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ESTABLIShED JUNE 10 , 1871. ' O\AlIA , FRIDAY MOItNJiNG : , : MARCII 22 , 1895. SINGLE . COpy FIVE C.1 N'rS.
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STATE COUNCIL ADJOURNED
Emperor Wihm Congratulates Them on
the SUCCES ) of Their Labora
VA UBLE ( Bf SS FOR GOVERNMENT ACTION
neelnru 10 WIll 01"0 11/ 1'eron1 Atten-
ton to 1'ltllJ Inlo 1'Ifct : the He-
eOllrll"tllI If the Cllncil
- Ubllle.tvlh 'rhnnks. ) ,
DEn.IN , March 21.-Emperor William
: formally c0s the sl"slons ot the state
. In he mallo speech
council today 10 doing a '
In which hc said : "After an ar.luous . 11s-
eusslon ot eight days you have now reached
the end ot your laborR. If , perchance , the
result doc $ not satIsfy In every respect the I ,
high eXllcctalons formed In some quarters ,
It Is nevertheless of great moment to the
government . whose task Is to employ nil
effective means ot relieving the distress In
lIuslanry that your deliberations renlerell [ i
the limits attainable In thin .Iomal more
clearly apparent after exhaustIve ( hiscuSslon .
I Is universally mlmlle1 ( [ that the agricultural -
: tural ( dlstre , Its cames and sequences , be-
aldcs the careful examination ot the reledles ,
which hlvo heretofore been propose1 [ either
publicly or In the course ot your thicussion
form a valuable basis on which the govern-
mont may fouml future Ieclslons.
"The technical knowledge and practcal ex-
perlelho which are htre represented , ali to
which expression has been given during the
, course or the debates , afonl mo an especIal
guarantee that the ProPosals resulting tram
our deliberations will prove when conslderid
by the government , to bo suitable and Ilract-
cable. Such rcmedl(8 , however , as are ree-
, , , , nIni hv "ni In hn ! ! NIIINI to attain - - the
' , h.- ' _ , , _ . w . . . . . . u _ . . - - ,
end In view . or Impractical . - or dangerous - - - to
the malntcnance of constItutional an1 [ ccon-
011c order , anti are , accordingly , rejected , the
governineilt wl bo nib with less hesitation
to e1chHlo Cram further consideration , anll
their decisions I Intend shall ho carried Into
effect WithoUt dela ) ' . In conclusion , I beg
you to consllel' your part In the maier and
' - to Inculcate the country I\strlcls within
your reach with the feeling that when , In
the future , other questous similar to the
present financial distress and the measures
to he talen for Its relIef excite the mInd , the
goverment should be Ilnelllel , ) pettoned
' the aoption oC suitable ,
with the view of mlopton suiable
measures for securIng suitable relief. I In-
tend at once to give my personal attention
to the requlslo measures , and I neces-
Imry , to snlmon the state council. In co -
Ins the proceedings I beg 10 offer you my
Before the a1ournment the state council
adopted a resolution declarIng that the pro-
posals or Count Van Kanitz , the agrarian
leader for the establishment oC a state
monopoly In grain , were Incompatible with a ,
correct Interpretation or the present position
or tie state regarding , industry and Inter-
national trade , and were Irreconcilable with
Germany's commercial treaties.
DIOlB1S UIIIJ V11'h1 1'OLICE.
Trouble Growing Out If the 10hln ! of I'
Market In the Strpet.
LONDON , March 21.-For Clree evenings
past Throgmorton street In the cRy portion
or London , a thoroughfare where , after
hours a curbstone marlet Is held has been
a scene of great disorder. Throgmorton street
being quite narrow , the assemblage or brokers
) . almost completely blocked It trom 4 p. m. to
6:30 : p. m. On Tuesday and Wednesday
evenings there , \as no serIous trouble , although -
though the 1)011CCvere vigorously chuffed.
This evening , however , when the brokers
gat'lred In Throgmorton street , the police
diverted vehicles unnecessarily Into that
thoroughfare with the view oC dispersing the
crowd. Mr. Paxton , a prominent member of
the Stock exchange expostulated with a po-
lice inspector and , this caused a renewal oC
the disorder , resulting In the arrest oC Pax. .
The arrest caused great excitement and a
crowd at brokers atempted to rescue the
1 ' prisoner , who had been taken to the police
taUon through a by street. TI brokers
ieemed pleasel trat a 11romlnent member oC
the Stock exchange was arrested , declaring
that the whether
ton strr"t can bo used after hours as a mar-
. - Itt wi " nrw bo settled. The general opinion
exprossCl Is that the police wi bo worsted
DS u market . his blen held In that street
wIthout interference for years . tim street
dealings being chlel ) ' In American and South
African securities. . I
. ( IANltl 1 U JI.Ui MOIRittTE.
5.C'llIt Thoujht * IrlnR n Uhnnod Oplnon !
In thin ' ,1iitter.
LONDON , March 21.-'bo rolowbg semi-
official statement was obtained by the Asso-
, Ialed press tonight hi regard to the troublt
between Great Britain and Nicaragua :
General BarrIos , the Nicaraguan envoy ,
I r London whel the Irlhh maio demands
for compensation In the sum 15,000 for the
epulsion from luefelds or Mr. latch , the
lrllsh consular agent there , aUI uho for the
appointment or n committee .0 adjudicate the
damages sustained by the persons and Ilrop-
erly or British subjectc expelled from the
1losqulo reser\llon. General larrlos , 1 Is
inderstood has since submitted tie mater
to the Ionrment oC the Unlel States , with
the object or enlisting sympathy and ald.
'fho stalemcnt that threat Britain stipulated ,
that 10 cItizen at the United States should
110 a member of the commission mentonll Is
inaccurate. I Is the opinion In diplomatic
circles hero thai time demands oC Great
Ilrlaln are eXCllltonaly somali and , time aggra-
vatonarmntoJ even severer mcasurcs.
JtV.tI'RSI : : 1"1 : la' blnNOHOUNU ,
II0I'lrll,1 to Un" Ileen "een ( OI the .hult ,
LONDON , March 21.-The Times has this
dispatch Crom its S'mlghal corresllondent ,
which wl bo pUblshel1 tomorrow : A Japan-
cso feet Is reported off the Iescadol' hla1ls ,
which lie a short distance 10 the eastward of
central Vormosa l . being separate < 1 from that
island ' by the straits at Vornmosa , Torpedoes
to prevent the entrance at the ships have
been ji1acd 11 the ( harbor at Amoy , a treaty
110rt ot the province oC I ' nlln , which Is
selllrdlell fl'oln the Iescador Iblands by the
IlrrOW lescldor chiunnei.
' tram the north
Telegrams report that many
JallUICte'csbels arc off SiiunIahm-Rmmnami and
ICiim Chow on the Unit or I.lao-hiung.Tong.
1 Is eJlctell that there wi bo un early
landing of Japanese forces lt the o Iloris.
J' ' . tn"tll Ihll 11 "rlIIA' " * MR.lo tn 111.
I.ONDON Marl'h 21.-Sir l'tward Gray ,
rrllnK to 1 question In time 1boUu or Coin-
aloha tollS ) ' regarding the tHntment at
Chief 1Italfl ot aamOl , nceoidin to a
ri'eently : Illhlsh d letter of nccollnK lob"lt
I.\ull 5te'etisoii. said that wlWI Mllttarl
) 'lelll',1 ( he was given no ussuimmmce 'ept
that hlH Ifu would be aSSUrIC' . ( : ' 11
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1"111111 of Chic 1.,1 I'nlrh.
