The Dallas Daily Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 94, Ed. 1 Sunday, May 28, 1876 Page: 1 of 4
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Leather and findings
I Mmldlory I Jiirtlwnr
trTDKS. "WOOL PRITS AND FURS
j MAIN NTIIISET
' -niitlonw!tli tanners east enable
w!tu?eanNorrH. Iul. tllsbsel sash
f EJ. TILLWANN.
XILLMANN a FRIEND
APPLK and JMflACJI HHANDY
foiruac Wines .Cordials Cigars and Flasks
j Laiuiir Mlrfd IMiiIhn 'IV van.
Dloolct Tett Oo'i Old mtrvilcl. spriri-dliuwiliiio.
AKIH VAI.N OF
Freshest Styles of Dress Goods
tlMUSwasttuid moiit diwlrahle slindi-a; the hiinclmmi'Ht patterns of print Hi erente
Witty of DltKHrt TltlM VI INoM. Ui i latest novum.. In Lweit; a silpeih swan'tumil
tubUi Uueua Napkin. Towel. Mheetlmf. and lrl.il Ltllulin. All
ENTIRE NEW LINE OF CARPETS
I Window Nbiwles I.iiiiurlqiiers liice Oirlnlns mill Cornices.
At Prices Not Known Heretofore.
Price Our Goods Before Purchasing Elsewhere !
fciliwn. or stmrigrss1inalut. fail to payKvUltofJImpeol loii :o.mnttwhetlier.lhey
lih to.purolniHu or uoU
m "pa T" "W - "Tfl
pri-w 510 & 512 ELM
We keep a tall line of the hest mnke. of
a.t will lnduoe you to bay. boom ana moe
For anything In facf foi Lady or Gent goto the OLD HEL1A-
I1LE HOUSE of
W. G. RANDALL & BRO.
COS Elm Street Dull
w. L - r... .
5 eatier 'ZSJSXZ thi w. can .bow tSriSt
'ry loweat Dilcea. anil wi be wild ai .non
Come and im ua.und vewlll how you
( eat and beat Urea. Goods the beat .tool
f WORD TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS
Wo in Hn.ii.taan hill
or Nt. ..ir rriiXAi. .d.ioH auiI
nch goods an you need.
W. G. RANDALL & BRO
605 Elm Street Dallas.
Elm'Street Pallas Texas.
I "RT? A fiTT.:T8. STORE FRON TS.
'Window' and Doaf Frames Counters Shelving;
I ai. . . ' : o.
! MOmWca ft BitfifLAR PATTERNS 30 PER CENT.DISCOCNT
! '"i uilrMinr Wlu atln.('ornli.
j "wboHgut elsewhere in U Mlteor
DAIJ.AM n: ls.
u. Ui oom net In prln
pries iishl Mr lil.lf.
rli-nsof Uather Willi Oalv.
ALEX. II. FRIEND.
OF APRIL I
ering1 of Dry Goods !
Till: I.ATItr AM)
u riinmini lift n nnnnn
and 511 MAIN Streots vimb 'A exas.
.nil Ur.ltr. I.
Eastern Work o all tyle and .ell n
im- w u.u
Shoes and Clothing
in Nw York for the last three month. w
it.iV.1 Dry 0i. 1" the city. WW"
the flneHt line or i.ioaaiu Kw;
pronw. . . . ... u .. i..0.
honflit in GalTCNlon NewOrlan
will alwaia keep a lull """ '
and Planing Mill
Flnl.h H.faeKred T "
tni tnond mu
iORS ID BLINDS
DALLAS. TKXAS. SUNDAY. MAY
Ju.4 EfffirnJ it tW Ulil itiij Popular House if
W. L. MURPHY'S
Cor. Main and Austin Sts
So Not Fall to Soo tho
LADIES DKKSS (J(KH)S
Indlmlln HII.KM of Auortrd
Urndr. and Color.
