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BED CLOUD CHIEI
A. O. HOSMER, Proprietor.
Nearlt $10,000,000 wii appro
priated by tho Fiftieth Congress for
the construction and improvement of
While party of Swiss students
were making bombs at Zurich receatlj
an explosion occurred, killing one and
Tax decrease ia the circulation in
February was $4,413,796 while the
mtoney and bullion in the treasury in
Tnx committee of toe lower house of
the Rhode Island Legislature has re
ported ia favor of repealing the pro
TUB Chicago. Milwaukee St Paul
railroad has reduced flour and wheat
rates from Minneapolis to Chicago fro
cents per 100 pounds.
Fobtt-vtvk members of the Dakota
Legislature have telegraphed Presi
dent HarrisoB for the removal of Gov
ernor Church at once.
Thk wildest excitement prevails at
Los Angeles. San Diego aad other
Southern California towns over the
gold discoveries in Lower California.
A suae cure for hydrophobia in the
juice of the peuca plants is claimed to
have been found at Aayacucho. Peru,
by a victim of the disease who was
Count Sawe, Marquis Madia and
three Japanese officers have arrived
at San Francisco to examine the mili
tary and naval systems of the United
Justice Stanley Matthews is still
so weak that it is thought he will not
bo able to resume his place in the
United States Supreme Court before
It is reported in Berlin that Bis
marck is expected to prepare a bill for
submission to the Reichstag relaxing
the rigor of tho Socialist law after
Governor Luce of Michigan decided
not to recall his extradition warrant
for the Electric sugar refining fraud
workers and tho prisoners were taken
to New York City.
In an interview M. Zanlcoff said the
Czar had emphatically declared that
he would not meddlo forcibly with
Bulgaria, the expulsion of the Prince
being an internal affair.
QurrEahot debate was had in the
Canadian House of Commons the other
night on the subject of reciprocity with
the United States. Sir Charles Tup
per opposed tho project.
TnE first official act of Secretary of
the Navy Tracy was to postpone from
March 15 to April 3 the time for re
ceiving proposals for the construction
of a coast defense vessel.
A resolution has been introduced
in the Illinois State Senate providing
for the submission to tho people of a
Constitutional amendment for tho rais
ing of all taxes by assessments on lands
George Cook, aed seventy, an in
mate of tho poor house at Crawfords
ville. Ind.. was recently found to have
$6.500-$4.000 of it in gold. He was
immediately discharged from the poor
Hkxbt W. Genet, familiarly known
as "Princo Harry" among New York
politicians, is suffering from a fungus
which is growing under his tongue.
The excrescence has already pushed
two of his front teeth out
The general belief among Minnesota
and Wisconsin loggers is that the
crop will, when the final figures are
all ia. show a shortage of twenty-five
per cent from the calculations made
at the beginning of the season.
M. Rochereau. a director of the
Paris Comptolr d'Escompte. which ia
closely connected with the new cop
per bank, died suddenly on tho 5th.
id in consequence of rumors there
b almost a panic on the bourse.
has purchased from the Frelinghuysen
estate the elegant residence which has
been until recently the homo of Sec
retary Whitney. Tho price paid for
the house and a part of the furniture
was understood to have been $80,000.
The Russian painter Verestchagin
defends his realistic paintings in an
article in tho German Review. He
states that an American colleague,
Frank Millet has testified to the real
ism of prisoners in the Russo-Turkish
war dropping by the roadside frozen
Washington police shipped eighty
three pickpockets, confidence men and
other suspicious characters out of
town in a single lot a couple of days
following the inauguration. Detect
ives from Baltimore and Philadelphia
accompanied them to see that they did
not stop at those places. .
The London Times, in a recent
Jnaaialarticle,aaya Ohat it hears
that the Anaconda, Calumet and Heels
mines have agreed to restrict their
autput for two months, and it is be
lieved the Rio Tinto will follow their
example. This would be done to help
the copper syndicate, which was in
dire financial peril.
The chair in which President Cleve
land sat for four years is one that he
had made to order and paid for him
elf. It is made of light oak to match
the desk 9de from tte
Besolutaaud sent to the White House
by. Queen Victoria. It ia.
de-spreading revolving ctainiitt
w- r f ... -a- aad R
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
GiMMd by Talagiaph and MaiL
THK SEHATE-EXZCtmVB SE98IOK.
Tan Seaate was in executive session a
saort tlave on the Mb, sad there being o objec
tion to say nomination made by President
Harrises, as I measly oontrmed sis CsMoet
Tns SmmU simply ssst on the nth aad
hamediAtely sdjouraed. (After aajourumeat
Want th Senate met on th 7th a not
was re4 from Vice-Presideat Morten that he
would be absent during tbe nay. Mr. Sherman
moved that Seeator Iagells be elected Presl
oeatpro tern., and Seaator Harris moved to
amend by sabstltutlag the saiae of Sesator
Voorhecs. which motloa was lost by s party
roteof t7toS. Mr. Ingalls was thea ehesea
aad a worn is. The Senate then adjourned an
rnsoxAx. and rouncu.
Srrator Beck, of Keatecky, who is still
at For trass Monroe, Is almost well again
aad will retara to Washington as soon as
tas wsathsr becomes settled.
Ex-PasaiOKXT Ciryrlavd aad family
left Washington oa the Cth for their fu
tare hosae ia New York.
A Brrur dispatch says that Herr Stne
bel goes as a special commissioner to re
store order la Samoea waters. He is re
acted to be an able diplomat. The Ameri
can aeooaat of tae terms of the armistice
arranged by Herr Kaappe aad Mataafa
are aot believed ia Berlin.
Kiro Milan abdicated the throne of
8ervia on the th ia favor of his son Alex
ander, aged thirteen. Regents will have
eeatrol dariag the Frisco's minority.
Kino Hcmrert, of Italy, has accepted
the new Cabiaet formed by Premier
CriapL It Is a comblaatiea affair.
Ml Tucmto, a conservative Journal of the
City of Mexico, aays it sees la President
Harrtsea's inaugural address a menace to
the peace of the Spanish American Repub
lics, especially Mexico. The same journal
also expresses a fear as to the policy
which Secretary of State Blaine may
Br a veto of 59 to 39 the Minnesota House
of Representatives refused to submit to
the people an amendment ia favor of pro
hibition of the liquor traffic.
