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Wednesday, May 16, 1894
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'!v§nte fitedue&tl terms. f Hi:, TMB PE8 MOINS8! AMO^A *epo?teA -Wftfify ttfl thfc claim «5i choetaw afld ' tttliekfts&W ItidJans to the Kiowa atid €6iaafi6he fesetfvatiotts. :,'' tlnaitfin&ti MeGann of the house com• ffi!ttee has prepared a report favoring r Investigation of the labor problem, \ -Republican senators have indicated 'tfaal they will vote with, the demo- «ifot& on amendments to, the' tariff bill J , "Which increase duties., ' Charles D. WaleOtt of' New York has ; -;been appointed lo succeed Major Powell as director of the United Stated ' geological society. , Chief fiazen of the secret service r will wage active war on firms' counter^felting World's Pair medals and , diplomas. ; John Patton, Jr., the new senator ffom Michigan to succeed Mr. Stook' '"brldgfe, was sworn in and Welcomed by 'his associates. • . Major Powell, at the head of the jgovertunont geological survey has re signed, owing to failing health. Coxey, Browne and Jones, the conv monweal leaders, were found guilty of violation the law. A motion for a new trial was entered. Discovery of irregularities at Boston has impelled Secretary Carlisle to order an accounting of stock in nil the bonded warehouses of the conn- try- A statement by Senator Hoar, in a speech on the tariff bill, that demo• crats who should support the compromise measure would violate the constitution and their oaths, drew an angry reply from Senator Gray. The New York and New Jersey bridge bill, amended to meet the objections of the President, was passed by the house. Changes in the tariff bill which have been made as a result of .the democratic compromise are announced. Congressman Hatch's report on the anti-option bill has been completed and submitted to the house. SPORTING NOTES. Standing of the .Clubs Mny 1 Games Clnbs. Played, Won, Lost Clevelands ........... 10 13 S Biiltimorcs ......... 18 12 6 PWladelphias ...... 18 12 0 BoBtons ...... ........ 17 11 0 Plttsburg.... ..... 18 11 7 New YorUs .......... 17 0 V, St. Louis.... . ....... 10 8 8 Cincinnati .......... 14 0 8 Broolllyns ; ........ 17 0 11 Loulsvlllos .......... 15 5 10 Chloagos. ........... 14 3 11 Washingtons.... ...JO 3 1C WESTEBN LEAGUE. - — ;••-'.• Games •< played. Toleflos ........... 10 Sioux Cit.ys Kaunas Citys Grand Rapids. Indianapolis Minneapolis.. . Detroits MUwauliees 12 13 ..10 15 ..13 15 10 Won. n 8 8 9 0 5 5 8 Lost B 7 0 8 10 7 ASSOCIATION. < Games Clubs. Won. ' Kt. Joseph 7 Iiincoln . 5 Omaha 4 liock Island-Molines 3 OesMolnos ' 8 - Peorla S Jacksonville.. 2 Quiuuy 0 Lost. . 0 O 3 3 4 4 0 7 Per Cent. 813 CftT C07 (W7 Oil EO) . 420 .153 '333 214 158 Per cent, ,«88 .007 .015 .693 .400 .S35 .33;) .MO Po't. 1,000 .714 ,C87 .600 .•129 .429 .2SO .000 Bolmgbroke club of London has offered a purse of §10,000 for the fight between Corbett and Jackson. Lallie Eastin won the Melbourne stud stakes, north $1,305, at Lexington in a romp. ' Duke of Portland's Amiable, at odds of 12 to I, won the thousand guineas jstakes. lor 3-year-pld fillies at New- marketi jltty li~Natiohai league bail jyf&Sies Resulted: Chicagos 4, Ltiuisvilles 3; Philadelphias 13, Baltimores 7; Pitts- burgs '7, Clevelands (\; New Yo'rks 5, Washingtons 4, May 11 — Scores of Western leag-uo ball games: Minneapolis 14, Sioux toitys, o; Tolcdos 5, Grand Kapids ^; Indianapolis 8, Detroits 4. May 10. — National icugue ball games resulted: Clevelands z, Pitts burgs ]; Oincinnatis 18, St Louis 9; Philadcl- phias 9, Baltiniores 3; New Yorks 0, Washingtons 3; Bostons 7, Brook- lyns 1, May JO— Western association games resulted; Peprias 18, Omahas 3; Lin- cons 31, Jacksonvilles 7; Des Ifoines JO; Quincys 3; S*. Josephs 10, Bock JsU fetalflS easily tfoft UiifeWa and Ma^flS placed 1 the 6-weepstalte to hW credit. tfo T*as givea the verdict in his with Mnl'ph? at Bostoti. Uo and Abbott fought a. ten-round draw at Hew jo—Scores of Western .league games: Minneapolis 15, Sious Citys t; Petroits ?1, Indianapolis Ig; Toledos g4, Oraad Kapids 4, . «-^Scores of Western Assacia* ball games: Peorias 13, Des 1*5 St. Josephs §5, (JwincyB 0; , Islands 13, Ljncplne 5i Omahas 9, JapkspnYJHes 7. May 6 — Western League ball games Kansas Citys 4, Milwaukees 3; Sioux Citye J3| Minneapolis n; Toledoes ;, 11, Indian- 5. 