uei! on the It on Moitnta n nail
. - . .. .
TKM.Ns t l -ltr AT hW-.- ttTV.
Kan-a- i'ir. Mo.. Mntrh 30. -1 Uree attempt.-
wert- made to run trim- hereje--er.Uy.
two of which w.ru attended with
dithrulty. Tl-e Sirt was at 7.30. 31 r.
Drake, .Mr. Dalb and stveral other otUchiLi
had :eeii in the nrds -.iwe Iimh o'ctocSc and
at the hour mciitioi.cd had a tnuimt iwrnty
cars loaded with grain readv to co out. A
few striker- were In the ard, tut: after
ha vim: pulled a few coupling Jhii- they
. , . .
were tl riven away by eu-eaiit Newgeut.
,, ... ;. - . . ..
At Atip.eton tin tram wa- met by
, , , , J
uuzciiG with tings and a brass
band. M nmui another train of
twenty cr.ts was sent eat. This one wis
tijggett it the distiller, by -rnkeri and tho
eti'Tiiieer at their te,tiest backed the tm.ii
to the State lu'ir. Here the tlieuiau and
two tirakiviien left the train and refu-ed to
go ImcSk. Their places were supplied by
other men, and at three o clock another
start w.i- made with Bound-man MrGtnnti
and oftVers Jd Dai-, William Dais,
Clarklu and Fo-ter in the cab. 'lhl lima
i.o intertuptloti occurred, the o(Iicert !-
laainmg on the engine until lnilceudence
wa-ieailusl. The la-t train out was one
-cut west at I -::u. At Bjiun. alsuit ekht
miles from W jandotte. some thirty ineu
sptnng out of the woml and signalled the en-
gtm-eitoslop. A-he did not do so one of Hut
men turned the -wtich and the engine ran
down on a lde track. When the train wro
balf way ist the switch the latter was
turned back and two car wrecked. Tim
men allowed the engineer to clear the tualn
trick. but as soon as he had done o tho
engine was lati-d. Mr. Drase say he 1ms
the name- of several of the party and that
one ol tb'iit was a-witchuian who stiur
withtlie Kidgbls ot Ldmr.
At .ui On, Te., March 30. An dig nt
nnd ten cats aimed here uMciit (roui
Pott Worth. The strikers dro.e the eii-gineei-
lti-ui the ch and killed the eimii.e.
and last night Unity m.isked -tidtei lo--k--I
up the glMiil at tie- it-iilid liou-r ami di
atibtl the engine- in t. A .stxoKg ftUJtil w
watching the btii.duig.
FIRC AT COLUMBIA.
Viiiii Hull-till-:-.. TiztlT Willi futile Htxt
lilirr rtitiell, lrlr,Hl it! Ctalni'
CoMMltlA. Mi., Mnrclf il. taliur.
nft'-r one o'clock ye-tenl.iy inomlnc a ttn-
tailed In the Marsh ,V 3terii -ab utlle. a
frnine building In the center ot the Uiok
between Ninth ami Tenth st-eci o IttoHd
wa, and it was not long until the follow
ing buildings weie coiiMiuicd: (MoiiImiI-tat'--
three story tram- building ore -piml by
P.itker 'c Dcar.iig, turnitute tealet
undertake!-. and (.crime's eonft-c.
tioiiety sj(Jre and resilience J. J
Stephens' two stnrv fiauiP; Hopj.r .V Sxi't
gifHfiy; (.'. W. Juki lis two sVry tueUI
UMif bilc. orctipitt! by Itotith .V Hull, fur-
iilliireniid uiiduiiaket': J. S. UiK-ey, two
story btlrk. occupied by Ilatbm's jmjMr
tore, at;d K. .o!dings cotifecthuM-ry imi
with Frank Thomas phohtgtaph cattery
above. J. S. Dorey alo lost his ftame rd
deiiceandone story btick .-.lore tMrur-ieii by
Mr-. Lougeay, ml incry. .Mri. Netf i.st a
two stor)' frame -tore, ox-upletl bv Ke.Iir.
sboeuiat-er, and Mrs. I! chanMi. iiill.lne".
witli Tohhi, photographer, n'-ovc. Th
Stem and Marsh -tables and thirty bend of
stock weie a total lo-s m.m also a btlrtt
re.dcnce on the .vmtheast corinr tf the
block owned by btewart .V I'ri". Mr",
-.--' j 11. Prew.tt lost thtec dtviliin
i .ni-e-nrniss the -t reel west of the viable.
i he .iitirrnHtn iiiiiitiuic truilsi a a
.. .. . ... .... ... .. . . . ..
pnniing oiii'. up .a;r. ami vot ikc mwi
news -tand and hanlv-v Ure on the fttt
floor, is the only bulitiiu- -a twteu.ry.
btick that Is iefl "Uiidmg chi the jti-n-.