YICTOIIA. n. C. , March 21.-Time st"aI01 :
Miseimlet , trol the vest coast , reports the
folioing lenllg catChr : nora Seward , 55 ;
J\lle , 95 : Iemmtrice 7 ; 'I'ritmmnlihi , 1 : : 1ay
1Iel . j6 : .llolea , 51 I : I < nlhlrlne , tI ) . ' 'h\
weallcI' hnl been very , ollh , 1111(1 < the
duwimbog ur soimie Indian haulers Is
drowlln ! 80lt 11lul re-
Jlol.tel. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
1111.h 'uhjecIs AuI' bhl(1 ( for ' 'hol.cl" .
i.ONION . March 2.-11Ie rlprelentlt\e
of time ssot'iatci1 11rcMI learns that the
li'itIshm coycrl\ent has sent mme Instructons
10 10noluiu regarding the releaH' of time
llllsh subjects who wel'U sentenced to liii-
prlaol\cnt tor cO\\lclY In the lecent ro-
't , oust IiisilIg. ' _ _ _ \ _ _ _ _
. , U nr /1 Not I. . , II'dan" ' .
(1''Y 0- MEXICO , March : -The I report
that war hind becim declared between
wlr hud beel decltred between Iex-
leu and Guatemala nnd 1 > orlul1nl had
been summoned to intel IIvrl I > untrue.
llSS JISrl'lCli U .1 , ' 'or lJ.llWU.
lut I II i Said the Ix-N.hrn knn "II Leave
fRttl for A'"s'ln ' '
SEA TLE , Wash " , March 21.-Special.- ( )
The investigation or harrison Dostwlck has
en.ll . by the commIttee or attorneys , to whom
was referred the atatter . finding that the
charges ct falsifying a eonwllnt were not
proven. This conclusion \3 bame4 on the
testimony at the fIle clerk and the stenog-
rpher In the ofce ot Wiey & Dostwlck ,
who each salt that the alterations had been
made In the complaint before I was fed In
court , but thal they hal \ neAlectNl to change
the copies served on the parties defendant to
correspond . The commllee oC the bar , on
this showing Ilelnell to fasten the guilt oC
the aCcusation on Boatwick although thsre
was no satisfactory explanation uf the nt-
tempted changes In the his pendens and the
otflc. ltn notice fed for record In the auditor's '
lostwlek was attorney fcr the Stetson &
Post Mill company In a smut against Mary F.
Thompson and husband nn action on a mmiate
rlalman's len to recover $330 for lumber fur-
nlhed the Thompsons for a residence In Lln-
denau addition . all when suit was com-
mence1 he fell a len atl lbs pOndens on
lot I , block 2. There were a number of In-
lervencrs , and when the case came up beforetime
the court the .lsco\'er ) ' was : : \Ic that the
c0l1pllint dId not correspond with the copies
served emi the parties defendant 'he (1e
scripton had bezn changcd from "lot 1.
block 2 , " 10 "block No.2. " As the bouse
In realty stnnds upon a porton or lots 1.
15 and [ 16 , block 2 , the lien under the description -
scrIpton first given was valueless.
Whcn time announcement was made that the
description had heemi changed , several or the
attorneys recalled , a conyersaton with Ihost.
wick In which they had told him of his error
but he hind [ Insisted that the complaint was a'
right. Yet nn examinaton or time papers
I showe1 [ that the entire second page of the
complaint hal , lem rewritten. In the orlgin'l
the words "Iol 1 In" endEd a line , all the
change was easily made by omitng them In
copying the page. But the attorney appears
In int'o m""rolnl hlmooff fnr In t th . "r.ln.1 !
imle i " 'lp ; : II : -.h ; ; ; ' - , il - ' 'I " ' names m of .
Parties In capials , while In the altered complaint -
plaint the names are In lower case. During
the Invstgatcn by the commlte : some tsti-
loony was offered tendIng to prove that Bost-
wick went Into the aUI ' tor's olce and at-
temiliel to change the len notice and lie
penlens [ also , bUt was dlscoverel by one of
the deputes , who hall a sharp converaton
'hen the question came up In the superior
court Judge Iangley referred the matter to
Orange Jacobs president of the Seattle Bar
association , 'who In turn appointed John
Arthur , George lyle Preston and Alfred I
Bate a commllee to Invstgate , This com-
immittee . after numerous Esslons extending
labor over tim past ten days , has just finished its
A Ihough Bostwick nominally has the deci-
Sian It Is unlerstod he Intends to leave for I
Alaska by the next steamer , and malte a new
start In the gold-bearing territory under the
.J.U'IX lJUES JiTIh'tXT l'BICE.
\'llce of the People I Stl Loud tl Con _
tnul ( tin % 'ar.
I YOKOHAMA , March 21-I Is expected
the negotiations for peace between China and
Japan will not be successful. The army Is
time domInant power In Japan , and the mmmiii-
tary , men are bent on continuing the cam-
paign Fresh troops are being hurried Cor-
wanl. In the House oC nepresetatves no-
tco has been given of a melon declaring
that the time for peace negotiations has not
hONG HONG March 21.-Time Japanese
feet has blocked Tamsul , a treaty port or
China on the norlhwestern coast at the Island
oC I ormosa.
No rlNG IIL4tttIJ UJ' TJI IHENE YET
Identity of the Schooner Sunk by the ! pnn-
lards Stilt In Ioubt
TAMPA Fla. , March 21.-The fate of the
schooner Irene , which was reported as having
been dlsmasted and sunk by the Infanta
Isabel Is still shrouded In mystery. I Is
stated that the Irene has for some time been
under suspicion and that time officials or the
United States and Spain have been watching
1ler. Time last heard or her she was In the
vicinity oC Boca Grande.
1in Clara Acosta has arrIved tram 1atan-
zas , Cmiba She reports that tim civil guard
and about eighty Cuban cItizens met In con-
filet there on tim night of the 13th Inst. ,
and thaI tie latter were forced to beat a
hasty rotreal. One Cuban was wounded. I
Is rumored there that nlC blacks are conspIring
to rise ugalnst the whites. Cubans claIm
that this report Is being circulated by l'ne
Spaniards In tha hope of dividing the Cuban
Corces. On the 6th Matanzas was patrolled
by Iho Spaniards and cannons were wheeled [
Into place In front or the Jai , where a double
guard was stationed. , These precautions
alarmed time Inhabiants , Negroes who
chance to bo out late lt night there arc
hall'd by the police arid 6110t on the slightest
pretext. 'l'hmo Spaniards who have served
their tlmo In the mIlitia ore being recalled
Into service from al parts or the island . ,
Latest estimates are that In the vicinity
of Guantanamo there are fully 0,000 Insur- , ,
gents. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
StdtIN tilts SENT NO ANI AS YJn
% 'muIthimg for Replies from Cutl' Irnrdln !
I ho l'lrlnl on the . \lhlca.
MADIUD , March 21.-The under secretory
ot the foreign ofllce , Senor Viilaurrumtl , In
In interview today , fall that no reply hal
been given to the Unle1 Stales minister , : Ir.
Taylor , regarding llO question ot the firing
UIOI the Amel'lcan steamer Allanea , pend.
lug the reeehlt oC officIal news trom CUb.1 ,
trom time governor gentral at that Island ,
Co 11ja , and tram the conllanler or the
Spanish war shIp concerned , prrsumably the
Condo de Veimandito . Senor Vtllurrul said
he considered the language oC the American
press on the subject exaggerated anti thought
the commlnler [ or the Spanish war ship incapable .
capable of acting rsh ! . In time opinIon of
the unler secretary Iho Allanca was un-
doubtely chalenged In Cuban waters and
Ilould have 11ald heed to time signal at the
war shill ) instead ot rnnning away In a suspicious -
piciousanner. . In conclusion Senor VII-
laurrnl recalled time fact that contraband of
war Crom AUlerlca had been anlppld to Cuba '
I dmmrlmmg former rebllione. lie also remarlted
timid lie believed [ the matcr wouli bo Iml-
cubly settled . _ _ _ _ _ _ _
l'I.ISI VI' 1'111' ( Il" OUft\UI : : .
