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I ES'rAJ3J.JI&rED JUNE 17 , 1871. OMAIIA , r'IIUnSOAY MORN1G , MAtO1I 21 , 1895. SINGLE COPY FIVE CEN'l'S. .f.
SO1E SCHOONER WAS \ \ SUNK
Only Point on WhIch There Is Uncertainty
is the Ship's Identity
RUMOR STEAMSIIIP lAS BEEN FIRED UFO
Jcport thlt " "cRRcl ' 'I Sent to the not-
, tom Off I'tirrto 1'llr. Cuba , hy R
HIIUIRh Ulnholt IR Now
TAMPA , Fin. , March 20.-The steamer Mas-
- otto arrlvNl here last evening direct from
nrwana and brought later reporls from the
Beal of the revolution. CopIes of 1.3 I.ueha
confirm the report of the sinking of the
Bchooner by the Spanish gunboat : off Puerto
In the slme Issue there are reports of the
departure of General Dc Jorge Carrleh and
Colonel Santo Sidac , with their commands
before Jhuanl , and . theIr attack on the Insur-
gents al Los Negros , al which place a battle
was fought. This confirms previous reports
A letter received from Santiago stated , thai ,
thirty leading young men of thaI place had
gone In the field under command of a prominent -
nenl lawyer named Jomoyu. Letters assert
that In Los Vias the Insurgents are rapidly
gaining both strength all confidence. Organ.
Izec bands are beginning to arise In different
'sectons of this district , and especially near
For two days uncertain anti untraceable reports -
. _ ports have reachell here regarding an American -
f can stcamshIJ imeimmg fred on by I SpanIsh
gunboat on the south coast of Florida. To-
day's steamer brought news from Key Wesl
which Is said to be authentic , claIming thai
time steamer Irene of Key West hall been frcil
upon anl IIsra te,1 , by the lufanta Isabel
near Charlotte harbor after the steamer went
ashore , where she lies above Soulh harbor.
I Is grneraly believed that the authorities
al Wadllugton have been notified. The Irene
Is a coasting hooner of sixty tons , corn-
manlled by Captain Garblles , ' and originally
carried a crew of ehht.
SPAIN HAS NOT APOLOmZED.
MADRID , March 20.-m Coral denies em-
' phstcaly the truth of the report that the
Spanish government has sent to the United
States Its disapproval of time acton of the
gunboat which I Is cldimeil fred on tile
American steamer Aliiancn.
WASINGTON , Mardi 20-Senator Frye
was asked today what ht thonghl of the
prospect of an amicable settlement of the
Alanca Illrcnly with Spain mmmi , replied :
"Unfortunately the late reports make It ap-
pear to be very good. I looks as If Spain
would ! make the required apolog and I EO ,
nil will soon be settled. I hall hoped It would
S be otherwise and thai Spain would assume
such a belligerent tone that tt would be necessary -
sary for the United States to go over and
take possession of Cuba.'e certainly ought
10 have thai island In order 10 round up our
possessions as they should be , and If wo can-
nol buy I I for one should like 10 have an
opportunity 10 acquire I hy conquost. "
Inasmuch as Mr. Frye Is a member of the
senate committee on foreign relations , his ul-
3 teranc possess coniiiderable . slFnlfeanee , In-
- dIcatng as they (10 the early revival of efforts
to acquire Cuba .
NEW YORK , March -Captaln Cross-
man was seen by an Associate press reporter -
.c porter today just heforo his steamer , the AI-
lnnea , sailed for Colon , and was asked what
ho bad 10 say regarding the statement that
President Cleveland had expressed great dis-
satisfaction with what were claimed to be
glaring InconsIstencies In time chart and state-
mont sulnnlted hy Captain Crossman.
" " 'el " said he , "I don't care to erltclse
time president of the United Stales , bnl I
do thInk I. know my business. I have spout
tbiry-stx \ years learning It and I think I
am competent to prepare an accurate chart
and descriptIon . of my ship's course 01 sea.
I time president had requeste IUY appearance
Washington to personally explain the mat-
ter t thInk I could have satisfied him In lIve
a'ThilmlmtOS . There Is nothing more 10 be said
about the nmatter. "
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nero of I'IIY 'c"Iules : Loses Ills LIfe
' hlo Y"ehtll In 4tuqtrnhis.
NEW YORK , March 20.-The Yachtsman , a
London paper of the date of March 7 , con-
tains an account of the capsizing of a yacht
In time Swan river , Perth , \Vesl Australia , on
March 4 , when several lives were lost.
Among those reported to have been drowned
was Edward Fox , a former New Yorker ,
known to his friends as "Modoc" I ox. Mr
Pox earned the sobriquet of "Modoc" when
acting as correspdndent of the New York
herald In lie 1odoc war. After leaving
I'4' newspaper work he became a promoter of
tqiI various enterprises anll several years ago he
m vent to . England making London his head-
Mr. Fox became prominent a few years
ago as a IIrrty to time Drayton-Dorrowo duel
negotiations. lie was one of lalet Alsopp
florrowo's seconds , and wih larry Vane
1Ulball [ , accompanlell Dorrowe 10 Paris
where the question of a duel was submitted
to the Due deory. . The Iluit decided thai
Nr , Coleman Drayton ha.l placed hl1stt beyond -
yond time 11Ie by Iccel.tUI monetlr ) con-
sideratons after an alleged knowledge of lhe
cause whIch 1111 up to hIs chnlenge of
Dorrole , anll was therefore nol a gelteman
deserving of recognition under the cole ,
SUbsequenty II wits reported that Dorrolo
amid Fox fougll a duel In lelglum because
10rrole accused his former second of selling
Information concerning the Borrowe-Dru.ton
affair to time newspapers. ' Fox was all 10
have received , u slghl ! woull In that encounter -
counter , hut tile ( facts were never inmbiic'ly
lUoln antI time lajorlty of IJeOllle 01 this
side of the water doubted that a 11uel ( was
C ever fought , Mr. Fox hall heen engaged II
Ilnhll enterprises of late year amid was In
Australia as the representative of an Englsh
company , Borrole Is now connecled with
the trolley railroad Ine In Newarl , N. J.
The Dray tOi divorce suit I In the hands of aNew
Now Jersey rrferee. .
flruNs' ,11 : .ltE - wumTl.Wl 11.1.
JrjlnnllJ of the Enmiof HID UOl'lock II
time , l"h".lr. 1'11.1" t Irl.
DOVEfl , ' Del. , ! larlh O.-There was much
exclemelt when the first ballot was taken
today and I was fOUll1 that Higgins' folio-
wer with time exception of Represeimtattive
Wilson , hall deserted and voted for Edward
0 , BraMol1 of Newcastle , ! one ) and
Walker , IIglnl men. who were absuflt , were
uialrd , On the first and second ballot lug-
gums got 1 vote and Bralford G. On the third
balot IIg118 gal I , Bracurll 1 and Iram
U , lurtol of Suslx county 6. Fourth I ballot -
lot , higgins. 1 i Burton , 6. FIfth balol , Ilg- ,
glnl , 7 The desertion was entirely uuex-
pected. IepreBentath'e Moore , an Addlckl
IH\erent , says thh Is the beglnnlug of time
cud , Representative hall , anolwr . \dleks
follower , can\ase1 the rellublcls In the
houBa In Jbe Interest of larry A. Icharll-
! n of Donr. but without aUCCI. So far
ehhly.sl ; ballots have been tll.en since the
delllt'l ( began .
O"f ; IHi IUI."IWU ; U : ' RW"IU .
UUI".rt. I'hht with Two lol"er II
( 'I"I"rlull ( ll' i 'I uln"I ,
IDDESI0IO , Ky , . March 20.-Hchber
attacked I'rank Bell , George Neo . and Ilb-
boil In ( 'ulborllll Gap tlnm'l thll lornllf
- Bell anll his c0l\anl0l1 were armed ald U
I IJtl ( timSued Fifty shell wlr" exelmangei.
Ono robber was Wounded , but eacIJed. Gb-
sop Wo slightly 'loun\led. The 1luls\'lle &
Nabmlls ) IIY ; ralm ; IHIUc\1 over . the road
toll ) ' , .111 i is : 'UlI1\1 " time robbers iere
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, 3ljilp . fur I. . .
