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   Hamilton Daily Republican (Newspaper) - March 20, 1895, Hamilton, Ohio                                WHOLE MO. 826 HAMILTON, OHIO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH ao, Daughter of the Ohio Sena- tor Will Wed a Britisher. HENRY 0. IRONSIDES, Will of to t fejr Vmuc. nuoatra TO D. C. March Another heircM, Helen, daughter of Senator Brice, of M reported about to wed a foreigner Henry OatriM Box Ironsides, secretary of the BrttUh embmssador here. tint malph Wilkea, died thiamofn. ____ Freight ar TKLaoKAru TO TUB fccruBUCAft. AURORA, ILL., MARCH merchant- freight train cruthed into a atoek train early this mora- ine Hinkley. Fireman waa killed and Engineer Spencer injured. Bcferrcd Wlthuut Uhrlatoa. antctaL BY TBLCGKAPB TO mm LONDON, MARCH Iriih tunaici- pal bill patsed the third reading; commons and waa referred to the committee without a division. MORE TROUBLE. England's Drastic Demands On the Nicaraguan.Republic SCHWCINFURTH. Will Thai Karthljr Coirte Jmrto4ietlM Him. CHICAGO, Jacob Schweinfurth, who declares he is Chritt, and maintain! a "hearen" of angels, aa he calls them, at his farm near Kockford, 111., failed to appear SPAIN'S CRISIS. The Monarchy Said To Be In Danger. Brings Up the Doctrine Formulated Tuesday m Judge Dunne's court, when Consequently the Cabinet Will Prob- flnrfar PpteMant UnnrAa the ease brought against him by Ueo. Under President Mnnrnp. _ KB J. ablj Withdraw Its Resignation. ar TBLBOKAFB m THE CHICAGO, ILL., MARCH closings as 55 5 8; corn 47 i 8; 29 3 8; pork 11.67; lard 6 75; ribs 5.75! oats SPECIAL BY TO THE. MADRID, March bodies have been recovered from the Reina Embezzled jPECIAI, BV TELEGRAPH TO THB REPDBI.1CAN NEW YORK, March Mines, a clerk in the employe of J. P. Morgan Co., Auuex Cuba. TKLBOkAPB TO TUB KBFCBL1CAJI WASBIKVTOH, March frye, in of the alliance affair this moruiig. eaid that he reKretted the belief Wa8 arre9ted for embezzlitiK f 10.000 belong that Spain will make the reqnired apology, j jnR to tlle ,-irm which preveBta the United States seizing Cuba, which this country needed. He should like to have an opporttmiety to acquire Cuba by con- quest. The utterence is significant be- cause Senator Frye is a member of the for- eign relations committee, indicating- a revival of the efforts to acquire Cuba. Brigadier lladeau Dead. SPECIAL BY TELEGHAPH TO THE REPUBLICAN RIDGEWOOD. N. J.. March General Adam Badean, military secretary of General Grant, during the war, died sud- denly today of apoplexy. THE MARKETS. Important Meeting. THLUGfcApa rap KEPUULICAM WASHINGTON, D. C. March cabinet is considering- the possibility of on April loth, with his family, concerted action of the European powers against the United States and this country, having cctuj licated with every marine in Europe, excepting Russia and Scandinavia. Today Great Britain an- nounces that thev will have a man-of war on the Nicaragua coast forty eight hours, and insist upon satisfaction of the blue- fields trouble. The Vice Goes to Europe. 'SPECIAL BY TKL.EGRAPM TO TUS BLOOMINGTOS, Ills., March President Stephensou will leave for Europe They Will Marry. SPECIAL ItT TCLkGRAPH TO THE REPUBLICAN BOSTON Mass., March Bolien, the printer i of this city, is soon to tnarrv Miss Thresa Gertrude Butler, the only daughter of Captain Howard G Buller, the Philadelphia mil- lionaire. She is a beautiful girl and is tl uc of a million in her own right. Her parents were opposed to the match for a long time, but filially con- sented. Fire In K. of P. Hull. il'I CIAL KY TK1.1 C.RAl'U TO [HE XCfUlIUCAN PEORIA, March. Fire brote out early this morning under the roof of Hie Uewciu building-, the third story contain- ing the lodge rooms of the Uniform Rank 1C. of P., and other orders, and were binned out. The offices in the second story and, clothiyp and boot and shoe stocks on the first floor -ivere dnniaRtd by water. Loss account of foreign aggression the United States must insist upon full and absolute justice to the American fiidc. The dust will be shaken off the musty old Monroe doctrine, which it has not been necessary to assert with vigor for many years, and if the administration carries out is policy with the earnest- ness which now seems to characterize