GjcaxRAL Boulahokr in a letter to an
Italian paper declares his earnest desire
for friendship between France aad Italy.
Acstik Corbin, President of the Read
ing Railroad Company, is seriously ill at
his home in New York city.
Dion Boccicault and Loaise E. Thorn
dyko were married on the 7th in Mr. Bou
cicaalt's home, on Fifty-fifth street Mew
York. The ceremony was performed by
Chief Justice McAdam,
Tmc Peaasylvania House Judiciary
Committee has reported back the Single
Tax bill unfavorably.
Tan decree of exile against the Due
d'Aumale has been rescinded by the French
It Is reported at ,8aakira that tho
Abyssiaians are besieging Kassala and
that Senousis' army is marching on Khar
toum. Tm First Lord of the Admiralty has
submitted a scheme to Increase the English
navy by expending 21,&00,0QQ,
Simon Camerok celebrated his ninetieth
birthday at Harrisburg, Pa-, on the 6th.
Pabnexl received an oration at a ban
quet given by the Eighty Clab to Lord
Spencer at London oa the 8th.
Bcloarian newspapers are of the opin
ion that the abdication of King Milan was
the best thine be ever did.
Captain John Ericsson, the noted en
giaeer and inventor, died at Mew York on
the 8th. He was born July 3t 1803, in the
province of Weralaad, Sweden.
, RaraaaxNTATivB Townsbkno. of Illi
nois, was reported lying critically ill with
pneumonia at the Riggs House, Washing
ton, on the 8th.
Tas new Italian Cabinet is announced
as follows: Crispl, Premier and MmUter
for Home Affairs; Zanardelli. Justice;
Seismlst Dorla, Finance; Giolitti, Treas
urer; Cremona, Public Works; Bertol
Viale, War; Admiral Brin. Marine; Bsc
cell. Ins traction; Micelli, Agriculture.
Doho Kban. the ruler of Annan, is
R. W. Townsbcnd, the well known Con
gressman from the Eighteenth Illinois
district died at the Riggs House, Wash
ington, on th 9th of pneumonia.
Congressmen Bccbanan. Spiaola and
Lee, who have been quite ill with pneumo
nia at Washington, are reported much bet
ter aad will recover. Their sickness was
caused by the bad weather on inaugura
tion day. M
Davib and Joseph Nicely have been
ideatiaed aad held for trial for murdering
Farmer Umberger near Jennerstown, Pa.,
aad robbing him of $18,000.
Muui Aba Fuller, living near East St.
Louie, 11L, is reported to have eloped with
her father's negro farm head.
Mas. Catherine Tatlor, an aged widow
of West Troy. N. Y., was struck on the
head with aa axe by aa assaaiia the other
night and died nextday. Hereon William,
aged twenty-fire, is under suspicion.
TRB Charleston, Cincinnati & Chicago
railway Is to be exteaded at once from
Camden to Charleston, & C, and from
awtaerf ordtoa to the Oaioriver 350 miles.
The 370 ton British vessel Eldorado has
succeeded ia goiag fiteea miles up the
Bar. Da. CRsillt, treasurer of the
Irish National League, denoaaees as false
stories concerning a schism ia the league.
Sens against the Standard Oil Com
paay. baaed upon charges of depredations
on certain laade ia Leuisiaaa to obtain
tarpeatiae aad which have been pending
ia tae iBsenor veparuaeas lor some time.
have been settled by the eempaay paying
The British vessel Port Gordon was
wrecked on the coast of Washiagtoa
Territory receatly aad four of the crew
lost The sarvlvors were cared for by the
By the ditching of a paseeager traia
near Coshocton. O. the other night, a
dosea persons were slightly injured.
Tax trial of the famous lyachers at
Pickens, 8. C, resulted ia the coarietioa
of Haywood. Boltoa aad Williams, who
were sentenced to be haaged April a
C C. Watts, United States Attorney.
Charleston, W. Va.. has besa raaasstsd to
eead ia his resignation.
BcstNaas failaree (Daa's report) far the
seven days eaded March 7 aamhered .
compared with 333 the previous week aad
353 the corresponding week of last rear.
EAaTRQCAEB shocks were reported fas
Peaasylraaia aad Maryland oa the even
lag of the 8th.
Annie Roche, of the test of Ida, Doug
las County. Mian., has committed eaiaide
by hanging. She was the sweetheart of
Lee. receatly haaged at Alexaadria for
marderVaad since that ereat has heea ex
ceedingly despondent aad at times par
The Missouri Facile directors at their
recent meeting ia Sew York City declared
the regular quarterly diridead of aae per
ceat payable April 15.
Martin Toara and William Garner.
leaders of a gang of twelve or more coun
terfeiters ia Coaway, Perry aad Saliae
Counties. Art. have been arrested aad a
huge sum of begat geld coin captured.
It it reported that the Vaaderbills have
recently bought 15,0W shares of the -9kg
Fear" railroad stock at 19a, with the) la-
apeake Ohio rail war.
A disease reeembliag
atenlagiti has saade its aapiacsaca ia
Kent County. Mi, aad ia use Hag torriUe
havoc among horses aad males.
Br the fall of the roof af
building ia Ctadaaati recently two
Tax seventieth aaaiversary of the snsry
of Coaat voa Moltke into the Prussian
army was celebrated oa the 8th.
OwiNOto slow collections the Buffer
Boas Lithographlag Company, Boston, has
suspended for s time. The assets are f 175,
000 aad the liabilities (100,008.
The striking employee of the Ames
shovel works Sortkeastoa, Mass., have
been ordered to vacate the company's
Tax later-State Commerce Commission
has issued sn important circular contain
ing the fall text of that law as amended
by the past Congress aad pointing oat and
explaiaing important changes.
Fire receatly destroyed the dothiag
house of Kleiaaaas st Bimeasln, Market
street Louisville, Ky., with adjoiaieg
premises. The Ioases aggregated I4J0.OOO;
iasaraace about (900.00a,
A mauonant f orm of diphtheria is re
ported la Veaaago Coanty, Pa.
