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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE ,
FIFTEENTH YEAR. OMAHA , WEDNESDAY MORNING , APRIL 28 , 1880. NUMBER i 269.
THEIR PROMISES DNHEPT ,
Hepburn of Iowa Tells the House About
the Democratic Party.
A FEW INCIDENTS RELATED.
How Greenback Weaver Hns Ilccn
Compelled to Humiliate Himself
nnd Knt \VnrdH-Tlio 1'co-
plc ItccoinliiK DlHtrustl'iil.
The House Proceedings.
WA niNcirojf , Aprils * . In the liouso to
day the BiMiato bill was pissed oxtcnding foi
two months from April TO , IbtO , the < lntlcs of
the clerk of the htu court of commissioners
on Alabama claims.
Mr. Uennctt of South Carolina , fiom the
pommlttco on judiciary , repoi ted adversely
the bill to prohibit aliens from acquiring
title or owning lauds within the United
Slates. Placed on the house calendar.
A number of committee reports weie pre
sented , and the bill to establish n sub treasury
at Louisville , Ky. , was called up. Meisis.
Monbon of Illinois and Dln ley of Maine
opposed it , and , aftei finther discussion , tlio
consldeiatlon of the bill was postponed until
The house then went Into committee of the
whole , Wellborn ol Texas Inthochali , on
the river and harbor bill. Tlie paiagiaph
acieptlng fiom the state ot Ohio thn Mils-
klnisnun river Improvement , gave rise to
much opposition , and Mi. Kcgan of Texas
moved to stilke it liom the hill.
Mi. Hewitt of New Yoik suppmtcd the
Mr. Ilendeison ot Illinois opposed tlie
motion to strike out.
Mr. Hepbuinot Iowa thought tliu nppio-
prlatlons In the pending bill would hive lit
tle elfect In bilnglni ! dlbtiessor icllet to the
countiy. One 01 the causes for dlstiess was
the fact that the people weie atiald of those
whoweionow inauthoilty. There had been so
much of pioinlso and so little of performance
on tliepait of the dcniociatlc puty that the
people looked to tlio ttitnie with distrust.
Toeiiumeiatea tow ot Its pledges , people
had been told , cspccl illy by ills colleague
( Weavet ) , that hciclotoio tlio go\ctninunt
had lieen inn In the Intel est ot the men ot
wealth and cleat cm poiatious , but that now
the people weie to bo conseived in tliuii in-
teiest. As a proof ot this tlie gentleman had
called attention to the tact tint
the piesident sympithl/cil with tlio
scttleis on the liontler who were
standing aionnd the tenitoiy of Oklahomi ;
that monopolies weie in tlieio nndei the into
ol tlio lepublican piity , and that now they
were to be turned out and settleis weie. to go
In. A lew days ago his colleague had been
compelled to say , with humiliation in Ids
manner , that all those loud louuding piom-
Ises had been iintine ; tliat tlio settleis were
still standing outside , looking Into the land
ot piomlse. liom which picsnlcntial onleis
pieventcd their cntuiing. The people had
been told that the volume ol einiency was to
ho cnkugcd , but instead of tint , before -
fore tlio piesidcnt had taken his scat ,
ho hid iccoinmended that the sllvei blanch
ol thecuriency should bo stiicken down.
Not content with that , in the veij fust 10-
poit made by the secietaiyot the tieasmv ,
lliatolllccr had iccomnicndpd that all the
gieenbacks should be dcstiojcd. linmedi-
atpiy alter , that gentlemen fiom Illinois
( Morrison ) had come In with a proposition
to distinb all tlio labor Inteicbtsot the coun
try. No man know where that would end.
No ninn could tell where the disturbance
was to cease. No man could foiecibt tlio
Tlio motion to stiiko out wab lost , and the
committee lose and the house adjoutncd.
In tlio Senate.
WASHINGTON. April 27. Iho cliali laid
bcfoie the senate a communication tiom the
cleik ol the house ol icnicbcnlativcs of Ohio ,
liaiismlttlngn tiansciint of the testimony
taken by , i committee of that lioiiseandaiepoit
of the same committco on the subject ot the
clmigcs against the ofllcial ilntcgiity ol cci-
tain members of that house In connection
with the election ot lleiny 1J. Pa } no as
United Slates bonator.
Mr. Wliitlnnn was appointed a mcnibci of
the following committees : On claims , on
pensions , and on the tenth census ; also on
naval atfaiis dm Ing the tempoi.uy absence of
benatoi .loues , ot I'loildi.
The bill providing foi an extension of tlio
executive , nmiibion was passed. ItappiopU-
ates JjHOO.UOO foi the | ml | > o e.
The following bills aiithoiblng the con-
stiuctlonol biidireswciu icpoited tavoi.thly
fiom the eminnlttei ) on commence , nnd weie
passed : ICallioad bildges acioss the Mls-
KOIIU liver at 01 lieu Iviuisas City , Mlssoini ;
Council lilulls , Iowa : on the line ot theiall-
load betwein eltliei Clav or Jackson county ,
Misbouil , and the ciiuntv ot Wiandottc ,
Kansas , near Atchlson , Kansas : nt or iic-u
Saline City , Mlssoini ; neai St. Cliailes , Mis-
souil ; ami atoi neai St. Joseph , Mibsouu ;
also uiilioad biidues acio > s the St. Ciolx
ilveioi the lake between Prescott , Wisconsin ,
and Silllwatei , Mlnnesohi.
The Intei-stato com > neico bill was then
taken up. The pending question was on
Mi. Camdcn's pioposcd amendment to stiiko
out the words "liom tlwsMino point ot de-
partnio" fiom the long and shot t haul clause
of the bill.
Mi. Cullom defeinlcd tlio bill. Tlio com
mittee. had L'hen the subject of long and
shoit hauls a good deal ot cousldeiatlon , and
had not telt it sulo to co JuiJIiei than the
state nt Mussichusctts had gone In that mat-
toi. No country in ( lie woild had an abso
lute long and shoit haul law lei hei iail-
loads , 'llieie was In this country a beliet
that the slinit haul people weio swindled in
oulei to make up tin losses on long hauls.
The committee had eiidoavoied , b ) this bill ,
to pievenl the posblblllty ol ntUio.vIs lecoup-
Itu themselves out ot shoit haul people lei
losses on long hauls. Thu committee , ho
said , had not been able to hi Ing theli judg
ment to tlio ( Oiu'liislon that It would bo wise
to insist that thole should ncuY hu greater
( haiges lot hhoitei than I'oi longei hauls.
llo wished such a htwcoiild wisely bo pissed ,
hut If passed as things weio such a law
would bo neatly injiulous to the business of
the couiitiy ,
Mi. hhermaii could not see how the com
mittee , h iv ing iccn/nl/cd \ \ long and shoit
hull pilnclplp , could legist the amendment
piopuspd by ( ' .linden , It was impossible to
( .top shoit ot extending the long and shoit
haul pi jnclplu to Inteiloi points on uillioads.