it, Great Britain will either withdraw from its buccaneering position or else lay herself open to a passage at arms with the United States. The question which just at this mo- ment is most acute is that which affects the relations of Great Britain and Nic- aragua. Bug-land has presented an ul- timatum to that feeble republic, de- manding- the payment within seven weeks of an indemnity of for the enforced departure of Hatch, the British minister, and the appointment of a commission to adjudicate the dam- ages sustained by British subjects ex- pelled at the same time from the Mos- quito reservation, the provision being inserted that no American citizen shall eit on the commission. This ultimatum is regarded in ad- ministration circles as grossly unjust and peremptory, and the provision which bars American citizens from sit- on tlie commission to adjust dam- ages is looked upon as a deliberate con- spiracy to ent the Nicarag-uan gov- ernment from securiiin- the services of the commissioners of the only nation- ality from hicli they can expect even- handed justice. Ambassador Bayard has been instruct- ed to lay before the British secretary for foreiirn affairs a request for an ex- planation of Great Britain's purpose in and to warn the British government that the United States has an interest in all disputes between European nations and the American republics, which extends to every in- cident on which undue advantage _ i seems about to be taken of the -weak- Extra, la 40 uood to choice. -oiS; c i c i common to fair. J3.00.j4.50, spring laW N 50 I DCSS lcSS Powerful Party tQe @C.Od. dispute. '1 ncrc is much conjecture as to the kind of reception which Ambassador Bayard will meet upon presenting- this message. A British warship is already CINCINNATI. March 19. Winter patent quotable at JiSO'i 310; do fancy. ;2 50-, 2. 65. do family, 82. 15 2.25; do extra, low grades, tl 75 185; spring patent. spring fancy. 2 90 spring family. J-.GO "A. rye flour, north- nveslern, K 75 do city, per There is not much animation in trade, and the market remains steady at pre- vious prices. No. 3 yellow, track. 2 white, tTc: yellow ear, Xo 2 mixefl, track, No. 2 mixed, track. 3Cc: No. 2 white, truck. rejected mixed, track, Not C mixed, tiack, 31 Cc Heavy steers, fair to good. 507J 5 25. none or the best on su'e- select butcher, extra.   Kood to choice mixed, common to f ur. 3.5ft L-imbs: Bayard U to Wara the British Hound- ary IMspata With EoBland-French and German IttMrMU Involved. WASHINGTON, March United States is at the beginning of diplomat- W. Coudry for dam- ages was called. The case was continued for two weeks. Schweinfurth claims that earthly courts have no jurisdiction over him, but Judge Dunne declares he will bring the pretender to the bar if he has to go to -'heaven" to get him. Mr. Cou- Schweinfurth hypnotized his The Government I'owrrlewi to Control the Army, the Oflleera, From the Gener- Down, with Ewapei Centura. LONDON, March dispatch to the Central News from Madrid, via V V WAfctA tAA UJ BAIO-------------------------" ic complieations with Ureat Bntian wife, who has taken all his children Bayonne, France, says that recently besides which the Allmnca incident, which is now going through the usual channels of correspondence, will sink and property to for which alienations he demands satisfaction. He says he has been repeatedly urged t sf into inawmnmnce. Thu situation was to Bhoot the fajse t at npA.__ discussed at the cabinet meeting Tues-1 day with all the privity which its seri-1 outness demanded, and the feeling was unanimous that the United States was called upon at this juncture in i the affairs of Venezuela and Nicaragua to assert vigorously the American doc- trine formulated under President Mon- A SHORTAGE. Eighty Thousand Worth of Gold mod Silver Bullion Disappear From Carson Hint. CARSON, Ner., March Mason, a government mint inspector and superintendent of the New York --------------------------0 roe, and serve notice upon European assay department, has been in Carson civil ?uard, but he found tl.at be could nations that in all matters affecting for past week inspecting the not depend upon thut branch of the the integrity of American republics on United States mint in this city. Some- the condition of affairs in