H1I.K l()N(KKH MI"I1NH
MXIKl. i'l-AIN ANIK'IIKl'K
(IKKMAulNKn I'Uri.lWM 1IKH1IKK
llHXAlNm lUHM'AllK.M UUM'i'lU
ANDIMI'llllTKI) I'KlU AI.hM
BILK HKKN AlHNKH I'KIMM
IINKN HUIT1NHH WniTK UIJIII
(AMrKIU UUU1M CAHHMKHKH
i-AWNW JCTC Kl'O. ALHO
LAC'KH K(ftl) RMHROIDKBIKH
ANU Ml'AltKrt KANH.IILOVKt
T1KH. t'OLLAIW VK1LH AM)
VKIMNO. KOUUII1NU L.1NKN
C'lllr.rM Kill liHHM i.ni r
H 1 1 A w nilJAUHliUIA
J ACK V.W AND HI! I'l'rt MliOICrt KTC
Every Article bcloipn to a Ladies' Toilet
Tlieiie ool having been purchaeil of the
iimi'Ht Im poriliiK iiii'l Jnomnn nouw. in
chii anil will be .old lu .lilt the rich auil
tin. n v ill i w in. mi mini. IUHPl
The attnnllon of male pnrolianer. I. re.peotf
fully oaliiHi w our new auu .iiivijum
. .took of ..
rLOTIIN. CA8MKir.RBI KTC
1IATN AMD (APHHCARI'. TIEN
WIIITK ANUt-OLOHKD NHIBTH
UN EDERWEAK BOOTH HHOEN.
la one of the eholoot and bent eleotl ;
ever brought to this market.
We wonld Call IH Aienll arllM.
And of th Traveling Pnolleloan Awonea
TRUNKS VALISES ETC
DEI GOODS AND CLOTHING .
cor. aiAist 0rwimw
.Lt b.nnt th. Moek
30 DATS ONLY.
Until the l:th day of June next you oun bur
any arllole lu
:. . . . i
Klne Hold and Silver Welehe. for LaiIIm
and Ui'tltn. Klne Oold Uhalna Hllverwaru.
Hiiei'tnnliw. Uold feu. MIWr Tinted loe
fliliHm Diamond and Jewelry of all kind.
Huh Thomaa and oilier Clookn and nil arti-
cle initially keot In a fl't-oliit Juwvlry
Store. Mirny article will be ottered oelo
com fall and we will bioady towalt upon
you from 1 a. m. until . AU8T(J
maylXd.t'wlin OW Main .ue.l.
LEHMAN & NOTIIAF
Manufacturer. of aud Dealer. In 1
405 E1M St. Dallas Texas.
LEAVE EAGLE FORD DAILY.
Haiidnya. on Arrival
ForJsWs Station & Ft. Worth
ti..... Mliwn vY. VRDM EBDA.YH and
Fill n A YH. Pnur-llnrss Co.chei for Weath-
UKUAYH Two-Home llacka to Weatlier-
lord wDt.iAvu u..w.
leave Ja.'k.boro for urauaw Beianapanu
. K. HEAVES Aft.
02T TIIS TEAI1T EVESY EAY.
Uallaa April . i"'. -y. "j
A In e w Enterprise !
The aadenlinwd would Inform the eloth
bnrera and wool arowers of Dallas oeuntf
and Northi.ni Texas tuai ne ia now p rparo.
nh iha latMl Imnroved aiaehluere mni
moatexperteaead manofaetoren to m.nit.
11 Einds of Woolen Goods
i. a .iu An m i'tural ou.torn bn.lneialB
Hnll. iiiru. Jn KlnnDfl. (HiMltnenw
UnaeysTel.. BiaukcU. HUwklnf Yarn..
t. Jle alw keep. ooiiKtantly on band a full
line ol Wertera inauuiaoturvd I'kxI.. niann
rix-tured frrnn poi wool. Wool botitfUt at
hKhaat aiarkel prioe. . .
Dallai W onion Mills. Dallao. Tevas!
AdlolslDS Olty Ftoar Mill iossltiuwdfa
28. 187G. lMUCB
4 Ibaranlagly rrmk Ullcrfroa lire
lorl er (ilrl.
6hi layi Shi It tot Clavar for th. Aver
igi Man and Yd Nil Foaad Hr
Matoh Sploy Comaitntt on
tlorrMpooU.il o. of Iba Uarald.
If you wuut tbluk uitalUier forward
or pvrt I tlioulJ Jiut Ilk to aay faw
word about you man that I liava been
dying to aay for tvr ao lung. Iam
yiiutiu m.t lll-favorail tolerably wall
riluraled a guud liuu.keewr aud
what you Dilglit call a very uloa aorl
of a girl with good health flu oou-
atitutlou uu utrva and rather a a
.able figure Tliore uow you hart
ui. akatuhad aa I lojkd tltla morulug
In Ilia glaaa I'm ona of Hit glrla who
revulva a good deal of gaueral attau-
tlon but uiiou tuy word I never had a
real down-rlglit eerloua beau who
really meant bualueaa lu tha whole
thrill ot my life. Tha reaaou la obvloua.
