"..., to succeed Dr. Noah Porter.
—John B. Folsom, grandfather of the fiancee of President Cleveland, died at his home near Buffalo.
—The funeral of John Deere, the famous plow manufacturer, caused a general ... in Congress from the Second Louisiana District caused by the death of Michael Hahn, Republican.
—John H. O'Neall has been named for Congress by the Democrats of the Second Indiana District
—The bill permitting ... to use steel in the manufacture of plows, died at Moline, 111., last week.
—Jacob Schaffer, the billiardist, "will locate permanently at St Louis.
—Plymouth White, one of the most notorious confidence ... men in the United States, whose ill-gotten gains are estimated at $1,500,-000, ..."
"...Flosorn. The recent death of Col. John B. Folsom bos changed the original plans of the contracting parties, and the invitations will now be limited to a few near relatives and the family of the cabinet ... . .
A Rainy Morning Followed by a Very Pleasant Day.
By Associated Pres* to Thr Lkadcr.)
New Yobk, May 31.-—This morning there was a sharp rain fall, which soon passed away, leaving the day dark and gloomy.
All ... .eadek.)
8t. Louis, May 31.—At the various cemeteries of this city yesterday the graves of the dead soldiers were appropriately decorated by their surviving comrades. The Grand Army posts took charge ... of rain, the score standing two for each.
New Yobk. May 31.—New York, 6; Detroit, 5.
Nxw Yoax, May 31- Metropolitan*, 14;
Louisville, S. _ _
An Aged Lady Burned to ..."
Colonel John B. Folsom, grandfather of the supposed fiance of President Cleveland. died at his home in Folsomdale, N. Y., on the 20th.
Ex Alderman Jaeiine, of New York, convicted of bribery ... cashier o £ Boston, deliberately walked in front 0*^ a train the other day at Sabin Hill, and was instantly killed.
It was announced on the 2? a that the Apaches had broken up into bands,
and were raiding ... , doing great damage. Many cattle and horses were killed by falling trees, and several houses were blown down.
Pkof. Brooks, of Phelps, N. Y., discovered another comet on the 33d.
Thirty dynamite bombs were ... .
The Apaches killed four Mexicans on a ranch near the Mexican line 011 the 21st and fatally wounded a boy. The leading citizens of Tombstone had sent a..."
"...of one house until his bride-elect can be consulted. Through the death of Col. John B. Folsom, Miss Folsom, his pot grandchild, inherits a considerable fortune, and it is expected that her home ... the impulse of sympathy and kindness.
Candidate for Governor off Georgia.
5 OO 5 45 8 20 9 02
...Chicago ar i 50
.Valparaiso .........5 42
I 35 a rn
Time table in effect ... .
Killed by Indian*.
Wilcox, A. T., June I.—The foreman and cook at Hampson’s ranch near Clifton, were killed by Indians yesterday. Troops have started after these hostiles.
Money for the Pasteur Institute
"...for England, but it is probable that in? will go the lirst week in July.
FRANKIE’* GRANDFATHER DEAIX
Buffalo, N. Y., May 20—Col. John B. Folsom, grandfather of Miss Franker Folsom, died yesterday at Folsom, Fro ... yesterday, in which one of the latter was killed aud Pagett mortally wounded.
George Maunon, aged about IO years, 1ms confessed to being implicated iu the murder of William Green, on the 17th ot last March ... of the Knights <f Labor.
Yesterday was “Old Settlers’ Day” in Chicago. Since the inst reception nearly 30 of the few who were residents of Chicago 50 year* ago have died, aud the ranks ot the ,-urvivois ate
"..., which was killed by a bridge building party on Yellow river, in Georgia.
Tin: Judiciary Committee of the House j decided on the20th to report adveiselv on : various amendments ... interest will cease with June.
President Cleveland, it was stated on the 22d, h oi purchased a country seat in the suburbs of Washington for $21,500.
General Grant’s tomb will be decorated on Memorial Day ... with Horal __
tributes from all the States and Terri- tpjrr KAST
lot it s, fiom St. John, X. B.. Bermuda, j Three men were killed by an explosion Mexico, and probably Cuba. General 1 °n the loth in a chemical ... ’Neall for Congressman.
Four Mexicans were killed and a boy fatally wounded by Apaches on a ranch near the Mexican line on the 21st. The leading citizens of Tombstone had sent a petition to the. United States Government ... wind and..."