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   Davenport Leader, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1895, Davenport, Iowa                               THE DAVENPORT LEADER FIFTH YEAH. MONDAT. AJ'KIL EIGHT PAGi BISMARCK. Sis Serious Illness Causes Anxiety. towa Coal Miners Getting Desperate. Prime Galls on Jackson for Troops. Message from Missing Chi- cora Situation Alarming. DCS MOINKS. April. coni situation at Cincinnati is growing alarming. Tho miners Iheru they will tlio 'minoi-A out at all Ma Ce lovnl fr me of stftto mililii fie governor fov niora r.ff is swearing in deputies on .ill understood That tho supply of Win- chesters a.ia hoinb.i at For- hnsh. A ..r njeii gone back to work and aio a.nj n. DECIDED TO KEEP UP THE SIEGE. Situation at tho lotru JS'ot of Coutliiued April Tho situation has not materially changed. The miners mooting at Centorvillo was largely at- but tho meeting was secret and but little of tho proceedings were given j out. They to keep up j the siege at Cincinnati and tho mines along tho Milwaukee road which havo also gono to work at less than tho regu- lar rates. The situation from the outsido has a more serious aspect than heretofore. The strikers who came up to attend tho meeting went back in squids and were reinforced. Tho military is still on duty and will probably bo reinforced by other companies. SILVER QUESTION. William Morrison on the Situation. Subject Second Only to the Tariff Question. Vprii 15. Prince Bis-marek is seoujsly i I. His reception of the Conservative Klectoral Union dale-j course ..'of trade for some and April K. Dun Co.'s Review of Trade i Progress toward better business contin- but it is flow and meets many s racks. In speculative aspects and in wiiolchule demand for goocU tho week shows improvement. Money markets ara undisturbed and a little more active. Among tho chief obstacles is the anxiety of operatives to secure better even many manufacturing works aro running without profit and. others at thu risk of loss. In a number of establish- msr.ts better wages havo been thus increasing tho purchasing power of the but strikes havo largely over- balanced several of impor- tance having thrown about workers out of employment this week. Retail Trade Improved. Ketail trade has improved on the whole since as the approach of Easter brings more but distribution to individual consumers still lags bohind purchases of and such demand for products as springs from building and other investments looking into the future. Crop prospects will greatly the which wns fixed for has been indefinitely postponed and his phy- aician Dr. Schwens u has been sum- moned by wiro to the ex-chancellor's bedside. fatally Hurl. April AVest bound Baltimore and Ohio ei which behind struck a delivery wagon containing Andrew i ooper and Wilbur Rodgers at the crossing on Main street this morning. Both horses were killed and the wagon demolishsd. Tlis men fatally hnrt. Battle Fought. HAVANNA. April 15. A battle was fonght Saturday at Palma in Miror. be- tween the revolutionists and the govern- ment forC2s. The insurgents were de- leaving six kil.eJ and inanv Captain Agailor with hii command started in pursuit of the rebels. are reported to be scattering. Fraudulent. BESTON H April 15. The botile cjiita-mng tae lost Chicora's message which was picked up off Sanga- tnck was je-eived by J. H. Graham this morning. He pronounces the message fraudulent. Lunatic CaplureiU N. April one of the lunatics who escaped from the asylum with the tram was captured today near Warpinger's Falls. JS. 1'- the government report had little influ- ence to discourage. consumers tho worst feature is the rapid advance in meats. For tho first time in a long period prices of