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Unless the indemnity is paid by the Legitime government it is hardly prob- ,. yyyr > able that it willbe paid at all, as Hyp- Hawkeye Jobbers Look With Terrific Explosion of Giant Pow- ] der With Fatal Resnlt. Special to the Globe. Spokane Falls, . ___';> ':\u25a0': \u25a0. j W. T., Jan. _--: \ He Does Not Know Whether be at Hamline depot to meet 1:30 train. Yon Panscbin Js Champion. Amsterdam, Jan. - B.—A race for the amateur halt-mile skating championship Five Ships and Fifty-four Per- Rival Bootblacks Fight to a Finish, One Being Killed. New York, Jan. B.—John Passantl and Antonio Gaseano. two Italians who black boots and are rivals in that line, ern Army Achieve Three polite is not likely to assume liability for the • excesses and outrages of \u25a0, the Covetous Eyes Upon the A terrific explosion, like the boom of a: hundred 'cannon. 'which shook buildings j J He Will Fight Sullivan of the world took place here to-day, and was won by Yon Panscbin, of St. Peters- sons Supposed to Have although they lived in the same house present government. The released Sioux Reservation. in the lower part of the town and was j or Not. burg, in 1:25 3-5.. Joseph F. Donoghue, Sunk. in Elizabeth street, quarreled to-night Great Victories. steamer remains in the possession of the . heard for 7 miles, occurred at 1 o'clock, ! of Newburgh, N. V.. who was a con- near their.home and were soon rolling United States government, represented testant, fell during the race. He after- in the muddy street. this r afternoon. An explosion of together by Admiral Luce, and is a present ex- ward skated over the course against Peculiarly Atrocious Murder Passanti freed himself and, covered Citizens of Port au Prince pense, and the question is, will Disappointment Prompts a Hercules powder occurred at a place ; John L. Says Jake Is a Monkey time, covering the distance in 1:27 2-5. with blood and mud, ran several a bill be presented at a on Washington street, near the island, You Panschin won another half-mile of a Baltimore Widow by blocks toward the Italian barracks, the Threaten to Depose the later date to our government for . Canadian to Perforate His which is being graded, j-ust as James and Afraid to Meet , race in 1:24 1-5. the time she is held inactive by Admi- Collins, foreman in charge of the grad- an Unknown. people giving him free way- A detect- Pretended President. ral Luce. This is a matter discussed by Breathing Apparatus. ing, was preparing a , cap for a.blast. Him.' Spectators Will Have to Shell. ive, however, stopped him and marched Americans here, officials and civilians. Special to the Globe. him back to Elizabeth street, where How the powder became ignited is fhey found Gaseano lying, with his Legitime's official organ issues the fol- European a mystery "\u25a0" that cannot be ex- . Streator, 111., Jan. Final ar- A Citizen of Pittsburg Slain throat cut to the bone and a razor near Excesses of Every Kind the lowing to the American and press under the title of "Uue lufamie" A Nebraska Seedsman Comes plained by Collins, whohe received Boston's Pride Has Sworn which died rangements for the McAuliffe-Myers by in the gutter. The razor handle was injuries from fight were made here to-day between by a Bloodthirsty Para- broken by the force of the stroke. Pas- Rule in the Haytien tan outrage): WSSm and Historical in for a Windfall From six hours later at the sisters' hospital. . Off and Promises to Be Billy Madden, McAuliffe's trainer, and santi refused to speak further than to Itis deplorable for a great nation, and a republic as well, to abuse its Germany. There were three or four pounds of on Deck. AIL Kennedy, the backer of Myers. mour. protest his innocence. Capital. power by oppressing the feeble in illegally giant powder in a box near Collins The fight is to occur Feb. 15, within 250 opposing the power of reason by its guns. while lie was fixing the cap for a blast. miles of Chicago, the spot to be picked . Schilling and Wife Indicted. But, after all, is it the great and historical There was a sudden flash and a tre- out by . Kennedy and Madden. The Negroes Quarrel at a Church Philadelphia, Jan. B.— the case nation which must be accused, or is it ncr Poisoner Pionofski Run Down mendous explosion. The air was filled Spaulding's Base Ball Hippo- Cannibalistic Rites of Voudoo- accredited representatives who abuse their with flying rock, and when the work- number of spectators Is limited to fifty a side, and the tickets are to be $20 Door, One Being Fatally of Antoine F. Schilling, whose dismem- great power by leading their government . and Jailed by Badger men rushed to the place where Collins dromers Depart From Aus- bered body was found in two bags in ism Revived and Innocent into wrong action? This is what has taken had been standing they found him tot. each. '__ " Slashed. Fairmount park, the coroner's jury to- place in our little republic, which, frtm its Bluecoats. tralia for India. day returned a verdict that Schilling's Women Sacrificed. geographical position, should appeal " to its tering and about to fall covered with Rac ing at New Orleans. death was caused by a blow on the protection, or certainly to its impar- blood and dirt. One leg was literally Special to the Globe. tiality. The United States is our senior. splintered ny flying rock, and a large New Orleans, Jan. B.— The weather head, inflicted by Jacob Schoop, and A civil war prevails," a merchant ship, the hole was torn in the flesh. Rock had New York, Jan. B.— The agents and that Wilhelmina Schoop, the murder- Port au Prince, Hay li, Dec. SO.— Haytien Republic, sides with the rebels, in- Special to the Glohe. and New York, Jan. B.