7— Scores of Natipnal League games: Cleyplands 7, Chicagos 1; 4, New Vorks 0; Philade}' 7, Byooklyns 5; Cincipnatis 17. Sfc Louis 8, Lou>.villes 17, Wji8hi»gtP»s.o Sfj>y 7.-r-Re6Hlt6 ot Western league »p'4s 20, I Pstyojts 7; bajl AND Available wheat stocks, aecording to Bradstreet'S, are: East of the Rockjc Mountains, 80,052,000; .west of the Rockies, 0,202,000 bushels. Bradstreet's review says some lines of trade are improving with season able weather for farm work. All business is affected by the coal minors' strike. Business at the banks continues very quiet and fates oft call for money Were never Clearing'house reports for .principal cities in the United States show a d crease over the corresponding week of last year of 3JJ. 4 per Cent. Dun ifc Ca's Weekly Review of Trade shows a material decrease in failures in tho United States and Canada. State Bank Commissioner Breidenthal has Warned Kansas banks againsb agreeing to pay notes in anything bul legal tender. Output of the Chicago and Milwaukee breweries for April showed a de- creese of 3,080 barrels. No dividend Will be declared on the ordinary shares for some time. A. N. Schuster & Co., wholesale dealess in clothing- at ,St. Joe, Mo., have failed. Liabilities are placed at $5'iO,000, covered by assets. Favorable crop reports are received from all sections of tne country ox- eept the Pacific coast and the southern portion of the cotton region. A decrease in wheat of l,-)^i,000 bushels, in corn of 2, 7(>r>, 000 bushels, and, an increase in oats of lu:J,000 bushels are shown by the visible supply statement NOTABLE DEATHS. CoL Casper Budd, famous for break- iner up the Knights of the Golden Circle in Indiana, died at Crawfordsville aged 89 years. Jessa P. Frley, thr ee times mayor of Dubuquc, Iowa, and a pioneer railroad builder, is dead. POU1TICAI- It is believed friends of Senator Cullom will prevent Cook county giving William Mason its indorsement. Populists of Illinois will case a test of the apportionment acts of 1882 and 18D3. Richard Croker has formally withdrawn from tho leadership of Tammany hall organizatibns. Women of the Ashland district,Kentucky, have dstermined to petition Breckinridge to withdraw from the congressional race. Edward Lane was nominated for congress by the democrats of the Eighteenth Illinois district. Republicans elected W. H. Penman mayor of East Chicago, Ind., and four of the BIX council men. Democrats of Fulton county,Illinois, instructed their delegates to the state convention to vote for the nomination of John C. Black for senator. Col. Brockinridge continued his campaign for re-election with a speech at Paris, Ky., which was well received by a large audience. RAILROAD NEWS. Western lines have abolished all through rates. This puts tho burden of meeting lake and rail rates on eivst- ern roads.. First mortgage bondholders of the Indianapolis, Decatur & Springfield line bought it at auction in New York for 81,bOO,000. . FORBIGN. Execution of KmSle Henri, tho Paris anarchist, has been indefinitely postponed, Henry Herbert Asquith, Q. C., M. P., anil Miss Mnrgot Tennunt were married in tit. Paul's cathedral, London. Election in Hawaii for delegates to the constitutional convention were orderly* The complexion of the convention will be strongly conservative. By a vote of 201 to :.':iO the French government was sustained by the deputies in its determination to prosecute M, Toussaint for inciting 1 workmen to continue a strike, A bomb was exploded at the entrance to Prince OdescaleM's palace in Kome and three persons were in» jured. Twenty*three mejnbersof tho exeeii- tive committee