con. Hies average a higher than ayoai and in Grout Britain owing to different a slight ad- vance occurred iu March. On botn sides of tho ccsan tlio lowest level ever known may naturally be followed by some rise. Cotton is on both sides more buoyant than Details of the Murders at San Francisco. Durant Thought to be Homi- cidal Maniac. SAN April Enmn- uel Baptist church at Bnrtlett be- tween Twenty-second and Twenty-third in this has been tho sceuo of two of the most atrocious murders ever com- in tiie state. Saturday the muti- lated and murdered body of Mmnie Will- iams was found in the library of the edi- fice. Yesterday the nude body of Blanche Lament wus found in tho tower of the same church. The same the au- thorities slow botli girls and V. H. T. the young man suspected of both crimes. is now in custody. Blanche and Minnie Williams wero members of tho church and mambers of the Sunday school class. The former was a student at the Normal school on Powell street in this the latter was'a companion in a family in At- across the bay from the city. lingers thin mid boeii duup into tin- tender Hush. Tliu body was taken tlio whore it was placed on a blab by the Hide ol' Miss The chief of police sent for Jluv. Dr. paster of the and tiiu re- port became current that ho hml boon ac- of tho and had boon ar- rested. Tbun tho crowds surged to CJibson's house and tho excitement luorc inteiiM.'. Tho rumors ol thu arrest were later denied and it became known that iJr. Oibson tho sex ton of tho church had been merely called to tell what they knew. Later came Uie news that Durant hud been arresled at Walnut on tho road to Mount Diablo. Ho was caught by Detective Anthony. The detective and his prisoner left on the next tram for Han where they arrived last evening. Tho police are certain they have tho right man. They claim two witnesses who saw Du- rant and Miss Willinius in company lust Friday night and also state that when a. bearch was made of Durant's in tlm pocket of his coat was found a purse which Miss Williams is known to havo carried Friday night. Durant is about t'JJ yenrs of age and was born and reared in the neighborhood m which the murders lie is n graduate of the Copgswoll hijih and has been studying modicmo for a year. He is a member of the second brigade signal corps and was assistant superintendent of li'nanuel church Sun- day school. He was always of a dis- and has friends who refuse to in spite of tho that ho committed the crime attributed to him. Tho think Dnrant is another with a mania lor murder. They state that it is highly probable that Durant Is responsible for the killing of Eugene a young drug clerk who was found stubbed to death several months ago in the storo where he worked. Durant's parents nro highly esteemed people of the district in Which they live. BI.OUUT U'Alt IN THE NAT1OX. ClioctaiTH Deadly with the Krceiit Murders. April has broken loose in the eastern poition of tho Choc- taw nation. Ever since the Jones-Locke They were eacli 21 years j feud of two years ago the deadliest en and pretty and modest girls. The Wolf ill Mteep'a Clothing. Both had been the recipients of atten- tions from u young medical student j an avowed' friend Goyernor named W. H. T. who is also tho Jones. His assassination aroussd the mity has prevailed between parties of different political beliefs. week Arnold Jsliclio was shot down by some unknown party in his own yard. He had librarian of thij church and the secretary -.yul t 3f the Society of the who had alway's been warm oil having risen to the On April a Miss Lamont dis-in- suspected of tl irowrc O iUIba -UillilOIlb _ _ for' Toventeon On April a Miss Lumont disap Nothing supports the advance of of a peared. Diligent search failed to reveal IN