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The Chateaugay journal. (Chateaugay, N.Y.) 1896-????, May 07, 1896, Image 7

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THEPEJiETICOniJTED Bofr Court Swfrwtced Four ol the Johannesburg Reformers to Death* ONE THE AMERICAN, HAMMOND. _ BADGE or jn€wuwiraM* It to • »*w*4* Wt*t*P**vi** 'Asa*, fw » •wni by «* Baajto. T**o*es«***4 *o«tots la tt* Tolas*****, BalitaftoaAjot** M« Amactaaa Sedvattoa Army Corps, has* b*ea dseoraled wsth th* b*3g**oftti*~e*d«rv TbeiiadgetoAdoab** «Wtvt<i«taMl«u. awmoantsd by u e*gi lath*«*at«* to* i*4 «fM*,«rto«d W fay doubt* oteel*. i « «hWk to *h* laaerlptiofcrf *b* y rwM Caflty * f Wl«* !>•*•••— •W*r4tot tt*adav** s* *\*4ss**s*T * f *h* Court i * rVawtt*. ffraa«aa*rt~4toa«4i , twasOs-\ C««Mi»»to*—«fc# S*w*r™g* tfwtM^Sw-Ofcf, B**a***#** C*****, P««T«>BI*. Bo«ih AM*** towftWie, Apstt m. -*• roar «t «•* is***** ** thtwittiMHt Be- fore* CwkMHile p***ji§ed galtty of •*** trasses, l»rfj^«|,.Jj*»-\*a«3P» Baaa»jK*8d* tb* A-wtoa* mining e^ste***. wer* «*a* d*ai**d to d«eib by tb* mitrtw th*tr •sstte&e* mi aftaxward *eatm«t*4 Isy.Fraw- *§*»* fewest.- Coaw*i f of tt)» defan**- w*f • statement > to tlt!» eeatt xfcnssd w» «Uaa<«il, Phillip*. ' Ttvui afcd Cw*aa*l Bfcad**, iwtotttUur that tfaay bad **fc*d Dr. **»***« t o f* *» Jebaa- tn»*bitnr. feet daftetag hto »t*t<tk* tsJMtat* • tb»?i*#Tte»tov»At M»4 ajarentjeg *a Js**a- aeetxu* wh*« tb*t*'w*» n» nrgwnt »*»4 for hto ptmmm. Tb#* m»«tf*ttM«i Hunt tb*** action tbtwgboat ww* sot ta#as* to th* Oo**t»»*««.. la addin g to tb***wt*n***f death pmmi n#m tb* leaders ft th* Bafana ta«m«f»»» «nr<)(ti»r tneissbm b**»be»* «nt*wM4f« ItttHj^lafttoMpMt,! 4a* of #$4J64, H,aj# {*/** J****** SUtsWQWIIIt haSllltlllftent A*9*attbe <i*fe*r member* of tb* Bator** Coa&wfft** »a « war* seat***** w* ttm *»«n«w«*--C*r«*la MMa, Cfctof Engl**** of tb* Bohtaaob (Wd MtsUag Goiat*ay: tl*> | tor S. CSaawst, Aa*i»f*at <k«MiktHp Engl- ttfl^of tt^0«ro*cJld*t^G«idFI<4d» MiftUtii C.ja»f«M(j. J. #^ OUKM. « w»*«toy alntojt ; •ncifrMW. »«««• !• ««U *oow» Itt K*» lor*. IM a Mr. L«»l#y, T%#» ww* «arte **o- f -tnoMil *« p*r » •»* «t 1-WUW*, «*> suwibwBe I- ttnfwMw* twiwiMwqMBl. M4 »**» h» **| ————— I c»«i««d Acta ctwMMr . j te«w»*» A|HSi\SSL—totiMJNa? «f Os«» f (wAt C<rft»a***. MW. \I Isart I«K«I««I * * «H»^Mi|BMt«ti^4toaifMv «l «%f«al | h«»» »fl diniht, K*rt«w tlwt ST* ol »fc« if*4*r» j •»rtte«Miall*4IKMi9«i) Ibntofw Cttwmnm j %;tt*»*tm, m far * Toft , «Gnrw4tatt« to i K«MP*r-' ** Tl* 0«*I**»«K* taw.}w« l#«w«4 j ttet tb\nwsttftm ft tmtb hm mm lmp>**& i tttitML Tttt 0\*w« !»*«tt tMW »» <Je*M fluMt I »««r Hrs*«»r vtil «m»«w *fe« JWHWIMWII 1»- taunt, t%* Qf-t«!H»a»Mi« k«i cw:«r«4 Pu-H*- ] www Itot UMo t» r»*r H»*or'< tsM^iai.* **• i »* «K«n^« la 1*» «*** T»< 1«*» 8*)w H*«» | CMWI, te»r will th» fthkt« fNf««t»W!t Tb« S ,*a4 Kir J'$Ha t*»ua««*.>rt<«„, tlw BrtJt«ft f Nisid**?, Mi * y«~>ti '-!8<*>ilT CMRS** tfo« ; «a4 tSil* «M *T U ttfc'i*t»«!>c».i bef >t» hm , f4«i4*l f«a*l*y- ______ _ B*t> t»-a «-t-i«»t«l ta <j4_i h fa* Bin pwi In of 0*aa Bi.^j^k. tb* l^smw PrmdMt nf Ckpt Oo^ttijr, «fa«#» ibtvtaer l»« few bwaa tc \POT 0* 1 *»d CMMn^nw T»l«BliMS.* r M«_leH»1J. 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MW Ardwr «»»- S3*, **w t # *-«_inti M CM««f«>l~t4 t*M»4 »Uo«*t*t), a * Uwa«fc» it «* • * BettK. ity , btttB -Tt»*»ntt ol lta jUtKMlWfi*. ioksiMr to a »w4 kwitlM Ottaa*, SMS to t «tt&tw» of <wr-T-j»c«r {iouttet. ff« feuw » ^ »w»0f4 « t <J*»i*rt»j: Uauait MS HqM* » T*tr ^p«rtt <m*l EorojMMt tjwwtla**, «Ht vtMpt to : »«* la tt* ttmu *Ht M* • Iksft tmt ItHt ! Cm U«« _* « M Okft«fat9t«l*K«>i. . K<4 fcjtowtA* «bo Hetial4t «w Uw impm !«W Mm «i» talis*] •*• • Sttttob lii*, : wtt*m®pm INbasMt •««• t« lto>«ut aad, witlcix tlMt*.! ^Owftabl* biwrt. (trilK'M tt tta*«tify-t*t<*, mmt&t «*• tt«« ta r*i»*-* ; totrtbto now. .. . . * Of Aaytam. o« UM c*WM(«^r «fct PUM»t PMMloe \\' wMbUneto tb» B»e** faa>*(to«4f • t^fweUngAt Ortjojsraftl. TbabUi tl*TOt«5JlS7to»*. Swuttor Paget'* twoloMon for ft& fs< 8Mle«-«i«M» bewd *••«•* ** t <wipo*i ««*twrBill,o( S^rtork. on tfi» irrewfti «»«ttteoom> « m«lw4 of _»ol8»boato> N » the pottey, Ui«t UM PopottiU ri*Uy op-, to tar «xpmAitium 4<utef th» *MtMl*Ha --• «W1 DaWnuit*Am.iitbotiMd te tfe«*»* ___*__!_____*.»•»««*•••»«**• W*. I>*rt«, «t »wtttiefcjr, tstroawwd tetb» How • wu Kf9R>{«riuto« tioo^oo tt-yiov ttdtforttof t«reh«e or the MrOkltem ol AbraJtea UM^B Md tfc« OMsttoa tbemoa <rf«lK»*tordl«M*i»oWlw,tobtluw»w» •*il»Uft«ia»rtttoB»lH«tte. ^ 4«MitwT«M«fltaM«las »m«Mla«»tlftt4« »mm to tb* Swuirr cwr &ut, wWck w»* ndd«M4 mttkow «U<rtotoo.