of the Roumanian national party were placed on trial for treaspnin Hungary and JO.OOO sympa- thisers gathered to protest. Four persons were killed and thirty injured by an explosion of acids at the Cordite works near London. The seven tourists imprisoned in the Souraich cavern in Austria since April 28 were rescued by government engineers. They were almost insane from the nervous straia Troops charged with drawn swords op anti-Jewish rioters in Urajewo, Kussian Poland, killing four and wounding 100. Emperor WilUani of Germany did heroic work in lighting a fire which threatened tP destroy CatPW, a villago near Potsdam. A new cabinet 1'as been formed in Holland with. Hen- Rooll as president of the council and minister of foreign in t&e annual ealpij exposition 'iCoxeyites wcfe shotftSd 100 captured in 6, fighl With dlfic'efis ttt North Yakima, Wash. Gus Meeks, his 'wife and two chil« dfen awcre murdered at Browning, Mo. ,< by men against whom they were to be called a* witnesses, Mrs. tfake Bradford, who secured $200,000 from gullible Now York people, has disappeared. The Money was lost on Wall street. Armed strikers are determined to drive out the negroes working in the Kansas mines and bloodshed is feared. Jesse Moody, moved to the act by jealousy, fatally shot Mrs, Weimer at Youngutown, Ohio, and wounded Harry Messerly, a bystander. Seven men, armed with Winchesters, robbed the bank in Southwest, City, Mo., of $4,000 and shot four citizens. Three conVlctsi in the state prison at Jackson, Mich., overpowered, ft guard and tried to blow down the,wall with dynamite. A catastrophe was narrowly averted. Jacob Rudolph, a henchman of "Blind Boss" Buckley, shot Business Manager Eliot of tho San Francisco Chronicle. A silver dollar saved Eliot's life. ______________ CASUALTIES. Akron, Ohio, was visited by a violent windstorm and rainstorm. One man was killed by lightning. MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. St. -Louis grain men charge that Chicago traders secure advance government crop reports. "Tip," the ferdcious elephant in Central Park, New York, who has destroyed eight men, was killed by poison, the ^execution re<Juii'inpf nine hours' time.' Patriotic women unveiled a monolith to Mary Washington at Fredericksburg, Va. President Cleveland made an address. E. P. Wheelock of Madison, was elected master workman by tho-.grancl lodge A. O. U. W. of Wisconsin. All but one of the banks in St. Paul are charged with being in a combine to pay the city but 1 per cent for its daily balances. Miss Starr of Hull house, Chicago, urged organization of women in a paper before the working girls' convention in Boston. Oeorgo Gould was blackballed by the Racquet and Tennis club of New York. Archbishop Ireland addressed the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers at St. Paul on. "Tho Relations of Capital and Laboi-." Members of Randall's industrial army found a spy sent by Secretary Gresham in their ranks, and .he was dismissed, c Gen. Randall's army has split into two divisions, 100 men under Judge Advocate Sullivan seceding because of dissatisfaction with the management. A light between-the factions is feared. Col. J. A, Watroits, commander of the Wisconsin Cf. A. R., charges that money sent, to the Richmond, Va., post for use in decorating soldiers' graves has been diverted to other purposes. A memorial to Edwin Booth was dedicated nt the grave of the player in Cambridge, WHOLE FAMILY MURDERED. Mother and Kour Children Slnlu— in DBiiRor of Lynching. llKowmNd, Mo., May 1 S.