HIS PRIME. The Founder of the Chicago Herald His Death Occurs in New York Sunday. Prominent Wisconsin Demo- crat Passes Away. Nelly Ely Marries a New York Millionaire. NEW April pfoprietor ot tho Chicago arid tho Chicago Kvening died yes- terday afternoon at o'clock at tho Hol- land this city. His death WHS very liu was taken with pains m the left sido in tho morning and doctor was cent in cotton the last week except the im- pression that the next crop will bo short. any trace of her and her Mrs. with whom she had for receipts are large and about I been was totally unable to throw bales more than the largest crop .iny 15ght OIl affair Miss Lamont grown have already come into sight this year. Wheat Depresicd in Price. Wheat has yielded nearly 1 nl- though Atlantic exports for two weeks have been flour in- against last with western receipts only against last year. Rsceipcs corn are about half and exports aboot a fifth of last Decreases in tho receipts of cattle are having ar- rived at against to date last and the prevalent opinion is that western packers arc helping nature to some extent. caino from several months having been in dan Francisco for her health and at the same time to attend the normal school to perfect herself as a The last person seen in her company was H. T. it had been on friendly terms with the missiag girl. On Saturday about 11 p. in. the mutilated body of Minnie Williams was found in tho library of the shurch. The girl had lieen assaulted and her remains were cut and the evidently died from loss of whole and tho Cooper friends of the crimo. Later Solomon Simpson Loan- aker and three of their la-'d in I wait two miles north of in tho i Mr. Scott i Choctaw for tho who were planting it crop. As tho Coopers came up the Laanakers opened fire irom ambush with Winchesters. Their lire was returned. There wore five men in each and for thirty minutes a deadly fusillade prevailed. Governor of tbe Choctaw na- chanced to pass the place and found Solomon Simpson I Cornelius Cooper and Tom Forbes dead in the road within few feet of each oth- er with their Winchesters in their hands. Near his dead brother lay William i shot in a dozen but still I alive and conscious. He gave Gardner a j detailed statement of the whole affair. His statement cannot bo had but JAMJIS W. SCOTT. Ho snid the pain arose tho Woulvn Miuiuiacturcra Alarmed. April 15 feeling of alarm which was caused in the woolen manu- facturing districts by tho announcement recently that an American lirm had sold to a Bradford house a quantity of woolen goods at a price comparing favorably with unythicg Bradford could offer continues is wideiv commented on. _ Coincidence. BERLIN. April The lacs announced Her assailant had evidently possessed output of fig iron April 1 was tho ferocity of a Jack-tbe-Kipper. On i enough is known to show that the Loun- onipusoi pig iron 9Xamination ifc Wa3 that fihe had akers were instigated to do tho bloody March unsold stocks less heavy stocks were taken up by facturers in anticipation of a strike in coku works. But tlio apparent consump- tion is larger than aC any other time for some and only one-sixth less than in 1S9J. Bessemer iron advanced little to 75 at but there w.is no change in prices of finished products during the while the demand continue- good for fornn and a little better for the marked decrease in de- scant pur rating the tongue. Two witnesses state they saw a young man and a young the former answering tho de- scription of Durant and tho latter that of Minnio enter the church. Fol- this cine lie police at once put the residence of Durant under surveillance. AIL5S Williams lired with friends in Ala- who gave hsr home until she could secure a position. warpath swearing the lioauakers and vengeance ail on the against fneuJs. ________ STRONG AGAINST ANGUS GILBERT. Tha Krldence That lie Murdered S- l ear-Old Alice Sterling. April body of Alice ti years was found in mand for owing to the __..... j hero thas the planets occupied on Good chases of farmers for affects the 1 but aftur the separation of her position as on j outlook. It sterns probable that pig iron father and another had moved to Ala must recede unless a larger demand for finished products is soon developed. r.f Wool. P.