It It was to bo applied tto the gieat tei-
mlnid i oluts on the same rallioad , It was
sihi It would cost moie lor a short haul than
a long one. That was not so. It could not
be so. It novel can bo shown to bo so. Theie
was nogioundof equity foi a linger ihaigo
on a short than on a long ono. Any other
nile would nttcily destioy alt IntPimcdlato
towns and cities ,
Mi , Miller opposed the amendment and
Messis. llarilsand Heck advocated it. Mi.
Cimgei also lavoicd It.
Attci an executive session the senate ad
WASHINGTON' , Apill 27. The senate to
day continued ( lie following nominations :
Samuel Klowri , assistant tieasutei , Now
Oileans ; C , W. Wc-bt , govornoi of Utah ; 0.
I' . Shop-nd , leglsterof lauds , Worlhlngton ,
Minn. Collcctois of Internal loventio A. II.
Kuedielmajpi , l-'ontlh dlstilet of Iowa ; W ,
I1. Thompson , Second dlstuct ot Iowa ; U.
Webster , Thlid riUtilct of Iowa. Postmas-
( era John 0. Allen , Olnrj , Ilk ; Matthew
Wcisimntel. Napeulllo , 111. ; T. J. Curtoll ,
llunkci lllll , III , ; Patrick Cann , Koit Dodge ,
Iowa ; Oscai H. llarilnmn , Hamilton , Iowa ,
K. it. ( invln , CornliiK , lovvn ; John 1) . Sinltli ,
liiulfonl. ln\vaT. M. Lynn , ( iiundy Center ,
Iowa ; Mnii > hul lilrdsHil , KmpoiU , Kan. ;
DaUd < ; nittt , Oilcans Neb. : U. T. ManJi ,
Uie on , III. ; . I. K. Wii ht , Mciinette , Wls. ,
and a numbei oi army nominations.
Deinont Doomed ,
WAbiiiNtnox , Apill a ; . The senate com-
inlHca on public luuils doddou unanimously
tftl portnd pr6ely upon the nomlnatiou ot
Dement to be survejoi ieuvral ; of Utah.
THCTAHIKr ON WOOIj.
IJfTortto Have Its Pnto De-
clileil nt Onoe.
WASittsfno.v , April .7. [ Special Tcle-
Kram.J-lJopiesentatlvo Wllkins , of Ohio ,
whollntioduccd n resolution in tin1 house
jestcrday , declailne that It Is the enso of
the house that the duty on wools should not
no reduced , was seen by jour correspondent
and asked what his object was in Introduc
ing this resolution when Morrison's tat Iff bill
which places wool on the free list was on
the calendar. "It Is to detcimtno svvhellior
wo arc to have fiei1 wool , and to determine it
at once , " replied Mr. Wllkins. "If that reso
lution cm bo adopted , it will have an imme
diate effect upon the wool market , pushing
the prices right tip , and this would bo foitu-
nateforall wool glowers. Just now the
prices aio verv low on account of the possi
bility. It not probability , of the passage ot
the Morrison taiift bill. "
"Hut vonr lesolutlon was leferrcd to the
committee on ways and means , tlio majority
of which Is pionouncJil In tavot of free
wool. Wlltiteveibo lepoited hick lo the
"Don't be too sine , " tcplled Mr. Wllkins ,
"that the democratic m-mb-us ot wajsand
means ate in lavorof fieo wool. 1 have been
= ecuiins opinions , and I believe the bill will
boiepoitmtlnek to the house , If not favoi-
ably. llowevei , I shill not wait lone upon
the committee. It Is my intention to Intto-
duee another lysolullon of siinllat impoit on
next Monday It this onn does not come
back by tliat time. "
"Do j on think the house will pass 11 ? "
"Yes ; I think so. I have ma.le . dllllgent
Inmiliy , and llud veiy many democrats who
aie opposed to fiee wool. My proposition Is
stiongci than the tulll bill. I think Mr.
Motrlson sees he has made a mistake in put
ting It in his bill , and theieby striklnc at tiie
chief industry In Ohio and Iowa and an im-
poitantlntcie&t in sovcial other states. Von
may advise tlio wool gioweis of those states
not to dlsnose of tltoli wool till it Is ascer
tained what will become ot this resolution ,
foi I believe tliat it will bo adopted within a
fewdavs. And if It is they will get better
pi Ices than they aio now olTeied. "
Theiolsno piobabllity wliatevei that the
committco on wai s and means will icpoit
upon Mr. Wilkins' resolution , but it is piob-
able that ho may succeed In seeming an ex
pression ditectly fiom the house , as a stiom ;
demand is being made bj the f.umeis of
Ohio , Indiana , Illinois , Iowa , Nebrasua ,
Minnesota and some of the other states to
have the question of free wool disposed ot
before they sell their spiln ? ciops of wool.
Ohio Republicans Demand a Pull In
vestigation of the Oliai'KPH.
WASiHXorox , Apill 27. [ Special Telc-
gtani.J Tbcrc'iioit ot the coiiiinlttco which
investigated the chaigcs of biibe'iy in tlio
election ot Senator Payne , ot Ohio , was rc-
feued to day to the committee oil pnvilegcs
and election. Tlio Ohio dcmocials , allied
with the coal oil crowd , weie picdicting this
altoinoon tliat nothing fuitbei would bo
heudof the matter. They vehemently In
sisted that nothliighad been shown of a dam
aging natuio against beiiator Payne , and
that the committee on piivilcgesand elections
would take this \Iovv of tlio mattei. Those
who have read the icpoits an ! compuod
them with -.Imilai cases back to the beginning
of the government say that a stronger pie-
sentment has nevoi been made to the United
States senate. The Ohio icmiblicans aio
con hdent that the committee on pi iv lieges
and elections will lecommond a senatorial
Investigation in order to sustain the dignity
of that bodj' .
Numcious telegiams have been iccclved
today by Sonatoi Sheiman and the lepubll
can membcisof the Ohio delegation , telling
them to give countenance to theioport of tlio
loglslatlvo committee. The icpublicans In
Ohio aio thoioughly aioused on the subject ,
and will stand no vvoid that looks to a sup-
piesslon of tills cleai case of biibejy.
Senaloi Hoar , tlio chnlunan o"t the com
mittee on piivilegcs and elections , vv.is av
smcd to-night hj the Ohio republican mciii-
beis , attei a meeting , that his cat nest co-op-
ciation was expected In the matter.
XAlIOVALi CAl'llAI. X01KS.
State Senatoi C. II. Gatch , of DCS Molncs ,
was at the capltol today , lie has business
befoio the Mipiomo court of the United
Infoimatlon has been received hoietotho
ollect that 'A. II. Gmloyot Pleasanton , Iowa ,
wliohas been a prominent mcmbei of tliu
Ilefoim Church ot Lattci Day Saints , and
who , in thcFoity-sovcnthcongiessmateilally ,
aided Senator Kdmiinds In seeming the pas
sage ot tliu anti-Moimon bill , has withdrawn
fiom the Itefoim Chinch and i enounced tlio
MKllIlASKAKs IX WASIIIVO ION.
A. W. Ciitcs , of Plattsnioiitli ; C. .1. Uiown-
Icj' , of Ciete ; S. H. Calhoiin , ol Nebuiska
Cltj1 , and A. Hear , ot Noifolk , aiu at iho Kb-
I'A'IKNTS TO WKSTHIIN lNVnMOIl .