— John L. Sulli- to-day was cloudy, and a strong wind owners of five ships, which with car- er's reputed wife, was an accessory be- As this dispatch is being written the terferes with our affairs, transports arms and Sioux City, 10., Jan. The begin- also struck him on the left breast The van and party arrived here this morn- was blowing from the south. goes arc valued at $1,000,000, and which fore the fact. . The prisoners were then material of war, soldiers and delegates for . ning of an effort that will be extended over the heart, breaking four ribs. deposition of Legitime by the dissatis- man . was ing from Toronto. In an interview he First race.vine-sixteenths of a mile, selling have been missing since the wind storm committed to prison. fied citizens of the capital, or by the the insurgents. Ablockade is aeelared, and in defiance of all rights this vessel forces iv the principal cities of lowa, Ne- face of the dust and sand. Before he said he would make the newly-arranged blown full of unfortunate —Top o' Morning first, Lovelace second, of Nov. 25 and 20. reported to the marine Kilrain fight the fight of bis life. Next Bentou third. Time, 1:01. Post odds 7to Separated by Iron Bars. advancing victorious troops of the North this blockade after having attempted to stir braska, Minnesota and other states to died he made the following statement: 1 Top o'toornine. exchange this morning that they have up the people of peaceful towns to revolt. aid in the opening of the great Sioux "Iwas fixing a cap on a fuse prepara- May he will begin to train in the South Second race, three-fourths of a mile, sell- Newark, N. J., Jan. Edward F. under nyppolite, appears to be shortly The capture the suddenly as near the place .where they are to given up for lost. The ships are: expected by all but the immediate sup- is made after reservation in Dakota was made here tory to firing a blast, when ing—Gleaner first, Fred Woolley second, Steamship Samana, New York, Nov. 22, Honey wood, son of Lady Honey wood, blockade had been duly established, sticks fight as he can conveniently. In the Jimmy B third. Time, 1:20 _:. Post odds, porters of Legitime. He has thrown and after due judgment this prize has this evening by the jobbers' associa- which lay on the groundpowder me ex- meantime Sullivan declares he will not the whole box of giant near Gleaner 4 to 5. After this race there was for Havti; brig Nile. West Indies, about of London, who was sentenced to two into prison all prominent citizens and been declared a legal one. Noth- tion, which held a special meeting and ploded. a slight snower which made the track rather Nov. 10 for New York; brig L. W. P. years in state's prison in the court of ing can be said in defense. No argument, passed resolutions asking the lowa sen- I was hurt all over, and nearly touch a trop of liquor. heavy. Armstrong, Guadaloupe, Nov. 18, for special sessions yesterday, was married residents of the North in Port au no protestation can be made against it, as it ators and representhtives in congress to buried by dirt, and found my left leg Special toKILRAIN IS A KICKER. the Globe. Third race, five-eighths of a mile, selling- New York; schooner Ella A. Warner, to Miss Minnie Ayers at the county jail Prince suspected of opposiug him. is clear and evident that the vessel is a passage of the bill. Business was broken below the knee. suffering How it Countess first, Henry Hardy second, Vattell Porto Rico, Nov. 24, for New York; to-night. Honey wood will be taken to legal prize. But here we have Mr. Thomp- .aid the happened I cannot tell. lam Albany, N. V., Jan. B.—Kilrain says third. Time, 1:06 ,_ Post odds, 2to 1. Three battles have been fought and son, consul for the United States, who, not- men of this city have also contributed he is not satisfied with the . Toronto Fourth race, one mile—Bertha first, Cams schooner E. M. Bacon, Porto Rico, Nov. Trenton this week. lost by the Legitimists in the past withstanding the declared opinion of the largely to a fund that is being raised to terrible agony," and Collins groaned. agreement. He says his friends had to second. Syntax third. Time, 1:54 _. Post 15, for New York. The number of Boasted Horseflesh. ten days. The first, near Hinche, American press that the United Mates cab- defray the expenses of a lobby at Wash- A few minute's later he died. An in-1 give way in everything to bring Sulli- _ odds, 4 to 1. A very heavy rain fell dur- lives lost is placed at fifty-four. was most disastrous, followed by an en- ine t should not join in with the rebels ington in the interest of the bill. F. vestigation will be made. against a friendly nation, but, on the con- M. Goodykoonz and W. A. Steams, for- ..'j van to terms, and that "the baby" was ing this race. \u25a0 - MADISON, Neb., Jan. B.— Thirty-six horses belonging to George Losey, a gagement on Dec. 22 a few miles north- trary, should abide with a judicial decree. even TOGETHER. fight. now trying to crawl out of the HACKED WITH A HATCHET. east by road from here. During the This we submit to the judgment of the press merly members of the lowa legislature GRANGERS WORK Putting the fight off six months MICHIGAN'S FUNNY CLOWN. liveryman, were burned to death yes- and now residents of Chamberlain, Mysterious Murder of an Aged rapid retreat on the canital two divis- of America and Europe. Organize an and choosing a referee at the ring-side terday morning. The barn and several ions of the Southern army deserted to Dak., are in this city in the interest of Hawkeye Yeomen are Kilrain's objections. He says the Roswell G. Horr Calls on the Widow in Baltimore. buggies were destroyed, together with Asseciation of Agricultural and referee thus chosen would, of course,- be the pursuing Northerners. A stand was made the next day al a rising knoll of ground by the dispirited army of the South, but they were able to stand but SLASHING TO' BE STOPPED the bill. The residents of Missouri river towns opposite the reservation Industrial Instruction. have labored for years, and spent vast Special to the Globe. ,'-'.,:_ sums of money, to further the reserva- . Dcs Moines, 10., Jan.B— About thirty agreement or not. He would have to a Sullivan man. Kilrain could not yet say whether he would' fight under the Pres ident- Elect. Indianapolis, Ind., Jan. has been an uneventful day politically. The only prominent out-of-town caller This Special to the Globe. Baltimore. Jan. B.