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dOMME RCIAL. T?AT TV A T OCjD JLJTl.1 VOLUME V. NUMBER THEIR DEAD. BURYING Monster Demonstration Bj A the Striking Miners. MILITIA THE OX GUARD. April 4. Th situation region baa not materially chasged. Th feeling prevails that so long aa the militia remains there will be do wore It is feared that unlees the etrike ie settled before they are called home depredation will be renewed ai soon aa their backs are turned. The feeling among the strikers is intensely bitter, but they are careful to commit noovertaet and content themselves with scowling at the militia, and murmuring in unintelligible tongue. I Some apprehension is felt that an outbreak will occur at the funeral of the victims this afternoon. The etrikere are massing at Scottdale and the largest demonstration ever held in the country ia expected. The funeral will start from Mount Pleasant at p. ru. The cortage will reach Scottdale an hour and a half later. The march to the Catholic cemetery then w ill be taken up. Not lees than ten thousand coke workers will follow the bodies to the grave. The ' bodies will be buried in a long trench dug this morning. Every precaution ha9 been taken to prevent trouble. The saloons have been closed for the day. Five companies of the Eighteenth regiment, under command of Col. Smith are on the ground. From 9 o'clock yesterday morning until 10 o'clock today a line of foreigners, about one in ten who could speak English, tiled around the bier upon which the, dead lay. Sobs and groans were Trd on every side. Crowds collected which the about the clothing victims had last worn. Judging from t.hpir ACtinna thpv will nmva i'itirA fn the men who did the shooting. It is well known among the citizens that the livea of Captain Lour and the deputies will be in jeopardy should the rn.ilit.it be with drawn. There is no to doubt the. strikers are. determined n .1 , wreaar vengeance eventually upon me people responsible for the death of their countrymen. W Hms having quietly departed for during, the night. The coke Scott-Hal- pany v IU n not making any effort to is ill 1" . UL . . bUO .t i C L L e com- get men ItCID, . i . i m v$dbt "JinougQ loe meu uave ueeu uuv ui a month they still eeem to vVt have cc jtuderable money, and from out- ward j.j.pearaoce are not suffering for anytbuy. In the Mt. Pleasant bank is a large list of depositors whose savings r rang from 130 to 1000. Of this money very little has been withdrawn. How these people live without drawing money is difficult for Americans to understand. To those who have no money the labor organizations furnish small sums. The etrike is likely to continue indefinitely. The Fault of the leaders. Pittsburg, April 4. H. C. Frich, the rtr.m vTQMnr Qnva t.ha nnt.VirAfllr in i.ha coke regions should be laid at the door of the cunning labor leaders, who for selfish purposes incited them to riot. He denies importing a man. Burial of the Strikers. Scottdale, Pa., April 4. A special of the funeral train bearing the bodies seven victims of the Morewood shooting, arrived here at 2:30. The public square was not spacious enough to hold the great crowds of people. The procession moved at 4 o'clock, headed by two bands. There were fully 8,000 people at the depot but scarcely half this number went to the cemetery and a large majority of these that did follow the remains were Poles, Slavs and Hungarians. American flags were conspicuous and a number of delegations carried banners. The workmen nearly all wore badges Fathers Marabing and and crape. Scbmeigle conducted the funeral services according to the rites of the Catholic Church, and Father Sohmeigle delivered an address in the Polish lanreguage, counseling his countrymen tocomturn peaceably to their homes; to mit no breach of Maw and to abstain from intoxicants and shun the saloons. Rev. Mambing made a brief address in English to the same effect. There was not the least disturbance and everything passed off in a manner creditable to the workmen. After the funeral a great mass meeting was held at Everson. Speeches were conservative in tone, but the men were encouraged to remain steadfast. The responsibility of the Moorewood shooting, Vice President Penna said, was on the shoulders of the guards and the coke companies. The town is quiet tonight and the large crowds have gone to their homes. A sensation was caused here today when four men, masked and armed entered the office of the electric light plant and asked if that was the office