%r«ttwt tfc* S«0- rvutrf oftfe* Trwwturr to co«_dw sa 4 t*> fMtdtOiUMiinM tfc* bo-j»l»a for * subtle b«Ji«Uec »« W *-«*«! t s WMblMtoo tortb««towM»olpnfetts<k»cu—«tt> aadiua- Cttf f*Bt fWfc •r, l^r*». of J\ » Tor*, few prmuwt « of tlw AmtaH} itatm««, wkioh p«caito fo«4f»y_e«a to eater (?_lt«d fMtM pom <rH)ko«ttb«p«rtD««t «t • tao&tg*H& t» that tt «b«ll »M *xtot4 to *&r (orrt«B Mlt JWBW»«B«L*J»«rw««s)«ria»dljr» ettizaa atttmttmii «u*m. Tb* wtj-*i»«al of Jfr. oi*. cf AtaiMi«t» ««• tfc» «wwh«r»liJtKif (b* Bmm, mdmem - tb« I»MK»«mtic rwrirKA'iitAU^a ta m«t body to iu«*r-eliw*, ti»'ta-**t ria« tb* FurtT- itdrd Coscrww, trttcs Q»fln4 but ^gbtj^- «tRftL. I s tlw. PSftr-«.--jBd Cc^grem tb* !)•«««««(• hiw§ * tf»t*l m«isbor*Up of 290, Tb* B*p»bli<HU*» team rwebaA tNr fej«b w*«f murk la tbt* &»s«KMt t —in&ff 2ST , tfc» Ptteotof ITalwto wtdtatufw lout •»* at ate lataeMla. konw nustac- IttoMMttat\M« k Tmltt\ M&nbfefe *'Jo*BOf Aw\ « bto MMtorfitoffi, PnwUUMt Srayvw, 44 tin Tmuwul. to w«rfclAtoSbto«n|MrSao«flf«t br tldUas * Meyele. «r /BUU Paaaortott, M» BrttUh AxnbM- •kdor «t WMbtagton, to an aeeompltoUd th* ptontot. b—t otarad » (o a»oovftf»naia<3ftl compr- ar*»e> utd -to thrw toiti net- Itjtb t tiiawraJof tbo s«(*» «U tb« royftl boju. of Ounbeirtao4 MM bora wtth- ,*»4 the OM that nxoM or l«a» i ta« «a» beUt »p <^r co—wr- - twt &atb«rtorJ CUffe, «8ecrtcbjn<ix». 1* a aiabW old gtattMua of •Bvmtf wbo b w Mrtot voatbtfl m priM tor «oif «t OWJHHI Btaatoi Wtfaoft, «t Colontdo, to ambtdax- ttwa*. H« «M ikiiw wtth * msor In vtob band aAd writa with tvv> peat at the aaa* Coats Doyle. th» nowStoU. cenrtM tha _T»«wrttar and nak«s all hto «opy vita ajkd ink. HI* «T«n«« dajr*« work to %ter. wfc* wan ttttBfijtmmtoM aft4,wt»l«rt»d i rt«wr«-«t»i». S«w aao&a* ftcfc'aildi «aj i •M4 tJift^-esata by Iwal ~ XK b* *W5W b# arMstd »»t gtajr it, a* b* tt#tirtf4«i»a hi* duty, a«4 waa, tb«#f mt, t«u t* lftsibl^«w«0 l o awr» tfa* Sa# owt H C«ESM*M »%lH\tO AT ARLfNCTOH. *« H>. RaauBMKl I* • natir* of California, —a wawt to »js<h Alrtaa wf«rai fmr* *m- t»mtm tlai -vntea of * nltiUMr mmpmf eotttjra>ii*4 by •* . modaa. Br. BawWHad to #*>4'f*tM«-ta»«f «»aat w—Otb. wbtab b* ba« aontrwd 19 bto tata«*aia t* tba fisaw* Ta*l mOA wtHnw Mr. Bammdttt *w ft IMdto« »«nbwr or tb« Jo**aeo(*anr Br*,>rai t'al >e. wbteb at th* &**•* Kanqrt lb* of Ta*i tor a lta«l«r. Tfe# bartal *f tb\ r*as*ie* of tb* Ut* tertiary (jhMbaa. vat d*rat& «f aay dto- iiiay wh«t«;»t-**r 4» WaahUytroa, Th* tanami wn; f*a#JHM w»*fcla*t<!* -by a trala oa tba ClMHH«MMrib> ftftd Ohio, Iftltroftd aa«lwa#a»at MtbaMatiott br«««t«tary l*m«r aa i bto •Id*. Caw ate Barry. Iba. Cfrwitowa aad bar aoc and daaaiitar ii»mda<iam«r«aMS tottowad cb* baana «a PwuMrftaaU twtto, tfcrowrb tba Whl» Vaaaagrosadft, an root* t» Arlottcvu On- n«tr. T^aFraitdaBt «-d SaeaacarJat.Oini^, ISP aravaBeaNWFY n»™«»raB vara « WHICH —«— t_ j*^;-. J»»CI'«HI-IH •» « i—J»VMHIP v?mgy, d^'-ar-Hc bai~*s*5*««84* for tbelasMMOfi Qarttil* moA Barbatt,modOwswst IBlatwura r—-d. Tbraa *( tba«tbat prt*ao«*» who-, t«tflitb«t •tt'b Bw»»<*4, ban* bw?»,#«saM»fl*d (o ***tb ar» C'^i»ft*l fwieett W. B&sdai, i'y^tomim <«f 0»s*i Sbs«l«as U»»*l PteMls*. ; fnatdae^ of tba ia&xaxm&mm Cb*fflJ*r «f - - Mian*. »a4 famr fbrrar, p«wpirnst*f ol tba jfestb Afne-a Cii^itry Uis- - COl-UW&iA'S RAM SUNK HER. Tba iHaaaaabS- »r«w>» i C«w* ln.« » Off 'j XtmfmM Wawa> Ta. j Tb» «?d f>?*tai«f! »r«*»w Wy*ool'«f. C*j> '| tabft Jwsftj, 1»OSB4 from. Bt'ehae*4, W, tor \ !C«w Terk, raa taw tb« CaiMd StatM cr«»*»r I CfetaaMa at afceat balf^»a*! ttra «*eto«k I a. aat. Stuiwm asaJSMUt far Sewpert Sf«nr* at j tb# ttn*. Tba- crater -ww» «t aa«b«r off i jtvrptftt S»wa. -^ ^ TA<» ffya&okenttvfk -I** prow of tfc» Cn. | iaaibU »D 4 ha4 • bot# cat la the fcrwarr! j fiart ot b*r «*rbo«r4 -•**». tibe sank about j a «jsiirt#r &f a& bo«r aftarwardJa *!«5* feat : of water. AH b w |*i*aa#ftWM4H$«w war* } aavwd, bnt all tba b*e»m»» waa i(S;~aivl ! praha&lr jb# sarrn ftSfta. • Tas flfpapo www i badly wa?iJ-»4. !nj« Ji*foa4 ttii» ES> laSarl»j bra r«j»ft»J. Tb« ColumWa' wa* aa«Bo**d^t vary &<'*T th« pt»?T, la tb« channel of tb« rtrwr »ppo»tt« *t«wp<*ft Hew*, aad w w sat •**aoi from the WyaBokn oa ae«oaat -at tb« iUatsrr of (b« «l««tri«; ItjffcU OB tba pivr. Th* Wyatssk* left BlehinotKl with attfhiaan rfiatanyn» aad a mai l quantity of fKtjtht. The Wyaooka to am aid nAe-wbn*! *t*ass*r, halH at Wpaofto n fo 1970. 