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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE.
TWELFTH YEAE. OMAHA NEB MONDAY MORNING MARCH 19 1883 172
DOWN ON DIXIE ,
Another Opportunity to Howl at
the Irish1 in General and
* -Lady Florence Dixie Aasaulted
by Masked Murderers
-Her Ooraet Riba and Faithfal
DOR Turn Aeide the Asa -
a * Daggers ,
The Socialist Scare Subsides in
France and the ] Sabbath
A Few Wine Elated Loons
Howl for Blood and
A Largo Variety of Foreign Mews-
Special Dlipatcheg to Tux Bis.
LONDON , March 18 Lady Florence
DLclo was attacked at Windsor yes
terday by two men dlsgulood in
women's clothes. Her dross was out
with diggers in several places , but she
recalved no Injury. Lady Fhrenco
was walking In a secluded spot near
the woods when the men asked her
what time it was. She replied she
had no watch and afterward : noticed ,
though they were women's clothes ,
their faces had been shaved. Much
alarmed , she started to walk away , was
followed by them , one of whom seized
her. She struggled to escape , but
seeing their daggers , fell in a swoon.
This occurred at 4 o'clock in the after
noon. She did not recover her senses
until 4:45. : Lady Florence has been
prostrated to-day. The story of the
affair was elicited from her only at
intervals. The saving of her life is
attributed to her dog , which is BUD-
posed to have protected her while she
lay In a swoon. Lady Florence had
no reason te suspect immediate danger ,
although she had been somewhat fear
ful since the receipt of a letter abont
the Land League. The lant thing oho
remembers is one of the men pushing
a quantity of mud In bar month. On
her recovery she found both her palms
out across and gloves severed. There
were two dagger holes two Inches
apart in the right breast of her dress
A broad steel corset rib had been
broken by the weapon , which had
penetrated to the inner lining of her
dress at the first stroke and to
her corset at the second stroke.
Lidy Florence supposes she uncon
sciously struggled with the men , as
sisted by her dug , until the scoundrels
"were disturbed by a cart passed the
woods. She received threatening
letters while in Ireland recently.
One of the men were a green dress
and a large hat with a veil. The
yelled man attempted the assassina
tion. No arrests have baen madur.
The police have a slight clue to the
acouudrels. It is believed the men
were bitten In the struggle.
Lady Dixie says her hsad is confused
and puinful. It Is supposed the mis
creants stunned her.
Frank Byrne has resigned the sec
retaryship of the national land and
labor league of great Britain.
It is stated Parnell started for
Paris yesterday evening.
Rowels , awaiting trial In connec
tion with the Phceiix park murder/- ,
died in an epileptic fit , in Kllmaiuham
jail , Dublin , to-night.
LONDON , March 17. An examina
tion Bhows the case and contents of
expleslvo material used in the attempt
to blow up The Times o flic a Thursday
night to be exactly similar to those
found after the recent explosion in
The ship Dnnstaffaage , from 01-
cntta , via Dundee for Liverpool , has
been wrecked on the coast of Abor-
deonahire and fifteen men , besides a
number of women and children , weru
LONDON , March 17. Lord Dan
more intends to propose at the present
ent session of parliament motions Ir
favor of legislation on behalf of Irisl
laborers , and for a large scheme o
emigration In order to prevent a re
onrrence of the present distress in Ire
_ _ _ _ _
Special Diipatclies I > Tin U i
PARIS , March 18. Up to 3:31 :
o'clock this afternoon the day hat
been oven quieter than usual. Thor <
has baen nothing unusual , even a
Champ DeMars whore the meeting o
communists was announced to ; ak <
place and at Pere LaOhaiz cemetor ;
where many of the slain communist
are burled. In the provinces the enl ;
incidents have boon a small moetlni
at St. Etlenno whloh was dlaporeoi
without resistance nnd similar meet
ing at Roubatx , the dispersal of whlcl
waa attended with Blight reslstanc
and the arrest of eight persona Thor
was no display of troops In Paris
A numbar of communists hold :
"punch" in Rue Temple to-day , j
toast waa drunk in honor of the commune
muno and revolutionary speeche
made. The baptism of a child ondo
the proceedings. Eight hundred pei
aons attended a binqnet at Lie Sain
t Forgoan. A letter from the Blanqni
sisters was read protesting against tb
police searching their house for Louis
Michel. The mooting shouted "Ion
live the commune , " and sang "Oa
EVENING The city is qule
Several drunken anarchists were a
rested. At a mooting of 500 soclalis
* t Brasserie Des Paqnls , an uproi
took place , fighting ensued and a dm
of the place broken. The meotli
L Ohapella Jaffrln , a member
the municipality In a speech onlogi
ing the commune , advised workmt
to abstain from disorderly manifest !
