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Bloomington Daily Leader (Newspaper) - April 27, 1891, Bloomington, Illinois N Barnum l advertiser. Hence a Success Bloomington daily Leader. A Barnum was an la advertiser. N hence Success so vol. . 55.bl.oomtn ton Illinois Mon Day evening april 27. 1891. Columbia the Only evening newspaper in the City receiving the full associated press report. 0 l u m b 1 a in Spring attire. The elegant clothing and gents furnishing Emporium Samuel Livingston amp sons is now in Spring attire and the Beautiful Spring garments for gentlemen swear Are to be seen in great variety and abundance. The Stock is All new and fresh from the fashion centres the East. The gentlemen this City were never offered such great opportunities to clothe themselves in the latest styles at such ridiculously Low prices As at present at the the buyer for this House did not forget the Young men and in the colossal Stock that is being shown by this House will be found an unlimited assortment suits for them. Among the most attractive Are electric Blue suits we have them in sack and frock bound and unbound Patch pockets and otherwise. Youman hats and also the latest Flat top hats in both Black and tobacco Brown. 3.1.4b v7vreat Street. Jil we have just received a new invoice the latest designs and patterns Euort Call and examine our goods and prices. Books statuary and the Best periodicals newspapers etc., published. K. Go Funk North main Street 18 now located at his and exhibits an immense Stock new dry goods and millinery. Special attention Given to dress goods and Silks we also announce to the ladies especially that we keep millinery the ground floor. We have the lightest and most convenient store in the City give prompt attention to customers and guarantee entire satisfaction. C. W. Klemm 107 North Side Square Howard Furnace greatest Heater the age. Furnaces and ranges. 011 26x spirt Fiertl Osaji for 3hcm.tfl-ny Quot Stover so oven 3fxctlclly. Clark Churchill amp co. The win Dom plan will probably be tried some More Bonds. With a Oie Oular from the Treasury. The redemption four and a half per cents. Discontinued a mint director Leech says Uncle Sam has #258,000,-000 to meet any liabilities and is not troubled Over a falling off in customs receipts a another railway discrimination Case decided capital City miscellany. Washington City april 27.�?Secretary Foster saturday after you issued a circular discontinuing the redemption 4 per cent Bonds. It reads Quot with a View to reserving the residue the 4 4 per cent loan for adjustment within the Asci year which begins the 1st Day july next Public notice is hereby Given that redemption the Bonds that loan will be discontinued for the present and that the circular oct. 9, 1890, under which such redemption have been made is hereby rescinded. Due Public notice will hereafter lie Given the action the department with respect to the said 4 4 per cent will adopt the w Londom Plai. Secretary Fosters plans deferring the redemption 4 4 per cent Bonds at the Date maturity sept. 1 meets with favor in financial circles Many Tho most prominent financiers and capitalists the country having indicated by letter and in per Sonal interviews with the Secretary their approval his scheme. This plan carries with it the redemption these Bonds at the pleasure the government after proper notice and until they Are thus called in they Are to draw 2 per cent interest after sept. 1. In other words Foster will adopt Windom a plan with the it percents in 1881. There Are 43,000,000 the 4 per cents outstanding. Mint director Leech the finances. Director the mint Leech has made Public a statement the financial Condi Tion the Treasury in which among other things he says that the amount Money in the Treasury the United states the first this month was Over 751,000.000, which 493,000,000 was Quot Trust Money a held for the redemption it Gold Silver and currency certificates and the balance 258,000,000 belonged to the Treasury a just As absolutely As any property which the government no cause for concern. That the Secretary should consider it Wise to convert All his assets into the most available Money and to this end convert the Large amount subsidiary Silver Coin into lawful Money and that he should draw in from the National Bank depositories Money which May be needed by to e government a seems eminently proper and should excite no concern a that the Only heavy expenditure chargeable to Tho last Congress which the Treasury is feeling now is the refund the direct tax and a that the receipts from customs Are falling off solely because the removal the duty sugar the Benefit which the people Are getting in Tho lower Price that sat Down the scheme. The inter state Commerce commission stops a discriminative Combine. Washington City april 27.