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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 21, 1888, Alton, Illinois                                 VOLUME 27  ALTON, ILL., SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 21. 1888.  NUMBER 276  Common Sense  In the treatment of Blight ailment* would nave a vent amount of aicknaaa and misery. One of Ay w»a (Mila, taken  niter dinner, will aehiHt Digestion ; taken at night, will relieve Constipation J taken at any time, will correct irregularities of the Stomach and Bowels, stimulate the liver, and core Sick Headache. Ayer's Pills, ms all know who use them, are a mild cathartic, pleasant to take, and always prompt and satisfactory in their results.  “ I ran recommend Ayer's Pills above all others, having long proved their value as a  Cathartic  for myself aud family." —J. T. Hess, L« Hillville, Pa  " Ayer’s Pills have been In nae in my family upwards of twenty years, anil have completely verified all that Is claimed for them."—Thomas P. Adams, Ban Diego, Texas.  •* I have need Ayer's Pills In my family for seven or eight years. Whenever I have an attack or headache, to which I ain very aubjrct, I take a dose of Ayer’s Tills and ani always promptly relieved. I find them equally beneficial la colds ; and, in my family, they are used for billons complaints and other disturbances with such good effect that we rarely, if ever, have to call a physician.” — Q. Von I Here*. Hotel Voulliem#, Saratoga Springs, N. Y.  Ayer’s Pills,  MRFAX*!) BT    *  Dr. J. 0. Ay ar A Co., Lowatl, Matt.  Bold by all Dealers in Medic Ute.  A MOVE BY “Q" STRIKERS.  THC INTERSTATE COMMERCE MISSION Af PEALE 0 TO.  COM  W HIPPLE Sc SMILEY,  INSURANCE,  REAL ESTATE, & LOAN AGENTS,  KKttRBSSJTTiMQ TH* FOLLOW taw  Flrnt-Class Inn. Co.’h:  Ina. Co. of North America; Hartford, Phren ii,  Franklin, of Phlladelyhla; German American;  North British and Mercantile, London; Corn. Union, Loudon; Lancashire, Manchester, Rng.1 Continental; Girard;  Glen* Falls,  A me roan Castral; Firemen** Fund, Western Assurance Uo.  ARD «»TII IC KR A DASH CAPITA! IN TH* A OO UBOATS Of  $20,000*000.  a a also tut nut* *NT tub  Mutual Benefit Lite, of newark, It. J., and Traveler's Life aud Accident Ina. Go.,Hartford.  Office: Over Alton Nat Bank. Cor. Third and Sin to bu.  Par Bals.  Al room dwelling house, In good raps lr tad go...I neighborhood, will be sold cheap  to eioM up an antal*.  WHIPPLE A SMILEY.  Barm tor aals.  The (ernest Blertonum farm, vary desirable property, Ida acre*, I un lee from • oetnrtmrg, on Bunker if Hi road. Good dwelling, i barns Ac. ria* trait# and good land.  . WHIPPLE* SMILEY.  Per Rent  Johnstown hoiaeatead on between Fourth ani MMb room dwelling, Large yard. In good neighborhood  ___jriilPPLBA    BMILBT.  The James  George Mr net, street. Good I bern  Per Bale.  A good V room brick dwelling, compar* • lively new, lot main. ow. corset Ham aud Hamilton ti reeve.    W HIPPLE A SM I LBY.  Pat MI*.  Bight room dwelling house, east side of Henry street, (.etwro-n 4th end tth street*. Residence af the Isle ll r 'argent.  _  WHIFFLER SMILEY.  Per awl*  The tale residence* of J. #. awd W. H Mitchell, on MUI et, two at tai' boat piece* of [•"‘Amu* epPertv is Alton, Th* property na**rti« Hmrst. net ol above, U U*# os MUI and Suiatnlt etrweu, Sd J a number of OU In Miliar A Mite hell's addition to Al tor An? or SU at above at a great bargain.  w TUP PUE A BMILBT.  fur ft in mf  The 3-story frame dwelling with • Including 7 loin: good baru and Ane hulls known aa (be NI. bola homestead, situated on lith st,, In a deeira.de neighborhood.  WHIPPLE A SMILEY.  Mer Bale  Ftve building iou tm Alky and Market •treeIe. between Tenth and Twelfth streets WHIPPLE A * 'U BT  ueetrahle Perm ter sale.  Two end a bail ml lee from At bewest He. HL. MI scree In eeetton It. It aed It. Two dwell Jags, aspring, ands wells; M acres level, ISO acres la fine bine graee. I‘riel in paying ■lee etui es    .None too hilly  to oat Ut at#. Known es K. D Du rf*# farm. Mast ti-ae, at* per oent, on mort of it. lf de-•fred.    WHIPPLE A nMlLMT.  _    Vee    Bats.  UWM kiln In g.HKi running ordsr, with  fuarry aud it aero# of laud. mom or leas, sown a#the Shall» trai t.  _________  W    Ii    I    PPI    JC    a    SMILEY.  Per hat*.  Two etonr frame dweUGi*. barn, Re.. all la good r ori.l’t ou, .*a Pieasnat    «.  ■ease.  Moot. i et .  -mrtmwu.  WHIl'l'Lh  • ant. 11  For Sale or Rent:  Other Desirable Property not Advertised.  WHIPPLE & SMILEY.  Th* iii lei «i,re iif the Klrlkcr. Presented to the I mu iuImIum end an In rest I gal lim Pro.I.Ur,I Vt hat the MtHhera Hope lo Fvwve— I lie Pilger Thorn peon areel Works to ll. .un,, with Non I .ii,Mi Mea.  I Rk tnn. April ti - The Hartington grik en have made n new move A few lav* ago they *ngng< I Alexander Hullivan to prefwr# a I'etitton lo the inter stale oruiiwriv com lined*® That | will mn stat,*,; Pin*, that tim cm.*merer between the etrtkers and th# “Q" relet** elm. et earl (jai rely to wages. seth ond, that I her are willing to submit their claim lo arhitrathwi; third, that the present fnr.e of engineers on tie. •Q” i# inc.-i iqs-ton I: end, four til, that try rraism of tile employ merit of ..i.-h incompetent engineer'. the Chi-r*go, Ho rh ugh® A Quincy road ie rn* a rate .•ne for the (Nil.lie to travel upon, aud uiHhr it# lament manngeiitent it fan# to p» rform its didy as a u.-urhhi carrier. Finally the patttkir.em, P M Arthur, G, CX K,, and P. I* Kaigi-nt, (J, M,, <'onclude as follow*;  ■ Without going into th* inertbi of I ie-we charge', it. i* enough to my that in all erne# where strike* occur, and 'there ae a result of euch strifcrw tar,"* Us Urn (J Idle men ere likely to unngre-gate, titter presence sttnnir other large Dulled of ID' idle and da liger, ms element* of the community. Thro* latter are alway, anxious to take advantage of anv ptihlir excitement which enabiee them Ut puma* their f anaMim of . rime It in, therefore, maul feet Iv for the public good that the condition of affairs which leads to (he presence of large lindies of unemployed aam abould ba removed, if fmwu hic "  Mr. Hullivan waited upon Judge Cooley of the cnmmisRton Th ti relay, and he fwonnaed to consider Hic matter To a r* prater Mr. Hulliv nil Maid: “The com rn led. <o w til take up the etrtkers* grievances aud invent .gate them. It fat b> meet in Washington next Tuesday to finish up some work that was bdl •#*« r. After that It will come here, aiel I expect it will meet here wain af Dr or alout May A”  “What will be the nature of th* investigation!"*  “It will include the causes of the rink*, th* demands of the men, whether they are asking more than is feud by Cf en petit! re line*, and whether Hie i arlington ie doing duty as a common currier. We shall have witnesses from Colorado, Kansas, Wteruusta, Ne Daeka. Iowa, aud Illinois, busine* men and .hipper*, to testify as bt the bust new now lie mg don# by the “Q;" engineers and firemen from all over the country and mechanics to testify c*SH-ei ning the cranpetmicy of tD new men, and in v ai iou* way# Mi by.-A Mw “Q" bi a thorough ami exhanetlv* trial Th# UU iuds Dstrd 1**4 this up, lait not as completely m the inter stats cotumiwuoa shall ”  “And what do yon hope go prove!"  “Thai the rand is mismanaged aud misrepresents its true state to the politic. *  WILL IGNORE UNION MEN.  Th* ( tiger Thompson steel Works st (Ired-desk, Pa., to Me#nine Operations. PrrrssvHo. lh, April TI Carnegie, iiiipp* a Va., proprietors af th* Liger Tbumusuti ftaeel works, at fltaaddurk, Pa, have ik* bled to nsninie operations neat Monday aith non union mm. Th* eorks have hem dosed down for four nueiths on account .J wage troubles th* tam refusing is accept a IO per amt reduction ar work twelve hours per turn instead of eight Datrs as formerly Numerous at tem fib, to scuta the strike have lean malta, but the union aim have reinair.nl obstinate, and the firm has finally decided to ignore them Hu per intend -eut Jones arrived Tharulay from Hew York, where he was fat conference with Andrew Carnegie, and tautmdwtoiy gave eutiae that the works would tw started up on Monday. ri»c move eras entirely unexpected. It will be strongly oppoaad by the Knights of la-bor and trouble is feared. Master Workman Doyle stated Thursday night that none of th* union men would go to work and that without them the firm could not resume.  