re-of H. C. . Frick & Co. When the clerk plied in the negative, the men stated they intended to burn Frick's office. They left the place and have not 6ince been seen. i Gonld and His Son George. Wasiiinotow, April i. Gould and his son George had a long conference with The Wanamaker. question of the Pacific Mail Steamship line, of which George Gould is president, in connection with the new postal subsidy act was discussed. George stated that ho was willing to guarantee whatever moneys might be granted the stearuehin company under that act, would .be eipwidod to creating Postmaster-Genera- l L. RCDKIS as au tsmts the , ttoo of increased faCu.lM oo the I uufi Pacinc the Tt telegraph tolls, however, 1 His Not ibeai of talk. Next J uu Crincjpal ld, djraji. iu MCE i" MORNING, 'APRIL 5. 1691. to Jo.bl to Elaine is Very Wae-amake- r, fr; St G. ixief . U Bfcr ocular;; well-to-d- Say-war- 1, Hfc!' ei ita reaperit Ctl Ati&eUe of lul.fx. sfeere s be Oc sjTived at rrctr d sad trce other i'lki (! T&ee Rr-por- 1 aerud of eodx.t let-to Prince Ferdinand sx4 Li e. ti er tL Pricone Oemeeti&e, and to iL GreasouS. tbe Bulgarian ,j;ter of are it tbsrty-tao-u- t-- forern of the Burmese Bute t lrft onthtfwd of tL Atactic aod gum JJ grtly it dofecs ot ilalax. Warthe-- sur-Wi- tr Socbuockoff. a frotn sUm.1 to THE REBELLION Von lapmiof icstartly sutborued the I'ihou-- 1U...VX r liruo ra. A repreaect Kuasia sine Ler owe Batw tss tews witfediaB. tfcano;iur Yon h-tr- Xot Exaggerated. Urn Liv coommt run to ii.ki.tier of ot to KILLED. sc . Geo. Herbert left tUrn. f.r m:t lb riJ trote in IX CHILI. t Bank t'aLier. April Jol.a U l Ua.mucd.of th Men-tac- t s tational bsek, aenountd tooigbt that the baiik ka through the irrrulanti f Cah-e- r Lo suicided lljoaias Gadsden, yebterday, will r.Q,(HK StVAjiSAH, t-- President El-edWill Sot 1 Settlinr Afronnu. rcb XotwItLcUndfnj Frequent CAnas, Olio, April 4. Albert Eeniis, Eevme and Portion Preparine fur War. bo m arrested s week ao kr sbuot-icCitt or Mcxioq, April at UmOtTTUt 3ebii,der. with it Lett nae been retvived to th effect that th to kdl wss Uit-- from tb d tudav to April 4. Natives of Mam-puth hotel to pay s bdl he owed. At" the have arrived Ler sr.d rejnrt that government of Guatemala will undoubthotel edly increase ber force on th Salvadraught if poisun ChiWOomaiidsioner Jnoies W. O, a in ton, dorean Lnd died xa after arJ. frontier, oaicg to th belief that taken prisoner at the time of the tuaesn-cre- , Salvador lros -- W--il drui so tut fv Con- aiBce Wacaniaker Used tL schedule of rate which the goverceiect ciliatory. ihall pay the WterB Union tor telegraph Berrio. Tfc Western Union refused to accept I bene but conWILL AWAIT THE RESULT. tinued to perform the service. Tn m that the jrovereoient paid aothiag far it use of the telegraph a.nt that Uaae, and the amount cow due the arc I'w harrt-company has reached Urge proportiona. Iulun ytiirrjmfD Gould talked the matter over with luenlt to for vffrrinc a but no deanite conclusion was American the Flajr. reached. Gould and his son subsequently called on the president, Secretary Fueter and Secretary Tracy and Ntw Vcek, April 4. The Mail and spent a abort tints in the society of each. Express Las a rble from Iloui oo tL It is learned that these visits were merely prn-L- t t.tufctHc. A mutual fnecjof social in character and Lad no political tli correspondent and Premier Kudisi or financial significance. obtained a etatenietit froai KudmL The premier said Le harbored nooe but th CROP PROSPECTS. moet friendly sentiments toward the L'nited btates. These Lave not really A Review of the Week From an leen disturbed by the actioo, w hiuh he felt called upon to take as a representaStandpoint tive of the Italian peopla, upon being The weekly officially made acuainteU Washinotox, April with the New crop bulletin says: The season continue Orleans affair and the pneition lilains is late and, owing to the exceeeive rains, obliged to have taken in the matter. muddy roads and cold weather, little lie Lad co inten'ion of any farm work has yet been accomplished in demands and was .content pushing with having states. Cold and the northern rainy taken one etep as a protect weather has retarded the growth in the against whatpositive he w as led to believe at the states of Ohio and the upper Mississippi time wa neglect on the part of the valley. But generally throughout the Fnited States to protect the lives of winter wheat region wheat, fruit and Italian citizens in America, under the pRRturage