-xles of wool amo i earth under tho barn of G. V7. HP 'on Denis Savin Boston. Her lived in that neighbor- hali been ncarly ofr with 1'ridny esacily the same tie day Christ was crucllicd aroused a irreat deal of curiosity among religious iibd scientific folk were disappointed in me observations owing lo the 'act that tuo bcaTcas woru ovux- NEWS IN BRIEF. jjlobcrt K. Wriel'.t. 23 years old. -was at JJ. by officers fftmi J'a.. for the murder in of ChrlbCuu Drum. Hobbsry was tho iliotivc of tha crhno. A manifesto iwcn issued br Presi- Ponna of tho United adTking ihc scttlcmcns nf th3 mining for the coming year by districts. -J. A Cos sentenced at '3ir--- ypaw in prison lor passing i .1 tor W of shot snd Jcjllei Ircnusc of despund- ency. .7ohT3 Reed was kiH-cd at Union Ind while tric light vrire a tha wiro was burning. At Biker a uieda. Last Time Stic Seen Alive. Friday morning the Morgan if wool arc particularly interest- vith whom she had packed their iuntinK for the week to household goods intending to loave for I fW-nm.i ntid Mice Wltlftime and for five weeks previous to i j T and Miss had removed her possessions to the house of Mrs. Voy. near tho church. craning she wits to have attended a meeting of Youna People's socSfty of the Kmaniiul church at Ur. Vogel's house. At o'clock she left Mrs. Yoy's iiouse attend the invct- taking a latchkey mth her. Sho apptjaretl there. this lime ihiraiit loft his homo on strc-f r. in thesamo lor the 2.I.S77.G76 In the same weeks of 1Mb. In sales nre close to the quantity for a full consump- and the long delay in placing and the Inteneis nf the season makes the proportion of mills at work larger than usual. Xo improvement in ap- and domestic wool does not re- f pond to recent advances in foreign I low price cmxrarageJ At 8 o'cl6ck Durant Philip crs to much more viitoronslr some questions withthe loreignKooasofmnnykindsthan a tjip to Mount Diablw which I he they bad cspccU-d. and Icr the medium of which he a and cheaper grades of they JIHTO tiie usual purciiaszw and havo for years bei-n compsnu ivcJy 1. Tho IT Bloods fare not so Inrcign tilioii Jii'jre bus demand for In cottun-. stronssh with owasiunal ndvanrcs ol a anil an of a I as. The girl Irom her father's home in Hill avenue rihe WB.S last seen in the company of Angus night agent at the Savin Hill station of the Old Col- ony railroad. Investigation of the Bos- ton police led to suspicion against him and he was charged with tho murder. Ho strongly asserts that he is innocent. Gilbert is iM yoars old and formerly worked for the girl's father. In poyiuuut for chores done for Mr. Gilbert was allowed to in I he 1-jft of tlio barn under which the b'jdy found. The police two lhconc-5 O3i which le baso thvir rharKt-s aR.tinst. One rilled. of a stony from tho nud administered morphine. At 1 o'clock and tho doctor was hastily summoned again. He found that ap.iplexy had probably brought on from tho and Mr. Scott diud without recovering con- sciousness. .Mrs. Scott and a little nleco were the only relatives with him. Great Miack to His KrlemH. The news of Mr. Scott's death spread quickly nnd'wos a great shock to his friends in the city and from the west who happened to be in New York. Many called and sent to