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BOHEMIA NUGGET I
Published KffiT TtUlmj.
COTTAGE GROVE OREGON
IE OF THE IEK
OompritlientlTe lltiTlew of tlie Import
ant IlnliE t r" WMk
Cullf.il Knmi ths Talecrh Columns.
Luzon rebels lost 333 killed in two
Oregon- wool growers are urged to de
mand 20 cents a pound for their pro
duct. Pennsylvnulnns believe that Quay's
deleat in tho senato winds up his polit
War tares have brought in n total of
;i83,405,392 to tho United States
The rumor of an Amoricati plot to
destroy the Wellnud canal has proven
to be unfounded. 1
Tho transport Bavarian has failed
from Capo Town for St. Helena with
1,050 Boer prisoners.
Rcinhold U arras, convicted nt Walla
Walla of stealing cattle, was sentenced
to four years in the penitentiary.
The prospect for the admission of
Arizona, New .Mexico and Oklahoma
88 states nt this session of congress is
Chineso emperor is said to be dying
by inches.. Some aver that slow pois
oning by the empress dowager is the
Hon. W II. King, representative
from Utah, successor to Brigham II.
Roberts, the polygamist, has been
a worn in.
The Tammany delegation (700 strong)
to the national convention nt Kansas
City, will have five special trains to
Casualties of the garrison at Mafeking
np to April 1 bad been 368 killed and
wounded. Thoy are now living on
bread made of oats.
Hush to Caio Nome has begun at
Tho Boor pence commission is coming
General Olivier is reported to be
President McKinloy rdgued the
Governor Plngree, of Michigan, lias
Four deputy fish commissioners are
watching tho Clackamas river.
It is now known that Captain Carter'
gigautio steal will reach $2,000,000.
Many thousands of people greeted
Admiral Dewey on his arrival at Chi
cago. Governor Taylor has' returned to.
ROOSEVELT IN 1004.
Nine Peoplo Woro Killed at
A CONDEMNED BRIDGE FELL
Nlnr Otlirr I'rr.mn Wfrn Serrly I"
ii.r,.irlr omdrtW Aro fciiwrnly
Crltlrl.rd by III l're.
Purls. Mav 1. An accident withl
iiYiirwitinii L-rouuds caused tho
death of nine imm-soiis and injured nine
A teiniKii-.n-Y bridte. unablo to wan
ctmiil tim Sundnv crowd, broke. Tho
I . i.iinu1ii1 frill
-o warrant was served on : , .,,, ,i.l
tures of tho legs. One woman nuu
child are still nnldeutillod.
Washington courts havo declared
$50,000 worth of Olymnia warrants to
Nine peoplo woro killed by tho fall
ing of a condemned bridge at the Paris
Roberts must havo aioro horses be
fore ho can advance. Loudon com plain:
of his slowness.
Uy a vote of 20 to 29 the senato re
fused to consider the resolution of syni'
pathy with tho Boers.
Charles lucersoll. ol lthica. N. Y.,
Prominent American capitalists of
Philadelphia and Richmond, nee en
deavoring to secure tho contract for a
$90,000,000 railroad line from St.
Petersburg to Odessa, in Itnssia.
The naval board of construction has
finally approved the plans for tho three
battle ships authorized by the last con
gress and given instructions to have the
specifications prepared at once prelim
inary to calling for bids from the ship
builders. The ships will be enlarged
Iowa s in type, with the samo rectangu
lar superstiucture and the two turrets,
bow and stern, on the main deck.
The state department at Washington
baa notified .Mrs. Rita L. Ruiz, widow
of Dr. Kicardo Ruiz, who was murdered
In prison at Cuanabacao, Cuba,
while a captive of the Spaniards, that
the chair on which he wrote his last
message in blood would be forwarded
to her. Tho message reads: ".Mer
cedes, mine, Evangeline, Ricardlito,
goodbye. My children of my life, I
give you my blessing. lie obedient to
your mother Goodbve, Rita of my
Plumbers of Chicago
have gone on a
Turkey's reply to the United States
Boer peace commissioners
has been a failure.
