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THE BED CLOUD CHIEF.
A. O. HOIMI. Pu.lUhar.
RED CLOUD, .... NEI1RASKA.
Tai Boat Committee on Commerce
aa agreed to rtport favorably the bill
for full BUte control over oleomarga
rine, Tan Russian Ambassador in Pari haa
publicly thanked the police of that city
for unearthing the Nihilist plot agalnat
RtPRXMNTATtva. Flowm, ot New
Yerkt haa Introduced in the Ilouae a
Joint retolutlon appropriating t450,ooo
to complete the Grant monument in New
Tork. , k (
Joi P. Krone, the little German
lately tried with the Croat convict,
waa married recently in Chicago to hli
sweetheart, who atuck to him In hla
Jon Williams, who claims to hate
knardrd Emma Roberta, a domestic, In
to hare been a sailor over since, haa sur-
rendered to the Chicago police.
PnttsinxNT Harmson haa transmitted
to Congress a letter from the Secretary
ot State upon the recommendation of
the Pan-American Congreaa that an In
ternatlonal American bank be eatab
llshed. The draft of a bill to authorize
the incorporation of the bank accom
nanlnd tfcn mHun. 1
Thb varloua Governments of Kuroaa
are oonduotlng negotiations with a vleV.T
A jafcMB i 4Tfc AJkAlfiH A Alt fc ASK hftiB .! All .T 1
of Anarchy. Germany In taking tan
leading part In the matter and the only (
hindrance to complete success of the
plan la the refusal of England to agree
to extradition of Anarchist refugees.
It Is reported from llcrlln that 'tht
Anti-Socialist law which will oxplraati
October 1 will not be renewed.' ThislU
a part of the Government bid, for ,tbo
support of the Socialist members ettka
Reichstag, who are also expected toh
won over to the Emperor by tha bill
amending th,e present Factory i and
Workshops act, which goes very far In
ameliorating the condition of tho la
F. M. Cook, associate editor of the
Eagle, of Klllsvllle, Miss., Is a candi
date for the Republican nomination.
The laat Issue of tho Eaglo contained a
vivid editorial, written by Its other
editor, Dr. Leo, declaring tho Eaglo
would not support Cook, but would do
all possible to defeat him, but announced
thatCook might dofend himself over his
name la the paper. Neither editor will
aell hla Interest In the paper.
Thr Democratic Senatorial raucus
adopted the report of tho committee In
charge of assignments to membership
on the Senate committees and placed
Kenator Carlisle on the committees on
Finance, Territories and Woman Suf
frage. Ho takes Senator lllackburn's
place on tho Committee on Territories,
who goes to the Committee on Appro
priations to All the vacancy there caused
by the death of Senator Keck.
Much discontent exists In Franco on
account of tho virtual embargo on
American pork, which has rained the
prlco of meat considerably throughout
the country. The American product la
discriminated against by vexatious and
unnecessary inspections, on the pro
tense tbatdlKS.se may be lurking In the
meat Tho working C'.SUe.ln tho cilice
are Jndltnant over the discrimination,
which they regard aa Intended for tho
'benefit of the peasant farmers of France
at the expense of the consumers In the
A spbciai. from Grand Falls. Que.,
aayat Ex-Sergeanteat-Arms Hllcott of
the United Statea Congreaa and a French
Canadian woman have been llvlner In HL
Loula Pariah ia tka Hafutaay regions.
Mr. Mayberry, of tha Grand Falia Hotel,
learned ef thla from tha lumbermen,
aad after soma delay ta geetiag advtcea
from Washington, he alerted with a
warrant for their arrest Ha found the
couple had flown. Three daya before he
reached the place tha wemaa sailed on
the Quebec ataamer, aad when he ar
rived Slloott waa not to be found and
nono of the natives knew where he was.
A little hut twelve tnllee In the woods
which the couple had occupied all win
ter waa empty.
Thk Norwegian boat Concordia haa
arrived at Halifax, N. a, with Spencer
Decker and Eugene Itourke, belonging
to tho American fisherman Nellie G.
