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Algeria , Republican, 8f Afcft, ALGONA, IOWA ABOUND THE STATE. v , la the federal court at Des Moines '(felfjrge Barnes, a. druggist. Avas found guilty of receiving stolen stamps. The Des Moines Summer School begins its fifth annual session July 0. Prof. C. W. Martindale is the conductor. The buildings at the mine at Dean, the operation of which Avas stopped by strikers, were burned later. The fire is supposed to have been of incendiary frrank Baitd and Of-a Seats, ol Cr6&- ton, on pleading gtiilty to the charge brought against them in the federal court at toes Moines, that of counterfeiting, were sentenced to two and one- half years "and fifteen months respectively by Judge Woolson. The decision of the supreme court affirming the decision of the lower court in the case of Jennie Campbell vs. the Pullman Palace Car Company, has been filed at Sioux City. Miss Campbell secured a verdict for $11,000 for an assault made on her by the porter in one of the Pullman company's cars. Mrs. Betsey Smith, Avho recently poisoned her husband at Des Moines, has been indicted tAvice. The last indictment charges her Avith the attempt- origin. The loAva, \Veathcr and Crop Bulletin states that corn is generally in a good condition, but that all other crops are suffering from the extreme dry weather. _^_ *~George~Bai : ne"s7the Des Moines drug gist Avho Avas convicted of purchasing stolen stamps, Avas sentenced to four years at Fort Madison and to pay a fine of $1,800. It is announced that VV. IT. Johnson county auditor of Muscatine county, has disappeared and that he is short in his accounts as auditor fully $4,000, besides owing numerous private debts. Constable Scofield arrested Will Kern. Avho travels for the Crystal Flour Mills, of Council Bluffs, on a charge of seduction, the information being filed • by Miss Jennie Bartlett, daughter of J. W. Bartlett, a prominent merchant and Citizen of Creston. Kern says he is innocent and that it is a blackmail scheme to extort money from him. Col. If. Wheeler, president, andC. H. Martin, secretary of the Sioux City Interstate Fair Association. Avere in Chicago last Aveek. arranging details for a fair at Sioux City, October 6 to 10. They Avere accompanied by State Senator Meservey and .T. N. Mahoney, Avho are also interested in the fair. They for special railroad etl killing of her husband two years a go by shooting him through the temple. Her nephews swear that one of them arrived in the room before the ,moke had left the pistol and that she .ried to hire the other to commit the Time.. There is more than a prospect Jor her neck to stretch, although the ittorneys say it will be next to impossible to find twelve men who Avill hang i woman. It now looks if the murderers of Conductor Ridpath will get off with light sentences if convicted at all. in ease these four persons are not hung the court it is said there is little doubt but what the railroad men will take the matter in their own hands and do the work of the court for it. Mrs. J. B. Hoot, who eloped from reston with her husband's hired man, was brought to that city in company with Scott, the man she eloped with. A curious crowd assembled at the depot to witness the meeting be tween Root and his young wife, but they were deprived of seeing a reconciliation, which they expected, for it did not occur until the party reached Justice J. 1$. Kirche's office. Then the little truant bride of a few weeks threw her arms about the neck of her aged husband and begged his forgiveness. The husband was very reluctant in granting the request made Returns from Oregon state that Jiidge Lord, rep., has been elected governor by a plurality of 15,000 and it is believed the republicans will control both branches of the legislature. Dispatches from Portland. Ore M and Vancouver, B. C., are to the effect that that region is being devastated by extraordinary floods. The loss occasioned by the rise in the Frazef river Avill exceed $4.000,000. The ca.se of Prendergast, the assassin of Mayor Harrison, Avill not be tried until fall. The case comes up June 11. but will be continued until the September term of court to alloAv Judge Chet]ain to preside, as he Avill be engaged Avith civil causes until that time. The treasury statement issued recently shows the government expenditures for eleven months of the fiscal year Avere $340,000,000, while the receipts Avere only $2(58,000,000, making a deficit of $72,000,000. It is said the 'deficit for the tAvelve months Avill reach $78,000,000. President Cleveland has appointed II. H. Trimble to be pension agent at Des Moines and A. C. Brice of loAva to be consul at Matanza, Cuba. SIX YEARS FOR HAUQHEY. , Jtaie 4.