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THE MORNING OBEGONlANs ajgURSDAY, APBIL 4, 1901.
RANCO - ITALIAN : FETtS
2IUCH IS EXPECTED FROM THE
Russia. Shows He? Disapproval toy
0r3erlns: Her' "WarSBlS
Prom tKe Port.
PARIS, April 2. The Franco-Italian
fetes at Tonion next -week ex now-.the
chief topic of Interest here. Spectacular
ly the festivities will be very brilliant,
while It Is generally co.ncede.d that the oc
casion -will rank as one of the most Im
portant historic events since the Franco
Russian demonstration at the same port.
"France Is not seeking an alliance with
Italy," said a French diplomat, who is
In close touch with the official ,rel.tions
of the two countrels. ""The Franco-Italian
demonstration at Toulon does not imply
that at all. "We have no reason to expect
that Italy will detach herself from the
triple alliance. On the contrary, we have
every reason to expect that she will
'xenew her adhesion. ,
"The great significance of the coming
event lies In the fact that it Indicates
the Irritation felt by Italy toward France,
which was .aroused by the French occur
patlon of Tunis and which, Rankling; In
the minds of Italian statesmen, has done
so much to Injure our mutual xelatlpns,
Is now entirely removed, giving place to
a desire of a better understanding be
tween France and Italy. We shall now be
"able to discuss the questions that are
pending between the two countries, nota
bly the political situation in "the Mediter
ranean, with a better disposition on both
ddes and a brighter prospect of a satis
factory understanding! The commercial
convention concluded last y-eaiL-wass an"
Important factor in bringing about this
feejlng between the peoples themselves.
.A great improvement in our mutual trade
lhas resulted from that convention. Silk
firms in Lyons and other manufactures.
In the southeastern districts of France
have established, branches, and now main
tain close business relations with Milan
and other towns in ff orthern Italy. Corn-
merclal houses, in these latter cities hayef
maae similar extensions to xiyons aim
other .French trade genters. , 4 r ,
"Thus' concludes the diplomat, ''while
the meeting of M. -Loubet and thq?Dilfce.
of Genoa, together with the Franco-Italian
.naval 'demonstration, must not "be
taken as a prelude to the withdrawal of
Italy from the triple alliance, ye't It may
herald a noteworthy modification of the
International situation. "We do not "wish
for a written convention with Italy. We
believe he re-establishrnent of thoroughly
cystematlc relations between the two peo
ples will prove of greater worth than any
Russia Shows Her Displeasure.
TOULON, April 3, There is much com
ment here at a strange and unexpected
order received by the Russian Admiral to
leave Toulon with his fleet, in order to
avoid meeting the Italian squadron here.
The Russian fleet arrived In these waters
to participate In the fetes attending Presl-
dent Loubet's visit.
. PARIS,. April 4. "The withdrawal of
the Russian squadron at Toulon," says
the Libre Parole, "is a brutal disavowal
of our government by an allied nation and
a condemnation of our policy toward
Italy. Moreover, It is a threatening warn
ing for the' Czar."
THREE TEMPLES BURNED.
Historic Buildings in Japan De
stroyed. VANCOUVER, P. a, April 2, Oriental
advices today recount the burning of the
celebrated Temple Hommongl, at Ikegaml,
the .night ,of March 3, The fire started in
the students dormitories, where 70 stu
dents were Teading late" iat night for a
pending examination. No supply iof water
was available, the buildings being situat
ed on a hill, and although about 1000 fire
men from Shlnagawa and the neighboring
districts hastened lo the scene, their exer
tions were of little, avail. Few of the
renowned places of Japan are more fa
miliar to foreigners than this flne and
"beautifully situated temple, standing in a
grove of noble trees, and commanding an
exquisite vista. It stood on the spot
where the, Buddhist Saint Uichiren died
in 12S2 Originally erected In the year
1275, It was re-erected after a conflagra
tion In the days of the Third Tokugawa
Shogun. Nothing now remains of the
imposing pile of edifices except the Sos
hido (founders') hall, the Shakado (Hall
of Shaka), the Hozo (treasure-house), the
Daldokorot (kitchen) and the Gojunoto
(drum tower). " Sparks from the burning
building were carried to the Temple
fMyokyo-In; which lies-at a distance of
about 120 yards, to the southeast, and it,
too, was destroyed. A few days" later the
famous Temple Seiken-Jl was destroyed
by fire at Okltsu.