Thurston. They were picked up on tho
lianka May 10, after drifting about for
flvo days and four nights without food
or water. They were attending trawls
when a fog net in and they lost the ves
aeL They tried to make tho Newfound
land coast, 900 miles distant, but their
attempt proved useless. Their suffer
ing from thirst, hunger and cold waa In
tense. The fifth day they becamo very
weak, their arma breaking out in sores,
aad their feet and lips became swollen.
The Concordia almoat ran over them be
fore they were seen. They were uncon
otoua whom picnea up.
Thk Denver A Rio Grande railroad In
tenda, it ia reported, to complete lu tun
teal through tha mala ranm of the
Xoeky mountains at Tennessee Pass for
ruaalng traiaa la July next The Colo
rado Midland railroad la about to com
saeace running another through tho
aame range about ten mile south,
whloa will take about two year to earn
jrtete. It will be about a mile and
threevquartera long (9,ltt0 feet) and
l,ae feat below the top of the range.
robably avoiding anow blockades and
eavy expenses in overcoming the
Kater elevation. Horn air lines from
tver to Grand Junction to bo built In
i future perhapa by the Denver, Col-
laaoa memo una win greatly
altitudea aad heavy grades by
faVvadaat tunneling. The Midland tun
.Ml ! Xfacted to coat 11,000, (
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
OlMaad By Talagrmpk and If L
iMMxnuiSLT arteritis reading of the four
sal on the nth the oath was administered to
Mr. Carlisle as Scnstor from Kentucky. Ren.
ator Plumb offerei a resolution Instructing
the finance Committee to pr pare and re
port In connection with the larlff hill cer
tain InfortuatMu -regarding (he duties under
existing laws end the changes by the asw
bill, which was amended and agree to.
Senator George Introduced a bill subjecting
Nations) bank ami Treasury notes to State
taxation. The Naval Appropriation bin was
then considered at length and finally passed.
Ad) turned.... The dsjr In the House was ex
clusively devoted to District ot Columbia
Amen disposing of motions and resolu
tions tsa Senate on the 17th resumed consid
eration of the "OrUlaal f'scksge" bill and
Senator Coke sad Knells spoke against and
Sens tor George In favor of It. The bIH then
went over. The Vlce-I'resldent announced
the appointment of Senator Carlisle on the
Committees on finance, Territories and
Woman luff rage,... In the House Mr. Me
Klatey submitted the conference report on
the Customs Administrative bill, which Mr.
MeMlllln(renn.) opposed. The report was
agreed to, the Speaker counting a quorum
present The filter and Harbor bill was
then considered until adjournment.
ink Senate completed no buslnesa on the
Mill. Soon after assembling the blllmajeet
Ing Imported liquors to the laws of the sev
eral States (the Original Package"' bill)
was taken up and the discussion that fol
lowed took a wide range and occupied the
entire silting... .When the House met Mr.
Vaus, as llepresentatlve from the Third
1'ennsylvaala district to succeed Mr. Han
ded, was sworn In. After disposing of rou
tine business the House went Into Committee
of the Whole on the River end HarhoeMH.
When the committee, rose Mr. Dockerr
moved to report the bill back with the Ilea
Aaala eanal elsuseateUken out, which mo.
aaroatma aweins mwiaame. on the
ro the laws of the several a tMa, Ihe bill.
after discussion, wss amended Ind psssed,
tea M, any 10., TatfMNPiftaased provides
that Hawfrra traaspafisdllsto any elate for
consumption, use. sale etr atorata shall on
their arrival be subfal (a laws of eueh
State or Territory, enaoied In theexereUo'of
Its pollen powers, and shalLafl be exempt
therefrom by reason olJeBMrtMluceil In
tbeeellaMpacksfe.kieVsf and IlJr
tor Mil was ieelvarfJHbiVnilouse and
the adnata edjoanafedenmWaMsy,.. .Soon
stUressesabiWweJwmYwent into Com
mlltee otthe Whol) pdhllg kalldfnga bUle
and many received favtuahkjfMfjsldrrNtlon.
WheajtR oswmilsV'reii f3Mguie i.,
Jdorneuatll Monday. ' - dT 1
V njuoMALAitmrvuTicUu '
. Risiioi Jamrs O'Cohnom, of the Human
Cathollo Diocese of Oamha, la doad. i
- GoVKtnon BtKKitriti, of-Kentucky,
haa called an election lor' a suooessor to
Kenator Carlisle, to lio hold Juno 21.