—SattdfefS arid his mefi are yet 1ft ctMstddy. AtfilA, Jtitre 4.—ttelsey's army w6ni Into camp here Saturday. CAifto, 111., June 5.—Cairo has quarantined against Kelly's navy, on account of the men having been exposed to' smallpox. They will reach here to-morrow. . CBMHALlA, Ills.. .Tune 5.—Col. Speed's army of 251 men camped here last night. CAIRO, Ills., June 7,—Kelly has arrived, and says he will enter the city despite the opposition of the officials.' PARKKtt8HtiRo, \V. Va., June 7.—Frye's men, arrested for stealing a train, have been released. BRIGHTON. Col., June 7.—Seven boats of the industrial fleet upset near here and several lives were lost. * MT. PLEASANT, June?.—Gen. Kelsey's industrials camped here last night. CAIRO. Ills., June 8.—The nrnn on whose farm Kelly had camped ordered him to vacate yesterday and Kelly compromised by giving him the lumber in his boats for the privilege of staying another day. The situation is critical. The men 'are hungry and dare not enter the city. Miss Hootan lias been married to a man named Sutcliffe. CAIUO, Ills.. June 9.—Kelly has accepted a proposition to taka two days' rations and transportation for his luggage to the county line. NEW GRAIN RATES FIXED. —A Or potted. Staefc !«** —;;--;-, -* — Ati ift t is time. for ,fhe at deputies nd They VANCOUVER, B. C., Jufle 8.--The iTfaz^r river is still rising at Westminister. During- the twenty-four hours ending this morning the flood gained one inch. Tlie worst has probably been experienced, for reports state that the river is rapidly receding* At Lytton it was said that the river fell twenty-seven inches yesterday* News has been received here Of an appalling landslide which occurred in the vicinity of Ashcfoft on Saturday last. A tract of 100 acres of land was carried into the river. A cloudburst is said to have been the immediate cBuse of the disaster. ; All the Canadian Pacific passengers who left for the east Sunday and since then returned to this city last night, having found^ it impossible to get i through the mountains. There are a dozen breaks of "a serious nature along the line and the track probably can not be opened for A more serious interruption Southwestern Trafllo Association Take, J h ™J O £ evl(mBl y re ported is due to a . .„ A i- _ _-£ «£~j.i... Lytton Avere arranging rates, etc. Dr. Moore, E. A. Oirinrwood, W. H Kattleson and O. J. Felton have or ganized themselves into a syndicate for the purpose of pushing the search for the meteoric stone that fell recently on the farm of J. J. Wozobo, three and a half miles east of Oxford .Junction. A crib has been sunk tAventy-six feet, the last fourteen being in Avater and quick sand. It is believed that the stone has been struck at a distance of about eight feet below the present level of the excavation. A catastrophe occurred at AYebster City Avhich filled the entire community Avith a thrill of horror. William Foral, a harnessrnaker Avho Avas placed in the city calaboose for being drunk and disorderly, set fire to the building at an early morning hour, and Avas burned to a 'crisp before the door could be broken open and the unfortune man taken out. Foral had been a slave to drink and had taken the Keeley cure twice, but the treatment failed to be effectual. When drunk he Avas like a, Avild man and feared by everyone. UnknoAvn toughs at Ames, finding a AvindoAV in the rear of BosAvorth's drug ' store Avith only a. pane of glass to break, broke it and the eighth commandment at the same time. As a result of their labors $5 or $0 in money and a bottle of arsenic (Avith Avhich latter the Lord only knoAvs Avhat ^they intend doing) and perhaps a few cigars were taken. Some one supposed to belong to the same gang passed through the coach