" cirit Stories frum Arl0111 Coimiirmmmeui .
mu l'mrkliim Soltiler .
LONDON , larch 21.-The correspondent In
Armenia oC the Daily News lends to that
po per a slory toM by a 'uIIlsh soldier wlo
took part In the Sabfoln outrages , und who
has sInce quitted the arl ) and fled across
the Hnulan border . Ills story confrms the
worst I1COUUt5 at the Outrages ' 'hl Turk !
50)'S that two Inlnen80 Ireleh s were lug
and the soldier leers told off into parties
to butcher the imiimatmitants. For a Ind one
party or another : was marched at nightal
10 time tnnches , Ihere the sellers were
ordered . 10 ba'onet und hutcher batches of
unarmeI , hrlpllh Artmieimtaime
In an editorial comment on the foregoing
dl&IJlteh , the DaIly News says : "The ordinary -
nary calculatous ot dllllolRey can have no
Illaco In time deliberations of the powers In
this crisis oC the ratr or Armenia "
. \ .I.I.l'CAlltl U lI.11 11 > 1. . .
Slnrllul1111101 uf me ilav.iii " t 1'1' '
I tn'crlhl c lil I 1"1111 ,
0 I.V\NA , Cuba , March I.-La Lueha u.
eerie tha time steamship Alliance , wien fret
on by the Span"h cruiser Coude tie'ena. .
dlto , hid Oi board the Cuban rebel general .
Anlonto I.ce" . alHI his brother , Jose ard
Ihat Ih. Idl.lelIhem at : ali ) ' lo le.
The "Ieam"r 1\IOnlu Xlii. arrIved al
Ouantln"11 ) 'elerd.y whim Live ballloni
ot cdona IntU.ln' : , which were embarld at liar-
TREASON TRIALS - ARE ENDED .
Seward Will Bo n Ootenrarian When His
Sentence is O mpotot1.
. HAWAIIAN REVOLT - A TIlING OF hISTORY
Last If thl , 'rlllPI ln\o had Scntenco
I' lscd 11\1 'Flmniit-Mmujor Seuvard's
l'IlcOIR 1\111'fal to no Slut
nll 1010'Uelly ,
NEW YORK , larch 21-A special dls-
patch to the World Cram 10noluiu says : Time
recent rebellion Is now legally a thing at the
past , for time jude amivocate or the military
COl mIssion has announced that time govern-
ment had mme more cases ot trcason to bring
before that body Time lat lot of prisoners I
sentenced were twenty-live ragged and pov-
ert-strlcken natves who were given a brie
trial oceupylng less than an hour's time .
antI they were husted ) 0 ( to the penitentiary
as one man. Twenty-three or these natives
were sentenced to five years Imprisonment
and two to six years eacll ,
No one Scens to know what action wi betaken
taken In the case at the exquceimvlmo Is
stl a prisoner la ono or the rooms or time
Ilalaee. Time ex-queen contInues In good
henlth. At the conclnslon or her trial for
treason , whIch occupIed but three days , a
number of well Imown Americans ali some
ot the more 11rol1nent women oC 10noluiu
culled twice upen Presldenl Dole to Inter-
cede In her belmalf. Generous offers Were
math to haye 'Ier released emi bond , bnt the
gnl'ernment onclals refused to consider the
O"rr 300 political prisoners have been sentenced -
tenced 10 tHms c hnprlsonment In the Ilenl-
tenllar Ind fuly JOO othere have either been
bammihhed , or released on parole. One thin ,
Is certain , lmowever there will be no capial
executions. 1001 after the conylcted rebels
wure sNltenced to death time 10noluiu news-
lalHrs reprinted the declaration oC United
States enators Whie , Teller , lorgal , blow-
Icy , Cal a \1 others who were opposed to
callial IJnl11lent. and It Is salll that tt
was oIling to these statements that Presi-
dent Dolr and h\ cabinet concluded It to bl
bedt t change the dEath sentences to long
terms or Imprisonment. Seward , the gray
amid bent alI veteran of th9 Grand Army or
the Hepublc , will bo a 11le ! more than 101 '
years 01\ \ when he has served out his sentence -
tence , If lie lives until then. ThIs American
prisoner , Seward , after having received \lls
thlrty.fvo years sentence to the penitentiary i
made a piteous all pathetc appeal to Presi-
dent Iole On behalf of Major Seward and
at hIs request JoaquIn Miller undertook to
carry to PresIdent Dole a message asking
for mercy. Jts substance was an entreaty
by Major Seward to be taken out and shot
rather than be kept In prIson. When this
message was delivered to President Dole he
was started not a lte , Ho Is a man oC
ImposIng presence and courteous anti kind
to a degree. After being told and retold
that Seward Insisted upon being shot , time
pre'dent made thIs filial statement : "I Ion't
thlnl there Is a man In that 11rlson who was
adjudged guilty of a political crime who wl
have . . to . serve . - out _ u. his sentence . . I he does
what eider Is best right. for \'e . " imave done wlat1'0 con-
MONAnCmSTS CRY FOR ANNEXATION.
WAShINGTON , March 21.-Lato advices
received hero from Hawaii state that Charles
D. Wilson , confidential advisor oC the ex-
Queen , John Colbern one DC her cabinet at
the tme she was deposed Antonio Hose , ex-
attorney general under time king , and John
Richardson , tormerly on the queen's stat-
all or them prominent royalists-have taken
part In forming an annexation cub among
the Hawaiians. This Is regarded as a
declaration among the chief royalists that
the monarchy Is dead for all time. At a
recent meotng In Honolulu these prominent
royalists took part In forming a constitution
and artIcles oC belief. These state :
, , artcles
1. We believe that the republccan Corm
of government has come to stay In these
" 2. Wo believe that every person shoull
assist the government In the carrying outer
or its policy oC political annexation or these
islands to time United States. "
The third artcl3 declares that the present
Dab government secures liberty , security
free speech and free press , restriction of
Aslato emigraton and cable communication.
Time constitution restricts members ot the
new organization to natives or those having
Hawaiian blood or foreigners who have
married In Hawaii . !
There was no fresh developments today ,
concerning the demand for Mr. Thurston's I
recali. All parties mnlntaln silence. The
next step , It Is presumed , will be acton
by hawaii on time request or Secretary
1"UU'J ) TIE lllIISUNS a UITl' .
lus"I11 : Goes for Ute In.l . the Wlf" for
BUFFALO , March 21.-Clarence Robinson
has been round guilty of murder In time second
degree and his wife , Sadie , of manslaughter
for the killing oC Montgomery Gibbs. The
verdict was rendcred hnmedlately upon the
opening at court today , the twelve men havIng -
Ing been out since 2 o'cloek yesterday after-
So Intense was the interest In the outcome
that time city hal corridor were crowded
long before time hOlr ot opening the conrt.
Sumerilt's deputes struggled with time throng
to keep them from burstIng In time court room
doors I was with difficulty that a passage -
sage was cleared for the entrance ot the
haniculed 11rlsoners and the judge . When
the jurors were In their places the Intense
straining or atenton to hear theIr verdict
made the court room as silent as a lamb.
The jury was a8II [ : "Gemmtiemen , have
you agreed upon a verdict ? " .