I'm too clever for tha majority of tneu
and Ita Juxt my luck to have alwaya a
atuiild uiau wearying my friend. hip.
Muii duu'l Ilka girl to be too clever
aud thl. uiay ba la tha raaaou for my
not having boen otf maiutna'a hand
long ago. My beaettlug alu too la
that 1 never tau iret ivrloua wheu my
adorera do aud tha mora terribly lu
earueat they beoouie tha mora
InoorrlglblB I am. Tha major-
ity of young men bora ma
awfully. They viu to tbluk
that tha only way to nmka them.ulvoa
Intrrextlng to a womau Ii to make lova
to livr. Of tmur.u thla la a mlataka.
We bad munh rather ba aulertalned
olhiTwI.t' exwptln a partloular eaae.
I don't know what'a golug to beoome
of me. Tliere uever waa aa little mar-
rylng going on aa during tha prneent
aeaaon. Whether It'a beoauae tha glrla
ara ton fuatldioua or don't waut to
oiMik I can't aay. May be It'a tha fault
of the man. They are a aelttah lot of
brute at beat and ara not wllllug to
make auy aaorltlue even to have a uluc
wife. They plead poverty the ex-
peUMca of living aud yet fool away
enough money to take care of two
wlvea apiece. I kuow I'm uloe aud
ptvaiaut to take yet nobody will take
ma. I'm aura I'd agree with any reae-
ouable man. My aenae of the rldlou-
lout too la ao lamentably keen that
the ludloroua element in love making
alwaya upaeta all my effort to keep a
atrulght face for there la nothing
to my mlud an utterly abaurd
aa a man In love uuleee
It la a monkey with tha colle.
Well well I how I am rattllug
along) Aa I wua.aylng though I am
a IohI ball. Not that I am getting old
for I ain't; do not a bit of it uulaaa you
call too old. I do wleb I waa Ilka aome
irlrl.. alwaya with aome fellow u a
airlnir. but I can't be. and that end.
the mutter. It'a not lu my nature)
can't go on enduring men Juat be-
cauao they ura allly about me aud I
won't If I dou't Ilka them wbat'e
the une of aaorlftolug my peace to ba
polite T But there la a fellow I know
who Is awfully uloe and wheu I'm
with him. I act like a fool. All of my
aelf-poeaeaaion vanishes. I e tain titer
and bluab iu tha moat Idlotlo wuy at
nothing and aa for belug clever well
IJu.tcau't. I'uieraart enough with
other but with him I have a moat die-
guatlng couaclou.ueea of not appearlug
at my beet aud I oould beat myaelf for
the lack of my habitual ea.a aud etock
of .mull talk. Then to make mattera
worse tha mau haa got an unmerciful
wheu uear me and la exaaperatlugly
calm aud cool while I am fluttering In
the moat embarraaalug way. Dear
me I .
There la the dressing bell for dinner
aud I mu.t aay an revolt. '
Ever) body Ruining to tbe Rich Dead-
. wood Creek Mine.
Military Dlspoiltlon on the Road Between
Fort Laramie and the Hills for Pro-
tectlon Against the Deadly Raids
of the Indians.
Cheyenne Wy. May 27. Colouel
Itoynl'a column advanced on tbe uortb
aide of the I'lntte at Fort Fetterman at
noon to-day. The firry rope broke
again to-day aud caused a delay In
crossing with .the. supplies. Tbe ex
pedition will move Mouday. Frank
Guard the soout with eleven men
who attempted to react) Fort Keno
haa been driven back by tbe
Indiana. Captain Vau Vleit lu com
maud of six oooipauleeof eavalry
moved north to-day to meet some
Crow-Slour who ara to operate with
tha azpedlttou and ara ' expected to
reach Fort Reno on tbe SOtu lost. Air.
Patten who arrived to-day at Fort
Larmar from Custer City report every
body rushing north to tha Dead wood
mluea. flenerat Crook haa ordered
two compaolw of cavalry and three of
Infantry to be stationed ou tiieroad oe-
tweeu Fort Laramie aud tha IliUa for
protection ' against Indiana. ir.