9h* fc» 33»^e« loo#. 43 fait bmai, 21.6 itrr. aad fc*.« a «rp-w tftasagi? vt *r*a. 8fe« to rlgjewJ as * tenaa- phr»>dit« fc>rt«- ALABAMA STATE CONVENTIONS. I»«tat»t»* Ciarteit ta <h* $1. Loult Ilrpob* licaa C««i«r«-tlon. ' Two State CottTMUoaa of tbo Bepabllcaa party of AUbaaia ware held at Mo&lgoacry. Oa«> vta 3I^Sjnl«y ac:l tbo otiier acti-Mo- tiaify. Governor Oatas ««fit a no> to Cbairauia Moaely wyHIK that becaate ol the tbrwiS«B'«J trcmbte h» must dacitiQe ti> pmait tbe ns-n '•'• t-\ b»ii •! th* Oeuer^t A«*eaib!y lor th\ <tflc«'atiot;. TJn? Mcb*nl*y aiM>jnset io a JKMic ball, fee ant1-M«KSB!••>•«* a««ml<S«>d to a cottoo Wiurehouw. Thrt'r stieatifr* ravorwl fusJt»D wttis-tb\? Popnltoi* in the ftyAs eJectlocs, and after appofatiiut aoM-McajBley <leli«ffale* ta th* St. Louto CjjJBT«tttiott fhej? ftdioarn*d. TJje M<rK.iai?y Cortrentlaa rhtme t). D. Shelby, C. VT. Cuwklaj*. John W. Jonas c*o|. or*i)jtod Jcttto Pattlford («?lori*t) as «3<tl*- S atw. and la»«ru«i«l th«ta to rote tor Bo- Tb» Popoltoto a too held a eonTenUoD OB the *»m* day, They DotatoaJ^l Ik<!<nsoata- tire Ooodwia for Otivernor, ansl dtrided tbe nominal lias for other Stat* oBees with tho aAtl-Ut&ialey Eep^bSk-atis. at tiw ««B*t ary. Tb* body waa ttflad frt>a tb» beataa b j iJtrhi trooj*r» tttm tm Hret, and tba Itflto f r^«*a^ tb*« w«td^ »t» way tbrcagb th« t*»oUf«litri>»»d»toi_»Mwty m«4* jftwrc ' to trosreftb* o»d outMtos on tb»\hrow of th* htti In etoaw prgatm^y to th*. montimaat 'n Ch&ars) SMtftbts. wlnboat eemnmf «- $wf*<*h* aoasdtnf of \tap» H by a bugler, tba s»dy wiu iaww-4 lata to taat rmibg jtow acid tba p*rty t*tarsw4t» tba dry. Thaw waa no eulitary <il*pUj-. DAMACE TO fLOfWOA CROWS. S*rr»nt OtrU on S<rlt*. Tbe »erVant,jrttia of Superior, Wis,, are. on atrike. Xb«y dacaand an increase la iragw froni *10or 912 a month to 41S, rcRardkiaj of their ability or the work tb*»y baro to do. Tho girl* uare fjrmwl a union aad in alt ca.w» wbero tho deoaand for inerea*fii wacrca h^* bean reluaM the girt*-have quit work;. Tbo housewives who -'bftfTeftmwl to aocod« to tho demands are being tx»y- cottoj, and oaonot pet Riris lor lov« or money. Thorto nro aoout 1000 mambers of tba union, and, aa famaJo labor to teniae, th«y d«ciar« th*y will aland out uotii aiJ ra» oirtra tba. wage* ukod. A Oraatb itt §1% W«*k* »rah«a by a Dla> aattwaa l»t'jr». A h«ary nda, wind and bail atom f*aaed thr»a«h Dad# Oty, ria, tttmtf dasaaga to w^artffd fey mmim ftrowec* and .far««t- nortb and. ens! *} that plaoe. The Brown fcfosbwi rwport th»Sr grwit wat*n»«4on m?t,.' totaSiy rained. & <\ OriiBa> oswaa prap, corn and otb«r «opJi r*'* . m *£fl or dasoaOTd. Thi fco«*s a* « . T. BareUton, two talk*, aatt, waa *i K *i fimp Jto-fouod*ttc*a, .Baatftoa'a adanjbt** wa» (n|nr«>, bat not aaUcnaly. Tba ^6«^r«t B jbmnk* tb«4roBthot *lx waaka H»UHott«aaj!^»d:toh»uincbaiawp. H. H. Brown n»pom hall thraa Inohat d«Vn on *te»innnl*ni«toaf»m . BapoAt show tba tobac^ero|>na»nitwad. Tba «raat*« d*m- ^r« «sfw«a4 in • fttttp two ali« wtdn, ruonitut from aonbwaat to aoatbea*t Later rtpacta »how that tba orop of Mftior C. L. Uwto, «w« iniJe» aortbwut ol Dade, to eoav- pt«atiy daatroyaid. * Wayto* oo tb* War l a Caba. The Uadrld Beraldo pabltohas wn*t twr- <»orta to be a report of an latwio w wfth O^aiiHQtaarftl Waylarta Hataan, whwete T1*J»«\ »» »«««*d to bar* axpmaad the opinion that tt will nxjialrw two year* to \ftP\* the reballion In CuU. and that tt wUl- be neceasary to jscntpora all political nform* oa the toiaed raati tho Uuamotian toemahad. Stiver and Copprr l a Paaacyltaala. A eotnpaay baa boe»>«rfaniaod to pro*r*rt for attrar and eoppar in Wayn* Connty, Peomyrvaala. Thwa am Indication* that th««» oraa **i#t in payfn«- qwntltt«s in the region about South Canaan, and ta* ooro- P*ay na» paid tSS.OOO for an option on MS acrw of land. , Btndaa Dafaata tba Xatabelaa.. A body of Matabthe, numbertnjt fully a thourn4. attack** tba niiet column under Cecil Rhtrtm, en mate ft» m Saltobury for Boluwayo. South-Afttoa.