the Spanish capital has been more serious than at any time for years past. The censor- ship of dispatches leaving tlie country has prevented the full truth from be- coming known. The fact is that the government is powerless to control the army, and that the officers, from the generals down, have sided with the riotous subalterns. When Premier Sagasta learned of the state of things he meditated summoning the thing over has mysteriously disappeared, and five clean-ups in quick succession failed to reveal the cause of the shortage. The refined gold and silver bullion to that amount has disappeared from the department. The presence here of Gen. Bob Keat- ing, to whom several mint employes, including Superintendent J. W. Adams, owe their positions, is a significant fact, as is also two trips recently made to San Francisco by P. S. Ellis and J. T. Jones, mint officials. NEWFOUNDLAND SCHEME. TtunelThBt Wonltl Keduce Transatlantic Voyage One-Third. OTTAWA, March is stated here that an effort is being made in Newfoundland to add enormously to the demands of the colony when the terms of its admission to the Dominion are considered. The latest proposition is that Canada should tunnel the straights of Belle Isle, in order to give the island all rail connection with Canada. This, it is urged, will confer special advantage upon Canada, reduc- ing the sea voyage to England by one- -third, and rendering it possible to con- vey passengers from Montreal to Liv- erpool in 105 hours. Where it is pro- posed to build a tunnel the straights are about twelve and one-half miles wide, and the land formation is said to be favorable to the undertaking- i l. fine merino, quarter t'.oifcinc. mcuiuin uc- lainc and clnthi.i-r. 1.5 I4r: coarse I" !4c: medium, Washed: Fine mer- ino, X to XX pur Ib. 14 7 15c. medium 16 !7c. del.iine fleece. IS ilTc: combing, 187; quarter blood ami low, com- i fcly with instructions to mon conrtc. 15 .-IGc: tub-washed, choice. steaming toward Bluefields. presuma- insured. unit-i! !u Pvntli. oitJC, March In a heroic en- deavor to --afe his wife and family from d cath John Kr.rtz perished m the fire this moraine, which swept through a four story tenement on West Twenty fifth street Tony Ketlinm jumped from a window- and died at -he later. A number of other-- injured. tub-wjs'uuU, aver.ige. !Sc. March 13. 2 fed .uul March. 60'i .April. OIc. M.IV. Gl'f spot. March and April, 50c. bid. white western. mKtUUo. TV. Xo. ,jo7a Xr.iv YOKK. March 2 red store ami elevator. CO'-c. alloai. f. o. h.. GUj ungraded red.-T? (Ife: Xo. I norlh-rn tO'.c. LOBSTERS TOO SHORT. A Boston Dealer to Ite Fined Slu.OOO. BOSTON, March thousand short lobsters were dumped into Charles river, near the mcuth, Tues- day morning. They shipped from Canada, and were consigned to a local fish commission dealer here, al- thousrh their ultimate destination was New York. The law under whicb the seizure was made says that whoever sells or offers for sale, or has in his possession, lobsters under the statu- tory length, shall forfeit a fine of S5 for each lobster offered for sale or found in his possession. In the pres- ent instance this would make the Bos- ton agent liable to a fine of Sl-j.OOO. service, its officers expressing sym- pathy with those of the regular army. Thereupon the prime minister and his colleagues tendered their resignations, Senor Sagasta informing queen re- gent that he feared insistence upon the punishment of offenders would result in a mutiny of the military officers in Madrid and the provinces, and might even endanger the monarchy. The im- pression produced upon the general public at seeing the government at the mercy of a few score of subalterns is most painfuL MADRID, March Martinez de Campos, captain general of Madrid, paid another visit to Queen Regent Christina Tuesday afternoon. Later it was stated that Premier Sagasta and his colleagues in the cabinet, who had tendered their resignations, would probably resume their ministerial func- tions. BAKCELOSA, March military court here has ordered that two direct- ors of local newspapers be arrested for protesting against the excesses of the subalterns in Madrid. Great excite- ment prevails and serious disturbances are threatened. MADRID, March Martinez de Campos, captain general of