Thero aro a number of candidates, In
cluding Theodore llallam, formerly
Fiiik.nds of Secretary Illalne say that
he will not bo a candidate for the Presi
dency. Htim Nrslkii, tho German composer,
Tun Emln relief committee at llerlln
has received a letter from Dr. Peters,
dated llubahya, Ugandl. Dr. Peters
says he Is about to begin his return
Journey to llsgamoyo.
Tiik Scotch-Irish Congress met at
Pittsburgh, Pa., on tho soth.
Govkiinoii Aiiiiktt, of Now.Iersey, has
signed tho llallot Reform bill and it Is
now a law.
Cil itl.Ks II. l'li.so.v, formerly of Indi
ana, has been sppolnteU clerk of the
Gaiifiri.ii's monument was dedicated
at Cleveland, O., on theflOth In tho pres
ence ot President Harrison, ex-Prel-dent
Hayes, Vice-President Morton and
many other notables. Tho parudo was
the lurgest eur seen In Northern Ohio.
Ex-Governor James !). Cox, of Cincin
nati, delivered tho oration.
llr.!iY M. Htasikv waa the guest of
the United States Legation at London
on the 30th.
1 of Germany has
Tiik Emperor of Germany has asked
tho assistance of English trsdes union
in lurineranre oi nis labor scttemea.
Euo At.tJCN, who robbed tha 4atla
Investment Company at Kansaa City of
10,000, haa been arrested at Chicago.
Mho. "Fmitz" Emmrtt haa obtained
Thr American ttaptlst Educational
Society met in Chloago on the 98th.
Announcement waa made that the gift
of 1000,000 by Rockefeller, tha oil king,
had been aupplemeated by the necessary
A stramxh trading between Chinese
porta has been destroyed by fire.
Twenty-two persons are missing.
Ct.AKssK!f, the wrecker ot the Sixth
National Rank, New York, has been
found guilty of misappropriating funds.
Tiik Chloago gas trust stock has been
greatly depressed because of adverse
Titr. dredge boat Josephine Is deepen
ing tho rhannel at Corpus Cbristl, Tex.
Tiik body of John Coleman, of New
burg, N. Y., has leen found six miles
from a ranch In Howard County, Tex.
It is supposed ho took sick and died
while tending some sheep. Thctvrefv
no marks of violence on his pensrnJ lie
disappeared over a month ago1 ""
At a meeting of the Christian scient
ists at New York resolutions offered by
Mr. llalley for the formal illsorf attlaa
tton of tho National association wero
adopted. This calls for an abandon
ment of the old charter as a National
corporate body, but retains all local
At a moating of the Ohio grand lodge
Knights of Pythias the constitution was
amended to prevent initiation of all
non-believer In the Supreme lleing and
all engaged in the liquor traffic.
Thr Irish tcuanta' defense fund now
amounts to over 60,000.
Kkcuktam, of tho copper syndicate,
has been convicted at Paris and sen
tenced to six months' imprisonment and
to pay a fin of 10,000 francs. Other
concerned in the famous "corner" were
A racr war Is threatened at Six-Mile,
a small town In lllbb County. Ala. v
Josxrii Kaihkk. a New York follower
ot Johann Most, has been arrested la
Chicago on suspicion of complicity In
tho recent attempt to blow up tho
llaymsrket police monument.
IIknjamix Hawkins colored, hasbcen
hanged in tho Jail at Washington for
the cruel murder of his wife from whom
he had separated.
FfitK in Seattle, Wash., ha destroyed
an entire block of cheap lodglaghousea,
saloons and restaurants, causing $A0,000
loss. There wero many narrowescapee.
John McNban on whose claim Cen
tral City la located, waa shot dead oa
the streets at Kingfisher, Ok., by Joe
Welch, of Deer Creek. The killing
grew out of a contest case now pending
before the United States laiid-ofllce.
A dispatch from Palermo aaya that
Slgnor Arlgo, a woalthy merchant, has
been captured by brigands near that city
and ia hold for a rinaoru of HO,000.
A TKHniHf.R hailstorm visited the Red
river valley, Northern Minnesota, on
tho itvth. In places tho hall was four
Thkmr was a mishap on the Rrighton
beach race track, New York, on the
80th. Several horses went down in a
collision and one Jockey was killed and
two others seriously hurt.