Patents weio Issued as follows today :
William K. Iliovvno , Foit Madison , Iowa ,
spilng culthatoi and beam Ilftci ; Chailcs (1.
Oilman , KIdoia , Iowa , sidewalk and loof ;
AugustJahnkc , O ceola , Iowa , hoiseshon ;
li , C. Loomls asslgnoi of one-halt to T. ( ! .
MeClme , Doud'sStation , Iowa , neck joke ;
Benjamin F. Hobeits , Dunlap , Iowa , cnltl-
vatoi bladu ; Thomas Secvcts , Oakaloosa ,
Iowa , bollei.
Senator Pay no KvnluhiH ,
WASIILVOTOX , Apill 27. The icpoit of
thocoinnilttceof the Ohio lesiislatuioiegaiil-
Ing tin ) Investigation of Senatoi Pajno's
election was submitted to tlio senate , and
Paj no niada a shoit speech charging the ma-
joiity of the committee with nntalinea , in
lefu-ilng to notlty him of testimony piojudl-
caltohlm , and omitting to call on him toi nls
pi hate papers , ho having notllled the chair
man of lliu committee In advance that lie
would be piepaicd to meet oveij clmige
made against him. llo entered n moat
oinphatlo denial of the cliaiges. nnd
Invited the most exhaustive scrutiny
of nil his acts and private conespondence.
The whole thing , bo said , was an attempt to
clicnlatu bi eless gossip and scandal , Kveij-
thlng substantial m the w.iv of chatcos had
Ix'cn disci edited and dispioved by testlniony.
Ho was willing to leave the mattei with the
comniilteoon pih lieges and elections of the
tenate. to which pommltteo It was rofened.
Col. W. T. Dow dull , ot IVoiIa , was jestei-
daj nominated foi the postmasteialilp at tlie
above-mentioned city ,
lllstoilnns In Convention.
WASHING ION , Apill 27. The lit at session
of the thlid annual meeting of the Amei-
Ican HIstoiIcal association was held In the
leotuio loom of the Columbia unlveislty this
mornlni. . Pieslilent GeoiKo Itancioft , the
ciuliient Ameiican hlstoiiaii , cleliveied nn
addiess ot welcome.
At the conclusion of the addicss n letter
was toad fiom Leopold Von liunke , the ven-
eiablo hlstoilnn of Heilln , In icply to a letter
liom Piesldent Dancioft asking liiui to con
sent tobecomo an lionoiaiy member ot the
association. Yon liankesliiillied ; his gititiv-
ful iiweplaneflof tlio luenibuisliip , nnd said
It gave him gieat satisfaction to belong to a
society puisulng thc'sune nlin * bojond tlio
ocean that they on the othei side weiu slilv-
Ing to acJiie\e Aftei reading several Intci-
estlng papers the uiu'tiug ndionrncd mull
GoliI Vnr ICnropc ,
Ni.w YOKU. Apiil i7. I'wo linns today or-
deied iUJO.ouo lu gold bars each lor shipment.
A BLOODY KANSAS TRAGEDY ,
A Fiend in Human Form Outrages nnd Mur
ders a Defenseless Woman.
HER HUSBANDCRAZED , SUICIDES
A Slot ) Imrlnts tlio Murderer , Tics
Him to n Spirited Horse Which
Drags Hint to Ills
A Horrible AfTali- .
KANSAS CITV , April 27. The Times'
Tnpeka , Kalis. , special savs : Last Saturday
the wife of Jacob Ficlmutli , a homesteader
In Sevvard county , was ci nelly murdered and
outiaged by FritIlupln , a half wilted Ger
man. Unpin had been for some time enjoy
ing the hospitality ot Fielnuith. Ho was
homeless nnd without friends , and they had
taken him until lie could find woik. On the
day mentioned , during the temporaiy
absence of Fielmntli , Unpin ovei-
poweied his benefactor's wife and Initially
outiaced hci peison. Not content
with this , he bound the lady and cut hei
tlno.it from eat to i > ai. The binte then se
emed an old , insty hoc , and whlletho woman
was jet wiltliing In the death stiuggle he
disemboweled her with the blunt instiumeiit.
Mrs. Fielniuth was eiiclente , nnd when dis
covered tlio unborn bibo lay a few loot liom
the body of the mother cut In two. rrclmutli
letuined Sumiay. and when ho dlscovuied
the mutilated body of Ills wife became a Liv
ing maniac. A neighbor in Unit spaisely
settled ielon happened to be
passing tint way shoitly aftei 12
o'clock , and found him , but dated not approach
preach for feai ot his personal safety , lie
lodoiapldly to a settlement some miles dis
tant , and told the tciriblo tale. A party was
at once oigaiilzed and they returned to tlie
scone of the ontiago and found Fieimutli
weltering In Ids owp blood. A grave was
dug and the remains of the unfoitnnate
people were buried. A posse then
set out to scom tlio countiy
foi the muidcicr and found him secreted In a
small iav hie , several inilen away from the
scene of his crime , neai the Cliuarion river.
Sonic speculation was indulged in as to the
piopei method of ridding the world of him ,
but not much time was consumed in dellbei-
atlng. A tractions and sphited hoisowas
seemed and saddled. One end or a long
laiiat was then fastened aiound his neck and
the othei secniely attached to the pommel of
the saddle. The horse was then stalled ,
and amid the shouting of tlie men
and tlio ciack of lovolvcis and rifles.
the lilglitencd animal toie away. Atter a
run of neaily live miles the beast tell ex
hausted. Tlie lifeless body of the murderer
was loosened as soon as the men came up.
Tliokuiatlia tdiavvn so tight that his head
was almost severed Iroin his body. Ills fca-
tuie-5 showedtliat lie had dicdatcmble death.
Thobodj wasletton the piaiiio uneoveied.
A "Wife Bliinlcrcr Stretched for the
Good or the Community.
SiMUNarini.i ) , Mo. , April 27. At 1:30 : this
niouilng ninob ot 400 aimed men suriounded
the county jail and began pailev ing with the
sherill for tlio sunondei of Geoiao I ] , Gra
ham , the wife niuideior. Tlio shciitf would
not comply with tlieii demands and they
soon batteied the doois in and seemed the
prisoner. At _ o'clock the mob stalled out of
town on the Boonvillo street , Gi.timm in
Mich midst. When they unlocked tlio cell he
said : " 1'ou can hang me , but , by - ,
you can't scare me. " They tied his hands
behind him and marched him thumgli the
hall wltha tope aionnd his neck. He was as
vvhlto as a sheet , but novel Hinclicd. lloie-
covcicd his compobiire and replied with his
old audacity , when lie got out ho would clvo
them "stiafght talk. " llo was led out of tlio
jail , placed in n wagon and the piocosslon
moved in a noitheily diiectlon. A crowd of
spectatois , nnmbeiing about fifty , be.an fol
lowing , hue they weio halted and wanted not
to do so , and only a lew of the mostjvcntmo-
bome did so , keeping in the
shadows of tenccs and tree ? . About
two miles north of the city Uioy halted bjaa
small sei nb oak tiee. Pickets were tlnown
out to keep all cniious followeis at a dis
tance , and preparations lor the hatiulni : liui-
iledly made. ( ! rahani wis asked If ho had
anything further to say In icgaid to tlie
inindci of his vvlte. Exactly what ids reply
was Is not known. A cloth was tied ovcrhis
face , his hands tied behind him , the rope was
then tlnown ovei the limb of the stunted
tiee , and a do/en strong arms dangled the
body of the wife muidcici in mid-air , llo
was literally stungled to death. A notice
was pinned to Ids body , paying : "Wo
iccognl/e tlie fact that our cilminal statutes
aie not equal to ail occasions , theieforo we
lesolved to remove from oni midst the woist
ciimlnat who ever Infested 0111 countiy , that
wutnlglit lieieaftci and foicvei live and be
without his pipscnco and vicious influence.
