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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE.
SIXTEENTH YEAR. OMAHA , FRIDAY MORNING. APKIL 22 , 1887. NUMBER' 308
MAJOR BENTEEN'S ' SENTENCE
The President Commutes It to Twelve
Months' ' Suspension on Half Pay.
HIS GALLANT RECORD SAVED HIM
An Kxtrn HcHHlon ol ConsrcsH Still
Contemplated Ky tlio President
A Prophecy Ity Senator
Vance Natldnal Ncwe.
One Your Suspension On Half Pay.
WASIII.NOTON , April 21. [ Special Tole-
Kramtothu HEE. | Major Bontcen , of the
Ninth cavalry , hns been scntoncetl to sus
pension from rank with half pay for a porloil
of twelve months. Bentcen was court-mar
tialed for being drunk on duty , ilo was
found guilty and sentenced to be dismissed ,
but thu court recommended him textile mercy
" of the executive In consideration of his pre
vious peed conduct nncl excellent military
record. The president therefore mltlirntcd
the sentence ol the court to suspension from
rank with half pay for one year.
WASHINGTON , April ai. [ Special Tele
gram to tlio UKK.J Major John E. Hlaine ,
paymaster In the army , who died to-day. Is a
brother of James G. Illaln. He entered the
army In 18 < W as storekeeper In the Quarter
master's department , serving In that capacity
for two years , when ho resigned. lu March ,
1875 , Major Blalno was appointed a paymas
ter by President Grant. The death of Major
Blalno does not make a vacancy in the
pay corps that can be filled. Three
years ago an act was passed nxlni ? the
number ot paymasters at twenty-nine and
providing that no appointments should be
made until the number of majors in tlio
corps should fall below twenty-nine. I lie
number of majors now on the list Is forty-
two , which has been reduced by the death of
Major Ulalne to' forty-one. As thirteen
majors now on the list must be dropped to
bring It below the number specified by the
law , It Is likely to bo several years before ap
pointments can be made to this corps.
More Extra Session Talk.
WASHINGTON , April 21. [ Special Tele
gram to the DEE. ] An officer of the house of
representatives nsked the president the other
day If there was any probability of nn extra
session of connress. Ho said that ho was
going to Europe- and would like to stay there
until November. If , however , there was to
bo nn extra session of congress ho wanted to
return to this country n couple of weeks before -
fore It began. The president re
plied that he had not made
up his mind to call an extra
* session and. should not do so until the
time came. Ho had conversed with n num
ber of members and uonators anil they seemed
to bo unanimously of the opinion that one
ought to be called The cabinet was of the
same opinion also , and while It was difficult
to determine so far In oil nice , as long as the
o..cer was making his plans ho had better
arrange to be homo before the first of Octo-
llurrhard In Washington.
WASIIIMCITON , April 21. [ Special Tele
gram to the BKK.JThe Uev. Dr. Burehard
the man who beat Blaine with his allitera
tion , has been hero for n week as the guest
of Dr. Newman and has received consldera-
' bte attention , but has refused to call on the
president , although urced by his friends to
Senator Vance Prophecies.
WASHINGTON , April. 21. [ Special Telegram -
gram to the DEE. ] Senator Vance , of North
Cixrolinn , has made a prophecy. He' says
the next presidential contest will be between
Allison and Hawley on ono side , and Cleve
land on the other , with some * western man
for vice president. He does not think the
republicans will nominate Blaluo again.
Tliev will have a new ticket , and their candl-
date will be from the west.
Inter-State Commerce I/aw. /
WASHINGTON , April 21. A telegram has
been received by the Inter-state commerce
commission , from the manager of tlio Quick
silver mine at SanJoe , Cal. , residing
present trans-contlnontal'rates , shutting out
their products from New York markets en
tirely , which will have a disastrous effect on
this Industry. Several telegrams have been
received from the Pacific coast fruit Interests ,
setting forth disasters threatened by new
Charles U. Tweed , of New York , addressed
the commission this morning In behalf of the
Southern Pacific railroad company , for sus
pension of the fourth section of the Inter
state commerce law. The Northern Pad lie
will file a like petition this afternoon. A. T.
Drltton addressed the commission on behalf
of the Atchiaon , Topeka < & Santa Fo rail
C. M. Wicker , represontlnr the board of
trade and merchants of Chicago , telegraphed
asking the commission to withhold Its deci
sion until argument can be submitted In
favor of the suspension of the long ana short
haul clause on Pacltic coast trafllc , provided
rates from the great lakes and the Mississippi
valley be made proportionately less than
from the Atlantic seaboard , as has been the
case In the past
Telegrams signed by W. T. Garrett , presi
dent ot the Manufacturers association of
California and n committee of the San Fran
cisco merchants were received saying memo
rials had been malted containing potent
nraumonts against the susnmision of the
fourth bectloii of the net. Tlio chamber of
commerce of San . Francisco telegraphed
-4 favoiinir exception from the operation of
section four of special cases requiring rapid
Charles II. Tweed , of New "Vork , addressed
the commission In behalf of the prayer of the
Southern Pacltic railroad tor tbo suspension
of the fourth section ot the law In Us behalf.
A similar petition was contained In an ad
dress by the attorney of the Atchlson , Topeka
poka & Santa Fo railroad ; nlso by General
William lielknap , representing thu St. Louis
A San Francisco roau. Tlio competition of
steamship routes was tlio principal occasion
of these petitions , Mr. Tweed gave notice
that Judge Dillon , representing the Union
1'acllic , would bo hero to-morrow.
George Gray , attorney for the Northern
Pacllic railroad , addressed the commission.
Ho said that in an examination of tlio fourth
section ho had reached the conclusion that
the rallro.ids should not tnkn It upon theni-
nelvep to determine what constituted "simi
lar circumstances and conditions , " and Hied
a petition substantially similar In purpoit to
thosn presented by the Southern Pacific. .
J. K. Searles , of New York , representing
the sugar rellnories of the east , including St.
Louis nMlnerles , entered a protest against
the granting of the San Francisco refineries'
Mr. Toft , representing the Clipper line of
Sutton & Co. , said the railway companies
wore now onga/ed In Irving to have tlio law
suspended. It they knew that tlio law
would not bo suspended they would Ue en
gaged In carrying out Its provisions In a way
to make them successful. Ho asked that thu
Jaw bo not suspended in the guueral way
naked for , but that the roads be nirulo to lix
fair rates and ho would like the privilege of
examining witnesses to show what would
bo fair rates. Further hearing upon th Pa
cltic lines' petitions was then postponed until
Nebraska mill Iowa 1'eiiHloiis.