Five persons worn killed by lightning
at Hamburg, Germany, and six children
were killed by tho falling of a swing at
a kindergarten In tho village of Reins
klndorf. Tiikhr wss a cloudburst at Arcadia,
Wis., on tho ttOth. One porson was
drowned and two mill dams and a mill
wore swept nway. '
Mas. O. J. Stonr, her two children
and a Mrs. Wlmmor wero killed In a
buggy near Marion, Ind., recently while
crossing the Panhandla track as a train
Tiik magnificent Texas Spring Pal
aco'at Fort Worth, Tex., was burned on
tho night of the 80th while a ball was
In progress. A fearful panic followed
tho alarm of Ire. Several were killed
and fatally Injured, many othera being
seriously hurt, Tho loss was fe.'fiO.OOO.
Tiik brewery of Klolber A Kothe,
Roadlng, (., waa destroyed by fir re
cently. Loss, 871,000.
Skowmkn SMirkvU farmir of, Wash
ington County, Mki, died recently from
tho effects of a dog hi to oor a year ago.
Ills agony waa terrible.
Thr Arkansas Statin Pfoss Association
has elected U. .R. Williams, of Fort
Smith, president, and John R. Julio, of
Majoii Panitza, charged with con
spiruuv to murder Prince Ferdinand of
Uujjfavlat.luMVbena sentenced to deuth.
Thro ottWsjware'tontonccd to Impris
Dkcoiiation day was colubrated In tho
various cities aa usual on tho 80th. The
speakers at tho ceremonies at the Sol
diers' Homo at Washington criticised
unsparingly tho scones at Richmond,
Vtt., on tho unvalllngof tho monument
to General Robert E. Ien. Senator In
galls delivered the oration st Gettyv
burg. In New York 'JO.OOO persons wore
in Uie parade. In Western cities tho ex
orcises were marred by rain.
Tiik Normannla. tho latest addition
to the Ilamburg-Amorlcan fleet, made
her maiden trip from Quoenstown to
New York In six days, flvo hours and
one minute, beating tho maiden record.
She received some damage by collision
with an Iceberg.
It is stated now that the shortage of
Cashier Thompson, of tho Owego (N.
Y.) National Hunk will bo made up and
tho bank resumo. The defalcation waa
Tiikiik was a terrible accident on the
narrow guiifro railroad between Oakland
and San Francisco on the .'loth. A train
plunged Into Antonio creek, tho draw of
which was opened to allow a vessel to
pahs. Some thirteen person wero
drowned. Tho engineer and fireman of
tho Ill-fated train tied after Itelug res
cued, from tho wuter.
TiiH cattle dealers of Montreal hsvo
petitioned tho Montreal Council to e
tabllah union stock yards and close tho
present small places.
AOOtTIOK AX DUPATCHBt.
Tm Ira at Fort Worth, Tex., waa art
lo fatal as first reported. Only ono per-
!n wM.klllel Thrlynr hurt
it, c. aow, a millionaire baaker ot
Marinette, Wla, committed suicide re
cently by shooting himself. He had
Phksidrnt Hahwsox waa the guest ef
the Scotch-Irish Congress at Pittsburgh,
Pa, on the a 1st
O.KAHIXO house returns for the weak
ended May ail showed aa average in
crease of 4.8 compared with the corre
sponding week of last yar. In New
York there waa a decrease ot i.3.
BraiMKss waa quiet on the London
rJtock Exchange during th weekended
wj " u vviitmviivBi injunmi wvr
firm and fairly active. Sugar was steady
A MCTTiui from tha Ciar written In re
ply to one from the Queen of Denmark
)uiimurq. in tnis inner ne promises
a strict Inquiry Into Sllierlan scandals
and says he will punish heavily ex
ceaae off so verity on tho part ot offi
olals. Lastly he promises to Instruct
his Ministers to draft measures of
Tiik Dupont paper mills, Louisville,
Ky., burned recently,, Loss, -.H.000;
' Ilti. John TiiovroN did suddenly
at New Hamburg, N. Y., recently ot
heart disease, aged oluhty-onc. In t&Ml
ho waa elected to Congress, tolng a
member during the exciting time over
the admission ot Kansas, In which he
took an Important part In the debate.
lxcRNDiARisM waa tho cause of the
burning of four squares ot buildings at
Mlddleborough, Ky., the fire being
started In Uoyland'a grocery. The loss
was 9300,000 and.4,000 people were ren
Two brothers named Raymond living
at Attica, Mich., were found dead be
side the Chloago Grand, Trunk track
at that place the other morning. Roth
were terribly mutilated. It waa thought
they had Jumped oft tha trata.