Time venerable . foreman replied : "We
" 110w do you find ? "
"Clarence Hohlmon gui ) , or murder In
the second degree ; Sadie Robinson , guilty or
manslaughter. " ,
A mete fem a new trial was denied nod
the court sentenced Robinson to life 1m-
mont and hIs wife , Sable , to twenty years at
1lIUU l ! U.JJ .t 11.1 fn UJ lHl I. lUX ,
I10w 011(1 the Situ In I UUlljH10n 1115e
IUII . " "lk.
SAN DIEGO , Cal , March 21.- robbery
Is reported front nsenada , Lower California ,
by which Dorm Manual lUverol , the shipping
anti cOlmlsslon merchant , and Godbe & Co. ,
bankers , are losers to the alount ot over
$ l , OOO. A gold bar valued at about $13,000
was plueed In charge at time Hvcrol Ilenc )
Monday by the Ibrra Gold Mining cOlpany
for bhlllent to this city . Other gold bars
or Hmaler value were also In mverol's Ilos
session awaItIng shipment to banks here
'f I C ) ' were placed , together wih the big bar
1rol the himarra I mines , In the safes at the
once , which were blown open wlh dynamite
some time last nlCht nail the contents to-
immoveil Gndbe's bank ale lost $ 3.00. Time
thieves are believed to vo In nsennda , but
poues are scouring the country In that vicinity -
I ) ' In tearch of timemmm A lberal reward Is
offered for their appreimensioum
l"hl U. . time . Jailer muimd 1"1uo,1 , 1'11",1 , ,
\V1CIII'FA , Kun . larch 21-A speclnl to
the ' : from Woodward Old.
1'I\le , Olt. , tonight
sI's that three Ilsllel men went Into the
county jaiber'ai olco wlh rifles arid liii.
crated all the 111 tone 111. 'l'hey larchel anl the
rout a hiI mile over the prairie
udJolnln lown , where they kept him ioimg
nouRh for the ( prisoners 10 get awn ) ' be-
fore thC alarm could be Ivcn. Among the
not,1 , Ilrlsonrr" ralea et [ mire 'room Yo e"
CU Ithr and Curiey Dennl" A ItOKse I' '
or"lullnl to scour the country
:1lltIOrIIUI HaleH c of 111 Wie ,
POll'I'fAND , Ore . Mmtmchm 21.- lrl. F . \ .
( "urIc . wle cf the manaln editor uf the
Orefonlan , died today or heart failure. Mrs ,
Carlo wus wel known In St Paul , where
her imu1'mmnti ' was managing editor or time
1ionecr-1'ress for ) 'UT.
JlJW .l Iuix.q.fLio.vjttj C.tfllEfl.
Ulnf l.thn\ny , Who Cumnltttl Suicide
him lCslon. IIi a Itteml.
BOSTON , March 21..Tbb Adams hous
sulehle was thIs noon positively identified as
Clara Hathaway b ) three women residents
ot'thls city . but whose names are concealed ,
who called at the undertakerH rooms One
or Ito ( women stated that she had met the
.Ieall girl tWO years ago , mInd that she knew
she was In love wIth "Dick" Laird , and she
believed unrequited ( affection and financial
troubles cnusCI the sulcl4e.
IITTSBUHO , larch 21-Timo IdenUfca-
Lion or the woman who committed suicide at
ton Adams house In Boston as Clara latha-
way forms a new chapter In a scandal which
first eamo to the surCace In this city on
August 6 last In tIme e\'enlng or that date
Clam Hathaway cale,1 at , the once of tIme
wholesale shoe house or Lain & Hay anti
hall a long conversation with itlelmarui Laird ,
one oC time partners. What passell between
them ts not known , but 1"lr was seen 10
push her Ihrugh the door When she trlell
to force her way back again the police took
her In charge. On time way to the police
staten she placed to her mouth a immmnthkcr-
chler saturatell with clmlorotornt but I was
taken away rrom her before any harm was
On time morning after hei arrest she prom-
ISCI to leave town and was escorted to the
hotel where sue had been stopping by an
omcer . Upon reaehln her room she plaee1
a revolver to her brlasl and threalenel , to
kill herseI I any OIUj approached her.
1 lnal . after luch persuasion , she was 11r-
vlded wlh a ticket anti $20 by Ialrll , and
took a train for Doston. nul upon arriving
at Ihladelhla site took the first train back
to Pittsburg. The Colowll& tiny she retained -
tained on atorey anti entered sllt against
I.alrt for the part he took In forcing her to
lea\e : the city . afterwards entering a
suit for breach of promise or marriage. A
short time after time scandal came out time
firm oC Lain & Hay was , dissolved and the
Cormer left time city.
I ( ) 'PIVIWS AU J'LE.ml ) NOT OU1LT1' !
'en of time Eleven JIII.t"ll New York
I'nilcmmieim . \ 11' ' ' II Court .
NEW YORK , Irch 21.-Tea oC the eeyen
Indicted pollo officials apllarcd before Jus-
tce Ingrham In the court of o'er and ter-
miner today and pleaded not guilty to the Indictments -
dictments returet against them on Tuesday
The absEntee was ex- " 'ardl an James Burns ,
who Is said to be out oC thd city .
I Is said that time defense , will bo prepared
by Colonel E. C. James , who will have time
assistance of Trace , Dcar\man [ \ & Piatt . A.
J. Ellus , Emanuel M. Frleld and Louis J.
Some police rleords which lmavc been miss-
Ing Cram the files ot'the deplrlment for over
twelve years were returned In , a most unex-
peeLed way to Chief Clapp today. They are
a portion or time record which was wanted by
the Lexow committee and 'hlch that eommlt-
tee rtprlmanded the department for not havIng -
Ing on file. '
The records were round a few days ago In
the safe oC , the Metropolitan hotel , on Broad-
way when everythIng In the place was sold
at auction. With the restorell records came
a letter from Horace Russell , who was the at.
torey for the board or pflce at the time
of the HoesPvll Investaton , In 1883. who
explains thattJe ; papers ' having boon used at
Ihat time appear to have been put In the hotel
safe where tjiey were forgotten until the s3le.
Lawyer Friend said ! the proceedings
were over Unit urer never Intended
to raise any -Ilemurer. "We . do not intend . , ' .
he said , "to delay the'rful In nay way.oT
rise any demurrer _ We Ir qulto'wiing
to meet tin'missue. he p1eadlng not guilty
today however , does . .not lebar us from
malting n moton to quash the Indictments
when thl trial Is cahied . "
Colonel Fellows wiil camii ct time trials In
II rson. He will be wi concllct ux.Surl'ogto
Rollins and Austin G. I"ox. Assistant District -
trict Attorney Lindsay was also called In to
assist Colonel , , Felows !
Tim ( 'nml.b.1 UI ) for Coitempt.
NEW YORK March 2i.-'Judge 11eAdams
has issued an order Ieturnable at 2 o'clock
tomorrow , calling on dx.Congressman Tlm-
otimy J. Campbell to show whY he shoul
not bo punished for contempt of court for
steltements made \y him at the hearing of
his contest agulnst He\r ' C. Miner for
the representation of the , Eighth congres-
sional diStrict. Campbell alleged that John
Sbmipson , the republican candidate wag
replaced on the list of candidates by the
mandamus of a 'famman Judge ( lcAdams )
and ( lreeted to Tnmmany Ilolce commissioner -
donors. 'fhc district a\torney's \ dice Wii
notified to have a represent"t\"e present In
notfed [ McAtlnmim' court tomorrow , when 1r ,
Camnpbehl has been ordered to appear and
show cause why he shou\l not iii punished
for contempt for /ublshlng a " ( also and
grossly inaccurate / stutem nt" concerning
the Judge. The representative Is wanted to
look Into the crIminal end or the matter . Ir
there be any. _ _ _ _ _ _ _
, 'tblIek' Ien ' tick tn 11m.