Wo hcattily welcome all strangers to cltlrcn-
shln who aio woithy ot It. To ShcillF Don-
neil : Keen jour month shut , lljoniccog-
ni/o anv of us j'ou die the deatli ot a dosr , "
Si. Ldl'lb , Apill 27. The Post-Dlspatch'H
Spilnslicld ( Mo. ) special states the coionei
of OICPII county held an Inquest ovoi the
body of ( ieoigo K. Gialiam , hitched last
night. The juiy letnined aveiilld to the ef
fect tliat the deceased came to his death by
stiaiigiilntlon at tlio liands of pcisons un
Coia LPC. Oiaham'H alleged accomplice ,
had been inloiined tint an attempt to lynch
him would bo made , but she failed to notlty
thosheiill or imikonny attempt to save her
lover's lite. _
1JKI ) UUVII.S tiOOSK.
liullan Outrages in Arizona nnd KTex-
Ice Tioops In Pursuit.
Turso.v , Aiiz. , Ajnil 27. Tlio Cltl/en tills
evening publishes the following tclegtam
liom life. Wells , Fatgo & Co.'s expiess agent
at Nogales : About forty Apaches passed up
the Santa Cuiz valley early this morning ,
Killing suveral Mexicans and Amoil-
eans. TliOy passed Calabai.is about 7
o'clock. In answer to a call for
help , about lorty volnntecis , well-armed , left
hcie at 8 o'clock on a special train for
Cakibaias. Scouting parties were oiganUed
and the hostiles discovered In camp about
two miles north of Calabaras. A second
tiain of volunteers left at 10. and wind was
shoitlv loeelved that tlio hostiles weio being
eonolled and would bo lield lortho ainivol
of tioopi. At noon ndutachmontof the Tenth
cavalij- , under Captain Lo\e , passed liero
en louto toi the scene of.'actlon. A company
ot cavahy also pissed Crlttenden about U
o'clock , headed for the same place. A thlid
train left iieio this atternoon with Riippllch.
Mheio was Intcnso excitement In town all
day aijd business was practically suspended.
A dispatch from U nay mas , Mexico , savs
ten peibons aio reported killed neai Cala-
baias , and that dispatches to ( ioveinor Foi-
lest state that over tlilitj' poisons have been
killed on lanches near Caslta. Mexican
ttoopsgo forwiud to-moirow.
NOQAI.I s , Ar\i. \ , Apiil 27. The wife and
child ot A. L. Peck were killed by Indians
nnd a niece taken pilsouer. Peck was ciip-
pled. but escaped. Owen .Bios. , piomlneut
ranclicri ) , were MUed.
CAI.ABASAS , AiU. , April 27. Thirty In
dians v\hi raided near hero j Cbterday , killed
out ) Mexican and wounded nnothoi , A posse
ol citi/uis stinted in pinsuit , but when a
mlle tiom town were attacked and diiv en
Just I''ivo Thousand Ahead.
MOMIIUAL , Apiil 27. Lawjers spent the
day tij ing to aul > c at a compromise In the
rasa of Smuit , the absconding aircut of
Fou ler t Co. , tlie Kansas City packoia. It is
evuoctca Sumit will give up 35OOOhe ) liold
in uoiuls and be allowed to keep tS.OOO in
The lloynl Decree ISHUCI ! Dlsbnndlng
the llcsertc Torcos.
Vir.x.VA , Aprils * . A dlspitch says U Is
understood Franco In tends to pioposo a con-
fciencofortho purpose of making conces
sions to Greece. A telegram from Athens
states the combined licet of the povveis will
probably t etui n to Pnacns to-dav to embark
tlio foreign tnlnlsteis. Italy desired an ulti
matum to older Greooo to disarm within
fin ty-clght hours. This was i ejected by the
other povveis as too peremptory.
LONDON , April 27. News from Greece Is
conflicting. Ono dispatch states that Fiance
did all in her power to secure a favoroblo
settlement for Greece by individual media
tion , but failed. It is also said that Franco
did not sign the ultimatum In which the
povvets joined , ordering Gieeco to
disarm , and If she eventually
does , tlie fact vv 111 be communicated to Greece
in a scii.uato note , Gicecc , H Is a\eircd , Is
niranglng to seek from the powers ceitaln
eoneesslons In icturii for disarming. Other
dispatches sav Greece disaimed before ic-
culvlng the ultimatum , whlcluudcrcd the ills-
aiming to take plani within a specllicd time.
Aittr.xs , April 27. All the foreign lepie-
senlatlves except Count DoMolj1'ieneh
ministci , weio nt a loimconleicneo tills oven-
Im : w itli tlie coiiiiiiaudeis of foreign mcn-of-
wai , now ijlng at Tliaeus. Tliey discussed
me.isuies to bo taken in the event ol Gieeco
not cotnplv ing w ill ) tliu ultlniatuni. Cabinet
meetings have been held ronstaiitlj' . The
mlnlstei of war will not ngne to the disarm
ing of tlio hoops and will temlei his reslL'ita-
tioniftliat course is decided upon. Ala
mass meeting ol thowai patty to-dnv dls-
ainiament was denounced , hoveial moie
loieiirn men-of-war have ai lived In oiling.
Lvinn A lojal ilecico has hccn issued
dlsbanilini ; the leseivo lorces. Tlie minister
ol wu Is letninlnir to Athens fiom Tliesslay ,
The inlnlstei ol thalntciloi has notllicil tlio
piefects throughout the kingdom of tlio deii-
sion of the goveinment to vield to theiiovveis.
who , lie says , will consider the demands of
Gteece at tlio proper time.
THU POl'E AND PRUSSIA.
The Holy Fnthor'H Proposal to Itovlso
the May IJII\VN.
Nnw YOIIK , April 27. Tlie Sun prints tlie
full translation ot the olliclal note fiom the
holy see to the Piussian government in
which the pope sajs > , icspecting the proposed
revision the ' " ' * father
ol Mai'laws : "I'lioliolj ,
impicssed by tlie gravity of this painful situ
ation , would piopose to tlio Prussian govern
ment , asa means ot diminishing dlfllculty
on botli sides , to complete the picsent bill by
lev King the former dispositions not men
tioned in tills bill , so as to alford giojind to
hope for couinleto restoration of
icligious peace , " and then goes
on to say : "If , neveithclcss ,
the icvlslon ol the May laws cannot bo
accomplished in the manner afoicbaid , as
soon as the pope has received assurance that
this icvision will 1)0. ) nmleital.cn In the neai
Inture , the Holy See will giant pciinancnt
notitication restoiIng palish wnests. Nearly
all parishes in l'rusa | loniesenting a Catholic
population ot ten millions , have been dc-
pmcdof all legular pastoial ministiatlons
since ISA . .