Tunr.K laborers were crushed to death
In a cave-In near Curry X O'Hrlen'a reck
quarry Wear Castle Rock, Col.
IN the oaae of a aoldler who died wall
serving under a court martial sentence,
Assistant Secretary llussey, ot the In
terior Department, has decided that the
widow Is entitled to a pension, the sen
tence being held to bo no bar.
A Ht'imtCANK did much dam ago at
Sofia, llulgarla, on tho 1st Many per
sons wero killed and Injured.
IMwtit.t, Clayvox, ot Arkansas, and
S. Ik Koott, ot West Virginia, have
been elected members of the National
JtepubUcaa Executive Committee.
KEBBA8KA STATE NEWa
StVRiv member ef the Omaha City
Council recently brought libel suit for
10,000 against the Ree. The paper
charged the plaintiffs with corrupUon
Thr Governor haa Isaucd a proclama
tion convening the Legislature In special
session June ft, for tho purpose of pass
ing a maximum rate law, repealing tha
law creating the State Hoard of Trans
portatlon, providing for an Australian
system of voting and declaring for more
currency and tho free coinage of sliver.
Tbn Governor thinks that tho cost will
not lw more thsn W.ooo week, and that
two weeks will bo long enough to trans
act the business.
Tiik Covington school board has de
cided to erect a 810,000 nchool building.
T. J. Ei.t.toTT, of Wllbcr, whllo re
cently In a dellrous condition, escaped
from tho house and ran to tho creek, a
dlstanco of one mile, where wading
Into the water, ho began praying pre
paratory, it is supposed, to drowning
himself. Drawn to tho spot by the
noise, his aon, with some neighbors,
succeeded In rescuing him.
Tiik other day a deputy United States
marshal and tho representative of the
whisky trust wont to tho distillery at
Nebraska City and proceeded to remove
the machinery. Several pieces wero un
coupled, when a crowd of fully one hun
dred citizens swooped down on tho
building and drove them out. Much
Tiik barn of Andrew Anderson, of
Stromsburg was struck by lightning the
other day and three horses were killed,
but the building was not damaged in tho
On tho afternoon of tho 20th a furloua
wind and ruin storm visited tho vicinity
of Lincoln, breaking down trees, over
turning light buildings, demolishing
fences and chimneys and occasionally
doing more serious damage,
wero of intenso blackness and when tho
storm was at Its height It made a spec
tacle to strike terror to tho stoutest
Tiik Ico houses of tho Lincoln Ice
Company, two miles west of the Ilur
llngton ,fc Missouri depot at Lincoln,
wero entirely consumed by lire tho
other evening. Tho building wns 100x
HO feet and tbn loss Is probably fA.ooO.
Curter Wilcox, ono of tha firemen, was
run over by tho hoso cart and had his
leg broken; he ulxo received Internal In
juries which might prove fatal.
Mhs. Lahson, a Swedish woman,
whose homo Is about soven miles north
west of Whitney, gave birth to flvo
children recently. Tho little ones
weighed about two pounds each, but
were all dead when born.
Is tho Nebraska City distillery con
tost case the Supremo Court has ren
dered a lengthy decision holding tho
Anti-Trust law constitutional; that the
proceedings by which the distillery was
turned over to tho whisky trust wero il
legal nnd void, and that tho property
still belongs to the original stockhold
er. The agents for tho trust com
menced dismantling tho distillery under
an order from .ludgo Dundy, of 'tho Fed
eral Court, who held that tho trust
owned the machinery. The conflict be
tween tho Stato Supremo Court and
Federal Court Is regarded with Interest
by local attorneys.
Am attempt was recently made to
burn the residence of Mrs. s. J. Dunn
at De Witt by placing rags suturated
with oil under tho building, but the
flames went discovered heforo much
damage w as done.