of one of the night passenger trains Avhile it Avas standing at the station and finding a passenger asleep in his seat stole the hat off his head. No arrests have been made. Mrs. Lou M. Wheeler, of Toledo, is in Galena, Ills., in connection Avith the search for the heirs of the estate of Nicholas Lute, a California millionaire, formerly a poor resident of Galena, Lute died last November, leaving his wealth to a half sister and to his daughter, neither of Avhom he had heard from' since he left Galena in .1854. The half sister was found several months ago in South Dakota in straightened circumstances. Mrs. Wheeler, it is believed, is the missing daughter, Avho Avas brought up in the family of an uncle, with whom her father left her forty years ago. Steps have been taken to secure her share of the fortune. A little spark from a NorthAvestern engine came near doing a great deal of damage at the Union Driving Park, at Council Bluffs, while the races were in progress. It ignited the grass between the track and the fence, and before any one noticed the flames they had teen communicated to the fence, Avhich •was soon on fire in a dozen different places. Only a hundred yards or so aAvay Avere the north stalls, and the main effort of the impromptu bucket "brigade Avas to keep them froin catching^fire. The fence Avas broken cloAvn for a distance of aboiit fifty yards, and the fire was finally extinguished. The dajuage was not large, Charles Woollier, a supposed anarchist,, one of a gang of tramps Avho were by Mrs. Root, but after a feAV moments ,. '• „! ,^ n ^l 1 « ra IT £\ rtrtn Cf*n T.Ofl of persuasive pleading he consented , caught in a box car recently in the act of Abducting two little boys, Fred Cling, £ged 13, and James Mooney, aged li, Avho the boys state were ab,- ilu,ote'd from Aurora hy the tramps and who have.btjen abused by these rascals, was sentenced to thirty days in jail, "VYobl^er, Avhen captured, hail a paste- jjp^rci box containing two sticks of 4yii»Bute four to six inches ,jn containing' about fifty of f«.pe ten t e#t and forgave and made up. Eoot notified the justice that he AvithdreAV the charge, and Scott, Roofs hired man, paid the costs in the case, and the elopement affair Avas at an end—for a time at least. After Scott paid the costs in the case he Avent to a paAvn shop, procured enough money on his watch to get out of toAvn. a,nd left on the first train east. Of all the many enterprises that have their headquarters in loAva, none have been a greater success than the Des Moines Life A ssociation. In a very feAV years they have grown from a small concern to a very strong and vigorous company. It is indeed the marvel in insurance circles. The envy with Avhich the old line companies look upon it is proof conclusive that it is very much in their Avay. The Des Moines Life has out distanced all other companies doing business in loAva f or the last five years. During the month of May they Avrote $555,000 of insurance, a gain of 87 per cent over May of 1893. No other company can make this showing. Its plan is very simple and popular. They Avrite a joint policy on a man and Avife if desired. Their rates are reasonable and just; only about half the rates of- -old line companies. $175,000 reserve to protect policy holders. All surplus paid back every tenth year. Some good territory for agents to be had. Write to C. E. RAAVSON, President and General Manager, Des Moines, loAva. ' Fire visited Ottuimva a feAV days ago and left desolation, death and destruction in its wake. It started in a cooper shop belonging to Jerry Seymour, which has been on fire just a half dozen times before. A locomotive passing cast a spark which started a small blaze in a bunch of shavings near the building. The day Avas intensely hot and the Avind Avas bloAving a gale. It Avas fully a block to the next building of any size, but betAveen the tAvo were a number of trees and outhouses, Avhich Avere consumed by the flames. When the fire reached the next building it started before the gale, roaring ind licking up everything in its path. The fire department apparatus Avas useless. In less than tAvo hours 8300,000 Avorth of property, including thirteen business buildings with eighteen residences, was