continues in good condition. provisions of the treaty. lie expressed The ground is in excellent condition himself as awaie that to do anytliiag in the spring wheat region of Minnesota more at this juncture would be a grave and Dakota. Excessive rain have also his part, as he has perfect confierrorjon in and retarded the work Kentucky dence in the sincerity and justice of the Tennessee, w here the season is reported United States. Finally, he said: from two weeks to a month late, (iraes "I shall now wait further deand wheat in these two states are doing tails of the Newsimply Oi leans affair; the well, but snow and the freeze of last charact era of the slain men, of the night will probably injure the fruit, as Lrjuisiada authorities and of the intenthe trees are reKrted in bloom. It is tions of the United States government. also prooable that damaging frosts w ill But whatever these may be, I am quite occur tonight as far south as the north- sure that the settlement will be thorern portion of the Gulf states. to both parties, and oughly satisfactory Oregon reports showers and but little that the friendship which binds the two spring seeding done. No damage has cations will remain unalterable and lieen done to fruit by recent frosts. The secure. fall wheat is doing finely. Reports from California indicate tr.at the weather for An Italian Outrage. the week has not been favorable, alNew York, April 4. A Kingston, reno baen has as damage though yet New York, says: Considerable ported. The absence of precipitation and excitement dispatch exists at Lefevare Falls over the dry north winds retard growth and bake the ground. Rain is greatly needed. an outrage by a number of Italians in the quarries there. The Crops are turning yellow in the foot employed hills. The prospects for fruit is re- Italians held a meeting and adopted resolutions the citizens of ported good. In southern California New Orleansdenouncing and American instructions forward are coming crops favorably. in Tbey then hoisted the general. 6ugar beets are satisfactory to planters. American flag on a hich pole and riddled it with bullets. The quarry owners Hadn't Heard of It. hearing of this, discharged the men. Washington, April 4. Mr. Tsui Kwo Yin, the Chinese minister, and y'j-t. .. HcM ti iVtwOeFXyIfaH-- . arrived last night A nJI.II - - -- .v Sx. d - . Arril 4. - fins. calhd the i ' ' ......tmm'C' W as the minister could not be seen called Joseph, Ma, says that Dr. William L. attention of Mr. Ho to the telegram Leach, of St. Joseph, ia one of the Amerfrom San Francisco published in the ican citizens held in Italy by the Italian evening papers to the effect that the government. His family received a disChinese merchants in San Francisco patch from him yesterday, which is the would forward to Washington a protest first knowledge they have had he was in against the appointment of Senator Italy. Blair as minister to China. Ho, evidently speaking by authority, said that A Terrible Traaredy. no information regarding such a protest St. Paul, April 4. A special to the had been received, and he was confident Press from Pembina, N. D., says: should it arrive the minister would not Pioneer One of the bloodiest tragedies in the present it to the president. He believed of Pembina county occurred Senator Blair would be acceptable to historyBowermont near today at the residence and of China. the people government of Robert where Fred Bartlett Blair, minister to China, shot and Irwin, wounded Thomas mortally was among the presid jnt's callers today. H. G. Hill and M. Irwin, and He confirmed the report that he was an hour later blew his own brains out. going to China, but said he did not ex- It appears that Fred and Thomas Bartpect to leave for several weeks. He says lett, knowiDg McConnell was at Irwin's his sentiments in regard to the question of Chinese immigration have been mis- house, went there for the purpose of him, claiming he had seduced represented by a number of newspapers. killing He is willing to stand by his record on their sister under promise of marriage then married another woman. that question, and does not care to andMcConnell was shot twice at the barn answer newspaper attacks on him per- v hen he ran to the house up stairs. He sonally. was followed by the Bartletts and shot again. He got out through a window The Behrin? Sea Fisheries, and started aeros9 the prairie, where he Washington, April 4. Attorney Gen- was followed and shot twice again. Hill Taft General Solicitor