Details of the terrible conflagration at
Baku are given as follows by the Japan
"Dispatches from BaTcu say that all
available hospitals are filled with suffer
ers from the fire, while the sheds on the
fair grounds are crowded with homeless
people. The flre broke out in the even
ing at meal time, and spread so rapidly
that many people were unable to escape
from their homes. Jt Is believed that the
conflagration was started by a discharged
employe, for the purpose of revenge, and
It is further reported that the oiaphtha
reservoir had been previously filled with
-water, -which, in overflowing, carried the
flaming fluid over the town, involving
scores of houses. Numbers of people
were seen attempting tb escape,, while
their bodies burned Ilk torches.' The
total number of victims Is not ascertain
able at present It is announced that 10
factories and five depots were burned
containing altogether '35,000,000 poods of
naphtha and naphtha refuse. It Is esti
mated that the losses" will exceed 6.O0O.O00
rubles. Nine charred ebrrjEefe have hpn
recovered. One' fiondrdff and sixty per- J
sons were injured, by burning, 41 of them
severely, and six have succumbed to their
injuries. Many victims are still under the
ruins, and the search Is proceeding. It
is not known how .many of the spectators'
perished, but 100 persons- are still missing.
While demolishing :a'rfembla in Pekln
some forelgfe soldi ers;tJn jorqer to facing
late tne worn, mew tip taejarge hall with
dynamite,, two coolies -and gome soldiers
being -killed and wounded Jby the explo
sion. Four foreigners were, found among
the debris "afterward. ? 7 ,..; !
Raids are reported front, he Neighbor, .
hood of Eao Tlmj, Jia.ie CJlnsese au
thorities have no powpr to present them.
Marshal Von Waldersee- is said to have-
issued orders to the forejgh garrison' In,
Pao Ting to assume the offensive. On
March 8 a collision took place near Pao
Ting between a body of German troops
and 400 Chinese regulars. Ofthe latter, 52
The North China Dally News announced
the deaths "by massacre of the following
missionaries hitherto unaccounted for:
Mr. and Mrs. Olsen and three children; J
Mr. ana Mrs. w. .Norren, Mr. and Mrs.
Anderson and two children: Rev. A. E.
Palm, Miss B. Ericson, Mr. and JSrs. Hell
berg, J. Walstedt Mr. and Mrs. Blng
roark and two children; Miss A. Gustaf
son", Mr. and Mrs. Lundberg and two
children, Miss Clara Hall, Rev. O. Fors
berg. Rev. X B. Lomberg. The dates' of
the massacres are not given.
The prosecution of D. M. Carman, the
American accused at Manila of aiding
the Insurgents, remains in statu quo,- eaytf
the Manila Tiiries, though the. case is be
ing gradually prepared for trial. It Js
learned that Mr. Carman was broughtbe
fore the secretary of the Military Gover
nor, hut beyond the fact that he was
questioned arid some of his explanations
were heard, nothing can be learned. From
another source it Is understood that the
cafe belonging to Teodor Carranzas,
which was brought from Pagsanjan ,by
lieutenant Vaughan recently, was found
when) opened to contain & pile of the most
incHmlhatfng "documents. . .
News from Corea says that the mint
buildings at Yong San were destroyed Jjy
Am XTornti C Tf e ttinHirht that thfi COH
J flagration was-incendiary trouble culmi
nating Ih a -strike- 01 -woritmen iwvju5
Situation in the Balkans.