WASHINGTON , April 31. [ Special Tele-
cram to the BKE. | The following Nebras-
knns were granted pensions to-day : Laura
C. KItchcait , former widow of Andtew I ) .
Hariihiut , Shclton ; James Treastor , Kxeler ;
Henry I. NothawayWeeping Water ; Chailes
S. Forshce , Purdy ; Henry A. Andrews , Ne
braska City ; Josephine Machln , Rearnoy ;
Wallace Bcrthelr , Honeywell , nllas Wallace ,
Berthclr , Hastings.
Peiiblous we're granted to-.day In Iowa as
follows : Sarah A.vlclow ol Isnao , Maurcu ! ,
Ottumwa , la. ; Mary A , , widow of Solomon
H. Staunard , Independence ; Georce Duets ,
Gllmuur City : Lovl Mick , Mownmikcf ; John
U , Kendrlck , ttldon ; George McUraw , Cairo ;
Charles G. Curtis , Jackomlrr ; U. Nlcholnon ,
Marilialltown : James T. Fowler. Ureeloy ;
Amos J. Martin , Council muffs ; John Elli
ott , Contcrvlllr ; John Mead , llarlan ; Uunncl
Wlckshaw , Robertson. ( Incicaje ) ; Silas W.
Tompkins , Wnnello ; S. K. Knapp , Ezra A.
Van Horn , Weltou.
Judge Carter's Successor.
WASHINGTON , April 21. The president
this afternoon appointed Kdward F. Blng-
ham , of Ohio , to be chief lustlco of the supreme
premo court of the District of Columbia , to
fill the vacancy caused by the death ot Chief
Justice Carter. Judge Blngham Is a per
sonal friend and associate of Allen G. Thur-
niuii , who warmly recommended his appoint
ment , as did all the members of the supicnto
court of Ohio.
Iowa Pout masters.
WASHINGTON , April ai.-lSpcclal Tele
gram to the BKI.I : The following Iowa post
masters were appointed to-duy : JeromoTIII-
ottson , Belolt , Lyon county , Ivlco D. J. Car
penter resigned ; W. K. Hart. Malsy. King-
gold county , vice John M. Kox , resigned ;
Benjamin Channmn , Valley View , Harrison
.county , vice Mlllifrd H. Grllljn. resigned.
A Now Survey For Title.
WASHINGTON , April 21. Upon the recom
mendation of the surveyor general of New
Mexico , Commissioner Sparks of the genor.il
land olllco has ordered that a tract of 51)0,000 )
acres of land known as "Las Vegis grant , "
In New Mexico b resurveyed. The survey
is for the purpose of settling a question of
title. Las Vciras Is ono of the most Impor
tant towns In Now Mexico. It Is located on
Death of PnjrinaHter IJlnlnc.
WASHINGTON , Aprl 21. Adjutant General
Drum to-day received a telegram stating that
Major John K. Dlalne , paymaster , United
States army , n brother of ex-Secretary James
G. Dlalne , died at Hot Springs , Ark. , this
UIMINE IN CHICAGO.
Reporters Try to Interview the
Statesman But Get Left ,
CHICAGO , April 21. [ Special Telegram to
the Hnn.J His as dllllcult for a camel to
pass through the eye of a needle as for a re
porter to see and speak to Hon. James G.
Blalne , of Maine. The hotel clerks are
wearied with the ceaseless flow of cards , thu
owners of which are seeking audience with
the dlstlnzulshed visitor. This , however , Is
sturdily denied. The cards meet the same
fate as the senders thereof viz : both nro
left. The fate which was dealt out to the
banker's club In the regretful declination to
accept their kind Invitation to a banquet will
doubtless crush out of existence all similar
attempts to do honor to "tho plumed
knight. " A few distinguished people called
on him this morning , among whom may be
mentioned Juduo Grestmm , Leonard
Swell , Mr. Charles L. Hutchinson ,
Mr. Marshall Field , Senator C. B. Farwell ,
Mr. Chuunccy Blair , Mr. Francis Murphy ,
tlio temperance orator , and Mr. Angus
Smith , of Milwaukee. Mr. Walker Hlalno
was seen by a group of reporters and said
his father was not equal to the task ot being
entertained on so prodigious a scale as was
proposed. Ho was not very strong and
could not stand much excitement. Shortly
before noon Mr. Walker Blaine received a
dispatch announcing the death this morning
of his lather's brother , Major John K. Blaine ,
at Hot Springs , Ark. Up to 1 o'clock ho had
kept the sad intelligence from his father ,
who was worried with other matters. A
delegation from the Irish republican club
was to have been received this forenoon , but
Mr. Kmnions Dlalne made other arrange
ments and the delegation will not call until
THE ECCIjESlASTlOAIj BILU
It Is Hotly Debated in the Prussian
BEnriN , April 21. Debate on the ecclesias
tical bill was begun In the lower house of
the Prussian diet to-day. The national
liberals , progressists and a few con
servativcs voted ugalnst the meas
ure. Wlndthorst , the clerical leader , de
clared that the center paity submitted to
the pope's wishes In voting for the bill as It
passed the upper house and without offering
nny amendments which the center had in
tended to proproso as necessary to make the
bill entirely acceptable to the Gorman-Catho
lics. The center Darty , Windthorst added ,
would renew the light against the govern
ment If at any time the Catholic interests
were alfected. Bismarck was in the house
when the bill pasxed.
Defore the vote was taken Ulsmarck de
clared that if the bill was rejected he would
abandon his oillco as president ot
the ministry of state for Prus
sia and devote his entire tlmu
to the service of the rmplio. "As perhaps , "
he said , "a hard external and Internal strug
gle against the revolutionary party Is immi
nent , 1 desire first to settle all unnecessary
internal disputes. "
Herr Kichter condemned the bill because ,
he said , the provisions regarding the right of
continuation and protest D.V the state in ec
clesiastical appointments would promote ser
vility. He protested ugainsttiio action of the
pope In interfering in the elections for mem
bership In the rolchstng.