Tiik proposition to Issue S.M.OOO in
bonds to build a court house was de-
cfttcd In Thurston County by '.'00 ma
orlty. The Indians voted solidly
against tho bonds.
Thr public school houso at Pleas
anton. Huffslo County was burned tho
other day. Supposed to bo tho work of
Tiik colored aeoplo of Nebraska City
held a Jubilee meeting the other night
to protest against maintaining a sepa
rate school for colored children, nnd a
committee was appointed to wait upon
the Hoard ot Education about the mat
ter. W. D. Wvatt, ex-master of chancery
of ttogan County, who disappeared In
November, 18MH, leaving a shortage of
110,000, was arrested the other day in
Mus. F.i.uiiia Saok. living near Doni
phan, has been taken to the Lincoln In
sane asylum for the fourth time. Her
condition was caused by religious ex
cltemeut and she recently attempted
suicide by hanging.
Ih'KlNo a lato saloon brawl at O'Neill
Ernest Weeks disfigured Tom Tlerney
for life by nearly biting off the latter'
nose. Weeks was arrested and held In
bonds of 7&0 for trial In tho district
John Siiohiik!kikh, a twelve-year-old
Genoa lad, was hit on the leg with a
shinny club lost February and so badly
Injured that It was found necessary the
other day to amputate tho limb.
Wiixik Waunmu the eleven-year-old
son of G. C. Warner, la missing from bis
homo at llcatrlco.
Whim: recently moving an old barn
near Gothenbutg the Jagger boys en
countered a rat den and commenced tho
slaughter ot the rodents. When tho
conflict ended 'Ito dead rat were
Gothrniivro haa good prospects of se
curing the location of a plant to manu
facture plows before the endot the year.
Grohqk M. Krarxs, farmer near
Loup City, bad one of his legs broken
recently by the kick of a colt which he
Thr State firemen's tournament will
be held at Plattsmouth June 3, 3.1 and
94. Tho money prlsea aggregate f.'.AOO,
besides several gold aad silver badges
will be given.
A Mawsox maa haa discovered a pro
cess for manufacturing both soft and
hard soap from corn at one-third the
cost ot other soaps. A stock company Is
about to le formed tor Its manufacture,
William Fox, a sly cltisea of Ueemer,
recently eloped with a young girl, "sav
ing a wife and two children destitute,
Tiikhr Is said to be a raadatoaa at,
Rueavllle which ha provenemcaotaM
when applied to rattlesnake bite at
well as to wounds froduced by dog,
fatotw OOMsxaasoa Thau Work.
Ttse Ck rente Olsea Asm war Wet imaawattee
WHfat Mefaeal to Asmwcv Qsjeetlea
Header rerseae Ubl t
Washinoto, Jnne3. The machinery
for taking the census for 100 waa put la
operation to-day all over the United
States, and as It will be pushed as ex
peditiously a possible Superintendent
Porter expects early returne to his of
fice, so that the work ot tabulating can
bo entered upon and completed within
a reasonablo period. All the prelim
inary matter have been arranged,
blanka prepared and enumerators in
structed as to their dutlos. and all that
remains to tie done Is to collect the data
which it has been decided ahall becomo
a part of tho census. It requires 43,000
men aa enumerators to gather the requi
site information and each of these Is
either employed In a definite locality
or upon some special topic. This, how
ever, does not include the additional
thousands of clerks employed In collect
ing and tabulating the returns that will
como back from all over tho country as
tho rosult of tho labors of tho enumer
ators, so It can bo seen at a glanco what
a corps of men It requires and the Im
mense sum of money which must bo ex
pended to accomplish thla undertaking.
Mr. Porter has accepted and confirmed
tho supervisors' selection of enumer
ators oxcopt In a feV instances where
the fitness of tho appointees was ques
tioned, and It being shown that thoy
wero Incompetent others were substi
tuted. In the South In some places ob
jection was made to the appointment of
colored men, but tho supervisors being
held responsible for their mon ho con
cluded to trust to their discretion and
declined to Interfere upon that ground.
It Is known, however, that appoint
ments of thla kind are few and even In
the case of a colored supervisor nearly
all of the enumerators designated by
him aro white.