BanqueU were given In Qulllottlc
St. Olalr , Valio and the Orolx llo use
quarters iu Lyoue. Everything Is
MIDNIOUT The city is tranquil.
Herr Von Hlrachfield , secretary of
the Gorman ombatsy , has rotlgnod on
account of falling eyesight.
Paruoll and O'Kolloy have arrived.
Caslmlr Perler , of the loft center ,
has defeated Oharonnot , radical , for
the chamber of .deputies.
GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS.
Special Dlipatchu to Tils Ditn
DRESDEN , March 18 Bishop Llt-
tlojohn laid the corner stone of a DOTT
American church hero to-day. There
WAC a Inrgo concoureo present.
GENEVA , March 18 An anarchist
mooting was hold hero last evening ,
at whloh the existing social system
was denounced as organized infamy
LISBON , March 18 The Buoknall
cork faatory burned Lees , $500 000
ST. PETKIUSIICIUI , March 17. It la
slated that Gen. Timssheff , ex-minister
of the interior , has boon arrested In
connection with the defalcation of
Makoff , who committed autcldo re
DUBLIN , March 17. Blggar arrived
in Watnrford yesterday to appear in
court to anni-or the charge of uttorlr g
seditious language in a speech made
last December. It is expected , how
ever , that the crown ft ill apply for &
charge of venue In hia caco.
IpeclalDIepittctei toTui Bn
\\AsniNOTON , March 18. The annual -
nual mooting ot the American tract
society wa : huld this evening. Justice
Strong presided. The secretary pro-
souted a report showing total receipts
of the year of $73,000 ; expenditures ,
§ 308,000 ; donation legacies , $100-
Thb president haa improved In-
health tao last few days , but la not
yet entirely racovorod. He will not
lt > ave the city before Tuesday.
In response to Inquiries from col
lectors of customs at various ports ,
the secretary of the treasury has In
structed them that duties should bo
assessed upon full Invoice value of
merchandise covered by Invoices stat
ing the value of goods free on board
at foreign port of.shipment and value ,
Including charges , costs and commla-
sioua , without regard to provisions of
section 7 of the no- tariff , which abolishes
ishes the duties on ouch charges. He
Ruggcaia that importers pay duties un
der protest , BO as to protect any right
they may hive in the promises. The
question whether the estimate may
properly be made in such cases by the
appraising officer to cover charges and
o imtniaaions , and whether Buchamount
may thereupon bo deducted from the
Invoice valno , la reserved by the secre
tary for future consideration and until
after ho shall have received reports in
regard to the matter from the proper
Ex-Governor Lowe , of Iowa , hai
notified the commissioner general ol
the land office that ho will file with thi
Halted States supreme court on Mon
day next a petition for mandamus tc
compel the commissioner to state at
account between the United Statei
und the state of Iowa under the five
per cent clause of the act of March 2 ,
1845 , whloh provides for the admission
of the state into the union. The state
claims 5 per ont of the net proceedi
( f public lands disposed of by inllitarj
warrant location , upon the estimated
basis of $1,25 per acre , that being the
face value of the warrant. It la nn <
dorstood the second section of the aol
of March 3 , 1857 , is mainly rolled or
by the state as authority for the righl
to claim an account. The attorney
general haa been requested to defend
DECISION RENDERED AND APPROVED ,
SsoreUry Teller has rendered a de
cision in the matter pending for ovei
a year , ordering patents to issue to thi
New Orleans and Pacific railway ;
land granted the New Orleans , Bitot
Rouge aud Vickebnrg Riilroad com
pany , the latter company havingtr ns
forrod itself to the former. The secretary
rotary officially decides that the transfer
for carries the government land granti
with It , both for land already oarnec
and to be earned. The president to
day approved the decision.
THE LIFE SAVING SERVICE.
The life saving authorities are meet
Ing with great difficulty in soourln )
volunteers on thelakoa , In consequent
of the interpretation recently placet
upon the law making appropriation
for that service by the treasury de
partment. According to a recent de
olslon , volunteers cannot bo paid ex
ceptfor service rendered in aetna
Oiseacf marine disaster , and savin
of human life by them is not consldei
od as entitled to remuneration.
TROUBLES IN INDIAN TERRITORY.
Indian Agent Toft , of Mnskogee
Indian territory , telegraphs to th
commissioner of Indian afTtlrsthat nc
lets troops are sent to Union Ageno
at once , there Is great dangerof a fiqb
botwco'i the opposing factions c
Creek Indians. The war departmen
has been advised of the impondln
REDUCTION OP TIIE FORCE.