Prince Disnuirck declared that Ilerr Rlch-
ter was more ot a Catholic than the pope and
added : "All national parties should endeavor
to meet the curia so far as It was compatible
with state rights. This Is feasible by adopt
ing the present bill as it has passed the obor-
ImtiR. Modifications will Increase the gov
ernment's arduous task , lu all phases ot the
kulterkauipf I acted in accordance with my
political convictions. The bill concedes
nothing that will endaneerstate'sauthority. "
Prince Bismarck then appealed tp the mem
bers of the national parties to not reject the
Prof. Vlrchow opposed the bill as a - measure
ure tending to strengthen the pope's hier
Prince Bismarck , In reply to this , observed
that Prof. Vlrchow opposed him as n matter
of principle on all great questions.
ntsmnrck on Itlclitor.
BEHUN , April 21. In lofullntc Hcrr
lllphter's statements as to the pope's med
dling In the recent elections , Prince Bls-
inarch to-day remarked that Herr Uichter ap
parently did ndt oven read the papers which
ho himself wrote or Inspired , or he. would
know that In French political circles Russia's
attitude was vary catetuliy watched , and
that oven with most of the nationalist papers
of Russia the question whether France would
boa friend or enemy In event of the adop
tion of any particular policy placed a very
PiTTsnuiio , April 21. The general
Kor agent of the I'cnsylvanla company oper
ating Hues west ot Plttsburg , has Issued a
circular Instructing the company's ticket
agents to resume the sale of through tickets
over the Missouri P.xcllle , Missouri , Kansas
& Texas , St. Louis. Iron Mountain &
Southern roads , and to discontinue their sale
over the Minnesota & Northwestern.
CHICAGO , April 21. Tlio discussion nt-
teudlni : the payment of commissions by the
western lines and the boycott of the hitter
liy thulr eastern connections was revived to
il V by a clicular received from General Pas
senger Agent Ford , of thu Pennsylvania corn-
puny , exempting the St. Paul and Burlington
roads troni thu boycott. Doth the St. Paul
and llurllngton claim to bo still paying com
missions. The circular Instructs ticket acents
to rtisumo the s.ilo of through tickets ovnr the
.Missouri Pacltic. Missouri , Kansas & , Texas ,
and St. Louis. Iron Mountain & Southern ,
and to discontinue selllncr over the Minnesota
seta & Northwestern , St. Louis , Arkansas &
Texas , and Minneapolis iV St. Louis. An
other now fo.it u ro ot the situation is that thn
eastern trunk lines have resumed the sain of
tliiotiKh tickets oAur the Hannibal & St. Joe
to Kansai City and points beyond.
A You UK Imily Hailly
ScuuYi.i'.it , Xeb. , April 21. ( Special Telegram -
gram to th liEK , | A serious accident hap
pened hor'to-dny. Miss Vanlo Fulmer was
knocked dawn by a norse attached to n delivery
livery wagon and several of her libs brokun
U Is feared bho has received severe interns
THE CRIMINAL CALENDAR ,
) r. Andrew Jnckson Grant nnd His Matrimonial
A FATHER'S PAINFUL STORY.
to Ucscuo Ills Daughter From
Ills KnKhloMM Wlfc-A Ilorrlulo
A DushdiK Doctor.
BOSTON , April 21 , Special Telegram to
the Dr.i : . ] N'ew storing arc continually
cropping out In regard to the life and adven-
.uies ol Dr. Andrew Jackson Grant , whose
Ino of business was to marry , or engajo to
marry , inkldle-azod women and then decamp
with their money and clothing. In March ,
ISofl , the doctor put a personal advertisement
n a Now York newspaper to the effect that
a wealthy gentleman desired the acquaint
ance of a lady with a view to matrimony ,
'money no object" The advertisement was
answered by Mary Stuulss , of New York ,
and Ann M. Dulgln , of Drooklyn. The
'doctor" then became a resident of Brooklyn
under the name of Dr. Prico. Letters from
.ho women were received on the same day ,
and the doctor called upon each as boon
as possible. In about three weeks
ho became engaged to the Bui-
gin woman and the wedding was
appointed for March 27. The expectant brldn
was In readiness , but the doctor had the
ceremony postponed because , as he said , "it
would bring 111 luck to have tlio ceremony
performed on a rainy dayllnd it was lixed
that U should take place on March ill. The
trunks containing the clothing of the pair
were sent away and the doctor loft Brooklyn
on the day which was to have been thu wed
ding day , taking not only n large quantity of
the lady's wearing apparel but SObU of her
money. To Mury Sturgiss , In New York ,
the doctor hastened , and she was only too
glad to welcome so wealthy and distin
guished a gentleman. It was the same old
story of the non-arrival of remittances , and
the trusting woman gave him money
to meet temporary demands. It was not
much , but It was tier all , and when the doctor
ascertained that there was nothing moro to
obtain from his credulous victim ho left her
to .seek moro dupes. The swindler Is still In
the Cambridge jail. Ho Is suffering from
the clfects of boine deprived of his daily
doses ot morphine , hut there is every reason
io believe that lie will recover in time for his
trial at the June term of court.
HE WANTS HIS CHILD.
A Wealthy CIovcliuul Man's Troubles
With n FultlilcHH Wife.
CHICAGO , April 21. [ Special Telegram to
the BII : : . [ Edo Claasscn , n wealthy resident
of Cleveland , O. , filed u prayer for writs' of
no exeat and habeas corpus in Judge Gar-
uett's court this morning. They read to the
effect that at the present moment his little
Julia Is detained
livo-ycar-old daughter being
ind deprived of her liberty by her mother ,
Julia Claasscn , in the Hotel Superior , of tills
city , under particularly painful circum
stances. Mr. Claassen says his wife deserted
him some weeks since , their little daughter
disappearing with her , and It was only a tow
days ago that ho succeeded In locating them
in Chicago. On the morning of April 20,18S7 ,
ho went to the Hotel Superior for the pur
pose of demanding possession of his daughter ,
but was denied access either to the child ot
her mother. The unhappy couple were mar
ried In Cleveland In November , 1872 , the
lady's maiden name being Dubbernelle.
They had three child ron born to them , two
of whom are boys , aged respectively thirteen
nnd eleven years , and reside with their
father. The petition alleges that lie has an
elegant home in Cleveland , and that he has
always supplied his wife with the comforts
and luxuries of life. About three years a.'o ,
the bills state , she formed the acquaintance
of ono Theodore Grabowsky , with whom she
became intimate and finally infatuated. In
April , IbSft , Mr. Claasscn , whose suspicions
had been aroused , declares that ho discovered
his wife had been accompanied by Grabowsky
on a trip which she made to New York at
that time , and that in' the following month
ot October she disappeared mysteriously tor
eight or nine days , nnd when she turned
up , could glvo no satisfactory explanation.