Tvinir. who also arrived fo-day at Fort
Laramie from tbe Bed Cloud Agency
reports that John Faruham mall dri-
ver on 'tbe rauobe from Hydney wa
killed aud the etock atolea cu the !dd
tustaut on fciuake Creek. Tha bndy of
David Bohemian foremaa of Bailer's
cattle berd was found near tha ranch
four mile from Bidney crossing ot the
Platte shot through the bead and aide
and hi ooftt vest and revolver gone.
It snppoJMd k wm killed by tbe In-
-UUimif JA J II
- FlVK CftNTS
ex. i uu i in .u u ii.L-i-wj-m
dlaua. Tha body wa brought Into
Hydney to-day. A letter from tha Hill.
by (Hm. (Jreeu to hie brother Thomaa
aay a "We bave been proapeouug right
aloug and have dually Jooattd here
ou I)adwood Creek eighty mllea
north of Cu.ier City. Wa found near
ly all the rlalma taken on thla ereek
though ewerat ara for aala ou time. It
la tha rloheal region yet discovered iu
thallllla. Mom claim pay aa high
aa $100 a day to tha man aud every
olalru that haa beeu opeued paya. Wa
laid out a towu here on Wbltewood
Creak at tha mouth of Deedwood.
There ara fourteen bou.ee atarted al-
ready and every lot la takenwOO lu
all. A man' found a quarts lode here
ou tha head of thla creek a few duy.
ago aud It ia tha richest that I ever
aaw lla had a pieon of tha quart oil
tha lode about tha else of a tea-cup
aud It contained ahaut o lu gold
There ara several streams further on
that bave uotyet beeu prospected and
blob ara vertaluly aa rich If uot
richer than thla atream aud White-
wood aa they all head from the eame
range. There la a big stampede to
liear Lodge Creek and Baud Creek at
tha present time. Tha first-named
stream I fifty ml lee north-west aud
Band Creek about thirty-five. There
were tweuty rueti killed by Indian.
ou Hear Lodge Creek tha other day.
They are ruuuluj oil slock aud killing
people dally eepeolally around the
Foot Hills I have heard of bo leas
than a hundred being killed already
There ara at least one thousand men
ou these two creeks.
Mtaorlty Report of the Judiciary Com
mlttee tarorable to Huntington.
Aa Off Day In tha Commutes Roomi The
Kerr Fls.oo Friday'. Work In tha
House and Senate.
Wahhinoton May 27. Tha ruiuor-
Ity report of tha House Judlulury Com-
mlltea ou tha subject of the sluklng
fund to ba created for meutiug tha Pa-
olflo railroad Indebtedness to the Gov-
ernment oppo.ee the majority report
ou the grouud that tbe acts of 1H02 aud
1 8Ct constitute a cou tract between the
company aud the Government Invio
late lu it character lu which the ob-
ligation of the company haa been ful
filled by the building endDjalntenatce
of the road aud giving the use of the
aamo to the Govern mem wneu re
quired; that the Judicial decisions have
eettled the time for the pay tneut of the
principal and Interest of the subsidy
bonds and that any attempt to force
tbe pay meut on the part of the com pa
ulee lu advance of such as tbut
proposed In tha Lawrence 1 bill
submitted by . the majority or tbe
committee Is lu violation ot law
aud vested right. It also oouteuds
that Congress baa not the power to al-
ter or amend the contract created by
exit of or 18U4 or to repeal such
ttoU except upon the refusul or failure
of the companies to keep tha roads lu
order to carry the Government troops
etc. thereor and that aa the Central
Pacific Itallroad was chartered by the
State of California any attemyt to re'
peal It charter would be futile. It cou'
oludea'as follows ''The minority of
your committee submits that the pow
er to enact thin bill the Lawrence bill
in the majority report cannot be
claimed either from the general Gov-
ernment or tbe legislative power from
a special delegation of power con
tained In the Federal Constitution or
from the provisions of the acta of 1802
Tha Committee ou Expenditurea In
the War Department thla afternoon
examined In seoret A. H. Green rela
tive to tbe charge against Speaker
Kerr. . Ha merely confirmed the state-
ment already published that ba ex-
pressed to Lawrence Harvey hla desire
to obtain a commission lu the army
and that Harvey said it would cost
money aud arranged an interview
with Kerr through whose Influence
the commission wa obtained. Green
alao testified he paid Harvey alx hun
dred dollars for his services but be
yond this he kuew nothing.