Madrid, summoned the officers of the garrison to him Monday evening and said to them: ''If there is any further rioting on the part of the officers of this gar- rison they will have to meet me as an opponent." Later he received a deputation of TO CALL PACES. Blettrle Button at Kawh Cengrrw inan'i WASIIIKOTOW. March item of legislation quite escaned atU-ution in the hustle and excitement incident to the closing scenes of congress. It ia tho provision appropriating to introduce an electrical call system in the house. Ever since congress has been in ex- istence the members have called the pages by lightly clapping their hands together. Members are always calling- the and this lig-ht clapping of hands goes on whether anybody is speaking or not, but the old system is generally most in evidence when a member is ad- Rain, SOOT I ONE CENT, TO THE BOTTOM. The Spanish Reina Regentt Wrecked Off Gibraltar. Vessel Found With a Few of Hast Above Water. Hot a tcrTell of Her Awfal or Foar llandred Pera Probably Went Down With la Many dressing the house. This will be done away with at the instance of Congress- man Cannon, of Illinois. When the Fifty-fourth congress meets every member will find a button on his desk, which will require only a slight pressure to insure the coming of a page. PLENTY OF IVORY. WASHINGTON, March to a report, submitted to the state de- partment by United States Consul Morris at Ghent, the sale of ivory at Antwerp, the principal market of the trade, during seven years amounted to pounds, valued at ?3.524.000. The sale last year 583.117 pounds, as against in 18'J3. The report says there is no reason to fear the exhaustion of the ivory supply, the ivory crop of cen- turies still in the hands of na- tives, who have hoarded it by hiding the tusks in river beds and under the soil. There are besides estimated to be about eighty thousand elephants living. JUDGE JACKSO-V MAT WASHINGTON, March is under- stood in the supreme court circle that Justice Uowell F. Jackson, who is now at his home in Tennessee, will resign I from the bench of the supreme court next fall, if his health does not permit him to resume active participation in the work of the court after its summer vacation. PARDONEIJ BY THE PRESIDENT. WASHINGTON. March presi- dent has pardoned lUue Duck, convict- ed of murder in Arkansas, and W. EL Faucett, sentenced to six months' im- prisonment in Arkansas for counter- feiting. TO HAWAII. WASHINGTON, March Cleveland has demanded the recall of Minister Thurston to Hawaii. It is claimed he talks too much to the re- That was the unconfirmed, but nevertheless correct, rumor in this city Tuesday night. WILL IT BE "POUT journalists, to whom he said: "If you WASHINGTON, March 20.--A lengthy make further attacks upon the army, and numerously signed petition, in- T- -A-. _ _ dorsad bv SRVor-nl mpmVipT-s; of Xo. I lexntor. afloat: un- Kitcil tin. Srl.LIAI TLLhCKAI'll TO THC RKrcm.lCi.il rci.-u Maicli steamship Alliance v.hicii was fired on by Hie Spanish RUJI boat, sail for Colon today. The rcpoitlliat she is lo carry Uic riflts and animtDiiiion wlicn she puts to sea is con- firmed by Uic agents of Uic line. It was claimed for the Columbian government. I'ort Arthur. CY TKLixsKArM TO Tim YOKOHAMA, March emperor will .shortly fcawe Hiroshima for Kioto. He will not return to Hiroshima. Prince comxndtt chief of the establish head- Port Arthur. sjvc Kr.idvd nmcd. 5J 2 xo -2 white. 37c: Xo. 2' Chicat-o. Xo Xo. while. mixed white state anj ivh.io western, jic. Tow-no, o.. March 19. AViiE 2 ml t and Slay. SM.-: July, r-Sc: August. rcc. Xo. -J'V r.fir. >5.5n March. 13. 1'1-rTsnrJWJH. JSan-h CATTi.r-Prim-. u.% jLfli 4 -l.io. jjcstm! to fair Yorker's pic- SHEEP -Export {4 00: StGO -I.SO. cooiJ. fair. common. 