CholPTii DevnstatcH BrltiHli Troops.
LOXDON" , ApiI13' . Lord Dufferln has tel
egraphed fiom Mimlalay that all was qnlot
thcie. The country and ccntial districts ,
however , weio much infested with rebels.
Choleia attacked tlie Foity-third regimeut
wltli such viiulencowhtle ascending tholua-
vvaddj'river tliat the whole regiment had to
bodisembatked. Fourteen deaths occurred.
The icpoit that the liiitlsh outpostatSna-
kim had been smpiised and litteen Indian
soldiers captmed xvas incorrect. The Emir
ot Harian , who masSacicd the.Itnlian scien
tists , captured these Indian , soldiers , but
nfteivv aids released them.
GlndBtono'a ftclicmo Denoiincod.
Lovnox , April,27. , ' O'Donoghuo publishes
a letter in which ho denounces Mr. Glad
stone's Insidious proposals , which , if
adopted , will result in seiiously diminishing
the stiength , piospcrlty and gloiy of Eng
land , and abiolntelj' rending the Iilsh soclil
A Little TcHtimoiilal.
BEIILIX , Apill 27. Emperor William has
sent the pope a costly gold cross , mounted
with jewels , as a souvenir of German giati-
tude tor the friendly ofliccs rendered by his
holiness in aibitiatlng tlio Caroline Islands
Tlin UNltliiPEXTANT KEBHL.
Jeff Diiilw Ttcccii , cs the Greatest
Ovation of His Ijlfc.
MoNTOo\tnitv , Ala. , April 27. Jeffeison
Davlslett his homo at Ucauvoir , M iss. , ac
companied by Ins joungest daughtei , in a
special car , at 11 o'clock tills moinlng. 'Ihey
weie in chaige of a committee ; ot cltUciib ol
Mont'-'onipiy , who wont to escoit them. At
stopping places between this city and Mobile
gieat crowds gathered. Local militaiy com
panies hred salutes , ciiildicn waved hind-
keichlefsand shouted , and all pressed to the
car to shake the hand of the man who led the
caiisnoftho south dining war times. The
tialn readied hero nt 8 o'clock to-night.
Tlio scene has never been equalled
and cclipsid tlie inauguial icccption in ' 01.
Houses were illnminited , liroworks bilght-
ened the heavens , artillery boomed , and a
dozen bands played , while shouts of thou
sands mingled with tlio roar. Governor
O'Neal and staff were at the depot to iccclvo
Mi. Davis. It was illllieult for tlio caiilago
in which ho sat to make Its waythioii'h !
tlio singing mass of humanity that blocked
tlio stu els. The ovation was thogiatidest ot
his lite. The ilecouitlons on houses are clab-
oiate , and United States Hags tloat tiom
o\eiy window. Mr. DavIs'speech to-moiiow
will bo slim t. The occasion Is a lecture bv
him and speech by Genet ai Goulon In aid of
the monument to bo elected heio to the sol-
dleib of Alabama who tell in the war.
Tlio Tiaiisoontinnntul Wan
Nnw YOHKApiil 27. [ Special Telegram. ]
The tianspontliipiital i.tilioad companies
are gradually trj Ing to get something better
than wai lates for thelt services. Manngeis
of all of them agrcu that the wai has not
been settled jetbut they mo all putting their
talcs up. The Atchison company made the
lirstmovo to put Its nominal iioltdit i.ttcs up
to lUures that weio equal to about onc-liilf
of the rates tliat weief on the schedule when
the wai began. Its reason foi this was a
iiish of business , moro than It could handle ,
lint the othei companies said that t.io ic.il
reason vv as that the company was tired of
doing business at a loss , and morn recently It
has been discovered that the tiafllo ot tlio
toad has been interrupted by washouts. The
Union Pacific has followed bint , and so has
tlio Noithcrn Paeltlc , and ycsteiday the
"Sunset" ionic , vvlilcji'madeadeadset foi all
the business before the wai bioke out , an
nounced an ndvanrotoSO cents pei bundled
pounds fiom Now York to San Francisco for
second class and 75 routs foi fiist class. As
the nominal rates of the other companies are
about twice these tUurcs , they are , foi the
moment , piactlcally out of the maiket.
National Vine Growers' Convention.
WASHINGTON , ApiI127. The national con
vention of Ameiicanino growers will open
at the agricultural depaitment In this city
May 1 S , and continue four daj s. The com
missioner Is prepAiIng an addiuss for the oc
casion , on vine culture lisa national Indus
try. Professor Hiley will lead papers on the
New York Dry Goods Maikot.
Nr.w YOIIK. Apill 27. The qxports of do
mestic cottons the past week were 3d3C ,
packages , and for the portion of the ) ear.71-
873 packages , as against fll , 0l packages at
the same time last j ear. For a inlny Tues
day the demand has been of modenite pie
poilions , and as usual conhncd to the re
quirements ol the cuuent demand.
RUMORS OF MORE TO FOLLOW ,
Manufacturers Express Fears of Increased
Labor Troubles on May First !
WHAT THE RESULT WILL BE.
Protzrcsq of tlio Vnilous Strikes
Throng limit the Country \ViiRO
Disputes nuil the Ulfttit Hour
Strike * Anticipated.
Ni.w Yonic , Apill 27. fSpeclalTplegiam. ]
The lleiald says : Thcro Is a general feel
ing among manufactuicis In this city that a
gieat strike will take place In Now York
nbout Maj 1 , and that over 100,000 men will
be tlitown out ot vvoik. At pie ciit all
blanches of the piano-making tnulo , tlio man
ufacturing tiadc , liicludlni : upholsterers ,
wood eniveis. pollshcis , rtc. , lm\o inado a do-
iiiaiul foi shorten horns. What the result will
beiemalns toboseen. As jet , Urn question
of wages has not been settled , and the nien
have not decided whctlici with the i eduction
ol lioius will coino the i eduction of waccs 01
not. The reeling among inntiufactuicrs Is
thai they cannot comply with the icqnc tnt
tlie unions , and the mattei may end In a
compromise. In ncaily all blanches. except
building , this Is a dull season of the je.u ,
and niaiinfactmcis , at le.u > t so some of them
say , ha\o boon haul at woik getting ntull
supplj of stock on hand in anticipation of
tiouble on May 1.
Men On hnbor.