A sensation has beea caused ia Calcutta
by the discovery of a plot ia Cashmere
against the life of the British Resideat
The discovery was made through letters
left by the late Premier of Cashmere.
These letters revealed a design oa the part
of the Maharajah to poison the British
Resideat besides other treasoaabte plot
tiags. The Maharajah offered to abdicate.
Clearino boase retaras for the week
ended March t showed aa average lacrosse
of 13.3 compared with the corresponding
week of last year. Ia Mew York the la
crease was 13.4.
The Haancial paaie ia Paris had a de
pressiag effect oa the Leadoa Exchaago
aad the Continental bourses during the
week eaded March t. The London Econ
omist said the liquidation of the Comptolr
d'Escompte was iaerltable.
8an Fbancisco was greatly excited oa
the fth by rumors of an impending war
over the troubles In Samoa. Oa the de
nial of sensatioaal rumors the excitement
quieted down, but the feeling would be
appreheasire aatil the arrival of the Zea
laadia bringing advices from Samoa to
The Mexican Government will declare
martial law in Lower California if tremble
over the gold find increases.
A rASSENCRn train on the Trans-Caspian
railway was receatly thrown from the
track in a tunnel, owing to the removal of
rails by train wreckers. The result of the
derailment was frightful. The killed aad
Injured numbered tlfty. The band of
robbers who tore up the track were
A tract of land containing 528 acres, in
the rear of Mew Orleans, has ben seised
by the United States Marshal to satisfy a
judgment against the city obtained ia the
United States Court by C H.Stewart Toe
land seized is owned by the city.
John Grkklt. John Costigan. William
McGiaais and Fred Schrank stole a can of
blasting powder at Akron, O., the other
day aad tilled their pockets with it. It be
came ignited and all four of the boys
were terribly burned.
Joseph L. Hall, proprietor or the im
mense iron safe factory of Ciacinnati. died
oa the 10th of heart disease, aged sixty
A resioknt of Montreal has patented in
the United States aad Canada a procest
for making ice by which he claims a year's
supply can be manufactured at a cost of
The large planing mill or W. H. Dyer in
Washington was totally dostroyed by fire
the other morning. Eiti mated loss, $35,
000. A HAN named Michael Donegby aad his
wife have been arrested at Queenstown,
Ireland, for having revolvers and ammu
nition among their baggage.
Anna Dianond. a beaatiful French
Canadian girl, committed saicide at
Rochetter. M. Y., n cent ly. She was nine
teen years old and came from Belleville,
Ont She became infatuated with Charles
Mecklin or the "ShamutO'Rriea" Theatric
al Company, but he would have nothing
to do with her.
A savage tight occurred the other night
at Long Island City among a lot of Ital
ians who were gambling, in which kaives
were used and furniture smashed. Several
of the combatants got ugly knife thrutta.
A small riot la the shape of a street
fight occurred at Steubeaville, O, the
other night between the pottery strikers
and non-union men. Several persons were
All the painters and plasterers in Pitts
burgh, Pa., struck recently. All the build
ing trades were affected.
While Allen Gregory, his hired man
and wife were ia a sleigh the other even
ing trying to crots he railroad track at
Chicago Junction. O.. they were struck by
the Baltimore& Ohio express aad all three
Postmaster-General Wanamaker at
tended all the services at Bethany Church.
Philadelphia. He talked to his Bible class
and ia a short address said that he woald
come from Washington every Saturday to
do hia usual work for the church aad re-
Thk uuui Known as Cifiou riall ah
Lakewood, N. J., tbe famous winter re
sort, was burned early the other morales
and sixty guests and twenty servants
made their escape ia their night clothes.
A number of the guests were compelled to
jump from the windows.
A cablr dispatch received a t New Bed
ford, Mass., from Aquairalna, West Coast
of Africa, states that Captaia Holmes, of
the waaltag bark Sea Pox. aa cdneer aad
serraat were killed and fire of the craw
burned by the explosion of a wbalia
The French Catholics of Redlake Falls
Minn., are ia a turbuleat state, cease
sequent upon Archbishop Ireland denes
ing their pastor aad sending thea a utriest
from 8t Cloud.
Jcboe Caret. Solicitor of the Treasury.
has teadered his resignation to the Presi
dent to take effect upset the tptalilcaties
of his successor.
The bonds of the electric sugar fraad
workers have beea txed at $11,000 each by
the New York City couiS of general see-
Iaon makers of Pitbtburgh, Pa, are do-
SBoadeat orer tho preveiliag dallaessia
Bt the breaklag af a rail Bear St.
Nicholas, Pa.. 8unday. a Reediag railroad
eagiae aad twelve leaded cars ware
wrecked, aad Firemaa Walker aad Coa-
Dl N 8noos. grain dealer, moaey lend
er, jusUce of the peace, aad farmer, who
abecoaded with flSOOS from Stepheas,
Mian., has Uen located ia British Colam-
It is said that Sir E '.ward Malet, British
Ambassador at Berlin, will represent his
Otrreramoat in the Samoaa coafereaca
AGebmab artillery oascer has discov
ered a aew powerfal explosive made tress
carbolic acid for ase in sheila
Trb ceaveutioa of States to consider the
alleged beef combine, etc.. assembled at
St. Louis on tbe 12th. The ""Hurt
waa much larger than expected.
Trr trial of Sngineer Cook, rhargsd
with having caused the terrible railroad
disaster at Mad Baa. Pa., October VK ia
which sixty lives were lost, aae began at
Maach Chaak. Pa.
Tan SaJpreme Court of th Called States
has reversed the decisiea of the Supreme
Court of Utah, which had refused a aew
trial to Aadrew Coltoa. a ssorderer. bo
th trial judge had aot iastracted
the Jury ia regard to life imprison meat
The weavers af tfty mills ia th Fall
aUver (Mass.) district went eat ea strike
an the 11th. About , mea were af
Two mea were killed
hart by the exalesuea mt
Jehan Serifs, af
HEBRA3KA STATE NEWS.
The Seaato occupied a goo-1 portion of
the morning session ea the th trying to
stratghtea the record. The bill for tbe tup
press ea of backet shops was favorably reported ;
also Mr. Roche's bill rrautnag that school dis
trict orders shall be registered and paid tn tne
or registry. AM lae mis rora wra
at Kelita. sad other bill, mostly local.