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Ii.tT1I OF ui.vin.tr AI.IJI fl.ttIftt7
] l.ITl NIUtI . . 11IHC.IT
Oraimt'u. 1llltlr , Secretary Rnl JIUurl.n
i'MSNCS , Away tn New , Jruey
RDOEWOOD , N , J" , March 20.-General
laceau , who was on the staff of General
Grant 08 military secretary and who after-
warlls served as secretary of the AmerIcan
legation In LOldon , Is dead ' , aged Gi years.
Death was caused by apoplexy The gen-
era was stricken at about I o'cick yesterday -
day afternoon while talking wih his adopted
son , George Consa. The two hall been together -
gether about fifteen minutes when the gen-
oral began to gasp and foil back Into the
arms of Mr. Cora , dying In 1 few minute , .
During the past six months the general has
had to uldergo several operations to remove
cataracts from hi eyes. lie hall resided wih
George Cora alll Miss Chllau , his adopted <
children , since last fail. The funeral wi
probably take place on Friday from time
church of our Lady of lount Carml. nshop
Wigger will omclatl at the requiem mass.
A < lam Ballenu was imrn In New York City
Decem her 2. 1831. Ills e < lucaton WI ! re-
relvel through Ilrl'nte instruction and , at a
lJarlln school In Tarrtown , N y lIe
vulunteerell In the military service of the
tnlel ! States 11 16G2 alll was appolntell nude
oil time stnt of Urlgaller Gelerl Thomas
w. Sherman In thut capacity he served tn
1,011Rllna until MI ' 2 capact 1861 , when hens
u'vorely wOUlllel , IlmoRt lt the same tune
with hl commandln olcer , In lending nn
a M:11Il : on till eonfellprte works at Port
1Ie on. In : 'dnrch IhGl , he was Illpolnlell
mnhlitumy ' Gemmerni Grant with
mllll' secretary to Glllral Grnt wih
limo nmiimk UrAl of lieutenant colon
mind uferwarll of colonel. On thts
duty hl nccomllnle(1 the general
In time \Vilderness nail Appomatox
Camlll nR , 1111 rellined on his
stat Int Marcim . ISr9 , whln he was re-
tired from the army Ilth the fiI rank of
captnln11 the hrev't rank oC brigadier gen-
III of the United States arm ) ' . lie
also received n similar brevet In the
volunteer tervke , From : May to Dcpmber ,
186 , he was secretary of the legation nt
hommdcmn. . DurilISjO he was sent to Madrid
n ! a bearer of government Ilsl1ntches. anl
In 11IY returned to 1onlon lS consul gen-
frl , retaining that Office unt September
1881. In 18jj 11,1 , ISTS he WIS given leave of
ahsencI' by the State Iepartment to ucConi-
1)itmlYGeneral Grant on his tour remind the
worll He WIS consul general nt 1avanl
from 11w , 1882. Inll April , 16SI. and then
reslgnell ( b"eause he was not permllell by
the State department to Rlbstantlate
( 'lmmtmges of corruumtiomi. of which he acelsed
its nllllnistrton , lie had been nIpointPd )
\llel States minister 10 Brussels in lS5 ,
all 10 COllelhagen In ISS1 . htmL declined hell
amimoimmt muon tmm. He im its n tmlii ( cued "The
\ 1 lhOll , " a collection of es\s : ( New
York . 18' ) : " : ( ltal' 1Istorr of Ulysses S.
Grnnt" 1 : volumes , 15Gj.81 ) ; 'Conspiracy : A
Cuhan Hlmance" ( ISS ) : "Arlslocrac tn
Encland" (1SSG ( ) , and "Grammt II P < uce"
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IVCIISS CH' LEuS 't' ER DI , \I
Most leluttll " 'oummlmIm of the Illltel 1ln-
dma nlCR It 1lenlole.
JENTON , larch 20-The duchess of
I.elnster , widow of the Ith duke of I.eln-
ster , who , le' In IS93 al Carton , county
Ihlare , Is dead. The duchrss was married
to the dule of Lelnster , who was premier
duke , marquis and earl of Ireland , In 1884.
Sue was a daughter of the first earl of
Fcverham and was reputed the most btaul-
ful woman lu tIme Un led KIngdom. ltr
son. the present duke or Lelnster , was born
In 1887. _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Dellh of I'rimca % % mstdeimmmr ; .
BERLIN , 1Iarch ZO.-Prlnce 'aldemar ,
reignIng prince of I.lppe-Detmold , Is dead ,
aged 71. lIe leave no Issue.
The wi 01 Prince \\'uldemar appoints
Prince Acol 01 Schaumburg-Lippe toMe re-
gent , penilng his succession to the throne.
Prince Allolf Is the eldest son of his serene
imIghness. the Prince SehaumLurg-Llpp . lIe
was born l ebral'y 23 , 1883.
Owner of : lolot :1rnroJor Iemmd. :
SARATOGA , N. Y. , March 20.-Duncan
McGl'egor , aged 87 , Is i den at Glen Fails.
He formerly owned Mount McGregor ,
which was named after him and where ex-
President Grant spent his last days.
M.UtE llUtWUUJS JCEEI'S . S7L1NT.
Decilimes to Sty a Word About Her .pple -
tel fur 1'111 8el.rl\on ,
SAN JOSE , Cat March 20.-iiss Marie
Burroughs was seen at the Auditorium , where
she appeared In the "Profligate , " and when
asked 'about her divorce case said In quite a
chiing manner thaI she and her husband , L
F. Massen , were on time best of terms and If
she had begun an acton I was their private
business. Under cross-questionmng she finally
admitted unwillingly that she had begun
suit for divorce and on the grounds of Inl-
doilty. She seemed very much surprIsed thai
the news had transpired and acted as though
she considered II I secret which belonged
exclusIvely to her and which no one else
would ever learn.
"Has a reconciliation been effected between
you and your iiusbapml ? "
"I decline to state anything , " she said
curt ) ' , " 1 don't want to be quoted. "
Then she swept Into the dressing room.
The application Cor a legal separation was
ned In' the superior court In San Francisco
last weel Miss Burroughs was then play-
Ing In that city as leading lady In "The
Profligate" and "Judaim. " The complaint
bore the title of "LIhlie Lee llassen against
LouIs Frederick Macson" and attracted no
attention 01 the time. I simply charged
neglect and Infllely , Massen has made no
reilly ; und thlb has given rise to the rumor
lhll they have agreed on a mutual seplra-
The statement thaI she and Massen are on
the best of terms was apparently true so
far lS external evidences went , for they were
nol only on friendly terms about the theater
but he frequented her Ilressing room and
they occullyapartuenls together at the hotel
Vendame. They are playing here nighty In
the aame company
Mare nurroughs . Is I . California girl. I '
II.\ DOW.V .1 1s.ZNJ , ) 01' IWIIUWS ,
Ciizens ' of nn 1.lnl' Town . ) "v. n loit
limit Tlmo "lh tllhwI'lon.
IIItIIMEN , Ind . , March 20.-A desperate encounter -
counter with a gang of desperadoes ) resulted
In the capture of six after a sharp flgimt.
Jacob Miller , a faniler , was hel , ' up by a
gung al Liteton , a village seven miles north
of here on the Wabash road , and robbed of
a large sum of money. lie traced the rob
bets to this city , where r warranl was issued
fur their arrest. In atemplng 10 make the
arrest time outlaws opened fire on the olU-
cers Shots were exchangel from both Ides.
Ciizens wlh revolvers and shot guns came' '
tu the rescue of the olulcers , when the gang
fired promiscuously Into the crowd and began
retreatimmg. llarshal Kaurman during the
fight clme near being shot down , a number
of bullets Ianlng lhrough his hnt all clolh-
Ing. After an hour's chase by 100 men six
of the gung were captured anti landed In
jail . The gang ; will be taken to South Bend
for trial _ _ _ _ . _ _ _ _
. ' .UI II 1.lS .lm J'JItI' j'LU'rU'cl.