China is growing more and
apposed to the "open door."
Japan will take steps to stop
emigration of her coolies to
Captain Denning, on trial before
court martial at San Francisco, has
Frank L. Campbell has been nomin
ated to succeed Webster Davis, as as
sistant secretary of the interior.
"William A. Clurk, of Montana, will,
resign his seat in the United States
senate, having decided that it will bo
wiser to retire' gracefully.
Vote on the Quay case was taken in
the senate with the result that the
Pennsylvania!! senator was shut out by
-one vote. It stood 32 to 33.
Floods in the South grow worte.
Traffic in Louisiana and Mississippi is
paralyzed, nud tho crop and property
damago will amount into millions.
John Ilorton, a negro, his wife and
four children, woro drowned in the
backwators of Pearl river, near Jack
son, Miss,, while trying to escape from
an embezzling county treasurer.
arrested in San Francisco.
German officials at Washington think
that Secretary Root's speech on the
Monroe doctrine was aimed at their
Forest fires are raging furiously north
of Fish, Mich., and tho property dam
age will bo large. The town of Amei
has been wiped ont.
The Boer forces havo moved from
Thabanchu to a stronger position, and
General French has abandoned the
effort to, capture the burghers.
The American chamber of commerce
at Manila has entered a protest against
the excessive taxation exneted by the
military government under General
William F. Miller, manager of the
Franklin syndicate, who was recently
convicted of grand larceny, was sen
tenced in Brooklyn to 10 years' im
prisonment. Rev. William F. Crafts, 'superintend
ent of the National Refrom Bureau, in
a speech at New York, said that heath
en nations look upon Americans as
drunkards and that drink is a great
hindrance in mission work.
The first batallion of the Fourteenth
United States infantry, which has been
in quarantine, has landed at the reser
vation wharf at the Presidio, San Fran
cisco, after two years of continuous
fighting in the Philippines.
Three persons were drowned nt Port
Gamble, Waeh., by the capsizing of a
8a il boat.
Fire destroyed the building occupied
by the Atlas Brewing Company, of Chi
cago. Loss .$200,000.
At an Indian famine mass motting in
New York, $1,GG7 was contributed.
Helen M. Gould pledged $200.
George C. Tod, formerly of Ken
tucky, a brother-iif-lnw of President
Lincoln, died at Barnwell, S. C.
Desk Sergeant Timothy S. O'Connell,
oKthe Woodlawu police station, Chi
cago, was shot and killed by footpads.
Mayor Harrison has issued an appeal
to citizens of Chicago to use their in
fluence in settling the labor troubles
Tho accident threw a pull over tli
(utiimisii thrum? who had profited by
the matinitieeut weather to visit tho ox
Txnitiou. Today's was probably tho
record attendance. Not merely tho in
terior of tho grounds, but the precincts
also were crowded, and tho coucourso
was particularly great along tho
Avenue do Sufren. which forms tho
northorn boundary of tho groutids
llore is situated a big side show, tho
Celestial Globe. A footbridge, on
which tho finishing touches woro being
put today, crosses tho Avencodo Sufren
connecting the side show with tho ox
hibition. It was constructed of wood
with n stucco facado ana with
plastor-mado tower at each end
Strangely enough tho bridge kid been
condemnod only this morning. The
public was, therefore, not allowed to go
upon tho structure, and in this way
disaster even moro terriblo thnu that
which occurred was avertod.
The guy crowd was passing along tho
avenue and some hundred or moro per
sons were walking beneath the bridge
when suddenly an ominous cnuh was
heard. Before thoso underneath could
turn asido, the structure fell with i
fearful crash, burying nearly SO.
A cry of horror nroro from tho spec
tutors and mingled with tho cries of the
victims. For n moment nothing could
be distinguished but a cloud of dust
and plaster. A sceno of the greatest
excitement nnd confusion followed
But this was only for a few seconds.