In tha House Mr. Bingieluu : from
the Committee on Conference on dts
agreeing votes of the two IIou.es on
the consular aud diplomatic appropria-
tion bill reported that tbe coufereuc
had been uuabla to agree. Report
agreed to. '
Ou motion of Mr. Barnum the House
proceeded to consider the bill to pro-
mote tha efficiency of the army and to
provide for Ita gradual reduction and
to consolidate certain of Its a tad de-
partments. On the preliminary vote tbere wa
no quorum owing to tbe Republican
generally refraining from votlog..
Hurlbut suggested that the bill be
referred to the Committee of the
Whole and t down for discussion
and action on Wednesday next.
. Banning who bad charge of tbe bill
declined to accede to tha proposition.
Thereupon a motion to adjourn was
made. Thla was followed by other
dilatory motion and filllbuaterlng
waa kept np until on motion from the
Democ ratio aide tha House adjourned.
Heuatei Lealslative bualueea sus
pended and th artlclee of Impeacb
meut resumed with closed door. . Mr.
Edmuude moved the following be or-
dered : That the Senate proceed on
Mouday next after consideration to
vote 0iou tha pending and cognate
questions Aureu) to; yea 28 nay s !l
Tha order waa further amended to
read "that tha Senate proceed on Mon
day next after consideration to vote
unoii tha Deudlnc queetlon and any
ameudment that may be proposed
thereto. ' '
IteforeVeachlug A decision the doors
wero reopsued aud tba rmtdeut pro
tern announced Mr. fatterson a a
member of tbe Board of Visitors to
West Polut to place of Mr. Clsvtoo
excused and the gnuat a"jourui.
I! 111.. -J If J
The BloalrA Bondboldrr Brengrl to
Crlef by a Blabbing ostaa Bolter.
The Blandant Preildintlal Aspirant Pain-
ted as the Cappir ef the Norther
Proiflo Railway fraud-Carry th
News to Colfix-Hls Reply. .
NEW Yobk May 27.-Tbe 8uu puU
llshee a letter dated Augusta Nalue
November 20 1870 from James G.
Blalue to SVarreu Fisher Jr. of Boa-
ton olfurlng for J!l000 to procure
for Fisher tha oua hundred and nine
ty-second part of tha entire franchise
of the Northern I'aolflo railroad lutilu.
ding th land company's stock. ' After
describing the Immense prospective
profits of tha transaction Blalna says
he cannot himself take advautaga of
the opportunity but obeying hla flr.t
aud best Impulse lie offers It to Fisher
In hi concluding paragraph Blnlue
says: "Keep my name quiet ineutiou-
Ing It to no oue utile to Mr. Odd-
well." Blaine' receipt to Fisher for
f lil.OOO and agrevmeutto deliver as
described la also published. Blalna
was unable to deliver and after over
year'a waiting Aqulla Adams one
of tha pool with which Fisher aotod
reclaimed f'.OOO hi lutereet from
Blaine audobtaluedlt. The correspon
dence aeema to have been furulshod
the Hun by Adams a letter from wbuin
la also published.
Ex-Hpeaker Blaluo lu reply to In
quiries concerning the letter says:
"Home six or aeveu year ago some
frieuds of mine lu Boston desired to
make a imull lu vestment in the North
ern Pacific Railroad euturprlse aud a
the vice-presldcut of the road Hon.
It. D. Rice wa a uear neighbor of
mine lu Augusta It wa thought I
might find out where aud how the pur-
chase oould be made. Iu on or two
lustanoes 1 heard of Interests blu.
for sale but uothlng wa done.