ODESSA, April 4. It Is asserted here
that the Russian political agent in Bul
garia hag sent td St. Petersburg, a v,ery
pessimistic report regarding the situation
In the Balkans, declaring that the Bulga
rian Government Is quite Incapable, bf
coping effectively with thfe ajgitatlon of
the Macedonian committee, and that there
is constant danger of some untoward in
cident leading to a, conflagration. The
report emphasizes the ominous fact that
Turkey will listen Jo no" foreign interven
tion with regard -to Macedonia, because
any concession tot Macedonian territory
would lead tb a holy war.. It declares
that the only thing is for Russia Jo heliJ
Bulgaria to suppress the Macedonian
Yerlces Coming- Home.
UONDON,, April 3. Charles Yerkes has
completed the preliminariefe pf hig year's
work In connection with the Charing Cross
& Hams'tead underground railroad. He
sails from Southampton for New Ybrk
April 10. t ,
"I am not surprised, al Mayor Harrison's
re-election In Chicago." said Mr. Yerkes
tonight, "but I have givenUttle attention
to anything else than to my dAm affairs
since landing in England.,. .The, election
of Tom Johnson as 'Maf br of Cleveland
ought to result ih goo"d, but business and
not politics is interesting nie now."
' jTaMtcAove a-$ale Intpressibn.
., .BERLIN. Aurll ..3. The Lokal Anzeiger
rsays that the Conference betweeii the Inf-
ptflal CiraliceHorj count von .buiow, ana
Signer Zanar.delll the Italian Premier, at
"Verona, yesterday, wtiich was of consid
erable lengthy was intended to , remove
the false lmnresslon created bV insinua
tions in the French press regarding the
.relatione between Italy and Germany.
The paper'interprets the meeting as prov
ing the -continuance of thorougnly rnena
ly relations between the two countries,
and says that the leave-taking bf the two
statesmen,, wag cordial.
Election! ih Denmark.
COPENHAGEN, April 4- The elections
to the Folkethlng have resulted in a
sweeping victory for the opposition and
an overwhelming defeat of the govern
ment Of the 110 constituencies from
which complete returns have been re
ceived, the opposition, composed of the
Ueftlsts and Tteformists, have carried "3,
aild the Moderate Leftists 15, the Social
Democrats 14, and the Rightists or the
An Income Tax Case.
LONDON, April 3. An Important ques
tion was raised today in the King's Bench
Court by a photographic company, which
objects to the tax commissioners levying
an income tax of 10.000 on an American
company In which a British subject holds
most bf the shares. The court granted a
mandamus calling on the commissioners
to show cause why they should not be
prohibited from assessing the tax
Race "War at Smyrna.
, LONDON", April 4. The Morning Leader
publishes the following dispatch from Vi
enna: , ,
"At Smyrna, on the strength of rumors
that the Jews hajl murdered a Greek lad
for ritual purposes, 10,000 infuriated
Greeks stormed the ghetto. Turkish
troops charged the mob with bayonets,
one person being killed and 14 others
jl yri v ilv
Ignorance of the Kaiser.
BERLIN, April 3. The German press Is
still .busy discussing the recent speeches
of. Emperor William. The Westphalian
Mercury and the Cologne Volks Zeltung
assert that the. Kaiser Is greatly mistaken
If h& thinks his trips through the coun
try enable him to know the real opinion
of the German people concerning him.
A-n" Engagement In Natal.
NEWCASTLE, Natal, April 3 The
Boe"fs derailed and wrecked a train near
Mount Prospect Subsequently General
Campbell's column attacked them and
heavy fighting ensued, General Campbell
being at a disadvantage, owing tb the
mist on the hills. The result IS not
Boers Execute a Peace Envoy.
LONDON, April 4. The Bloemfontein
correspondent of the Morning Post asserts
that the Boers have tried for treason and
executed Mr. De, Kbck, thejpeace envoy
who took the message from General
Smith-Torrlen to Commandant - General
Louis Botha, February 12.
Cape Town Plagrne Report.
CAPE TOWN, April 3. Several plague
corpses have been found In the streets
and houses, indicating efforts to conceal
contact with the disease. The total num
ber of deathi froni the plague Is 107, in
cluding 22 Europeans. There have been
315 cases of the plague.
Famine and Typhus in Russia.
ODESSA, April 4. Famine and typhus
pre raging throughout the Government of
the Khersun and Bessarabia and portions
of. the Government of Kleff and Taurlda.