Last January Grabowsky left for Chicago ,
where , tte petitioner alleges , lie resides at
present. He was followed several weeks
after by Mrs. Claasscn , who , with her little
daughter , took up her abode at the hotel in
question. Hero , tlio complainant declares ,
she receives frequent visits from Grabowskv.
Claasscn says lie is Informed that his wife
and Grabowsky have mudo arrangements for
flight to Colorado and to take his child with
them. Ho therefore prays for a writ of ne
exeat , preventing their escape from the juris
diction ot the court and tlie production by
its mother in court of the little girl Julia
Claassen. The'pfayer of the petitioner was
granted in both instances , the writ of habeas
corpus being made returnabla foithwlth. '
A Horrible Crime.
CITY OF Muxico , April 2L jSpecial Tele
gram to the BIE. : ! The llttlo city of Patz-
cuara contributes an extraordinary chapter
to the history of crime. The wife of Juan
Haralcrci has been the acknowledged beauty
of the place , her comeliness being a matter
of general comment. Three pollcomen re
cently entered into a plot to force her to sub
mit to their desires. On Wednesday night
last they went to the house of Uamlcrci In
thu suburbs , and succeeded In gaining en
trance to the room occupied by Uamlorez
and ills wife. Just as the ollicers got in the
room the couple awoke. Before any alarm
could be given the three men were upon
Kamicr , and they plied their knives upon
him. The spouting blood deluged Ills wife
and she fainted. Twenty gaping wounds
wore indicted upon the husband before the
men turned their attention to thu wife. They
took some minutes to icstoro her to'con
sciousness , and when they had suceedod they
went deliberately about the completion of
their horrible plot. When they left the house
midnight was long past. The woman was
lu such a condition that she could not sum
mon help , and the discovery of the crime was
not made until morning. The three men lied
to the Interior of the conn try. but two of
them have been captured and the wuolo
country Is in pursuit of the third.
A Klnnk Hills Hobbory.
LiUnCiTV , Dak. , April 21. ( Special Tel-
rgramtotho Biu.J : A skilful robbery was
perpetrated hero last night. Wolf Fink , a
Polish Jew pawnbroker , was enticed Into a
place of resort by a gang who went through
his block. Entry was made through an open
window of the woodshed at the back of the
store. Fink says that the robbers took § 050 in
money , and watches and jewelry which will
swell the loss to S2 , ! > 00. Ho had no safe and
kept his money In an old trunk In the store.
Fink has ottered a reward of 8200 , and has
had arrested 11 vo men who went to the store.
Ho seems to have no other ground of sus
picion against them. They will have their
examination to-morrow. The prisoners were
remanded to lall. Yesterday was pay day In
the mines and mills hero. There were § 75,000
on the pay roll. The town was overrun with
gamblers , crooks and women- from Dead-
wood. The robbery was evidently planned
by persons familiar with the promises and
Determined to Die.
NKW YOUK , April21. [ SpecIalTelepram
to the BEK.J Uoorjre Miller , a German
piano maker , who came to this country two
years ago , and has boon working lately as
bartender , killed himself this morning In a
very extraordinary and painstaking manner.
Ho lived In tho.baeuiontof 231 East Twenty-
fourth , street , and being con lined to his bed
for some weeks from pneumonia , decided to
quit this world. He slashed both his wrists
with a. shnri > kulfo and tuou plunged tlio
weapon twice Into his brant in the rcilon of
icart. Ho was slowly dying front loss of the
ilooil , which was gushing f rom the wounds ,
but to expedite matters ho climbed a ladder
running on the outside of the building and ,
ipon reaching thu second story , throw him
self Into the yard. Tne fall caused frac-
tuic of thu skull and Instant death.
Murdered nt MlU-ilny.
LOUISVIM.K. April 21. A horrible murder
was perpetrated In the bioad lleht of day lu
ono of the most fashionable resident portions
of this city this mornlnir about 11 o'clock ,
fills morning Mrs. A. Y.Johnson , wlfoof a
well known Main street merchant , left her
homo on Brook street In company with her
children and Jeunlo Bowman , a servant gltl ,
who accompanied Mrs. .lohnson only a short
distance and then returned to the house.
Shottly alter this a little coloied girl living
next door went to the girl's room nnd dls-
coveicd her lying upon the Hour horribly
iieatnn about the head and breathing her last
I wo suspicious characters mo known to
have been loating across the street when Mrs.
Johnson and the children went out , and It Is
thought that they entered the house and were
discovered upon thu return of the servant ,
Jennie Uowman. A poker was found with
the hair nnd blood of n man upon it , and it Is
supposed the woman opposed the burglars.
A Brlhcr to Bo Tried.
LANSING , Mich. , April 21. The commit
tee appointed to Investigate thu case of Rep
resentative M. H. Dakln , charged
with having offered to purchase the
vote of llfteen members , reported this
nomine. They advised that It would bo
> cst to haven public examination of Dakln
that ho bo allowed to appear and have conn-
el for his defense , and that he
bo provided with a copy'of the exact charges
against him. The report was adopted , and
examination sot for Tuesday.
All That's Weighty Is Not Gold.
NKW YOUK , April 21. Yesterday a well-
known and wealthy gentleman ot this city
deposited four large bars of what he thought
: o bo gold , with an assayer to bo retined and
made into gold Dais. Thu gentleman said
ho bars were all worth 510,000. After he left ,
t was found that the bars were of copper ,
with a thin wash of gold on the outside ,
being only worth about 54. It Is thought he
was the victim of the gold brick trick.
Probably Committed Suicide.
ST. PAUL , April 21.-A Mandan ( Dak. )
special to the Pioneer Press says : There is
every reason to believe that Postmaster Can
non , of Fort Lincoln , has committed suicide
because a postolllco Inspector recently found
some slight irrcznlarity In Ills accounts. He
has been missing six days.
THE 1UWA VETEltANS.
New Ofllctirs Elected and the En-
DunuQUK , la. , April 21. The state Grand
Army encampment to-day closed up Its ses
sions and adjourned. The contest over the
election ot commander was hot and close and
icsultcd in the selection of General J. M.
Tuttle , of Des Molnes , after several ballots.