On account of the great decreaio <
orders for stamp printing for the Into :
nal revenue service , and consequei
reduction of work at the bureau of ei
graving and printing , a reduction i
the force In that bureau has boooa
Iilllie , Tabu the Baby.
Special Dispatch to Till BII.
NEW YORK , March 18. Mrs. LI
llo Ddvoraux Blake lectured to-nlgl
in answer to Rov. Dr. Dlx. 81
said : "When woman's Influence
felt In Its proper place , men will 1
mora human and their minds coi
verted from brute force. "
The Diamond Mine Grara.
Special DUpatcb to Tui BII.
BRAIDWOOD , 111. , March 18.
large number of people gathered attl
diamond mine to-day. Only five fei
of water remain to be pumped ou
and the bodies are expected to con
to the surface at any time. Hlngi
boxes which fall flat by the removal of
a pin , for handling corpses when
recovered , were sent down from
A PROTEST F OM PANAMA-
Four Americans Imprisoned 'Without
SpecUl Dlipttch to Tui IJii.
PHILADELPHIA , Pa. , March 18.
Captain Dickmau , of the steamer
Folry , at thla point , from Asplnwall ,
ropnrtss four Americans , B. 8. Lewis ,
C U. Barnca , F. D. Scott and Alex.
Stewart have been Incarcerated at
Panama upon suspicion of being on-
gat > oci In tuu robbery from the vault
of the P.uinma railroad company of
$50 000 gold coin , shipped In
two kegs. Scott and Lowla say they
left Panama the day ofter the robbery
for Aspluwall ou business. Arriving
at Aspinwall , they mot Stewart and
the three were arrested at break
fast. Thuy were taken to Pana
ma and Imprisoned. Barnes was
arrested afterwards. Their bagqago
waa searched and no gold
found. The four prlsonoro addroesod
a protest to the United States government -
mont declaring they are Innocent and
asking redress. They nay they were
not given a hearing.
1 h Mississippi Flood.
Special Dispatches to Tus liiui.
MEMPHIS , March 18 The river
hero continues etoadily to decline.
The river la within ita banks in many
HELENA , Ark , , March 18 The
river Is declining at the rate of alx
Inches a day ; total fall , over two feot.
The'bottom will Boon bo free of water.
Planting begins within the next three
weeks. Stringent sanitary measures
will be put In force to proa < .rvo health
after the water subsides ana seepage
runs off. No apprehension of further
calamity from other causes.
VICKSBURO , March 18. The coun
try about Clarksdale Is inundated to a
depth of four feet. The town being
on very high ground , is entirely safe.
The country from Clarksdale to Ta-
Bonla , 300 miles , Is under water on
both sides. ThoTiver Is aa deep aa
last year. A considerable amount of
overflow is caused by water from the
Friars Point break on the Mississippi.
The trip from Williams can bo made
fo Friars Point In small
boats. The current at Clarksdale
being very swift , caused the steamer
Sunflower to turn out into the fields ,
losing one chimney and otherwise
damaged. No loss of stock reported
The inhabitants are confident the
water will pats off in time to make a
fine crop , it having began to recede
three iuchcs In twenty-fjur hours.
The finest crop for many years wac
raised in this section last year aftei
the water fell. The country from
Fasonla down la safe with several feel
of bank to spare. Ploughing anc
planting la progressing.
How Th y Dwell Together ix
Special Dispatch to Tui 111 * . '
NEW YORK , March 18. There w *
a large convention of Irish sociotio
in this city to-day to arrange a rocep
tlon to Parnell. The proceeding
were not harmonious. The lane
leaguers presented Dr. W. B. Wai
lace's name as president , and thi
Ancient Order of Hibernians namet
James Oliver. Dr. Wallace waa de
olared chosen amid mnoh confusion
The Hibernians left the hall. Whei
the noise subsided the meeting wa
resumed and a business committee ap
pointed to consider the best manne :
af receiving Parnell.
Egan with the Father * .
Special Dlipateh to Tim DII.
WATEBBURY , Conn , , March 18. A
the close of the lecture on 8t. Patrlcl
by Father Lilly , of Ohio , to-night
Father Walsh Introduced Patrlol
Egan , former secretary of the Lam
League , as "the little man who mad
the British lion tremble. " E an said
Iteland is to-day in the bands of th
most brutal and coercive foe , who i
hanging innocent men , bayonetini
women and shooting down children
England , he said , with her spies , in
formers and packed juries , is trying i
crush out the national life of Ireland
bnt there is a new Ireland on this sld
of the Atlantic ; ' , blob will hold her ti
a reckoning ft// the crimes commlttei
at her home. He believed Ireland'
long night of slavery waa approachin
its dawn , and that measures for he
national Independence would be sue
Special Dispatch to Til Bin.