— A horrible and mysterious murder occurred in the northern section of this city this after- the agricultural implement house of H. H. Fuller and the residence of Charles Gross. Loss about $12,000. . a short time against Hyppolite's as- tion bill, and are now sanguine cf the leading farmers of lowa met in : the consult friends in New York. He did Buried Under His Horse. Trunk Line Presidents Will Clip the success of a bill that, will provide for agricultural rooms at the capitol this not believe the fight .would come off. on Gen. Harrison was ex-Congressman noon. The victim was a German widow saults. The army of the North are en- the opening of that vast trs__. to settle- Sullivan would insist on having every- R. G. Horr, . of Michigan, who is in the named Margaret Schneider, sixty-five Dcs Moines, 10., Jan. B.—The body trenching themselves some twenty miles Irom Port au Prince, completing Wings of Subordinates. ment, allotting to the Indians such lands morning at 10 o'clock, as the lowa As. thing his way, and would blame the state lecturing. . His visit was a social years old. She resided at No. 9 West of Manuel Arandus. a Mexican living their lines of communication, re- as they need and can use. sociation of Agricultural and Industrial other party ' for kicking, and the fight one. Mr. Horr was here some five Fifth street, and living with her little two miles east of Ottumwa, was found organizing their augmented army and Instruction, and was called to order by would fall through. Sullivan, when weeks ago. He then stated that he Monday morning in a ditch with the ATTEMPTED -MURDER. John Wragg, second vice, president, thought both Blame and Alger would grandson and her daughter, Mrs. Mey- body of his horse. Itis supposed that awaiting the arrival of recently pur- PROSPECTS OF A HUGE TRUST shown the special about Kilrain, said : be members of President Harrison's ershof. Mrs.Schneider came to Baltimore chased arms and munitions of war. Disappointment Prompts a Cana- George Van . Houten being sec- '-Kilrain is a monkey. Referees are al- cabinet. He says to-night he is still of a year ago from Philadelphia and to as he was returning home Saturday night his horse went over the bank, They are also devastating the great ag- Chamber- ways chosen at the ring side in cham- ricultural section where they are now dian to Spoil His Breathing Ap- retary. James Lathrop W.J. appointed pion fights. I will be there to fight lain and H. W. Wilson, were this opinion. Another caller was G. W. that city Mrs. Meyerhof and her little which was high, and both were killed. Another Heeling Will Be Held To-Hor- paratus With a Bullet. Mathews, of Chicago. Judge R. L.Berk- boy returned about ten days ago. About He leaves a widow and family.. encamped, and from which Legitime re- as a committee on nomination of officers whether he is or not." shire, of West Virginia, arrived in the 3:30 this afternoon Capt. McGregor of ceived the greater portion of his sun- row to Perfect the Great Special to the Globe. for the ensuing year. The committee- J. . : ; city to-day and is the guest of his cousin, No. 3 engine company, who lives on plies. Gen. Hyppolite, having been Broadview, N. W. T m Jan. B.—Last recommended H. D. Sherman for presi- ; WITH BARE KNUCKLES. Judge Berkshire.of the Indiana supreme Fifth street opposite Mrs. Schneider's, Roughs Maltreat a' Missionary. elected and declared provisional presi- Scheme. night a man named McMahon got off dent; the presidents of the agricul- Amite City, La., Jan. B.— party of saw . the old woman emerge from her dent by the central and northern de- partments, on his Special to the Globe. the west-bound • express and went into tural and the horticultural Agricult- Keystone Statesmen Fight Forty a waiting room, where two other men state universities and societies, | Two Desperate Rounds. bench. Judge Berkshire was formerly a member of the supreme court of West Virginia, and was one of the delegates door and drop to the pavement. He ran over and found the woman covered with . young roughs at Springfield, Livingston parish, whipped a missionary of the CAPTURE OF THE CAPITAL \u25a0will demand a congress of deputies from all the departments and the elec- ural college for vice presidents; New York. Jan. B.—The meeting of were waiting for the east-bound train. George Van Houten, secretary, railroad presidents at Pierrepont Mor- All were conversing quietly when John R. Shaffer, treasurer, aud a j yVilkesbarre, Pa., Jan. B.— noon and to-day a report comes from Wannamie, __ at large from that state at the Chicago convention. He an original Harrison blood. She said "Ida did this," and then swooned. McGregor summoned North Methodist church who had been preaching to negroes and drove him man having voted for Gen. Harrison on the police, and the woman was taken to into the river, where it is feared he was to-day was fully at- McMahon, who hailed from Corn- board of managers to consist . of mem- ten miles from here, that Morris tion of a permanent president, declar- Hurley gan's residence the first ballot and all other ballots. He the hospital. Here it was found that drowned. The outrage is severely con- ing Legitime's election unconstitutional tended, all the prominent roads in the wall, Out., took off his coat and vest, bers named by the agricultural college, and Thomas Hoar, well known pugil- will call ou the president-elect to-mor- she had been hacked in a shocking man- demned by all classes. and void. He will probably then be drew revolver, and before the others South being represented. Among those could ainterfere fired a bullet below his state university, state agricultural so- ists, fought forty-two rounds with bare row. Judge Berkshire says he is not ner. Her face, throat and hands were the only candidate in the field. Reports ciety, state Farmers', alliance of defeats and desertions have raised to present were: Jay Gould, K. K. Cable, heart, penetrating the. left lung and agricultural and industrial and other knuckles for $100 a side. The battle is organiza- said to have been desperately, fought. here to press any one for a cabinet posi- gashed, her left ear was mashed, and Another Man-Killer in Limbo a high pitch of excitement the inhab- president of the Rock Island road, and passing through the body. The cause tions. The sum of $1,000 was subscribed tion, or seeking * office himself.: His her front skull on the left was crushed Special to the Globe. In the forty-second round Hoar was visit is social. He states that the Re- in. During the afternoon Mrs.Schneider W ilkesrarre, Pa., Jan. B.