Cedar Kaplds was chosen as the place for
next year's encampment by a big
majority. The other ollicers are : Senior
vice- commander , W. D. Thayer , of Jesup ;
junior , U. A. Waroham ; chaplain , C. D.
Brown , of Diibuquo ; surgeon , Dr. Tifany ,
of Center Point ; delegate to national en
campment. W. O. Wright , of Denison ; alter
nate , K. It. Chase , of Dubuquc. The now
ollicers were publicly Installed to-night. The
pensions resolution was adopted In a modified
form. It said that while as citizens all
were equal in their rights under the law ,
as soldiers they insisted. that they are en
titled to recognition and that their nation
cannot deal too Rcneroiuly with its saviours.
They expressed positively but respectfully
their disapprobation of the veto ot the de
pendent pension bill.
Veterans Send Approval.
DUIIUQUI : , la. , April 21. The following
cablegram was sent to Gladstone to-day :
DcuutjUK. la. , April SI. William Ewart
Gladstone , London : The Grand Army of
the Republic , department of Iowa , repre
senting 50,000 veteran soldiers , at their an
nual encampment here to-day passed a reso
lution approving your efforts on behalf of
the bravo pcoplo of Ireland , and extend to
you and them their earnest sympathies and
best wishes In your great struggle for justIce -
Ice and liberty. W. A. McilKNiiv ,
Tuttle As Department Commander.
DBS MOINES , la. , April 21. iSpcclal Tele
gram to the BEE. ] Great satisfaction is ex
pressed hero at the news of the election at
Dubuque to-day of General J. M. Tuttle , of
this city , to bo department commander of the
G. A. R. of Iowa , General Tuttle com
manded the Second Iowa during the war and
led Us immortal charge over the breast
works at Fort Donelson. He Is chairman of
the board of trustees of thu new soldiers'
home , and Is highly respected throughout
Alleged Hailroad Rate-Catting.
DAVENPORT , la. , April 21. [ Special Tele-
Kianitotho UKE.J It is positively stated
hero that the competing railroads are cuttlne
rates hero and secretly bidding for the busi
ness of Davenport , Hock Island and Moliuo.
The business men of the throe cities , which
constitute a common point , have just organ
ized the Tri-Clty Shipper's association and
have every prospect of securing good living
CHESTON , la. , April 21. ( Special Tele
gram to the BKB.J W. TUurlby , aced sixty-
nine , an old and respected citizen , dropped
dead of apoplexy while walking on thestrect
this morning. He was born in England and
came here in the forties. He was a railroad
contractor till ot late years , when ho lived a
retired llf hero. He built the "Q" from
Aibia to Aftou and i the Ked Oak south
Blew Qtit the Ons.
FOIST MADISON , la. , April 21. [ Special
Telegram to the Br.n.J James Goslln , regls-
toiod from St. Louis , was found dead In ills
bed at a hotel hero this morning. Ho had
blown out the pas. Papers on his person
.show thai ho had relatives in Red Lake Fulls ,
An Kcllior Married.
COI.UMIIUS CITV , la. . April 21. [ Special
Telegram to the BP.E.J J. B. Hungerfonl ,
editor of the Herald ot Carroll , la. , was mar
ried to-day to Miss Motile McLean , of Co
lumbus City. Mr. Hunecrford was formerly
editor of the Columbus Safeguard.
Stubbing Affray at Burlington.
BUIIUNGTON , la. , April 21. [ Special Tele
gram to the BHE.J In an altercation about
a bill presented by Klngjast evening' , Henry
Cooper was badly stabbed In the back and
bhoulder. It may provo.iutal , as a blood ves
sel was severed.
An Elevator Hurned.
CEDAU UAPIDS , la. , April 2L [ Special
Telegram to the HUB. ] A tire nt Hock Falls
this morning destroyed. Brown & Perrett's
elevator , 20,000 bushels of oats and two box
cars. Loss , 35,000 ; Insuiance , S'-V-OO.
A Depot Iturned.
IOWA CITV , la. , April 21. The Burlington ,
Cedar llaplds & Northern railway passenger
depot was burned this morning. Tlio con
tents of the ticket olllco were destroyed , en
tailing a loss of 81,500.
Jeff Can't Attend.
CHAIII.KSTON , S. 0. , April 21 , Jefferson
Davis has written a letter of regret that lie
will not bo able to attend the ceremonies at
the unveiling of the Calhoun monument ,
hero next Tuesday.
Thn Forgery Itepeatcd. '
LONPON , April 21. The Times 1ms pub
lished a second t > orles on "Parnelllsiu and
Crime , " Including thn fae simile of the Par-
null letter and articles connected therewith ,
for distribution tlnon hout the country.
WESTERN LEAGUE SEASON ,
The Opening Games Played Yesterday Under
Very Unfavorable Circumstances.
HASTINGS DEFEATED AT DENVER
The Visitors Outplayed at All J'olntH
A ShortConten.IJetwecn Chicago
and DCH niolncH Hun Fran *
Denver Knocks Out Hasting * .
DKNVKU , April 21. [ Special Telegram to
the BKI : . | The Western League season
opened to-day under unfavorable clicnni-
stanccs. A bitter cold wind prevailed ,
bemunbltiK thu plavers so that they could
hardly handle the ball , and throwing clouds
of sand Into their eyes so that they could
scarcely sco. The visitors proved easy vic
tims of the homo club. Brown , who pitched
for Hastings , was batted unmercifully. He
was hltlor forty bases , with a total of forty-
eight. The Holding of the visitors was de
cidedly inferior. Helslngand Kbilght car
ried oil the honors of the day for the visitors
by making a homo run. Yoss and Meyers
formed the battery of the homo club. They
worked excsllently , Voss being hit but for
twelve balls , whlln Meyers' work behind thu
bat was faultless. The Denver's Molding
was sharp. They had llttlo trouble In win
ning the game by a score of 87 to 18. About
SOU people witnessed the iramc.
lluns earned Denver 13 , Hastings 0.
Bases on balls Voss : i , Brown' .
Homo runs-Smith , Keislnjrand hbrlsht.
Two-base hits Harris. McFarloy , Ebrlght
(2) ( ) , Smith , Lounmu (2) ( ) , Tebeau , Macon ,
Stt lick out Voss 4 , BrownS.
Passed balls Meyers 1 , Kbrlght 1.
Hit by pitcher-Voss : Uoherer and Keinzio.
By 13rown : Voss and Macon.
'Left on bases Denver 11 , Hastings 9.