-near Makatoia, and tho natirw wwo nmtUed with thalp S of thirty killed. Tb* reikt column sustained no lost. MeKintar Bolt l a ArUoo.. TbaArinona Territoriaj Bepubiioan State Conrenyon at Phoenl* split, McKln3ey'a friend* boltinc and organisanp. Contastlng deiogaiionn wtil bo sent to 8t. Louto. Tha BatNUion in Nicaragua Ended.. Apdrato cablegram from Mftnagun oh- noonem that thp rebel forces in Nicaragua have •urranderad aad that tho rebellion fa that Bepubllo has ended. „ ? Hlraeb'a Olft to tba Prince of Wat**. It to learned from trustworthy source* that the late Baron Hlrtteh left 45,000,000 to bto friend, th* Prtnou of Walea JOHN HAYS HAMMOND, Tb* ti«»«rlt***< C*t»er •* aa Aaaattcaa Mtolaa Saatwear. The beafca of^ohs Har* Haaavoad, th« Amarlean who wac «ani«aae4 Co death ' for osffl^ttetty la tb* Tratt*T«*! raid. ©oatUmat to (tsaaas uceaalncaa. Ho to i s prtoon at Pfatoria Tba Bo*r Prc«i«aitot party appear » ba naaairBoualy l a faro* of eJamtswry to- ward lb* prteonera, Thty ct-natdar bantob- »«ttt and a aasalt Be* sufnoteat gmtohaaaat. iftt*i|r* Orajforowatt, wbo »ent«nc«d th« prison***, wa* booted upon bto am*ai at HiMinfaetctn, on bto return from- tbeTrsn*- nua Jobn Bare Bamtcosd, wboaa aeat*c» of death for high ti^ason ajtainat th* Tm»»Taai tVorarsmaat - was eocnaiatad by Preatdent Stwgwr. to fatty y**rt old, and to tba ana of Mayor B. f, Baaaoad . of San Fransiaco, who waa fowsarly Tloa-Pr«ct4ant of tha •<i«a>*rn f-fltftc Eailwar. 8e to * gradtuie «f tbaBbaSUM ftwaaifte febot-Uf fate Cal- vatatty. BWtoateollega be waatb* llfeot e*wry compear tiewaeta. B* apest a vnea> tteniatb*«rblta Uoaae, th* guMtot Ocs> araiOraat. Bavi&it c«apto«*d hto conrae at Taia, Wft in intend wwat to Oatusaay and auifltod *nt**'f r f •*f\ff*^\***rf * *[**\\ i\jr \\ \Ttesfaratna; t o ta* Cnlr»detatee. tba yoan« «s«ta«ar waa plae*4 la chaRte ox tb* minlns taaaaa aartay for tbo cenaas of 1SWJ. Thra NEW YOflK STATE NEWS. After «3b» ebatoajaw t»V»fliM«tollss|Mw«a> tatioa « t Klftl ta tb* BejHttttcu a*4 Pe** ***** 9-*9*.*• J5J^*^J» <t_SL_fe Joumadat Aitsnt* wttfi Tb*cbatB>' » innun «Hp-aiw» jro»c« »*r» ataioBMns. be made a practical atttdy of mi-ins methods of Colorado, CaRTornia and tb* other a;cld and tilrer prodnctut State*. _ r TAna.h<8 went to tb* Sonore mtcea In If extoo, and bto faaaa. wbieb bad extended to the limits of bto own country, epreed to Entop*. Harcoittnrt went to Sotilb Afrtoa In the •enrtca of Baraay Barnato. He had a letter of introduction to Cecil Bbodea. When be called to present It Bhodea waa Riving a din- ner party. A* toon aa the guests bad gone SBoaaa turned abruptly to the expert and *ald: \Br. Hammond, I thould like to have yon make roe a proposition.\ Br. Hammond's salary ap to that time had been atf.OOO a year, bat he raised the flirare cheerfully, t o 440,000, and Bhodes saw the raise. Be thereby beeame chief engineer of tb* Chartered Engtteh Company. As Ham- cnond became Rhode*** riffht-baa J man rumor ha* it that the aaiary baa been swelled to 9100,000 a year. Mt. Hammond introducod American methods and really disclosed the miu-v«loua wealth of the African gold fields. Be has tb* rrpntaOoa of betnjt tb* first minlne en- gineer In the world. Re refused sime years ago a flattarias offer from the Chinese Gov- ernment. Mr. Hammond to a man of most agrerablo address and has t\ host of friends. Senator Jones one* declared he could neither be \hulldoEetJ bamhooaled nor\ bought.\ He baa traveled all over the world and done en- gineering work wherever thero nre mines to be worked. Bis home to at JoimnnasOere. Hto wife was Mi. 1 * Natalie Harris, whom be married at Hatf&stown, Md., En 1S8J.. They have two sons. JTobaan JTanko. tb* boatkao wn of tb* Hun- Oariaa eaitcaturtota, baa jtwt died at tb* ag* of sixty-thro*. Hto drawings dumber more . It4a aald that a iarg* number vf tb* artoto- eratle aoeiety paonj* of Berlin rofnae to asso- ciate wtth theKataer o a aceonat of bis rude and arbitrary manners. JemM Ueb8t*an,th*daa1gner of tb* fa- mous yaebt Acnarfca^andor many «tb«f fast Taaaais, djtoa fat K«w Tork a few day* tine* at tbaageof«igbty-«igfat. _ Jostln MeOartby baa r*e*t«e4 upward ol 47S.O00 from tb* sal*of bto 'Htotory of Oar Own Timea,\ aad baa Spent moat of It in ad- Tanetng tb* cans* of JraiaSd. Henry C. rifek, maaa-er of tba Ctrsegie Steal Company, to about t o erect a hoapital for children at PUtcburg.p-ena.,'at a ooatof 4800,000. It will be under tba ear* of the Weld Marshal TamagaU's miiitary rank to higher than that of any other foreigner who baa ever *tolt*d tbto country. Foreign gen- •rate of vartoaa Ktade* batra been entertained bare, bat a Plaid Marshal tt a novelty. Tb* late Bebbt Aaron Wtoe, of Sew fork City,wa*tb*sfath vTtoe ta dire«t4ea«mt to hotd tb* rahbtaicaJ ofltoa. Begot hi* degree Jin phiioaoufey at tb* CnJv*ntfty of Hall*, aad knew the iangoag* aad literature of bto p*o- pla