Almost immediately tho crowd attacked
tho debris in an effort to release thoso
lying beneath. The workmen within
the grounds, who had wltnesed tho ac
cident, the police and tho Republican
guards, together with quite a number
of soldiers, joined in tho rescuo work.
The pronienaders forgot their Sunday
nttire and covered themselves with dirt
in tearing away tho rubbish with thoir
hands. Wooden lieams and poles wero
brought from the half fimshed build
ings near by and were used as levers
to raise the fallen mass.
The victims first recovered were most
ly only the injured, tho dead bciu;
found later beneath the center of the
structure. Messengers wero dispatched
to bring firemen and sappers, with
their equipments, and tho first body
was found after a quarter of an hour's
frantic labor. It was that of n littlo
girl about 7 years old, whoso head wn
horribly crushed. Victim after victiii
was brought to light, until n row of six
mutilated corpses had been placed upon
tne sidewalk, and nearly 40 other per
sons, some badly and others less seri
ously injured, had been carried in am
bulanccs orjdriven to the hospitals.
WORST OF FLOOD" OVER.
The Berlin press says Lord Roberts
has blundered in believing that the
southern half of Orange Free State was
Senor Perfecto Lacosto has accepted
the office of secretary of agriculture of
Cuba, made vacant by the resignation
ol Oeueral Rmz Rivers.
British ammunition wagons passing
through Uasutolaud were stopped by
isasutos, who informed General DeWet.
The British were forced to retire
The British government has issued
orders for tho clearing of nil the hos
pitals at Cape Town, with a . view to
providing for futuro contingencies.
.Mrs. M. I. Warfiold Clay, the di-
vorced wife of Hon. Cassius M. Chiy,
sage ot wniteliall, died, 80 years old
She was the mother of Brutus J. Clay.
Floods in Texas continue unabated,
and hundreds of families are moving
from tho submerged district. The
rainfall has been the heaviest sinco
The engagement of Albert G. Van-
derbilt, second son and the principal
heir of the lato Cornelius Ynnrlnrhtlf
The Sixty-ninth Regiment Veterans' and Miss Elsie French, the diuiirlitnr nf
fl.,1. - ' - 7 1. 1J ... , . i I if , . . .
uiuu, ui iig mm ceiuuruieu uio wrs. rruncis urmouu i-rencn, is an
uyiii anniversary ot their departure for nounced
the war, with a dinner at tho Sturte-
vant House. Just before the oloso ol
the festivities, Sergeant John Gleason,
who has been in the regiment for 4(
years, offered a resolution offering the
services of the regiment to Paul Kruger,
Boforo introducing the resolution, Sop
geunt Gleason said: "I am willim;
nnd prepared to go to tho front with
Paul Kruger now, nlthough I havo not
shouldered n gun for 40 years." The
resolution was ndopted with tremend
Colorado congressmen want a sol
dier's'homo established nt Denver.
John II. Reagan, the solo survivinft
member of Jofferson Davis' confederate
cabinet, is writing his recollections.
John William Roy, n famous min
strel 40 years ngo, is dead nt his home
iu North Patersou, N. J., aged 77 years.
a mummy discovered two years ngo
iu Egypt has now been identified in
France ns that of tho Pharonh of the
In the accident at Mntanzns. Cuba.
which resulted in tho death of tho wife
of General WilBon, governor of tho de
partment of Matauzas, Santa Clara,
the daughter, who was drivintr with
her, was also burned, though not seri
ously, while endoavoriug to extinguish
tho flames. Mrs. Wilson's hands wero
so badly swollen before death that it
was found necessary to cut the rings
from her fingers in ordor to srive her
From Cuba 10,000,000 pineapples
will bo shipped into tho states this
year. Tho fruit now reaches New York
from Havana iu throo days.
Judge Foster, in charging a New
York grand jury, said that they must
go 10 mo uonom oi corruption nnd
could use the military if necessary.
Gov. Richards, of Wyoming, has
onllod on the womon of the state to
raise $ 1,000 to purchase n silver serv
ice for the new battleship Wyoming.