....The Hoese took u and referred bills oa
seeosd reeHasaad taea considered bills on cea-
oral tie la Coauatttee of tte whole. The
Aastrallaa Balk bill was dtscusted at rrest
length, amended aad reeoauaeaaed forpesace.
aad aft r recoatssenauur for asssare the bill for
a reassessment of railroad property InGrrelr,
Valley. Howard aad other counties the Route
The Senate oa the Sth passed Mr. Ray
mond's hill to require cor orations aad InJl
vMuels doing a banking butinett to report
their resources and lia&llllirs to th Slate
Audi or, aad defeated the bill for the sepprrs
sloa or backet shops. The bill to si o rail
roads to assist each other ia conttruetion
passed: also the bill for a normal school st
Nellgh. besides several other bills. Bills were
thea considered ia Oammlttee of the Whole
during the remainder of lae sesttoa . In the
House the report or the Committee or the
Whole that the bill providing for a levy and
eeUection of taxes when an Injunction has bren
decreed was adopted, aad other bills were con
sidered. Tne Sugar Bounty bill was amended
to make the bounty one cent per pound, the
pajmuut to commence January 1 lt. and
favorably resorted. Appropriation hills were
thea under coatlderaUoa until adjournment
The Senate oa tte Sth reto.ved that
neither House had the right to vote away the
furniture to Its members without the consent of
the olh r House. Anions the bills passed were
Mr. Jewett's Nil reUtive to the ownership of
Nebraska lands by aon resident aliens aad for
eign eorsoraUons the Constitutional amend
ment increasing the Kuereme Court, aad Mr.
Lindsay's bill eauallxJag the aeporUoament or
State taxes among the eounUe. After much
discussion the South Omaha Cbirter bill was
passed, and the Omaha charter was ceanldereJ
la Committee or the Whole... The House
passed the Omaha charter after alongcontetC
The bill requiring a tbree-flnhs vote to dindi- a
ZgenT UldTerVTirto The bill "for . TreaiT.menl
of railroad lands in Greeley. Howard and other
counties; alto tbe bill requiring voters in towns
of over l.oo inhabitant to remitter.
TacS'uate on tbe 7th considered LI'ls
In Committee of the Whole and ps-d Mr.
Ransom's Nine-hour bill. Mr. Ilrsrdtley's
Kegittcr of Deedt bill and Mr. Cuthlng't Mil
ftwtM conveyance of lands by executor, also
in nuuiu vruiua cBrr hiiu jwr. portal '
Railroad bill. A rommlttce wt appointed to
attend the funeral of Itepreteniative llav
lathe Iloute tbe death of Rcprrsntative Hay t
wat announced After a longdrhatc all railroad
bills were made a special order for Tuesday
evening. Many bills were introduced in Com
mittee of the Whole. A committee was ap
pointed to draft resolutions on the death nf Mr
Hays and pending consideration of the claims
of ex-; vornor liutler for EAOOS foreipene
lacurred In his impeschment trial the House
adjourned until Monday.
- 5EITHEB bouse of the Legislature was
m seasioa on the 8:a.
In the Senate oa the 9th Mr. Funck
offered a resolution to investigate the fact and
make a correct statement as to charges made
In a memorial from tbe Farmers' Alllanm al
toging that tbe 8ut Is being wamied by
mortgages and that the industrial rlaM- are
being ground into poverty. A warm debate
followed and the resolution went or. Mr.
Tajrgart's Sinking Fund bill passed: alio Mr.
Cornell's bill permitting cities lo Ittue water
wothS bonds. In Committee of the Whole
Senator Linn's bill to tnske certain life Insur
ance policies nonforfeitable was killed. Ad
journed until Tuesday morning ...Tbe Huute
we. not in session.
A L.VTE prairie Are in Howard County
baraeil the siahle of Ernest Brocka. a
farmer living near St. Libory, together
rith three head of horses, one cow. l.V) I (
bashels of corn, some farming implements
aad all of his chicken.
At three o'clock the other morning the
general store of J. H. Darner At Hon. at
Coaad, was discovered to be on Are, and
shortly afterwards, with tbe entire con
tent, waa burned to the ground. The
family of aeven person living upstairs
had a miraculous escape from suffocation.
Alt officer recently went to Chicago with
a requisition from Governor Thayer for
Robert Clark, theembexxler, who got away
with 2 W. belonging to the Howell Lum
ber Company, at 'orth Bend, about a year
aga Clark states that since hit deptrtuie
he bat spent a great ileal of his time in
Canada, bat some time ago returned to the
United States aad'has siuce taea dodging
H. G. James (editor) appeared befure
Judge Swain at Orecly Center tho other
day and stood trial for the criminal lilel
suit brought again t him by tbe wire fenc
fb. Tbe result was tbe discharge of the
defendant amid the approving shouts of
A cow and thirty-nine hogs belonging
toCharles Boydtton, a Saunders County
farmer, were bitten by a mad dog aome
weeks age and developed tymptomt or
hydrophobia a few days later. All tbe
animals were shot.
Farmers in the neighborhood of Ewiag
are agitating the creamery question and
hare heea promised the product or over
one thousand cows.
Ax adjoaraed meetingof the Holt Conn- .
tyG. A.K. will beheld at O'Neill March
R9 for the purpose of locating tbe next re
" Footpabs held up a Chadron physician
she other night, bat failed to And a siaglo
article of value upon his person.
Br order of Judge Powers, in mandamus
proceediags, tbe City Council of Xeltgb re
ceatly revoked all aalooa licenses in th I
Poo a crops and debt caused August
Balser, residing near Albion, to bang bim-
self the other day. He was slxtytwo
Firrr thocrabb brook trout fry were i
receatly planted in the tributaries of the
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gweo oy savwa vo aw iinrsaca coespany.
THE gaaeral merchandise store of Kit-
ts. u. . r-Am iii.e. b.. .