'I he total losi on buildmg, stck of gt-o-J-.
etc.. will probably atnount :oJ."0.0W. atct
LOST THE CASE.
Thr limrrnm-ni l It. ,pp-iI In ih-
Milt .c'-'i the Lult.t. r-ritir itllr..i
Wasiii.n,toV, March 30. The -supreme
Court of the i'nib-1 St -tc hx affirmed tli-
j,,.-,,,,.,,-. f)f th-s Coort of Clalin in U.
. ,., ,.,. ,
uts between the I nion.I aciftc ILnlro-d
Uimpany and the I nltrd .Stab, grov-im
oiimimwcc- ""'"- "" -o- i
iranKirimg trie man ani g-'Trsrnwetn
them, ail -o
mr i.m-riiDin.1. hw wi iw i mm auw
on their o,nb-r c a.ra wrrc cnUJl U) b-
envcr St.4'T.fcrT. awl Kate 4ciM'nt m
favor of Ue t Mrd State for tfe -fiffet-
- "-. ..fc.M wi v. t--
llii- K-tihs t;!ljl Cra-ifortl.
r ,. - t t i. . . ..
f.f.j. i. w,. rr4l ,- t'- Pi
f-M, Naft-rt. M-. Thr tvmnrTut s --wt
Uy Uud-7taker OiIic--t. kImi arrtie-l fcet-
Jo-4ay, He -aifeh-we-! Un- bljr -ativh
I l hen
i! u. I. kb.-.tifti mm iv.il.
reui-a east, Te jvrr nt W .
Tin- Ci o-lii. Mllitl. t 1'mxI.
WxinisoTi... March 30-1'erry IIH- , I-rrrus: lUx. .tt iUtch 'X.Ymi:
nvn, cbaJrtsa-i of tkr lUe Ccr-Rraittce -T fcnijt.: train -hrk -ot tii frutu
oa Kwrim Affair. ll tli aftrrocrm hv H--- at ta. rrtjuc-t uf tb ct'lirtcs vl T-
trwJac-; a bJI arjn-jinat.nr tLe uta of arkana, j ai4 -- o-jJ.lt-. jsrvt-ctcit -
1 51C-1.O0O Ui faj tfec -Uacr mi-cl
MN IttiM lllsb Cmlai In tllrlim4.
lrrfct ll-l of Trrtr-lrnmit
UfTrt t HttiT Vlilr.
Itwrwrt , March 'l. The danw 4r
In pcnt:tv bv Uie jtrkiBiC ttir xi
Clxrt4pi alone Irrody aRKMmi to Jit.
060. Tfc xi6rf Urracwd U 4ritr '
Kixs TOt wlucli upfs'r the city vrlth t ?
rtl uuo rlfor-vtr.it'i of tfr h
bn : ivt W pitleat tb! ;frt
Pirrty S nmiM vaImo !? hrm
-inw M Vj Ui ttii u aih xrmmt ChM
n:. ami rvmtrr eJo fca i btl iHuif'
xmd msn4. In .Mer pv ifti Vtj
tknM a Wv of il.MftOiNI ba k-nm mi
by uto vtrilto.' ilnlniylMj; Ubw cm fae
turln. At HtM, tw- mile ttmn "ka1wl.
U .i r&altict tfneft ti-tK ,ml rforsw dv
of tlie Utter we hi 4rL Tlli tVtVv
ate rtaiil wtih Uu.l:(-n and a.iH )tr
they c.mld Mt r4(ata H?nrtt,
The rhaSmiR OntrvrttAat &t lvm$t h
Uu iletnel Uy ftrc by the tnkrtx T
cU-wofVs at Marcomir au Wml. t
ImHiv. frwMi Charlcrol, were born4 hf ri t
rr Sfltunlay. The &l mHw prtrar j,t
HerltfL thretf mUe ttm l.rtr, br r
fit-isl to arrcde to tho iewaml tm a tmva-tv-oYc
jf cent inerra. in lbe Hace of
!bir men. and lhe miact CI nikdoa5p4 r
trite. The roUtm: will, at Mates
ae 1'fea acKCl Uy Ufcnrv (Un
.striker ate everynhexr In the Mtnlir:(
tic. fofCioc iMrli tt 4op wtrk. mmJ ,,
gtilu; atxMt p4l!axno: lh (n'Utt tm. Tb
1--a1 mtthrfUi-s art ab-o atT rr
Jess I elure re ial UWron-ir. crra)(t of
the rioters It will now rsiuir :..