�?the interstate Commerce commission has in at an opinion by commissioner Bragg decided the Case Jacob Shamberg against the Delaware Lackawanna and Western railway company and the new York Chicago and St. Louis railway company in favor the complainant. The Points involved were briefly As follows a firm cattle dealers in the City new York who procured their cattle a Large scale Horn Chicago and other Western Points for Domestic consumption As Well As for Export made an arrangement with two interstate rail carriers constituting a through line from Chicago to new York that the firm will under the name an express company their own creation furnish not less than 200 nor More than 400 improved live Stock curs for the transportation those cattle. Given Extin Ordinary facilities. For the rental these improved Stock cars the carriers this express company % a cent per mile whether loaded empty. Extraordinary facilities and rights Way Are Given these cars to enable them to make a Large mileage and they make More than twice the mileage Ordinary Stock cars. Besides this the carriers Puy 50 cents for the loading each the cars with cattle at the Union Stock Yards in Chicago for which no charge is made against the express company the firm represented by it. In addition to this the carriers this firm yardage at the rate s 4 cents per 190 pounds ail their cattle and upon All other cattle hauled for other firms in the cars this firm owning the express company to its Yard at new York. Nice thing for the Quot express Quot company. This yardage charge is thus paid to the firm by the carriers for keeping their cattle in the firms own Yards after delivery them to the firm and then this yardage charge is deducted from the Tariff rate charged by the Carrier. The amount these rebates to this firm in rates these cattle by these carriers More than pays the entire Cost the improved Stock cars within two years after operations Are commenced with them in Liuding the e lenses operation leaving the firm owning the cars and still operating them with All these advantages in rates and facilities. Decision the commission. The commission holds that this is an unlawful preference to the firm owning the improved Stock cars and a violation the interstate Commerce Law Aud that it is an unlawful and unjust prejudice to other cattle firms Aud dealers in new York who Are competitors in the business the firm owning the improved Stock cars. Died at the age 128 years. The adjoining states reports show that the condition crops is excellent Oats sowing Well advanced and blowing for Corn in Progress although somewhat retarded during the Early part the week by Rains. The census restricted by the . Washington City april 27.�?superintendent Porter the census office has written a letter to s. M. Mclallin the Topeka Kan advocate in reply to one from . Mclallin in which he criticised the census bureaus report recorded indebtedness. Or. Porter makes it Clear that the census Bureau by the terms the Law is restricted to inquiries to indebtedness a a farms and lands for Hennepin canal. Washington City april 27.�?difficulty has been experienced by the army Engineer officers in securing the title to property near the South end the projected Hennepin canal and a number the papers in the Case have been sent to the attorney general by the War department for an official settlement the questions involved. A Well authenticated cd a remarkable longevity. Washington City april 27.�?mrs. Us Sanua Nelson a coloured woman died in this City thursday night la Grippe at the advanced age 128 years. The age Titis remarkable woman seems to be fairly Well authenticated. Her ninth child is now Over 80 years age and still living in this City. Mrs. Nelson was born a slave near Fredericksburg a Aud Long before the War was released from hard labor account her age. She claimed to be 12 years old at the time the revolution. She Haa had sixteen children. The old lady enjoyed remarkably Good health up to week before last when a he was taken with la Gripps which developed into pneumonia and caused her death. The funeral took place yesterday. _ major Mckinley a it less. Washington City april 27 sex congressman Mckinley who was quite ill saturday night from an acute attack indigestion was much better last night and his physicians and friends look for Bis speedy recovery. Held Hack #5,000 from Michigan. Washington City april 27.�?Secretary Foster has withheld from the state Michigan 5,600 due account excess arms furnished Ald paid her 420,865, the remainder her share the direct tax. Nebeker takes the oath. Washington City april 27. A . Enos h. Nebeker took the oath office saturday evening As treasurer Tho United states. He appointed Jason h. Baker Indiana As his private Secretary. How the great von Moltke died. The sudden passing array that lie had often w shed for. Berlin april 27.