The secret ballot to decide upon Mr Carnegie's ('o-operativ# proposition, which has been in progress for two days, closed Thar* day evening Only 51* votas out of nearly *,500 ware caat. lait all of thee# favored the acceptance of the company's tarns More than half of th* employes ars mm union Bien, and It is expectad that all of theta will return to work The places of Uvas who refuse th* company a terms will be fille.I by new Bim. The result of th* attempt to resume ta awaited with interest. When the works are in full operation between -MWO and 4,(EM) nun ars employed It wa# I*•ariled Thursday night that Hupar-tntandmt Jonee has arranged to have att placed Ut the mill far the ive af the work-men. and that a number of deputy sheriffs will be placed about the ground* to protect the men who deal re to arock.  Cleveland Brewers Ie Mtrtk*.  Cig VKI v vo, Ohio, April it —ll ta prolaiita that the brewers will strike A neimitlMi of the Brewers union Thursday called on the owners of all th* breweries with a yearly contract Without a -angle exception they refute.! bi sign H. The mm threaten l»» strike, and it ta probable that they will go out on Haturdiy, though they may defer acti.m until May I, when the contrada expire,    __  Th# ( leetweet I Itrewers* Btrih*.  CiaorsAn, April JI.—All the em 14 ye* of Heraie .mrt's brewery A fly-three iii Mother, •truck at 7 o'clock Friday u#-ruing This makes a total of 7tk! nim now out Th* buss brewers claimed Friday that they had secured enough men to take the places of the strikers and were running at their ftaU rapacity. Great efforts will tie ina<le to get the drivers and coopers to join in the strike.  A MORE HOPEFUL OUTLOOK.  Th* fond I Mon ut Emperor Frederick Much las proved.  Berlin. April YI.—Th* emperor noted quiet!v during Thursday night Amit secured very tittie Lee,.. The fever Im* somewhat abnt> - I and i e-p. rat ion ta eaatar, but this ta  1  only thought to he one of th# weak milles of Ids runteitiitoai to slave off final dissolution. The opinion is now generally beld among medical nim that the emperor Is suffering from sea t ..I cr, and that development has arrived at a j««et where no nperatk® can avail to puatpune death beyratn a few days. j  A groat crowd waited all night tai front of t!ie c«.tic and waa ir.'Tiaeed to a great multi tod# Thursday morning. Th# latest report uaued w as to the effect that the emperor was a si lev hat better and bad taken aum# nmiriab-meiit during tie* ii tor lung bistro On the whole his condition ta more hopeful.  A bai aMh, v,ued by the ump roc s pbvd-chuss my* Ute! the condition of the royal patient ta much improved, aiel thai be breathes freer, and that the fever has much decreased.  MR. OONKLING'S FUNERAL  BRIEF SERVICES IN THE CHAPEL TRINITY CHURCH.  HOLOCAUST AT BT. L0UI8-  OF  The initial of the Episcopal I (lurch Read by Dr. Morgan Dis, but No Pre im bcd — The ((lapel frow <t«xl with  Three People Roasted to Death Ie a Cheap Ledgfag House.  Ht. Lode, April ii.—A fire started in th* Bethel In ane, a five-etury building rn th# uom>-r of Olive terra! and th** levee, just bafaro la o'clock Thursday night, and mum Sermon    xpread to all [a rte of the building. Tie borne  was trad a# a Bethel church and a cheap ^    ^    _    .    . lodging and boarditur bouw There wm  Friend* of    the    I terraced    The    Kemalw*    great c **§(«**,. t among the lumaUi. and a  Taken to Mira Far ftnrlal.    J desperate rushing of half frantic men down  *    »    Bt stairway* ladder* were hoisted to the  New    vork, April    .I    —The    oa«4et coo-    upper atom*, anda namlier of men were  trining the minains of Koeco# I <skiing wm Iswne (art of hie late npn rf manta at ta We** Twenty fourth street at (:il o’ckx*k Frktay rooming and taken Bi Trinity chapel in W—4 I eenty fifth strert, where the funeral took piece at IO o'dtark. The aekat wm severely  rescued fro ii ti*** windowa Two of James Smith and Janie* Fox who were staoping in the bjp story, wet* ta lly burned and were «-nt bi the hospital. The fire wm gotten under controL and at I o'clock firemen entered the building ami a few m< lucnta  lilllee of the valley, and at th* head a D»in|u«-t cf sweet ecentad pans'es. TH# family and a j few of the most intimate friends took a ks4 j at the face ta th* dead before the casket wm  Dtnuv, April El.