Still thn Hirer I Out of Hank
There In Grpnt Damncc
Galveston, Tex., May 1. Tonight's
rejtortH indicate that the worst of tho
trouble in tho Brazos basin is over, if
more rains do not follow.
Bryan, about 150 miles from tho
mouth of the river, reports tho Brazos
out of its banks and considerable bot
tom land overflowed, and the river ris
ing two inches an hour. Tho Nnvasota
river is out of its banks and flooding
the lowlands, and in Velasco county,
near its mouth, tho water is three feet
below last June's high mark. Tho
river is rising slowly, and lowlands nre
inundated. The Texas railroads have
not suffered any great losses in the de
struction of property, and thoso who
havo wash outs uro operating ny mak
ing detours over other linos. Tho
Southern Pacific bridgo at Columbus,
which was washed out nbout three
weeks ago and which w as replaced by
a temporary structure, was again
washed out. The Gulf, Colorado &
Santa Fe lost about 2.C00 feet of track
nnd some small culverts on tho San
Angelo branch. About two miles of its
track on tho Montgomery branch is
unoer water and two or three small
trestles are gone. Tho main line
Kmliezzlnr's Money Onufi.
ban ranctsco, May 1. Charles In
gersou, ot ithaca, N. Y was nrrestod
here today on the chargo of embozzling
io,uuu oi pumio lunds belonging to
Tompkins county, Now York, of which
ho was treasurer. Ingorsoll, who is G7
years oi age, ndmtts bis identity, nud
says he is willing to rotum without
tho necessity ol extradition nroceediniH
TT . . , " O "
no says no iook uio money to tide over
n temporary linaucial embarrasmont,
and if ho had only been courageous
enough to have told his friends, ho
would not have been oomnelled tn tnkn
roiugo in night. Ho is oxtromol v n
ous, nnd says ho has been almost crazy
cfimn TV, fw..., I, All ,1.. .
n...u uBi.ciuuu, .mi mo money ho
took with him whon ho flod in Decem
ber was $255. When soarchnd nf.
city prison ho had $ 1.50 in his pocket.
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Chicago. April !I0.-;"1 1.
ell, ot New York, tor Pies dent It
W waHthoHlog''f IhoMaiiiuett.
i i.mkdit. (lovernoi
I.. I. lulltMlltlt IlltlU'llt
Koosevolt wax there, and l'iked h.ipl'J
,,t Its miKBMtlim and Its hearty endur-.v
incut of clu'crs irom nm
cuost of honor that, mly J
ago the .Manpioii" -.-
out William MoKluliiy nt a predion
tial candidate, mid when his mrki
switched to "K.KWovelt." "WMti
IloUM"and "11)01," tho 200 Ulc
hard to make thmni-ulvi liiwrs-n.
Governor ItooMivoft was tho H"'
speaker of the evening, became ho line
to leave early. Ho pleaded fur dgt
ideals In politic, but said itothiiij
could be nivompllshtxl unlim thlngi
were gone al practically ""'I 'l'lor
mindly. Ho mocked at the "goody
goodv man" who refined to do hit
polit'ical duty because ho was "jontlet!
bv tho rude man."
' In an interview today Govermn
RiHievelt declared that ho would rathei
be in priuito lifo than lie vice-president
of tho United States. 11" "id that
his imdtion in regard to the liepitbll
can nomination for thin olllco was abso
lutely utmlternblo. lie said ho would
bo giad if the Republicans of New
York should renominate him for gov
ernor, and expressed tho belli f that In
could bo of more service to his party
and tho public in that K)ltlon than ui
In reply to a question as to how hi
regarded Admiral Dewey iih a presiden
tial K)ssiblllty, he isiid the ailmira!
was a porsoual friend of his, and ho did
not caro to talk of him politically.
STORY OF REDDERSBURG.
tijr it CirrHiiiiliiit Who
With (Inurrul III- Wrl.
