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NEWS IN IOWA 3-year-old of Dr. Win. Esser aeeidCtttally himself while frt&yiSgf about tho children'splayhouse. 1'he little fellow been left by the other children, ttHd had climbed tipott ft stone by tho aide of the playhouse in Banker Alli^ Soft's bftck yttl-d to look in itttct sec if the other children were there, when lie slipped and fell, his head catching between two boards of the roof Of the playhouse, and there he hanged. The body tvas colittiittMitelcsa- whefi fotmd 1>y Mrs.- Allison,' who had run out to «eo where the children RUINED. WnteM «t K«lfch8bn«-«r State of AITnlrs. , May 8.— Tlio rapidly falling waters disclose a bad state of affairs north of Burlington. Tlio big jind costly government dike near Keithsbtirg, which 1ms been under water for some time, is found to have been washed away and almost completely ruined, meaning many weeks to replace it and a great expense. Tho- dike is a very important one. Soundings also show that where there a landing in ten feet of watov at Oquawaka there is now a deposit of earth, sani^iimlgt'avcl nine feet thick. BETTER FOR STODDARD. All Expert Accountant Show* He Wa« >'«t •>- B Booillcr. £ CEDAB RAIMDS. May 8.— A little over '»a year ago when .T. 0. Stoddard re- tirc'd from the olflce of city treasurer, after filling it for about sixteen years, an examination of his books showed a shortage of nearly §1.'.',000. Recently Mr. Stoddard made a settlement with the city by paying 80.000. An expert accountant has just finished auditing the books, dating back from the time Mr. Stoddard took the office, and discovered that nearly the whole shortage of only about Sl,r.0l), which it Is believed will yet be found. IOWA GETS FIRST HONORS. At the Interstate Oratorical Contest of State Normal Schools. EMPOJUA, Kansas, May 0. — The second annual meeting and oratorical contest of the Interstate League of State Normal Schools was held here. The states comprising the league arc Iowa, Illinois, Kansas, Missouri and Wisconsin. Iowa's representative, Percy. Hunt, of Cedar Kapids, MOMJ& AL»»*A. IOWA WOMTC8P4Y MAY.18._lgff. ELlili / ftl*. May R.-ns*. If. 13. Colby, UK* young !Mct1iodi*t preacher from tfiecy, who was-recently **• oncralprt by tin- Mnhoslta county grnml jury from charges of seduction b.y Itls adopted sister, has bc^n siis- fieridcd from tho conference, tor several days ah investigatiofc co'ihtnittco* representing the Oshnioosa conference, has been at work on the case nhd Juts found sufficient evidence to eortficthim. He Jiiis' bison notified of his suspension itntlJ. tho quarterly conference ili I'olla in July. It is understood that \vhcii Colby was before the grand jury lie broke down several times while: giving his evidence, and especially so when a doctor who had waited on the girl entered tlie room. Vrotn tliis suspicious action the church fell-it their duty to inquire further, and the Inter developments are said to be quite sensational. Aflcr nn Kicrtitlro Tarcloa. OmiMWA. May 10.—Amelia Darby Kvans, now serving: a sentence of fifteen years in tho Auamosa penitentiary for the murder of Thos. Lloyd, at a small coal mining town near Ottuimvn, In June, 1803, is about to be pardoned by Governor Drake, She is slowly dying of consumption, and her mother lias petitioned that she be pardoned and allowed to die at home. All the officers and court officials connected with tho case signed tlic petition. Lloyd betrayed and slandered Mrs. Kvans. and she and her husband killed him in cold blood. The woman's husband was sent up for life. Col. II cndftrnoii Recovering. BumigiJK, May 10.—Congressman Henderson has recovered sufficiently to start for Washington. His leg, which caused recent trouble, is in such condition that another amputation is necessary, but the operation will not be performed until he has reached Washington. Republican Convention at Cedar Rapids. DKS MOIXK.-:, May 7.