�?count von Moltke a physicians speaking the dead general say that Gen. Von Moltke Rose earlier than usual Friday for the purpose seeing a relative off who was starting a journey. At noon lie drove to the upper House the prussian diet and remained three hours there. He subsequently walked to the staff Headquarters where he spent Twenty minutes in laying out the details some plans. Then he returned Home and after supper indulged in several games whist. Approach the grim terror. He appeared unwell Aud toward Tho end the last game suffered from an attack asthma. He greatly amused his partner during the Progress the games and succeeded in making a grand slam. His Niece then proposed that a Young artist who was with them play. The count sat in an easy chair and listened for some time. He became uneasy and retired to his room his Nephew following being somewhat alarmed. He asked his Uncle what was the matter. The count looked up and tried to speak hut immediately collapsed failing into the arms his Nephew. He suffered the death to had often wished for. In rep rations for the i Uncial. The county. Bray 1 y in it Tate yesterday after you and thousands All classes mingled with the throng which took a last look at his features Many them being in tears. In accordance with his 6wu expressed wish none his Many orders was placed the Bier the Only ornament being his wedding ring. The Kaiser desires the whole Berlin Garrison to take part in the funeral. As the route to the Lehrter station is too Short the coffin will be conveyed to the silesian station past the column Victory at the Brandenburg Gate. The route will be five Miles Long and lived with troops Aud veterans. The Kaiser will probably command in person. Bismarck has telegraphed his condolence but it is not known whether he will attend the funeral. Telegrams have been received from a major Ity the european sovereigns Aud princes. _ the Walla Walla diversion. Only one Man killed and he the one that was lynched. Walla Walla wash., april 27.�?the report that a number people were injured at the Lynching d. J. Hunt the Slayer private Miller Here Friday night Are without foundation. The latest particulars Are that Early in the evening the sheriff Learned that an attempt would be made to Lynch Hunt. He at once went to the Garrison and told the commanding officer what he feared. This officer promised to help the sheriff in every Way. In the meantime the sheriff in stoned to the court House and swore in extra guards. Dynamite was too much for them. All them had not arrived when a crowd seventy soldiers arrived at the jail. The soldiers commanded the jailers to open the doors. This was refused and the soldiers at once began to break in the doors. The work was rather slow and a threat was made to use dynamite. The guards then opened the doors and gave up the keys to the cells. The soldiers soon found Hunt and dragged him to the jail Yard where he was riddled with bullets. The soldiers then re turned to their Barracks. The president moves in the matter. San Francisco april 27.�?the presi Dent had a conference with Wirig. Gen Kuger yesterday afternoon in regard to the Lynching at Walla Walla Wash subsequently the president sent the Foi lowing Telegram to the Secretary War at Washington City Quot the affair at Wail Walla is very discreditable to array discipline. If there is reason to believe As there appears to be that the mob was composed soldiers you will order a court inquiry Aud a see that the responsibility for the disgrace is fixed and that the guilty Are brought to a prompt big with import. The Day that labor will show its strength. The president s mister Hurt. Cincinnati o., april 27.�?mrs. Beltie Eaton North Bend sister president Harrison was probably Fatu Ity injured yesterday afternoon by being thrown from her Carriage. Mrs. Eaton and her Niece miss Moore drove to Cleves about Twenty three Miles West this City to attend Church. While going Down a Steep Bill Between Cleves Aud North Bend the return the horse ran away and both ladies were thrown out mrs. Eaton striking her Bead. Miss Moore a shoulder was dislocated. There Are some Hopes for mrs. Eaton. The president was telegraphed the Accident. The Outlook for May 1 in Europe Good Outlook for the Farmer. Washington City april 2i.�?the signal office weather crop bulletin issued saturday night says the weather during the past week has been the most favourable the season throughout the fall and Spring wheat regions. Wheat seeding is about completed in South Dakota and Well advanced in North Dakota and reports state that crop Proa Ecta Pold no be better. In Illinois and Spain the country where the most trouble is anticipated a Domestic preparations Chicago i Awn to he in line contradictory views the probability a Coal miners strike More violence at Detroit car works men raise Cain general principles a socialists at work. London april 27.