It Now Seoiim that .iii nf Iii lrloumde
I NOy 8.01u Imt . \I IIR lally 111011"
1'\0 ' lime mi ' 1 $ UII'ollr ,
SAN FJ1ANCISC'O . , March O.-The legal
contest over the hJOOO.OOO left b ) the late
James O. Fair bas been a topic of general
discussion hcre sInce time producton of the
later alelcl will In the superior court yes-
terday . I Is nol rumored that still another
and later will Is In exlstenc The report Is
tull ten dayi ; before his death Fair executed
anothtr will and etmtrusted II .to the keeping
of Mrs. Irsslo Paten , sister of limo wife of
. Colonel Warleld , ProPrietor of the Calrol nla
hotel . The late mllenlll and the Wlrlelh
were rrlrm ! Mrs. Paxton has heft thu city
for I.os , \lgeles : and the rumor cannot bo
verified. \umon of other alleged ! wils were
also heard aimfi II Is hinted thai II may be
shuwn that the late millionaire had a manIa
for enculllg last Wl3 and lestaments and
enlrlfln thel to the keeping of hh lady
Inc ails .
, Ulrell 'ourt " ' 11 Nnt HI1' " 'I'ysnl' ,
tll'I'R : , ' Ia\'h 20.-Time lulreme raurt
thhi arerlucn refused a \\1 of hlbea
t'npul for 1"1' ) ' ' 1'101 , whose ! sentence to
Ii iummmmgcil II 1 ! Wil IUs\Onlt',1 becuu he
imeraumie Insllu , but who \ lal 10llel Ie-
muimml , " , ' ' . ' ,
lurell III 111 rcstimtemmct't Tyaon't nt
I \ orll n tfolIIQWI er. that If n writ
dice or CCEQ' IN ' II i .lvplt e. ( ror ,1 , tIP r cdell will nt
TONS OF DYNAI1TE EXPLODE
Ships Into Which it Was Doing Loaded
Blown to Atoms
SIX PERSONS KNOWN TO BE KILLED
how Mammy More 1.lves Were Lost "hy Never
Ito " . .cerl"lnllI.gomOlnt of
I'romrty Je . ' lrU'CII-Wlnllow.
Irokcn Miles Awa ) ' .
COLOGNE , March 20.-A terrible explosion
of Ilynamie . took place In Salmouth , In the
district of Dusseldorf. The cargo of the shIp
Elizabeth , consistng of 2.000 kilos of d'na-
mile , was being loaded when the explosion
occurred , killIng a numb of people and do-
lag a terrible amounl or damlge. The exact
numher of people killed Is not yet krmowmm .
Another vessel which was alongside the Elza-
both cauEhl lire and was burned. The force
of the explosion was felt for mies all was
01 first believed to have been time result of
an earthq ake. Several houses collapsed al
Keolten anti other villages , and windows
were shatered wIthin n wide area. Al
Cleaves , five mies from the scene of the explosIon -
plosIon , doors were blown off and window
frames were smashed. The bodies of five
victims of time explosion have aleady : been
recovered and six persons believed to have
been killed are missing. The force of the
explosion was so great that three vessels al
Ioblh , the last Dutch village on the Rhine ,
were sunk. Two huncred and lwenly tons
of the explosive were taken In six bOlts from
Loblh to Salmouth last January enroute to
Antwerp , whence I was to have been shipped
to Australia. Owing 10 the Ice blockade In
the river the dynamite was landed at Sal-
mouth , where It las stored awaiting the reopening -
opening of miavigation. In the meanthno time
Elizabeth had been chartered to take the dynamite -
namite forward and the cargo was being
stored yesterday when hart of I exploded.
The cause of time exploslol Is unhnown
, \rlRt 'hit Clvn VI' time l'letnro.
I'AltlS 1Inrch 20.-Time somewhat familiar
caRe of Sir William Eden ngalnst James M.
W'histler , the wel known artist , was decided -
cided by thl COlrt hprl today n"nln,1 'hI
&intj. n'n i ctl "li - , vaibroiigl t i-s r'l l : ' ,
Ham to compel Whistler to deliver a Imor-
trail he had \alnted of Lad ' Eden am \101- \
pay H IIalage3 for delaying the delvery ,
The court comlanled llr , Whister to re-
store the picture to Sir William I , a check
for ( ItO , with 5 per cent Interesl , and pay
1,0 francs damages timid the costs or the
action. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
acton.Wil 10 No COI.or.lnn of thin I.oan : ,
BERLIN , March ZO.-nefore time budget
commitee of the nelchstag today , Von
Wegner-Posadowsky , replying 10 n queston
regarding the Ieport < d conversion of the 4s I
of the Imperial ' loan , said that so bug as the I
government was not convinced that the
present abundance of money was an Iml-
cnton of n permanent economic condition
the government would not resort to con-
version. Iii no CaRl would the government
be guided exclusively by fiscal reaRons.
Not " 1 In [ ' 'VOl of imneimstlomm.
ST. JOHNS , N. F. , March 20-The Anti-
Federation league held a lllle meeting In
British hal last night. Four tholsnnl -
pIe were presenl. Mr. George Knowlng
acted as cimmtlrmmtn Resolutions were adopt-
0(1 requesting I the government to refuse to
, , nn,1 .lninnntna tn ? vn , enJn nr at.nrn
made ; 1w ' leadIng ' ; " citizens l " against x i
to the uomlnlon.
IYl15 Irothors Commlttel for Trial.
TORONTO , Ont. , March ZO.-The prelm-
mary trial of the Hynms brothers closed
this afternoon and resulted In both being
committed for trial at the next court or
competent Jurisdiction , which will be held
In Aprli. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
oeret ' C II\leo to Dlsol's the Nonsvemrlnmms.
STOCKHOLM . March 20-Jn compliance
with the klng's message , the House of the
Hlgsdad elected members of a committee
which wi secretly discuss the Norwegian
question. _ _ _ _ . _ _ _ _
l'OOn P1tNTEl TO WED .iN JI11ItESS
Captain . 1itmtior' Ullchter 10trothod to
, John nohen of flotomi.
BOSTON , March 20.-John Dohen , a printer
of this city , Is soon 10 marry Miss Theresa
Gertrude Butler , only daughter of Captain
Howard G. Butler , time Philadelphia million-
aire. The engagement hns been kept a
secret , It Is said , 01 time desire of the young :
woman's parents , who do not favor the
After an extended tour In Europe In pursuit
of her studies , during which she received tile
Ilentons of many titled butterflies , Miss
Butler returned home. She Is a beautiful
girl the Idol of her mother's heart and the
prIde of her rich father , wllh lhree.quarters
of a million In her own rIght
Last August Miss Duter , wllh her parents ,
went to Newport , where lhey were the
guests of Mrs. I3igelow. At about the same
tme Mr. Bohen , with a party from Doston ,
went 10 Newport 10 attend a lance gIven In
the Newport Bazaar. There he first mel
Miss Butler. They mel often and time story
goes that the girl's parents ordered Dohen
to cease his attentions. The order was nol
obeyed and secret meetIngs followed. In I
this way a month was passed and then , Mr.
nolen returing to Doston , they began to
communIcate by letter , becomIng engaged
about the middle of last January . Mr. and
Irs. Butler protested , but their dlughter Insisted -
sisted that alma loved young Dohen and that
his poverty shoulc nol be a bar to their
unlomm Then tim parents gave theIr consent
and on Wammhmitmgton's birthday the couple met
In New York and arranged for lhelr marriage.
The wedding will lake place In the resIdence
of the bride In Philadelphia . but there wi be
no display. I Is planned thlt their honeymoon -
moon will be spent In a New EnHlanc town
und then time couple will go 10 Europe for a
'ear.Miss Butler Is 24 years old and lohel Is a
rear her senior , The later has been I
compositor on several Boston dailies. Cap-
lain Butler Is said 10 be worth $2,000,000 and
Is well known on Wall . treet. .
"i , \TOn OIWIWE 111. " ] TO 1WSIGH.