a mass of ashes and charred debris. A last heroic effort was made by 300 men from the packing-house and the "Q" round-house, and the flames Avere soon under control. During the progress of the fire injuries from falling timbers and persons succumbing to the heat and smoke became so frequent that the physicians Avho Avere on the ground improvised a hospital and adi*unistered aid to the unfortunates. There Avere' about tAventy victims to the heat and smoke, among which one, perhaps tAvo, Avill die. Several explosions occurred, believed' to be at the burning drug stores, and to add to the terror a trolley wire burned off and fell, knocking doAvn a horse and badly burning u fireman named Rouse. The Dupuqwe .& Wisconsin Bridge Company met at Pubuque and elected the folloAving officers: President, J. A, Rhpmberg; vice-president, J. J. Punn; secretary, C. H, Meyer; treasurer, Paul Traut. It is expected that work on the new bridge will begin soon. James Wilson, the forger Avhp cashed a raised draft for 91,600 on the Valley National Bank a,t Pes Moines Indianapolis Bank Wrecker Receives the Sentence of the Court. INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., June 9 —Theodore P. Haughey, president of the defunct Indianapolis National bank, was yesterday sentenced to six years in the penitentiary for 'his part in the Avrecking of that institution. Mr. Haughey appeared in court with his attorneys at 9 o'clock to receive his sentence. • Judge Baker expressed deep regret in pronouncing sentence, saying it Avas an unpleasant duty to sentence a man that had so long been respected for his uprightness and integrity. After pronouncing sentence Judge Baker shook Mr. 'Haughey's hand. Mr. Haughey is OS years of age. Marshal Hawkins started Avith his prisoner for Michigan City. . Coal Famine at Falrburyi 111. FAIKBURV, 111., June 8.—A total famine in this section is now at its height and will remain so as long as Decisive Action at St. Louis. St. Louis, Mo., June 9.--The Southwestern Traffic association gave final consideration yesterday to the question of rates on grain and grain products and the reconsignment of these commodities at Missouri river points. establishing the folloAv- ing rates to Texas points: Flour, 40 to 45 cents per 100 pounds, wheat, 35 to 40 cents per 100 pounds; corn and oats, 33 to i7 cents per 100 pounds. It was further provided that the rate of 40 cents on flour, of 35 cents on wheat and rf3 on corn and oats may be applied from Denver and intermediate points on direct lines in Colorado and Kansas to points in Texas on the Fort Worth & Denver City, Chicago, Rock Island and Texas & Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe main line, Fort Wortn & North. PLATTE BIVER RISING. the"miners refrain from working. All the tile factories have been compelled to suspend for want of fuel and the number of families completely out of coal is gro\ving larger every day. The Wabash railroad is only running those trains Avhich they are bound to run and these engines are fired Avith slack, < which heretofore was used for ballasting. The road not being able to run their full schedule of trains, the list of employes has been reduced to all branches. __ DENVER BANK CLOSED. One of the Oldest In No Great Damage So Far but There Is Great Apprehension. OMAHA, Neb., June 0.—The Platte river is rapidly rising, but no great damage.has yet been jdone, though there is much apprehension. The wall of Avater five feet in. height reported last nierht to be approaching Kearney has not yet materialized, though • the river has risen several inches. The flood was reported sixty miles to the north and should have appeared at Kearney this morning. As the river is much broader for miles south, it is believed that it has gradually extended itself. The large canal constructed at an immense cost by the Kearney cotton mill and kindred industries it is thought Avill not stand a much greater rise. Two Miner* SUot HUNTINGTON, W. Va., June i.—Fighting is in progress German National, the City, Falls to Open Its Doors. . DKNVEB, Colo., June 9.