—The republican state central committee met in ! DCS Moines and decided to hold the state convention in Cedar Rapids on the ISth of August. C. M. Harl. of Council P.luffs. will, be the temporary chairman. IOWA CONDENSED. At Des Moines recently John V.Crnra, the well known athlete, who has so often carried the colors of the State won | University to victory in short distance lirst place, Missouri's representative | foot races, died at Mercy hospital, second, Illinois's third, Wisconsin"!* [ Cnsm's home was at Bedford, but fourth, Kansas's fifth. I recently he came to Des Moines to Voljjer Kstrailitcd. DUBUQUK, May 7.—Judge Woolson held Carl "Volger to await extradition by President McKinley. In December last at a village in Hanover, Prussia, Volger fired two buildings owned by his father, who had made a will disinheriting him. When suspicion settled upon him, Volger fled to America. The Prussian consul at Chicago finally | located him and he was arrested in. \Vashiugtoji county. Iowa. ' Tho <Jcl»;R>' Case Appi-aled. I CEIJAB HATHI!?, May 7.—The triai fit Itev.'J. W. Geiger, pastor of the COB-' gregational Church at Marion, on , charges of nnministerial conduct, pre-1 nented by the Davenport Association, lias been interfered with. The district > riowt was appealed to, and granted an 1 injunction restraining the committee ' ivom trying the case on the ground of j prejudice. j _;! Verdict lor Modem Woodmon. : DuninjuE, May 7.—The trial in the j place his --Rub Oat" on the market. The raaifc of death was appendicitis. Captain Thomas, of the Iowa State University "case ball club, was seriously injured a few days ago at Mt. Vernon In a game with Cornell iwrilejfi*. Ttiomas. who was on first foaAfr. .•itrxtpwj: to pick no the ball, when Jfocitfo, wf C'flfTBfell, collided with him. 'cafe*: strce-k the captain on the was unconscious for and for a vririle it was (ieaw«l. he $;s«i sustained fatal injuries T5i:<: |>-3ry SB ifae case of Hatch VR JBi« *."5iiMs»y<>. Milwaukee «t St. Pau rsiSsvay eotuipacT, on trial in the federa «rjwsrt '<e.\ \ttfiaoty3K, utter "being ou «:2%liV;*-0 houj*. returned a verdict o *O*rti fw plasntSS. The suit v IttWE™!)*. ?«xr Ste death of Judge Hatch «f J5iH(ij\f-g r *>r, •» bo ttf pped into a erfTert, WKj/rwMxrkbd 3>y railing'. The aaioiKul eJainstd v.afc $35.000, and the <c5B*e Ibai* sUe*x» l*f ore tlie court three cascofUeo. Harris against the Modern ; £*»UJ» «»» i>-year-old daughter of Woodmen of America for SI0,000 dans- Tijoifla* Stwn*i»efcer of Newton, j ugcs for an alleged injury wliile being j vra* wriojad.v. if not dangerously hurt ] initiated, was ended abruptly in the while playing in the WAR IN ^ Losnosr, May 4.—Epirus has again been invaded by the Greeks, and trooping Hellenic spirits have been revived by the offensive tactics. Mspatches from Arta state that the Droops have advanced as far as Philippiada, which they have oceupied for the third time, Xo resistance ttas offered by the Turks, who are strongly ntrenched at Pentepigadia, a. few miles away, but a desperate conflict m he near * future is believed to be probable, Fighting is still going o.i leal- Proves!, the Turks paining a irictorv. L/ouerro has been added to he list of the towns thus far captured ram the Greeks. ATHENS, May 4.—The diplomatic sit- mtiort may be summed tip as {follows: requests for mediation have been or Will be made by Greece to the powers Until the ministers of war and narlne i - eport upon the condition of lie Greek forces. The powers hare not offered mediation, but do not conical the fact that a request for inter- •entlon would be highly acceptable. Minister of foreign affairs Skouloudis ays the military situation is greatly iiiproved in both Epirus and Thessaly. PIIAIISAI.A, May 6.—The correspond- ntof the Associated Press says the Greek line was attacked by a Turkish orce of 20,000 infantry in addition to irtillcry and cavalry. Col. Makris ommanded tlie-Greek .left wing and Jol. Mayromichalis the right xving Uoth repulsed the Turks, wjth great laughter. The railway station was .estroycd by the Turkish shells, and ailway communication between this joint and Volo is interrupted. VOLO, May 0.—The Turkish squadron efuses to leave the Dardanelles to neet the Greek fleet. Prince George las gone with a fleet of torpedo boats o blockade Salonica and intercept the Turkish reinforcements from 'Smyrna. ATHENS, May 7.