a* few ever get to know them. THE LABOR WORLD. Buffalo, S.T.. ha« 500 union paint*-*. Tolaoo, Obi*, to to have a labor tempi*. Toledo (Onto) pbannafttota hat* a union. Trim employment bareatm are multioly- tog. At Forty Mile, Alaska, miner* get 410 a day. - The United I^tbor LeagoB has determined to go into politics. The B. of L. in New Tork City have a Boar4 of Walking D«96g»te«i Tb* Iran aad S«**1 Company of East Chi- cago bat again gone Into a receivership. General Matter 'Workman Sovereign to about to rnatgn from the leadership of the Entgbtaof JU&or * ; Tb* retail clerics of Denver, Cot., propose to begin a crusad» against the atone which keep open en. Sunday. The next convention of Hotel asd Baatau rant Employe** Kattonal AHiaac* wUi b* held t o Detroit la September, JB4T. \' Prwident Samuel Oompen, ofttt* Ameri- can Federation of Labor, eaya there to a a la- aiaaas ta tabor onion membership. Women .have to a large extent' taken tb* place of men as waiters lo S t Loato, Mo. Tb* former work for H per week—thaiatter were paid 410. Tb* grant Insemaaonal Labor Coagreas at London to being dtocuased ta labor circle*. Tb* tatatwat t e proBt sharing and ee-opevativ* enterprtoeato inbaate. In tb*. rea*w»r of tlm Canadian-Australian mall sci^c* tbe Poatmaater-Gtsneral cf Sew South Waies baa bad inserted in the agree- ment a clanise nrevwaiting tb* emptoymcat of any but white labor. Sola* 1*» workers la a shipyard at West Bay City. Mich., struck tb* other day, when informed that the «stabltohment would here- after partn check*. The ebecxs would have to be caihed at a discount. Coal nrfninc to paytng one pattyitf miner? In the Taken better than gold mining paid them. A 4nd of exeeUent coat waa made re oantly In tbe Forty Mite Creek dtotrtct. and wtth wood at #19 t o 41* • card the coal veta to an excel 1 eat pay streak. Wtth 15,000 itagtttate Italians admitted t o New York within -a few •weeks and 15,900 mot* about t o follow, the chances for the re- ddest unemployed to get work next «aaua«r will be 10,009 leas than they have been dar- ing tbe hard timet of tb* past few months- The Sonh Chicago Kail way Company aJ- lowa It* ctsk employes who have been in its aervfee not. ieas than tare* montaa one-third f ay aad free treatment in tb* company's wpital. If they die tb'? company allows 4» funeral eipenae and gives the family NEWSY CLEANINCS. There are about aOOO lawyers in Mew Tcrfc City. The imalt eat-worm Is making ravages in Califoreia wheat fields. . Horeeifi** carriages are common in the ~ str*eti of Parts, France. A company recently bought SOCi.000 acres of cypresses In Florida at a.'ty cents to 42 an acre, % Senator Lahing's bill r«qairing railroads to carry bicycles as baggagw l a Ohio haa be- come a Inw. The Arisoaa Agricultural Experimental Ptat ion has made successiui experiments in the culture of ramie. The Now York Stock Exchansro has oram- ized a eommtttee to prosecute a vigorous war on the bucket shops. Louisville, Ky.. expects to entertain not less than 25.000 wbeeimeh at the National meet of tho League of American Wheelmen in August. The committee on textbooks of the Omaha Board of Education bas determined to in- troduce a boot of Bible selections' into tho public cahoots. The spring exodus from the provinces to tbe United States has begun, and the home seekers and work seekers are entering Maine literally by the hundreds. Balitngtoo Boothsays that hie father or- S5i THt ssWPBFfi _______ m ,_a*__^_______(' j___, _H_a*M> Halt* a Million Tire ID Farle, Texas. The entire south si do of the business part of Parts. Texas, was destroyed by fire. The Barnes were fanned by a high wind, and the fir* department was unable to cope with tho conflagration. The estimated loss is nearly half a million dollars, and is only partWly eovered by insurance. Among the buddings destroyed are the telegraph and post offices. A Cawadbtaret Caus«* a Train Wrack. A cloudburst at Bayntond, Iowa, washed out tb* track and derailed the Illinois Cen- tral fatt Jlmited train for Chicago. Two coaches war* overturned, and several pas- inagai* Injured, BOS*, aow»m, uAngtrousl*. dered the Salvation Army in this country to* stop displaying the American Bag and eagle, and that to why he seceded. The rat* committee of the Southern Pas- senger Association has established a uniform rate of twenty-nv* cents on each bicycle checked on a passenger ticket tor all dis- tances. „,.... The North Dakota ml* man has invented a machine for washing .wheat before it Is ground, and it is said to work successfully. A witness • in a Dover (England) court expressed, with a whistle, her surprise at a bit of testimony, and was at once fined 410 for cpntempt. Being unable to pay she was sent to jail. William A^Sachtleben, who went to Ar- menia som* months ago to search for the murdered bicycler Lents, and bavins tonnd the murderers, tried in vain to bring them to justice, has returned to New \fork. Th* new aldermen of Chicago are very much surprised t o find that tho otvil service rales in fore* lathe municipal servioe pre- vent their putting their friends and backers at once into soft places at the pnbttc crib. ben war* crowded to tbetx fall eajpatitx, many of lb* sy*ctators b*tng*HNr»sn. Big basket* of 44»wm*4ors*dtb*4«*ka of Br* presiding officer* aad thanr «f tb* SAtntowa. inthatemat*tn*e*waftbwt oa* araawata- tton.tbat of a gold wateb to atottb»apa> a U«i* teisin«awLletatwaftW-Oov*«w*B«Jt*a closed the session. ' Bafon ttomQpwcwim* UM bill fixing tbe tax rate foe i^9*af was p*-wd by both Hoose*... Maay bfito W*M r*eetr*d by tbeSeoahs fromtM Aaaatmblf _»;e««*tt W eBe*^ , ;*a*;-•-\'•'' ••\-•• Balne* Blanket Ballot •sW'toeO'l* th* Oovarnor. ,__...,...-_,._ order of tb* Mr, Beoator SnlMvatf* hilt pUcsng tbeatra* and ptaoea of amnswnaat uiiderTl«sapatwto»ooot tb* Stat* «fte*6t* v InspectoriWaa taken on and pft**ad W W 10. The itonate pasted atoo H. T. Aadirewa's Wll providing that peraoos racei viag aalartes from New Tor k tStr ahalf, when aflxing their Sixaatares t6 the pay roil, atoo state tb*hr reaidebc*. Ltoorenaat-Oovevaor Sax- ton a^poiat«d tb*a*S««atora to a*r**on the Bains* Lapt lavesUaado* r OommHteet B-fn**, Naaabaam. Biggins, ford and Foley. Th* Settata con^rmed tb* aotniaatten*' of Daniel O'Learr,of Olen* PaJtt, t o beFaetory lospeetor and/ . B. Barker to b*^;a«torani Paetory Inspector. Tb* eioatag exercises la th* Aaasratily win mow extended than those in tb* Sonate, bad no fewer than six times did on* of th* ofli- oialsmonnt a long ladder to tha lofty time- piece and torn back tb* hands to at*** oil the hour of Snal adiournmsnt. There were preeeots of diamonds or of aflT*v- war* forgpeakerPtoh. tb* Itopnbile*mto*d*r, tyOradj, tbaD^oeratlc laafe , Siaaebflild, Clerk Baxter, Asalatant Clark Bawtoy, aba Sercaant-at-Arms Beiahardt. Mr. Btancb- Beld lad off by asking naanimona eonaent that he should tak* eharg* of th* Bona*. B* then direct ad the 8erg«ant-at-Arms to bring betorethebarthefion. Hamilton Ptoh. Aa Mr. Piab entered there was appiaaa* and Mr.StancbfteJdmade* anoech laodatorrof the Speaker. Mr. StanehSeld omptimented Mr. O'Orady oa his talrness aa aa a4T*«i»ry. B* tbekt preeeated t o Mr. Flab, in bohatf of the House, a handsome gold andstivarpnaeh bowl Speaker Fish expressed hto thanks in en expropriate sneech. Sir. Norton had Mr. OOraJybrought before tb* bar, aad pre- seated t o bint a diamond bin. Mr. Bobbins S resented a set of silverware to Mr. Staneh- ekL Br. O'Qraay give * diamond ring to Colonel Archie Baxter, Clerk of the Assem- bly, and Mr. Rixoa foiiowed it up wtth **tl« ww tea service fromtheoss*staateterks. Mr. Tr&inor preaeaied the gift for Sargeant-at- Arros Brfnbartt. end Mr. Armstrong for As- sistant Clerk Hawley. After the prtoes bad bees dist rlbuied. Speaker Fish resumed th* chair and brought the sassion to a eJoa* wtth a speech. - ^r~~ Ctoaad Cotrarft Itaaslag of nay*! Arcaonm. Tbe Grand Council of th* Royal Arcanum of the Stat« of Bow Tork held its eighteenth anaoalasasioa, lasting two days, in Wwter- t&wn, with a large atteadanoe of dalentea. On the Sag day Grand Begaat J. F. EWc* deilvered his annual «<dr*ss.-reviewing tb* work of the order during tb* last year aad during the three years In which he has been the chief officer. Twenty-twoo«w eouneila wer* granted commissions dnring, the oast rear. In three years 15.000 members have been initiated in the State, aad thirty^lvo oouncUs have bean instituted. Tbe report of Grand S«er*»ry / . ¥. Bi*J»nll shows that ; tb* torsi ttismbership orthe order l a Tba Brate is 43.919, a a Inereaae dnring 1893 of 4150. The ratio of expenses to beneflta paid in l8«Sistwoand<in*-thtra per c*bx. The report of George CoiUns, Grand Tnacorer. showed that 430.6f3.21 had t>een paid out on orders durinx tb* year. - Supreme Begent Pound aad other members of tbe Snpram* Council wet* l a attendance. At tba second day's session th* following oAwn were elected: Bepresentati v«s to the Suoreme Cosuieti--jrcsttn F. Prie* and W. T. Holland, of Brooklyn; Arthur A. KUpat. rick, of New Tork City, aod Jay Wili^sge, of Syracnawf Grand Bogent-Jamaa A. Bbw> don, of New fork City; Grand Vlos-Begeat —Victor B. Blendon, of Buffalo; Grand Orator-William A. Oriftth, of Brooklyn; Grand gacretnrv—J. T. Bicknell, of Bwffalo- Grand Treasurer—George K. Coilina. of Syracnc*: Grand Chaplain—Stephen Oallot of New fork Cityj Grand Guide—Howard Wiggins, of Borne; Grand Warden—Nelson A. HcBride, of • Patehogoe, L. L.