It is not anticipated that much trouble
will be experienced in obtaining an
swers to tho questions that aro pro
pounded, but where refusals are met
with they will be at onca reported and
steps taken to enforce tho law. Tho
Superintendent is not given any dis
cretion in the matter, but It is madn
obligatory upon him to report each and
every porson who falls to comply with
tho requirements of tho law to tho
proper persons, who will tnstltutn a
vigorous prosecution against tho viola
tors of It, and they becomo liable to a
fine of 3100. It la thought that some
trouble will bo experienced In securing
answers to the Inquiries regarding mort
gages as well as thoso concerning spe
cial Information In relation to disease
about which physicians have recently
given opinions. No exceptions will bo
made In propounding tho questions of
harsh measures resorted to In enforcing
the law, but where it becomes plain
that the provisions of tho law are Inten
tionally being violated, then tho par
ties so offending will be called upon to
take tho consequences.
Mr. Porter Intimated very plainly last
evening that so far as the "chronic
diseases" questions were concerned it
was not the intention of tho ofllco to en
deavor to bring to punishment thoso who
wero reluctant to make answer, but as
to the "mortgage" queatlon ho spoke not
quite so chcoringly for thoso who had
determined not to answer this part ot
tho schedule, though tho probability is
strong that nothing will bo done
with recalcitrants on this matter.
Ho expressed himself very earn
estly, howovcr, with regard to bring
ing the law to bear on those who should
willfully refuso to answer any and all
questions put to them by tha enumer
ators. They would be compelled to
answer, ho said, or to take the conse
quences of their refusal. Ha thought
there waa a possibility that members ot
the criminal classes might take ad
vantage of tha fight made against the
diseases and mortgage questions to re
fuse any Information whatever to the
enumerators and he stated that thla
would not be tolerated under any elr
c u instances.
WasMagteet se seal sal Avek.
Nrw York, June 1. Friday morning
at ten o'clock the corner atone of the
Washington memorial arch waa laid
with impressive ceremonies. The music
was a special feature and was rendered
by a choir of 300 voices selected from
the Oratorio and other.alnglng societies.
The anthem, "America" and the "Star
Spangled llanner" wero sung by the
choir, the great multitude standing
about the stand Joining In. The exer
cises were opened with prayer by Illshop
Potter, after which George William
Curtis, tho orator of the day, spoke.
Tho corner stone was laid by Grand
Master John W. Yroomanof tho Mason
of tho State.
Waal AaaeHea l-ark.
Lonimix, June 1. Much discontent
exists In France on account of the vir
tual embargo on American pork, which
has raised the price ot meat consider
ably throughout the country. The
American product is discriminated
against by unnecessary and vexatious
inspections, on the pretense that disease
may be lurking la the meat. The work
tng claaee la the cities are indignant
over the discrimination, which they re
gard aa Intended for the benefit ef th
peasant farmers ef Franc at th ex
peace of thecoasumers la th industrial
Chicago, June L Yesterday th
weather waa remarkably warm for thla
time of the year. CapUta MenJI ot the
steamer Eva Fuller aad aa unknown
maa working la a lumbar yard were
overcome by the heat and died. Robert
Gasaes, a builder, was also overcome aad
waa removed to a hospital.
Arte? at e
Halifax, N. S.. June 1. The Gloa
rester schooner Mabel Kwnnison, at
Loutstorg, report that Job W. New.
maa aad Aleaso Kenny strayed from
the veesel ta a dory during a fog oa May
SO aad have not alace been heard ot
IN HONOR OF GARFIELD.
Ttse r4 Mmms a Cleveland Dedt-
rvesMeat narrteasi and Other
rveseat-xiafraiaeent Mreet ra-
CfjevKt.AKi, O:, May 31. The Gar
field memorial ia Lake View cemetery
waa dedicated yesterday with imposlnr
ceremonies in the presence of the l'resi.
dent of the United Statea, members of
his Cabinet and distinguished men from,
all parts of the country.
The memorial ia a colossal structure,
towering 10.1 feet above an eminence In
the cemetery, which overlooks the city
and surrounding country. The ediflca
cost 1150,000, of which amount one-half
was contributed by the people of Cltve-
i.t Tin: INTKIIIOIL
land, tho remainder coming from every
State and Territory In the Union and.
from many foreign lands.