—Austria and Germany have joined the other powers in jroposing mediation between Greece and Turkey. General Smolensk! is re- reating slowly and in an orderly fashion to Almyro, and , T olo has been almost completely evacuated. The forces under Prince Constantino reached Domoskos unmo- ested. It appears that the great massing of Turkish troops and their inove- nents led to a suspicion that an attempt \vas being projected to surround Pharsala. A council of war was leld in the Greek camp, and it was decided to retire to Domoskos. which was reached at dawn. The Greeks promptly occupied strong positions on the mountain range overlooking Do- inoskos. PHAJISAT.OS, May 8.—"When the Greeks abandoned Pharsalos -the surrounding villages also Jell into the hands of the Turks. A mountain battery, eighteen mules and a large quantity of ammunition and provisions and tha personal effects of the Greek princes, Crown Prince Constantino and Prince Nicholas, fell into the hands of the Turkish forces. LONDON, May 8.—An Athens special says a telegram was received from Prince Constantine, saying: Our new position at Domoskos is one of great strength. "We arc resolved to hold it at all costs. The retreat from Phar- sala was rendered imperative by overwhelming numbers of the enemy, but it was affected without mishap. YAI.ESTIXO. May 10.—The Greeks have evacuated Volo and the city has been occupied by the Turks. Gen. Smolensk! has made an effort to join the main army at Domokos, but as yet it is not known whether he has been successful. ATJIKXS. May 30.—Col. Vassos has retired frum Crete and the government li;ib announced that the Greek forces will be gradually withdrawn from the AWFUL CAfASffcdPHfc. flaws* In ft toeftth *nrn*64 for ft ttnfrdi-eo'. May fi.— -frhro started !h t. crowd6tl chaf'itable bfigflftf, at which the Duchess D'Uazes and othet fcreli known patronesses were present. Tho managers of the baaanr i-ad arranged tlic stalls so as to represent rt street Oi old Paris, and it had just been opened. The proceeds of the sales at each stall were devoted to a separate charity. The stalls were presided over by wel; known society ladies. Although *t= alarm was sent out with reasonable promptness, the whole wooden structure waa blazing before the fireman could approach the bazaar. The rooi and almost the whole building collapsed. falling fupoti the unfortunate people, many of whom are supposed tt have! previously succumbed to tht stifling smoke. A panic ensued and n great mass of humanity hurled itsell at the exits, through which it was unable to escape. Scores were trampled under foot and left to be burned tc death. The structure burned rapidly and the firemen were powerless to stay the flames. The -scene was the most appalling. According to the latest reports 11G corpses has been removed tc the Palais de d'lndustrie, while it is believed many yet remain in the ruins. Nearly all of these bodies are unrecognizable, the heads of most of them being burned off. The list of injured number 180. Among the dead and injured are many of the leading citizens of P^ris and France. •PARIS, May 7.— 'It is now estimated that there were about 1,200 persons in the building when the fire was discovered, about one-half of whom escaped tin hurt. Some estimate; place the number of dead at- 141'. others at a still higher figure. A TARIFF WAR. IIouuc TVays and Means Committee l)ls- pleanod With the Senate Bill. CHICAGO, May 7.—In a Washington dispatch to the Times-Herald, Walter Wellman says war between the senate and'housc of representatives is foreshadowed by the revision of the taritt bill made by the senate committee on finance. The bill reported to tho senate contains 1,200 changes from the. Jingley bill. The members of the louse ways and means committee arc angered at the manner in which the bill has been torn to pieces and charge that it has been done in wan- :onness. It is charged that the controlling principle which actuated the members of the house committee—that the country not only needed more revenue, but more protection, has been deliberately reversed and that the senate committee made so many reductions in its revision' of the various schedules that at'the end it' found it necessary to go into the internal system for the revenue which had been thrown away from the custom duties. This explains the appearance of an increase in the tax ujioii beer from SI tc SI.