PHILADELPHIA , March 18. Supei
intendent Snowden of the mint sayi
dies for the altered design of the noi
five cent piece will not be roaay f o
two or three weeks. The altered col :
could not be issued till then. Th
nickels now in circulation will not b
called In. Col. Snowden goes to Nei
Orleans to Investigate the ciroutz
stances connected with the Issuing a
the New Orleans mint of gold col
found below the standard by the atsa
commissioner , who reported It to th
, A Disastrous Collision.
1 Special Dlipateh to Tui lit' .
BLOOMINQTON , III.March 17. Tw
freight trains of the Chicago & Alto
and the Illinois Central came into co
llslon at Normal yesterday. Eight <
the Alton cars were loaded with ca
tie , and the Illinois Central englm
and several cara loaded with iroi
were thrown from the track. Some i
the cattle were killed , and the ca :
badly wrecked. The cause of the a
cldent haa not boon ascertained , bi
It ia believed by aomo that it was
misunderstanding of signals.
A Monetary Scare.
Special Dtipatchl to Tui Uii.
NEW LORH , March 17. There la i
little uneasiness among the bnslne
men In New York in regard to tl
tightness of the money marke
Money to-day was loaned at 10@
A. per cent , and prime mercantile pap
IB at OJ@7 per cent. The bank atat
it ment just issued is unfavorable , sho' '
ing In the reserve a decrease of $1,60-1
IB C24 , and the banks now hold | 6,77C
d 875 lees than the legal requirement
FAREWELL TO OMAHA.
BOY , J.W , Ingram Says QoodBye
to Bis Feoplo.
Affeotinjr Sorvioea at the Chris
tian Ohuroh Yesterday ,
It has boon known for norao tlmo
past that llov. J. W , Ingram , for some
tlrao past In charge of the Christian
church congregation of this city , was
about to take his departure from our
midst , where ho has worked BO lon
and faithfully and BO acceptably The
roaions for his resignation and change
from Omaha t Loa Augolos , Ool , , are
also well known , and in the light of
all the clrcumstancoi , it was an , cc
caslon of moio than ordinary regret
when ho preached hla "farowou ser
mon" to those with whom ho had labored
orod so Ion ; ; .
Oh , Time ,
In thine unceasing flight !
I luk uue Klanco , lngle slcht
Yoatorday morning the children' of
the Sjbbuth tchool were included
among those who bade farewell to
the pastor , and to them cBpeclally waH
the short dls wurao delivered.
The pastor ohoso from the crip-
tures certain passages which Would
bo appropriate to the occasion , but
before he had finished reading these
passage * ho was compelled to Cill
npon Dr. Lucas to continue > tha
reading. > *
THE CHILDREN , .1"
who were to take part in the farewell
service , sang some solootlons'.nlth'tho
oholr very harmoniouBly. Too loader
of the choir , Mr. Wilktns , Bang atolo
very beautifully , but was evidently
unable to aing all the versos , *
The paator announced his text , fend
said that the children had desired to
take put in the farewell sorylcj , and
to them ho would direct hit first
sermon , which Is , "Suffer little chil
dren , and forbid them not , to come
nnto me ; for of auoh is the kingdom
of Heaven. " Matt. 19:14.
FAREWELL WORDS. ,
After the pastor had finished his
ncrmon to the children , he Bald it had
been impossible for him to write a ser
mon , and oven to make any prepara
tion whatever , but ho would merely
call attention to the farewell of Paul
In his aocond letter to the Corlnthlauo.
It seems as if Paul , aflor ho had writ
ten the letter , thought wha.t hb might
say that would have force , and ic
these worda there la comprohenduc
very much : ' Finally , brethren
farewell. Bo perfect , bo of good
comfort , be of.ono mind , live lupeap ,
and the God of love and peace 'ehul
bo with you. " " t
Paul had preached at _ thls place
and after him came apaBtoB,4 } r ?
there was -division In-ibe "AttV" ' ,
and Judaizlng teachers came tl ' c
from Jerusalem to destroy their fait !