-The trial of William    I?’L^ ^  O’Hricti wm D-ouii Thursday at Loughr**,    i r«tar tin* cberire of V.JIee raid"  c.uiiw-1, detilanded Umt the trial (si a<l- '    a, „ .     th<l    cri( „ ( ,  I hoer brought oat VdT d7k (ga mai'.’burn.d b»p thereof wm a banda ane wreath cd laurel,  1  -    -    *  tai the neuter a pillow of whit* maw and  O' Hr leu defer* the Magistrate.  journal .-a Ute ground that the defendant bad not been given time in which to prefare bis defense, aisi I mn ausu the bench wm prej-udi.wl by an artic I* which sp|«wr>*l in Til* Dublin I tally Express and also by a state-inent which wm made in the house of com-ii tuns bv Balfour. Tbs . ie rn* i id* of Healy were refused by the court, and after th* examination of Mane witnaesta, the caum wm adjiatrned until Tuesday nail.  Appeals were tried in different parts of Ira-bind Thursday in nearly twenty .mw* of in citing to At vtotem*, eta-., and in every aam the senteuc# wm douited  Newt*wee* He*wee*.  Dcrlir, April RL—Mr. Ililbnoly, M. P..  ll if police Railiy. me to itwitr’ii  the crowd. At 9 o'ebick iegan bi gather aisiut the re*i-iIwmw. At Un* church eutwqtnuttlv there wm |»witively a Jara. At prwteely V;41 the . ii»Lct wm Dime (Nit of the Dnmw, Th# pall tearers followed, tad by H.*nabir John P, Jorum and Manton Marl .Ic The Othm were U im' H Bailey, Mayor Hewitt, < l.ircn ■» Reward, ex-Judge Sin,.man, H, I* M Harlow, Hon. W. J Wallace, Walter H. Church aiel Sciukbe Caineron.  The pull bearers together with Dm Hands and Barker isvupbsl tim first three rarriagc*. Tile mournen. sgfiered th*- carriage. in the foilnwtaig onb r i Dot < inkling ami Mn*  ('oakling and Mr and Mrs. Oakman in the first carriage Alderman Conklin^ Mini  bey (md recognition, but supp(rwd to negro named Grant The sesrvh for wm contrail**! and at Ii o'clock Friday mg two more were recovered from the ruins. One wm that of a man BO year* of age; the other a man .J SO, both white men, but no fit rib. i ideo ti ft Nth rn tai bwii secured lim reb for Didtaa still gte* on.  A TRAGEDY ON THE STREET.  im|.ri«(#iment for offensaa under the crimee set, bad hie sentence reduced Friday on ap-pnsi to two weeks Mr. Ollhooly has beni serving a short term of iniprtaonment Usee be received the two rn. Mi tbs sentence Mr. J(aw|4 Dos. M. IX, who wm sentenced in January to four month*' imprisonment for making a *(*•** ti ut K ii-iv-wtrl tia l hi* « i.ten.e reduced to three month* Mr. Cox Nm eieo loon serving a *hort sentence sine* January for utimr al tag cd crimea.  Will Hurry t p tim Wedging.  Brrum, A|>rU SI —Itta reported that th* marriage of Crime Henry of Prussia and  A Man vtnwii a Woman aw* Himself at (’ort land. Mc.  P» nm, a eh, Mc , April YI. -A man and woman were *.**n walking in Hi. John Mtrwet Thur*day and a few minutes later two pistol *ta*s were l.cnr.1 TD* c*>upta were found lying .mi the m.tawalk, D-th apiar -ntly dead; lait while D'.ng removed tie- man revived, and gave lh name of Ll ward ( baw, of New Y<»rk He i« tile Min of Dr. E I* Chase, of New York, and ba* D* n staying at til# ('Ity Ie (tel f.ir several (tajns under the name off Johnson The w .man wm Mrs. Nellie Cheven*, of Gardner, Me , the dnoghtcrof Mayor Dvbl, of tiiat city. and nta»v of a prominent local inintab r Hhe was richly dad Iadters and palier* found im ('base’s ki-mrn indicate that be (-aute- here for tho purism of amin* tile woman and then killing ber and himself There was a tatter ad.tre**#*! to fhaaeta mother alen, in which ta' nod Mrs Htevens had foreknow ledge of and convented bi this plot I'base Ila.* a wife.  large Porch and Hall. Hood cellar, stable.  