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DOMESTIC trouble caused James Cus-
niagbam, residing aear Wayne, to rec-ntly
IKaipiHiuw vj e-.uuwnB aucHaw.t wiib3 I
a revolver. He succeeded ia inflicting I
waai wa uovsi tows taiai wouno
Fnc PaLMeb, of Tekamab. lost bis
wife's eewing machiae last rail ia a wager
with F. F. Parker, that Cleveland would
be elected, aad now Mrs. Palmer tas
brought suit agaiast Parker to recover tbe
TRERE are 1,100 members of the Farmers
auiiaa is abwiu .Mkaiay.
TRERR are 7,1ft) members of the O. A. B.
In good staadiag in 5braska, composing
aMpeta,aadlLi3Sl has beea spest ia
aeststiag needy veteraas dariag the year.
SrncE last Jaly Wayne has shipped 2M
itti..u x. a ...t. r--.
ef rat stack.
At the late csmveatloa of the Xatioaal
more, maa. John M. Thurstoa. of 5ebraa.
aa. was naaaimousir elected President. .
W. C. HasaT. the Grand Army ef Ee
pablic Department Comma ader. has at
isaaia 127 camp Ires aad six count r aad
lieti let resmieae dariag she year, inspect
ed a poem, written Lm letters and trav
eled Ram miles ia the diseaarge of his
A Maw awnuxrr. lrvtag wear rSastaa,
reeeaUy rohbe A her father ef rtw aai Mmi.
hat tae old maa gave chase and esaptared
her aad the sssmey ea a traia hoaad far
T aa Jeba Jackson aad hm ana.
WiHtam. ware as work ea T. M, tTstrBe,e
gravel pH near Sorfoik, the tavak raved
Th father was a eatireiy
........ --.-r-- ...aim. anu flrra herr has received rrom it foreotaa
Fort Itobinaby the wperinteadeat of nho BM Jait .rriTM .. n In tf9
the State Fl.bHitcheriee. fh. mMut jutrict. tb. followTng te.
ASC!T.'f f.,LCO,,B.,?rm7k".T,rrM,: Tn "'" T t" laves gata
ceaibiaed to defeat the collectioa of note J Tee mines ar a sell"
Aaaaultod and Lauudry
, t, Notorious Mall ZlBasaerwtaa Teoer Ar-
, ., i. i:,a,M--.- .su.
Seanl4 The llenney hvlaae
Milwaukee, Wia. March It A mob of
about S.WX) people gsthtred in front of the
city ball yesterday morning to await the
arrival of Sam Yip Ja aad Dab Ding, the
two Chinamen charged with inveigling
little girls into their laundries for immoral
purpotra. They srera disappointed, bow
ever, as th officers anticipated the dena
onttratlon and took the prisoners to the
court room at a very early hour. The
crowd was veiy noisy but no unlawful
demonstration was made.
The preliminary examination tgan at
i eleven a. m. aad continued until 13:30,
when a recess was taken until two p. as.
Ther was no new developments. The
crowd had nearly disappeared aad every
thing in the vicinity ot the court room was
quiet and orderly.
About three o'clock la the afternoon a
crowd went to the West side whure, after
smashing ia the doors and windows of a
(number or Chinese laundries, they dis
torted quietly. The feeling against tbe
! Chinese is growing ia bltteraets as tbe
enormity or their crimes Is being revealed
, by tho testimony in courL
Tae street in the viciulty of the Chinees
laundries were thronged with crowds of
' men and boys last night aad th doors aad
window of hair a dosn laundries were
' washed In with reck before pollc could
, arrive and disp-rse the crowds. Atone
oiut an unlucky celettlal rII into the
hands of th- mob who bfgen yelling for a
rope to string him up, and h would have
""! '"r tw the courage or a
'""' 7 V PrUC"d W" Ul
' matximmkrman caitured.
, Omaha. Neb , Marcn 12. Humlay, Octo-
' bcr 15. 1W2, four min, on of whom wat
Matt Z.inmrrmaii, arrived In Minden. a
I frontier town, with tciitr-two jk):iU
which they alvrrti.wl for ttlo. Two ir
,h0 ,ueri U. , tu nftc,rn,n. Whil
viniB twenty guett. incudui several
lndie, were nt tlie hotel oiipr er taltt.
7. rnnierrnnn and his niato forinj; th- door,
Jnclc WcumU. the sheriff f Hutch non
Countv, entered ami oidered th" two to
throw up their hand There were two
sharp report iu quick ucvoii, and th
tiler r fell ilend m the doorway. One of
the gueal who shouted to hit wife to run
wnftilly hiL The de.perndoe then
iU4hel into tlm bar nxtni whernthy mort
ally hol a mall carrier named Collin.
and then mounting their uiuttang gal
IdimhI out of town tin n it at evervUnlv ther
I met. Z inmermaii wit ulriiietitlr cnt
ured nnd h companion killed. He u
tried and tenteiiced to death three times,
I nud Khortly after the thlid trial he iiikIi
hl etoape four year ago. Yesterday In
! formation rerhrd hire thai he had been
i caplurtt I iu T'tah nud as now on hi w sy
I to bin Statu In charge of thre deputy
Esi'Arto thk fCArrot.it.
llosilAM Tex., March 12. The cl
eiratl -arlett murder ca wat called
in thi diitrict court yten!ay and wat
dimitvd by the State without the exam
ination of a ln;le witness. This is the
en e in which Jim Scarlett wat charged
with murdering Andy Lscetleld tn INmI
and throwing th.! body into the K-d river.
e win tried two yrart ago and found
guilty and nentenced to te hangsd. but
I owing to a technicality got anew hearing.
but before tlm new trial came on Ltre
I Held wat found living In the southern
part of the county. Scarlett can scarcely
realize the good fortune of ngain i-elng
fro after so narrowly misniug death on
IIRgn OX BT WHITKCAra.
Jacksum. Mich.. March 12 Some weeks
ngo Wllilnni Cahoon, landlord of a small
tavern ven mile west of here, received
a warning from Whltecapt, l.ut paid no
attention. Last night, while sitting in
his room rending, a load or huck.hot
crathed through the window and burled
itself in on of his leg. J. H. I'rlce, m
neighbor who had quarreled with Cahoon.
1 hat hern arreated.
I IIE.VNVT AMI WIVE HELD.