- Grand Sentrv—Georgw L Baker, of Watertown, There wer* 30S delegates present, aad Ni- agara Falic was selected as the next meeting place. - ' State Tax Kste, «.«» amis. Stat* Comptroller J*mw A. EobertsseEtto Qiairman O'Grady, of the Asses&blT,.Ways and Means Committee, th* aaaaai tax levy bill which was passed by the Legislator*. Th* rate'to fixed at 3,49 mills. Last year the rate was 3.2t mills. Tbto tax will rate* saw work on the cAaals. 4M7,aSS for tbe canal debt, $ 1.185.865 tor the maintenance of th* canals, e*S6.m. for estraordinary ex- penses of the cacai*. and 44,341,114 for the State oareof th* insane, making a total of •U.7SLS3?. ' The aggregat* assessed valuation of tbe property of tb* State, as returnable by tb* Board of Supervisors, to **,3S8.7U,903. Twenty-two ona-hnadr*dths of a mill tor. general purposes will yield 4981,- H«: ninety-three one-hundredth* of a mill for free schools wtti vtel dJ4^82,90S; tlte-one-hnndredtbs of a mill for new work oa canals Witt yield 4tit,«K; thir- t*en one-hondredtb* of a mill for payment of canal debt will ylttld fS4l,l4t; and canal tax for mainteaaae* aad ordinary rapatrs, tweaty-aix one-bnndredths «fa4aBI,'4*vUK,- 843; canal tax fox «xtraordiaary expeaaes, ten one-h03idre*Hto^1s asftl* 4484,8711 State care of insane, onemia, e*^SS8,7U. Total. 4U,T51^S7. ^ Bills Signed by lb * Ooverswe. Governor Morton hasjslgned tb* following Mils. ^^° ^ Chapter 494—Mr. Stanchfield's, providiaa that a justice of the Appellate Divtoionof the Supreme Court, except in the Pint ttopart- meat, shall receiva, not to exceed 4I&0O a year for expenses whan he sits with a oourt outside of tbe county in which he lives. Chapter 381—Mr. Post's, authorising the Stat* to sell to tb* United States certain- property in New Tork Harbor for lighthouse purposes. • . •hapter 392—Senator Hlgbie's, relative to the compensation and duties of tbe Sheriff of Richmond County, and relating to tha oommitment ol tramps and vagrants la tbe County Jail. Chapter 388—Senator Ford's, increasing the annual appropriation for the College of tbe City of NeWTodfby 445.000. Chanter 406—Senator Brash's, authorising Brooklyn to spend 9100,000 to erect the museum building of the Brooklrn Institute of Arts aad Sciences. Chftpter41*—Mr. Stanehfleld's, providing that all case* of offences bvor against a child ondet sixteen years old shall hare prefer- ence over oth«r cases on the calendar* o! the courts by which each case* are to be tried. V ^ General K*wat The bill appropriating 42500 for a eel* bration of the one hundredth anniversary ol the establishment ol the Legislature at Albany, passed both houses. Volney H. Sweeting, ex-County Clerk aad ex-Tr*asarer of Wayne County, dkd at Mftione, from phthisis. He was a promi- nent Republican aad served two terms as Deputy County Clark, one term a s County Clerk, and was In his teooad tern as County Treasurer wh«n h* resigned because,;*f BK aesa. He had a brlUiast military record,. John F. Cahni County Traasurw aai* promjnaat Bepubilcaa, died atGldTsrsvlUe. ag*d forty-two yearn. ffu ^% JSsstssfd fltofvmsttrag »oi»f»*» apg-asH **y ism ttw fjNMk taw* %mStmUBiw» AvAes^da4ly:fs)osipt* of ttsb CaaJasstodatfavgato. •, ^iwHSfflf^fr iK0OV|PHBto* ••**»*«•« *l_2£l?& aeewry/a&tbi............ . 4a«t>-l^ttlex*«,waft*.faaey l^cf*ssa,foodtoprim*.. tat* Faetory—Part skian, launajii...,.,* ; .... Fast atrial* etmlfw -* swt Jt io S W0k t),«B w '• # 4 «4 S «f 3 « II • - • VW4& »><•• - 4» ,4»» 444tV w • m« 9M ** 4*f m t* wt n » .,. \• jP0|JPsW a * Nl ^sT^swA0_r* «•••• . PsplirtplWft™ x'O'Mst -.,„,. ..•••. I>-«k *gp . »do x ^. . \' aouMs* asm rxaa. flpnii\ Mai ma 11TT ilinlnn — tip 1JR Medtaaa, 184S, oboloe...... 1» f>ItT|aJ 1^ tiW. choiee......... . — #114 Bad Udmay, 1444, choice.. — # 14* WWt* kWney, 1445. choice, I4S #J44 Black turtle soup. 1895..... - «h 144 Lsma,OftJL,I49B;»aoitw . l47K#lsw - Gi**ap*aa,bbto............. 75 # tTJlg; rxtrrta asm aaaatxs—rax»*. ^ Oranges. CaL,*box..... . .. 