Umpire Frank Darrah.
Time of game , 3 hrs. 5 min.
Chicago vs. DCS Molnes.
DBS MOINKS , la. , April 21. [ Specal Tel
egram to the BEK.I Twenty-live hundred
people went through a drizzling ram to see
the eamo to-day between Des Moines and
Chicago. The two teams were arranged as
CHICAGO PO DES MOINES. TO
Baldwin p Wells p
Anson 1st Faatz 1st
Pfclfer i 2d Hrosuam 2d
Burns 3d La Hocqno 3d
Williamson s Alvonl s
Sullivan ISutcliire 1
Sunday m Whiteloy m
Uvan rIVan Dyke r
les Molnes took the lir.t innings. ia
Rocn.no went out on a foul fly ; SutclltTo
made first on a sinclo and second on a wild
pitch of Baldwin ; Alvord struck out : White
loy was given his base on balls , while Faatz
struck to short Held and was put out at first-
no runs. Sunday reached first on a grounder ,
but was caught napping oft" his base and was
put out by a throw of Wells to Faatz ; Kyan
was civen his base on ball ? , and stole second ;
Sullivan batted a Ily to left tield , which was
caught by SutclllTo and lidded to LaKocqiic ,
putting out Kyan , who was trying to
steal thlid no runs. In tlio second
inning none of the Dos Moines team
wont further than lirst , nor did
the Chlcagos , while Anson struck out amid
cheers from the audience. Tlie only run In
the third Inning was made by Sunday , who
was given lirst on balls , and stole around.
In the last half of the fourth the rain became
so heavy that the umpire called the game ,
leaving tlie score , 1 to 0.
Struck out Baldwin 2 , Wells 3. Base hits
Chicago * 4 , Des Moines 4. The clubs will
play to-morrow if the grounds are in condi
Other Games Yesterday ,
LouisviLi.E.'Anrll 21. The game between
Louisville and Cleveland to-day resulted as
Louisville 1 0900301 * -i4
Cleveland 3 00120010-7
Pitchers Kam&ey aud Fechlncy. Umpire
ST. PAUL , April 21. The pamo between
the Detrolts and St. Pauls to-day resulted as
follows : Detroit , 11 ; St. Paul , 5.
Piui.Ar > Ki.riuA , April 21. The game be
tween the Athletics and Metropolitans to-day
resulted as follows :
Athletics 0 1000300 1 5
Metropolitans 0 0000000 0-0
Pitchers Seward and Shafcr. Base hits
Athletics , 15 ; Metropolitans , 5. Errors Ath
letics , 4 ; Metropolitans , 7. Umpire Mc-
The Han Francisco Races.
SAN FIIANCISCO , April 21. At the third
day of the Blood Horse association races thu
attendance was good , the weather pleasant ,
and the track decidedly low.
Mile and one-eighth : Amelia won , Nellson
second , Adeline thlid. Time 1.W. :
Gano stakes , two-year-olds , threo-ouartors
mile : Sobranto won , Snowdrop second ,
Pacotollo thlid. Time 1:16f. :
Spirit of the Times stakes , three-year-olds ,
mlle and three-quarters : Del Norte wonTodd
second , Leap Year thlid. Time 3:00. :
Three-quarters mile , heats , all aie.s : First
heat : Ninena won , Kenney second , Gardi
ner third : Time 1:17. : Second heat Leap
Year won , Nlnuna second , Gardiner thlid.
Tune 1:10 : % Third heat Nincua won ,
Leap Y ear secon d. Tl me 1:1S. :
Oreoly on Dancnltowor.
NKW Yoisic , April 21. A Washington
special says : General Greely says of Lieu
tenant Danunhower's suicide : "Tho nuws
comefwith a shock. It astonishes mo par
ticularly to learn that his mental aberration
Is attributed to the effect of his Arctic so
journ. 1 do not understand this. In my
jiidgmentlltu In these high latitudes Ishealth-
till and stimulating under proper conditions.
Dancnhower's party dltfcml I rom mine , you
know , In never bavins been reduced to starv
ation. 1 observed no signs of dementia
among our men until they had been months
without food , and tbo only one who sho\ycil
nny disposition to hiiielde was a poor tellow
In the labt staires of starvation four days be
fore our rescuing party arrived. "
NKW YOUK , April 21. Two hundred and
fifty men refused to accede to tlie terms ot
Tiffany & Co. , the largest silversmiths of the
city , and to-day did not proceed to work. All
the silversmiths In this city have combined
against the Knights of Labor.
LATKU Fifty men have , returned to work
at Tiffany & CoV
Struck on Long Hours.
MAHI.KIIOHO , Mass. , April 21. Some400
or 500 hands employed In the casslmero fac
tory of ti. C. Cliapin & Co. are out to-dar ,
having struck against working sixty-six :
hours a week ,
NO WAH nUMOHH.
ICttropcaii Pacific NDWH Overbalance ! !
I lie Hclllcono.
ICnwiIgMW / f > i/ James ( lartlnn ttcnntltA
LONDON , April 21. [ Now York Herald
Cable Special to the BKI : . | 1 saw last
orcning private cables from New Yoric City ,
each stating that there were grave war ru-
nors thoie atTectlng the money market and
asking questions. There were no war ru-
nors hero. The trans-Atlantic rumors may
mvo been distilled from the Russian olllclal
bid yesterday for au International loan of
00,030,000 roubles , or the arrest of a Fiencli
railway olllclal no.ir the German frontier by
ho authorities of the latter or some lighting
on the Afghan frontier. Hut , as a sct-olf
o any such Incidents , comes the IIMVH from
Pc.sth of the Dad lie views at the cabinet
council under tlio presidency of the emperor ;
also similar vhiws from the Russian minister
at Vienna. Russian bonds , however , had a
; oed rise just before the market closed ,
DcGlcrs' misstated resignation having been
Uncounted before being authoritatively do
A French ConimlNHnry Arrested.
PAHIS , April 21. Schniuboles , special
French commissary at Pagney , hur-
Wosello depot , has been arrested by the
ieimans. Ho had received sou'ral letters
'rom the German police commissioner at
Ars asklnp him to como to that place and
confer \vlth him m-iardlm , ' the frontier ser
vice. He Unally agreed to do so , aud while
on his way to Ars lie was seized by the Ger
man police and taken to Noveaut , From
which place he was sent to MotTlie
Metzer-Xeitun ; ; says his arrest is duo to his
connection with anti-German acitation con
ducted by a patriotic league ; but thu people
of Pngny-Sur-Mosi'llu declare this to bo un
true and say he had nothing to do with the
igltation. The Incident has thrown the In
habitants of Mctz and Nancy into tlie wild
est state of excitement.