5ISO-2fO. lambs. ,6 OjJ; good iambs, J5 Wtib X. Y.. March it-cmlr. mediums. tW: ocat-jr. J4..XI roughs. SHCtr '..Asms-Market for Iambs: strong for Imaili? S3.30.i5 SO; sttt-p. t-W j-T.00 March U. quotations: No. spring wheat. Xo 3 sprinc win at. nominal: Xo. Sttxh No r-V" Xo. 3 Xo 2 oals No. 3 No. 2 barioy. .Vc. Marfh 19. iwtaKr change in market back up the ultimatum in the usual British-way, ami tlie Jlritish secretary for foreign aifair-5 is not likely to listen with good lo a request for an explanation of his acts assumes the rijjht of the United States to interfere, and which in effect threatens active inter- ference in of a f.iilure to moderate the terms of the ultiznatum. The Nicaragua affair is delicate by itself, but complicated with the Venezuela boundary d'sputc. in Ti-'uicii the United States has also dis- played a marked interest, it assumes greater importance. I The r.ttiuvie taken by the United PtaU'-. ic.Vroncc to the boundary di'-putc will umJoubtedly have a bear- ing the U-mpcr with which Great our representations Kcign of Terror in West Virginia. SPENCER, W. Va., March in February a mad dog which Tiad bit- ten many horses, cows, and hosrs in the vicinity of Richardson. Calhouu coun- tv, rti'-hed through here, biting every- thing- in its way. and escaping- to the interior. Although the stock known to have been bitten v.-ere killed, i" is reported that larjre numbers of infected I animals are now roatninsr through the mountains, creatinpr jrrcat havoc. But one man. James Roberts, of Burns Run, who lies in a precarious c .ndi- tion. is known to have been biiten. A rcijrn of terror exKtb in the vicinity of Miilersvillc and 15urns Uun, citizens beincr afraid to travel alouc. In accordance v.-ith the resolution -.1 by the i iucnt rcq ;e-l Great Krilain to sub- mit the disput" to arbitration. Am- bnssador U.nard immediately i after the adjournment of congress was j instructed by Secretary to arbitr.it ion. To (hat surest ion no satisfactory response has yet been received. On the contrary. Great IIHtain continues her course of in an even Diorc offensive manner than before. Father. KKATUJTG, I'a.. M-irch Os- wald, a farmer, aired forty-five years, of Oley, this county, was killed by his 'sixteen-year-old son came home and s'artcd to his wife, "-hen the son t interferred. The father tlu-n turned 1 his attention to the boy. U he latter 1 seized a heavy Mick and struck his 4 father across the forehead. The father died in ten minute.1-. which incites a renewal of the recent rioting-, you will undoubtedly be shot." Gen. Howe'fl Narrow Escape. COLUMBUS. O., March Gen. Jlovie narrowly escaped what would probably have been fatal injuries Mon- day night. After undressing- he let down a foldinjr bed and was about to retire when with a terrific crash the upper part of the bed. weighing- sev- eral hundred pounds, fell over, smash- ing the slats and sideboards into kin- dling-. Had the accident been delayed for a minute the state house would I have been at half inast Tuesday. The Itcmalns Identified. YotrxoSTOw.v. O March re- mains of the man found cut to pieces on the railroad have been identified as those, of Michael Filluia. a Hungarian, who attempted suicide by hanging- in i tlie police station Friday last. lie had j been arrested on complaint of his wife for crueltj-. After his unsuccessful at- tempt at self-destruction he was taken to tlie city hospital, from which place he was released Monday. In Dr-ip.-ur at Sixteen. CANTOX. O., March Eue- croit. of Spccrs. I'a., evidently at- tempted suicide with carbolic acid. Her mouth is horribly burned. >he says she tool: the acid by mistake, i but indicate that she ran away from roiic. has been led ami is nor. stranded and di.s- courajred. "r- v 1'i. dorsed by several members of the last house has been presented to Secretary Lament by Gen. Grosvenor, asking- thai the name of Columbus Barracks be changed from Barracks" to "Fort Hayes.'' in honor of the late ex-president of the United States. IXCOMI; TAX r.ui.E. TVAsnixn rojf, March follow- ing- instructions have been sent to col- lectors of internal revenue: "Corpora- tions are required to make income tax returns to the collector or a deputy collector of the district in which their principal office, from which all of their business is directed and where their books and records pertaining- to such business are kept, is> located. Uranch houses and subag-encies are. therefore, not required to make retrirns to col- lectors of that part of the business un- der their control." CADIZ, March Spanish cruiser Alfonso XII. has returned after a search for the missing cruiser Reina Repente and reports baring found the latter vessel sunk near Bajo Aceitanos, not far from the of Gibraltar. Only twenty inches of the Reina Eegente's masto were above water. The