— Cant itants of this section, and hence Le- President Perkins, of the Burlington. of the rash act was disappointment. by those present as a fund to pay the knocked out, and the fight was awarded publicans of West Virginia do not want had periods of semi-consciousness,. but gitime is imprisoning all the pos- George C. Magoun represents the The police telegraphed for a doctor and expenses of lecturers to attend the to Hurley. Hoar is _. under indictment Gen: Goffto go into the cabinet, eveu if was not sufficiently lucid to give any Linden has arrested another of the Mc- sible ringleaders in a revolt man to the Atchison road. The meeting was pre- conveyed the wounded has no hopedin- county farmers' institutes. The new for being engaged in a prize; fight with he. is-asked.to do so. They want him to clue further, than the words she i spoke Clure murderers. The prisoner's name against him. He is showing great sided over by J. Pierrepont .Morgan.!' ing hall. The doctor of board of managers was then chosen, as*, James Dillon, on the "' _Sth of May last, be governor. He says Gen. Goffaspires, toMcGregorC.J'ldadid this." She died is no-given. activity in securing "volunteers" through press gangs who seize the They talked over the and adjourned until Thursday. general situation his recovery. follows: John Hayes, state agricultural at Lee park in this city, | and f has; es- Mr. THOUSANDS FOR THRESHER. society; H. W. Lathrop,' state horticult- caped being '\u25a0 arrested since ':\u25a0 that ' time. -- to the senate rather than the cabinet, . and that he will probably be elected at 8:30 this evening. ;: The Y police took charge of the house. No. 9 Fifth street, Sunk in Red River. laborers in the fields and bring them to the barracks, frequently in chains, to Magoun, of Kidder, Peabody & Cj., ural society; W. T. Chamberlain, state Detectives lett here this afternoon for gave out the following statement in A Nebraskan Falls Heir to a Large agricultural college; James Wilson,- iWannamie, and every effort will-be _ senator. Inclement weather prevailed, and. Gen. Harrison remained* indoors immediately after the discovery of the crime. There was not a soul fonnd in __ New . Okleans, La., Jan. B.— The steamer G. Van Eaton was sunk in prevent their escaping. Without law, reference to the meeting late this after- : ''[f!r:'y. Fortune. Shorthorn association; G. W. Frank-" made to secure Hoar as well as Hurley. nearly all day. There was a goodly the house. . The blood-smeared floor life or property is unsafe in this sec- noon : _--.'* .9; lin, Improved Stock Breeders' associa- number of visitors notwithstanding the and walls in the second story front Red river to-day. The boat was valued tion. Excesses of every kind is the A meeting of the representatives of the Special to the Globe. tion; A. Post, State Farmers' alliance; AGAIN ON THE BRINY. rain, but they came merely to shake room show that. the 7 tragedy occurred at 58,000 and cargo at $12,000, making rule. The horrid cannibalistic rites of voudooism are revived, and reports reach this city of a meeting of several bauking houses of Messrs. Drexel, Morgan & , St. Paul, Co., Kidder, Peabody Co. and Brown Brothers & Co., with the presidents of the chief lines Neb., Jan. B.—A. S. C. A.Shaeffer, " state university; H. D. Thresher, of this city, who is known Sherman, Dairymen's association; W. The Chicago and All-American the state as the proprietor H. Jordan, draft horses society; C. F. Teams Depart From Mel- hands and pay their respects. rumor was current to-night that Sen- A - there. The victim was probably left for dead by her assassin, and after a the total 1055.520,000. ..-oy-v-. thousand Christmas night near Jacmel was of railways west of Chicago and St. Louis, throughout Clarkson, Henry Wallace, agricultural bourne. ••"7 , '.-. *_ ator Quay, accompanied by John Wan- little time had regained consciousness DEMOCRATIC LOVE FEASTS. held at the house of J. Pierrepont Morgan. of the Thresher seed farm, has received maker, of Philadelphia, was en route to and struggled to the front door. In a and the The presidents renewed the expression of notice from the German consulate, at press. The association then adjourned, Special to the Globe. Indianapolis, and would arrive by the back room was found a dress spotted Jackson's Day Celebrated in Ohio SACRIFICE OF A YOUNG GIRL their determination to maintain rates and to New York city, that he has fallen heir and- the board of managers met and or- Melbourne, ' Jan. The North late train." Some half a dozen corre- with blood, which is supposed to be the and New Hampshire. and the greedy scramble for some por- perfect machinery to carry their agreement ganized by the election of John Hayes spondents were "given the tip" by wire, one worn by the murderess, who after- tion of the half-cooked flesh. The de- into effect. A committee was appointed to to $92,000 from his grandfather's estate as president and George Van Houten German Lloyd steamer Salier left port and each thought he had it exclusive. ward changed her outer garment and Manchester, N. fl., Jan. The vastation of the central part of the isl- further perfect the same, and to confer with in Germany. Mr. Thresher has a large as secretary. Then the board proceeded at 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon, having Granite State club to-night celebrated the interstate commerce commission with a ;familv which he has worked hard to They watched the late trains, but fled. The neighbors can give no de- and has been the cause, of the robbery view to strict enforcement of the law. An 'support, and is worthy of his good for- to mature plans for the organization on board the Chicago and All-American neither the distinguished chairman nor scription of "Ida," and the only knowl- Jackson's day by a banquet at the Hotel of the recently-buried bodies, and the invitation was extended to the trunk line commenced at the state fair grounds a base ball teams and the American cor- Mr. Wanamaker arrived. . Later in- edge the police have is that she had Windsor, at which leading Democrats devouring of the same. These are well presidents to attend an _ adjourned meeting of tune. year ago. ' respondents who came here with them. formation was to the effect that Senator been livingwith Mrs. Schneider since from various noints in New England _____ ...11,_,..i:_._,»n .l (»„)_. Tim _\u0084),., I. o ..t- UUllU_.llll_ll.eii. i.cv.1... xii- lunauiumuij tne conierence to De neia nursaay next. - . 