. " ' -
re .nfoir-N-te itls of trtops to iitoil b tin.
At Vi'letie the thurcer tttttu trn. r ot tarftftH--i
cttttit Stnrdy that a -tfUrbMrtii i.f
triMq-- with art. lien wa il it nnnmmm h
an apHn for help, ami the w!4Wr ti-ht
the scone jrt-t in time to xin- frMH 4trir
torn the Linileit works, nhirh th twtet-
wri, at Hi I ti train. Many of ttMt ttuit
A reijn of terror prvntl It OkirW'.
The sttlVers. thi-MiitN lit imidw. a,
armcit with weapon- of every drT iMMti
heltl hsm".oii uf the lrrtta ail dj. .VUer
stont niMl dwellitor hare t-tM actitrt-Kt
and pllhkctt nnd In -oie rase tnMMnf.
The mtlUarv missed In fti frtHM nit t
nelghtHirlnc iontr were w.l wlili Wfrtb'c
etSt-c: to dt-qwrs-j the Mrker. Tfco
trtMi-K, ai "MHii ai tly apfen-t,
were met by the mob and ftrrrrtr
asialtnl. Tho oriler to Q .
linallv clxeti and ereri t olio's i-r-
quickly oiircd Into the rants ..f Uk
slrlker. The result was twrtt of tan rteu
rr, kliletl ami !itudrrd-i of them n inmitriL
The ino-d iiitentrciteiniHit ptoslX Tht
hoje Is that the terrible nttair will ry
with It Us Irsso-?-. Ani.tfiw tbo UtW1-rt
burned by the mob I the ciMivetd ot .Haiolt-
The city U hi a tate of the wlht-4 o.
cltcment growing nut of mows of ni-rt-ife;-
and Hots in many inrfs iWlrtMM.
Crowds of roilglM pamliHt the kUhi-Ik ,-kJ-
unlay, breaking svtndows ani j---tltt
citleii. The pobcf matbt a m Wftr
exelttoti to d!ejse the IIH-h, wblril -coiiij'osed
of the worst fiemettU of Uk-
isiptilnikui. lMsp-itchiM Ir-.m Chtit
stitte thxt I.Oirt) a(ldtbmat tri.- ti mi
rlxed there and that the town id In tat
of Mege. Trvops ate mmi tlt:tMH(hni
the plare and Mo one ti tTiiUMl I ppt
the seittrle- without autbrUy. Tb In
bald Unit- rc Mfgisl l tkt ttsB a
clal.s to temaltt within dtrv -4y
of strth.-r-i nttaeketl th Cnuil't imu
wrli-t. Tbi weie tepul-l by th trttfpi.
Mt lid utriit UMW riH-nl..t. If m
iiotrrs threnb-n Ui rnturn In tme tvi i
tw ttVlr attack -Mm th witrk. i
advice rum Um mty tfet tlw ight tfc-
b-tlt ifi lb u l-$s ami thr- Milk ft f
lit- m-1 de-nt- rhr4rt-r. Tn of t
trikt- wtftu h 4ail ntl n Ukttw s-Mt-A t
wer wiMimlt'd. M lUnhMtk ! t if
nncr- e't4mMed ii i i-lti Uw tank.
Ti iit-Vtt roHtfh: tlffpermirl. and -
--efHl m iIhvIm-- (Ik- UtM-f, hfUitm itm.
A LU-ntrttftiit nit uitriii nt tt auf.t
H WirtlMile!. It in r-ttMbHt tfuM tl- Mm-
Hiimt rwlhVrr ha-i tN-rii .t mi ir by Ui
HNrh. Ml titttt l.e t5..f Hm- iHwt-4 Mm
Pinrmrs nnd MoHdcin gh-..sn wrllA.