Miller and eral while shot were Irwin and defending had a conference with the president this McConnell. Tom Bartlett is under armorning in regard to the Sayward case, rest at Draytoc. All parties are o involving the jurisdiction of the United fai mers and married, neighboring States over the Behring sea fisheries, the odo that took his own life. pending before the United States su- except The of United court. return the preme In Principle Only. States judge of Alaska and other docuParis, April 4. The international ments in the case were carefully concommerce congress', in session in this sidered. amendment offered by Ottawa, April 4. Sedgwick, deputy city, adopted an minister of justice, says there is no foun- the delegates of the British miners, acd cepting the proposal to organize a gendation for the statement that the case will be withdrawn from the su- eral etrike in principle only. The English delegates acceded to the preme court of the United States; that in reply to Blaine, Lord Salisbury inti- proposal of the Belgian delegates to mated that the suit would in no way support the strike in the event of some postpone or stop diplomatic correspon- fact being proved that the foreign mine dence in regard to the Behring sea case. owners were engaged in sending coal to The Sayward case will come up again be- to Belgium. Congress then closed. fore the court on the return to the writ of prohibition on the 13th inst. Up Goes Glass. St. Louis, Aprii 4. The war that has Notes From the Capital. been waging between the manufacturers and window glass for the past Washington, April 4. R, W. Hearst, of plate reached its end, and it is preson of the late Senator Hearst of Cali- year has fornia, has just established in this city a dicted by a leading St. Louis dealer that bureau to carry out the provisions of the the price of glass will advance from 20 bill championed by his father and passed to 30 per cent, exclusive of rebates, to by the last congress, providing for the dealers within the next few days. payment of the Indian depredation Ill Wall Street. claini9, which will probably amount to f2O,O00,000 or mora New York, April 4. The stock marThe bill transfers the jurisdiction over ket in the main showed a decidthese claims from the interior depart- edly today tono and some marked adstrong to of court elaims ment to the extending vances were scored among the few stocks dealso alltcases an examination, It which led the market, nfter the publiclares void bII contracts between the cation of the b. ' ppvinent, there was client and the attorneys, and will effect a slight recossi the li6t. The entire hundreds of attorneys who already have list is high torn' ut and sugar is up contracts inasmuch as their efforts so fur Rock Island 14, and sugar referred, 1 will be lost, should their clients desire to cent. Governments dull but steady. per new assistance. legal employ Hearst's bureau will be called the Canadian War Preparations. "Examiners,"' in honor of his San Francisco newspaper. Chicago, April 4. A special from Ottawa, Ont., says: Two important anOffers of Volunteers. nouncements confirm the previous state ment that Gen. Herbert, th" nnw com Washington April 4. Offers of volun- mander-in-chieof CantM';i militia, f teers for service in the army incase of fivra the war are still coming to the war depart- brought epeaial' inBtrucMoi ment. Acting Secretary Grant today re- English war oflieo to ejee' I, : rengthen for ceived telegrams from Alabama, Missou- the defeneae of Canada and ; fcivo in ri, and South Dakota to the effect that the necessity of putting ,i v the senders were prepared to bring the field. The first ie a wjueet to t! governlarge numbers of volunteers to the govment, which has tbe fon.u of a tAimmand, ernment Sfvrice, PRICE FIVE CENTS, kr ;proprit,:ik tii ti eeure t jrx of xUm.i (JL'iNTON WAS mm eta l ILwroitiy dr:lli in Jut. tJurs a t x,bs.lrof !x(!il eioid f i TALK. tu Pa, st inPiXA&Ajrr. the cuke 2-- ne lines. Tb queebev of rate on telgTi h boDaa item Ju'y UTAH, SUN DA rat, Threats Slide Tlut Vrnjeanre Shall Be Vlite4 On lie Depntie for the Deaths of the Sfiner. Moi OGDE: 1. a Ee-len- , g 4.