—GusMocks, his wife and four children were found murdered near a straw stack in an open Held hero last evening The murderers aro under arrest here and a lynching will probably occur soon. Meeks and his family lived at Milan and were coming hero yesterday to visit relatives. They wore waylaid. Tho cause of the crime is said to lie in the fact that Meeks was a damaging witness in a big cattle case lust September, Great excitement prevails, and if the murderers aro fully identi- lied the .sheriff will be unable to pre-> vent summary punishment, At a late hour a farmer came It; from the north- cast, and said that tho supposed murderers had fled and that not loss than 500 men were after them. MARKET REPORTS. MAY 11. CHICAGO. CAm.E—Common to ptluto.,,.1 1 fi"> Q 1 f>3 HOGS—Shipping gnules, 425 @ 5 25 SHEBP—Fiitr to choice 1 50 @ & 0!) WHEAT—No. 2 red , © &7';4 COHN—Xo. 2 S9J«a IIOjJ OATS—No. S @ 24 Byis—No. « , <a* 45« BUTTKH—Choice creamery...,. 14 KOGS—Frosh 9 POTATOES—i'or bu C8 © 4ft 72 WHIUT-NO. 2 , » (30 COUN—No. 2 yellow ,. CATTLE ..,,..,,..,,.,, 30) HOGS , . 3 23 ) 50 PISOKIA. COHN—No. 2 white..,, PATS—Np.2 white , ST. LOUIS, CATW.B 2 13 HOGS ,,.,.,.. , 4 09 \VBB41v-Nd. 2 Hod. COUN— No. a........ . '4 ...... ... -1 0) 5 25 5(1 ©5 00 @5 15 ©-1 (XI VYBBAT-Np. White -NS s . Hoes ..... ,.,, ................... 4 01 i'l @4 40 ©5 OS NEW YOIUt. Bed ..... « «l> •<* 015J «.*; ass-i 17 ON WE A Ltf ASTER Vt&tERDAY. boatload <tt ln<to*t*!iti« C&psties At Ellettflbnrff, trrtSh., ftnd Font- Arc Drowned—Cttmmotmrealori! KiUed by Constable In tMllfocnlrt. Wash., May 12 — Four of the body of industrials which started down the Yakima river in a boat were drowned by the capsizing of the craft, which became tin manageable ill an eddy. Twenty-one men escaped With a drenching. 'NOHTU YAKtMA, Wash,, May IS.—Another collision took place between deputy marshals and comtnonwealers about 4 o'clock yesterday and two of the latter are now confined at the hospital, suffering from gun-shot wounds. They had captured a train and refused to leave it. Two of them were wounded, but not seriously. Others, to the number of 120, were marched to the county jail and locked up. SPOKANE, Wash., May 12.—Major Johnstone of this city, in command of the state cavalry, has received a tele gram from the sheriff at Yakima asking the authorities to call out the troops to quell the riotous proceedings of the commonwealers there. The request was referred to Gov. McOrawfor action. United States Marshal Pinkham has gone to Sand 1'oint on a special train with twenty deputies and fifty United States regulars. TACOMA, Wash., May 12-—Great trouble has resulted since the officials of the Northern Pacific have insisted upon the United States deputy marshals preventing the Coxeyites from riding on trains. The industrials arc ugly and the citizens along the railroad are alarmed. At several points there is a demand for troops. SACHAMKNTO, Cal., May 13.—Consta- blo Fleckenger shot and killed Col. Paisley of the industrial army at Rocklin, Cal., early yesterday. At 4 o'clock the industrials under Liietit. Smith, TOO strong, seized a freight train at Arcade station and went to llocklin. Engineer Williams, a member of the party, Was placed under arrest by Constable Fleckenger. Smith and ' Col. Paisley protested, there was a quarrel and Ifleckenger drew a pistol and pointed at Smith, who jumped to one side. The constable fired and killed Paisley. The industrials became furious and started to lynch Fleckenberger. Smith, however, protected him and aided him to escape, lie is now at large. Engineer Williams meantime had been locked up The industrials demanded his release, and citizens, fearing -trouble restored him to liberty. RAXOAl^L'S MEN HEbD IN CHECK. Soutli llend -Supplied Food, but They Can Not Bourn at Will. SOUTH HEXD, Ind., May 12.—Randall's army is camped on the banks of the St. Joseph river. Though hundreds applied for admittance during the afternoon no one without a pass from the chief of police was admitted within the inclosure. The chief says the preermtious have been taken to prevent contagion. ' After a six hours' march Randall's party arrived hero from New Carlisle at 1 p. m. They had covered fourteen miles. Two miles from the city Randall was met by the chief of police and Capt. Cassidy on horseback. They conducted the army to the city limits, where they were joined by a squad of police. The city has provided ample supplies for the men. Randall is out of funds and much worried thereat. He wishes to remain here over Sunday, but the police say he must move on. Klkhurt, the next stopping place, is making preparations to receive the army with a police guard and somo provis ions, ^ TO uxoiaa SAM. Colorado "O'eulers" Think Their Arrest n Uanofuotioii. TOPKKA, Kan., May 12.