D"elnl& 10 n"colhler the Anl0nneOlolt
lie l.d 1',10 ,
VICISnUnO , MI8s. , farch 20-In n letter
received In this clt ' Senator ,
recel\d city , George le-
dines to reconsider his decision to resign emi
time Plea of 011 age , adding : "In doing this
I overcome I natural desire 10 lake nn om-
elatnri In emancipatng the \eo\le from
the CO\lllol of disaster and distress Into
which time folly , not to suy the wickedness ,
of our fnancIal legislation , following simiar
Iclon In 1 U ( I nmaim' , a nil prcemiummg , miami induc-
Inl similar uctioa In 'rance hus nlueel
them . 'fhe ellncl\u lon Is""lre to comeai :
COmBO time , but It cannot come before my
suc.eSBur 118t be elected , und may not
come to me \urlug the oUclal life which nmnlnl
ml r. I-mmm.i. II'clue < t 10 10 a CumUI"le ,
\ICJI1\ , Kmmmi , March 20.-Mrs. Mary
Ehlemm Ltase today declnell the clndldac ) '
for mayor of WIchita . 'fhe citizens' con-
vnton nOlhlte < l .t. 'r. Ilurweii. one 01 the
wcalhlest mmiemi In the btate. To an Asso-
eilted . l.re88 reporter 111 Lease said : " 1
felt highly honon'd , hut I 1m too busy on
the Stale Hoar of Charities to give to the
olce len'es ( f muor the attention which I do-
lul.chollcr In \ ( IU'OiIICII'\ I
TOJ'1 iA III. , Murch 20.-Uovernor Ior-
ri has dele,1 to investigate time charge
u/llm.t State fenltor louseholder In his
capacity f1 a Illbel' of time Stlte Boanl of
lhnrlt ' . ( 'immmmges \ue sworn to und lhled
I ) ' I'nt JcAllrewl . a Conner Iml.lo't' iId
the Insnne as 'lnl. } , lcAnlJrews eharjes hn-
\roller l'onJlct betwen Householcer mmd In-
, . ' . unl
111.1 ot the am.ylum.
l'xTr"8ur.r'4 . "hurl"c' ) liroko Ils Ilmiimk .
IiOISr.z Idaho , March 20.- Word is l received -
celnd here that the Commercial bank of
Moscow closed Its doors today , Time prtsl- I
dent If the Itank II 1. ( HatabaUgh \ ho '
was ( OUI ) ' ttlUlurer UII to January I. , lie
owes the state U7L9 und the olcials have
been vu hlnC him for u settlement.
U.\T UF TIm IfWTJ1 ? . .LNIWTLI ) .
Sew 011":1" 0111'\ Jut , l3zUphum ' ; 1 Long
. ' .
NEW OItLEANS , March 20.-Time grand
lury came Into time crlmlna\ \ dIstrict court
Ihls afternoon , and after the usual formaii-
ties time foreman presented fifteen indictments -
mentR , charging lwenlelghl men with mur-
tier committed on last 'uesday morning In
the levee troubles , TruQ bIlls , charging
mlrder , were presented ! aalnst the follow-
Ins parties : George , alas "WhI8ky" noyll ,
Henry laddy , John MurphYI W Maher , J.
I ) . WillIams , Thomas Ryan , John Iemler-
gast , Wiiam Nelson , lave Wlilaml , Janme , ,
alas "Iel' " Hawkins , Thomas , alas "Stut-
lerlng" Fay , JIm Pcrriers I\oberl \ Iehoe ,
Nelson , alias "Meyer" 1.lght , Joe Casey ,
Jamel O'Brien , Martin Owens , lId lcCue ,
for the murder of John Pa'ne.
Tony Dowd , Phi Quarto and Tom Pender-
gast were indicted for time murder of Henry
James : same for time mUrler of Morris
Mitchell ; same for time mureer of Fred
Lopez ; same for the murder of Leonard Mmil-
lard.Holerl Brooks Phi Mahoney alil Nelson
Lighty for the murder of Leonard Mallard :
same for the murder of Fred Lozlez : same
for the murller or MorrIs MItchell ; same for
the murder of 'Helry James.
Wilam Cahilcie . Dave Burke amid John ,
alas "fled" . Culen , for the murder of John
John Flrness , allan "Dago , " Tom Devln ,
alas "Tom , the Devi , " amid Jack Bowen for
the murder or John Ia'ne ,
These men were nil arrested nl various
tmes during the troubles anti eommllell
for trial by the police JuaIce All time In-
dlclments contain the ellusc "anll other per-
sons whoso names are as yet unknowl to
the grand jurors , being workmen ane Inbor-
ers In the occupaton of roiling , placing and
stowing commmpressed cotton on board oes -
eels at the port of Nel Orlens . "
Most of time men indicted ' have been under
survelanco for several days , amid II was
nn easy later to locate them ns soon as
time capiases were Issued. The IlrCllles
which unset time goverlior In handling the
troubles have been further complcated by
a strong immtlmnatiomm from the merchants thaI
no furlher flnls will bo contrlitited by lhem
for time support of the trool's. They say
lhal more decided measuresshould have been
adopted In dealing wlh the rioters , and thai
time trouble should have been finally quieted
some days agb. The governor Is i In consul- I
taton with his ad\lsers. striving to fnc' '
means to pro\hlo for the support of the
troops , the state miiia fund beIng alto-
gether Inadequate for time purpose.
'TUlt'AIU 1UUI'S - DOWN . 110 USES.
Many l'ersons " ' ' 10 IImjmmrJdrat , Auglsla ,
Georgia , ThI8M"rill : .
AUGUSTA , Ga. , March 20-A _ tornado
struck thIs cIty at ! o'clock this morning.
Many houses have been blown down-and a
number of people are injured.
COLUMDUS , Ga. , March 20.-A heavy wind
In the nature of a whIrlwind " passed over
lhls city and Orard , Ala. , "at 6:5 this morn-
Ing. Little damage was done on this aide of
the river , but lhree resIdences were leveled
on the Alabama side The Columbus Fel'tl-
zer company's , buldhtg was partially unroofed -
The first Ilouse struck was hurled across
McKlnner street and thrown jgalnsl the
house on the , ,0poslt sIde. Its sole oecu-
panl , a. , clor IwOlilin , \8' bacy ! hurt.
Nothing ' time floor oHlh ] .lmu B was lef
In the 'exl house celrllhel 'ere a negro ,
woman and fve cimlldren . - burled under time
wreck , but after n hpur's'hard work"tb
were extricated alive , "thoul som of them ,
were badly , bruised. , p ' the eplral south1f
Part of time city , n.ozen , houses wee .wreeke
and all along the , palh of time stonn trees
fenceJ and ' dutbuitdlngs were leveled. A
small house wa hurled ; wee the roof and
into one of the big rooms of the Miller four
mill. The Central railroad round house and I
paint shops were demoIished . and one engine i
lies smashed under th debris. I 18 extraordinary -
ordinary thai no lves were lost , and that
few people were hurl The nlre police and
fro forces , reinforced by ianie I numbers of
citizens , are al work oi the ruined houses
and they who have been hurt In the build- "
lags cared for al the hospital. -
KANSAS CITY , lnrch 20.-The storm
throughoul the west and southwest last night
was so severe as to completely prostrate tele-
graph wIres. The Western Union Telegraph
company this mornIng las posted notices to
time effect that no business for Kansas and
Colorado points wIll b& accepted except sub
ject to delay. I Is i not exactly known what
time nature of the Interruptin 18 , but It Is
thought thai many poles were blown down
by time strong wind. 'o , reports of other
damage have yet reac . 11h j city.
I.IS' OISE CM1 , UP lo COURT.
Contest of the ' Two Iactioos for Posession
. . of U"Oki end necord
CLEVELAND , March -The factional
fight In the Benevolent Protective Order of
Elks \as brought up ror'i hearing In the
United States cIrcuit 'courl before Judge
Hammond 01 Tennessee . .Thq Jamestown
faction was represented . by ; A. C. Wade ot
Jamestown , A. J. \Vo1r pf Youngstown ,
Thomas Turner ot Canton Robert Murray
or Youngstown , Allen 0 Meyers of Clncln-
nati 1 and harry Robe of lteyer . For .he
Atlantic City faction there were present . g.
B. hay , grand exalted ruler , of Washington -
ton : George A. Heynolcs , tramid secretary ,
01 Saginaw , Micim. ; I.eroy irnnc of Buffalo
and 1. A. I orn of this clf'
Last year enD faction haul Its meeting In
Jamestown , whie the other 11rty met In .