Mrs. Scott thuir con- dolence and expressions of deep sympathy. Among those who called were Ambrose James S Metcalf Wal- ter Amos P. Handy and John K who returned from London Saturday. Captain John U. S. said that he was never more shocked than when he heard of Air. Scott's death. He con- sidered tiiat his loss to Chicago would he their irreparable. He hod an iuiinensn in- fluence in political and municipal affairs and invariably did what was rijrht. Herald Alwajx on tbe OuUile. wus at tho Wuldorf with him Jnst said Mr. Allen. Scott never appeared in better spirits. 1 asked him whv he called the consolidated newspaper the Ho tho paper is folded tho word Times will be on tho inside and the name Herald will always appear on the outside. Mr. Scott was a good and I shall uiiM him more than I can was lo th- day. At he Dr. VoceJ's residence where was in and none anvrry during thr remainder of iff. At H o'clock lie a. an assault 011 the girl ihj oilier re- vengo for old grudge against her lather. A ax w.is found in Gil- bert's and liis is tpattcrcd with hl'xul- ABBREVIATED of will editor of Nation's a weoUly Populibt uuuur lo be established Donvor. A numlier of oltizons of tho United nut Cub tus luivo left Phllmleluhhv to join tho robols on tho i.slund. Tho Toledo. O hoard of trmlo Jinsi Adopted resolutions tho of war to appoint iv eoniinuteo of en- gineers to exainino if de- termine result tho Chic.igu dr. Well Known Wlaconnln Veteran April Colwert K. ono of best known war vet- erans in suddenly yester- day afu-ruoon of apoplexy. Colonel Pier was the son of KJward tho first white settler nt the location nf Fond du Ixio. Colonel Pier was a lawyer aud his widow and three daughters havu all bucn adnntt-e.l to tho Mrs. bt-ing a ftiurt Colonel Pier vfni first volunteer in the n-bcllion from Ktuid du and took a couspicnuus Ihc baitlfuf with j ticnwal ivhcro ho wou a promo- j lion to omul Is likely lo prnduco uu I ho watur of tho grout InUt-H. Sponeer tho murderi'ivi of Alujor Hamilton in huve bcnn taken to IjoiiKvillo for siil'o kuoping. The gut Inrormtitioii tlmt ti mob of HHi men hml furiiicd lor tho purpose ot Ij nohliiK i he At O during a henry storm millions of v.orms uiiiklag puvcmenu HO thui it won iiuiu-ly to on them. Tho iidvnure In oil greutly stimu- lated operations in tho und orders lor drilling maelunory am liourlng in moro rapidly than thoy cun bo tilled. Mrs. ISetny iJroolc widow of the Into ot died ut iigeit A young man jumped from Uroiiklyn bridge and never uroso after disappearing in tho water. His niiitio wiw Duffy and ho seems to have jumped Ironiu spirit of tooMiai Carl of Coxey's army bus boon hold to the graml jury at Mas- in ball to to tho churgo of criminal libel. The Knulish invi'-itora who woro swin- dled by J. T. Al. Pierce in enterprises iu South Dakota will complete somo of Plcrco'H schemes and try to recover that way Home of tho millions they huvo lust. A wreck on the KJint and Poro Miir- quette railway fatally hurt Fireman Frud anil brnko thoann of und bruised Kiigmeiir JNo ouo elso aoilously injurod. Just lieforu the conforonci they havo buon holding at thu Latter Day baints deckled to oluut no man to any position in Uie church who tobacco in any form. 1'hu cxpoctoU revolution to .irrivr. Lottie and Annio sisters of 6 and if were lun down and killed by a train IIH they were rut inning liomu ultor at tend ing an Ka.stcr festival at ilellilo- Pa. A spoutinp oil well was struck in Fun- tregs a fow ilays ago. The Now York World Bays that tho po- lico census nmkes thu population of that city u Rain of over the slate census lir'.U Petroleum went to a barrel at Oil iva There bo a celebration of Gonoral Grant's birthday April L'7 at tho Audi- at which liuiiural O. O. Howard will