'Mr. Simpson, of New York, remained Quay is -headed tor the South. Gen. Thursday last. \u25a0 of the interior are even more degraded The committee appointed to draw up POISONER PIONOFSRI. Didn't Know It Was Loaded. George B. Williams, of the inaugural were present. than their African ancestors. They are Special to the Globe. in Melbourne to train a local team in Columbus, 0., Jan. B.— The Jackson the agreement consists of President committee, and Col. H. C. Miner, of SHOT BY HIS PARAMOUR. rarely brought in contact with any evi- Adams, of the Union Pacific: President He Is Now in Jail, Awaiting Denison, 10., Jan. B.— Yesterday .base ball, with a view to having it travel Louisiana, arrived from Washington by club gave their annual banquet last dences of civilization aud can be easily lead by any scheming Strong, of the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe, and Vice"President Bond, of Special to the Globe. Trial. and afternoon about 5 o'clock Arthur Bos- mer. play Salier will touch at next sen, . aged fifteen years, was shot and and it is probable that a game will be The in the United States sum- Adelaide, the 11:30 train. Gen. Williams comes to consult with Gen. Harrison on inau- A Prosperous Citizen of Pittsburg Rilled as the Result of a Quar- . night. The occasions heretofore have been of national note, but to-night the adventurer. Gen. Auguste, a resi- the St. Paul road. gural matters, and will return to-mor- event was local in character. Gov. dent of the North, has been thrown Wis., Jan. B.—Charles instantly killed. He arid Harry Storks, played there. After that the pro- rel. Gray, of Indiana, and William If. into the military prison here, and his Piono_*ki, upon whom rests suspicion a boy of similar age, were skating and gramme is to play in Calcutta and other row evening. Col. Miner is a promi- Ramsey, of Cincinnati, sent their An Astonishing Admission. ... on the ice to rest. Several points in India; in Cairo and Alexan- nent Southern Republican, a wealthy Special to the Globe. assassination is feared. The capitol is of being the fiend who attempted to sat down planter of Terrebonne parish, Louisi- Pittsbubg, Jan. B.—Mollie White, a regrets, and Gov. Hill, of New York, and denuded of troops, and mob rule is New York, Jan. The suit of family of Hungarians shots were fired from a revolver in their dria, in Egypt; Rome, Monte Carlo, Vi- colored girl, aged fourteen, the only oc- Frank Hurd, who had been invited, James R. Jesup to foreclose the mort- murder a whole possession when Arthur. asked Harry if ana.' He comes to have a talk with the feared. A United States war vessel will by dosing meat which they were to eat he thought that would kill any one, re- enna, and Ireland as possible. Paris and many points in Eng- were not present, and did not reply to remain in this harbor to protect the land as president-elect on Southern matters. cupant of the room in which the Davis- gages on the Wabash Railway system with strychnine, was captured this marking that he was not afraid of it. He says he is not here in the interest of the invitations. Judge'Thurman sent a lives and property of American citizens. will probably go to the masters by Palmer shooting occurred this morning, note saying he, could not be present on The French minister, by his open back- morning by officers, and now lies in a In some way not satisfactorily or clearly any cabinet aspirant; that Louisiana said at the coroner's inquest that she Thursday. The only witness yet to be BISON IN ST. PAUL. has no cabinet candidate. He does not account of a sprained knee. Among ing of Legitime, is most unpopular. examined is Chief Engineer Ausell, of cell at the city jail, awaiting trial for the explained by Storks, the weapon was again discharged with fatal result, a "Buffalo" Jones Here With His believe that the South, or even the bor-slept with Mrs. Palmer; that when she the speakers was lion. R. R. Hoiden, of The French warships cabled for have the Wabash, who will arrive from . De- horrible crime of which he is accused, der states, will be represented in the went to bed at 11:50 Davis was lying in Cleveland. not arrived.. The schooner Aurora catur to-morrow. He will testify to the It is thought that evidence sufficient to bullet declares heArthur's forehead." Harry entering did not pull the Herd of Wild Beasts. new cabinet. His section is interested the corner of the room reading a book. was captured in San Domingo wa- company's acquirements of real estate. in the business outlook and the course Shortly after midnight she was ters; her wail bag, weighted convict him can be secured. .Trustee Daniel A. Lindley, of the 79 days ago he and Polawa, whom he at- Several trigger. '. \u25a0 . . __|_ of"Buffalo" Jones' twenty-seven head the new administration will pursue awakened by a pistol shot, and knows Had Their Cheek With Them. with lead, seized before it could be thrown overboard, the letters opened and found to contain statements impli- mortgage testified to-day that he left the to his associate, Solon Humphries. This ' arrangement and filing of the cross bill tempted to murder with his family, had a quarrel over the ownership of some Antique Sprinters. Special to the Glooe. bison were brought to St. Paul last night and are now eating hay in an in- closure at the south end of the Robert toward accelerating the progress and prosperity of the South. lie will have a conference with the president-elect nothing: whatever of what occurred previous to the moment of her awakening. When awake she saw no Yesterday . afternoon Hugh, James and John Murphy and Edward Salinsky went into the hardware store of Charles cating some thirty prominent persons is regarded as an lmpoitant admission, property, in which Polawa got the best Mason City, To., Jan. B.