In Christ. Bat ho says to them , "Be
perfect. " You may B y , "Brothei
Ingram , we have assisted yon It
building this church , but we cannel
be perfect. " Yon can be morally per
foot ; and never stop until yon have
been successful in attaining a noble ,
Christian aim which yon have placed
before yon. And do not allow the
small debt which remains on the
church to destroy yonr peace of mtnd
neither the many who In their wiok-
edaosa are preparing for themselvei
eternal punishment , but be stoadfas1
on the rock Christ Jesus. You wli
miss mo , bat not so mnoh as I wll
inlss yon , for while yon are surround'
nd by your ftleuds , I go among ontln
Although I have attended man ]
farewell services and preached farewell -
well sermons In the twenty-one yean
of my ministry , I have never , until to
day , been compelled to yield to at
overpowering Influence of my feelings
Although a friend may press the bane
and endeavor to look through the eye
into the depths of the affections , am
is unable , there will be a time whei
there shall be a meeting again , and wi
shall know each otner in thai
At the close of the sermon two oami
forward to unite with the church
They had been subjects of prayer
that they might be converted , am
when asked they professed their faltl
Resolutions in reference to gooi
wishes and anticipations of futun
Christian work by the pastor and hi )
family , and expressions of deep regro
on account of his severing hla conneo
tlon with the congregation were reai
by Dr. Lucas.
An Allotted Omaha aamily In Clare
The Weeping Water Republican o
March IC.h saya ;
Some months ago a woman and tw
daughters , one a inure child , came t
Weeping Water from Omaha , glvln
their names as Alkon , For eom
weeks they boarded ; finally securing
honse they went to house keeping
after purchasing an entire outfit , em
bracing silver ware , carpets , an organ
stoves , and various other luxuries , o
our merchants , on time , the wldoi
representing herself to bo a widow I
fair circumstances , though clalmln
that her money was In vested In Omaha
For some time they carried on a dress
making business , all the tlmo goln
deeper in debt. This they were oc
ablod to do by tolling very plansibl
stories and making fair promUci
Some three or four weeks ago , hofi
over , the head of the establlshmet
suddenly left forOmaha , "onbaslneei
to be gone but a few days. " 1
make a long story short , she failed t
return , whloh perhaps was not an :
prising , and , from entertaining a fait
suspicion that all was not right , he
creditors became convinced ot the fai
and on Wednesday morning , after a
JcerUlulng that the girls , togethi
irlth a yonng man who had boon
warding with them , had endeavored
o have their goods taken to the depot
'ho ' previous night , Intending to take
.ho early train , swooped down npon
.hem and attached everything attach
able , some of them making themselves
whole , while others were nnablo to
got anything , and arc heavy losers.
The parties In this transaction left
ast evening for Omaha ; at least that
s the destination they gave. It Is
inped they will bo shown up as the ?
do orvo , wherever they will make their
ioxt stopping place , and that the
ncrchants nil ! not allow themselves
to bo victimized by them as they have
I Plsintchti to Tni Km.
-.u6r defeated Kws in the Orn-ca-
Haitian wreitllag mntch at Now Orleans ,
The steamelilp Klbo. front Karopo to
No.v York , brought 1291,000 in gold coin
ami bars ,
The Rranii Jury of Chicago returned a
true bill of murder agalnit Jcro Duuu for
killing Janus Clllott.
at. Patrick's day was celebrated by pro-
ceisiunn aiid banquet * In all the principal
cltlts uf the Unltnl States.
The Miami distillery , owned by Pnttlson
& OaliUell , at Hamilton , Ohio , burned.
JJ > B , 5100,000 ; well luauted.
0. K , OACII , defaulting treasurer of the
'Ihiid Nutlonal bank of tit. Louis was *
sentenced tj eight yean In the peniten
John Wewook , of IOWA City , a Bohe
mian , in n fit of madness or partial innau-
ity , tried to cut his thtont. llo will recover -
Morris Filzgibbou , a laborer , was blown
to atoms ou Thuraduy at the Sterling ( N.
Y } mlno by the accidental explosion of
Patrick McKtnloy , a Baltimore 4 Ohio
conductor , le nod from the car near Salem-
villc , Ohio. wa i-truck by a mall catcher
and Instantly killed.
At the memorial tnoas meeting in honor
of Karl Man by the working men of
Bruodyn , Doctor Adolph Donanl dellrcr-
ed the memorial Rddrosa.
Ex-Quvernor Klrkwood , secretary of the
interior under Garfield , WAS accidentally
thrown from hl carrfa e at Iowa City and
suffered severe injar.es. Not dangerous.