Alfonso XII, has returned to the scene of the wreck with a number of divers and diving appliances, in or- der to recover the bodies at thecrewol the sunken warship. The Reina Regente was reported missing on March 13. She had just conveyed from Cadiz to Tangier the re- turning- Moorish mission to Spain. The cruiser left Tangier on March M for Cadiz and her whereabouts has been definitely ascertained until Tues- day. Pieces of one of her boats and semaphore flags were reported to been picked up along the shore neat Ceuta and Tarifa, She carried a crew of 420 officers and men and all hands are believed to have perished. So soon as the reports of the disaster became currrent a number of Spanish and British warships put tO' sea in search of her. A French steamship on March 14 arrived at Gibraltar and reported having- seen a big- vessel, snp- posed to have been the Reina Reg-ente, ashore at Aceitunos bay (probably Bajo The commander of French craft added that he was unable ;to assist the warship on account ol heavy weather. The uncertainty as to the fate of Reina Regente caused great public ex- citement in Madrid, and the govern- ment was accused of keeping back [news of the ship, and of having-or- (dered the detention by the censors of iall telegrams giving- information about 'her. But, when a number of flags, a pass box, and other wreckage known to have belong-ed to the Reina Regeute. was washed ashore at Tarifa, she was given, up for lost. In Cadiz and Cartag-ena, where most of the 420 officers and men of the lost cruiser belonged, there has been great anxiety and excitement from the mo- Fment she was reported missing. The Reina Reg-ente about two years ag-o came to New York as one of the Spanish squadron which escorted acrosi the Atlantic the Columbus caravels. The Infanta Isabel, now reported to have sunk an American schooner off the coast of Cuba, and the Xueva Es- Pana, were the other ships of the Span- ish squadron. The' latter arrived at Fortress Monroe on April 21, 1893, the Reina Rejrente havinjr the caravel San- ta Maria in tow; the Pinto was in tow of the Infanta Isabel, and the Nina was towed by the Xueva Espana. AD three of these Spanish warships took a conspicuous part in the great Colum- bian naval parade in New York harbor on April 7 of the same year. Iron CaKf Ind.. March the criminal court Tuesday the indict- ment ajrainst Mark C. Davis, ex-su- preme treasurer of the Order of the Iron Hall, which has been standing- for three terms of court, was quashed and Davis' bond-men were released. It is also probable that the indictment re- turned against Justice Somerby at the samu time will soon be dismis-ed. Killed on Both SASTIAGO, Cuba, March are iu circulation of a prolonged fig-ht near Jiguani last Friday, in whicb many were killed on both sides. Dark- ness put an end to the fig-htf Both par- ties then retired. It is said the Span- ish government will leave 2.000 of their troops sent from Spain in Porto Rico, and bring- soldiers from Porto Rico to Santiago, as they are better acclimated. Many of the wounded Spanish, soldiers are in the hosuital here. i UM. ITT TrtLwsaArn TMJS N. Y., March The defensr the murderess, trUJ tnomiiif; motion to dismiss on technical were denied. The defense htn and the diMricl al- the arguments. U> i St. 3 IK.IAMJ TO THJ-. r.r Mo., March There s I-JT and sleet on iJie bat the weather io CONDENSED NEWS >l all thr Conntry hy 1'e 3 by Hanniial inc Lincoln's are Trr j-. as- ;it Amcv mak- a And she 5s rapidly bringing the dis- pute down a crisis when, if Vene- zuela cares to preserve her territory Intact, she will have to resort to for- Adm. fleet is distributed in aronnd Colon, not far from the Venezuelan It Sailed Tuesday from LajGnayra Santo will return on March C3. It isnotoi that coaling station for changed from Colon lo CarlhapcDa. which is twenty- four hours nearer lo Venezuelan terra- tory tljan Col'in. The nary deparlnscnt has informa- lion lhat I "ranee aHont to send a to VH for the of taking- the French to thai country. whr> wa iro-. al Association of facturvr.s. I'rotlirr and for Arson. .I.K. Iiui.. March _a- scarcely a factory y that was not ren- '-st harmonv pre- preliminary -'i-rer.s formed an owa a> the Nation- Io" Glass Manu- I'.ark to Africa. .SAVANNAH, Oa.. March steamship llorsa, with 202 Liberia emi- grants. 