—The re- street bridge in the rear of the Kansas weapons, but Mrs. Palmer was running to-morrow. A. Otto, at 824 and 826 East Seventh at present in Port au Prince, most of as the allegations and claims in the of it. When Pionofski saw that he had markable challenge issued recently by City freight house. In the herd are _\u25a0 \u25a0-_» out of the room toward the passage street, and while the clerk was show- whom were previously unsuspected. cross bill are signed by both Lindley been beaten he swore to be avenged. It A. C. Owen, of this city, to run any pure buffalo, seal buffalo and a cross be- HONORS ARE EASY. leading to the stairs. Davis was follow- ing one of the Murphys in the back AH have been thrown into prison, aud and Humphries. is thought that the proof that the would- United States of his age— tween buffalo and cattle. Col. Jones has ing her, but. had not gone far when he it is feared that all will be be. murderer bought the poison can be man in the a forty or eighty-rod foot 168 buffalo in all, most of them being in Democrats Control One Branch fell upon his face down the stairway, of the store, Salinsky "cabbaged" a obtained, and that, coupled with other seventy-nine— $500 of the West Virginia .Legisla- with blood pouring from his mouth and brace of fine revolvers and waltzed out, SHOT OR HELD AS HOSTAGES Winona & Southwestern. to $10,000 a important facts, may bring him to jus- race for from accepted by John side, is Manitoba and Kansas. For the whole the other boys following soon after. In attempts to parley with the northern Special to the Globe tice. . about to be Bolton, herd he has been offered $160,000, but ture. ears. Cable W. Nicholas, Davis' part- Three of the kids were captured shortly forces, and on their near approach to Winona, Jan. B.— The Winona & former proprietor of the Boston house, refuses to take it. Some of the old buf- Special to the Globe. ner, testified that the couple had fre- after, but Salinsky was not found until gentlemen are well this city summarily shot. Many of Southwestern Railway, company has CHOSEN IN CAUCUS. of Sheffield. Both falo in the herd here weigh over 3,000 Charleston, W. Va., Jan. B.—Every quently quarreled, and he had heard 12:30 this morning, when Lieut. Dow- these persons held high positions in completed the construction of its first preserved, and the match willbe one of pounds, and are an interesting study. them threaten each the other's Democratic member of the house went coroner adjourned the inquest life. The lan and Mounted Officer McFetridge Legitime government. The seizure of the most unique on record. :_?> y~ y until to- took him out of bed. The boys are all twenty miles of road and last night ap- Badger Statesmen Nominate Offi- There are no other buffalo in America into caucus to-night. J. J. Wood, of morrow. . The prisoner resolutely de- the vessel in foreign waters offering no Their Marriages Were Failures. outside of the Jones herds except about in jail, and will probably go to the re- plied to the city council to order the cers of the Senate and House. Ohio county, was nominated for clares that she will make no statement. reason for such action, was another high-handed outrage. The cargo of provisions was instantly appropriated issuance of bonds for the $100,000 bonus voted the company by the people. A Special to the Globe. Special to the Globe. Madison. Wis., Jan. B.—The pre- * West Point, Neb.',; Jan. B.—C. W. . twenty in the Yellowstone park, and ..' here and there a few in 'Eastern parks. speaker, and J. M. Hamilton, of Cal- houn, forfticlerk. The Republicans STABBED AT A CHURCH DOOR. form school. .. Speedy «__- War Ship. \u25a0 . as being much needed. The whole resolution w as offered to this effect and liminaries of the legislative session Lehr, formerly station . agent at this FIXING THK SCHEDULE. made complimentary nominations, but Philadelphia, Jan. B.— The final Haytian navy, of some consisting referred to the finance committee, city were all settled to-night. Early in the place and Mrs. Maybee, of Freemont, have no hope of organizing that body. Coons Engage in a Dispute That preliminary trial of the gunboat ' York- eight vessels, occupied the inner engineer and city attorney. The invi- a wife and American Association Magnates In the senatorial caucus the Democrats Ends in Murder. v.. 77 tation from the company to inspect the Mills,and speakership aleaned toward have children. Lehr deserts day the eloped. decided to make no nominatione. The Special to the Globe. town took place to-day. The boat mad- harbor Dec. 24 "and 25, thus when after caucus of the two" Mrs. Maybee was re- Meet in Gotham. Republicans held their session with an average speed of seventeen knots pei rendering null and void any previous road was accepted and Aid. Vance, cently divorced. Both New York, Jan. B.— Managers Yon Columbia, S. C, Jan. B— Cornelius hour over the government course. The blockade. The Haytians say they were Hill and llodgins appointed a special Mills men more than enough votes to borne good reputations. have previously - ,-. closed doors, and their nomination for ordered in to prevent the seizure of the committee for this purpose. Aid Vance nominate him were assured the crowd 7 der Ahe, of St. Louis; Byrne, of Brook- president is not known. A. C. Minear, Lawden was fatally stabbed at the door vessel will now be turned over to the steamship Haytien Republic, but their real mission was to defend Port-au- Prince from Hyppolite'B forces. The French minister, Le Comic de Les- moved that the proposition to buy the immediately boarded the loaded wagon old court house for the use of the city . to overflowing. Ring withdrew from In Unconsecrated Ground. be referred to the purchasing com- the contest at the caucus to-night and Special to the Globe. Jan. B.