DOVER , Del" , March 21.Therc was an-
other sensation at the Bltte house today
when the two branches ! f the legislature
met In joint sessIon to ballot fer a United
States Bonator to BucceCl ; Higgins All of
the democrats deserted Chancellor Walcott ,
the caucus nominee , andlYeast their VOleB
( or. gdward Hdgely of Dover. When the
last ballot WUt taken ) 'esterday six of Ilg-
gins' supporters , who hud. temporarily deserted -
serted his cause for H. O . Jiradortl returned -
turned to their first choice , and the ox-
Benator receIved seven votes nt the close.
'foday there were two ballots . amid , Mr. Ilig-
gins was only givemi one vote , u m new man ,
Benjamin Fields of Wilmington . receiving
seven of the rrlmhlcn votes AlhllclB'
lilies remained unhroltel , hIs orlglnul sup-
porters slcllnl to hIm. The III 'I'IS
erowllrd , and the Injellon of new nameK
Into the light proVdei 'much food for gossIp -
sIp and speculatIon.
Nut : U"nnln I 'i I' nn the l'ohIco ll I ,
.I.TA1Y , N. Y. . Ilar'h 21.-A numher of
republcan . senators huve nnnounced today <
thnt they will not he bpund hy the caucus
nction or Inlt nIght upon the New York
acton ' "n .nnI7ntnn * hiL 'rhlN hiL which ) his
t11c1onermtt1icalchiRflgemSsiflCiiItWfts i : " ' - " ' ' - , I Ii-
trollucell by Mr. I.exow , nOW provides for
the rcorgmmnization of the department by
time present Ilolce commllsloners , threp or
whosu four 1mleIR' holdovcrs from
revlols ndnilnistimutlotmt' , anl , Iccordln to
) ' , the mem-
otme conctrtmctlon If ( t pI'oylslons -
lne hers or the hoarl eOlld mat he removed , I ii
Mayor Strong aCer the _ C\ went Into elec hr
Stink UI ' .x"on UI " IJwlrch I'r. plrt" .
SALT JAIG : . Utah. , , Mar h 21.-Ylr ) lt-
tIe rogresK was mmudti.tut1my ' In the const-
tltonal convelitiomi . The commitee oC the
whole took up secton 4 of , he I preamble mind
declaraton or rlfhtl lefltlDI 10 tlxlton
oC church property , ete . p14 after a lon , ;
ticimato the whole sectipn - was Ilhl on the
tmtimlt' . 'fho leeton l'eCerh / f ' (0 the susllen-
slon oC ( imp hlbea ! corlul'pn'cllalec can-
slde1hle discumemilon. \Vheh ' time eonvlnUon
adjo\'ne,1 , section 10 , teftrlng to trial by
jury , wal being thiscusmtL1 , _
( irimnied lloIo ' 4 ; ; v Trill ,
Irnnlod 101n , r "
BOSTON , March 2I.-In time United States
cl'cllt court today Juiige'i'utnani granted
time muotlomi of the 1Ialnut for a new trial
In time iiimtl ClS0 oC 11' . Jlen II Gougar
of Iufaotl In < . rignivi4t.Conn'mmman
1 ljah ) Morse or limIts . state , ,
TlrpnSlrmimiirrl iiriIime ,
'lhrpo ! 1fHI.r
1AI.1101 . March , :1-Thrce large
ocean steamers are now overlle at this
port. They are the JntRule : and Ient-
more which have been out twenty days
frol 1lvcr" ai , and tU 111k IteUlrhll1
( ruin Hoterdal , 1.1 CUI11ne , over three
weeks at tea , 'fhe trip ' should not hay aI-
ceventen oeIghteen daym4. It
cllei over levente orelfhteen , Ilart I
I Ihoulht the vessels have ' hiten delayed Iy
stormy weuther. .
( ii'iimitrl "rm' " . bit to 'Allku I r.n iii
ST. LOUIS , larch 21.-'l'ime receivers of
the St 1,011s & San Francisco toda petitioned -
toned Judge Cahdwehl or time United Stales
circuit court of uIlell1 fO.the authority to
ad"ance , hy time way of u Joan , one.hulC ot
$2GIt 6 , ( ha the Atlantic & Paelu l fIIII'
malH comptilmy . This loan Wil 10 ho fh'el
on account of ) roiling stoCk . Judge Caldwel
grunted the remueEt.
II II''HI lmll fll" I'rr M.le II nl rnulr ,
ST. IOPIS , March 21.-The heaviest Hale
or grain In volume ever made In this r/ar-
ket was con lmmate today . I was mode '
' time I'nited Ie\'ator ' t time E.
\ ) l'nled ; \ c J1pn ) J
U. Whie Grain cOII'an ) ' , and coil ' 'c I Cf
JO.o bushels at No 2 cirmi . 'he Ihllnt
Is to be made between nou' and Ap.1 [ and
goes by rail to the Atlantic seeb.arii.
TOO nOT FOR I TiE FIRE IN
Large Implement Warehouse and Linseed
on Mills at Sioux City Burned ,
LOSS Will \ REACH OVER HALF \ A MRLIN
.hl .bk.11 lt Url'nrhlcnt In Other Tlnll I ,
IJlt lhi'qumeat Wil 8Ih\e11Irll ) " Clltr -
iuimuimiicii-Timo 1"110111 hun , \
OlO to Fight ,
SIOUX CITY , Iarch 21.-One of the most .
serious fires In the history ot Sioux City
completely destroyed the wareholse or the
Western Transfer company today , logether
wih its coimtents entailng a loss or moro
than $300,000. The high wlll1111ch was
blowing cOlllnlcattl this lire to time linseed
oil mi across time street all It was par-
taly destroyed amid the greater part of its
contents consumed . total
, malelng a loss oC
$500,000. ' Time wind , which had been from
the soulliemist . now change1 [ and Increased In
velocity , blowing for a time directly rrom
time cast. ThIs communlcatOI time fames to
tht two big lanlls oll'ne1 by tIme linseed oil
mis and the platorm on which ' they , rested
began to burn. Thousands of people had con-
gregalct by this timmm . amI when they saw
the tanls on lra there was a wild stammmpNle .
I The storage building was an Immcnse
structure , 500x50 feet , Including the brIck
storage annex. The mnln part of the elev-
tar wasve stories hIgh and had I capacity
oC 150,000 hushels.
OIL CAKE AND OIL BLA'/E.
In the bins at the ( hue were store 100,000
bushels of flaxseed an1 [ on the lower floor
several thousand tons of linseed oil cake was
ready for the market.
In the annex the oil was In hnge tanks.
haYing an estmated capacity ot 120.000 gal-
Ions. When It was Illaln that nothlnA cou1 ,
bo done toward saving the Implement warc-
house the fremen turnel their attention to
saving the oil ml storage house. Mayor
Fletcher telegraphed to Lemars and MIs-
court Valley for the fro departments lu those
towns , anti [ thlY were soon ready to respond
but when It was Cound that the fire could
bo controlled messages were sent to hold
The bulling of the Western Transfer company -
pany was a mammoth structure , six stories
Imigim covered with corrugated Iron. The Iron
aided the fame ' , as It kept water from rcach-
log tIme woodwork The huge four-story anl
basement warehouse , 100xl , was fled from
top to botom with ( aria Implements end machInery -
chInery , "alued at about $200,000. This machinery -
chinery was owned by about twenty Imple
ment comllanlcs In different parts oC the
United Stalls , The list oC these companies
Is l as follows :
LIST OF TiE LOSERS.