The exercises began with a parade of
military and civic societies, the proces
sion forming la the center ot the city
and moving to tho cemetery, a dlstanco
of flvo miles. The city was filled with
strangers, aad thousands of peopio
watched the parade. Tho decorations
were the finest over seen here. Tho
procession moved at ono o'clock. Gen
eral James Ilarnet was chief marshal,
and Goncral Edward S. Meyer wa
The day was perfect and not a cloud
was seen in tho sky. The procession,
which was a very long one, was viewed
by two solid lines of eaplo exten'dlntr
from Erie atreot to Lake View cemotery,
flvo miles. President Harrison, Gen
eral Sherman, ex-1'resldent Hayes, Vice
President Morton and General Scholleld.
wore applauded very frequently. Tho
spectacle, barring Garfleld's funeral pro
cession, was the most Imposing ever
seen In Cleveland.
A vast concourse of people bad pre
ceded the procession to the cemetery,
and when the exercises began then
wero thousands congregated about the
great stand that had been erected and
on which wero seated tho distinguished
guests. Ex-Prcsldont Hayes, the presi
dent of tho Memorial Association, pre-
siaea, ana alter "America" had been
sung by the memorial chorus, he spoke
briefly of tho monument and it history
and purpose. The divine blessing was ltvv -
oKed oy utgiitKov. Illsbop l.conard.Xhd
ex-Covernbr Jacob I). Cox, of Cincinnati,
delivered tho oration of the day. la
tho course of his remarks he said:
"It is well that this memorial should
bo built hero In tho capital ulty of tho
Western Reserve, on tho eastern side,
whore the branching roads lead to all
the counties of the old district that
Garfield served for nearly twenty years.
Himself a typo ot the Western Keservo
boy, his marble efllgy under the donn
bt a sort of apotheosis ot Western Re
servo manhood. It Is the emblem or
the berolo qualities developed out of
the New England character In tho
pioneer life of the West, It.
typifies tho courage of the men and
women which planted new home,
were savage atlll roamed the physical
vigor ot bodyand limb, which felled
the forest and aubiued it ta the plow;
the tireless Industry aad thrift which
would be content with nothing abort of
tha highest civilisation aad th bro4et
enlightenment; the soaring purpose aad
uafalterlag will which made It possible
for every farmer's boy to aim at the
highest fflghts la literature, in science
and In statesmaashlp."
Th "Uallelajaa Chows" by Handel
waa next aung, after which Iresldent,
lUrrlson, Vice-President Morton, the
members nnd crx-member of the Cel
Inet, the General of the army and the
Governor of Ohio were presented.
Following brief ceremonies by tho
Knights Templar the "Doxology" was
sung and the benediction pronounced by
Rev. D. T. Powers, D. D. Then fol
lowed an Impressive service, by the
Knights Templars. This closed the ex
ercises and the crowds returned to the.
nsr Trad Itall.
MlsxRArou. Minn., May 31. The
Northwestern Miller says: The flour out
put lsst week wasv10T,s0 barrels, aver
aging 17.W0 barrels dally, against l'.T.
740 barrels the week before and 10ooo
barrel for the corresponding time In
IMt, md tej.ooo barrels In IWiS. Under
the Influence of, the present lifeless
flour market there Is a growing tend
ency to curtail the output. This Is trun
of the country aa well aa of Minne
apolis. OutAde mills that have hereto
fore been able to keep more or le
order ahead are now beginning to run
abort ef tha usual supply aad are reducing
thair product, rkll nt a few other of
large capacity are shut down entirely
much ef the time. The flour market 1
till extremely dll aad sales are re
duced to th minimum.
May's Laxiuww. N. J.. My It. About
foar o'clock yesterday afternoon Sheriff
M. K Johnson waa telefrapked for to
go to Richland, Atlaatie Couaty, Imme
diately to quell a riot among Itallaas at
that ptaea, who, aot bavtaf received
their wage for several weeks, had
struck aad built obetmctloa acres th
track to prevent trala from rsnnlnar.
Th Italtaa wr armed with pick,
tea aad clnb aad sroald not allow
the rompaay ta do aay further work,
Th sheriff weat to th scene, bt wa
unable to do aay thing with th mob
aad returned to Klchlaal for relator?
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