�?the apprehension trouble among the workingmen the continent increases As May Day draws nearer. Here in England where the trades unions Are led by men moderate views everything will pass off As quietly As an Ordinary Holiday. In some the Continental Industrial centers where the labor movement is controlled by men extreme socialistic views and where the conditions labor Are harder the Case is different. Many the extremists favor a general strike for an eight hour Day but the great mass the workingmen Are not prepared for the severe struggle which such a movement would entail. But it will not to the fault Tho Hothead if strikes Are not inaugurated in Many parts Europe within the next few Days. German workingmen divided in Germany As a general Rule the workingmen Are divided As to their course. They had resolved to observe the first sunday in May As May Day but this programme has been changed in defer ence to the wishes the workingmen in other parts Western Europe and May 1 will be celebrated in an orderly manner in Berlin and other leading cities and manufacturing centers. For various reasons there is Little danger a aggressive demonstration among the intelligent workmen the cities. But among the westphalian miners there is a different and dangerous spirit which the moderate socialists Are striving so far in vain to keep Down. The police and military Are guarding bochum and other Points in the mining District in great Force. Likely to lie trouble in Spain. Spain although not so Well provided with trades unions As the rest Europe is More Likely to have serious trouble than other Continental countries. Disorder is feared in Barcelona and other Industrial Reuters. The Barcelona labor agitator is Fant acquiring a reputation As the most dangerous his Type in Europe. What Spanish workmen most want is an increase wages rather than a shortening hours. The Barcelona Garrison has been largely reinforced within the past few Days Aud if there should be a rising it will be vigorously met. In France and Belgium. The French government has made thorough preparations to Deal with any disorder and is resolved not to make half Way work it. The Best assurances the Pence Paris Lyons and Lille and other labor centers is that the anarchists and socialists understand the Resolute attitude the government. The probability dangerous labor agitation in Brussels May 1 is somewhat lessened by the action Tho Central com Mittee the chamber deputies in adopting for recommendation a Radical Extension the franchise which amounts to household suffrage and tutus in nearly All the workmen who have Sot tied habitations. May Day preparations at Chicago. Chicago april 27.�?considerable activity is shown by the labor unions and meetings Are being held for the purpose strengthening the organizations preparatory to making demands for Shorter hours More Puy and in some instances for both. The american federation labor and the labor conventions Europe having named May 1 As the Day which from year to year the straggle for a reduction the hours labor shall be renewed the Chicago unions intend showing their strength by an immense Parade Friday. _ will paralyse the industries. The strike for Keg lit hours in contemplation by Coal miners. Columbus o., april 27.�?the executive Board the United mine workers is Ltd session Here considering the matter the demand made by the miners for an eight hour Day May l by arrangement the presidents local assembles in Illinois Indiana Ohio and Pennsylvania appeared before the Board Aud made reports As to Tho attitude and feeling the mixers they represent us to the matter. A Mut stupendous Lay off. The reports indicated firmness the part the miners for the eight hour Day even to a general strike to enforce it. If the reports continue As unanimously in favor the eight hour Day and a strike to secure it president Rae will Issue an Orilo. To this effect Early this week. The strike if it occurs will be stupendous stopping All Coal mining in the Eastern part Tho United states. If it should continue a week it is estimated that our whole Industrial system would be paralysed. _ another View the matter Pittsburg april 27.�?the agreement the Hocking Valley Ohio miners to work this year at the present rates and glue hours a Day will break the Back the eight hour movement the miners this year. It is expected that this settlement will compel the remaining miners to accept similar terms. All the officers the United mine workers association who represent ail Tho bituminous Coal mixers in the United states after a careful Survey the Field will Busy them sides now to secure a continuance work at present rates and with such hours As can be agreed upon without a strike. This conclusion was Only arrived at after a careful Survey the whole Field. Another strike at Detroit. Ter Day by the socialist Leader Jonas who urged persistence in the Effort to do away with Quot White he said the time was near at hand when labourers would throw the Yoke. In speaking the coming revolution be said a bloodshed is not necessary but should the Pinkerton the Bosses attack you Tho streets with guns you know what to socialism is rapidly growing in the Coke regions. San Francisco a Welcome. Tony Hart the comedian dying. New York april 27.