A. 8. Hill , of Salt Like city , decamped
with $ IOOJO belonging to his wife. OIB-
cers are on his trail. lie cane from the
east a few years ago and married a widow
The trial o ! Knos J. Crowthor for nlleg.
ed complicity in the bond theft at St. Joe
ended Saturday , tha Jury biinging in a
verdiot of "not guilty. " Only ouo ballot
Holinea B. Kelley , of Philadelphia , and
Jamen llowjtd , ol Now York city , havt
boenarroited for being concerned in laautop
? 10POOf .rxodbonls of the Albany and
A lierco gale from the northwest prc
vailed all yesterday in Chicago. Inrgi
Amounts ol lumber word whirled from thi
government pier into the basin , but inoa
of it was roccuorod ,
Dr. Wm. T. Forbes , demonstrator o
anatomy , Jefferson medical college
charged with complicity in the desocratioi
uf graves of Lebanon cemeUry , was ac
quitted this morning in the court of quartet
'Che Moamboat Grand Iile , which too
Hi thv-t > Ucr ) of the lost Y ZOO , wi
[ nedun Black jrlvor with o rRo. Th
In t rjuocclV. ( ir.,000 ; Injured : can ,
1 bales i f cot'on and ii.OOO bu hel <
1 ; also imured.
Tha Arkansas legislative committee a ;
xiinto'l to Investigate the accounts of e
Luni Oommlsiioner Lear has reported
deficit of 811,500. The house paused tl
concurrent reiolntlon tattructlng the
iomey general to sue Lear and sureties.
The safe in the store of Moore k Rigi ?
S"orytb , Mo. , containing fnndsofToyi
k Co. , was blown open aud $5,000 in cai
and a largo amount of county warran
and other papers stolen. Officers are no
> urtulng two mounted men. supposed <
> e the robber ? , who are making toward tl
There is a sensation in financial clrcl
rom the fact that the Bank nf Montre
ias taken out a warrant to arrest Thorn
tlodgson , a heavy produce merchant , c
-ho charge of 'obtaining money under fal
iretences. The accus'd has absconded ,
ssaid several other local banks are badl
ituck. Toe defaulter was supposed to I
pne of the richest merchants here ,
John Jones , of Ogeltborpe county , thr
and killed his wife yesterday. Homarrli
lor when she was II years old , four yea
ago. After the marriage Jones attempt !
; o outrage the mother-in-law. He hi
jcen gone three years. He returned r
cently and tried to get hlswife to live wil
him. She refuted and he killed her , I
was arrested and committed Rulclda In jal
Ellen Conway , a woman of C5 year
who peddled on Broadway , New Yorl
was found dead in bed Saturday Hi
rooms bad a miserable appearance , bi
when searched over $5,000 was found I
them. She Is believed to have children I
Boston or Philadelphia. The effects wei
turned over to the public administrate
A case of considerable Interest to trod
unions has bcgnn in the courts of Denve
Frank and Putnam , ' tailors , sued tl
tailors' union lor conspiracy and frau
chareln ? that the union forced jouroeymi
to quit worlc if wages agreed up n were n
increased. They charge that a Ian
amount of work was contracted for an tl
bails of these prices , of which the unli
was , cognizant. -
J. T Brown , Jr. , recently appoint
United Stttes marshal for the eastern di
trict of Arkansas , waa arrested Saturda
charged with iorglntr * a large number
vouchers and collecting money on the <
Kvldence before United States Jnd
Caldwell Is strongly against him , but tl
examination Is not concluded , Brown w
for years chief deputy in the marsh
office and was appointed to succeed T
rans , , who recently died. He Is a man
hlph standing In the church. It Is untie
stood he Is in good financial circumstanci
Ills arrest causes a great sensation ,
A fire destroyed the entire business pa
of forest City , California. Saturda
Hundreds are homeless. Scarcely an
thing was saved People barely eacapi
with their lives. No provisions in t
towns , ex-eptwhat are In the fire-pro
cellar , which is safe. One thoiuar
pound of flour Is all that is saved , ai
much suffering mutt eneuo before the d (
titute can be provided for. Only a fe
tmall buildings on the outskirts of tl
town are left. The Bald Mountain coi
Cany's mines and buildings , ( lumps. lai
er house and yards aud the flume are i
afe , This renders It possible for many
the poor to RO to work as soon as they g
tousod. Seventy-six buildings we
Btirned. A gang of Chinamen stole hi
i\e flour left. An organized body of mi
tartfld to exclude them from thetown. /
earns Airo gone , Any hour may brli
now. No lumber to be had until teai
tre brought from the valleys. Ihe fl
> rlginated in the kitchen of the Forri
jouie. The fire apparatus was In bi
t P.nJo in a FavUlion.
3pcUl DUpatch to Till U" .
NKW OIUEAMH , March 18. Fara
ta'i Pavilllon , Bourbon and Orlea
streeti , WM the scene ot great e
cltomont to-night. Just bofdrcr the
close of the performance an alttm ol
fire was given. The large ) audience
was panic stricken and made a rush
for the exit , The fire > raa subdued.
When quiet was restored It was found
that two men , | two women , a girl and
boy and a colored youth were severely
crushed , being trampled upon. The
wounded were sent to the county
hospital. Some are believed to bo
A Flno Article.