20 of whom were children and Chic: Cisco Tuc'day arrested Mr.s. Mat- tio Mu-phard. a vi ell-known and wealtliy lady of This citv and her brother, George on v.-arrarsi 7 infants, sailed from Savannah Tucs- charrrinir them v.-ii'i Ihev.ar- Mr. Robinson has held the position of day afternoon. Five thousand Negroes rant RTPW out of tnc unite cap notices gathered on the wharf and cheered the left with Coward lately-and thu superintendent for the last eleven years and has always borne a govd reputation. When he was searched marked bflls taken from three decoy letters were found upon him. Dfek four Team. ELI.5WOKTH, Kas., March Cocnty Treasurer Dick, charred with embezzling- from Ellsworth county, in the district court withdrew his plea of not and entered one of c-uilty. He was Mtnlcnceil to four years an the penitentiary 3n- .ludpe Eastland. burning the barn. I'.alw in t'liarrh. had.. March Huff ton Can't In Br.l5i.3N. Maren IVjlhant idfU Jii" ami men of the Berlin HV TO THK Mass., March troj- The riot Oak Store Co.. of JVr.iaji- al A in several Or. Piters the Centnl Krili'.h, pear fit Vt Tirol i fleet there .n paj ni'-nt Adm. t. March Jessie and Mrs. Janif-s oannod for dinner Tues- day, and bolli arc and it'll Uwtght ciin not rccoTcr, I mlf-r l of 1 7 1 i-rt1 j-iaffl way frow S: trial. on to tlic oity IJjr salut" If i.'. <-r :.ii'l It--IT ;he '1 to vessel as it passed down the river. I'almer to lloUt thr Mcnal- NAI-OI.EON, O., March WAKASJI. tions were completed Tuesday evening- is agitated over the by which the Henry County i day morning, of a born infant. George Russell, proprietor and editor, in the church. passed into the hands of liinier A. I'almer. sidcration, MI Men Tex.. March received here at noon that six men were killed and five serimusly wounded by a Ixiiler explosion at Hall's rni'l. thirU-three miles south of here. The shock the -.xas I out, Ihv j-cxion found the remain.s in the aisic. and at once portc'3 the case the The affair is enveloped in terv. -1 I'.J.ITI-TOV. Iri'3.. March tm- ;il! -he to NJ.W io -1 police in c-'.' ternoon s of ;jtivc Mrs-jon Tat'dayaf- all officials in the department i-rno have been indict- ed by the extnordinarT grand jury. ''V. st of town. Henry Miller   drilled in the largest well ever struck 173 Indiana is from t c pirns at the rate of 7' Virrols Ind.. M r' i.uctj'in w Coiitul Cnnco's Ucport. DKNVEP., Col- March Dr. Cuneo, Italian consul, has returned from AVal- where he made a full investi- g-avion of the rcc'.-st lynching of hia countryraen. who were charged with murder. lie says ex-cry assistance possible wa-> oiTcred him by the coun- ty authorities. He will not discus; the nature of report to the Italian ambassador, but, it i-> evident he be- it will prove entirely satisfac- tory. Grovcr Ancrr. MADSIS. March The Epoca an- nounces that the Spanish minister to the United States. Senor Muruaga, cabled to Senor Groisard, the of foreign affairs, saying that the ex- citement in the American press owing to the firing- on the steamer Allianca il abatinr- feenor according to the Kpnca. added that the resentment shown by the American shared by President Cleveland, ACCVSTA, Ga., March 20. Tweedy, one of the most prominent publicans 5n Geonr-a. died here. He was born in Ireland 64 years and came to Augnsta from Canada in ISM. He entered the war on trie side of UM confederacy, bat after the surrender joined the reconstruction movement, and was speaker of the Georgia legia- lat-nre during- GOT. ll tratioa. Cat. -ivas rnn'Ji: at lion in tr.e s.i_.. Ml7l- -.-.-at- 1 The V acccpit-d made Won't tin W it Jx.ni Ttnn.. March John alias John is vader nrrt--t charged with blowing- open and robMnr the safe of Alfred Boar- ,t iMisj-.) jcwclcr.on taking- S4.5QO worth of and jewelry, lie is held for roo-'i-.tion. havii-- refused to return to M" it. the milr.'.a are there v. i jthe g.-.r-.t till Ihrrr. r.r..iuif> rcina.ns not fact that st.ll the levee nt. takvu in Family rotoowd. March Henry i Cherry, wife and two sons, :.ia- j rr.ond. :o. and Henry, 3, were poisoned by tJrink'ras -.rater from a well thcJr homo. Cherry and his wife way die: the children will to an Indian M the pcrrxiinr.or of the   

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