400 # 414 Orapea,Catawba, Vbasket... — sj — - State, wbasfcat... JS,.,.... •'—• # — Anplea; Ben Davts, *ftbf.... SM #» 4» 'Itaaw-t. .»'.., ..''?....... J3 ! -4JI444 Baldwia.;.,.,\:. ~.s*i..„ .-*» ».*» Cranberries,J<^*ey.«crate . TS «lil Strawberrtos.ria., Pqt... 4 @ SB iron. Sfcst*~M95,ehotee,1< to..... - ffi S ' W»S,oommontofair....... 3>i» 4 PaeiflcCoast,«hoU».... - <Q T Oommontoprime........ . 3 « 4 Oldodda, 1444....... 1X9 Vf BAT AID *nUW. Hay-Prim*.»100 ft. 97j<« 100 Clov*r mixed...,. Straw—Long ry*.... mm m # so • Brat* Ross. *\bW 73 # 104 fsaek.... . — -44-144 Sweet, rbbl 200 ff SN Cabbage, derate . 440 # 300 Onions, white. *bbl . SO # 140 Tellow. 1ibtt,.„ 53 #109 Squash, Hubbarrf. *» W »* # 1 00 Ofttery. * dox. stalks ..... 13 #144 Carrots,......^.. |» 40 104 Turnip*. Buasla............ . SO (»; 75 Watercreaa. 9100 hunches • 1 SB « 8 50 Bhnbarb.* 100bunches.. ..240 QiS* lattnee,wbasket SO # i«0 Tolmatoea, ?carrier 150 #2» Green peas, 4basket IS& ®.17 T String beans, derate...... . ISO «B 350 Beets. T> crate. 13? ® 1 75 KaKBhb t - ffllOO Spinach. »bbl ;. IM SU|» Asoatagns. * dor bunches.. 100 A 400 Bad^sa, 9MM .- , 109' #4 00 Eggplant.*box... . . S00 ««04 MVX roPLTM fowtojB -ib.v... t^i — « 10 Spring chickens. * pair... . 60 O 90 Boosters, old, * ft — & 4 TAirk*ys,»».. - «B 10 Dttflk*,»pair.4....;..,. . «0 # 40 Gees*,»pairi.... ^75 #104 r^geons,*pair 25 # 45 nsxssxt) rocxTav. Torkeys. •»... 11 © 14 Ohlek*as.PhUa.fair ....... 13 @ 14 Weatern, dry picked....... 8 ® 9 Fowls.*ft. . 7 (3 8 Ducks,*lb IS • 17 Geese,* ft.. 9 0 11 Squabs,Udox ISO #490 aaarit. rr c •fifflDtr—City Patents *5tt= # 160 Spring Patents .....883 # 404 Wheat—So. S Bod. 35 #74 May... §^-74!* Com—No. 2 --» © 37>» Oats-No. 3 White — <p 96 Track. Whit*«»,;.. 2S ® 24}*: Bye-No.S.W*_h»ra......... - & 45 Baetey—F*edinc...... . .... 87 @ S8 Seeds—Timothy,* 100....... 350 p 40T•-- Clover... ........; 675 #835 l-ttd—Clty steam....... . .- *.53c # 4.55a ' - • tXVX STOCX. ' Beeves, city dressed «* a» T Milch cows, oom. to good _. — # — ' Calvas, city dressed .- 5 9 8 Country dressed 4 ® 7 Sheep, ¥100lbs..., .....365 #404 I«nh*,TM44f>B.,....: ,454 # lSt% Hog*—Live, v 100 tba 385 #435 Ptwased 3 # 4 coMPrriToa SEIZED Ofr CUBA. Captared With Arms, AflaoauaitJam and. rtUbaaton. The Spanish gttaboat Mesagara has amp tared, near Beracos, oa tbo northern coast of thejprovince of Pinar del Bio, Cuba, \tbe -Amattoaa schooner Competitor of Key West, loaded with arms aad ammunition for 'the insnrce-ts for which she .was seeking a landiag place. On board of th* schooner were the rebel leader, Alfredo Laborda, Dr. Bedia, correspondent of El Mosquito, a Key West newspaper, and three others, ail of Whom we n arrested. The schooner's cargo consisted of 39,000 cartridges of different makes aad designed for different styles of weapons, many pack- ages of dynamite aad a large number of case* containing Mauser and Bamingtoa TtflBs. Th* vessel, and her cargo, together With th* prisoners wer* taken to Havana. Shortly after discovering the schooner tb* gunboat opened fire upon her, killing three of her company. Many others of those oa board thereupon sprang into tb* water and swam ashore. The fire of the gunboat was returned by the Competitor. ' The prisoners have been lodged in Morro Castle, They will be tried by a naval court martial. *»*w A Cretan* tapes Oat * ToWn. A severe cyclone struck near Sp4nc*r, Booth Dakota, destroying farm property and doing immense damace to crops. Tb* little town of Epiphany was completely wiped out, not a boiidittg being left standing. Thra* persons were fatally ana fifteen moreorless seriously Injured. A family ot flvtrHs re- ported fciiieo. outright near Moatroea. Bask With «OQ Paraoaa. A collision occurred at Woosaag, China between tbe steamer* Newchwaogand On wo* The Utterg sanks and over 230s persons,r mostlye Chinese, were, drowned. ai&sa&g ts scare*. Ginsen i scarce thi yea in th Big Study Valley Ky., from whence much of the ginseng produced In this country usually comes. For som* reason tbe mount- aineers have neglected th« Industry during the, last year or so. Ginseng is now worth 43.90 a pound, but the price to likely to la- crease considerably vary soon. .r^,'. , No £taj ft-r Holmea. Governor Hastings, of Pennsylvania, re- (as»d a reapltt in the caw* o t H. E. Holmes, sentenced to be hanged in Philadelphia oa May 7 lot th* murder of Benjamin F. Fltes*k

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