bo tho orator. Tho Press club is in charge. The application for a now trial in tho Huywurd case at Minneapolis is in the haudii of tho judge. Harry llayward was iu court and noiio tho for his iio docs not hope to suc- ceed in getting a new tilul and expects to bo hanged. Japanese troops at tho Pescadorti Islands are being decimated by overBJO death having beon reported. The sugar bounty approbated by con- gress stands a poor ohanct of reaching the hands of the sugar growers. Comp- troller of tho has tho decision. He cannot be overruled except by tho and says tho law ia un- constitutional und void. Goorgo tho pugilist known as wits arre-ted at Chi. for his with Kildio Meyer Feb. II. and hold at tho Harrison Btruot itatlon to await thu arrival of officers from where the battle took place. Caila Iillu4 shipped from California to Ch'cago lor Enstor purpofus arrived In a thus proving tho 01- prriuifiit it failuro. The Debs conspiracy case will be tu-en up again May 0 in tho federal court at Chicago. Tho Minnesota senate has adopted a memorial favonujj deep wnterwuy Im- provements to the SCIL Congress is asked to continue the present work and to ex- tend the system. j More than I'.'.r.OO.OOO will bo expended during tho present year on improvement of the Mississippi river. TELEQKAPIIIO MAKKET3. ENJOINED Big Chicago House Against Inccmo Tax. Northern New Eamnshire A. Suffers from Flood. Peace Conference To3ay at Shimonoshfiki. Conclusion of a Treaty of Peace Expected. Tint in Vritrs N. Ailril Northern New lianipMhiiu in suiriiiug HID lliM..cl in hintory. Thti lain which be- gun falling SiituuJm runimues. Mnuy luinii mo unliielj1 sill merged ami Muck awny und The 'o-i ti liumei'ri imnieiih'.'. Tiie and mobt of llu' funds lire lelw- grnjili iinil ut-mriy all wuslu tun. The miiN cuiii- polk'd In hhtil down I hoiisinnl-i out ill woili. iNevvs ol a Hiinilur condi- tion COineH tiom tlm i-otithein pint nl htalu but coiiMMjin me su iM'diti Apiil the United niorning ciijomcil making any n lur.-is tu tlic umler p-uv the income lax Tlio Hied by a Now YoiU bhuwaltur in I'll-. intfrinil of petition A I't'Hl'O April -A doBpiitch from BIIJH Jji Ilimg IH m con cominiinicaiion hy ifligrnph with Volun. A cuiifcroiico iHtiittiuu at iShimoii- OHhcki toilny it iri expected will lesiilt in conclu-ioii of peace. C'Hirl llonne Uoilroyi-il April fire ycbterduy altorno u destroy n I the court Inn si' and nil Hie buildings tho south gido of the pul hrjuiire. Tho is oiijin of tlio lire is unknown. Out of April IS.- -The St. Louis proBM brick works were destroyed by nro yehloiday lo.-n 0. folly itmurmi. Three hnudred wen nil thrown out ol I'liiploymeut. April IS. -The eruptean is con- fined to her sleeping aparluieutn with iu- TELE33AMS. B. J. Toher it Uroken. 1O9 Halo 81 ProvKons. Stacks mid Bonds. Special vires Chicago Board of Trade. CHICAGO MAkKKT. CMICAUO. April IS. tgJ5. MORRISON TALKS OF SILVER. t NELLIE BLY NOW A WIFE. Ssome Cara- W hoiiJ pal Ofimjfy hii IHlO.OOJ toward Jhc expenses of In- Mrnationnl Mining and indusUial ex- la be held iu in in JHroU Bros.' -warcljo-ase at Ma- oauiiod m loss of over aiK 3t is ing tip y.anlttoTi rosrrva.t1-on w351 ieldTintU cflrtain ITOBB S. D.. statiod. King Hnin'bcrt hasjntt laid Garibaldi tin nt it Apn3 IS. KITH proprietor of Clcarueiv froso Ihts by and IninwJ with ihlrtocn on biuJiJins and in Ihr Murdrrcr- Thc ucst Da-anj. and wi-ju wHh hw the fifty miis away. so i' is ijijrtv to po back Yesterday ihc liiruuch A ptprr tiro Jour worn Uy brr nlrnc On tbe jrapcr name and TbeoJorc Uamnu wili Ihp thai nn fricnj of M on tllf j UK April K Tbe Hon. li. by an 'vicTTs He i iniporlaTTX- of Ihis I ouly to ibi- t.inff. unswusfActory cundili'.n is belScvtl to Ujc linascial and throujjli