Iloxer 81111 Troulilenome,
Tacoma, May 1. Tho
Olympia brings nows that tho "Box
ers" are having moro troublo in shnn
Tung nnd Chihli provinces. Thoy have
boon stirred up against foreigners by
tho reactionary nollov of tho empress
Lourenco Marques, April 30. A cor-
resKndent of the Standard and Diggei
News wiht tho Boor commander, (len-
eral DeWet, gives u full description ol
the British disaster at Ruddemburg.
Hve hundred Irish I'illes entered
Do Wet's Dorp on April 1 under Cap
tain McWhinuie aud demanded thour
render of tho town which was readily
given. Captain McWhliiulo was sur
prised to hear that h Boer forvo was ap
proaching and ho promptly retreated tc
"General Do Wet, fresh from hit
brilliant victory at Saunas Post, fol
lowed tho retreat along a range of kopjw
for hours. Tho two optKKing forcct
were iu camp on different sides of the
range. Oeucral Do Wet knew all atom
tho Ilritish Hitiouri nnd movements
but tho Irish were quite unaware of the
proximity of the lioorn. They blund
ered again as at Saunas Post aud the
scouts wero not alert.
Before sunset Do Wet had tho Ilrit
ish force In his power after an euga
meiit which lasted all the afternoon
fhe Irish made u most brilliunt do
feusc, but their fate was neer
doubt. During the afternoon DoW
cut 800 burghers to cut off their
treat and. he then moved forward
small force of Ilocrs to the top of th
kopjes held by the British. Uio Iatt
boldly attacked the Boers then DoWet
dun wus suddenly deiclou..
Ilio British M.Kjn found theinselv
surrounded. They had, indeed, fallen
into a beautiful trap for they wero com
mauded at every point by tho I toe
guns while their furco was surrouude
on two kopjes with tho Bocis in be
At sunriso tho next mornlnit tht
Boer guns commenced to hurl shell
the devotod Irishmen who, however,
refused to surrender, but foiwht with
tho utmost fierceness for threo hours
tt 10 o'clock, however, tho British
commander saw that further rosiHtenco
would only involve a useless wasto
life, us his military position was unite
hopoless ho therefore hoisted a white
lwolvo officers sorrowfully handed
ovor thoir swords to General DuWnt
ml 450 iioii-conimishionod ollicers and
men surrendered. All tho nrihonon
ero forthwith sent to Thabanchu
under escort nnd Genreal DeWet con
tinued his march toward Wepener."
Ciirtnr llelilml i Hum.
Leavenworth, Kim.. Anril
Oborlin M. Carter, lato cantain U.
orrived nt tho federal prison hero
7:30 o'clock this ovoninu. under
guard of Lieutenant Thomas linker
Iftcenth infantry, a corporal and threo
oioiors. By special orders issued from
tho department of justico, newspaper
men wero not permitted to interview
the prisoner, who was immediately
.i ... . . . '
iiriswsuti ui me prison guru of gray und
nssigned to a coll. His prison number
is MVi, und Ho is now tho occupant o
coll No. 425. When tho lato nrmy
ofllcor begins tho monotonous grind of
prison me it will bo as orison book
keeper, for ho hns been assigned to this
task in tho harness, broom, thoe-ro
painug nud cnrnot-wcnvinL' slm
which nro in tho third story of the big
Nov Y.irk CVnliiil strlkti.
Buffalo, N. Y April 28 Twenty
two Hundred emnlovcs of thn Ni..
York Central mlhond shops and yards
wont out on n strike this moraine. An
t . . c
increas.0 in wages aud tho ruiiiHtnti,
mont of men alleged to havo been un
justly discharged is demanded by tho
Uncommon Aotlvity on
1 HEY MAY CUI OFF WAUUENTON
Mill lliirnnil nt r.mrliiton.
iowiston, Jdafio. Anri !tn ti.
pinni ot tho kowiston Sawmill Coin
pany was destroyed by lire nt 3 o'clock
ihls morning. Tho loss wim S7.nnn.
lliirclnri Out I'lve Tlioii,..,,,! ii,.ii
Richmond, Anrll !10. I in Vlllilf nt
tho Mnssanutton hank, nt Ktmuh..