' Lhicao, March 12. Ueorgn llennoy
end hi wife, charged with being fugitive
' from justice, were brought I " fore Juatice
I V. oo1 3 ritenlay morning and the catea
ngninat them were coutinurd. awaiting
I the arrival of the Kaiiaa City humane
jotScers. 1 hey were not reulrvl to deny
J or atTirni their guilt as allegel abductors
3f Lucy Selirnan.
IWhlakr and Murder.
CRARt.rtTox. S. c.. March li Karly
' yesterday morning a moat shocking mur
, Jr tuok plac in tblt city. William Muni-
maier. llloIgtt Bker. K. I- Simons
Joseph Mcllride. O Weir and evral other
f '-unj; white mea were playing cards In a
bar room when IUksr smaabed Weir's hat
3ver the letter's ys In run. Hot words
...... I ! . . ...
'""t iuiiuwwi uj m. general row. vir
. ilaahe-I Munsmaier's throat with a rasor,
ee-arly severing th head from tbe body.
I Weir waa Udly cut on th side of tb fac
and bead, and Baker' nose was broken.
I All hail beea drinking aad th whole
party wat arrested.
Tho .Wine Hell.
Low AsrjrtJCn. CaL. March li Reports
tbatth? Iower Catlforaia mining boom
n-nl t m rir,iir. ...i ,u.
-- i in in innrtii or ianl cons.
mmnl ,. m.nh., chM.k 4
--.-. .- .-"-'
sseeraiee ntewatvr Am
-ns- yohr. March i Th
-l Gayga.. w. . H.mi
hamn perdue, reecho hr dock her y
terday morning. At aa early hjr she
was slghtl o.T Fire Island flying tas:g.
nal fcr a tug boat. Her dtenUoti was dee
lo tkTeaktag tOSM portion cf tT
Two yare ago Herman Clark, a wen
known txs tractor. brvaacha4 a cbe far
a greet yt tm of tsaael nadVr 3?w York
City aad the Et and 5ortb rivers, con
necting th e.ty with raburtasa points.
Little atteetloa was paid to tho r-Ue, as it
was considered too xpesstv to he prae.
tlcalda lUciatJy Mr. Clark aaaxKae!
tbe completion of arraagaenu forearry
teg oat tb great work. A ewpitad of
flM,aao.C9 ha beam gxuararrtewe. ef wbkh
39.CaM.QCQ is considered niest o do the
tannellag. Tee tasas will be Us) fees
1 below the surface, teas avoidlag aU
barisd tor, gas pipes, etc-, aad avoid.
u " dimealty with tb ntnx Tbe
""f" "f1 " a4 frMa tb Oty
UWI l ,w Tor r-oeI park
aa tho aorta, aader Breefclya to
Coney Islaad oa the east. as4 s4r Jr-
1 sey CRy to 5wark. There wilt t terns
tracks. Trifi:i aad paesger miU be
carried. Efiora win cswita-y frwigkt
aad paassagets bHsms strwat etet'owt
tad the trjBL Tb plmn farcarryUg
freight will reL'eve the city etr ef arecb
trackmp Ca win raa aaer larger ur
fhe lacerpaexuors af RVe saserprie are
M perfseeed H wfil he hartid bra
Hisahvr of raUrsavd xe aad etX.
-wtav Mr. Oarfc haw ewaaSeat tba ' "
t year aad a hasfa
at to lb nwat now C'wai
WAsKistiTOV. March ft. Tbe rWnat met
In xcutivo .lin yesterday with Vice
President Morton In th chair. President
Harrison et la the follow lag Cabiaet
Jim (i. itfji.f. w'C'i.ts Httfoes.
nominations, which wr promptly cva
flrrucd Secretary of Rtt Jamee (ltpie
Blaine, or Maine.
Hcrtary of the Ireasurf William
Window, of Minnota-
JsrvarfdA A'usc. JA ItUH.twdSrr.
Secretary or War -lldflld 1'nvtor, of
8crtary or th Mavy lUnjaiula
Franklin Tracy, of Nw Ytk.
Secretary of th Interior John Wit.Kk
Nolde, Of Mlaaourl.
l'otniater-(lnral John Wanatnakr,
L'nMeld I'rurtor. II It. . .V.fer.
Atto'ny.tliirat Wtlliam Henry liar-ri-oti
Miller, of Indiana.
Sucretaty or Agriculture Jeremiah
Ituk. or Wiiconaln.
Jame Ulllrtpin lilalne. tbe moat problem,
atlc 1 aad Interesting Cgur In ti.e ne
Administration, was ntty ulne jrn old ui
the 3lst ot January Wett llnnnrl:. Wah
Ington C untj. 1'a. tn bla Mrth ll-e. and
Waahlnctou College hi, educator lleron-.eaf
agiKul Ain-'tean family, and b cran.l.'alh r.
John HilecAAoUe. llrjtmtn f Trfy.
Kpfcralm HUlne. fought In the retolutlou.
Mr. Illaine's blatory 1 wett t. the (Ktintrr
William Henry llsrrla.m Miller Aimns-r.
aeral of the new Adminlalratina tn trn in
Oneida jjnty .1 V nearly U'ttj lgUl )eaa
aro. Me grxiaatr.l bj Hamilton Coll-ra
and studied lav w)th Judge Waile. vf T'i!rd,
O. wt afterward tmtne ITilef Ja.tlre i.f h
Called Htate hupretne Court. ornht year
be practiced la tn fori Wa-ne. .! . aad
tfcrn waa Intlt'd in i71 U tf-roroe Oeaeral
llarrlson't lax partner In lndlar.aptla In
the psrtnrrahlp Mul-r prepared ti laipnr
taat casea and aoukt out Um latricsle law
point and Harrtao preaeaf.t litem tn tko
Cetera! Jntin Willoek So .'. Herrtary ef
tbe Interior tnltd Ktate lntrf-t AtUir.
ney at St loua fni tr u 2tm. ar.4 ka4 Xh
duty of entorrlng tbe reBO lawi hlch. at
that time. arre kr. ta Urtralebt 4lfaor is
Mlaaourt. hif llegera XobW aWU tu
kll'M and bU own life Waa frejaetUy tbteat.
erved. but be plutkUj aturk to bin task o
til lb! law wi rally aaaertnL 1 jicn. wlta
the bant work CaUbe.1. h (veranmaSly
liled leu:rat Orar.t it.) sabed l
f- relleted Tbe KreabteDt nnc(tnBte4
bias warmly In tbe tM9i irf the CaMcet fer
bit aervicea. and relartasUy aprd bl rei
Kedfield rrVrr, t OoMrv T Vemol
Sof relary of War. I tb atet frvdaeer a4
manufacturer of mart I tbe Csiied atXs
H baa ot.e more tbaa aay otber ataa V 4
iop tb facnoi esarble ijuarrle f Vravoal.