Hood fence all around properly. Stands  on 16 lots, set out in all kinds fruit. Sales  lirfM from which realize $100 per year.  Situated north of Union street, six  blocks from now street railroad.  $100 less will be taken for this house than ever before.  MONEY TO LOAN  who wm (wnbmred on March A to two mouths’ j    '*•!**• ' «*• and Mrs. iJnktayn in  the second carriage Hertwrt t’.mkUng Mrs.  Con ( V-b-man. Fred Grant and Mr* IF. K • I rant in the third ('arriage. Hermtsry Pair-child and Mrs <’onkbng • sisbw and George V,  H*nbam with Mrs. Fro! Grant in the f -nrth .wrriagw. The prv#msiua moved directly to the chapel of Trinity church, which was al rrady crowded when they rmched it Many lied Ism turned away. The steps of the Hoffman Dane and the brown abase front Imnmss arri se tb» street were nrowdsd with adayrers <4 the late eesator m th* prunaston moved away.  TI>* grand bsMs of the church organ wrack    ____________ *»P a funeral march m the ptcmsaabm entered  l*rlSM'#Hs Irene of Uses will Im burned on so- ’ hurch The casket wm placed in th* ‘'* “• pswuBgerx noticed brr get off th* count of the    emperor's Dell th,    and that it    ‘vtder of the mtddta aisle. TD pail teared    From and walk off into the towln,    After  will omir in rn f«w    Th*    fimptrur bai ^    «*th«i    utL arni lh# mourn    lh#    trum    inuvwl    off    \S ben  ordered ID prosecution of    every    IMRMMI    • « dire* fly is ID rear Thro* msgmlbwnt ! * UHlt lhn *  nuU +  fr ” ,n     ^ *uik os*    of    Urn  in tD empire    which ha*    prtub*l msolting    Horal pillows wars* placed direotly Irskiml tim    pameagesrx bd.! tD    cmidnctor a*-Hit    ID  arttadm la roferesK-w to ID Kmpreae Vie- •    TD    aer v vc of tD Kptarofial cbur. h I F*"*    «*'«*nB    off    and    faiUag    to    return  I read by Dr. M<*gan DU  Dorsey &c Mann.  Ftssk af a homneeslHittM.  Hirbiv.iham, Ala., Apnl JI.-When ID KaiiMM City. Mcm|ihH A Hit tningbam train reached a Metering |4ivv* near Cordova, twenty five mb rn. mo* of tare, early Thoro day morning a y<>uug lady | mw (tiger aud d#nly s)Mang fr«.m ber wa! etvl left tD oar.  turtak  Helping Hrwdtnsmgii Get with Cweh.  Dis im >w, April SI.—TD Literal tnemDre of psrluuiv-nt Dve subarribed over £>Y)0 to cnshle Chartas Brad la ugh to pay bb fine aud tD srism*w« of tD biol salt which Mr. Peters brought against him. Intaoachuc* started tD Buhecri|N:<m  Nev enteee Work mea Rill**.  IgtanWB, April BL—An eipluee.Ni • "ocurred WnduMaday evening in tD Hstan outliery at Workington and kit DI seventeen workmen wad injured wvoral, three of whom it is feared are fatally hart  MRS. NIXON FOUND.  Her Son Dye He Removed Her I* I* rot ret Her Fortune.  Wichita, Ken , April SI.—It appear* that _    _    „      _  ID removal of Mr* Mime from her home I turn7*iam«aa* tai'vT« T^TbT Thursday night wm mv*Nn,DDd by two D    tee Hew York Mar  t ceti vat ut tD em|4oy of Dr bus Hesrch for tD uiveing aged and paralytic lady wm  No emu. in  me. preached j TD music, m presented bf tD rsgular choir a1 ID ctaBrch. wm: I. TD pron*’ W..iud* ll, Paradis#’* St, “Rock of Ag.w  t  Ctaft for Mc ' Ii TD pruceeii .mal by mu —  , A I. nta with Ma" TD last wss »ung by tD cfa«dr of boys while tD pcoceokm tiled down , ID siD aud tD osskct wm Ding placed ta tD has ne. Among Uksv» prveieut w.-r# |*t at Marter General im kineni. Hmiatiw Evart#, Gelt Htewart L Woodford, Dibs Rout, Judge Donahue, Col J. J McCook, Ow. ii. raw Italer, Hurt.-gate Ranean, Joeeph ll (Iktats, Judge Edwards IW;»Nit, It* well P. Flower, Hens tor Warner Mdtar, Heuator Hpnoaer, Col. Tom OrfidRr*. I (avid Ihvlicy Field, Hufus Hatch, Coastsie-stuner Hhiekis, Henry L. CJiatna, T. CL Acton, Col. T. A. Haiiultua and Am Bigelow Kflkgg A delegation of forty-throe < itiame af Uties, oommitteae from tD elate i*gt#la  There wm no station ai De task, and tD .-oddiv un tad ID train stopped sad pulled lack TD (rata crew laatitutod a march far tD lady, arni fauad her sear ID .track ta semi rn icons.’Mm# cosudt th rn RD wm placed on tD train again, and wm Mum rest-.red to consol* Mimcm. HD eta ted that ber tuuae wm lites Mel»ufib. ani Dr Ivnim Memphis Hist is a eNuoauibultst, and left tD oar m bile  Ups  —AND—  I (i abut. aud de tag ate nm re|Nreaaattag ID New  I York club and Maw Pi tan dab were present.  __  .    -_ :     .    .    _    -I From ID (ts|el tD praoaadoa wm driven to  T*    tD Grand Central de,.* sod the remains  ”*    *■*    **•    taken to Utica. Haiurday ID remain# atli j  D rxpwed to public view at Utica between ■ lf sad I o'clock bef ors tDy sr* taken to (Jal- i J vary church, where Dr. Dr. Goodrich xviii rn at 3 o clock ta ID after- !  hue in tD snath part of ID city.  Frank Nixon, conf—irs to ressuivtag Dr from Mrs. Osborn's (tD tuero's) ta sn*, tat aassrts that it# nm done to protect hts mother s fortune. He a1 tags* that Mrs. Osborn woald not allow even tew relatives lo see Mrs Nik®. IDI sD he# spfropriatad large mum beking-tam to tD old Indy, and stasuisf to —care Dr fortune at Dr death  Mn. Usbura assort# that Frank Nixon Ds tried on more than aas ocraeioa to get hie mother to okgn awny Dr property to Usa. HD say* Mrs Nixon ie sa childaih m to to Incapable of oaring for DraHf. sad that tD •on, if left anmotaete I, nill certainly acquire I SHM-* on* of ber w - wit ii Both st. taw ar* pre|NUing for a struggle for tD p.m*#»i<® of ID old lady._  Tk« (tattle of Leaiwgtea Awalvereary.  A Mlesleg Fart (itM-overe*.  La Cmsk, Win, April ii.—(Jette asea-sate® wm ('rusted Th are Im by ID uesn I lm< his ngtuentewt af twenty ar more dwtm guisDd echalare from btaoriral enrlstD of U MvsMn sad tD Mtaneeote state nortnai | srhmJ of Win*®«, and ID uaivt-r-ity et Mad i*® that tD missing bet on ID chart af fDmt, ID French expkirw, Dd I Men dis J covered near tD village of Tromps lean,  I Hi ago tar mc ■ ads and nnif > nu taerrtptiuiis were also found. This fort, tD ntim of • birk were renesHJy diecoveiud by surveyor*,  I wm built in ID by (Drat and bi# followers, j Elm sl.his will be made and a comptete j history written, making a mast valuable con-, triste® to ID history of ID state aud of j great taterret to archseoiogista  Farris Ie a da* Man.  Ca an in, Uh, April JI,—At tD coroner’s inquest over ID body af HtapDn McGehee.  wD wm murdered by AA Farris, Mr*.  A Daria* Meessshlwer.    McGehee, ID wife of tD murdered man tee-  CraRLXHtom, W, Va., April fl.-fltaratD I UDd that after Fame lulled Dr husband  Dye of Harris, tD Webster county moonshiner, there Im# nut Den My moru daring Illicit maker of or dealer ta tnuuaebiae liq uorotDaWyD Had. He has rua sltUe iii various aerteese a# tD southeru and eastern |Kirte®e of tD elate for v«aro. and otawttb-•tauding government afllcers Dew Ism® aa his trail he wm n<* .wged until Wednesday, when Itaputy Marshal Van Buran caught bim at Ute head of Pin* river, Rataigh countf.  «._ ...    ^    .    .    ._ _    .    OBhers Dv# feared to go there, and Utile he*  Boatox, April «l.-t®«tagtoa ThurwUy , Mid ghoul Hail, m ID uetghbors celebrated ID ll Ah anniversary of tD mara    nim    end    valued    their    bv#*    too    highly  are iboe* who reed tht* sud then art; they will find honoretde employ mein (Ss! will not take them „...    -    fr(NB    (Dir    homes    aud trial  •roe. Th* progs# are large and sure tor-very leduetrtmis person, many nave mad# aud ar* now making aevernl hundred daiiaro a Utoetn. It Is easy for may owe to make Hand  p#r  day, who la wtlllti* to awk, aanar ai, yoaaaoroid, ceint ai s>s eeede-'. nmjriterythlaa new Mo simctat arontv requbte; you, reader cee do it u well m Ney one. Rr rite to es at once I or (nil wmietfengteu wa esau frea. Addroae * W»*. Puruaod. Maioe.  Katgiits XA ill Take the drew ere' Kl sr es.  NKW Yomc, April YI Master VA'.irkman (Nun. of district aess-mbly ta. Knights of Laiior, mys ID Dight* will uke ID pDv* of locked out union brewery men wDrever pnasilJe, leceuse tD brewer* uni.Nia e.aid not reepotid to hki famous call fur a "syai;* thetic" strike come tim* ago.  Queer Aeries af arn Insane Hen.  Kaw Yon*, Apii) YI -When ID porter treat into tD ufftaw of l-tiytu* Hr.a. Hr-ad way and Prince str**4, Tburoday he found AbraDm I lane o busily eagegud ta ofwatng tD firm's let term Ow being asked fur an ex plat.