�? relatives Tony Hart in this City have received news that the demented com Dian is slowly dying and they have almost hand one Hope that be will live during the coming summer. He is still confined in the Mas a Chusett so a a insane Asylum at Worcester. Many ago he lost the use his lower limbs and added to that he is now speech Ess. He does not seem to recognise visitors a Man with bloody hands. New York april 27.�?the clerk the Glenmore hotel near the East River he Tel says that a Man with bloody hands applied for a room there thursday night about an hour after the murder Carrie Brown. He resembled the description the murders r. He bad no Money and was turned away. Michigan car works employees take a wild Day off. Detroit,mich., april 27.�?saturday afternoon 2,500 employees the Michigan car works struck without notice apparently incited thereto by the Street car strike. The first thing after walking out they smashed nearly every window in the building Aud then proceeded to raise Cain elsewhere. Proceeding to the works the Detroit Iron and steel company they culled the men there to strike but were driven out the building by the private police the company. Gome More windows smashed. A Shower Brick and stones shortly after crashed through the windows the molding department the works injuring one the men in charge Aud driving the others away temporarily. Two patrol wagons arrived at this juncture and the strikers dispersed. The officers insist that the trouble is Only the result the frisk in Ess some the younger men who wanted a half Holiday and that All hands will resume work. Some the men however declare that this is but the prelude to a big strike involving ail the departments the Michigan car works and possibly some the other Large establishments in this neighbourhood. The Occidental Metropolis warmly greets president Harrison. San Francisco april 27.�?president Harrison was welcomed to san Francisco sat urday night by a great display enthusiasm. The presidential train arrived at Oakland about 7 clock and the party was met by a reception committee citizens general Kuger and staff the regular army and general Dinion and staff the state troops an i escorted to the Large ferry Steamer Piedmont. The presi Dent occupied a position Tho upper deck where he obtained a full View the magnificent display made in his Honor. The City brilliantly illuminated. The Piedmont did not Cross to san Francisco at once but steamed around the Bay slowly to enable the president to witness the Brilliant illuminations Tho Bay and the Hills in Tho City. The Piedmont arrived at Tho foot Market Street at 8 clock and the crowd which had collected there was it great one. Upon Landing the president was welcomed by maj. Sanderson and the party at once entered carriages and went to mechanics Pavilion. The illuminations along Tho water front near the ferry Landing and in fact nil along the line March were the most Brilliant Ever seen in this City. A thunderous greeting. As the Piedmont steamed around the Bay the Cruiser Charleston Aud the fortifications at Alcatraz thundered Forth a Welcome that Shook the City. All the vessels in the Harbor were elaborately trimmed with Bunting. When the Landing was made a mighty shout from the assembled thousands West up and Tho route to the Pavilion was packed wit people who kept up one continuous ova Tion swelling cheers. Everywhere along the line a a Welcome and similar legends appeared while the buildings were Brilliant with the National colors. Reception at tie Pavilion. At the Pavilion in this City the president was received by governor Markham mayor Sanders senator Stanford Aud others. Tho crowd was very Large thousands people pressing in. Alter the presidential party. While Tho people were gathering Gen. Hurr Sou held an informal reception the Small stage. After the president had entered the stand Tho military formed in Long lines Between which a steady Stream people passed for Over a hour. As they passed the president the Meu raised their hats. The chief executive responded by bowing Anil waving his hand. Tho president made no speech but it was 11 clock before he could get away to the Palace hotel and retire for the night. Another quiet Hulitay. The president spent a quiet sunday in san Francisco. In company with mayor Sanderson and sex congressman Morrow he attended tie first presbyterian Church. Mrs. Harrison mrs. Mckee and mrs. Limmick went to another Church. In the afternoon postmaster general Wanamaker addressed a great concourse sunday school children at Tho Calvary presbyterian Church Aud later he talked to Early 4,000 men at a meeting held under the auspices Tho Young menus Christian association at Tho Republican wigwam. Mysterious Case poisoning. The widow a Rhode i Laud millionaire the victim a dastardly crime. Denver colo., april 27.