NivvYoriK : , Apill 27. The chamber uf
commerce held a special mectlntr this nitei-
noon to take action on the labor question In
iclation to strikes. Alaigo nnnibei ot busi
ness men attended. Resolutions weio pic-
senteddccl.il Inij mlnoi dlrToiences between
emplo > eis and emplojes should be settled by
mutual concessions , without the Inlcileiencc
of thlid parties. Impoitant diircienecs ,
affecting public inteiost or convenience ,
ought to be settled by mbUi.itlon. Questions
astoiatesof wages , hoins of labor and the
Kind of seivice to bo tendered , .110 piopo
subjects lei aibitiatlon. Thoeliambei fullj
reeoffiii/eil the lights of all classes of citi
zens to unite on tiado or l.ibot , to use all
moial and legal means in the tiiitheiance ol
their Inteiests. Any emulojo leaving his
business vacates his place absolutelv. Any
nmnicsoitlng \iolenco to pie\ent anothei
man tunn winkim ; should leceive the full
penalty of the law , and c\eiy association
wlileh emieavoicd by intimidation to abihlgo
the llbeity of choice , or the action ot those
not Its membeis , dcseives the severest cen
sure ot e\eiv Ameiican citizen. Tlio ioo -
lutlonsweiediscussedatgrc.it length , neatly
all picscnt making stroncr speeches In laver
of their adoption. A lesoliition piesenteil
by ( Stf-tav Schwab , calling upon citizens of
Ameilca to suppoit the giiaittians ol law In
maintaining peace and uidei , was added to
the list of resolutions piesonted. The cntlio
1M was then adopted by the boaid with much
The Street Cnr Strike.
Ntw * Yonif , April 37. The Thud avenue.
loadian an Incieased nttmbci ofcais on lib
various lines today , and many of the stnk-
cis were driven off the btieet by the rain
Itiias been decided by the company to fix the
day attor which none ot the stiikois will be
taken back under any consideiation. It has
also been decided to inn night cats begin
ning to-monow night.
Piesideut hjon , of the Third avenue com-
psn > , sajs lie will liavo no more contercnces
with the stilkcrs. experienced dilveisaio
being bought in other cities , and when the
running of night cars is icsinned , it the po
lice aie unable to keen ouler , the governoi
may bo called on tor military motcetion.
No Ailvunco inVUKCS. .
CHICAGO , Apiil 27. Some dajs ago the
emplojes of tlie Chicago & Noithwestern
car shops at Cicero , i educated an advance in
wages and the adoption of tlie cight-hom
system. Theofliceis ot the company , altui
fully consldcilng the leqnest , have declined
to giant it on the -round that the business of
the load did not jnstlty such an expenditine.
Ucncinl Manager Hewitt hopes lei an amica
_ _ _ _ _ _
Strikeis Hot urn to Work.
ST. Louis , A pi 11 SO .Seventy-live boys em-
plojod bv the ( Jreat Western Glass Co , who
sti tide yestenl.iy , tctninedtowoik this morn
ing. Thirty-live moioemplov es of the Mis-
siiuti Cai and Foundry Co. i etui nod to woik
this moinlng. About two-thlids of the en-
tlio uiimbci of men aie now at woik.
A Strike for KHRlit Hours.
MirvvrAUhii : : , Apill 27. Sevcial of tlio
largest furniture lactorles closca todiy in
consequence of the strike by : > 00 or moro flu-
isheis nnd wood carveis , whoso demand for
ton liouis pay lor eight hoius woik was 10-
Arrest of Ho j cotters.
Nr.wYoitK , Apill 27. Thlity boycottcrs
were ai rested this morning on waiunU is
sued by Kecordci Smjlho for intcifcring
with the business of Cavanagh , Sinfoid &
Co. , inanulactinlng elothleis.
hatei they weioariaigned In couit vvlicio
the bpecllic chaigo of conspiracy and co-
eiclon was piefeired against them. Kach
pleaded not guilty , with leave to wlthdiavv
tlie plea and cntci amithci 01 dcmui to the
indictment. Hall was ti\ed in SWO each.
An UnHiiccoHsl'nl Strike ,
BAI/II.MOIII : , April 27. Thu ht ilko of rail
way cirililveisended to day. Many ol the
old diivein have been taken Inck , but now
men will not bo disclmigcd to give pl.icos to
the sttlkPH. The nay will ho SI C5 for
twelve liouis work , the company lotnslng to
givoS-.OO lei which the btilko wab inaugn-
Arrest of Train llobbors.
CAHIO , 111. , Apill 20. Thipo men got on
the Illinois Ccntini passoiuei tialnlnlo
1 > Ing at Incline , bound south , last night , and
robbed two or Unco passongeis. One pas
senger is supposed to htivo uccn shot by them.
Two robbeas weio auested and Idontllicd.
A Strike Closes a Mill ,
Pjrrsnuiio , Pa. , April 27. Thico hundied
men stiuck for an advance In wares of IIOIH
10 ton pei cent In Oliver Hios. & Phillips'
south Tenth street lolling mills , and tlio mill
was closed this morning.
Ho Wntj OftVrcil n Bribe ,
COI.UMIIUS , Ohio , Apill 27.-S. K. Kemp ,
lepubllcan membci tor the Dayton dlsttlct ,
icsntoa qiiPbtlon of privilege this aftelnoun ,
and , commenting on the tepoit that bilbcs
had been olfeied to vote against tlio te clcc
tlon of Scnatoi Sheiman , Bald ho had been
approached by a dcinociat jnloi to a ie | > nbll-
can caucus , who bald lie would have enough
money to buy a farm II hu would vote against
Sheiman , llo declined , and had intended to
use the matter In tlio hui'iTst of Sheiman
had occasion icqulied.
WASIUNOIOV , Apill .7 , U < ' | nesentatlve
Anderson , of Ohio , to day submitted to the
house the icpoit of the committco on the ex
penditures of the wardcpaitment at * to the
alleged Illegal and unauthorised expenditure
of money lo the dilof signal ollu.pi. Thti
coniinUtco Is unable to find an > instanced
wheiutheio was a fraudulent dlbapprourla-
tlon of public monies ,
liAi.iiviotu : , April 27. The sclioonci
Ollvo Leaf capsl/ed and sunk In the 1'oto-
maoiiveinff Swan'b Point hu nil.iy nipht ,
Captain liallcy , ( ieuett ( iault anil an ui' :
kuovvu boy vvuicdtosMii'd ,
Tlio President of the Hell Company
on the Stnnil.
WASHI.VOTON , April7. . William 11.
Torbos , president of the Hell Telephone com
pany , was examined by the telephone Inves
tigating committee to-day. Witness did not
know that any olllcor of the government or
member of congress had been connected with
the original company or had stock nt the
present time In tlio National Hell company.
The stock lists showed Mr. Hanney's name
as a. stockholder , hut that was several jears
ago and ho was no longer a stockholder.
Secietaiy Manning , who held stock In the
Troy company , was the only government of-
HCPI ho knew of who held local stock. No
newspapers owned any slock In the com
Mi. li.inney Inquhed If any member of
congiessicpicseuled his company as attor-
ne > V
Witness lonlled tint Patrick Collins had
been letalned several jcais a o to look aftei
ceitaln matteia. and hid been consulted sev
eral times since.