Wtillwan Windosn. Hecrrlary of tb Tre.,
bM U ane fmixum in fiarfl'M' CU vv
He was Ur-a ts Obta. ia 1TT and a tM a4
a:t!ed to tb bar ta JOSri Kmi Oesaty wi5
bim pfuiuung itUfj la tc eavl Vke r-tv
later be rvntove-t I MUaoaota. fa ME b .
gaa tn yar T aeevie la rrre.. t IK
b wa srp"tated t tb Cslvet Mate -xK
Ui tU tb rejbi-f asd m r-l
B3)amla rrub.1a Try !"tar7 ef tbe
Xsvr U aVntSfty dee aad a Vt4- a rarwj
ia TVoe Onuatf Nw T. ta test fc wa .
ettltee to lb tee ad iKr rear Uvee Khm
tliUUX lUrty at TV. He a Tb4e
Tlltos" attorbrr ia th cwirt-raierf Mae.ae
jKrrmik RaaS. (UrrrlTT A AgrVrlsr, I
arty-eigbt two y? i4r tea tavt lrttt.
H ha bees 'WW Grrr Wifmmm
three tin; aod R-?xtaU t 0ra
Jo a WaAamar f PstladeifJfci te aw
riHUltMtft"t 9vAa 9iji4 a web ts
s4verlu b vr? saw swy bt rts.
SeJ-8leI adxriiaeegnvw a y He waa
bvra ia l"VUiji u ;. M er-4 ta e
etwuan niutu n t'gM ttaee k-t : laav
VOUNQ WOMEN Of WEALTH.
Jf i Aurs Gti Is a m aifTimai'fsee.
ftl t&dagktrrf Asetia trhta.aad
ttrraty tear tiS.
Mxts ytiuj Goru.i& ddv daaghSieff
ef Jay G?il3. ta ecnwrtAisg euvrv than fAb
9HUA Kfe is Jst twenty a4 rathe
pretty, ffe m a clsrcb a embay aa4v
chera-s sooy KSm g-M te U eprra, how.
artr, aad U a senaawr.
Tars Mi Arasora3Uraef T isian
O. Armtnr. ef the great bwef. parama ftrrn.
iave Bvawuw aeswem, aa-l ar Wmij to
srrwsasiasrt. KVesfer. th
ariUR King, fat tw easbsers,
aeeatxg anw.cas. TWy tearh
wchKa. Mm AsLattAajLaaasewef
Cseverser rKaafsriof (LSnXmmjm
Vm, aad wa prssUy mimrl .RlseMhl
aw.re w&ra kt aaei sVasa aa at saJr
twvty ywars skI,
am Xasr CsULrra at sa
WTJy5rr i!rm, waa fg.-maat,.
IbsTat. a itaocVa-r t Jahn W. Vwrm. has
atee Cerawatjaa FKCbSea ba
rr esstatr, RVsasUa. ha th sswaw
MS sMrrfysVa Wert at Verieat
SXSSXRTC sPP WmBBBSRSSBBBbPbW JmuV DBSBSSBBBBBaPre
T' i s riVm &9 " aav
Dealb r lb Pesawaae S)wwtab
gw Yoau. March -Ceplain Ja
Kricaaea. the fernou 8w-ltb aginr.
who deaigaeal lb faasoti Iron clad Moni
tor aad launched br complete ia V J .
died yesterday morning ebortly after
twelve o'ciork. II bad ls lit fur lf
one week wha a phytlclaa wa cotl-! ta.
Owing to bis advanced eg Mr Krtc
falleii to rally. Tb doe4 we Nrro)
July St. IJO. in tb tromcof vr.anJ.
MstesVm. and came to America in I.
Rtrreeea iaatot tb rw prvp1!'.
wblcb has revotwtiutiised eor ll
w tibia half a century lndt ta
fallar of the English lo appreciate tbe
crew.prvpalisr la what nt Rrlr.n t
Amrtoa where hie aJvaact Mee4
round bttr treat atewt,
la 14. dariag John Valncy A !"
trm aPiealdealtbetsernnnt la-te4
eucveetral aprlmewte wlta tJ pw
pJKr. Tb Ut ia which It a tr .!.
the Prlncetve, wae also tae fit! !
ship ballt with meehlawry prvtvfd frn
shot by being placet! ! tb slr In,
asaklng It the pioneer ia asu-leiw at
coestrueliva- lie gwae. atovr. had t!i
first s4f.K-ttng lov-bs of tb hind tbat at
now la gai al uta. At this tlw tb vm
mltMse of th America Institute forma, y
aid. Nothing la the history vt avhan
lo surpas tb latantlv gwaies cf
Th peblU eBblbitioa of lb Prlaceioa at
WeihlngWia waa attndt with an acct
Jent. for wblcb Krkea was In s way
rvpunslblv. TU greet gun called "Th
tecmar"sitHl4. billing tb rUr.
tsuv cf HUia. tbe tecrta-y th y
and thr other runs.
rttraug lo aay. Klc4a waa avr r
luitwrsod rur hi apnive aperituenU
with lb irlnci.n. bis modl claim fr
rlguu. tb actual cvt, hating been dl
allowed hy Ctwgr. Msteager tlllt.
Krlcasoa wa nvr 14 a dollar fur de
lingand bttildlug tb wonderful sua
Uwt with wbtch bi fame I (urMv
cull nv ted. lb Uf gotttiwt of tb MvMiUir
Aral mat by Krira.un lo ,N')kv.u
lit. In a Utter dated at w V .s In lv
Kor eight year lh I ! awit. It. op
portunity. Tbe Uvanl lo lneet deatgn fr irrn
clat. after the war I'fwke oU not lv
I ititcouragel the iitYantur. tul e-t.y
nuMil Mm, odne their iali t r
li appreciate hi advanced lda the
trr of Ita final acfeptanc la a lun 1
not a particular sratifym; on lUit !'