—The Sanders band of train stealers arrived here at 1:20 o'clock yesterday as prisoners of United Slates Marshal JMoeley. Sanders says the Missouri Pacific destroyed SB,000 worth of property trying to prevent him getting out of Colorado. In the army are three locomotive engineers, live firemen, three telegraph operators, and one civil engineer. Not a weapon of any kind was found among them by the deputy marshals. Sanders is an electrician and a native of Missouri. He is 39 years old and a natural commander. Marshal Neeley's prisoners will have a formal hearing Monday before United States Commissioner Waggener, when they probably will be turned loose for the people of Topeka to take care of, Sanders and his men look upon their arrest as a benefaction. The leader says: "We are very much obliged- to Uncle Sam for helping us this far on our journey, providing' us with comfortable cars, a,n4 keeping ns fyorn hunger." ' • (i<JQ(| Moiws, J^ay 13.—The Kelly de? tachtneio.t of the industrial army is making goo4 headway with its fleet. Kelly sgid he wou!4 get along *li right and re^ch XV&islnrigton on time. "Jj^bor organizations of the country," he sai4, "are contyibtjting 1 liberally, and we will have money enough to get along Pfl. \Vohavesui3Hcient provisions at present, or will have when the Oskaloosg, deleg^Uon, which is delayed, gets here." Ore-, May 13 — '. ijrmy, which s* weefc ago tajae4 6i.K) i»en, tP-d-iY fcftgllAh Stocttti&idefr* AdtfteS* tbfi Concfifrttntf fcentfal i' NEwYonri, Mav 12.— William Morehead and T. ,T. Lorigdoa, representatives of Ebglish holders of Central Pacific railroad stock, have written a letter to C. P. Huntitigton, in which they say: "We have' for toed' very decided opinions as to our rights and expect shortly to be in a position to enforce them. However, We are most desirous, if possible, of avoiding disputes or litigation and in this view we note with satisfaction the conciliatory tone of the concluding portion of your letter. If you and the other gentlemen associated with you arc prepared to approach the question at issue with the English stockholders in the same spirit every effort will bd made on our part to bring the negotiations to a satisfactory conclusion. No further action of an antagonistic character will betaken by us during the month of May in the hope of hearing from you again, un- fesa it should become apparent that negotiations could lead to no useful or practical result." RUSH TO THEGO.LD FIELDS. Intense Kxcitomont In West Australia — of the Alinodn, SAN FKANCISCO, Cal., May _ 13. —The most important news received from Australia by the steamer Almeda deals with the rush to the mining camps of Cool Garcia in West Australia and of Wyalong in New South Wales. Early in M arch there were 3, 000 on the ground and the number has since increased several hundred daily. March 30 it had reached 8,000. The road froni the nearest settlement, thirty miles distant, is in fearful condition and the water supply is bad. The camp swarms with men who have had no experience in raining and who fall ready victims to sharpers. Others who have no means and who .expected to get work have crowded in. They are practically destitute and the government will have to help them out. ,WAS ROTTEN YEARS AGO. SoiiBHtioiml better Introduced In the Trial of Indluuiipolls Wreckers. INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., May J, 2. — In the trial of the wreckers of the Indianapolis National bank yesterday the. government introduced a letter from the comptroller of the currency to Haughey, the president of the bank, dated in J885, and ordering the doors closed unless their affairs were placed on a substantial basis at once and the laws obeyed. The letter showed that nine years ago the bank was rotten to the core and had not a, dollar behind it. The letter produced a wonderful sensation on account of its startling contents. The government will rest its ease Monday. T. P. Haughey will be placed on the stand in rebuttal, CYCLONE IN OHIO. , Demolished at fiulton—Men Killed By Lightning. DAI.TON, Ohio, May 12.