-14 a barrel, and it also explains the imposition, at the eleventh hour, of u duty upon tea. ''Senators Allison, and Aldrich, who are more directly i'e- sponsible for the revision than any other senators," says the dispatch, ''declare their faith in their ability to have the act upon tho statute books by the JSt of Julyj the day on which the law is set to go into elYect. Whether or not they will bo. able to ranke good this prediction remains to be seen, but it must be borne in mind that the sen- ute revision of the bill has been framed with a direct view to speedy action in the senate. • It has been twisted about to meet tho peculiar conditions which exist in that body, and Senators Allison and Aldrich generally know what they are about." NEW YORK ANTI-TRUST LAW. United States court by Judge Woolson ordering the jury to return u verdict for the defendant. _____ llurglurH at Cushing. Sioux dry, May 8. —The postoHice lit Cqshing, Wood bury county, was broken into by burglars and stamps to the value of §150 were taken, together \yjth a quantity of goods, from tho htore of Sam McCarl, in which the postofflce is located. The burglnrs. left their tools, but made their escape. JJurnB in tl>t> Champion 'DAVE^i'oivr, May 7, — "Farmer" Burns defeated Dan S, McLeod in the wrestling match for the world's Championship, 91,000 a bide and 75 per cent of the gate receipts. IJe won th« 'second and third bouts. Time, ','7, 13 JO minutes. ___ Suicide ut Hmiintoii. May 7, — As t|u> Iowa Central train on the ISelmuud branch !^yft§ pulling out from thft depot, Itob- 0pt Jipberls threw himself under tho wjjee|t»and was graupri to pieces. He \yas fi5 years old. '-The uauso of his • is Mfiy «, —A tnunp, to be ih,o follow wjio robbed tho Gal? poslattjco recently, was Ju 'possession of • the misbiug lj ' 1!5 uanio< barn. In some manner tlic horses became \ frightened, one of them striking Kdith ! in the forehead, just above the right eye, breaking her skull and tearing part of it off. She is also badly bruised about the shoulders, Doctors were called and there is much fear for the child's recovery. During the pnt>t month about 8200,000 has been paid ir.to Iowa by the federal government, being indemnity to the first class of DCS Moines river land settlers. Tho appropriation is practically exhausted. More than 81,000,000 is needed to settle these Iowa claims] The Boone Republican said of the 'indemnity paid the past few days: "After so lotig n tiipe, over forty years, the De& Moine« river land set tiers have partially been indemnified for tbo great loss, damage and trouble they how been to on account of the conflict o£ title over their farms. Those whose claims were in schedule 'A' us reported by Commissioner JJornur two or three years ago, have received their monoy, all but one set of heirs, the amount in IJoane county amounting to about $'$0,000. Tho claims in class ( A,' the larger ola&s, wu undorhtand, p.\bausts the $'?00.000 appropriation., be; that an aiUlitiontil appropriation will have to lie made Uc»fo''e full tMtlpmont cau be made for nil tho chums." DOB M«i»ef» dispatch: '.phe extremely uncertain fortunes, of Mr, and Mrs*. P, .Maiucb, \vha ruponted, of mar- ri<4, Ufa »it thy ewl of a clay's trial, Jjayo taken a, ijtnv t«rH f ftjr, JJaint'fi full (HvPrce in \vhq AIR SHIP CAN FLY. It IK No Fake Air Ship, Hut a Genuine Navigator of the Air. NASHVU.I.K, May '.).