— Clerk Gaff- ; schedule committee of the American mittee with power to drown it. The Mills was nominated by acclamation. Ashland, Wis., 7 lyn, and Barnie,of the Baltimore clubs, began their work here to-day as the one of the Republican members who of the Colored Methodist church in Ab- voted for Senator Camden two years beville county Sunday morning by ago, was nominated _» clerk. "..'— --,-. for Pinckney Floyd, sixteen years old: Both are colored. Floyd had made — government for official test. ' _\u25a0 Celebrating an Ancient Victory. . New Orleans, Jan. B.— The anni- They are to prepare a UNDER THE DRAG. maisons, will be recalled as soon as first resolution was adopted. The mayor R. C. Spooner withdrew from the con- ney, who committed suicide, will be ; association. games some uncomplimentary remarks \u25a0, about versary of , the battle of New Orleans Hyppolite, who has already cabled again vetoed the resolution to buy a test for sergeant-at-arms in favor of buried to-morrow, "but the Catholic j schedule of for this year. Their Business Firms Forced to the Lawden for which Lawden kindly was celebrated to-day by the firing of Col. L. E. Parsons, of Lake Mills, and church has denied the right of burial in j report willbe made to the convention —- " a protest to Paris, reaches Port- Babcock truck. au-Prince. Admiral The steamship Republic is still in the hands of Haytien Luce, as tiie agent of the \u2666 MRS. THURBER'S MONEY. . .- the latter was nominated by acclama- its cemetery. ..The Catholic Knights, of*f ; at \u25a0 tion. Ed Coe, of Whitewater, was which he was a member, will take no '\u25a0 identr Yonbusiness leftthe American as- nominated for chief clerk. Thomas A. part in the funeral. \u25a0 yry Columbus, 0., in March next. . Pres- afte the der Ahe .of this city to-night Wall. Philadelphia, Jan. B.—A. Marquis & Bro., jewelers of 146 North Eighth reproached him and playfully tapped him on the legs with a light cane. Floyd thereupon became enraged, and, salutes. parade. Rain prevented the military sociation schedule committee was con- street, made an assignment to-day. Lia- seizing Lawden, drew a long-bladed Cold Weather in the South. owner, B. C. Morse, cannot receive her Music Publisher Hinkel Stands a Dixon was nominated C. E.presidentchief tern. of the senate, for Bross pro • .Lumbermen Made Happy. cluded for Boston. 7 He goes to settle bilities $28,000; assets unknown. knife and cut his jugular vein. Law- until she is in a more presentable state. den died in a few minutes. The . mur- New Orleans, Jan. 9, 1 a. m.— While she has been thoroughly disin- Good Chance of Getting Some clerk and Col. J. L. George sergeant-at- Steven's" Point, Wis., Jan. B.— Six \ up the Cudworth trouble, and states\ Lama, 10., Jan. B.— Some commotion first norther of the winter prevails; fected by the surgeon of the United of It. rS:;ii-y : arms. inches of snow has fallen throughout ! that he will prove that Cudworth signed has been created in the city by local derer surrendered himself to the author- with him. creditors seizing the stock of ,Z. Solo- ities, and is now in jail. The colored mercury fallen 12 deg. since 10 p. m. ; Static steamer Galena and her captain, New York, Jan. B.— The second trial the pineries, and the lumbermen are ! Mr. Compton, her condition, by reason mon, clothier, on a chattel mortgage. people threaten to lynch Floyd, and a now 48. of the suit of A. Howard Hinkel, the Not for Washburn. happy in consequence. y '-. i.J y. McVey Gets a Job. They took possession this morning. Mr. force of white officers are guarding the of her occupancy by the Haytian guards, is music publisher of Cincinnati, 0., Special to the Globe. v . A new catcher was signed by Harry Solomon's stock is valued at $18,000; ac- jail. '"\u25a0>. '- ' - \u25a0 * Movements of Ocean Steamships. •' against Mrs. F.B.Thurber,was begun in Minn., Jan. B.—There , Farmers Favor Nelson. Pipestone, says the Milwaukee counts about $3,000; liabilities amount EVICTED BY FIRE. New "i ork— Arrived : Martello, from Hull FILTHYIN THE EXTREME. is now anchored under the guns the United States circuit court to-day. was considerable indignation here ' Ada, Jan. B.—The geneial assembly- ; Quin yesterday, behind the bat to about $14,000. His creditors are prin- Borderer, from London ; Pavoma, from Liver- She Hinkel sues to recover $12,000 on a draft among farmers and others yesterday of the Farmers' alliance of Norman ! Sentinel, and will stand cipally Chicago parties. . He claims his The Home of Vice President pool. '.-'"\u25a0 * of the Galena. The Yantic arrived in season. # the harbor on the early morning of Dec. made by Charles E. Locke on Nov. 27, over a purported interview in Sunday's county, to-day passed resolutions in- : with name is Georgeclub this and he the Milwaukee McVey, failure was brought about by that of Thompson, of the Pennsylvania Moville—Arrived: Ethiopia, from ___\u25a0 His 29, with disoatclifs from the state and navy departments received via cable at 1886, which was protested aud paid by Hinkel with the understanding that Brown, of this county, in which Mr. senator. _ Pioneer Press with Senator W. B. dorsing Knute Nelson for United States. I played first base with the New Orleans .-- club last year. McVey comes with a Lindauer Bros. & Co., of Chicago. Norwich, Conn., Jan. The Nor- wich National bank, incorporated in Railway, in Ashes. Philadelphia, Jan. B.—About 2 York. v-, " "_ - Santiago De Cuba. The Haytien Re- Mrs. Thurber guaranteed it. Mrs. Brown was quoted as saying that the good record, and he stood second in the Thurber at first testified that she had farmers, merchants and all here were Change ofProprietorship. • 1796. and . having a capital of $220,000, o'clock this afternoon "Corkeshill," the OBITUARY. public, under command of eighteen Lieut. - \u25a0 Southern league as a first baseman. He to-day voted to go into voluntary liqui- country home of Vice Presi- Spiers, with a prize crew of not written a portion of the telegram in in favor of Washburn for United States Special to the Globe. -.