-- Advk r !,. od THE U'JBMO.N COXFEEEK'E. Lund, CBUiu and Other Aplle of the Ceirch Addrt the Assembly. Salt Lake, April 4. -- The Mormon church confe'eace opneJ today. President Woudruff, in hi address, congratulated the 8a nt on God beicg with them and adv sed all to lead pure live. Apostle Lund, Merritt and others urge f tithe paying ai:d the important standing ty the priesthood. Land d welt on the wti Kednee of the eople in Missouri and Illinois who had driven out the SaiDU because thy obeyed the demands, and tinorge O,. Cannon then called on the people to go to work raising sn'or beets to supply tr,e new factory at Lcl.i. The Sugar Trat. New York, April 4. The sugar trust was before the committee of the state senate agnin today. Theodore Have-meye- r said the American sugar refinery company bd nothing to do with the California refineries; there was nothing in the report that the refineries were going to combine and raise prices; the cost of the refining here whs greater than in any other "ountry. d(d A letter to the witness lii-vin- o wp.-'-'M- flna u11 tofeSJJ une inou Tl.a. "WwWas ()f ,t Ul III rOBHM Til li. trust investigate It ktatMthat fMt week an WM mtered int w. tween agreeing sugar t t Rnd a!1 lhe Xmwi, can rehner.es of lj,e one t Rnd r11 th ftfked" wn I t principal wholes,. BrocerB cf the Unit of the sen.i ..f. That the American r enes are to one grocers fitvlhceQt tQ , diBCOUDt , biUa for gether one are sugar paid .slnone Week from the date or ue'jn return tne grocers pledged theniFve8 Kot to purchB6e any States prt intends sending furemi to th same pict- - President lUrillas, of Guatemala, in an interview today said: Guat desires peace with her neighbors detail emala Cauitta, April and will proioke war. She will concerning the capitur of Fort Thabat, maintain not ace as long as eheean honornear Manipur.thesceneof the recent masable so." do sacre show that the Uritish foro, which earned the worke by assault, cumbered CANADA IS FRIENDLY. onlveighty Indian troH. The garrison of the fort w as composed of U O M an i purs, but the onslaught of the British was so A Proportion for Mntnal Conmsion tierce that tb alrM"" Heil in wild disWill be Made. order. Ileinf jrcements have been disOttawa. April 4. S.r Charles Tupper patched, but it ia feared the M an i purs will return and attack the British de- reached this city from Washington this tachment in full force before the rein- morning. A meeting of the cabinet was forcements can reach the scene of the held, lasting two and one half hours, after which Sir Charles Tuiaier. Kir trouble. Information John Thompson, minister of justice, and April 4. Cauttta, reached here this afternoon that Lieut, iiunuraoii 'i rosier, unnihier or nnance, tirant'a iight force of Indian troops were jeft for Wahhingtou. There is great re now confronted by a large force cf Mani-puri- joicing in government circles over the It ia who in addition to being well success of Tupper s mission. armed with rifles have several field guns. learned the Canadian iroverTiment ut a It is faired Lieut. Grant's force will be conference to be held at Washington. annihilated unless reinforcement is hur- Monday, will submit a proposition w hich it is hoiiel will be satisfactory to Blaine. ried forward. mis win not pro)ose any radical departure from the present iiolicv of tiro- The Rebellion in Chili. tection but will be based mutual conParis, April 4. It is announced here cessions which will not ou sacrifice vested that the Chilian ironclad Pilceniayo, interest. with officers and crew has deserted the cause of President Haliuacedaaud joined The Voice of the Siren. the rebel fleet, which now numbers forty New Youk, April 4. From San Jose, war vessels. Guatemala, come the details of a murder similar to the celebrated Eyrau., He W ill Sot Resign. 1 ense at Paris. 4. A business house A wealthy banker, Carlos (' lManez, X&York, April has rectvea B caule irom bantingo j)o in November entere' . - .joutse on the lor the purpose of Chili thatl16 ."J?"8 S8ion. Lf. congress outskirts of tb u i uautn,!,!. r,,' " 1W Ot HUB monin. purchiiiairirge amount of American or money It is further stated' lhe iMyf.aiige. He had a large sum assassin'a iffand jewels ou bis person. The Balraacedu, is willingTOwnnraw J, the condition that he j A aiiowet l To,f. m a mistress inveigled him into a comprohis successor is false, f mising situation, when the aesaBsin.a Spaniard named Gonzales, rushed in and stabbed him to death; robbed the Threats of Assassination. and shipped it to the United 4. Prince Ferdinand and body Sofia, April ...WTO. .... c fiifl mnl.hflr. PrinoARA ClAmanlina O hoarA. to "have just been brought Mved letters threatening them witbJl ion or ijoi.aiee.