The arrest of Air. Sclinabeles has produced
a sensation and. It Is feared , may lead to
unfortunate results. Lo Paris calls It "an
other pioyocation , " nnd asks If Bismarck Is
seoklnc a casus belli. Tlio Germans re
quested Sclinabeles to sot up one of the posts
which mark the frontier lino. The commis
sary crossed the boundary and advanced a
few yards on German soli , when he was
sel/ed by German police agents , who weio
dlSL'iilbCd In gray blouses. Ho knocked the
agents down and escaped back to the French
territory , but was again sel/ed , handcuffed
and sent to Mctz , where he was placed In
the prison In which accused persons aio con-
lined before trial.
It Affect a thu Market.
PAKIS , April 21. 4 p. ra. Kentes were
mfavorably affected bv the arrest of
Sclinacbeles. The market for 8 per cent
rentes for account became flat and declined
15 centimes during the afternoon , closing at
owest price. _
No Need of Extreme Measures.
PKSTH , April 21. At a meeting of the cab-
net to-day , Emperor Francis Joseph presid
ing , it was resolved not to claim the unex-
jonded balance , amounting to 2S,000,000 Horns
ns , of extra military credits aggregating
52,000,000 florins which the delegation de
voted last winter for the purpose of euabllnc
the government to put the country in what
was then deemed a necessary state of de-
fensp. The resolution declares that the
adoption ot the extreme measure , then
thought advisable , Is no longer necessary ow
ing to the peaceful aspect affairs have as
N w 'Loan.
ST. PETEIISUUIIO , April 21. Russia has
Issued a 4 ner cent Internal loan amounting
to 100,000,000 roubles. The government will
accept bonds at their face value as security
From contractors employed on 'public works.
The imposition of tlie passpoit tnrx has been
GinitALTAit , April 21. It is reported hero
that two Englishmen , displaying an Ameii-
can flag , recently Imprisoned a Hebrew mer
chant of Alcazar , Morrocco , for debt , took
liim in chains to Tanglers , parading him
through three towns on the way , the outrage
treing aggravated by tlio fact that It was In
flicted durini : the period of the Passover. The
principal lle.btew.sof Tanglers have joinett in
an appeal to the French , Portugese and Brit
ish consuls for assistance in the attempt to
liAvo all governments unite In an effort to
suppress tiie system of consular abuses unaer
which these outrages are perpetrated ,
Tlio English Government's Kxpcnsca.
LONDON , April c21. Goschcn , chancellor
of the exchequer , introduced the budget
in the housn of commons this af
ternoon. From it It appears that dur
ing the last year the executes of
of the government amounted to 9J,000,000 ,
and that the revenues toadied the baiuo sum.
The budget was a complete surprise to the
house of commons. Many of its proposals.
notably those relating to national debt
charges , will be vigorously opposed. It is
maintained that Gosrhen has resorted to un
sound measures of finance in order to pre
sent a budget that may servo the conseiva-
tlves at the next general election.
Anything to neat Coercion.
LONDON , April 21. Gladstone writes that
ho does not desire a general election to par
liament , until the Kncllsh mind is as ripe on
the Irish question as the Welsh and Scotch
minds arc , but that the time Is rapidly ad
vancing. "Anyhow , " ho says , "I am pre
pared to face anything to defeat coercion. 1
continue to hope for much from the vigorous
action on the pait of constituencies whose
representatives In parliament have decisive.
votes on the issue. "
'To do More AVotllil lie Weakness. "
LONDON , April 21. The Times says that
Salisbury's otter to the United States govern
ment looking to the settlement of the fish-
cries' question , contained in his despatch of
March 24 , Is generous , and almost Quixotic.
"To do more , " says tlio Times , ' -would bo
weakness , and \vu are Mow to believe Amer
ica will refuse to take advantage ot what
will cost her nothing to accept. "
Stands For Temporal Power.
ROMI : , April 21. The Vatican , In answer
to inquiries as to whether the pope was In
favor of having a i conciliation effected with
Italy on the basis of renunciation of the
papal claims to the temooral power of the
pope , states that the pope desires''peace ' with
Italy , but has never thought ofabandoning
the rights or the chinch on tlie papacy.
Ho Had Made Comparisons.
LONDON , April 21. Captain O'Shua , ad
dressing the Limerick branch of the national
league to-night , said ho had compared the
Times letter with thirty-seven of Parnell'.s
letters and concluded that the Times letter
was a forgery and that the body and signa
ture were written by the same person.
LONDON , April 21. A sharp shock of
earthquake has been experienced over the
whole of thn Island of Jersey. The tri'inor
pioceedfd fiom tlio west to east. No dam
age was done.
A Clew to the Forger. .
LONDON , April 21. Sexton 1ms received
an anonymous letter which , it is thought ,
will lead to the Identification of the author of
the P.irnell letter published in the Times.
A Memorial to Gladstone.
DUIII.IN , April 21. The Lord Mayor has
called a meeting for the purpose of taking
steps toward the erection of u national me
morial to Gladstone.
Canadians Debating Coercion ,
OTTAWA , Out. , April 21. Homo rule and
anti-coercion resolutions were introduced in
tlie house of commons to-day. The debate on
the resolutions is going on .to-night.
DEATH FROM HYDROPHOBIA.
A Nebraska City Boj's ' Life Terminated B/
the Horrible. Disease. |
THE MAD DOG STILL AT LARQ&
A Young Lndy Itndly Injured ( if
Bulmyler Oould at Neliranlui
City Tlio Itooin lit l < "alrtnonl
Fright nil Death From llatiloa.
NnniiAiKA CITV , Neb. , April 21. [ Special
Telegram to thu Ilii : : . ] A stivon-ycar-old
Mm of C. H. Davis , living several mllessoutU
of the city , while playing lu the yard
month ago , was bitten In the fnco by n strange
dog. The wounds liciled and nothing moro
was thought of thu matter until last Sunday ,
when thu boy was taken violently III. A
physician was called ana pronounced It n
case of hydiophobla. The child had violent
convulsions , ono after another , resulting In
death this morning , after four days of horri
ble HUft'erlng. Tlie dog that bit the child
was not killed and further damage Is ex
pected to bo hoard fiom.