Rock Island Plow comllany , Rock Island ,
Iii. : Nebraska Moline Plow company , Omaha ,
Neb" ; Sandwich Manufacturing company ,
Sandwich , ill. ; Walter S. Wood Harvester
company , St. Paul , limo : J. F. Seiberlng &
! ; o" . , Akron , 0. : Aulman & aYlo , Machinery
company , Mansfield , 0. : Advance Thresher
compan , Battle Creek , Micim : Kingman &
Co" , Omaha , Neb. : Norwegian Plow company ,
Dubuque , Ia. ; Chambers , Bering & Quinlan
company , Decatur , Ill. ; F. D. Tate & Co. ,
Decatur Ill . : Hurst , Dunn & Co. , Peoria ,
Ill. : nocltrord ManufacturIng company , noclt-
lord , Ill , : Oliver Chilled Plow works , South
Bend , Ind. ; Sterling ManufacturIng company ,
Sterling , Ill. ; Stoddard Manufacturing company -
pany , Day tn , 0 ; James Selby & Co. . Peoria ,
' Ill. ; Selby , Starr & Co. , PeorIa , Ill. ; Acme
Harvester company , Pe.lln , bIb .
TIme contents oC time burned warehouse
carried Insurance aggregating $31,750 , In the
rolowlng companies :
Insurance Company of North Amer- .
Icu . . . . . . . . . . ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $3C50
Liverpool , London and Globe. . . . . . . . 4.00
Hoyal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.00
Commercial Union . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.0
Phoenix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3,500
Norwich Union . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3,0 ,
Trailers' . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . G
Ilnl ln . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.00
Pimilamleplimia , Ummderwrlters . . . . . . . . tO
Phlaleplhla Underwriers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Time warehouse itself was protected by $30-
000 Inmraneo In the Liverpool , London &
Gobo company. Insurneo on the oil 'ummiii
cannot bo ascertained , as time Natonal I.ln-
seed Oil company haJles time insurance on
al its plants. Time Franklin and PennsylvanIa 1
companies each carried $3,000 and the ComI I
merclal Union $6,000 al seed In the elevator '
' ' 00 value at the contents or the elevator at
time market price would maleo time loss
$200,000. _ _ _ _ _ _ _
' 'IIUm JUSIS 10USW ' , : nUHNlm ,
I Sorlll Fire at tafmmyotto , Aln. . for Which
I 10 Cause Cii ito ' \RIJned ,
LAFAYETTE , Ala , March 21.-At an early
hour this morning the east sIde of time public
squire was dlscoYered to b on fire . Scheuder
Bros' . dry gods store was burning. 'he
alarm was given and time fire company wen I
to work , hut al efforts proved futile till the
business houses or Webb & Farrell , Schuesler
liros and n. V , ' . Allen & Co. were completely
Webb & Farrell lost eli their goads , wih
but $1,000 Insurance. Schuesler Bros lost
nil their dry goods , but saved a part or their (
fteck. There was an Insurance on the build.
Ings and goods amount'ng to $12,000. n. W
Allen & Co. saved nearly oil their goods .
Insurance ammd their building Is
They had no aul buiding a
The origin of the fire Is ummktmown .
IUIN11 IIASTINi"i' , 110 UIIS' ( JJ ] "
Fire CUlsn a 1.ln If Forty FIve ' 'hlunll
Uollll him 11 iluitir ,
HASTINGS , Mareh 21.-SpeclahTelegram. ( )
-Tho fine three-story &team grIst mi or
Humphrey & dgerton was destroyed by
fro this afternoon . I appears the fro started
on the first floor whie the hands were al
at dinner. Time cause oC the fire Is unknoln ,
but the supposition Is that I was spontaneous
commibustion. TIme fire company arrived at the
scene prompl ) but the fro hall too big a
start. A fierce southeast wind was blowing
at the tlne 0111 carrIed large pIeces or hurn-
log tmber over four blocles , which caused
several otimcr buildings to catch , but timey
were soou extingulslmeih Time fremen sa \1 [
several adjacent imuiidlngc [ . 'ho total loss to
Humphrey & de'rton I Is about $ i5,000 t : In-
Burlnee $15,000. l
Ahllnn % "rOWI lily : t "rchoJa
OPEI.liCA ' , Ala. , March 21.-A telegram
was received lucre at ' 10 o'clock this moring
that the whole town ot Lafayette , I.a. , was
burnIng aut aakell for Imeip . Mayor 1)augim-
erly soon had the fire dpartment called out
and got ready 10 leave for the scene , but
before arrangements couli bo comillete for a
' special train Informuton was recalved < 1 that
thE fire was under control The whole bUll.
ness portion or time town Is under lood 10 10
dstrO'ed. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Cottmi'i 11. 11 ( , ' " Ult II Sum Iko
NEW ORLEANS , March 21.-A fire In
yards Nos. 1 and 2 of time International Cot-
Ion Press at Gallnio and South Peter trets ,
which broke out at 3 o'clock this morning ,
was not extinguished unt JO:30 : this noon
burnIng between 16.000 and 20,000 bale ot
cotton , Time loss will probably exceed $250-
000 , all covered by In8urauce ,
.U'I'UlST1.1 1:0.1. " .IS IfECIl P'Elt.
" ' 11 Take UhRr/1 of time Oregemi "hltt ltno %
, , I h .hll/ " Sit ii bunmi'4 ( 'ulRnnt ,
POITI.UI OrE . larch 21.-t became
known today that Judge Glhert of the UrlCI
States circuIt court bas appointed John M.
Egimi I receiver or the Oregon Short Line nl11
Uah Northern railway subject to the imp-
11ro\'al or JUlg Sanbr or the district of
'fho order appoInting time receiver Is to
take effect only upon time emitry In the district
W'omlng ot an order directing the Union
Pacific reNl\rs no\ In chnrRe to tralsfer tIme
propert to Egamm . who Is appoilted receiver
at the Short 1lne.
Three hills were hrought by time Amerlcal I
Loamm R11 Trust eompan ) In time proceedings
In the limited States court here , One was
an Inten'enlnj Ilrtton In the Ames stilt ,
which was by mutual consent shelved 11 the
hearll ! Another was an intervening leti-
ton t In the t Dion stilt . an < Judges Olhert I
anl , lellnRer hamlet dOlI n their opinion
yesterday . The other was the suit In which
Egan I was appointemi [ The apllolntment was n
great surlrlse , folowing so closely upon the
ollinion at yesterday . which was con "lctl
adverse to the American 1.11 nmmd Trust com-
11al ) ' , I dhl not beome gencrl ) ' Itoll'n
unt today that such an order hind been
Mr. Egan Is wl1 known among railroad
men , havIng t natonal rCl1taton throuh
his posiion or chairman of the General
Mminmigors' assoclnton lurlng lImo great strIke
last summer. Ills bond Is l1e1 [ itt $20,000.
Judge [ Gilbert says : "The 111pointment oC
Mr. Egimmi ns receiver of the Short Line Is
not Intende.l . to blnl time court W'omlng ,
but It Is merely advisor . In case time matter
comes up In tIme W'omln" court nail Jlulge
Sanbor sees lit to take the slmo acton lS
this court time receiver will be renly to take
charge of the tooth . "
Last Decemb2r the American I.oan anl
Trust compnny hrought stilt In the Unltet
States circuit court for time foreclosum or
their o\n mortgagl on time Oregon Short
LIne ammO Utah Northern Inl , the allpolntment
or a separate receiver , oIl It was In this
suit thnt Judge Gilbert allllolutell Mr. ggan
receiver. Egmimm's alll1lntment will not stand
unless the W'omln court , Ieciles to appoint
hIm after the clse has been tried there.