�? All the dastardly crimes perpetrated in the West probably the worst came to Light Friday night. A Short time ago mrs. Jereth Mel b. Barnaby the widow Tho late millionaire merchant Providence r. I., and who had also enormous emporiums in Boston and Kansas City came West to visit mrs. Edward Worrell this pity. Drank a deadly dose. A few Days after Slio arrived hero a Small package postmarked Boston mass was received by tier Winch when opened was found to contain a Small bottle whisky with a card bearing the words Quot Fine old whisky from your Friend in the mrs. Barnaby laughed a great Deal Over the matter and thought no More it until april 13th, when feeling fatigued she thought she would like some the whisky. She Aud mrs. Worrell took a Small drink each. Soon afterwards they were both taken very ill. The whisky full arsenic. Doctors were called but could do nothing to relieve mrs. Barnaby although the other lady recovered in a Day so. Mrs. Barnaby kept sinking until april 19, when she died in great agony. Tho whisky was Analysed and found to contain arsenic in Large quantities. The remains mrs. Baruah was seut East Friday night. The facts have been kept quiet because the friends thought it would facilitate the discovery the poisoner. Not whisky after ail the poisonous liquid which caused the death mrs. Barnaby has been found to to simply water coloured wit i some organic matter and containing two grains arsenic to the ounce it instead whisky As was at first supposed. Abbreviated telegrams. Socialists la Tea Coke big Lou Scottdale a april 27.�?tba strikers in this Section wag odder read Here Yea Price three cents. Sara in a temper. The Bern Wardt Breaks Loose behind the scenes. A wild time at san Francisco. The first National Bank Furma Dinn fla., capital 5 j,000, has been authorized to begin business. Or. Arul mrs. Francis Corey Chicago saturday night celebrated the sixtieth Audi Ersary their marriage. Or. Carey is 87 years old. At n roman Catholic Church fair at Mansfield ph., twelve Miles from Pittsburg con Shea won a Goat by proving himself the Best clog dancer. The people Richmond va., turned out in great numbers sunday and attended a memorial service to Tho Lute sex Confederate general Joseph e. To Huston. Mrs. Sarau Huntley 70 years old was arrested at Chicago saturday for a hop lilting. She was detected stealing a doll Aud other stolen property was found her person. John b. Werner Allentown pa., and r. M. Ludlow St. Louis students at the episcopal general theological Seminary new York have joined the roman Catholic Church. United states senator Ragan Texas has resigned to accept the position chairman the Texas Board railway commissioners. Horace Chilton has been appointed senator in reganus place. Talmadge a new Tabernacle in Brooklyn n. Y., was opened sunday with three services at each which it was packed with people. The edifice has Cost so far 410,000 Aud will require 41,000 More to finish. A quarrel Between two boys from different villages in Naug Tuting China Lod to a Battle Brideen the rival villages in which swords Spears Aud Firu ams the weapons. Many were killed Aud the town burning tip. , minn., april 27.�?a Tribune special from St. Charles minn., says the whole town is burning up. High winds Are blowing and there is practically no water Supply. A dozen business houses Are already destroyed and the fit is spreading. Low at 7 a. In. La 130,00 1 the town has about 2,300 inhabitant. The celebrated actress goes for the scalps stage employees who thumped her turkish servant the air behind the curtain trembles w it h French indignation forcibly expressed. While the audience Waits and wonders a Day san Francisco april 27.�?Sarah Bernhardt did a Star piece acting saturday night but. It was behind the scenes and Only professionals witnessed it. She had just come off the stage after the great third act in a la tos Ca a when her turkish servant Angelo rushed a to her with one Eye Blacker than usual and blood streaming from a Cut the forehead. He had been roughly handled by several grand opera House scene shifters because he persisted in coming upon the state against orders manager Bouvier. The scene shifters promptly knocked him out when he became insolent. The Turk went a How Long for Sara. Bernhardt was in her dressing room when she heard her favorite servants Call for Aid. She descended upon the mar scene shifters like a living fury and poured Forth a storm French expletives that would have withered them Hail they understood the gallic Tongue. As it was the Only thing they caught was her demand for a revolver and As she looked As she does when fingering the Dagger before killing Escarpita they All fell Back in fright. Then the members the company rushed to Sarah a assistance and ranged themselves beside her Tho stage. Meant every word it. The scene shifters also assembled in All their strength and for three quarters an hour there was just As pret t y a Row at Tho opera House As Ever occurred at a Donnybrook fair. More French was hurled and More a Star fat patois was heard than the flies Ever listened to before. Meanwhile the audience was wailing and wondering Why the performance did not Goon. Sarah refused to continue unless every Man Jack the scene shifters