wlilcJi we In n use silver nnd on of the rooavary ol Jiome to. of thp towns IIM TOC- en TF-cll its tif fromcn that a numtierof Witers hare 'Jatemjincid to follow wnple. found jrnttty of roatis1ai3c'hlKT. Hamilton of ft. gra5 roTilAinlnjt tfins of ol lire April aftd tit. Tnal Koilway been served with 3 he in o be brought Jor hoxry da-jnajres of iJio Wg of ibc arid OOTI- of a-llcffod ringlfrndfrs in this city. Tho broiighl by Iwo of men who wfjrp arrcftt' on of E W. gcnerai of Jho I St. Paul oornpanf XJ-OTV with the Groat Northern. Tbe aJlegMions ftdw and iTnallcoos which latter tho Jist-. 3t li Jhoiaght American Railway Union 3s the if H proTes successful Iwcn murdered Jjut icOJ what tn-pw. tuvi Ihr w had Main and 1ha1 cw c.f funhcr crm- by murdtr. BOOT. lie crun bfitJa hem and abroad. A an JCurnjir in h aiu-mpt liit- tfuu-ilw saJi-ly Jo watt Koglftod anU 1 Tbe i NKW Ai'riJ naorjjiag Ad- vert is one She ti'-tv-pijH-r in ihe jj no longer MISH now Mr4. Ilji nun. 3Jt-r liu-biind is oneortJic of Uif Kn-hangn NalionaJ bank a'jil a Ho at V.Vit and is 7't Tho marriajp- oc- A1 of 14jfl in Anliland ThcrxJirn Mor- haul no ft at a WHEAT. UJKX- ijuiy............. UATS. Jail-........ l-OKA. MM.......... OF MIs-l js jirvt thf JcjT.il tender qunlHy our dollnni filrcr in It in under 1h-o jirarHoppf our flrm.nf.inl ttff wilh 1lif trcasurj. When ulrrr T Icfl out in ilif-rc tuj vf ilhtr tmi jrold to ju cminot tba 1 rniiTricfl lo Mr. in He I'-fi following day for New Yoi J. O tn my nflT anrl Mis Jwid liml bail imirdcrod theory i-artim -r'itiy morning nflcr intililng n Itit'TCtugJi tlii KniMJueil rturrJi ne and omrajjMj body of was found COTI- s not morp than It we safely niint no jnonty which not from 1 ho The Uic dotiT of Ibe lower node and on t.5if floor. Around wen at Mortem i York the to n proper ex- tor ooturb in Onf-Jnan did hrr rrn to i for J'-scrlb- Her -luiy JK .1 3J-JO ta 02 32 i tiff c .in Close ecu VA4 At Pcoria. A. P. Bart- tt. at ex-senator AI. P. at AJich Hiram O. H utAssunip- A. M. at St. Lawyer J. Kdwurd of uincy. Ills. Tho U'nlte.l States government ia nego- tiating for a Mlu for a battery on Conuui- cut which will vomiuand the west- ern passage of Narrugansutt buy. Tho jury which investigated the flre in Ijnpson's dry goods store at Toronto jrougbt in n verdict that night and and servants of the liomo Protective hud a knowledge of the caUM jf tbe fire. It U cxiwclcd the crown trill ssne warrants. J. Edward Addicks has sued the Philm- jelphla Press for lilwl in publishing an article saying that ho gave a chuck to a Philadelphia hotel. Chief Justice Albert H. of the KaniOd supremo hiu resigned. Judge David of been apjjointed Iu succeed him. Dr. Thomas 11. full into a cis- tern at New Ind.. and waa Carl treasurer of Blaino O. T.. is In jnil fur shortage is placed at whllu is than M. a musical hat Irancs to tho city of Parli. to in up musical ments for the set iu buspitalj and asylums. Mc.idc. son of 12. Philadelphia at its annual meet- to siiccx-rul Kicliard Vnux. Three iroui .Sonsoun who bare arrivod Jti liuiidon wcru cyo ot and their evi- dence ouiifirius tho reports of tbe atroci- ties. Tlte upcra iiouan ot Mnquon. struck nnd doitivyed to- jrathtr with four The IOM li 702 7.05 .1 Com. i Com. 4 000 finn. C1XWE. Mrtrt Cft went lunliinx to lif uso of for carrying nn war are being conductoiJ J.v the AuMrtan anny tk-x. been taincd. Sanlw has trnood Rnbtrt and z to harie May fi. __ M fMoax City. Cm Apnl TJjo Sorth- cm a been in of a Chwles C. of who a tlW.- UW honl 'mpany. The total lia- bihUps arc T. A. of thU d1y. mcfjfet' failura Jiot t any husino-rt Interest Jiera. stale of th'- April ijio fixod convention for July JO. .Joseph K. of tor   

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