#!. *n D said God had net him there to get hi# break fate and open tD mail He added test there wm something wrong in ID affair* of tD .dk* and D desired to find ait wha! i* wm In Jefferson court D told Jim tic* tFfteiBy that waned.lug black wa# .on-lug .nu of hie rn-rn th and Im del not know whether it wm hie braiM or a asak# Ha wm sent to ID eusnmDiuaere of charnu*  arabia tattle where tD first blood of tD rev IJ uti. mary war wm sDd. Flags were flying aa all public tau i< tings and many ta nims#  were decorated. At eanrise all ID DU* ta ID ch urvhe* were rung and (sumo fired. At 7 o'clock ID ladles served an old-fMbkmed breakfast ut the famous Mama- hustete house In ID af terms® palJta exercises were Did fh tD town hail and m address wm deliver**! by Got T. W, H if glner® la ID ex®* tag a hail wm Did ta tD town hail.  TD Mew A Ms# rte aa Mary.  I*m la OFI.KHI a, Pa . April YI.- Maturday, April to, Do targe vmmwto Witt D hasrial fruM tD ship iMiiidiag yards of Gramp A (tanm TDy are ID gunboat Yorktown, and ID dynamite'gua cruiser, which is naiiMkw. There are ta ID yard Dildtag tau cruisers Baltimore, Newark. and PhiDltdpbia. ( nap A Mom Die perfiraned el. e.i.-ut ssrvta'e fur tD government, and since tD war (Dm De not tmm so much activity ta tD yards tm there is today. VVork is given to about J, MIU men, slid tD outhwh serins good for atuiitor-rupted I.usiness fur years to come.  ('lawing Mill Destreysd.  Newark, N. J., Amu 31.—TD planing IU    af James A McLean, lh) M< VA’barter  M W. Hersey #    teal lr and J. Mc  j I    •    oarpetiD    shop adJiNmng «»r# rn  roto . Orel) destroyed by De    early Ft alay mom  wit    tag    TD tam DU reach    150,000.  XA writ Out at Rau ken wa, XA Is.  Kil'lAt’iA, Win, April YI —A portion of ID bunk of tD Ooverxunetta canal hare De been unshed awny. A gang of men narked att night repairing tD tads and ta '"miring tD (•ahs ail aking tD canal TD water tarried away ID rear parte® af ID flume of ID American Pulp < • uijsuiy s mitt, which De I era shul down iii osnsequrace TD Kaukauna Lumler Manufecturing ixjuk pnnyh worD tau also Immmi shut down.  A Minister ie (HagI'M*.  ToafWT<>, Can, April ii. -TD Rev. R. I#®glry, B A , puSur of tD Uuem Kteset Mrrinsl. t church, (hi# city, betag accused aI serious iadierrrte«s with some »>®*ra who were iwemlers (rf his ( bur ch, and SeNng aahed far M eiptaaeta® by tD prswidmt of tD ecmferets'r r<4 only resign**! tD offbeof past. I of tD Queen Hi reel .bur- ii DI eieo severed bis coaaeiGmi with ID ministry of ID Mn hodad .-bur A.  st awiwi d’s Mu* lei a# Dad.  MavriELh, Pal, April Kl — Nortaine, Hm rum htanfords ralrtrated ymrbng filly, which wm issdJf Imri.cd la th. Palo Alto fire Tuesday night, died I ti un# lay  (MD wa ID Uwitowa  LgBAKoN. THUL, April ti.—M M laster wm hanged at 11 J? a. ta. for tD murder of J. T Lane tate J sly  to attempt hie  Aa It meet* ta Cuba.  J ack son v iii.k, Fh, April tl.—Knnmre Dvr reached Dr# of m ecneute ta (‘sla ■xued by tD action of tD government ta prorteimmg martial law in th* (.or province*. Mio. Milks (.’tam, Pinar and Havana. TD celite ie under ceneer's ootitroi ami no reliable news cm D obtained, DI grrat die-turtna.v-* are eu|«fs#®d toesiaL It i» rpf>ort»«l , three Havana ncwqwiwro Dva Um. sup primed and tiiat th Madrid govenun- ui wimfcl remove Grot Marta ad oner  Ii arris-in Mea Ne ire I rd.  lUMAUAKnua. lad. April YI - L'onrea-tioos war* Iw-ld ta each omgreHskinat .liternu ta Indiana Thursday for ID astert*® of itele-gstes to the natl*.(tai KrpubiiaM canvi-idfaaL TD result wm a sweeping victory for Gen. Harrison. TD Tenth district dr legates w ere gives un instructions, Ult tDy are Harrow >n men ID convento ma were aimote unanimously m fav.ir uf tD tewimati ® of tD Hi®. A. ii Porter for governor.  Mew wwd XA I tm by we hate.  (’HATTA v.