Atlantic City . both sIdes claiming to be the I
legally authorized delegates to the annual
convantiomi. The legal conllst Is to deter-
mine which faction Is entitled to the books
and the records of the order , which ore now
In the hands of the Jlleltown faction. At
the trial today It wa evident from the
start thlt the Jamestown racton was rely-
lug on technlclltea to , prevent the Atlantic
City Party from getting the books . 'fhey
fluid raised the question , of . Jurisdicton , and
alllrenty hesitated about attacking the
merltR of the case
'l'he Irgum.nt upon the lechnlcnl ob-
jectiomis to the proceedings made by the defense -
( ease eontmlld all day , and the hearing of
testimony will nol begup hpqre tomorrow ,
testmony wi beglj tjfqre
, Jm nlTEI.11NFl : q 11. JE JUtI ( ,
Wi Violate limo Law. 11\ 'ot Sent to time
s . I l0""r1'
CLEVELAND . , 0. , Mrlit 20.-A hand ( iii
of socialistic und poptilletle , rformera have
begun the formation fthio : Workhouse I
climb. 'fhe idea l Is to obln 1,0 members ,
till of them unemployed Workmen , and be-
al unemployQ anl
gin operations at 1t ilellng .of outdoor
work In the spring . H iadedaled thul they
wi first march In I tQi ' tp the city hal
and demand of the dlreclr of publo works
that he give them umfmlQymllent , , Ir he say
that he / not able to do so , which they 8aYl
tcllli tt they propose ' 11\rullnl In a boly
to thE fPlce court amid re uCtng the judge
to 5511(1 timem to thmo wemrlctmouse timmit timey
! I ! a ' Jhl I.l !
, nflt. l.nuo wnrmr ' , 1 nintbin , , u , ul In.1In , .
If the " judge - ' refuses : wiijclm " time j ; ' consIder
probable , they tecurl they ' will deliberately
violate fome city orlnlQI ! In order to be
arrested and tnt to the , w/ll\hou e , prob-
ably hy tramping on be grucs II the pub-
lie quare or tlklng IJh IIHS oC a freight
train. One of the men'back tf time scheme
Is Robert Ilanmliow Of lime Central Labor .
union antI recently its pre8ldent.
unl recent ) Is Muny
IlollUlstl and 10eialstlI are . wih him
, LOB1NS0.S' P.f TJVJlfJY' $ 11.1 .VIS.
lIJU..I , . JfU"IJ.J.
UtfenAe hIa'l , 10 'Vlncl' - s Ind limo Case
W. , s Quickly Eodcd.
nlI FAIO , llalch > -In the Hoblnsons'
trial today the defnse movell for their dis-
nmissal Upon Ihls belJ ! denied tIme defense
submilt' their case wlhout argument or
evidence 'fhe district attorney Immell-
atel ' $ .
I' Illgan summinG imp
Time judge gave his hlrGe to the jury
after the noon recess , nail the case wen I to
the jury at 1 : : :
. . -
1 rack Ild 1.11 s " 11' roil With.
MACON , March 2'rho southbound yes-
tbule Iraln emi ' the futher railway was
wrecked near 'Jaeklon nt : o'clock Ihll
morning . Hlltes hall beqmm drawn and tim '
rails ' preld , eau h'tt. . entrt train to
leave time track "lremRn , Hoberls was
badly slahhIl anSI ! Ina die. 'rimis 1 > time
fourth wreck since Iarch I , cllulel by
malicious luUI .
lNE HORROR IN WYO \ \ lNG
Bodies of fifeen of the Kicl Rave Been
. REcovertd .
NO HOPE FOR OTI RS IN THE MINE
Exact Numb.r ( f : \rn In time Pit lllknown
but I. SUI'IJRed 10 I" " , HeNI
. 1rI\c.n Twemmty-rivo
amid Elfi ' .
EVANSTON , W'o. , : llrch' 20.-Al 5:45 :
this evening an explosion of gas occurre1 In
the Hocty Iountaln Coal anti Iron com-
pany's mlue No.6 al lied Common , seveu mlcs
from I'anston , with terrible results.
James n. lruce , minD foreman , amid cx-
county commissioner of Ulntah count ) ' , " 'y-
omlng , was Instanty killed by flying tmber ,
also five others. As far aa founc the others
WILLIAM SI LI.ElS , jr , rope runner.
BDWAHn COX , head car putters.
O. n. lIALTUY , superlutenlenl or power.
JEURY CILA'A'l"OltD ' , a boy .
Time other man has not been hlentfed , All ,
were killed by fying tmher.
J ' rom t lenty.f'e to fifty men were lu time
mInI at the time of the explosion. Al this
writing . they have not been rescued amid ore
cetain ! ) dcnd.
Ancrel Mason Is i bally injured , but may
recover. Aboul 150 men arc emplo'el In
this mine , but most of lhem hall gOle out.
Among those In the mine thoughl 10 be dead
are : Wlarl trown , John l erl , Samuel
Thomas and son , ell Mr. Durton , Samuel
lutchlnson and \llam Sellers , sr. , and son.
The covering of the slope amid buildings nt
the mouth were blown to sphimmters. The
mine was eonlcerel one of ! ie saresl anti
best conducted In the ftate.
Later-Elghl men have been brought out
from the mine so burned as to be past Ilent-
fcaton , with the exception or one , Jame
1.1mb. All hope of rescuing anybody alive
Is given UI ) . The death roll now nUlber
DENVER March 20.-A special ! to the
News Crom Evanston 1 , " 'yo. , says : "A force
of lwent-onl mcn his gone Into the maine
to recover the deal bodies of the men caught
In the mine , estmated to be from forty 10
seventy-five. ThD exact number I unascertainable -
tainable , and none of them can b alive . Two
have been brought OtmL Their names arc :
James Limb and Fred Morgan. They were
found In the man way. All are men of fami-
lies , as arc mosl of those nol yet recovered
The cause of the explosion Is a mystery , nl. !
though gas was always troublesome.
CUT 'fN TWO BY AN ENGINE ,
I'ataAccident In 1. 8 ! I. YRrds It foot
of Copltll . \ venue , '
Time mangled body of a man was dIscovered -
ered last night al 11:45 : In time D. & M. raIl-
tad yards at Eighth street and Capitol ave-
flue . The body was Cut In two at the waist ,
and had evidently been lyIng there for some
time . as time bOy was cold when round.
Carl Lund , the night clerk for time Dur-
Inglon , as he was mnklng his accustomed
trip 10 the upper yards to eheel 1 ' the cars ,
found the body He reported the fact to
Orcer ' Meals , and time coroner was notified.
The ground amid tracks In time vicinity
where time body was found \ero carefully
examined , and from Indicatons the man had
evidently gone down Capitol avenue to time
platform al the 10rth side of the Deerlug
buiding and falen to the tracks from the
east end of the platform , whIch Is about
twenty feel from the grommmmd . A large pool
of blood was found about twelve feet from
where the body was lying when found. Time
skull was crushed as though from a fall or a
very hevy blow.
Yard engIne No. 22 backed up over this
polnl al 1 o'clock for a short dIstance and
pushed lwo. cars. The body had been struck
by these nail dragged for a shorl distance to
a switch , where II cughl and remained
while the cars anti engine made two trips
over II. The engine was manned h ) P. Ar-
nold , engineer : O. Hungate , fremln : J , C.
Daulhet , F. A. Pjerou mind J. H. hunt brake-
nmeum Nol oue of the crew had notcel time
At the morgue a key ring was taken from
one of the pockets on which , was engrave
"I. D. Harts , 1216 Leavenworlh street. " I
was son learned that the body was that of
Isaac D. Harris , 'a stationary engineer In tIme
service of the Omaha Sleam Laundry company -
pany , 178 Leay-enworlh slreet. He was
about 4Oyoars old , and leaves a wife and one
child . The family residence Is 824 Sonth
( OL'S , ' TJCZKE1IX LlC TIlE 011.1 . NO JC ,
Ralph 11JIII"y leslJns from the l'rcM-
deney uf time COlpIIY ,
PITTSnUnO , March 20.-Ralph Daggaley ,
president of time Unied Stales mass com-
Imny , has resigned , and n. C. npley , for-
merly president of the company , has been
elected to time poaitiomm. Time United States
mass company has a con1lele monopoly on
time flint glass trade by a cOlblnaton of
nearly nil the factories In the country. For
the past eighteen monlhs the Irlnt mass
Workers union has been on a strIke against
the company for a recognition of the uulon
scale The strikers believe that the new
administration will adopt a more lIberal polIcy -
Icy wIth the worlnnen amid the strIke wi
be terminated soon . Poor health Is the relson
assIgned for ! r. Daggaley's resignatiomm .