The mortality is 30 per bent of the en
A HIni From France.
.LISBON April 3. The Foreign Office
has" received a. note from tfie French Gov
ernment, "expressing in a friendly spirit
France's desire that Portugal should re
sume negotiations with her foreign bond
Rioting: in St. Petersburg;.
BERLIN, April 3. Unconfirmed rumors
are in circulation here that renewed
street riots have taken place In St. Peters
burg. ' Treaty of Peace With Spain.
MADRID, April, 4- Yesterday's Cabinet
vcbuncil approved the basis of a treaty
of peace and friendship between Spain
and the United tSates.
France Orders Submarine Boats.
P"ARIB.JinIl, 3. The Minister of Ma-
Lrlne lias ordered the construction of 20
additional submarine boats,
. , Tttefu.se to Declare Themselves.
CHICAGO, April 3. The Tribune says:
Proprietors of bucket-shops are slow In
calling at the office of the Collector of In
ternal Revenue and signing the declara
tion which classifies them as "brokers,
class" 2," and Internal Revenue Com
missioner Yerkes la expected to take some
drastic aption to enforce the new law.
The officials of the Board of Trade be
lieve the operation of the new law will
put the bucket-shops out of business. So
far only one bucket-shop In Chicago has
declared Itself. Two, however, closed their
trades after the New York Stock Ex
change adjourned on Monday and went out
Brutus TVill Be Overhauled.
WASHINGTON,, April 3. The, Naval
Board of Construction today mdde plans
for bringing home the Brutus, which has
been a station ship at Guam, and her
overhauling for use hereafter as a naval
To Enjoin Use of "Water.
TOPEKA, April 3. Attorney-General A.
A. Goddard 1s preparing to bring suit
against the State of Colorado to enjoin
the use of water of the Arkansas River
for Irrigating purposes.
NEW CHICAGO COUNCIL
REPUBLICANS WILL HAVE A PLU
RALITY OF TEN;
Carter Harrison Receives Congratu-
lrftlonsEIectibn Results' In
CHICAGO, April 3. The new Chicago
Council, which probably will he called
upon to" decide the question of the exten
sion of the street railway franchises and
$ther jJQbiic' grants wo'ff h mafly Jriilllons;
Is Republican by a majority of 10 votes.
As a fesqit of yesterdays ejection" the
Council fHll be m'atie.up of 3$ Republi
cans, 29 -democrats, two independent Re
- publicans, and two IndetJerident Demo
crats. This" makes & total of it, or Jwd
more than provided for by law, he tangle
being caused b"y tne recent ward reals;
tricilng. and the consequent shifting of
two hold-over Aldermen in the Second Una
Twenty-first Wards'. The new Council
and the courts will be called upon to de
cide the, problem. . i
According to leaders of bfath parties, the
Council probably irtll Be organized on
nonpartisan lilies'. This will be la acbdrdi
ance with th,e policy, of, Mdydf Harrisons
and of the Municipal ySters' Ledgue, a
honpaHisan organization, "which, hiis been
prominent in recent .local campaigns.
qkrter JLHarrlson has, received. a,num;
DvET-rl (JF D'OlY CArtf E
LONDON, April 3 D'Oyly Carte, the theatrical manatrer and lmpressdrlo, died peace
fully this mornlnc at Tunbridga Wells He had fons suffered from weakness of IheheSrtj
which y,a& aggravated by the shock he sustained in tfie death of Sir Arthur Sullivan. Ho
was In a comatose state yesterday, but rallied before the end.
ber of congratulations from prominent
Democrats throughout the country,' who
wired him all sorts; of .good cheer. Tam
many leaders sent several messages, and
ono which came from Lincoln, Neb., bore
to him this message. , v
"Robert E. Burke, Chicago. Tender to
Carter H. Harrison my sincere congratu
lations. I hope the entire ticket is elected.
"W. J. BRYAN."
Mayor Van Wyck, of New York City,
sent a similar dispatch.
ST. LOUIS ELECTION'.