Gould at Nebrnnka City.
NKUIIASICA CITV , Neb. , April 21 , [ Special
Tolcgiiim to thu Br.K. | Jay Gould and Gen
eral Manager , S. H. H. Clark of the Missouri
Pacific and other prominent railroad olllciala
arrived In the city by special train from
Omaha ahout'J o'clock. Tlio party took a
trip around town and Inspected the woric on
tlie Hew road. Mr. Gould knew a great deal
about railroads that he did not express , but
ho did condescend to give his ( inlnlon on the
state ot the weather. They left for Kansas
Tlio Boom at Fairmont.
FAIIIMONT , Neb. , April 21. ( Special Tele
gram to the Bnn.l The Fairmont board of
trade was organized to-night and regular of *
fleers were elected. Fairmont is enjoying a
big boom. Three hundred acres of Insldo
and outside city property have been pur
chased by a syndicate of eastern and Fair
mont capitalists and are now being surveyed
and platted and put on sale. There have
been moro real eslitu transactions In the past
ten days than for six mouths piecodini ; . Fair
mont Is a railroad center. It now has three
roads the B. .t M. , Nebraska & Colorado
aud the Kansas City & Omaha , and u Hiiro
thing of two more. It also lias a line system
A Terrible Dakota Storm.
lUi'ii ) Cirv , Dak. , April 21. [ Special
Telegram to the BKK. | The worst storm of
the season has rased hero since U o'clock p. m.
Snow commenced to fall at 9 p. m. , with a
high wind. Tlie snow Is drifting badly. The
weather Is not cold. The roads are awful ,
two days being required for coaches to reach
Deadwood , forty-live miles away , on account
of the mud. The tanners arc happy , as tl/e /
rains have undone the work of last year's
Judge Kinkald Presiding.
VAJ.ENTINK , Neb. , April 21.-1Special Tel *
gram to tlio BEK.J--Tho April term of the
district court of Cherry county is now In
session , with Judge Klukald presiding.
Judge Kinkald is the new appointee for this
dlsttlct. nnd elves great satisfaction to thd
attorneys , who expressed themselves well
pleased with his methods and inclination to
An Elocutionist's Farewell.
Cor.usinus , Neb. , April 21. [ Special to
the BKB. ] Miss Belle Parsons , who has been
giving eleeutlon lessons hero for nearly a
year , to-night gave a farewell critical
melange to the friends of her pupils , whlcli
was an unqualified succnss. Miss Parsons
returns to her homo In Detroit , Mich. , fol
lowed by the best wishes of her friends In
Corn Planting Begun.
FKKMONT , Neb. , April 21. [ Special to the
BEK.J Farmers In this county have just
becnn corn planting , making the season one
of the earliest on record for this latitude.
Some much ncedea spring rains have set In ,
and altogether prospects are bright for the
Death tt Judge Dnrnstoacl.
Cr.AY CKNTEIU Neb. , April 21. | Special
Telegram to the BKE.J Richard Darnstead ,
county judge of Clay county , died this mornIng -
Ing from diabetes. The funeral occurs Sat
urday at 3 o'clock.
TU1CRING A CUSTOMS OFFICER. .
A Mexican Official Talk * "Outrage"
nnd "Revenge. "
KEY WEST , April 21. [ Special Telegram
to the BKK , I The schooner Nellie Blanche ,
A. llussell , inastcr , from Cozumel arrived
hero yesterday with Enrlquerosado , Mexican
customs olllcer on board. Tlio Neliiu Blanche
sailed from here for Cozumel on March 2C ,
to assist the Norwegian bark Bra&lleroa ,
ashore off Cozumel , at thn Instance of the
Now York underwriters. Arriving there it
was found that the bark's cargo had been
taken ashore , the vessel stripped and to
gether with all Its material , sold. The cre\v'
weru in lall at lieli/.e on SOIIIM unknown
char ire. Finding tlio schooner's mlssiotl
could not be accomplished. Captain Russell
decided to return hero this bo\ng \ his homo'
port. On the mornlnir of March 4 , a customs ]
otliccr boaided tlio .schooner and made an
examination and took the ship's papcrj
ashore. Returning shortly afterward hd
stated that no clearance could bo granted for.
Key West , but that the schooner would haVe
to go to ProL-rc'so for that purpose.
Captain Russell protested against tak
ing the schooner 210 miles out'
of her course , but otfered to go in peison to
Piozroso to enter nnd clear , or else to taka
the vessel to Majores.1'hi ; collector of customs )
stated that neither alternative could bo al
lowed and an inspector was placed in charge ;
to tale the Nellie Blanche to Proereso. Thu
schooner started ostensibly as ordered , bus
came direct heio with the customs oilicer.The ?
master states that tha crew refused dutv <
The Mexican olllcer , upon landing , immedi
ately put himself in communication with tha
government. An examination of the crew ] <
of Nellie Blanche , held by the collector 06
customs , contirms the master's statement
that the crew mutinied , refusing to .sail the
vessel to Progrco , which left no alternative
but to como here. The crew claimed they
shipped only for a cruise to Cozumel and ro-
turn. As the ship has no foreign elearancfl
fiom the Mexican authorities at thoportot
dcp.irtutp , the collector of customs has suUetl
the ves > cl and refused entry pending instruc
tion ( roni the KortL'tary of the treasury , The
Mexican olllcer talks very loudly about the
outrage , nnd MIJS his government will see
about It. _ _
Ilo DI-I-W the Color 1'jlnc.
FiinnroiiT. 111. , April -'l.-Couslderablo
excitement was cau rd nt the De Soto housa
In Galena this niornlns by William 1C
Blewllt , the proprietor , who ordered a young :
colored man , Jrre Wright , of Frfcport ,
out of the dining room. U'rlcht was
tlmro witn company C. . I N. . G. ,
of Freeport , who , with the athletic club , g va
nn cxhlDltion In Galena last night. When
Blewitt passionately Insisted that the roloreit
man should leave thu room thu captain anil
all the others of thn company In tlio loom n (
the time , left the honso and got breakfast
iiin "At Homo. "
LONDON , Auril Si The News this mornIng -
Ing says that Major Snunderson has allowed
it to become known that ha will bo nt homa
during certain hours of the day should anyone -
ono di-Mio to romiuumcatu with him In a
hoslilo spirit in reply to accusations made by
him a < : ) lnst tlie members of thu national
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