FIGht lolwo.n ( minim RII NOlullun Ilel
DOW AOAC , Mlchm , larch 20.-Thls city ,
which Is the location of the Immense plant
of the Round Oak Stove works , Was time scene
of a serIous strife between union and mmon-
union immen . Lster Cooper , a nonunion man ,
was struck whim an axe and probahly fatally
Injure In the melee , which became general ,
mind I score of workmen were seriously In-
ured . Arrests have been made and II Is
feared serious trouble Is immmmuimment . The company -
pany , until a recent lockout , employed union
labor excluhively , The present trouble Is the
outgrowth of differences between employer
I"valunc" ly time lIUulll Tulo 1'orkmi ,
ST PAUL , larch 20.-The National Tube
Works company of Chicago , whIch Is gradu-
ally 8sumlng time appearance of a trust de.
signed to control the output Of wrought iron
pipe and plumbera' 5uJples generally . has
absorbed the wel known firma of I , 1.
Rugg & Co. of this city . ThD frl of I , p
Hugg & Co. Is one of time oldest In the city
and northwest well known to dealer throuhout the
I'at ( 'rowe's "Ictl Uelll ,
DEN\'EH , Colo. , March 20.-City Delec-
live AI Moore who wait last nIimt shot by
Pat Crowe , time fumous timid , died tonight ,
after the amputation or hlH leg , Several
arrests were made toda ) ' . All time suspects )
were suhselluenty rel'asel UK there was
no evIdence a/alnst timemmi Time Pinkerton
detectives state that they knew of Crowe'
presence In Denver unll were working to
cupture him when the shootng oecurr d.
I' I , . ' l.t-rfn ! 11""Y I' IHul Si iil omme rim's.
DETItOI'l' , lareh -The thIrd annual
, ' of the ' Hunda '
o nfen'nee Ireshterlan Hummday
Ichool 118110nlrils of the northwest ollelel
today In \\'l'stmlnlter l'hurch , 'Jherl arc
ahout twenty.lle1 slonurlel frol half
a Iln ) states IlrfHenl Hev , H. J Ferguson -
son or Iowa openel , the session wih u ills-
. C\II:11 oJ I mJllon8rlt ' ! ome , 1.1-
lIIILSZCL' TIHIST 'WIW TlhtN . IS : f" .
010 UuIUa.lln ! Collny ( olr" to Termim'
" 11 all h l.rmtlY ,
NE'a'OitK , March I 20.-Presidemmt Curls
of the Alerlcll DistrIbuting company made
a report today to the dIrectors of the 1)ia- )
tilling & Catlefeellg comllnny touchlug the
fnancIal questions nl Issue betlcen the two
companies , which was accepted nll n settle-
menl has been mal'e ' I hleh Is agreeable to
ChICAGO , March 20.-Negotiations are
now completcd which eel a combinaton of
nil the whisk ) ' Interests In the country anti
practically ISSlre to time SpIrits Distlng
association , of which Receiver ! lcNula of
the trust Is chalrmll , absolute control of the
spirit outpul of time United States There
was , the receivers of the trust claln , but
one large outstanding Inttrest , nll that an
eastern concern , whim which a satisfactory
settlement was rlchld , The executve coma-
mlteo of the Sllrls lstllnl ) assoelaton
I was II se8slon tel a ) ' , anti In cOllunlcaton
with representatives of the easlern concern ,
who were mretng In New York. A time
cncluslon of the immcetimmg here neneml Mc-
: ula , as chairman , annollcll thll a sat-
Isfnetory setemenl of < lrerencrs hall bNn
completed , ammO that only the citielal 1 notlfi-
caton of the olpJslng ! interests was neces-
eary to settle ! the alair , This , the receivers
claim , 11 effectively sience time oPllosllon
to the Ditling Issocatol from Cincinnat
amid places where time whisky Interests arc on
n firma anll paying basis. In nn interview
given to time , \ssoclate1 press , General Mc- I
Nuita salmi " associ-
Null slll : "The Spirits 19tlng -
aton Is mme trust. We Elmp\ act ns a con-
fcrenco of the distilling hJrests to Prevent
the enormous loses which hale heretofore
atenllell the manufacture of spIrIts. On time
basis no\ reached the Producer will receive
n fixed profit of one. half of I cent \er Proof
galen , auc the price of whisk ) ' will follow
that of grain All this clamor agalnsl the
'trust' Is Inslllrel by stock gamblers who
hope to malt mmmoney b ) batng time stock tip
anti down. Wih that element .lmlnatel time
success of limo receivership Is apsured amid 1
thlnlt I mmmay say It Is mmlm-ealy assure.l. The"
successful completion of limo efforts to effect
1 settlement ef time Illerences wih the oimt- .
stan lug rasler Interest will assure an amicable -
cable adjustment of all limo 1111clllc' which
have confrontec time distilling < associaton . "
NE\ ' YORK . lllrch 20.-Articles : of , In-
cJrpnaton : were f'ec lt the county clerk's
office today hy the Distilling amI Dstributng
company , wih a capital of $1.000,000. In
connection with the handlng of spirits II \ O-
distilleries. moses to do bu'lug , selng Inc delivering of
ChICAGO . Iareh ZO.-The Unlel Slates
circuit court of appeals handed down several
decsions tOla ) Time most Important case
was thai of the nl1pcal of the Whisky trust
from a decision of Judge GrosSCUI ! , gl\lng
Gottscimalk & Co. , agents of time trust , a jtmdg-
immemmt for $37,112. The comimpany suel 1mm tlm
lower court to recover that mimmmotmmmt of rebates -
bates , wimlcim it is clammed time trust refmmsed
to pay on time ground timnt time agents haul
imammdleml other simirits timami timose mmiammufac-
timred by time trust. Time case , wimicim was
knowmm as tIme rebate certificate case , attracted -
tracted mitcim atteumtioum iii time lower court.
Time decislomm of time lower court was afflrmmicil.
( ) UES T10.\'S (3 0 J'ElIN.STENT Fl U UIWS ,
Onmimigo Jomimi Emirnimir l'uts limo % imemit tim
Fnrnmors' iImimt , Much Iilglmor.
CHICAGO , March 20.-TIme Orange Jimild
Farmer this week , in discussing wheat reserves -
serves and commiparimig Its estimnase of 154O00-
000 busimels witim time government estimate of
75,000,000 bushels , will declare that the gov-
, . .fi.,4 , . . , . , . , . , . , , m.ie. . . . , , . . . . .
. Ut , . UUU tJ flJ Ut 1(1ST
o. . statistical experience , arbitrarily redmmced
time returns of Its dorrespoiident by from
50,000,000 to 60,000,000 busimels. 1mm proof of
this , it declares timat its returns and time gov-
ernmmment returns comae from the annie class
of peoimle , subject to the same mnfluezmccs , and
their figumres of percemitages of wheat eu time
farnm Is but little more timamt imaif that returned -
turned to time Farmmier. Time statistician of time
Orange Judd Farimmer was formerly assistant
statistician of the Agricultural department ,
nail is commeequmently fanmihlar with the work-
itmgs of timat office. If timis charge is true time
govormimmment correspommilents , time F'armmmer will
say , mmmmmst have reported 120,000,000 to 130-
000,000 bushels 1mm farmers' hands March 1 , 1mm-
stead of 75,000,000 busimels , as declared by time
M..ISY .4CE 1101'I.G 2 ( ) TI1I1 .SOU2Jl.