"Wells, for Mayor; Has a. Plurality
ST. LOUIS, April 3. Complete returns
show the election by a plurality of 8166
of Rolla Wells, the Democratic candi
date for Mayor. The remainder of the
Democratic ticket was1 also elected by
about the same pluralities, and that party
will control the House of Delegates. Ac
cording to the latest compilation of re
turns by the police, with one precinct
missing, the vote ort Mayor stands:
Wells . &CJ12
Fllley : 2,121
The returns indicate that the House of
Delegates will be made up as follows:
Thirteen Democrats, 12 Republicans and
three Public Ownership membbrs.
Yesterday's total vote was 110,420, about
10,000 below that feast at the National
election, in 1900. There were six tickets In
the field, and the Independent movement
drew votes from both the Democratic
and Republican parties. Compared with
the vote cast for Presidential candidates
in 1S00, yesterday's vote shows a loss of
fully 43 per cent for the Republicans and
29 per cent for the Democrats.
Returns show that M. M. Stephens,
Democrat, who ran for Mayor on the Cit
izens ticket, in East St. Louis, has been
elected by a majority of 1500. This is the
seventh time that Mr. Stephens has been
elected Mayor of East St. Louis.
.KANSAS CITY Kariv) April 3. William
H Craddock (Dem.), was elected Mayor
by a plurality of 1353 over B. L. Shoit
(Rep.). . TJils Is the Jflrst lime the Dem
ocrats have elected tlie head of the ticket
In Kansas City, Kan., since 18S6. The
Republicans elected City Clerk, Treasurer,
Attorney, one District Judge,' one County
Clerk,, one Constable and two' - Council
inen. The .Democrats elected, besides
Mayor, four Councilmen, one Judge,-one
Court ClerK, and one Constable. The prin
cipal Issue" vas corporation ownership.
Women cast over 5000 of the 13,400 'votes
TOPEKA, Kan., 'April 3 Colonel J. W.
F. Hughes, the Republican candidate for
Mayor, who was defeated yesterday by
W. AT Parker, Democrat, by 11 votes, an
nounced this evening that he would con
test the election. Colonel Hughes claims
"that frauds were perpetrated.
RACINE, Wis., April 3. Returns from
yesterday's election show that Michael
Hlgglns (Dem.), candidate for Maj or.
won by 485 majority over Klein (Rep )
Republicans elected six out of seven Al
dermen, and the rest of the city ticket
rby 800 majority. The hottest contest
was over Judge of the First Judicial Cir
cuit E. B. Belden won over J. B. Sim
mons by a majority of 2700.
LACROSSE, Wis"., April 3.-Joseph Dos
cher, XDem. defeated Samuel F. Hyde
(Rep.) for Mayor yesterday by a majority
of only 67 votes. Four members of the
city ticket were elected by the Republi
cans, awhile the Democrats secilred three
offices. The Council Is also Democratic.
In the Souihvrest.
KANSAS CITY, April 3 Specials to
the Star from Oklahoma and Indian Ter
ritory Indicate a lively Interest displayed
by elections yesterday. In Oklahoma
the Republicans elected their tickets at
Guthrie, Oklahoma City ahdortd Creek,
and the Democrats were successful at
Perry. IH thjj Indian Territory Repub
lican tickets wfe successful at Spulpa,
Tusla and Adair: "Denlocratld at Chicka
ha, and the result fit Wagener and Vinlta
was mixed. .
Republican Jaaybr'of Denver.
DENVER, Colo, April 3. Nearly , com
plete returns show that R. Rv. Wright
(Rep.) was elected .Mayor of thls city
yesterday by 1730 plurality ovijr E. T.
Wells (Dem.)r The remainder of the-Republican
ticket had. pluralities averaging
over 5000. Mayor Johnsoh, who ran for
re-election as an Independent Democrat,
pollea about ECfoO votes. The Board of
Supervisors Js solidly Republican, and the
Board of Aldermen consists bf ten Re
publicans" and six Democrats'.
; . - '
Republican Victory ai Evansviile.