—At the Tennessee exposition grounds an air ship indented by Professor Arthur Wallace liurnard took flight anil after travel- ng twenty miles, during which it was turned in various directions, at the will of the professor, it alighted twelve miles from the city. The ship lias an air chamber shaped like a 3igar and forty-six feet long by 'ighteen feet in diameter. It is made Dt' silk and cotton and filled with hydrogen e'as. This chamber is confined in a network of small rope which holds Ihe metallic f rants work and aero- planes underneath. The seat is made DO the order ot' a bicycle frame and trom this the operator controls the Aeroplanes, on either sk]e, Tho two propellers, or screws, extend in front sf the operator, acting on the principal of ail auger. In guiding the air ship tho operator moves) the *er0w from right to left in the direction ho ivishes to go and ascends or deceiuls liy rtubhifr_or lowering the wings, ' A collision occurred off Ulrcliness ighthouse, ot! the const of Scotland, between the steamers Collyuee and. -Jringoe. Tho Collynee sunk and jtovvn of her crew were drowned. An uuuswul ivwident, t!i<? explosion, of H coJt'ce-urn, occurred in a London restaurant. I-'our girls were severely jQjaUleiJ, mud the Jface of one of will be permanently disfigured.. Airs, Kmma ^YH}<efiol<i, a polpy-stj tYOUWi, lws '°PW fltUniUej;! to the mod.? ,i«i} profession, by the sjata IMXW& of ..medical oxamjn.ers of Lputajana, ' ghp j$ mty ta bo tjip flv§t colored >V8 ma W r tbe" ' • Governor Black Signs I.i»ws Intended to Urine: Kellef to the Tubllo. AI.IIANY, N, Y., May 9.—Governor Black signed two bills which were prepared with the ostensible purpose of restricting the powers of so-called trusts. The lirst provides that every contract, agreement, arrangement or combination whei'cby a monopoly 'in the manufacture, production or sale of any article or ctmimodity of common use is created is hereby declared to bo against public policy, illegal and void. The attorney general is empowered to begin proceedings against any alleged violators upon obtaining consent from the supreme court judge, Tho second bill puts foreign corporations on the same footing as domestic by requiring that each corporation shall make an annual report (,& to the amount of its capital stock and proportion actually issued; the amount of its debts and amount of its assets. lilmutullio Commission Suiln, NEW YORK, May 10.—Adlai Stevenson, ex-vice president, Senator AVol« cott npd Gen, Paine, who comprise the commission appointed by President McKinley to visit Kurope and confer with t|ie hoocis of tho governments relative to holding tho international bimetallic congress, sailed for Ilavre, France. They will go first to Paris, ne.\t tp I}orlii( qncj then to IjOudop. BREVITIES. - - - » — Secretary Sherman, of the «tato department, has issued instructions to all consular ollices in Cuba to furnish detailed reports regarding the reported starving condition of the people of Cuba. A London cuble says: Tho importance really attached by tho groat powers to the GraeoorTurkisU war, which tbey hftvo been &tud.iQUi»ly endeavor-ing; to be4ittle, }*as a. fresh, lijhistrfttipn every day. llu£$ia. has o-brnbUy deeded, to e$tou,4 tho trans-caucasiaw railway via 'reh,eraH tp the Indian Ocean,. The pb- je.c£ origjiielly eougl^ vy tbP svvilV march pt ONE tJEAtS ANB THftEE LIKELY TO t)iE. William 1'oncit Itlii* Aletande*- Hurri*. a fnriner, Shoots Down Mr*, tfrttrift. a Scrfrithfc aliti t.lie Hired ,Uaii- 114- C.iptl oh * lil<'J-<:lCi Waukcsha. AVis., May 10.—Willinm Pouch Frirlfly morning killed Alexander Harr ind fatally wounded Mrs. Harris, Ne^soli Metloit, a farm hand, and Helen A*e8bitchv a servant. The murderer then pillaged the house and leisurely rode away on his bicycle. Harris was a well-to-do farmer, living five miles from here, and was reputed to keep large sums, of money ill his house at times. Pouch \vorked for him last summer for a short time, and is supposed to have had knowledge o£ the hiding place Used by Harris. Thf. house shows that he had made a very thorough search for money. He came to tho placa on a bicycle, and, being warmly greeted, asked if he might remain all night. He slept with McHolt. When tho men arose in the morning he also got up and went with them to the barn, saying he would help them do the morning chorea. He shot both of tho men from behind while they were milking in the barn, and the reports of the revolver were not heard nt the house. Harris died instantly, with two bullets in his brain. McHolt waa shot in the head and neck, and fell, apparently dead. Ptnich threw the. bodies