1"mrmmm Property 'I Iiroimghmou ttimit Sectlomm
licluig iiommglat by Nortimcrmio-s ,
BALTIMORE , March 20.-Thiq Soutimern
States Mmtgmmzine of Baltitnore Imas recently
hail reports from mt nimnmber of real estate
agemmts in differemmt parts of the imoutim ,
These reports simnw that time southward
moveimment of population is very great. One
firm In Atlanta has sold in mminety ilmmys amm
aggregate of 2,740 acres of tarnm property
for $30,700. The same fIrm Imas an order for
a tract of f0OO0 to 100,000 micres for colonies
of Swedes amid slmnilmir orders from Ne-
bram'ka , Peimnsyivmimmia acid Ohio for smaller
tracts for colonization. A Menipimis firm
imaa oid since September 1 21,625 iicres of
farm land 1mm MIssIssippi , Arlcmmnsaa anti
Loimlimiana for $1115350 , the Imurcimasers , Wimo
were in part from Iowa , Dakota. Nebraska
amid Illimmols , buying for immediate' occu-
ianc and cultivation , At Cemmtemville , Miss. ,
twenty-two fmurnms were sohmi to buyers ( rota
Illinois , Kumisas anti Pennsylvania ,
.II01t1i if i'lIRSCJC OF U1f00JICJ ) 11011K ,
Mayor Major's Em1rte to I'orpatmmmmto Ills
l'ovem' 1mm Toledo Im.mng tJmeovereil.
TOLFDO , 0. , March 2o.-'rime board of
elections today discovered additiommitl cvi-
demmee of crooked vot'k iii commmmt'ction whim
the Jmrinmar ) ' elections lmmmmt Friday night.
In canvassitig time vote of time Second wimrd
it was founmi timmut time returns fromn one pre-
duct were missing , ammd wimmit humus hnicomne
of timem is mmot. known. It is asscrtetl timat
timoy would immive elected time mmmiti-Mujam
delegmi tea , mm nil conseqmmemm II ) ' imlmm cOil hims tiiemm
in a mmminorlty In tIme coumvemmtiomi. 'i'imere was
some talk today of a milmeclmli sensiomm of time
gratmti jury being called to hmmvestigmmte time
alleged corrimimt lmmnctit's : , 'l'im" ophmoumemmtmm of
time mayor clalineti to have evimienee stmill.
ciontiy strong to convict several of imis
imromnimient workers ,
- - - -
Ehien itemcji Yitw's Emmgimg.ummeuit Aumnommmcoii ,
KANSAS CITY , Marcim 20.-Time Stam this
nfternmoomm imilmmts time fohiowlimg : Miss Ellen
tiemtciu Yaw is engaged to be mimarrieti , 'I'hc
emmgagemnetmt is time result of u.n exteummied
"Emermmonlimmm s'mnlmosiuni , " au time brimic-
groomn-to-be cimmurtmeti.mrlzeci It , aumd time mmmnmm
hum qumemution is HV , Vtmck , mu yoummg lawyer
emmmjmioyed by time St. I'aul ( lioie as a sjmechal
writer , nnhi private secretary to Federal
Arcimitect Fiwemrui ( P. Bamisunti , Nmmimc'rvisor
fem time new St. l'aui ; mOteiiiCo building. Air.
\'ack is also itmteuested iii art arid hits imuim.
ilsimed a lmook om two. 'rime iittte of time veil.
ding immms not been mixed ummd svlil not lie
ummtli Alias Yitw returns ( ioumm a yeimr's study
abrommil. She leaVeS Aimmerlea at time coumolim-
slomi of lien preeimt totmr.
( oi , so nyu t or for 31 rs , I I iii in ii mm ii , J. . I iii mon.
.ISTSTTSTI , n.,1. A . . .l'l. . lh.4 _
4'-Jb ' . . " . . , , . - ' , . - - - , , . , -
mick Cmimmsimiy was today mmppcmimmted ccii-
imervatur of time piomerty of Airs. "liamimontl"
JOimflBOfl , time result of lirrceedlmmgs instituted
imy time iuttem'a imumhaummi , Air , , ioimrmsomm ni-
ieged thmmmt lila wIfe hind gIven diamnoumuli. of
great value to imen eommcimmmman anti Imm.d
otimerwisum imciWfl lmermmelt imicapable or ummmtmm.
mtglimg imer affairs , Mrs. Joimnmmon aumlidllmitted
time muppoimmtmneumt of time commmmers'ator mmmmml die.
tmppeamm'd train time city , nmmd It Imi bellevel
sue huts left time state , hilme tOoi with her
$13,000 1mm batik emotes and 17,00' ' ) 1mm bonds.
I , mc.orporm.tI a g t Immi tmuim.rail U Ex 1)051 t iomm ,
IENVER , Macelm 20.-Articles of mi-or-
poration of time ( 'oiorado Mining anti lndums.
trial exposition vhil be Illod whOm the scene-
tmmr ) ' of mutate tomnorrow , Time Immearporatora
ivihl be 1) . 11 , Alofmttt , J. 13. ( Irant , John
Camnpion , V. Ii. hiusim , Al. J. MeNoinara ,
J. IC. ( 'lmomtte , Rodney Curtis , I" , S' .
Crocker , 'alter H. Cimeesemarm , ilenry It.
\'oleott uiii J , L , ilrmmsim. 'l'ime expommitloum
wIll be CtmlmitUhiZed at ll,000'O' ' ) in utimares of
Ii eacii , -p _ _ _ _
Fatted to I..icmmt.s tim. , I.vak iii limo U hut ,
CAItSON ( 'ITY , Nay. , Marcit 20.--Time only
tmei' tievelopumment iii time mnint scandal 1m tim'
report whicim remieimed here this e'euiiumg timat
two bats of golti imulhion hmmmd lieemm soiti re-
cermtly 1mm 'Irginia City to J. C' . l.ughmmm. , a
stock iroimrr. It Is also rt'purtpi mluat lIme
exact uniount of time simortage limuit beemi 11g
urod at AG4V , Tke saint mmmcmi stIll refuse Ii
\\1LL \ \ ALL COTO BOYD COUNTY
Btrrott scott's AUegetl Murderers \ViIl B
COMPROMISE REACHED AT CONFERENCE
l'nlqnmmcr , Agree to ( in ( lmm'r , lVmmise Iitmuma.
tmmu t ii liii i'mmnm helm flaiL 1mm t in Stmmmm
of l5,0H ) Eneim for A lImm'mmr-
nmiee in ) tmmy.
O'NEILL , Neb. , Aimircim 20.-Spcclal ( Telo-
gram.-Attorncy ) Geumeral ( Jlmtmrcimill mmml tim
nttormmeys for time uicfemmse reacimetl ami agree-
mmmemmt t imhs cvermimmg a mmmi al I t lie lirisa ners lmeltl
here for the mmmtmrmier of Barrett Scott wtl *
be ttmrumeii over to Sheriff Stniulltord of lioyut
coimnty 1mm time mmmorumimmg. lie viii take lucia
at. omice to liutte' . Timey wIll be taimemm tleforG
Jmmdgo Sluice amid will be lmiaceil tmmmtic'r $5,00G
bomitis eacim to apimear before time district court
at ilutte 0mm May 7 , 1S95 , to stmmmmtl tnimmi for
the mmmtmrtler of llmmrrett Scolt.
It. was agreed in time cotmference timat tins
lirleoners wommlul tvaivo exmmmmilnntioim , nial titus
ammmoiimmt of time homimi was also mmgrecii impomi.
Simerhif Siaumdiforti receIved a teicgrammm front
imis deputy at litmttc ammmmotmmieimmg hum cafe an-
rIval there with time lmrimommer , Stammtoum , Jammio
l'tmmkermmmamm will probably be arrested toimtgimt.
amid takemi to lltmtto tommiorrow vitim time ottiers.
Attorney ( Icmiermmi Clmtmrcimill left this even-
tag for Atlciumsomm , frommm wimlcim imiace ime will
go to iCeya I'alma coimmity to look mutter time
lymiciming of Airs. lioltomm , tmear hirecimsbmmrg.