Tim examination was then dhrctnd by
Chalimaii Hovle , lowmd an intoivlew wit
ness had with the piesldent. Witness said
that , andpistindlng that the govpinnipnt
piopoied to Ining suit against the Uell torn-
panv , ho thought piopcr to state to tlio piosl-
dent the facts as he uiidcistood them , llo
thought the piesidcnt was piopoilng to take
an unusual coutse to biing suit. The Hell
lawvershad expioised the opinion thatthvie
vv.is noaiitlioiity foi such a suit. 'Ihen It
had been niopospd to bilng the suit IP a le-
mtito iMit ol the cotintiv. He went on to say
ho hut piosi'iiti'd to the piosldcnt a state-
mi ntot the question ot jmiMlletU.n. He
had pointed out to him that the suit about to
cTmns up In the supioxo com t would be de
cided betoie the government .suit could bo
hcatd. He had nointed out to the piesldpnt
that it w as the manliest Intention ot the Pan-
niettiic associates losecniedtlaj not to get
Hit ) IJell patents tiled , but to leave them untried
tried-- and he thought the goveiumcnt ought
nut to lend its name to a scheme ot that soit
He showed that the pendency ot the govern
ment suit would be used to ellect the pio-
teedingin othei courts that they would bo
asked to giant stajs in injunction piocced-
ings dining the long and tedious litigation
in the name ol the government.
"I explained the motive of that whole gang
so be might undcistand It , foi 1 wanted him
to know what the goveinnicni'.s name was to
be used foi"exclaimed the witness.
Ho had held that the Bell company should
not be subjected to a long and tedious litiga
tion , and it would insist that it could not beheld
held outside of Massachusetts. He had asked
thattho scope ot the Inquiij boveij' caiefnl-
ly consideied before the Government enteied
into such plans as the one pioposoil.
"I saw an attempt was being made to In
fluence poisons associated with the ailminis-
tiatlou louse the name ot the goveinment
against us , and the piesiitent did not appeal
to nuclei-4.iml tlie justice oi injustice ot the
pcocccding1 ! . "
Clmli in in Dlil jou discuss the conduct of
the lattoiney gcneial , 01 make any allusion
to it ?
Witness Simplj to state an attempt was
being made to use a goveinment ollico near
tlioadmlnistiatloii in the inteiest of ono of.
the pai tics to tlie suit , an I that a gieatdeal
would bo gained it they weio allowed to have
no voice in the suit.
To-moiiow It'is expected Piof. IJell vvlllbo
put on the stand.
A Sqnaw's .Husband Causes a Novel
Question to Arise.
Av"A Hixorox , Apiil 27. [ Sueeial Tclc-
giam. ] 'Iho house Indian committee sub
mitted the following novel question to the
attorney geneial : "Can congress constltu-
tionallj enact a law cutting oil the tilbal re
lations ot Indian women who many citizens
of the United States ? " Tlio ofliclal com
mittco tliat Investigated Indian mittcis this
siimmci dlscoveicd that a laigo nuinbei of
white men maiij * squaws In order to obtain
the annuities and rations that are granto I to
the inombeis of the tilbc , and it is believed
that a law that would make the squaw \vlio
inaiiicd a white man lose her tilbal relations
would break up a laigo piopoitlon of such
maiilages in tlie futuie. * Under the existing
ciicnmstanccsa good many men who marry
squaws , so fat as diawlng annuities are con-
ceined , aio Indians , lint they also claim tlio
right to vote aim act generally as citi/ens. A
casohas just bien dlscovcied in the intciloi
ilepntmcnt which Involves some ot the
points at Issue. An IiNliinan named Dona
hue , who was also an Ameiican citl/en , ni.u-
ried a squaw , was adopted by the tiibe , and
got his annuities like an Indian. Finally he
had n invv witli the tilbu and was thrown
out , and tlie tiibe notified the Indian agent
tliat he was no Jongei a membci of the tilhe.
Ho appealed his case , and the 1 ndian commis
sioner icinstnted him. lint the Secietaiy
ovenulcd this decision , holding tliat as the
tilbo oilglnally granted him the right to be
long to thn tribe , it alone could take that
light awaj * . Ho fuithei held that thcio was
no tilbunal in thn United States that could
icvlow the pioccedlngs of an Indian council.
A. Thlol'aml ISIuanilst.
PArcitooin : , L. 1. , Apill 27. Mis. Klolso
Hlggs , vv ho claims to bo the Hi st wife of , ) . \i. \
lilggs , now In jail nt lUoomlngton , Ilk , on
the cliaigoot stealing S.J5.000 vvoith ot lall-
load tickets , was inteiviewed by an Associ
ated piess icpoitei to day. Mis , lilggs said
she saw an account of hlsaiicstln the pa-
cis , nnd believed the in m to ba Isiic Leslie
Ulggs , whom slio inauied In Ib78 , She wioto
this i.allinud auditor to dlseovoi wlietlici the
statement Hint ho had anothei vvlio In Fos-
toili , Onlo , was tine. "I have not seen my
hiisbanil , " said she , "slnco ho was sent to
Clinton pibon , In ISsiloi ioigeiy. I have
had liequentli'tti'is tiom him since then , lint
nnvei answeicil them , llinvoncvei tiled to
get a dlv oico because I liavo been happj as i
Two Now Vi > ik KniltircH.
Nr.vv Yonic , Apill 27. The schedules of
G , W. Uenncttik Co , bankets , show liabili
ties ot S2T0.897 : actual assets , SJ SJO The
schedules ol so epli As bainnel Sldimbeig ,
eigai manufactuieis , show liabilities ut 3'i'jU-
W.actuul \ assets , 81 Db.wn
HONORING THE DEAD HERO ,
Qonoral Grant's Sixty-Fouitli Birthday
Celebrated in Washington ,
MEMORIAL EXERCISES HELD.
DlnlniuntR nnd Holitlcr *
1'ny Tribute to Ills Career , Under
the AusplcpH of ( irnut-Mo-
inorlnl University ,
The Hero of Apiionmttox.
WA HINOIOV , April 27. Iho ( Mth birth
day of CtPiieral ( Jrant was celebrated this
evening In the Metropolitan church , at which
the general , when pre ! dent , was a tegular
attendant. Thu meeting was held tinder dm
auspices of tlmOiunt Mcmoiinl university , ot
Atliens , Teiin. , the puiposo being to innko
known tlio winks nnd objects of the liutltu-
t'on , In the suppoit of which the heio of Appomattox -
pomattox was the HisUash subscriber , and In
the aid of which he lent the Influence of ills
name nnd the eneotuagument of his
vvoid nnd example. Speakcis of cniincnco
took put In the pioceedlius , and an audi
ence , comprising distinguished legislators ,
diplomats and soldleis , idled pvery seat.