—A cyclone swept over this city last evening. Trees were blown down, windows smashed, houses wrecked, roof torn off and the pottery of 15. Houghton demolished. The roof was blown oil Ooudy & Locke's mill, and the houses of William Locke and Samuel Goehanaurs were badly wrecked. The storm was accompanied by lightning and rain. Roy Oberlin, while standing by a fence, was struck by lightning and killed. Agalimt the (iulf Road Deal. DKNVKR, Colo., May 13.—The protest in tho form of a memorial by Ex-Oov. Evans to congress, arguing at length against the Gulf road being included or authorized to bo included in the proposed organization of the Union Pacific, has been indorsed by the Denver chamber of commerce and board of trade, and Colorado's senators and representatives were requested to use all their influence to bring it before congress and to secure the cousidora- of its arguments and the observation of its protests. !Mny Filci an Appeal. LONDON, May 13.—The extradition of Charles Meiinier, the anarchist who is wanted by the French police on the .charge of complicity in the Cafe Very explosion in Paris, was ordered to-day by Sir John Itridge, the chief magistrate in the Bow street police court. The chief magistrate, however, allowed Meunier seventeen days within which to file an appeal. March of the CojoyUes. NEW YOIIK, May 13.—George A. Sweetland, commander of the eastern contingent of Coxey's army, was held in $500 bonds for trial in the Morrisi- nia police court to-day on the charge of unlawfully parading. Sweetland says transportation has been secured for his mep. to Newark, N. J., and they will start to-morrow. Amiable Win* the Thousand Guineas, LONDON, May 13.—The Thousand Guinea stakes of £100 for 3-year-old fillies, the second to receive £200 aqd the third to save her stake, at Newmarket to-day, was won by the dulse of Portland's Amiable; Lady Minting,' owned by Mr. Russell, was second.and Henry Milner's Mecca third Blizzard's I'rcijtlee |« in Danger. WA^EIWOVVN, S, p., May 32.—A tei> pi fie sandstorm ra,ged here yesterday. All business was at a, standstill, the schools were closed, and the session of the Circuit court adjourned- The fire department wfts heltj ift readiness for any emergency* GolUhorn I<j In Custody. NEW YOBB, May 12.—Ludwig B. Goldhorn, the young cashier for the American branch of the Mannheim In- !fUF%nce cpmpany, who 4ienppeare4 fypw tW,9 Pity Ap|4 18, $fter forging fee conjpsny *0 the extent tf-nfct <if fcooflden««s Sfleh la nt 'speculation.. *f»w.To«K, May 1* -f- & p«J A Co. '6 Weekly Review of Trade says. "The speculation in grain'has tigftitt broken records with the lowest price ever 'made for wheat, although western receipts are a little smaller than a yeftf ago, while, exports are also smallet by more than a quarter. The prevailing- belief is that the yield will, as in other recent years, far exceed government indications, which are again po itttit j& to a short crop. Corn has changed m price but little and pork products have been fairly steady, with oil and coffeo unchanged, but cotton is Weaker m tone, although receipts from plantations are a little smaller than a year ago. It is a striking evidence of the general want bf confidence that there is so little speculation while money is abundant almost beyond precedent. "One large failure about doubled the aggregate of liabilities for firms failing in the.week ending May 3, which otherwise would have been quite small, but were 9?, 03S!,70k The number and tho general average of, liabilities are still encouragingly