BOSTON , 1IIreh 21.-Owing to the con-
fctn ! renorts oC the lecslon renlered by
JIHlgo- ' Gilbert at Portal\l , are. , yesterday ,
In the alllcaton ) of the Amerlcnn 1.an anti
Trust compan , for time apl0lntmcnt or a
i new reeelnr for the Oregon Short 1lno and
Utah Nortimern Railway coummpany , time Ummion
l'aqlfic officials in this city wired for time
correct version of thus ulecisiomi thus evening.
Secretary Alexander Miller of time receivers
said in regard to time tlecisiomi : "This order
does mmot iii any nmanmier chmauigo time commiltion
createul by time dismissal of time lietitiomm for a
separate receiver , as tIme whole questioum will
lmow go tmefore Jumthge Saumbormm on mmpplicatlomm
iii time W'youmilmmg district. Coumumsel for time
Ammierican Loan amid 'Trust compaumy will nmove
for a hearing In time \\'yornlmmg cifmrt amid
umoticevihl be served on time counsel for the
otlmer imarties. It seemmms to be time opinion
lit Union Pacific circles that time ex-parte
order obtained lum Portland will be favorable
to time receivers.
III'L1c.1Jo .51101' 111' TIII0 OPPJC1IES ,
Ttioumia Itlmuumck Rhilcih A fter % omimmdIng
( immo ( , t Ills Pursuers ,
SEATTL1 , Wash. , March 2l.-Thmomas
1iinncl , tue doi'perndo , was mihmot amid killed
by deptmty shcriiTs near Kemmt.
Time battle was aims of time most desperate
imaginable and vmts fought out with only
ten feet separating time foes. ThIs afternoon
word caine to Kent that Ilianek was Penmmed
in hOar Oriliya. Bob Crow , . mmmi Joimmm
Shepicim , who carried riflem' , started up tIme
Nortimern Pacific railroad trnck , IVhmen tlmey
were about a mile liortim titey saw a man
coining townrti them down time traclc. They
imnAl no idea when they saw time nian up-
proaclming that tIme ) ' were going to meet the
( lespem'ntio. and got within temm feet of imimn
before time remmi ( longer ( leveloled itself. 'I'he
stranger valked niommg vltimout uiutyimmg a
vend nnti Ihuiably Crow and Slmepichm called
to imim : "Tlmrow tip youmr immtmmds. " The
man , witlmout fumrtimer delay , drew a live-
milmooter ( mmii hIs pocket mmmd opened lire.
Timemi time men with thmo rUie counnmemicemi
pumping bullets imito their antagonist. It
was a regular fusilade , and not ummtii time
decpermmtlo imad emptied his revolver at' all
its idiots , wounding Slmeptcbm anml being boreti
through mind through , ivns the battle .wer
anti time tlespet'ado lay oIl tIme track lifmiess.
Shmelmicim and Crow imad kIlled time Jesse
, Jaunes of the umor timvcst , Thomas Jiiammchc ,
alias Framik llamilton.
ULdIM 2'JII1' KEJ'TALL T1IIJCICII ORE.
Mtumhumg Compuimy Cuuo H time dtrrot of Two
2Llmmors aim thou Chuuirgo of 't'imoft ,
COLORAIO SPRINGS , i'tarcim 21.-Solon
McCbomikey and Tremimont McCioskey , at'-
resteul at Cripple Creek emi time cimarge of
steniimmg ore fronm time Utmion Gold Mimiimmg
comupany , were brought to this cIty and released -
leased , after furumlsimimmg $5,000 bail eacim ,
TIme comuplaint alleges that symiternatio steal-
tug wnme carried emi for about one year , anti
aggregates a miumim of betwecum $50,000 and
$100,000. Time McCioskey brothers hind mu
lemtmmc on time main workings of time 1'tc's
l'ak lode , whicim they secured fmoun time
Ummion compammy. Sonic time ago time royalty
on ore fromn time lease tiu'oppeul to a very low
ligum'i' . 'rime company began aim investiga-
tioii , wimicim emmtied ill time arrest of time broth.
ers. It ii claimed timat their unetimoti was to
chip off gold-bearing reek from tile qtmam'tz
timey unimmed amid mmumbject it to a iroccss of
timeir own 1mm order to get ( lie gold otut of
it. Thu. urn they imad suimjected to timia test
was timen , it ii ; cimmurged , nuixcd with common
rock oii time dUlmil ) mtimd shipped to time snmelt-
em's. Coumsequentiy time smelter retuirmmmi were
mmot huif of wimmut timey would imave been immul
not time gremiter part of time gold becim out
out of time quam'tz , tile retorts timtmmi secured
ielumg kept by time mnlmmermi , wimu diii umot have
to share in time prollts.
TJtIThT .dCCU.'ilW 01" JIOJ.Df.\J OUT.
t'culiatlomlmuI cimmirges : ComicermmImi tlio Ium-
vrymmlmco FlIt ml by m ho VhuIsluy 'L'nimt ,
INDIANAI'OLIS , Mmtrcim 21-Louis Ew-
, , , , , at TiIn , , n , . nil , wnll tnin. , tit , nOr ,
uensationnl developments In time WhIsky
tmummt roceiverm'imlp t'ace many be expected
50011. Itelmitivo to tue deed lmoing 111cm. ! in
time vam'lotis couilitleum t ) ' order of time Utmited
Shmutes court , i.aw'er Emvbnnka saitl : "fills
dccii now imi time bmmmhdmi of tile mecormier of
Iearboin county tucluually conveys less than
omii'.fltit at' time real estate beiongiumg to time
trust , mmd mmoume of time imersonal estate. Time
descriptions nrc prllmteii imm cmmmail , close set
typo maid cover i'levetm large vance , mmmiii lime
'hmruses whilcim declare coimtlmmutl on'mmem'mmhmip
of time iiercommui estate mmliii of so mmmuchm of time
remml estut are introduced about limo immiuidh'
of time pmmge , In aIm tmnobtl'miclv mmtumumt'r , Of
Coors ? time notion of the olhicerim Iii mmslmmg mu
p rimmtetl ( I escmi ut limo of time lmroPt'rt y I II % vii helm
these objectiomitublc' pilruses ume lounml , anti
timereby falling to obey time nuder of time
court , Immity imavo been emmtlm ely tmmmmocemmt , 01111
if so timey ivlli miuubtlesmi imaslcn to cxecmmtv'
a new mleti , ietummhiy eonvc'yltmg time itroim-
cr1) ' ivimicim It describes. "
lIi thy : om Imlmmg .tthioull I himi t'hiorliigo ,
CARSON , Nev. , Mumreim 21-It is inmpossl.
ble to get tL direct stmutemmmcnt ( roam time mmiimlt
offliuls or employee , vimo maly no lmmormmimm-
Ilomi can be given omIt until time lumepector
tinisimes ills Investigmutiomi , It is mciiored
missmi'ers have bc'omm busy cimimimlg oft hilts of
cevemai bore of iiuililon omm imaumd mummul testing
timeni , but o'erytiiimlg Iii miii right so ( ui' .
'l'imo exuct tilnount of time u'bmortmigc' is now
snld to be 3,100 oulmces of gold hiuhllolm at
$20.50 imer 0(11105 ( tmmmd 1,000 ommumeemi of mmiivor
Itt fl cm.'imtmi imor ounce , immalcing a total of
$61,110. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
lthIiiig I him , mug hteser olr ,
SANTA FE , N , hi. , lulmurcit 21.-Waler be.
aum potmrlnm through time mmpiiiway of time
bIg reservoir near hero today.Yomk limos
heemi progresmmlmmg ( or two years , and mmow a
lake Is forrmemI , hmmii ( a nub Iozmg , mu quarter
of ii uniie wimle , amid seveluty ( vet dccii ,
'I'imeuo is emmougim water liaising timrougtm the
caumyomt to liii timis reservoir , wimicit uioume
will hold mvuier enough to irrigate 6,000 aemes
of s'aibey lands ,
% iovemmmommts of sO4gohtm S'rtIcIS , Cbmmrehm 91 ,
At Now York-Arrived--Cevic , ( rein Liver-
pooiVerkendain ; , from 1tottendamn Majestic ,
from Liverpool ; Lalmum , from liremnen ; % 'iIe-
imad , fronm liremnen ,
A t Uremerim ave n-A r rivemi-I Iavei , Uomn
New York , via Southampton.