-nuen J SVdre'uiS? "oVfirfeo-ISethreatened 4unk, with assassination, ;r ne ooes not resign pother cousfoirator, an his position as minister of foreign affairs. !ind will doubtless be uniehed. Evidence has been received which indicates that these threatening missives A Gigantic Trnst. emanated from an official who is connecSt. Louis, April 4. In connection 'intn ted with the Russian embassy in thiscity. Gould s visit to the west, an afternoon "taken action has in been the Diplomatic matter and the suspected official is being paper has the following: "The object of Gould's visit to St. Louis at the present held as a prisoner at the embassy. time is in furtherance of the proposed Great Southwestern and Southern comThe Foreisrn Budget. bination of railroads, including the roads 1891, known as the Gould system, the Texas Bkklin, April New Yoi k Associated Press. lines owned and controlled by C. I. Negotiations have been resumed between United Huntington, or what is known as the States Minister Phelps and Chancellor Huntington syndicate, the Atchison, Yon Caprivi on the question of the with& Santa Fe, and on the east side of drawal of the prohibition against Amer- the Mississippi, the Rich mond & Danville ican pork products and there are more and perhaps others. The proposed hopeful prospects of an early and suc- scheme is the formation of a company cessful issue than the recent reports with sufficient capital to cover a reasonhave led the public to believe. An im- able capitalization of the whole, amountportant .indication of the government's ing to some 40,000 miles of railroad, exintentions are given in tonight's North tending across the continent, with their German Gazette. Commenting upon main streamsTtinning throughjthe south the American dispatch published in the and southeast and many feeders reachBerlin papers head: "No pig; no beet- ing out in every direction through the root sugar," the G:izette says, contrary vast country made tributary to the main to the adverse views expressed in the fines. dispatch, the American government, in The World's Fair. endeavoring by measures of sanitary reform to put an end to the German emChicago, April 4. At today's meeting has American bargo upon pork, adopted of the National World's Fair commisthe best and only means to lead to the sion a bylaw prohibiting members from desired agreement. Public satisfaction m connection other holding over the admission of American cattle with the World'spositions Fair was repealed. A increases as the quality of imports be- communication was received from Mrs. come recognized. The Hamburg official Potter Palmer, president of the board of returns for March show that during the saying she would only month 811 American cattle were im- lady managers, so much of her 85,000 salary as accept of lot the late 29G, ported. If brought she was obliged to pay her private secin February by the steamship Amalif be retary. The attempt to annul and then added, the five weeks total promises a to cut in half the salary of Secretary rapid expansion of trade. Phnebe Couzins was defeated. Chancellor Von Caprivi yesterday reThis afternoon, after adopting a resoceived a memorial from a delegation rep- lution M. H. thanking resenting various German industries, De Young for the efficient manner in retwo discussion after days prepared which he had presided over the delibergarding the Chicago World's Fair, ask- ations of the body during the session. of an imperial The commission ing for the appointment adjourned sine die. commissioner and that the government The local stockholders of the World's otherwise assist in the the fullest pos Fair company held a meeting today and sible way the German exhibitors to make A majority of the proxies. registered a display worthy of country. next present directory will be Pclitische Nachrichten Tonight's week. states that a prominent official is in favor of representation of the German Saval Movements. trades in a manner worthy of their presDenver, April 4. A special to the ent development. News from San Francisco Bays it has Moscow papers simultaneously with been learned that orders have come for Russian organs in Paris and Brussels, the cruiser San Francisco to proceed to report that President Carnot is going to Chili end the Charleston to return at Moscow ostensibly to visit the French once to Honolulu. Secre',ary Blaine, it exhibition of arts and industries, which is said, is not satisfied with the condiis to be opened there in May. tion of Hawaiian affairs and desires to An article in La Fance says the pre- show the English ami other foreign elesence of President Carnot at Moscow is ments