In the autumu of 1870
a iletlnlle interest was lor aaia auu u
wa brought to my attention with
very glow lug aud extravagant account
of Ita prospective profits aa It was a
road chartered by Congress deriving
Its franchises aud grant directly from
Congress aud liable at auy time to ap
ply toCougresa for future favors I did
not myself entertain for a moment the
Idea of becoming Interested lu It but as
these friends had beeu wishing
such Investment and as they had
tmTsame right that any other private
oltlseu had to own au Interest lu tbe
enterprise I communicated the facts
to them precisely aa tbey bad teen
glveu to me. A few days after I was
notified that they would be glad to
purchase aud a certlfloato of deposit
or oashlor'e ohsck for twenty-five
thousand dollars was placed In my
band lu trust aa the receipt shows to
bund over to tha person proposing to
sell who lu due time will doubtless
speak for himself the oortliluate
to be taken In tha nama of
Kllalia Atklus one of the most
prominent and houoruble merchants
of Boston. It waa soon : found now.
ever that tha North Pacitlo lutereet
was lb soma way pledged or
embarrassed as to title. The matter
ran along for over a year and flu ally
oame to nothing the money iu full
with Interest was returned to Wsrreu
Fisher with all the negotiations
had. ' Tho holder of the
North Pacific Interest retained
it or possibly found another purchaser
ot which I knew nothing .This I
simply the whole of the transaction
out of which a sensation Is attempted
by tbe Bun. My connection with it
was purely of a friendly character. I
badunttne remotest luterestlu it lu
any shape or form and no luteullon or
understanding that I should boome
Interested lu It. Tbe transaction was
of course regarded by me us lu evory
way proper otherwise I Hbould
most certainly . never have received
and receipted for the money to hold In
trust until the tntUHiictloii should be
consummated between the parties. I
am very glad continued Mr. Blaine
that my letter which the Bun pub-
lished proves on IU face that I would
not myself touch the Investment I
could easily bave purchased it had I
beeu willing but I did not deem sucu
an investment advisable for. me to
make. From first to last lu all
legislation touching the fnoilio
Railroads . I never naa ao
Interest of a peuny lu one of them nor
In any of their branobee directly or
Indirectly. In a private letter if any
where a man will speak auguaruediy
aud this letter written with do enpec-
tation of lis ever belug publlnhed
prove conclusively that when a Pa
citlo railroad Interest waa offered me
with brllllaut promise of great profits
I declared that I could not touch It. I
tbluk tbe Bun lu publishing thl privato
letter haa supplied a valuable proof
of my official Integrity Iu the
matter. All these attack resumed
Blaine after a alight pause are In-
tended to Impresa the people with the
Idea that I have large wealth ami that
It ha been acquired alnoe I entered
Cona-ree.. Tb mouemie property
which I owu was almost wuouy de-
rived from fortuuate Investments lo
coal land la my native Mouongabela
Valley lo Western Pennsylvania
made aome years before I first ran for
Congress. I notice many papers
whose editor never saw rue and
know nothing of my atlntrs
trtlblv wit tnv nronerty down . r o(l
million. Th utmost my y- :
would brliia to-Uar would not -k. .r.t
to one-fifth of that sum. I fu
With tb strictest truth thi-4 t.U LM
considered I am not to-day a v ;
pofiiolarfy as I wsa the dy I rot..-r?.i
Coie;rM Pecember 1-'d. M ?
mneJuMt 1n C'oagrta I Wottli
NO - 94.
lo my jmlimeut. have bad a
large fortune aa busluusa enter-
prises which i vera at my .
command If I oould have atteuded to
them have resulted most favorably
but every friend whu know ma
kuowa that neither my Income nor my
expenditure nor my habits of life Im-
ply or suggest th possession of a for-
tuue or of anything Indeed beyond a '
HERE AND THERE.
Brevities over the Wire Burin
tt Twt nly-Foar Hours.
Boston May 2T.-tee Ball! Bo.
tous 8; Cincinnati o.
New Yohk May 27. Baoa Ballr
Mutual 6 1 Ht Louisa.
PiiiLADKM'iiiA May 27. Baa bally'
Athletic 8; Louisville 2. ' ;
Hahtpokd May 27. Base ball:
Chloagoee 8; Hartford 1.
Mkmi'uin May 27 Bas Ball) Louis
ville Riverside 8 ; Memphis 10.
Columbus May 27. Base ball i" Ao.
Uvea 5; Buckeyes 7.
New Yohk May 27.-A Ul.patoh!
from Rottendale says ait explosion In
Phoenix Park Colliery No. t to-day
fatally injured four men and hurt 'ten;
Aldan y N. Y. May 27. The iin-
fureuoe of Ropubtloaus to-day agreed
upon the appointment of acominlltce.
In each SohstorlM district of the Bfaitfi
to advadoe the lulorett of Heiiatii.