'a., was blown open hv bun.hira n.il
morning nnd !j!5,000 taken. Tho burg
lurs escaped on a hand cur.
mm cmIoii nf Tluiliiilii'tiil
llniernl Hiiller ltelunril, lull II Wmt
Mill Aiwptril liy "'1 INiirl.
bunion. Muy 'll,w 1,,WM nr" "ow,
ihiiwlng unciuiiiimii actMty wit nf
Hloemfonteln. Thoy ir.i In furoo be
tween Fourteen Stream nnd Kim
berlev. Sunday they neeiipled Wind
Mirtoh, west ot the railway, ami now
threaten to interrupt tho tmimininlea
Itoiiof tho lliltlsh force t Wniroutoii.
tn tho mirth. This, too. at a Mint' when
General Hunter U alniut to start on it
200-mlli- march tor Mali-King. pim
i,u- u-nii a. Don men.
To the east ot llloeiiifnlltelll the lUnm
Sundav night worn still holding the
hills mnr Tliabanchu, while behind
them long wagon trains, loaded wllh
iMit for the Boer army ill th" nntth,
..., in,. ilinniL'h Ludvlinind. Tho
British captured one liner ctiuvny Satur
day, but its sle is not inimllniuil III
the dlsitteh, which UtrelV announce
VoMHicr. lately tho scene of luces
ant lighting. Is deserted, Goneral lira
Unit and Colonel Dulgoty having movnd
A dlsiMtch from Maseru, dated Mon
"Thn Itamto nm ngnln nstnundi d
to see the Hoers Haei(ully retiring
with herds which the unlive think
ihoiild 1) the tKxity of the British, who
aro said to be the tonui'rnrs."
Aooorillng tn Inforiuntliin from Ma
seru, tho main body of thn IUrr
feaehinl Leeuw titer, duo west ot Ijtdy
brand, Sunday, suiiill intrtles trailing
Udilnd nt intervals ot 10 miles to pro
tect the rear and whip up their herds.
Slight oiilJst action lake plneii
dally iK'.vond Karee SbHiig. where the
bend of'tho Ilritish Invasitut is fan
toned. African horse sljkmK has broken out
In General Boiler's army. It prove
cstHtelally fatal among freshly arrived
animals. The lllnemfontelu corru
sisiudeut olnt out that the delluieti
dm iu tho veterinary deiKirtment cmiimi
thoiisHUils of losses.
(ieneial Lucas Meyer, replying to
General Holler's complaint, that miiiio
of the British prisoners at Pretoria urn
lodged in the town jail, says that only
those aro so tieitted who have tried, or
who are susK'Cted ot trying, to eseajM).
He retorts, moreover, that Boer prison-
ers are confined iu the town jail nt
Pietermarltzburg with the natives.
The morning jmpers glto spi-elal
prouiiiieiici) to thn statement of it news
igeucy that Sir Itedvcr Buller sent his
resignation to Uird Itolx-rts iiflor ihe
pionkop censures were piibllsho,!, and
that Iord KoImtIm declined to accept it.
FRAUDULENT USE OF MAILS.
(.'tinrcn SIniI AkInI h 1n I'mnrlsrnii,
Willi W'tkm Arrralrll.