— The German National bank did not open its doors yesterday. Cashier Kuhnmiller says that the institution is compelled to;; go out of business. A statement Avill be made later .in the day. The German National is one of the oldest banks in the city. _ • Wormer Is a 84.OOO Defaulter: CONCOBD, N. H., June 8. -Managers of the Page Belting company of this city state that a careful examination of the books shows that the shortage of Manager Wormer of the Chicago office will reach nearly $4,000. The de- was discovered two weeks.. 8, 2 a. is in progress on the OhioVde at°Kenova bridge, the Norfolk & Western railroad structure, guarded for several days by a-large force of deputies. -Two men have been, killed and four Wounded. The guards on the bridge were compelled to shoot into a crowd of men AV!IO approached suspiciously frpm the Ohio side. The Portsmouth, Ohio, company of militia reached there at 3 o'clock. CONGRESSIONAL. Washington SENATE. June 4.—The senate took up wttsniiiKtuii, u uuu ^» J.MVU«"V.-VW ^-i- sugar schedule of tariff bill and. the entire _ ° .. _„. — J {« 4 ^o nr\Tvi3irl OVP T.1 f^Tl cloudburst in the vicinity The burst swept the railroad for nine miles from the saAvmill at Lytton, where the' approaches to the government suspension bridge on the old Cariboo road were carried away. The Avaters also swept aAvay the iron bridge at Ashcroft and the Canadian Pacific railroad bridge near Spencer's station. The /water tore doAvn the mountain gorges with terrible velocity, and sent the river leaping over its banks in a boiling and seething current. This great volume of water is yet to be felt in the lower Frazer valley, which it will not reach for another day. As further details of the cloudburst are received the earlier reports of receding waters at Lytton and other poiqts of the river are discredited. However, it is not believed the lower river Avill rise much higher. Men Avho returned last night from upper river points bring sad stories of death, devastation and desolation. Settlers may be seen at every station floating on huge rafts made out of the wrecks of farm buildings, on which they have their families and their cattle. The government steamers _ are rescuing these as rapidly as possible. One of these rafts Avas relieved of its burden by the steamer.Gladys to-day. On the raft were a man and Avife and two children, one of them an infant, the other 3}^ years old. The horses and cattle constantly threatened to overturn the craft, for they Avere moving from sido to side in their efforts to secure food. But there was none for the animals, and what little there was for the human beings was.nearly exhausted Avhen the rescue was made. The younger child may die of exposure. Some idea of the horrors may be obtained Avhen it is stated that there are thousands of families similarly situated. A newspaper correspondent Avho returned this morning from a trip above Port Haney on a rescue steamer reports a terrible state of affairs in the upper river. Herds of half-starved cattle tied on rafts, with no one to guide the journey qf the insecure craft, were seen. Two houses tied to swaying rafts glided by. Families were at the doors with excited faces, but apparently safe. A red handkerchief Avas waved. , After many other exciting scenes the steamer sailed over the Central Pacific . , strsngthefted and possess plengr of ammunition. They AVill soo* tt^ch up'on the strikers at Still ttjlf who number 1,300 men and who **? «™ with Winchester? aftd ft lafge Wttttty of dynamite, which is planted all ftlofcfr the approach to their breast works, If a battle occurs it will bja Woody one. OsRAf-oosA, June S.-The tfoopahave been ordered home from Evans ( attd Muchakihock. as the marching ^miners have dispersed. The miners at those places continue to work and it is thought others Avill nbw fesiime, DE!VKB, June 6.-The eonfe.fehce between Oov. Waite for the strikers, and llagerman and Moffatt of the owners resulted in an agreement oft $3 for eight hours. Upon hearing this the; strikers at Cripple Creek laid down their arms, The deputies failed to disband because the agreement was not satisfactory to the operators, and the strikers again took up arms. The militia has been ordered to Cripple OrGCiic CoiAiMiUJB, O.. June o.