#ma, lean . Afrit JE—TDIaaly at "IDs* Kukpntrick ira* (.end hanging from a tree ta a lonely ipt aenr Galls tin Thursday nigh! A C#w atop* farther un Dr bus) and * (tead bi sly, rWMlroi with bullet*, w®. discovered They were a. < iwmI of ut-oeadiaruuii TDy were stqqssNMl to Dve Den lynched Vl’wlnswiUiy night. No clew tam yet Un® obtained of tD guilty parties  XA ill 4 .set sal riot abr I mer’ XA I it,  Nkw York April YE—John IkraDimsr, and ('arctan# Grace, who • hum to D c -ustna ai tD tate WI them Itarehroiuer. Dv* given nrtee IDI IDr will nmtete Mr iSN-siteunrr a srill TDy si ege that De estate to worth •auejmi  I tow! Is ad XI inlaw (I. Illuwurt.  New York, April YI U diiam B. Dine-nwra, fMesnkmt of th. Adams F.xpr*«# ..ai-pany died si 3 90 Friday afternoon at his n^^h-m* im Fifth *vmu«  Fir* at tsrreesbwrg- led.  Grmsawi an, lad, Ajrii JI.- Ar incendiary fir* Fluky aaorutag destroyed a Ug Data uf bushese temees TD k#e will ie •KAMKA)  Th* Ko ll waa Id* diced  Nae V IRK April YE- Ti# Pullman company has te'lutj tD usual quarterly did | dead af 9 par amt., jnyabte May (A.  D forced Dr into a lug cabin adjoining Uw ratal luma where tD murder sa committed and ontraged Dr. Farrie induced Dr two children to go to ID barn aam* dtetanne a way by giving them ID revolver with which D find murdered McGehee Public feeling ta ahrong here, and Farrt# will perbape D lynched if be ta timught ter# for preliminary axanuiiatk® Farris ie nm fined ta tD euuuty Jail at Iwwiteosru.  Winter Wheat ('rep Report.  Minxes t*oi i%. Mina . AprilYE—TD prima winter wheat crop ray sri in TD Nurthxvete-ern Miller rays: TD devetepmante of tD late  f - mrteen Dye, and particntariy ID tate seven, Dve pelt a large percentage of ID winter  whnte ta a nm* ii turn where there is no lunger any ta®IR. April bas lea® favoruide—attn-! Din* sud pDity of mtMture, tai Db Dve i failed to give th* fav*rai4e chang# that wm hoped for. Inf.irmatom of a rtdiaide charac tor ut this stage of ID m.-iitli put# iii** short | age in tD winter wheat Itel at from IN,iud,-OJO to SR,OMI,(MU, m oompared w itii ID pre reding nop  Rwwewa Jedges In JalL  New York. Af Nil JE—TD World's Karen* (Wyaparoal say a A H Adams, prufaate sn.I H<4sri T M-« tills. h. oonnty Judge. I »Nh at Harfesr county, Kansas. Dve been found guilty after a f(®r day*’ trial, af mal feasance to (db# and cotiapirary hi ne Berth® with ID county seat ecmlasfi, and Dve Den sent to jail until they pay a fine and costs Proreedutgs to aute tD county Judge will I® st ame begun. This ira-neatly end* one of ID mote bittor county sent fights on record in Katsme  A Del Usa CeMpletesi.  Max r>im*<*. I a1. April YE-TD ramp!* th® of the groat 8*«ri water dam and Na Duel City waterworks wm formally oi* served Tburoday. TD dam is aulu! miwmry Dill aer*we Hwvtewater valley in order to form a large rro*rv>sr fur Use puns aw af storing water for tD dry arase® TD dam la ninety feet high from ID Iwse of ID gorg# and is riaiined to b by twenty fort tD highest dam in ID United Htatea TD area of tD reservoir is TD acres. TD cute of ID tam t» #«*«), is®  Aw Alleged Hlgwmtst Arrested.  Uamtuaur, Itta, April JI -Jctan H tov tano, of La Harp wm pkmd ta Jail here Tburwlay iii dt fsoil of fl.uui L.od* fat ai lcgad Irtgamy It to Maid (tatoo > bas taw® marrute eight times an i tDt sci .-raj ai hi* artv«i atv yet living He De Den drawing a Men-un war pense rn. and alw at hie wivm living in i 'restate, Iowa, who ttamgbt him to D dead, was drawing tD amu praatua I Ylaair wm a cr rated by a pension offlkwr  Mwmllteu Net Guilty.  Brawbox, MD, Apni SI —TD Jury ta ID .v iterated tam at tD steta- egainte Joshmi ti Hsmitadi. * Drged with tD murder *4 D.  H Gainbr* ii, ifta Diug out ail night, returned a verdict of not guilty at (JU Th arx Dv morniiig  Downs.  WK ARK NOW RKADY TO SHOW  HP  Up New Goods.  CALL AND SEE US.  HAVE MADE  Down Prices AT THE (HIME.  £. H GOULDING, Jmlsr. Alna  North went corner Third and Plara streets,  HAH IN STOCK  Fine Gold and Silver Watches,  Rich Jewelry, Silverware, Clocks,  Spectacles and Sewing Machines  OLDEST HOUKE ! LARGENT STOCK! LOWEST PRICES!  Oil, Needles and Supplies for all Machines.  Gold-Filled,Watches *so^ vVA us!, ■’Only 520.  Solid Gum Ii aidless SM lo SKH).  S |: n -'lite.,  From $10 to $50.  New Goo-ls for Winter and Spring Trade.  DON’T FAIL TO SKK THEM.  J. ll BOOTH.   

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