EYANSVILLH Ind., April Zthe city
elections liere resulted In Na Republican
vlctbry. .Charles G. CoVert was elected
ijayor, The City Council will sl&nd .eight
Republicans and three "Dem8brat&. The
result la A cSfiipIete. reversal df thecity
government, jfoUtlcdliy.. By 4 recent
amendment Of the city charter these of
ficers will .serve for four f years.
FII& IN f h oil fields...
New We'll ai Beaumont, Tex., Be-
came ignited. '
BEAUMONT, April 3. A disastrous
fixe is in progress in tfie ofi fields. The
Wdpds well,, struck a heavy flow of gas
tonight arid ii caught flre from a torch
in the hands pf workmen. JThe flflme sho
Into the air high above the derrick, nd
continues to burn, "this well isl 1& feet
from the Hamill well, which developed
the same gas feature a few flays ago,
Water, mild and rock are shooting out. of
the pipe 60 feet high, and contact with the
flames made a cloud of steam.
Bull Fights at Buffalo Fair.
NEW YORK, April 3. H. H. McGarvie;
presiderit tit the Fati-Americdn Conces
sionaires' Association, has just returried
from Mexico. He said last night at the
Hotel Bartholdl that President Diaz is In
first-rate health, and that there will be
bull-fighting at the Pan-American Expo
sition, with the blood and cruelty left out.
He .said i
"The Mexican Government Is sending
up a fine exhibit to the Streets of Mexico;
one of the features of ,the exposition.
There will be representatives of all q
military organizations of the republic.
There willbe a squad of the most expert
bull-flghtefs and finest fighting bulls in
Mexico. Instead of running a bladelntp
the bull, at the point of the contest when
the animal usually la killed, the fighter
will place a rosette on his hide ph. the
spot where he would naturallyotrike the
bull. There will be a band from Tehuan
tepec and one from Yucatan. Linen
weavers and leather-fworkers will make
their wares on the grounds eveFy day."
Complaint of ithe Red Man.
ST. PAUL, Minn., April 3. Red Blan
ket, of Leech Lake, principal, chief of
the Chippewd tribe, accompanied by &
subbhief of the Mah Che Gah Bow (Man
Who Moves Standing) and an interpret!?
appeared before Governor Van Sant IB
protest against the manner in which the
Chlppewas are being " defrauded by the
timber-cutters on the reservation. Red
Blanket declared that whte and Half
breed lunibermen are now destroying the
reservation timber by assuming to, t act
under the provisions of the lav permit
ting certain perisons to cut the "dead and
down" timber. Moreover, the lumbermen
had cut large quantities of green timber.
Red Blanket also said that, although the
Indians have been allotted land In sev
eralty, many do not know where their
allotments are situated, and cannot find
Michigan Hospital Scandal.
IRON MOUNTAIN, Mich.. April 3. Mer
cy Hospital, better known here as the
Emergency Hospital, closed its doors to
day by order of Bishop ElS, and the niins
have been ordered to leave the diocese.
This is the result of an ecclesiastical
Scandal which oefcufred last January,
when Ellen Hogap, a novitiate Ih the
hospital, was arrested on an insanity
charge, preferred by the mother superior.
Miss Hogan was adjudged sane by the
Probate Court. The mother superior also
charged her with theft. A'fler being re
leased from custpdy by order df Judge
Bergeron, MIeS Hogan made severe
charges against the mother superior, one
of which was drunkenness An Investiga
tion by Bishop Els resulted In the order
to close the institution.
" Progress of Alve.tlstM.
BATTIE CREEK, Mich., April 3 The
biennial report of "Elder G. W. Irwin,
president of the Seventh Day Adventist
General Congress, -nhlch began here to
day, shows that during the two years the
increase in membership had been 12,504,
making the total membership for the
world 75,763. The tithes for the same pe
riod amounted to 41,005,951, an Increase
over the former two years of $205,5(41. Do
nations to carry on missionary work
amount to $151,000.
Thrown but of Court.