"rbraia tit on a ahinfle" urprie. N
world otia day at llaruplott IUd an t
KrlcaMiit haa had a record In clrr. th.-oh
an ungrateful Jfalloo never paid turn l
tturiitag m! Ike 1 b)lllM I If ) el al
I etndve l..inl. S... llrw.lle t ie t
l'Larra t'lrr. Uv, March 9. Tb '
ilau I'ulnt female ur ! eleU .
burned at eight o'flixb yewtefdav ttnn
trig, the fire itrlglnatlng In the laun trr
ajui dlatance from the main tHitlding It
pilckly cinjmuil ate-l ! the c-tg
pRwper, and hiii th entlr truildlog -
rapMi lii ftartiea. hlch rtTrr'unUy pit
tti avtirn the effitrta of th Intra tr ga-l.
Thla tnat tutuMi. htch waa ait well -!
favnrably ktioou thrtKighoul th rta,
wa founded In IHU aa s Klewl for !.
axlucatlou of orphan grl by Altii lr
l'rctrf, A. II J.hi. r I'erff. A I-
I'errln. At, lire, tnidga, W t W.li.
and other prrxnineut mrit of h
ChrUlUn Church. utnUr li rh denominv
lion the cht had len eaully mn
azed Tb major wirtioii nf th nnil.til
f th buddltig I a total lo. II p ato,
cotnjratily new, being snwnj .She
proefty deatroyl The ua baa tt SWw
completely ateU bttt it la aafe .t aer
that It will reach $!.' "A. It was tare.t
i.hkat rmt t ttint.ia
i.flaVIt t.t, hty.. March e K.le la4
rut at noun yeaterilay in tb ttnMl f
tlie ICIelnhan A fttmnnaon etothinr bwMt.
tn and & Wett Market tret, an I r
fifteen nrnute fb flam bad .!
thrutigb Klelnban A HI rstm .,' ihre
large ffra and wa cep!ng through t
fourth flo-ir t4 tn rxf. Tb rear f
Hlratii' dry gtMi hrl went d'iwn ant
the fir eecne Mynnd roetrol. A mtt-'Hg
wind wa lilowlojf Aftr a bsrl tit'.
however, the firemen gaine-1 roitr' an 1
routlnwl the Sam to th tipper tl f -(
Htraaae' p;a- The (e K i
ban A Himoaaon'a !. vt,".(. K
haw k Mimvnaon li I tlog lVr,n.
rnb luidlng. tZt,'). Hlran. t
JI,firj th Charrhilt iiildlag. ;,'
Th luaurance KT'elnhata A HiaSMna-m
Inch and Qsturea, tlT'.Tl' Klelkbam A
timoinim'i and tb ZirWvtnU teilll'r(.
iri.(s.KUM.' ilwt, f3,fsJi Ckurea.i
nil. at j..erai (
-.r1 leiatel !.
. Voaa, Marcb - Hra4trt',
It re(e uf tb Weeb. ayl fpe lai Ui
tram to HraltrlV whil rprC
e rj generally Imprirving . 4i 4
rcert an ltct avaseet 1 lb
urn at Uiain. sp at JCaeae lt.
HU Jv;.b anxi Chicago, bwt dry gel(
and nrii end Iwa aad b 4
lumtr be ! ia hasr i-jv
At Hostoat wr4 i iadliawd w
ward : at Jles Yi
fralt and furaltero are ba au
ectiv eU. an I W.timrm ewetr rwjt m
improving dwd fo? herd war !
lerefcwr. nv-eb ra"aietiea at Jw T
1 arrrw4 fcr far of SaeieJ .,
cation alalag ttt lb rwppv ttt'-t
aad tak tf fertr rate WvebU. Ht
asanlpailetWe ba how lfe Bl f
4 io wawbaae. fr or stroog !
wis ieteset eara. lOpwt tts
,T, ewyavtas ai !. tf im t
erttOa Rtavte shew e Vwlsv' einrb b-f
P braary 3a, la. 4 bgr .
at4 terwns, f lOsVSat hte f -
egaiast t. at ta esaae Va .r r.v
raary X. ls, 4 9vm) i; Ax J tu
towae s- turn reart4. ai tit
to-wa. eat Fvieaary JS, aa. ivf
Ks,a beiaw 4. egeiatt nsA Ua
Tear agw. a,ia)ee fuir rvt-l t
ftrvfirV eemtwvM Mrf fa lb C;
ieiw a!te. easvsMi Mi let ..
M Ibis week ie vvr Casta! bavt
iyie tbJ wk. agtuaet t is t . tat
rftT.tl, Marrh A few 4r er
agewb rf ta Manser Cetafsir is
fvrett pwwej T ta ye.m.ae 4 W
A.reaST. farraav 4 (Br W
laa-t ar av. eaig t b.
pn the irwtt rwte ,.nW
hr rt.'m vt sirv4 fatrte u
eat wH bl eeajate. Ta Rt-U j .
r4! eavd tita a frara. tmfmj . t
iagl P!er tg4rtaar Tb svat
ter wa catrrVwi tm ia rna 4 yew.
4mf d fe-igwya t th h-
st. graa4 t.y aavrt4v- a
" Psertswr, Th. Um ,
vaJsoU ia ta. cHt. g.fei j ta -
WiaiMJaa,. TV n.Ut
Ctiwaaay 4l tvOd (JU tmrtMj.
tmmm. x?rt a v't. Um
lUmm v t t&r J eey tx iTje
: Harri,,'. C uUf ut t
Vatt ao4 fc4 mCmbi km iut
rrtoskg,, 4rM K"'
4SMii rs4i. tb. rSalwat bw-.ar. ia
Vid Mmlt vl ta aWf Ra wta JU -rf
frvaeov, . ., Mar. .r,r.g
twweC. pnpvier a spasra jia
a, rC si s4 he ,;,. ,. r-
erswereaeaiy lajarea asm
a seat anu owe-. ,. r Ha
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