was relegated to the deepest pits oblivion and tied there. A Tje Lour arrive Heramis Lee vex Quot she cried and she meant it. scare Lle Rinhardt. The scene shifters threatened to drop half a ton scenery which was Hung up in the flies upon the great frenchwoman unless Sho subsided but she refused to subside and dared them to do their worst. Finally after several minor engagements in the rear Tho stage during which Tho Only casualties were a number Black eyes Aud a loss French blood the diva was calmed sufficiently to continue the performance. Ticket Speculator get left. She insisted however Tomt the men who had beaten Angelo should to re moved and they were taken away by n special policeman. After the performance Sarah demanded police Protection and accompanied by two officers she and Angelo and one the company retired to Timeir hotel in a Carriage. She passed out through n big crowd but there was to demonstration. Her Wrath May have been sharpened by the fact that site played to a half House at the sat urdu matinee and saturday night. Ticket Speculator bought scats by Tho score but had them left their hands. Bracing herself fur emergencies. For several Days the people at the hotel say her sunny temper has Boen slightly clouded. Yesterday be remained secluded at her hotel and numerous orders for Champagne bore silent testimony a the Burden she is trying to Bear up Pudei. She says she is afraid to go out for fear being mobbed by the free american scene shifters. Serious wreck in Indiana. I beg impressive ceremonies in new York state. The beginning the great work. The sex state Secretary and five other Luilly wounded. Indianapolis april 27.�?the fast express the Indianapolis and St. Louis division the big four Railroad was derailed four Miles West the City at 3 15 yesterday morning and six persons were seriously injured. The train was making up lost time and running at the rate fifty Miles an hour. In turning a Shar curve a Down Grade a rail Broko us Ier the smoker Aud it left the track carrying the two coaches with it Tho Wagner car turning completely Over and the car immediately in front leaving its truck. The cars were drawn a distance a Hundred Yards Aud when they finally stopped six persons the Only occupants Tho Wagner car were taken from the wreck More less injured. List the mangled passenger. The list injured is As follows capt. W. R. Meyers sex Secretary Indiana High jaw crushed body badly bruised and internally injured e. Mcmillan Columbus o., High hip broken right shoulder dislocated and also Hurt internally thus Magill Chicago right ear torn nearly off badly bruised about legs and arms Frank Beery upper Sandusky o., hand torn ankle sprained and spine injured lot Lis a Lobenthal upper Sandusky Cut about head and injured in the Back Albert Ogle Muncie ind., shoulder badly bruised Aud knee Cap torn off. Capt. Meyer injuries very Sevy re. The injured were brought to St. Via cent s Hospital in this City and their injuries attended to. Capt. Meyers suffered intensely As he was bruised from head to foot and his Teeth had to be extracted before Bis jaw could be set. While not e Are thought to be fatally injured Meyers wounds Are so serious As to excite the gravest apprehensions his for leads. After Many unfaithfulness tie first Spade fall Earth is removed for the Monument american greatest my Liary Heio general Grant. The base Ball review. Two league club capture every Gam the Al re to week saturday score. Chicago april 27.�?two the league base Bali clubs quit top the Heap last week with a record every game won Boston and Cleveland. Chicago and Philadelphia had to be co tent with 75 per cent winnings. Brooklyn Aud Pittsburg do better than 25 per cent., w Ile new York and Cincinnati exhibited a Nice Large Goose egg for their weeks work. League scores saturday at Pittsburgh Chicago 8, Pittsburg 7 at new York Boston 5, new York 2 at Philadelphia Philadelphia 3, Brooklyn 1 at Cincinnati Cleveland 32, Cincinnati 7. A Letlon and Western record. Saturdays association scores were at Washington City athletic 12, Washington 11 at Bostons Baltimore 4, Horton 2 at Columbus Columbus 9, St. Louis 3 at Cincinnati i Louisville ii Cin Lunati 9. Sunday at Columbus 5, St. Louis 7 at Cincinnati a Cincinnati 6, Louisville 13. Western at Lincoln a St. Paul 3, Lincoln a at Kansas City Kansas City 10, Minneapolis 1 at Omaha Omaha 9, Sioux City 5 at Denver Milwaukee 5, Denver 0. Sunday. At Kansas City Minneapolis 13, Kansas City 19 St Denver Milwaukee 8, Denver 27 at Lincoln St. Paul 6, Lincoln 2 at Omaha Stool City 8, Omaha k new York april 27.