IlKtsris, Mnicn -i I Mt-4-H tmm
(Urleril -y Unit Uicti m u (rtiM-r
riouws it Ual luvm, i.wlihg in uW kaitttg
"' -" erwi mm1 Hi,, Ht-wmitln-f C
MMI,,3f w Th H-M.-t ai J-Mf. ap--
th fprar k of tlie. Uv.p et iimmmm
J""1- l' mu In th IrwlfMlf,
Th" Uwn of.eit-J fire himI nmf t ttm
m1!) wrru woMiMtod.
A. N. KELLOGG.
Ilr-ttllt "f ill- Orlctii'tttir .t the .'M,fir
I'whlUlilttr. Il,i.,,ra In lh t,',tHl -Ualwt.
Cm .'. Marrh 37- -N--sIwmi bmn t
ax-l f Um t4tMUt, nt I'Uovilb. Ci.,
of Mr. A. V. KHk-cx. wmnl UM A.
N. Kt'Mtg Newpr-r CotntMMtr. Tbm4m-
roa-i-l )il fctici an ittvalVt tut rtmwi
ltd f Uto wn imabie w 4rmt
ri -cmI niiuUm u ttm ktttw
lt-i r-i-ftfa -hr'. U mmttdf tMv
i nwth Hi hi fcKr- nUi. H-tC7 1 trxwt.
huh w-ii-- wi.en-. mm mm
In the anxtliary jjlal-g
has grn init Mh mcrtm4 -m-4 m
jrUre xillon a hui or twi-t? -
umn. 1I- -- t-il-o s4rd--.l tmmm. a mmt
nt "-Tbn iMjejrfitj mwt uprlnHl-i-mti
rf cU-rrt. fk- Mt gr-utly e4-Hi
all lit m wa t.cialed thU him t mtj
of hi kiwi md iJip4hUi- -talari, awl w-
-.letjUllt'Os -:0efot:T. Hctltitfl'lMMi
jear t.f ar. H- Ira- a wbtmr -h i-n
d-tNchtT-. Ki Wate ther tMnHe la yw
lort. i nfciiii eiiy the r-uK-i' .! Ut
t.ken ff bwnal.
Mr. K-W-sf Ixkii t itj-sdlMc P.,
;Marr, '. ; ) i.Jtl -! 4.ht.
t,", al ( afi-i-i-. Nrw Yrfc. m
,fcAx ll-,-,,,,.. iWr K,
BW the yimmt of x eJ.iMr-r. ! .
nei Awm- i. iani-- at Ilarab.-.. Wp
Aogt SI, mM. lu -f. wUtfc . -j-
riewe--r. U- kt-amo hu t m
aH emrrif4 tke Mr of tb ttml
Jn.fr. -Mt ha! cpe pttMi w j,
.Ma,,,, ,W..j I Jvumtt rmm
;i rpni.nwe.1 to prnt a -pt-. -!-
mtHf m,ui 14&. hrm fan ui"hmm
arm 14 irfliiUnf 'tnit i-wiiWlii
cHwtt) j-rj-v Hr Sh!.U wp tk V.MimrS
X-nti i A,. 1... Tjfm
, ( i.HTaj. .,. K t ,u$mL rT-wrr
.uj. j4-m--i., .s-j-w yk ltmi -
'-tlrinz" It IrS.l. Cir- limn..
MMfcartcK. March rr.-nr- u.m -I
m t ,JI of tkUnz Mbd aaM-
"MK '" oc-- -etn tamtzUl tr
" '?-f Hie rrtottMl t.-jt toMkf.
atwt lb-- xart-trat- -aiMlt ' ifka 1. i.
---.-- ..---- .-- -MH--; mm im
I',i4awl - xis-to-rs in txmvrt
attork on UM- -M-t'O pfnl tm -tjfti--. A
ln !- cUc-e i-H.itAi miRtf -, ep,
to -4U ihe Uv. Th pttti?t. ra-r
JtUMtf frrTTimrtnl sea itij, .-,,. 1h t
r-iae-Jt Shy kul ttot w-rrked U eumu
x-.sa- ai--J Urfcirtbo 1--to -anr-jj-Jj t-rolcn.
"wrtW by :rtk--r at Fr-ursaa. -mtat !-
- a-n In ac-i
Iht L'vrti Mala ial-
tr-stioj; the fcrtc
and cal'tits Utc U
aUi hi pt-rvsvt; t&ter
r, T--st-r llujfes-a
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