Special Dtopatch to Tin Uii.
CHICAGO , March 17. The Tribune
this morning devotes two pages to a
full statement as to the methods by
which the vast public domain of the
United States In being lost , stolen
and surrendered. The Tribune
charges that the land sot apart for
hoinfs for families has boon made
into empires for corporations. In the
story recited below every element of
human fault and fraud will bo seen to
have boon nt work In the spoliation of
the land of the pooplo. Congress hns
boon extravagant and has failed to act
when a part of the results of Its ex
travagance might have boon saved.
The land office haa boon Inadequately
equipped by congress and haa on Its
own account boon ciroloss , dishonest
and traitorous to the Interests of the
people. It has boon wax in the hands
nf the great railroad corporations , but
double edged stool in the ride of the
poor settlors. It haa overturned the
decision of the supreme court and
nnlllGod the acts of congress to betray -
tray its trust and enrich the railroads ,
but has refused oven to oiorciso Ita
discretion when the homo of a set
tler , hold by a righteous title , was to
bo confiscated at the demand of cor
porate greed , Tabular statements
are published supporting every
charge made. The article was prepared -
pared by Henry D. Lloyd , an editor
ial writer on The Tribune , and Is sure
to attract general attention.
The Fl nd In NBW York-
8pedl IUp kh to Tin Uu
NKW YORK , March 18. The anni
versary of the Paris commune of 1871
was celebrated by the communists of
the city to-day. There was a largo
gathering , all wearing rod ribbons.
On the walls were revolutionary
mottoes , bordered with blood colors ,
and the sashes of the o fibers were of
the same hue. Herr Most , In an address -
dross , said the Paris commune was
too humane. The commune of the
future will boostabllahod regardless of
humanity and with a firm hand to
wield the aword of destruction.
A Swindling Concern.
Special Dispatch to Tin Bis.
INDIANAPOLIS , March 18 A re
ceiver has boon appointed to taki
charge of the Marlon Trust company
located In this city. The firm ha
boon In oxlfitenoo about one year , dm
Ing whloh time nearly 1200,000 wor
taken in nd $50000 ; paid out , Th
victims of the swindle number abet
5,000 , The average amount receive
from each is (40. It in not likely tl
concern will pay anything , )
Myatorloni Arrest *
Special Blip itch to Tin Dim.
CHARLESTON , 8. 0. , March 18 tia
urday , in Clarendon county , Depn
U. 8. Marshal Wilson arrested nil
white men and one colored man , i
respeotaole , and took them to Floren
to await examination Tuesday. W !
son Bald the arrest was for oloctli
offenses , lie would give the prisons
no more definite information. Bi
was refused as the officer foatod 1
would lose his mileage.
Special Dlipateh to Tui B .
PITTSBUKO , March 17. A inov
mont is on foot to have Dukoa 1
dieted for Bending obscene llteratni
through the malls. The Unlti
States'postal officials say the lotto
written by Dukes to Captain ND
justify his arrest for the infraction
the United States law governing tl
transmission nf mall. The penalty
year in the penitentiary.
Special Dispatch to Till Bis.
OSHKOBU , Wls. , March 18 A ca <
of miscegenation has just been di
covered In prominent circles hen
Anna Welibrlch , 10 years old , marled
rlod Cyrus Bostwick , colored , in tt
absence of her father , ten days.agi
The father returned yesterday an
dlnoovored the fact. Boatwlok wi
recently divorced from his first wlfi
who was also white.
Blllardi and the Drama.
8p Nl l Dllpatch to Tni BBS.
GHICAQO , March 18. Maurice Vl |
nanx and Wm. Sexton arrived hoi
and will at once begin practice for tt
great balke line tournament beglnnln
the 2Gth inst.
Robson & Orano leased a lot a
Randolph street opposite the Contr
Music hall , and will build a theatre I
Tha Doctor Acquitted-
Bpe'la ! Dlipateh to Tin Bis.
niLADKLi'HiA , March 17.
Wm , L Forbes , demonstrator of ana
omy In the Jefferson medical collogi
who was charged with complicity I
the desecration of graves in Lobano
cemetery , was acquitted this mornir
In the court of quarter sessions.
To the Editor ol TIIS 11 is.
IjLoosiiNoroN , lud. , March 18.-
An Incendiary lire occurred hero la
night , destroying a barn. Tlw w
of the building burnt Friday fell la
night , burying beneath the debris fo
men and one boy , three of whom w
A Rapid Deoliue ,
Special DUpatch to lili Bis.