shrinking. For four weeks of Aprfl the liabilities reported were $3,620,8634 of which $3, o87,320 were of manufacturing and 5H,677,090 of trading concerns. For. the last week the failures were 200 .in the United States, against 25? lasbyear, and forty-two in Canada, against twenty-three last year, with, none of especial imnorlancc, although, four bank failures are included. Arbitration Settles It.. ST. PAUL, Minn., May^ii. — Arbitration as proposed by t,«ie company, has happily" settled tha 'difference between employes and the Great Northern railway, and wheels are again turning on all parts of the line. The company now 'announces half- fare excursions. for homeseekers and investors May 8th and 29th from St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth and West Superior to points In Minnesota, the Dakotas and Montana. Tickets good for thirty days, with, stop-over privileges, Bishop Dubs Huled Out lu loiva, DBS MOINES, Iowa, May 12. — The Snr preme court yesterday sustained the; decision of the lower courts in the Dubs-Bowman Evangelical church. case. The Dubs faction is now finally defeated. The court followed the Illinois and Ohio decisions on the same; questions. _ • Gxploalon at I'aris, France. PARIS, May 12. — A bomb was exploded at 11:30 last night at the residence of Pierre Masson, a hat manufacturer at No. 42 Avenue Kleberg-. Nobody was injured. A man has been arrested on suspicion of having caused. the explosion. Germany Sending Ships to Siiruo*. BERLIN, May 12. — The Post says tho German 'government has decided to assemble a larger number of war ships at Samoa. The first vessels to be dispatched will be the Falke and Bussard, and afterwards the three German cruisers now in South American waters — the Alexandrine, Marie, and Arkona. Torpedo lioat to lie tunnelled To-Day. IWBUQUK, Iowa, May 12. — The torpedo boat Ericsson will be launched at- 4 o'clock this afternoon. There will be a parade of military and citizens, an artillery salute, and speeches and Miss Carrie L. Kiene will break a bot- , tie of dedicatory wine over the new vessel's bow. * More Sl.iulcnts Arrested in Rnssiiv. ST. PKTEKSHUHO, May 12. — In addition to the recent arrest of forty students- on suspicion of being nihilists, other students have been arrested simultaneously at Moscow, Tvar and Smo- lensk. ___ _ PopullKtH Doclilo Not to Fune, CHEYENNE, Wyo., May 12. — The populist state central committee has decided not to fuse with the democrats this year. The people's party will nominate full state and county tickets. and make an aggressive campaign. Creek Goes to I'rlaoi* for Life. BLOW, 111., Stay 13. — Bcauregard Creek was to-day convicted of the murder of Elbert Wilson, and was sentenced to the penitentiary for life \ The crime was committed at Lombard May 25, 1603. Fatal Fire at Coluiubua, Ohio. COLUMBUS, Ohio, May 12. — In a fire last night which destroyed t x io Pennsylvania railway company's depot one man is known to have perished and iV is feared two others lost their lives. Commodity Rntos Canceled, DENVER, Colo., May 12. — The Color rado-Utah Freight association has- been forced by the freight-rate vvav between roads running east to cancel all commodity rates between and Utah points, Arrival of Couutesa of SAN FfBAJjcisco, Cal,, - May }3,— ,Among the passengers of the steamer Alarneda, which arrived fronj New. Zealand, is the countess of Glasgow; wife of Lord Glasgow, goyewpv Qt- New Zealand. O14 Lincoln JJndjfes Found. NEW YOBK. May 13. — Whi)e tearjngr down an old buildings-yesterday Oft- Fourth avenue some workmen found about 50,000 badges designed for the presidential campaign; of 1S64. Som<a of them bea,r the likeness of Lincoln,. Bayard (Ljoeg to Ipoland. LONDON, May 13.— Mr. Thomas F. Bayard, United States ambassador and Mrs, Bayard left for Dublin today to spend a few days qs guests oi ! Lord Poughton at Djab)in_castle. Pa,, May U Federation pf Woine^ «?lubs, yesterday

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