— The executive board of the United Mine Workers decided to call a conference of mmets and operators in the various districts on June !). The loAva conference Avill be held at Oskaloosa. OSKALOOSA, June (5,-At Evans yesterday the 200 men on a strike and thirty Avqmen made a inarch and tongue- lashed the men going to work, but did no further harm. Two hundred Jasper county miners have arrived here from Stfrii.tvAN, Ind.. June 6.— The railroad track is blocked with burning coal and one train AvasbloAVn up with dyna- " MARION, Ills-, June 0.— Strikers are interfering Avith trains and have complete possession of the city. The governor has been called on for troops and has ordered three companies to report McltEKBi'OKT, June 6.—Yesterday evening as the workmen who took the places of the strikers at the National Coal Works Avere leaving the works they Avere attacked by 1,500 _ men, women and children and each given a beating. The mob now has possession of the Avorks. PITTSBURG, June 7.—Imported nonunion men and deputies have been nut into the mines of the Pittsburg district and an outbreak of strikers isthreaten- falcation ..—ago but Warmer claimed that it was small and agreed to make it good. He has noAV disappeared and is believed to be in Canada. Women End Club House's Career. ST. PAUL, Minn., June 7. —A number of young men at Cambridge, Minn., gome time ago established a club house, as there was no saloon in the place, t Yesterday sixty of the most prominent • women in the town battered doAvn tfee door of the club house, emptied oat the beer in the cellar and ended by tipping the building over. Michigan Miners PO Out, SEBEWALNG, Mich., June 7,—All the miners employed by the Saginaw Bay Coal company walked ont yesterday, demanding $1 a ton, They are npw getting 85 cents. Seventy miners are employed at Sebewaing. Maryland Militia Ordered Put. BALTIMORE, June 8,^-In anticip»» tion of trouble in the mining region of western Maryland the governor has ordered the Fifth regiment to jmr mediately proceed to Cumberland. Win Indorse a popuilgfc. INPIAXAPPLJS, Ind., June 7-—Capt- Allen, state ta$ commissioner and leader pf the Ninth district democracy, says that the democrats would indorse j$urkh»rt, the populist nominee fpr cpngress. J_ ^ _. ;.., . 7 Clserofeees $fi,{SpO,«9Q .,„.,....,..„ I, 1 ?-, Juno 5, have received the first „„„„ pf one-si2£th, pf their woney the^Dig payment p| ujpre than 000 will begin Monday a> Talj ',9,0,0, Cherpfeees wjll £r.ejt sbww day" was consumed in its consideration Avithout action. HOUSE. The entire day was spent in discussion or the state bank'tax repeal bill. SENATE. Washington, June 5,-The compromise amendments to the sugar schedule were ail adopted to-day, and by their provisions the bounty on sugar will terminate Jan- .uarvl, 18U5, and raV and refined sugars are taxed 40 per cent ad valorem. An amendment by Peffer for free sugar was lost, Hill voting with the republicans font, HOUSE. Day Avas spent in discussion of the state bank tax repeal pill. SENATE. . Washington, June 0.—A resolution for ft special committee on the existing public distress, Avbo shall receive petitions .from Morrison, Swift and others bearing upon the subiect, was adopted. Tariff bill came up and'tobacco and agricultural products schedules were considered, , HOUSE, The house bill for the repeal of the tax on state bank issues was defeated by a voteVot 108 to 1TS>, The affirmative vote was entirely r'smocratic, while 83 republicans, T5 democrats and 9 populists voted against it, b SENATE, Washington, June 7.-Tariff Pill came up id'rate on oat meal was fixed at 15 per cent and it was excluded from the reciprocity provision, * HOUSE, Indian appropriation bill Avas taken up and debatect ' k resolution calling OB secretary qf the treasury for information as to the enforcement of the immigration ana contract labor Jaws was adopted, SENATE. Washington, June S.HEJoar's resolution to sot af rest tlje government's claim alatnit the estate of Inland Stanford S§d on the table. Tariff W» came UP rates on. barley were increased w w PW oent on barley ana 35 per pent o» barley railroad and tied up at Wharnock rail- x, Ills., June 7.—The strikers have retreated before the militia. PBICIN, Ills., June 7.