ChlctJustlco Walto pieslded. The proceed-
Incs bewail wltli piavei by Uisliop Andiows
ol theMetliodlbt Eplscopil Church. To Sen-
aim DIOVMI , Opoigla , was assigned the honor
oi giving a lifo sketch ol ( icncntl ( < iant. To
Senatoi Sheiman was allotted , a-s a loxt ,
' ( Slant and the new south. "
Senator Kvaits spoke ot ( Icn-
eral ( iiant's selection by ( leoijjo Peabody
as one of the directors of this unlvoislty
Doctor Spence , picshlent of the Utant
Memoilal nnlveislty. lead an addicss giving
ahistoijof tlio institution. 'Iho
ol the meeting had leeched a letter
'icneial Lugan icgiettlng his Inability
tend on account of sickness , nnd that
cials Huidetto ; uul Ncglay ,
weio to deliver addresses ,
been called out ot tlio cj * f
HepicseiitatlvoLong of Massachusetts r < poke
of " ( Slant asaelll/en , " and was follovvctl
by Dr. J. P. Now man , who iclated several
pathetic incidents of tlie geneial's latter
The following telegram was received from
Colonel Fied ( Si-ant : ,
"Out elicle Is smaller than It was a year
ago , hut those who remain appiochito there-
inembinnces ol the deiuitcd ono by Ills
Iricndsin Wabhington. "
GOOD-UV'IJ , OM > BOX. g
President Cleveland and the Ex-
Cbincsu minister I'urt With Kegrct. *
WASHINGTON , April -Cheng Tsao Ju ,
theietiiiug Chlncso minister , accompanied
bj Secrelaiy IHvaid. called at tlio vvhlto
house to day anil took olliclal leave of the
piesident. In jfiescnting his letter of iccall ,
he said : "Mi. Piesldent , I deslie to nxptess
my Bluceio thanks , especially for the unvary
ing kindness and courtesy which I nnd the
metnbeisot my legation have received froni
yom excellency and the high ofllceis of the
United States government icskllng here.
These tokens of uood vv 111 have given to mj >
lunch pleasuie because ol my convictioa
that they wpie Klvcn to me as n representative
of the empcior and government of China ,
nnd that they indicate a desiio to maintain
the tics of friendship existing between China
and tlio United S'tatcThis feeling is most
honestly rcclpiocated by tlie government ot
China. And now , in taking my .final leave ?
permit mo Mr. Piesldent , to ptfer to you ray
sinceie wishes foi join healftratMlhapplnc1 * , *
and toi the most abiindanfpiospertty of The
Kieat people ovci whom yon preside. "
The piesidenl replied : "Mr. Mlntster.lt
is always a soinceot legietwhen the kindly
olliclal and peisonal lekitlons which have
grown up between tills coveminent and rep-
lesenl.Uhes of a tiicndly sovereign aio
turned in a new channel by his retirement.
Hut the legret 1 leel In icceivlng from your
hands the Impeiial edict siinimonlnK you *
back to China and In bidding you farewell. Is
made deepei by tlio iccollectlon of your high
personal qualities and the unvarying spin *
oi courtesy and good w 111 jou have infused.
Into the iclatlnns between your mission and'
this goveinment. The vast distance that
scpiiates China liom the United States'to
gether with the lemaikablo diversity in'
language , laws , customs and traditions of '
the two goveinmentsand their people , have
not nnnatuially made It more tnan usually *
dilliciilt to cicato and maintain nt all
times that cleat mutual good unileiRtnnd-
Ini ; so cnscntlal in intei national inteicourse.
And no ono mom than yourself has ,
iceognl/ed the fact or * ourht ; moie faithfully
to oveicome thn diniciiltics which have mown i
onto ! i ace jealousies nnd competitions and
the i Iv alrios of labor. 1 recognuo and
jou foi join eninest cIToits to cieato that
good Iccllng between j'oui country and my
own , which I tinsl will continue tobeni Its ,
treed trults to both natlonalties. When you
ictuin to join own people , accompanied by
the most coidlal icspect and sympalhy ot
those who have known you dm I tig your stay
with us , I bcgj'oii will iissuto join Mivcielgn
and cause jour 1 el low coiinliymcn to know
that I and my constitutional advlseis tiuly
lepioM'iit tlio gieat bodv of 0111 countiymeii
in piofesalng most coidial and filendly hcn-
tlmonls tow.ml China , and deslie to conduct
oui comnicicial Intoicliaiiges to a intittmlly
batlsfnetoij' anil beiielicont end , "
A Mexican Iteltcllinii. T
DrNVin : , Apill 27. An Associated piess
( .jiccial liom 111 Pasosnjs : A hngojji/ed 10-
bellion has bioken out at Ciislhuerla , In the
stale of Clillinahiia. The Icclciul govein-
tnent annulled the local election lor Jelo pol
itico , and sent a man ot their own to Chi-
hnaliua. Tliopcopln uiohu en masse , killed
Ihutcdeial appointee , ; and miniated liuv
ogen , w ho had been legally elected. A laigo
loicn ol Mi'xhan t loops aio on tlio way to
quell the lebulllon.
I'oi the state of Nebjabka Cooler , ialr
That Tired Feeling I
That cxtrcmo tired felling vrldch la so dis
tressing nnd often so uiiactountatJlo In thn
Bjulng monthsIscnllrily oveicomobj Hood's
Susapaiilla , which tones tlio whole liuily ,
purifies the blood , cures bcrofuli and all
humors , cures dyspepsia , creates an appetite ,
rouses the torpiil liver , braces up the nerves ,
and clc us the mind. Wo solicit acouiparlson
of Hood's Sarsararllla with any other blood
purifier In tlio nurkitfor puilty , cconumy ,
strcuiUli , and iiiedlcln.il met It ,
Tired all tlio Time
" 1 hid no appetite or strength , and felt
tired all the time. I ntlrUmtci ! my condition
to scrofulous humor. I had tried several
kinds of medicine without UeiifHt. Hut as
soon as I Imcl taken h ill a bottle of Hood's
Sarsaparllla , my | ii > etltu u.ih restored , ami
my stomach felt Letter , I Invo now taken
nearly three bottles , and I never vv.is sowcll. "
Mi is. Ji'.osiE P. Dot I.IIAIII : , r.ucoag , It. I.
Urs. 0. W , Marriott , Luvtell , Mass , was
completely cured u ( drl < ( ic.idAciic , which she
had 1C > cars , by Hood's Sarsni nr'.lb.
K\crjlody needs and cliould take a ocil
Faring inedlilno , for two reasons :
1st , Tlio body is now moro susceptible to
benefit from medli Ino than at any other season.
2d , 'ilia Impuiltlcs whlih have accumulated
In tlio Mood should bo expelled , and the sys
tem given tone and sitciigth , before tlio pros *
tuthiB effects of warm weather are felt.
Hood's .Sars.ijiarllla is the best eprinc medi
cine. A single trial will convince you of Us
superiority. Take It befoio it Is too late.
The JScbt Spring JUcillotno
"I take Hood's H rsapirlIa ! for a fprlnc
medlclnc , and 1 find It just Iho thing. 11 tone ?
up my s ) stem and make's me feel Ilko a differ
ent man. My vvlfo takes It foi dyspepsia , unit
iheclcrhcs tie it benefit from it , Shog.ivslt
Is the best inedlihie she over took , " 1' , 0 ,
TuiiM'it , Hook ; Ladder No. 1 , Iloston , Mast.
"Last spring I \\u troubled with bulls ,
caused by my blooil being out ot order. Two
buttles of Hood's Sarsnparlll i cured me , I
can recommend U to all troubled vvllh Jifec-
tlons pi iLu blood. " J. Suiocu , 1'eoila , 111 ,
Sold l > y oil rtrusirliti. jl ; ilt for js Prepared i SoM bj kit druEfiiti. HI. nli flit ft fitparti
t ; C. I. HOOD A COpotbeiarl | . tJ.ouol. ! Miu. ! Ij (1.1. ( IIOOU A CO. , A | olliectr'ti , Iowcll , Mix ,
t IOO Doses One Dollar I IOO Doses Ono Dolla/ ;
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