into a manger, put some refuse over them, and then laid a nice top dressing of clean hay over it all. Ho returned to the houso with a smile on his face and talked pleasantly with the women. He asked that they get his breakfast ready before the ;ncn came from the barn, as he wished to got an early start on his wheel. At first Mrs. Harris refused, but the young man was BO good-natured that he wheedled her into consenting. He ate heartily, praising the coffee and the cooking. When he had finished he rose with a laugh at some^ remark' the girl, drew his revolver and fired point blank in her face. Before Mrs. Harris could escapes he had turned and brought her down with ;>. bullet in the head. The wounded girl tried to rise from the floor am Pouch fired another shot at her, striking her in tho back. As both women lay quiet lie though* they were done for and began to scare! for money and jewelry. AVhile at worli he saw the girl, who had regained consciousness, dragging herself out of the doorway. He followed her and placet 1 her on the collar stairs. Then lie stepped back a few paces .ami shot her in tho'lveait; 1 She'dropped forward:and.he left her for dead. He searched the house a while longer and then leisurely rolled his wheel out to the road. He hesitated for a moment, as :t man does before mounting after a hearty meal, and then, vaulting into the saddle, rode slowly away. He was seen by Nelson McHolt, tho hired man, who had revived sufficiently to drag himself out of tho manger whcii'O he had been thrown with the body o£ Farmer Harris. Desperately v.'oimdcd and satisfied that he had not long to live, McHolt crawled out to the VJi-.cl and dragged himself In tho dust to the farmhouse of .Jacob Wagner, 100 yards away. He fainted when he finally attracted the attention of AVagner, but revived enough to tell his story and give tho name of the murderer. Help was at. once summoned, ami McHolt was carried to the house of AVagner. In the home of Harris were found Mrs. Harris and Helen A r esbach, the hired girl. Both were unconscious. The girl was fatally injured, with three wounds in her head. Mrs. Harris also was wounded in the head. McHolt cannot, live. As soon as the wounded were cared for the farmers camo flocking in, and soon there was a squad of mounted men in pursuit'Of the murderer. Late at night word was received hero that the murderer was... at bay in a shod near Lake Beulah anil refused to surrender. Men nrc on guard and an attempt will bo made to capture him. Tho sheriff's posseo returned to AVau- kesha after a hard ride, without having obtained any trace of the 1'ugitlvc, 5UC 6'AUMAtte DEAD, 4noUt*r fromlncht "" (&• ttft<-«nt 1-nri* l-j,^. "* Paris, May S.-The Due d ( Am»i. lied yesterday at ZUCCB. Cicily fta, ?hock lie experienced upon hcaHftc M he death of the Duchesse rt'Alcncon The Duchess d'Alencoti was otc' ot he A'jctims of the recent fire in tin, •hai'ity bazaai 1 at Paris, which he deaths of more than 150 ;.,. greater number being society .. fhe reniains of the (luchess •W6r^ so jadly burned that her dehtist w« the only one who could Idctitiiy the Chicago iioarU nf Tfnii«. Chicago, May 7.—The following table shows the tango of qufttatlons cm the board of trade today: Now Wants Concession);, Rome, May 10.—In the chamber of deputies Friday the minister of husbandry, Count Guicciartlini, replying to Senor Picardi, explained the clauses of the Dingley hill affecting Italian trade, especially oranges and lemons. He added that Baron Fava, the Italian ambassador at AVashington, is continuing negotiations to obtain tho greatest cpi:c3Bsions possible. Senor Picardi expressed satisfaction ut the activity of Baron Fava, and urged tho government to persist in protecting Italian interests, especially with the view of securing commercial arrangement should tho now tariff he euacteil. Pretoria, May 10.—president Krueger's reply to the dispatches or Mr. Chamberlain, the .UriUhh secretary of state for the colonies, on tho subject of the Transvaal alien immigration law and other alleged breaches of tho London couventlon, has been hundcd to the British, diplomatic agent heiy' The contents are not known out&l<v tiui Transvaal o/nuial Circles, and n{o ut- mpst secrecy is observed a-;'the sui- ject. . Pl8«ttse TJmt BlOO»l»gtQO, disease AVheat— May Jmy.,....