LANSING,, Mich., April 3. The case of
ex-Attorpey-General Maynard, who was
Ihdicatedby the grand jury of Ingham
County on a charge of falsifying pay-rolls
in his office, was thrown out of court by
Judge" Wels today, on the ground that the
statute provides as tovwhat shall be con
sidered public moneyr and also designates
the officers Thoshallrflcelve and disburse
the same. jUHe court? States that the in
dictments shouIdiiaVe -been brought for
fraud in order to ho
BIO STORM AT PITTSBURG
UXUStlATJSNOVif STOR3I cABSE'd LOSS
of Barter '6f milIjio.
Telegraph 3nd Telephone Companies
Suffered Moat-OlaIlraaa Traffic
. Was Dela cd.
, PITTSBURG, April 3, Pittsburg was to
day tb center of a snow storm, that be
gan early in the morning arid continued
with &reat force until afternoon, dblng
thousands of dollarsworth pf damage, and
rendered practically, useless for a time
every electric light wire In the city, sus
pended all street-car; travel, and in the
early hours isolated the City from the out
side world. A heavy rain fell before the
storm camp, and.AU reports from up river
points tell of riBlng streams, which may
brlhg about a flood here and below. The
lossefe cannot be fixed tdnlght, but con
servative estimates place the amount at
between $250,000 and $360,000. Telegraph
and telephone companies are the Heaviest
losers by reason of the fact that their
lines reach every part of the storm dis
trict. Early in the morning a heavy wet snow
began falling. It clung to everything it
touched, andj by 9 o'clock all the -nlres
In the city were coated nlth sno'w. The
trunk lines of the central district were
tho first to fall,, and most of the other
troubles that followed are attributed to
the failure of this service. On Ellsworth
avenue, t from Anderson avenue to Craig
street, the wreck is complete, every pole
being down. Five Consolidated cars "were
caught In this district tarid were held there
until after 3 o'clock tonight. Center
avenue from .Pennsylvania avenue to
Cral street, is in almost as bad co'ndition
as Ellsworth. Forbes 'avenue, from Craft
avenue to Craig street, and Graritstown
aVeriUe for a long distance are a mass of
poles and wireS. These streets were
blocked from 9 o'clock uritil 1:30 P. M.
Not a car moved edflfc df Brady street.
Travel was resumed on the Fifth avenue
at 1:30, the other branches following rap
Idly until all except the Ellsworth avenue
line were opdh by 5 P. M. The telephone
company hag a large force at work, and
will be ih operation within a day or two.
Tonight, however, "at least one half of
the telephones are out of communication.
The storm passed eastward, and all the
suburban towns In that district suf
fered. Wilkertsburg, Braddock, Home
stead, Duqiiesne and McKeesport all re
port business at a standstill for a por
tion of the day. Allegheny escaped with
comparatively little damage. A landslide
at the head of Federal street, which
brought tons of earth ta the street, cov
ering the ,oar tracks to a depth o five
feet, Tvap the worst that happened there.
Mount Washington and the other hilltops
, All railroad trains from the .east are
hpurs" late, haying , encountered in the
mountains snow to the depth of 12 to ll
inches, which was so wet and; clinging
hat snow plows could not clear the
tracks. For a tlrae it was feared that
there would be a ilookade on both the
Pennsylvania and Baltimore & Ohio Rail
roads', bdt tonight all trains are getting
thrbdgh, but not on Jchediile' time. The
Western Union and Postal Telegrapn
companies stlffered heavily.
, Gale on the Virfrlfiia coast.
, NORFOLK, Va., April 3J - The gale
which swept over this section last night
and this morning was the severest df the
Winter. The wind, In the city blew 4
miles an hour, arid at Capes Henry and
lla.ttera8 48 miles. The fainfp.ll was two
Inches. Mahir hoiisesjn the city Vere uni
roofed and trees blown down. Thq Rus
sian bruiser Varlritr. in HamDtdn Roads,
had a trying time, but outrode the storm.
A coal barge aldngslde the crulfeer foun.
flered and sank. Incoming steamers were
ate and the piSaefiger liner Terinessee,
from Baltimore, has not yet been reported
M4ny vessels Sought shelter in Hampton
, , Recalled His Veto.