San FrHiiuisco, May 2. John liar
ifow, alias Junius Buckuer, hIIhh James
II. Blair, alius Robert Detiprey, whs nr
rMted to lay on a charge of using the
mails for fraudulent purposes. Tho
man gavo his name as .1 nines lluckuer,
but operated his various schemes under
different aliases. His schemes, though
not entirely new, had some rather novel
feuturoH. 1 lo posed as the Oneida Oil
Company, iucorximttsl for 1250,000,
with olllce.i in this city. He had it
:ontract with a clipping bureau to fur
nish him with all death notices in Cal
ifornia, Oregon, Washington and the
I'acitio const states, except places with
in 75 miles of San Francisco. Some
weeks after the death of mi adult malu
llarstow or Buckner would send n notice
to the address of tho deceased, asking
for tho last payment on thu stock of
tho Onolda Oil, which tho deceased
had purchased nud paid for, except one
paymeut Tho notice was invariably
accompanied by u letter, written on a
printed letter head of tho mythical
company, telling of tho value of the
itock, which was selling nt par, with
an upward toiidnncy, and congratulat
ing the lucky purchutor iisin his must
judicious, investment. Tho balance tho
swindler asked for as still duo on tho
valuable stock was usually small, ffl a
share, and usually amounting to from
$5 to $15 in each casu. Ho figured on
tho rolatlvos of the decease 1 onenliiL'
the letter nud remitting the amount
asked for, under tho belief that their
deceased rolativo had secretly invested
in oil stock. Judging from the re
plies, cheeks nnd money orders in thn
letters found upon him by tho authori
ties, lluoknor had mnny victims. It
Is estimated that Bucknor's receipts
woro from $25 to if 10 a day.
Train ItiiMinil liy it Nitgjo,
Littlo Rock, April 28. A south
lound St. Louis, Iron Mountain &
Sotithorn pnssougor train was hold up
by n negro bandit near HiggiiiHon, 50
mllos north of Littlo Rook at 1 o'clock
this morning. Thn negro had no vlsl-
ilo confederates, and confined his
ntlons to one passenger couch, compel
ling tho passengers to hand ovor their
nluahles nt tho noint of a iiistol. Tin.
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" ntrrr.,1 .
.f : r
al.l.,r,.ll..,. I ""Hi.
The lmi.Ni, t.,,1,,,
bill, to nn iirirn ii, "
1:'::.':' "r mi
violation of i "
tint iuirntnrv ,,f i'
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for Mm Intro lueti, i, ,
Kiitiin anil liiPHTi,., r,,,,, tt.'Jt,
Klti hint Mm .,r ioiiretM7'
tttMliiuMoii of iiii t..,i,ai,,. f
llllllllllU nil. I .. u
gaino In Mnlatt f ti,teiu,,
eiNiled shlpinetit iii.intt.iui
lu. -..I. I I,, II .
v "I" " "isiKlitj,
ui. "..nil n' nm 1 1 . rrjta
Slllll III Mill III Hi UH0 &
iir.ii iiiu i.iniiit'rt mi
conditions lii J,ip., uM,
ikiu-ii ill leiiKii i win vis..
tagonleil by tin. li.-iii,lcrJ ' 1
n.... n.. I... 'M
enacting flnusti in ,)ltlw 4
inuM'ill wns iiemliiiu- wim ,7
...ii i . ..
iiiiiuiiriiiii. ii u
.1... I i... . ... . . rnoi5'
inn mimimi, tne I'm in iit-a.i.
.! ..... '
I on mil inr n n-titutti-iu
nuu its wniiinrsHii i riiirfr,wtlt
in proniiiu mgiimt. shihi
jsiriiHi ny tun .ii.ii.iitft, 1
tlon of president i". .th,!, j
reprosiiiitiiiivix in ruiiJi .
i ... .i... '
iriteii ! inn l'mii n.iiii'Q on
liner in-.-iiii wuii. . iit.inft-,
sIiIim nt tlie House I rrv ii,
lllltHLtmizHil the lull .al.lbt
isjlygaiuy, but did n .1 fen
for legiilitMim mi ih.- inni;ti
invading the rlwlii- ( iimiti
house iigreisl t tin- -in!tm
on the Joint ru-oiiiii-n citti
teniiru of iiiilitiiM ..fllcm
WRECKED MANY UYB
Thn l.'niiaa uf n Hrtullfil
Chtengo, Mny 2 t.-indtn; V
niirmr In her nni t tU I
House, Minnie M. vi ray, i
young woman, pruwi-l n rti Uti
temple nud sent a tmlltt
thniugh her bruin. Trspiiiil
letter found Iu the w it taunl
put together sin-l tne write
wrecked too mnny lite
liiutt cense." This k-tlrr
oriHweil to A. . (Uili-, oljli.jl
Mis Wray caino to the U
Frlilny. She rarrled iinillli
Khv gau tho name of SIihL i
to tho clerk, wlio n-gmter.! (
nnd when asked for nr
sKindix Mint Chli-ii.'i would rKjUm
us any. hhe lianded him tlx ttyiwflSj
'....I i ...i. ...i . J?l0U!t
iivi iiiiiik nuii tiMKeii i" i. u.o hp
to htr immediately.