-.. Sept..; Corn—May... July Sept Cats—May... .luly........ Sept Pork—May... .luly Sept Lard—May... .luly. Sept.. ^ btr'bs—May .luly Sept High. .6814 .24 4.15 V.io' LoVv. May ? t .T) S.60 4.00 4.05 4.01) 4.07V 4.18 4.07^ 4.72V .17 4.00 4.6A 4.«B 4,<0 Alleged Attempt at Jlrlbery. Springfleld, 1,11., May 8— A. L. Hamilton, editor of the West- Chicago- Joiit- nal, claims to have been mistaken for Representative Wallace Flannlgau Friday morning and offered $2,000 for his vote on the Humphrey bills. Mr. Hamilton afterward said that it was Senator Lan- digrau who .introduced him to the man that made the proposition. Upon betaK pressed for the name of the latter individual, Hamilton stated that it was \V. C. Gcri'ard, secretary of the state board of agriculture. Ml'. Garfard- was seen ten minutes after Hamilton told his story, and branded tho statement that he had offered money for a votu for the Humphrey bllls.as;:a . Railway Mall Clerks Meet, Peoria, 111., May lO.—Thc annual convention of tho sixth division of thi> Railway Postal Clerks' association began in this city Friday morning. Then: are fifty delegates in attendance. The following officers were elected: President, C. L. Shaffer, Chicago; vice-president, J. A. AVarren, Chicago; eecri 1 - tary-tronsurer, George H. Shively, Lincoln, Neb. Delegates to national convention: Robert McClosky, Dubuque. Jowa; C. A. Guthrip, Chicago; W. C. A^andervoort, Omaha, Neb.; D. E. Walton, Council Bluffs, Iowa; H. W. Yates, Lincoln, Nob.; S. B. Smith, Quincy,' 111. Street Car Men Ailjourn, Dayton, O., May 10.—The Amalgamated Association of Street Railway Employes decided to hold the np.xi meeting at Syracuse, N. Y. The following officers were elected: AV. D. Mahon, Detroit, president; ,1. H. Carr. Toledo, first vice president; John Delaney, Syracuse, N. Y., second vice president; J. M. Spurgeon, Galveston, Tex., third vice president; Repsen Orr.Fort--AVayno, treasurer; executive board, Daniel Dil worth, Detroit; H. V. Ryan, Harry Halworth, Miinoie, Ind. Must Have Good Diplomas. Indianapolis, Ind., May 30.—The elate board of medical examination and registration announced Friday that it will begin issuing .licenses to the (i.OOG practicing physicians in the state next Friday. Every man and woman who cannot produce a diploma from some reputable college will bo refused a license, 'It came to the knowledge of thf board to-day that a largo number ol men are practicing under the authority of diplomas for which they paid a Chicago institution $35 each. AVliolosHlo Grocers at P«orla. Peorin, 111., May 10.—Tho officers of the AVholesale Grocers' association of Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Jndianu, Minnesota, Michigan ntul Wisconsin met here Friday, The principal subject of consideration was the probable effect of the sugar schedule of the senatorial revision of the tariff bill on the trade. -No formal action was taken, but meetings o£ the state associations will bo called at an early date. SjmUUugr riciKJs Js'ot Guilty, Chicago, May 8.—Charles W. iiig was arraigned before Judge,Ball in tho criminal court Friday on 29 indictments charging irregularities in managing the affairs of the Globo Savings bank, To each ho pleaded not guilty. Spalding's bail now gates over $300,000. Many Visitor* }it .,,,., Nashville, Tcnu., May 10.—The (it- Iei4(huico ut (ho Tennessee centennial' exposition Friday was large, Tho fim , arts programme included an address b) F. llopkinson Smith, of New YorK. Tij[ i convocation ot Ossoli Circle was JieliJ in the woman's buiiaing, Mrs. OliiU'l A. PcrUiiiiJ, of Knoxville, presiding. VulU T«l?os I'j) Louisville, Ky., May 10.— Eddie has ci'iposlted $500 ta bind a match y.U"u Cooper, to take place at any 'ijotwcen July I and Aug. 1. Bald to run the race at any time during period, ou any track, and fQr &»y over $5QO that Cpaper may — -, , „ - Rome, May nounce |jmt ,tlu> ciissea the pe^iqn. ^ j]jp •

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