- is also a first-class catcher, . and is said beautiful Special to the Globe. 7 men from the Galena, will steam on which the money was guaranteed. Ex- senator. Nothing further from the truth Siotrx City, 10., Jan. 8. -J. C.Cook ,to be exceedingly active behind the dation March 15. dent Frank Thompson at Marion Sta- North Platte, Neb., Jan. B.— Davey, Manager Locke, of the American Opera could have been thought of, and if Mr. to-day sold to H. G. Chapman the Boston, Jan. Hartshorn & Co., Jan. 1 to Santiago De Cubi, where she willbe recoated and turned over offi- . company, testified to-day that he had Brown told any such thing he misrep- Evening Exchange newspaper, resented the people here willfully. It lication devoted specially to live stock six feet a. pub- bat. He is_io baby in stature, standing and one inch in his stockings late of the Tremont house, are insolvent. Liabilities about $33,000. - . tion, was burned down. The loss is re- ported to be almost total. The residence of Floyd River City, Minn., a passenger on Train No. 2 from Denver, yesterday morn- . cially to her owner, Mr. Morse, who will then collect a crew. The Galena sill keep her in sight during the trip. written a portion of the telegrams. Other portions were written by C. D. is safe to say that there are not half a Jaffray, postmaster of the company. dozen farmers in Pipestone county in interests. . r \u25a0 ! -. and weighing 180 pounds. He is twenty- five years old, and his fielding average is .923 and batting average .301. '.. Co-Partners in Crime. - - was one of the most beautiful on : the line of the Pennsylvania road. The fire spread with such rapidity that little ing, died before reaching this ; place. The deceased with his family was returning from Colorado, where they had gone in the hope Judge Wallace said the defense was'a favor of Washburn under any circum- > \u25a0 i ;.New York, Jan. B.— The Voice, Pro- While it is impossible to secure the Killed by a Falling Tree. or nothing was saved. - ;The building - of benefiting his Health. The remains were narrow one, and will permit the plain \u25a0 $350,000 indemnity demanded for her detention and damage to property of her iff to reopen his case to-morrow. stances, but between him and Sabin the latter is far preferable. Beyond one of Special to tbe Globe. . : 77 Gaudaur Will Bow O'Connor. _ hibition organ, in its issue of Thursday,; was fitted up with billiard hall, bowl- shipped East last night. _. . Reed's ; Landing, Jan. B.— Albert Toronto, On., Jan. B.—George VW. willpublish fac-similes of letters from ing alley, etc., and the loss, though not THOMAS NALLT. -.- owners, passengers and crew, it is the bankers here there is not a single yet known, will. be - very heavy. The Special to the Globe. . -_ thought that it .jUI be possible to secure business man who indorses Washburn. Shaw, while chopping wood opposite; Lee, Oarsman; O'Connor's trainer, has J. S. Clarkson and W. W. Dudley to \u0084 Bozejian, Mont., Jan. : Thomas F. N«lly, Clarkson Flies High. C. A. Durfee, an employee of the Voice; house was valued ;at .55,000, and the for a long time in the employ of the Western soi» e. cash do___ The " government - Special to the Globe. this place ! yesterday, was instantly received from J A. St. John, backer of also a sworn confession by : Durfee furniture at as much more. . pleads poverty, but have recently paid $100,000 for a former English mail steamer, which they have fitted out Washington, Jan. B.—The rumor ob- A Druggist's 111-Luck. tains here that Hon. J. S. Clarkson, pro- Special to theMinn., Dec. Tower, Globe. killed by the falling of a tree that had 'Jake Gauaaur, an intimation that Gau- lodged. Deceased . leaves a widow.and i daur will row O'Connor on the Pacific The drug three small children. \ coast, where the latter will go in a few - that he sold the mailing list of the Voice to the Republican national com- mittee ' during the campaign for $250, Terra Fii ma Tremens. Union Telegraph died of hemorrhage of the lung"in the Pull- . company at Minneapolis, - . man sleeper on the east-bound train to-night shortly after leaving Gallatin. Mr. Nally as a gunboat, and on Dec. 26 prietor of the Dcs Moines Register, will \u25a0 Mattoon, 111., Jan. B.—At 10:45; was accompanied by his brother. He was on flays. \u25a0''__________' and was to : have employment under the o'clock last night a very positive 7 earth- _ \u25a0\u25a0 destroyed by appointed public printer. There can store of James Eslick was -\u25a0 paid to the steamer Andes $27,500 for be An Alabama Town Devastated* committee, and that the letters referred , his way home from Taeoma, W. T. 6,000 Winchester rifles and 100,000 be no foundation in fact for such a fire to-day. Loss heavy and insurance New Orleans, Jan. The business :> Gun Club Shoot, ' - to were written in negotiation therefor. quake "shock was experienced \ by many ; rounds of ammunition, all in gold. It is claimed that Legitime, has appropri- ated to his own private purse all the re- statement, nothing short of a cabinet position will narrow escape.* Eddie Condon, a young be accepted by Mr. Clarkson, unless it boy, was seriously burned by kerosene. - for lowa ni_& know that light. Eslick's wife and children had a portion of Newton, ; Ala., including • a ; Several members ef the St. Paul Gun - hotel and six stores, was burue_ last club will have a practice shoot at the Another employe,! named Samson, was persons in this city, and buildings were implicated. Both the guilty men have felt to vibrate for been discharged. - several \ seconds. \ It - was the severest shock ever felt here. ; The young man who • forged his way to th« front is now in the penitentiary.— The ' Car- toon.'-' :''"_:'\u25a0', . mainder of the cash in the treasury, and be the French envoy and ministership. He may recover. night. ;v Lbs . $10,000. "..'-' .".\u25a0\u25a0'„ fair grounds to-morrow at 1 o'clock