Tlio dinttl wms encoini"
iiumlier of thetttri-nl ttfci.3i
young womnii Imvliig ,u,(;a,'f.t)int-;
(Mtitiou to reiMtir iuikiiiiio j
tlty. While she entered tbci
tired nttractiviilj and wMrtajif
Imt nt dlnmonds. notliiug
her riHiiii but a course, black
which kho worn when slwkil
suit. Her diamonds were gut' 1
singlo unset stotiii being foo!
drtser. whore it had ilroilH!4
tuirse. Kh left it noto to tin!
of the hotol. ditectlng them to-
money from her pocketlssiV l
the hotol bill. Kho renue.itedt
Mint no effort bo nindo to flvik
tites, ns she did not with 1
know of her deed.
In Meiimrjr nf lirsnl.
Pittsburg. April .10. The :
nusil bnniiuet of tho Amori'ti
liciui Club nt this city iu com1
tlun of the birth of V. 8.K
hold nt the Hotol Schenlcv Ict '-i
wns in many respects the most
fill dinner vet iMven bv tliol
gunizutloii. Thn guest ot llg6!1
Mrs. Julia Dent Cirnut. wldcf'SUSS
ll... .11.11 l....l ..........nlUVWA
..., ..niiiiuiiiniiuii iiuir-w-i"
ti'i.r,, I'.... L.....f!......K.l I. mi
Coiigrossninn It. O. Coiiiiinn.ciiS
Kenator M. A. Haniia, (ioverW
Atkinson, of West YtrgHiUi jsflS
J. U. Ilaruott.of PciiusylvaDli.r,7fsV
P. Dick, of Ohio. KgftgK
IiiiIIiiiiii Will tin l.M r' Si
Now York. .May 2. The WmOSi
Indiiinii luft for Bnwklyn "jrJfe
day, bound for League K"jJi)li
sho is to bo laid up in onllwJ' Ipsrs
Printers' Assessment lliiulili.il,
Indianapolis, May 2. BoKiiinintr to.
morrow tho iiBPOSHinont of tho inoinbers
of tho liilornationnl Tv
Union will 1)0 iiO contH n moiiMi Itif
doublo the unvouiit heretofore paid by
tlio... 'I'l.l.. 1. 1 1 ". . .
...u,,,, aiuo mcruilHO UIIS 1)0011 f n.lli nil
pon by n voto of tho momlinrrf. im.i
curried by n maioritv of 1.700. n
this notion tho iiioomo for thn nfil nf
trikiug printers and pnying tho gener
I oxpniiNos of tho union will imw.
to ubout $H,ooO a month.
Wonil workers' Htrlk-
1(1 .... n Thll '
imiiueapous, iuay '":Jffmnml
workers. H00 strnii!-. nt 2 0(mtf.
inoruiiiir. dooidod to uo on atrit'l
Turuntulns nro common i
Culm, und Homotliiius iniiko dgl.
into tho beds of Hloopors. J" 1 liion
lioiibos, us n p rotoction ag'Baowp!!
poisonous spiders, n cmsu mim;
lotiuds every bed,
(M.MMllnnat III Mttl"'
San Antonio, Tox., May 2l"jJ
Inforinatioii received by t"e J
early Mils niornlng, from lln"3
states that much ilmim .' ,"
ii filoiiilliiirMt vostoi'ihir, W'1" 1
loss ot lifo. Tho mines
today shot his w e " kaOff.
Both mnv ilio. JidiiiuiKls
cnted nud hnd boon oe"i'