�?with appropriate ceremonies be ground was today by it Ken for a Monument to be raised at the Grint Tomb at Riverside Park. Members the grand army and other societies participated and the warship Yantis anchored near by in the Hudson fired a Salute Twenty one guns. The ceremonies consisted singing by a chorus three Hundred children music by the Marine band and addresses. General Horace Porter orator the Day delivered an eloquent address. Commander Freeman who turned the first Spade full Sod said we gather today not simply As hundreds thousands living and dead whom he led to Victory but As men who wore the Gray As Well As the men were now in the pc sense the almighty Ood and these witnesses As representatives the grand army the Republic break the soda preparatory in laying the foundation for monuments which will stand As a slight expression the love this nation has for its great chieftain end shall Tell All worlds that the United states Amerta does not forget her heroin dead. At the close his remarks commander Freeman broke the ground. This ended the ceremonies. Program for the week. Important Bill to be called up and acted upon try Roth houses. Sub infield iii., april 27.�?it is sex be Otto that it finite action will be taken this week a number important sub jets legislation. According to the terms the in striations the House committee worlds fair the sub committee to which were referred All Bills upon that subject must make a report tuesday this week. This report will be in the shape a Bill which will name the Board which to to have control the Illinois exhibit the state Board agriculture a special boards and will fix the amount appropriation. It is Oono eded that the subcommittee will recommend an appropriation f1,000,000, but it is thought that its Reo commendations will be Adverse to the state Board agriculture and in favor the appointment a special commission to Taka charge the Illinois exhibit. It is by no Means so certain however that the Reeoma mend Tiona for a special Board will prevail in the House tuesday the report the e pedal committee the Chicago live Stock exo Bangs Oomes up As a special order in the Hooks. There is no doubt the report will be approved and it is probable that the Bill which is designed to regulate the Ohl ago Exchange will be read a first time and dated to a second Reading. A compulsory education Bill will Home up for third Reading and passage some time this week As it is Well up the Calendar. With a full attendance the House the Bill Bas seventy nine eighty friends but seventy seven affirmative votes Are necessary for its passage. The republicans still have Hopes the Bill will be Defeated through tha failure its Frienda to be present that Oriti Oal Day. Thursday the ballot Reform Bill Oomes up in the Bouse in the order third Reading. It is conceded Bill will be passed Bat not by any Means with the unanimity that was hoped at the beginning the a Etalon As the republicans Are dissatisfied with tha provision requiring the burning ballots immediately after the count is completed in the pre Minots and Many them will vote against the Bill. The cashier has gone. An Alabama Hank closed and its supposed deposits missing. Montgomery City april 27.�?tha Farmers and traders Bank has Oloyed owing to the uncertainty a to its condition. Capt. Covington the cashier has disappeared and the people Are at a lots to know whither he is respond Ila for Tho mysterious shortage f9,300 in the Bank Sao counts whether the loss Monsy so preyed upon him that it his mind. The Money is to Cugat to have been taken by burglar is who entered the Bank in the absence the Casbier. Taluk it a a murder. u. I., april 27.�?henry b. Winship the financial head Barnaby St co., in speaking mra. Barnaby a death in Denver said Quot there waa murder. In my judgment a motive gain inspired it. The crime Laye Between people whom i would count the fingers my band. Is will spend every Dollar in our bands to punish the dastardly perpetrator that lorm in Kentucky. Buda ky., april 27.�?a terrific storm passed Over this Vicinity sturday night doing great damage. The dwelling Matthew Powers seven Miles from Here was demolished and two Alldren fatally injured. The Laist daily markets. Chicago april j7. I is p. M. Closed wheat Market Iris l.0�h May july i two put a knt Market Ste. By Cash i6>4 May 644 july a i a Market term Cash May Soh july 4sq. In Okky Market it Cash 1 2 60 july 12.47. Lard Market steady. Cali 6 67 a july s 91% Hho lir Hihn Marker steady Cash May july 6 my. Kyke to 81. Bari.kay 78. Flax quiet 1.is. Timotey�?1.161,28. . Chicago april 7 13,000, slow week loser. Hogs Uerey 2s.00o lower Koub Aud common 4 it it so packing t 78 4.00 prime heavy and butchers weights 4.008. Lunt 4 is 44.90 8hrkp�?receipts 10,000 higher. Western buwfts.10 Laabs �.io7 to. New Yoke. April 87. We Kate Market weak lower May 1.160 Psi july 1 18441-17. Corny Marset weak >,sc8j. Oath Market weak Western t�0ti. Fork Market Arm new 13 781440. Lard Market weak 6.06, Buttura Market Brm Western 1427. Egg go Market steady Western 18. Petaja. Aasu 97. Corny Market Tower 3, a a 8 s6. Oath Market lower 3 White to White 54621. Iwo. By Market scarce. Milwaukee april it we Kate Market higher 3 Spring sub 1.0 1.1�?~h. Corny Market lower 8 flt. Oats Market lower 9 white81. Cash lot �2 a a a a i�9hi

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