there that the United States docs obviously a feeler for the pursose of cot intend to neglect her interests there. President soliciting public opinion. Carnots going or no", going will not A Week of La Grippe. alter the fact that the alliance between Chicago, April 4. Chicago's mortuary France and Russia recently accomplished vastly heightens the danger and record for the past week is somewhat worse than for the preceding seven days, accelerates the aoproach of war. The chiefs of the Dreibjind will act which 'iis considered decidedly alarmin utiieon with Lord Salisbury in refer- ing. This week there was a total ot 851 ence to the Bulgarian imbroglio. Their deaths, an increase of seventeen over the concerted policy consists in timply re- proceeding week. Today was sunshiny, it is believed the grip fusing to interfere or to permit inter-'crin- g however, isand now on the wane. in the Balkan. A signiticent inci- epidemic dent hae just occurred in Sofia. Baron An Editor Shot. conGerman the Wangenheim, sul at Sofia, telegraphed to Chancellor Osage Citv, Kans., April 4. George Von Caprivi for instructions as to how Hoover, editor of the Osage county be shonld respond to Premier Stmuhou-loff'- s Times, was fatally shot this evening by demand for the surrender of James McNales in a general quarrel M. Sochoonkoff of the Russian agency, oyer an old personal feud. was, Uigether with a party of officers who accompanied him, killed on thetirrt day of the lighting. rther s, rPrt , Cr Soiih T I V' of the Eeaes.thetresaurer that if " nIV thing-wa- a oli! tee trust, expiet'-opinion manufacturelof sugar in this country was under on management it could be supplied to the public at a cheaper rate and with move profit to the refiner than d through single operations. A long discussion took place as to the production of the corporation books in the course ef which council Root remarked that he didn't see why the committee wanted to examine the books anyhow. Senator Irwin flared up at this, and told the several things among sugar people others if that it is reported that the trust dividends are made by operations in Wall Street, Mr. P. O. Havemeyer sharpely interjected. "Such talk is all rot Senator Irwin replied: "I have proof of all I heard. You all ought to be in states prison." Thereupon Mr. T. A. Havmeyer grew angry and objected to the chairman acting as judge before the case was tried. Nearlea went on to say that to his knowledge there was no agreement for a division of the country between S. H. Spreckels and the trust. Havemeyer, he said, had made a sort of an arrangement of a personol nature with Spreckles that did not affect the company. Harry O. liavemeyer was callea umler a subpoenae ordering him to produce the books of the constituent companies. He said he was unable to do so, that they were in New Jersey .and although he was president of the company, he could rot have them brought here as they were the property of the corporation. Adjourned. A Majority of One. Providence, R. I., April 4. Returns from Wednesday's elect.on, as corrected by today's advices, show the vote for governor as follows: Burton, Nationalist, 384; David, democrat, 22,249; Ladd, republican, 20,955; Larry, prohibitionist, 319. These figures show that Davis' plurality over Ladd was 1,254, but he lacked 960 votes of a majority necessary to elect. The complexion of the legislature shows: senate, 22 republicans, 7 democrats, 1 independent, and six to be chosen; house, 34 republicans, 19 democrats, and cine-teeto be choeen, which will give the republicans on joint ballot a majority of one, with their present strength. n The Wires Down. Boston, April 4. Thursday night's storm resulted in the general demorali zation of the telegraphic service out of Boston. The poles have been blown down, the wires were tangled and wrecked. The general condition of the telegraph system is worse than that wiiich resulted from the blizzard of Neither the Western Union nor the Postal had a wire working to The Associated New York yesterday. Press wires are down in all directions. Still in Operation. St. Louis, April 4. Oliver L. Garri- son, secretary of the St. Louis Ore and Steel company, when questioned aa 'o the rumors of foreclosure proceedings agaiost the concern, said that prepara tions towards a foreclosure under three The mortgagee were now in progress. company's plants are still in operation, but he did not know what effect the foreclosure proceedings would have upon them. . . . To-pe- Vice-Preside- "