Aitmilhlmamm , Elliott , harrIs ammmi ltoy
were commthneti during the day Itt
time hiolt cemmmmty jaIl , where timey were piacc
hmmimmiedlntely tufter their arrest , whIch wan
mantle abommt 10 o'clock last mmiglmt by Slmeri
himmummiitomm. The sheriff cialmmmmm timmit a varrant.
was swormi ommt for timeir mmrrest , 0mm wimichi
autimonity lie arrested timemim , Time lIce repro- .
snmmtative was at time coimmmty judge's 0111cc , but
faIled to flimmi a commiimialmmt there , mmor cammid ho
fimmui out vlmetimer a warrant was immammed for-
their arrest frommi that oullce , Jummigo Mc-
Cmttclmumm is otmt of time city auimi imis son is.
looitimig after time 0111cc today , amid lie Wa
unable to say wimether time varrammts vero
Issued or not. Cotmaty Attormmoy Mmmrpimy soya
lie does mmot kmmomv aimytimtmmg abotmt time ro-
arrest of time mmmcli or wlmo swore out tiun
warramits-timat ime Was umot comisimited about
time case amid ime knows mmotimimmg atiommt iL
1IlNIt\ STANTON ARItES'l'El ) .
Simeniff Standiford of lloyd commmmty arrested
Henry Stammtomm about 11 o'clock this mmmonmmimm
ammil hO is mmow 1mm tIme cmmstody of that oiflccr.
After time arrest lie wmms takemm to mmcc lila attorney -
torney , Al. F. llarnimmgton. Stammtomm will probably -
ably be taken to lloytl cammmmty tim's mmftermmoan ,
Time dlsmmmissai of time case last mmigimt ammd time
rearrest of time men by time officers of timiB.
commimty is time sole tOlmic of commversatIomm upon
time streets this morning amid mmmany mire tiio-
comijectures of time possible outcoae : of time recent -
Sheriff Statmmlifortl made a demimanmi for the-
prIsoners timis afternoon , lie was Iumiorumiet !
that owing to time presemit condition of attains
they could not be turned' o' r td imIni.
Attorney General Churchill amid Al , F. hiar-
nington , attorney for tue defemitiamita , w erotu
consuttatmon lids evetung. 'oimmmng was uonu-
by the attorney .gemrat thmls afterhoomh. 116'
was waiting to see what de'velopmients Lim&
would bring fortim. Time greatest mmmyster
obtains as to wimo swore out time ccmmmplain.
agaimmst time prisoners now in jail. No on
seems to know' who it wits , and diligent.
humqtmiry ammiomig time attonmieys fails to securO
time desired immfornmmttion.
Omie of Simoniff Stamidifonti's deptmties left
tlmimi afterumoon for Boymi coumity t'ltlm iIenry
Stanton , wimo was arrested , Time road tG
Butte is rlgimt throtmgim the vigllmmmmtes' strong-
iiolii. and timey will cross time Nlobrara river
elm Wimlting's bridge , wimero time body of tjm
murdered ox-treasurer was faummmi.
Omme of the deputies froni Boyil county , im
company witim City Marsimiml hail of this city'
arrested Augimst. Oimenlcm at his hmomime about
sixteen miles nortlm of timis city this after-
1100mm , amid ime was brought to this city ani
Is now 1mm time ctmstody of the lloyd county offl-
daIs. The officIals will keep Imim hero to.
night , and will take him to Bo3'.l county tomorrow -
morrow , where they will go before Judga'
Slumse for a prelimimlnary cxamimmatiomm.
Sheriff Staniliford Informed The Bee reporter -
porter timis eveniimg that time lmnicommors were
arrested last nlgimt lillOli a warrant wimch ! ime
saw , altimommgh lie dId miot know who made the
campiaimmt. It was rimunoreml tmpamm time streets.
here today timat , timey were placediui jail at
time request of the attorneys for the defen
atmil witlmout a warrant belmig issued , All the
warrants in time possession of time lloyd county
oflicials were mnade out emi conmplaltmt of Dell
Mlcen , cimargimm' the prisoners with time mur.
der of Barrett Scott.
BUTTE , Nab. , ( Via Stuart , Nob. ) , March
20.-Demuty Lauicaster arrived mit Butte to
nIght witim Harry Stanton , under arrest for-
be1ni itmmpfleated intheScott mnurder trial.
uonsuaome imooten us VXmJCdti.Mi iummmzmm. uviima
timreo more prisoners. No trouble is untict.
patcil , altimommglm time jail i under heavy guard.
OTlIth0 Nlt' J 'rilE liOI.TIJN CASE.
( 'ounty Attorumey Lommr has ltettmrimet to.
SirIIIgvl.uv to ulivmtlt 1)ovoiopimmemmtil.
SPRINGVIIIW , ( VIa Ainswortim ) , Neb. ,
Alercim . 20.-Simecmni-Commrmty ( ) Attorney
Lear retmmrmmed fromn time Iloitomi manrim today.
'fhmci'o are no miew uievelopmmments. 1)rs.Veb -
ster aimmi hi'ans of thus place immauhe a potummor-
temm ) exa ummlmmation , wimicim alias ed that Ales.
Iloltoum caine to imer ticutim by umtraimgmmhation1
which agrees with time coroner's lnqmmest ,
. % 'ICOII ( ) PlO.h1il. ' Li'i'JILEI ) 1'It , IIISON' .
. 'mlob Tmukemu limo LmtuY I , mto Its Owua ilantie
lii 'I'rmmumiimsseo ,
1CA\'E'fT1V1LLU , Temmn , , Mauchu 20.-News
has reacimemi imere that Harriet Tmiiley , colored ,
vas imnmigetl night imeforo last imy a imiob nemi
Peteniiurg , She was tmspet'tcm1 of burning
time dwelling of Air , Martlmall mmear hero
( cmv ummummUms ago.
ltelimmt Itegemit. , % % 'amm 'i'oplmeavy ,
NEW YOIIK , Murcim 20.-Conmtmmander
Fmtmnk Foummammd , stuthummeti at time hirooklyn
navy ) 'audR os duet of t'eummttrluctlumm , imaim
today : "Jtmat afier time Columimlmlmmuu naval
celebraticxm time Itciummu ltegcmmtm , win , iii our
large dry dock 1mm emir mmnvy ymirmlmt hero , ammul
I hind a gmiu'l ' clmminco to Htti'ly ' hem' iotemts
ihimo svan aboumt lime lutist top imemmvi' $11111 L
ever i4mtw , liar otllcu-ra ttmfornmnl ummu that
stme Immuti 4t touts or w'mmte'r lnmmummst mum mier
.lmmtmidc lmott uimmh3 to kecim im tim' ( m-tmmm molling-
0er , Ilimo imad ma greet mimmioUmmt of ( moo boarti
mmd ) mem imea'y battery vmia mmmnmmnttmii toq
hugh. Simo wmLm3 a. CImlenlid ( eximtmml'ie ' of wimat
a mmmut'al commel rmmctor mmimoui'i ' avoId , \'imon w
took imer out of time dry dock here I wus im
deadly feat' almo womiltl tOpimle tiver , "
'l'hu roe Clii I II roum II Imrgm cmi I mu liomi I Ii , -5
F31'ltIN(1F11114) . Ale. , Mnrc'im 20.-Timreo
eimilmli'en of ( 'lmam lea lIons , a imiboter , werG
Imicketl 1mm timelr ihomne while time Imaremmts went
visititmg , A Imumnp was left Iimnmmimmg ; and time
bemuse cimtigiit tti 0 , All tIme cimlImli-n wet'
but-ned to deaths , All vore umidei' 3 years o
uge. _ .
) lov.uimeumls mif mrmigotiig ' .ssils . , lmmrcim 9t
At Glasgow-Arnlvctl-AmU'imOi'la , from Nev
At Queemistowmm-Ai'rlved-Teutommlc , fromz
New Yuuk ,
At New Yc.rlc-Aruled-Fulthm , feommi lire.
mmmen ; Nornianimttt , from Genoa.
At hJostoim-AmnivetI-l'ataiwiifl , from Liver.
reel , .
, tt JLotterd'amn-Arrl ed-Vcemmlammm , frorm
New York , -
At Tunis-Arrived-Aumgmmtml , froexi.
( lermoa for ilamnlmurg , 4
At UVnimol , % rnived-'feutomiiq , ( noun New
york.t : t New 4rniyed-Y'esterlaulLi , fro *
Aatwerp. Majctl1 tromn Lt'crl'o(4. (
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