—A mob of about 500 attacked Little's coal mine near here yesterday. The two Littles and tAvo sons and a col ored man took shelter in the toAver amT/'began firing on the mob. The mob returned the fire and when the'battle ceased two men Averfe- , killed and a dozen wounded. The sheriff is powerless. ,,-,,.. •, COLUMBUS, June 7.—Gpv. McKmley has ordered 1,200 militiamen to the scene of the trouble in Belmont and Guernsey counties, where commerce and railway- traffic is being interfered Avith. • , . . . BRAZIL, Ind., June 7.— Acts of violence have been resorted to to delay, trains. One man has been killed and others wounded. , -• CKiBi'LK CBKEK, June T.—Yesterday it looked like a conflict Avould surely occur, but the. sheriff finally agreed to hold the deputies back until the militia arrives, and the miners say they will peacefully disperse upon the arrival of the state troops. • _ McKEKSPont, Pa., June 7.—The strikers are still in control of the tube works. They have obtained three cannon and planted them in position to command the bridges and prevent the entry of deputies into the city. A mob of 0,000 Avent to Duquesne. and took possession of the tube works there, drew the'fires and ran the hot metal. onto the floor. Barges Avere cut loose 1 and cars, chutes and platforms were burned, This region is in a state j of anarchy. .- • ' , ., DES MOINES, June 7.—The coal strike in central loAva presents no particular change from the condition of a Aveek, road station, which was half under water. The people of Wharnock told numerous tales of havoc and ruin, At Hatzic two houses and a store floated out toward the steamar. TO OPERATE WITH NON-UNION MEN. One Mine Near Plttsburg to JUw Vnder Guard— Can Not Agree, PITTSBUUG, Pa. , June 8, —Seventy deputy sheriffs, chosen on account of their military training and armed with rifles, have ]*ft for the mines of ,the Youghioghenv Gas Coal company, near Monongahela City, where th? first attempt of the coal operators to break the strike will be made this morninjy, Miners have been thrown into excitement by the arrival of imported men. and deputies. The operators on the Youghioyrheny and Greensburg will also make- an attempt to operate their mines" within the n0xt i lprty' eight hours with imported men. A meeting of operators was held at the ifpnppgahwla house yesterday. An agreement was drawn up in favor of the rto"»cent rate and all present were aeted to sign it Another meeting of the operators who wiU attempt to break, the strike Avas also held and plants perfected. the inpney, HOUfE. of tbe Indian pill occupied the tjine. Jun§ 9,— The tary p'f war has gent to the President an 'estimate, of the costof imprpVement necessary to extend njavjjration an Mississippi rivev from Bt, Pftul to flouy mills at Minneapolis, places the Qost'of this improve mew f $8,205,159. Four locM »n4 •" necessary PEKIN, Ills., June 7.—State troops ' arrived here yesterday and have restored peace in this region, MoKEESPORT, Pa., June?.—The operators here and at Ductuesne-declare theyAvill not attempt to operate the works at present, l -.,.,. CRIPPLE CRKEK, June 8.—The militia, arrived here yesterday and displaced the deputies, The disarmament has , , not yet begun, but will upon ,the ar* -, rival of more state troops, CRIPPLE CREEK, June 9,—The nuUtia , is noAV in complete control, the deputes having gone and the • leaders ot the strikers having fled. v The strikers are beginning to whine; before they threatened, ' |Tl}e8 » Claljn for »IB,PQP,OOQ. WAJmi?WTQN, June '7,—Attorney,* * General Olney h»s filed against the 1 ' 1 ' •estate, of the late Senator 8t»nfor4 a "claim in behalf of the United States - for the sum pf 81,^,000,000, that being the proportionate shave otthe'dfJkt of ; the Central Pacific railroad that the / estate owes the government under tt$, ,t theory that the personal asse^. ,qf ifce x _, individual mem hers of the - or4g|nftl - Central I'aciflc, syndicate' are li&Wf°£y, the dob> pf that corporation, to $**$,-; United States. " •, f f Say fcoa* Is PS;P<JP nn " ' ' ' ' ! 'Jpap an^ Others. aj?$ feegjaniflg to, , i the damage 4op fey iijbisi flflp4a throughout the risi'tliwest. 4 *"" of "-• '' weeks ago,, pigMed guilty at P§>§ Moinee the wa.8. «er« Ju^e cpnfe^nce with oj uttering f prge4

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