Conkllng aa a candidate for IW s.
before th Clnolunatl CuMwiit
Kr. Louis May 27.Iu the rutod
Stale Dlatriot Court today Jue
Trent overruled the technical objection
made yesterday aud ordered judne
meut entered the full amount of
bond JI07.000. Judgement was 1i
entered aunlu.t G. B. IilnghHiu stut
sureties for W0000. Two uegro ruwt
a bou la named Murry aud J.' loreiioe i
had a desperate 0ght with knives oi '
the levee thl mornlrg ud both n '
colved frelghtfUl wound which ar;;
likely to prove fatal. Cnitse a woman. !
; TKLKaaArUIO Si:.ntIAT (
An Ohio robber uear Clucinual !
yesterday threw anutr In a yount
lady' eyea aud robbed thehouwol
l0O0 In. bond.; ' ' "i
Not aatlsiled with' Beeoherlsmt
Brooklyn ha luveated la crook rT
whisky. Twelve Illicit dlstlllerii
seUed yesterday evince the enterprise
of the Brooklynlte.
Robert Mulch I no longer night
glneer of the Cleveland O. mjU"
mills. He waa fouud dead ycrCoiuu;
tmriilnir. ami aa he was horrlblv man
glad It in supposed be was caught lit J
aud killed by the machinery' '. j
Jamea ' Dodworth waa alx ty years
old before discovering he was tired of"
his wife but when he did he axed li
about It and then out his own sltrtvt
sled throat fihe Is still alive audit's
a pity he leu't dead yet. New York
waa the place and day before yesterday
the date.' f" ' ..';' ' i '.
The Belong outrage like every-1
thing else uow-w-days had a woman
lu It The A merlcan Cotiaiil was alf '
sent and hi biff brother hHjred a
Bjlgarlau girl ono night-only Ud-
aud nothlug more. And now iho Mln-
vestlgntlou" continues. Ob woman t.
Oh luvestlgatlon I . ;
ST. Lpt'is. '. ":.-:)
TlisAaebor llonrlu Kills a'MM 4 I
... Walus-Heavr las' . . ' .
ST. Lriuia May 27.-About vtu twl i
o'clock this eveulng a Are broke out In Jf (
tha uppor story of the Abt Flo- v t
lug Mill corner of Frauklyn-av
and Twenty-thltd street belong !
Yaegor Flouring Company aud ' '
th fact that tho whole fu t
meut waa called out aud worked V
peratoly almost the entire proper ' ;
was desuoyed. This mill occupied" oe. ; ' ;
part of a square wasslx stories biBH '
and oue of the largest and most com :.'
plcte lu the oouutry. . lu uapsclw w f
two hundred and firty tbousaii(i bar- ; i
re! per aauum. I.owt ou iniU warj ;i
bouse and maAihluery lueJudlng tw '
Ihoueaud barrels $!100(K; luwrd ful ;
ti8000. A Urge bin bouaa belonslut : ' (
to the mill in wnica was hutcu
tweuty-flve thousand bush'ete of wha'it ?
was damaged about $10000; innuraiH'.e :
NEIGH ItOUUOQU NEW;. ' " i ; ;
Prom our Hjieotal Corr.jKnnt.l .
We were pleased to meet Ja-n-s B
Clark Fq. member of the well kwn
law fiim of Cheuowith 4 CUrls.'dolPi'
business In Bonhatu. . It hs e-'-J'
been cur piea.ure to enjoy ib fa :
ny of so much culture and r :' '
Mr. Clark wan atons tlw.
aud While hi iwloiv to l.Kli'
rauks ha adde!" renewed lut;; to V- J
profession JousttsiUm has l 5 ru'
portion. Kx-Jmlne J. i- CU-K
Mr. Clark' partner w not in tb
olty and ws tare dul a:id tha iU:iw
ureof forming bl acquaint.. . i
From some aeciJou f '
the cimplAiut Is hcajd that the
rain. "Fmuiw 11
from Elviug tho grorlug
ri "i tl.t1
Ujutlou it specially otwlti
vesting la debvyel. rM win
harveeteil Is liable to be !
the" shock. ; '
Bouliam may wall be im-
In tbe bounds ef that ' ' "
tlou of oouutry of wbi "
centre od b-ilt-.g u
Wouder thai It ' tt 1 '
pto-perity ami 1
Tbe p pel '
railroad frm J
to M'noo'a. Aa
t prot:fc-l. t'-'
tevo t!i ru.'ii
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