18 "HELENA , Ark. , March 17. T
is river declined throe inches dnring t
past twelve hours and Is ovorywhc
declining rapidly. The overflow
NEW STOCK boots and shoi
UT10A BOOT AND SHOE STOR
1221Farnam street. Full line I
prices Opening this evening ,
BAPTISED IN BLOOD.
An Italian Christening in .New
York Sealed With the
The Victim's Head Almost Sev
ered From the Body
With a Razor.
A Desperate Gang of Horse and
Cattle T/iiovoa Discov
ered in Texas.
Myntorious and Btntal Murder
of a Woman in Water-
town , Mass ,
Shooting Picnic * , Baloldoi , and
Minor Grade * of Crime.
SpecUl Dispatch to Till liis.
NEW YORK , March 18 A murder
was committed to-day in the Italian
quarter , Quisoppo Luxola had a baby
christened , and invited a number of
friends to the ceremony. Among the
number were Antonio and Follolo
Amou , brothers , and Frank Alberto.
After the christening all began to
drink , and a quarrel ensued. Razors
and knives were mod.Yhon the po
lice arrived Alberto was found In a
dying condition. A razor cut had
gone BO far through his neck that hla
head hung only by a shred of flesh.
Ho was sent to St. Vincent hospital.
Physicians say ho will die. The
brothers Amen were arrested , charged ,
with murder. They were covered with
blood , but had no knives. One had
ton knife thrusts on him , the other
two. They deny wounding Alberto ,
who they say 'attacked and wounded
Antonio S nt Aloft
Sp cl l Dlipatch to Tui Dn
NKW YORK , March 18 Antonio
Anandlllo , aged 10 , was fatally shot
t ) -nlght while enttrlng the hallway of
his homo In the Italian quarter.
A Desperate * Band of Thlnvei'
Bptclal Dlipateh to Tni Bis
SAN AKTONIA , Tex , , March 18.
Two young men , sons of prominent
stock men of this state , have been ar
rested hero and have divulged the ex
istence of a largo gang of cattle and
horse thieves. The band is aald to bo
composed of soma ot the moat no-
torloun and deperato men In the
stato. Measures are being taken for
their arrest. Stock men are taking
great interest In the matter , but from
the dangerous character of the gang
their capture U expected to Involve
good.deal of blood-shed. * * '
Specta Dispatch to Tin Bo.
LOUISVILLE , March 18. At Wll-
llamsburg , Whitely county , Ky , , to
day , an old man named Dowall and
boy , James Rainwater , fought in a
house of ill-fame. Dowall killed the
boy and fled.
A Note * balolda.
SpecUl Dlipateh to Tui Hi * .
RICHMOND , Va. , March 18. Ben
jamin Bates , aged 49 , suicided thla
morning , shooting himself through
the heart. Ho was grand nephew of
Edward Bates , attorney general in
Lincoln's cabinet , and was head nf
the former largo book house in thla
city of Bates & Waddy Bros.
A Mother Murdered.
Special Dlipateh to Tni BII.
WATERLOO , Mass. , March , 19 , 1:20
a. m. The wife of Edward Oarleton
was murdered In the hallway of her
own house at 7:30 : last last night. Tha
doorbell rang and Mrs. Cafleton an
swered. Her daughter coming down
to see who was the visitor , stepped on
the body of her mother at the foot of
the-stairs , her skull crushed with a
large rook. Oarleton , a liquor dealer
In Boston , arrived homo at midnight ,
when ho.lirst learned of the murder.
His wife was advanced in pregnancy.
Colorado Grim *
Special Dlipateh to Till Bra.
DENVER , March 18. Charles G ,
Ballard , at one time teller of one of
the leading banks of Syracuse , suicided
hero last night.
D. J. Twomly , formerly of Boston ,
lately wholesale confectioner of this
city , was choked to death to-day while
eating fish at a lunch counter.
This evening , at Red Cliff , a small
mining camp near Leadville , a man
named Mansfield shot and instantly
killed his wife , and then put a ball
throw his own head. He will die.
Oauso , jealousy.
Landroth's Garden Seeds at Holm-
rod & Dorman's. tf
MAVERICK NATIONAL B4NX.
Cor , Water and Congreia Streets.
CAPITAL , - - 840O.QOO
SURPLUS , - - S < OU,000
Transacts a general Banking business. Re
ceives the accounts of Ranks , Bankers and
others. Draws Foreign Kxchac e and
m&koH Cable Transfers in Europe and Tel
egraphic Transfers of Money throughout
the United States. Buys and sells Gov
ernment and other Investment Securities ,
and executes any business for its Corn *
spondenti in the line of Banking.
ASA P. POTTER ; Preilden' .
J. J. EDDY , Oa.hler.
J. W. WORK ,
< w Omaha National Bank Building.
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