At Naples-ArrIveci-Werra , from New
At London-Arrived-Maistuclmusettu , from
New York ,
DEATh LIST GRO\\TING \ \
Details of the Evanston Disaster Only Servo
to McI to Its Horrors ,
AWFUL EXPLOSION fl4 A WYOMING MINE
Many Slain Outright and Others IllIprisonoll
in a Living Tomb ,
NO hOPE ThAT ANY WILL BE RSCUED
D2bris Blocks tile Shaft anti Prdvauts till
Attempts to $ ave Life ,
( hUNDREDS ARE WIDOWD AND ORPHANEI
llvartreiiuhlumg Semn's atm tIme Sumrfmico-
Force of ( liii Expioslimmi iostro3'od
Alt t hun 3imu'hihmicr3'-I.omig
1.ist ot time lemimi ) ,
DENVE1t , Cob. , March 21.-A special t
time Nens ! roumm EvammstommVyo , , sal's : It is
now kmmowmt tiat : mU least sixty memu are be-
yoimti hue remueim of imummiamm imelp ; thmmut fifty-
ammo vommmen ore vidoivmi is mihremitiy known
tQlny wimo vere lmimpy wives yesterday , aima '
tlmttt froumm 200 to 300 little cimihmireut mum fatim-
erless. Nimme of time sixty victimums of timi
terrible accudeumt wore 'ouummg ammO tmimummnr- -
rieti mmmcii , Scvemt ummeum were kilbeui outside at
tIme ummutmtim of time lo1iC. Fiftecmi ecmirred aumI
mmimmtilateti bodies Imavo imecit recovercmi ( rain
time grtmesommme deimthme of time mmmimme , ammO twemmty-
eight others ima\'o linus Imur defied nil ettort
to re'aelm timemmi. W'itim time bodies of time seven
mmmcii killed at time surface , time total recovered
is twenty-two. Time work of recovery goes
slowly on hccnumse of time immsecumrity of time
mmmcii emmgnged lIt it. Time first party to g
dowum laud to be rescumed , imaviuig been over-
conic by tIme imoxiotms gmmscs aumti ( mummies of
lmumrmit imumumiamm flesim amid time stelmcim of the
siumgeti nmmui cimarreti ummumles timat were caught
with time tmmmfortUmmate mimeit iii thIs cave of
Time vioiemmco aimti coimscqmeumt % fatality of time
expiosiomt sumrpass'cs belief. Out of sixty-one
persons affected , fifty-eigimt were killed iii-
clammIly , so doctors anti old umlumers say , Ommo ,
a boy , Jerry Crawford , died iii his father's
arias whIle being carried bmouite , amid within
a few minumtes muimotimer , Mr. Maitby , wimiio
imavilmg 110 external brumhses , ammti being 100 feet
frommi time ummoutim of limo immiuje , limmgercti about
two imoumrs , antI Andrew Mason , time ommly per-
soul viio 'cumrvivetl longer , is umow at tite point
of tiemmtim , his skull lmavimmg been fractured by
flyiumg pieces of timmmber. I
LIST OF DEAD AND MISSING.
EVANSTON , Wyo. , March 21.-Time total
imumber ( lOW knowmm to have nerishmed in the
mnimme disaster at Ilcd Canon yesterday cyon. ,
hug is sixty , of which Ilfty.one are nuarrto
men amid nIne youmng men and boys. Up t
timls hour tue bodice b ! time foliowiumg out of -
total of llfty-tlmree ivito met thucir death ia
time mine have been recovered amid turned .
over to their relatives :
JAMES BRUCE , otututitle boss.
JAMES W. CLARK.
EDWIN COX , time outside carpenter. V.
JER1tY C1IAWFORI ) , a boy ,
JAMES GEIINICY , an Austrian.
0. Il. MALTBY , foi'emimaul.
ANDREW MASON ,
FIlE ! ) MORGAN.
WiLLIAM SELLERS , Jr. , rope runner.
WILLIAM G1LIEVES , a boy. ' fr
BAPTIST JUL.IAN. '
\v , BERT CLARK.
\v. II. GIIIEVES.
SAMUEL HU'I'CIIINSON. '
JOhN LOCIc. .
Ccx. Bruce , Clark , Sellers , jr. , auitl Gornk ?
were killed in time power imoumse , wimibe Maitby ,
Crawford and Mason were injured amid dicil. *
50011 afterwards , tIme last timreo beingabotit
time itower lmommae at time time of time exjmloiofl. 4
TIJOS1i STILT. IN TIlE MINE.
The foliowiumg persoums are believed tb be
still In time mimine soil no hope is cntertaIae
timat any viil be recovered alive :
JOHN CI1ITCI1LY ,
(1ROIWE llARIY ,
JOSEPh ! nlclii'roN ,
, JO1IN MAI1TIN , jr ,
JOhN 1VEIG1IRII ,
ul'.umtumi miAmuiJ I .
lAVII ) LI.O\'D.
W'Ii.LiAM SELLERS , ar ,
SAMUEL flA9'ES. 4
IIbiNi'm' SCOTiLitEN. I
\V1LL1AM G1IAILAM. Jr. ,
MAIIS1IALI4 LANG1)ON ,
lAVhi ) LOWOY , Jr.
\\'ILLIAM b'OlE ,
11 . A. ii 'hh/i1tN ,
MATT JOiINION ,
buN LA I'AR.
ISAAC JOhNSON. ,
MAT'L' SiUrA ,
jour' : LESTIi1.
SAMUEL CLAY , son of J. II , Clay ,
'fimis leaves thmlrty-tlmree unrecovered bodI.
iii time nmitme , 'i'imo timbering Is largely biowrs
alIt amid tm m'alIa amid roof of time whole in-
terlor are wrecked ammml ehmattereul 10 timat time
volmmvmteer searcimimlg party of eIghteen now
seoklumg time bodies of timeim' conmrmides are
every mnommmetmt lii danger of beimmg buried , i
coroner's jury line beemm emmiparmeled , wimichi
views time remains as brougimtto time surface
ammul they are timemi turned over to relatives.
Time agommizltmg screaumle of widows antI cimlidremi
aimoult time mumouthi of time maIne beggars doscrp- $
( Ion , Time mmmuies timat were in time mine are
Ito imimrnt timat timey t'lli have to be removesi
on mmccotmnt of time odor before work caa
Thin horror occurred at fi:45 : yesterday
evening at No. 5 CentaI Pacific Imlilmo , Re %
Canon , fire malice mmortim of Evammetoim , 'Vhs.
exhmlosion in time tahoe simockeml time wimi.
country around. wrecked the pam'er plant ,
a famm house atmul meveral ot'aor butidimige , entailIng -
tailIng imeayy lose , but time death roll far over-
simadows otimer considerations ,
Around time unlue WSB a great throng of'
people anxiously Immqulring regarmilog friends
kimown to be in time maine , anti all hope of ny
of tiiemmt being alive i5 gone. No aims attU
seeing time gimastly ipectaclo pl'esentotl by the
Iwo bodies brought out of the slope could ) , mv5
hopes of any in the mIne beimmg alive. ! fImessu
bodies were burned and blackened , with get-
meats torn to sbreds1 making It almost Ira.
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