LINCOLN, Neb., April 3 Governor,
Dietrich has decided to recall his veto of
the appropriation for the Supreme Court
Commission and the act creating nine
assistants for the Supreme Court Justices
for a term of two years will stand. The
Governor also, permits the appropriation
for Deputy State Librarian to remain, and
the doors df the library; which were
locked yesterday, were" opened today.
Wheat at Liverpool.
LIVERPOOL, April 3. Wheat-Quiet;
No, standard California, 6s 4d; wheat
in Paris dull. Flour in Pahs dull. French
qbtlntfy .markets, quiet and steady.
Wehthef irt Englknd flrie.
Gold for France.
NEW YORK, April 3. Lazard Frerfes
fidve Engaged $1,000,000 in gold bars at the
ass'ay office fpr shipment to Paris by to
" ' " '
Fargo Accepts Carnea-le's differ.
FARQON.D., April i The city Coun
cil has formally" accepted the offer of Mr.
Carnegie to donate $20,000 fdf a public
library , .n - ...-,.-.... -i
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Kearney, Neb , July 8, 1900.
Drs S. B. Hartman, Columbus; Ohio:
Dear Doctor " I desirs to expr2ss to you my slncsre'thanks. for
the interest you have shown in my case, and for the timely aid and
advice which has effected a cure of a3 bad a case of consumption
as could be well imag n;d.
Peruna arid Manalin have done what thirteen
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sumption, and spent thirteen weeks in a Pu'm3n,ary
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" I would have written you a long time ago, but have purposely
waited to see if the effect was lasting; and in conclusion i would
say, God b'ess you; arid keep you with us that you may go on with
your work of fneroy for many years to corns."-Mrs. M. A Close.
P. S. "l am g'6r to Visit friends in Wisconsin who never ex
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Paoific Street, Appleton, VVIs."
AN OLD COLD.
Is Caiarrb, and Cafnrrfi. Leadd 16
The tendency of catarrh of the head is
to pass downward tlfrbupn the bropchial
tubes to the lunga. Any one who has
fiad catarrh of the fiead for a year or
more finds the dfafc'ftHe gradually progress
ing downward. In some cases the prog
ress Is repld, and in other cases it is. alow:
but sooner or later,. if catarrh is allowed
lo run, it will go to the lungs and set
tip the disease known as consumption.
It is Soubtfiil If consumption to et-er
caused by anything except catarrh.
The catarrh usually begins as a cold in
the head of throat, and is neglected until
U becomes chronic; then It begins to
dawn oil the victim that he has catarrh.
Unless he is very foolish indeed he will
ting tii Stmn&xhs ondEals of
ness andRestConfalns ndttia'
Not Nahc otic;
Atrerfect Remedy f orCdnslipa
lion. Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea,
Worms .Convulsions .Fever jsa
ness andLoss OF Sleep.
Facsimile Signature ol
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPEBt
The- Bank, of Venice, the first estab- The opening of the Central tendon
lishm6nt of the kind in Europe, was ' railway has resulted in a loss to the Ds
foudded in 1171. It continued in existence j trict. Railway Company during the past
without interruption until the overthrow , six months of 1,337,5)0 paiengersand; 1700
of the republic in 1797 by the revolution- i season ticket-holders. This represents &
ary army of France. . 1 sum of 9f,5C0.
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hdt rest easy until the catarrh Is entirely
cured. Thousands pay no attention to it
until it Is too late.
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comes chronic, and hence catarrh is pre
vented. But after catarrh has become
thoroughly established Peruna will cure
It. 'but it will take mnch longer. Even In
caaes where catarrh has attacked ths
lungs and the symptoms of consumption
have shown themselves, the Peruna will
cure. A great many cases of genulno
consumption hav been cured with Pe
runa, after the patient had been given up
to die, lis in the case of Mrs. Close.
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory reaults from the use of Peruna,
write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a
full statement of your case, and he will
be pleased to give you his valuable ad
Address Dr. Hartman, President ot
The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O.
Tor Infants and Children.
Tt CtMTAUPI CaMPANY. NEW YORK C1TV.
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mJ For over
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