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SIOUX CO. JOURNAL.
BY THE JWB.11L rVBIlHINti .
On tha 9d fire broke out in the poat
Om at Beasett, and before it tu dis
tovered the office end two adjoining
boildinr were complete ruin. How
the fire originated ie not known, bat it
b thought aome persons eet the blue.
The Presbyterian of Aurora hare
at last aeenred a pastor, Rev. Robert
Watt, formerly of Orleans.
rosea a eoanaeot that a rauroM
bridg will spaa, the river at that pout
Some bore old enough to know bet
ter were arrested at Grand Island for
disturbing the Salvation army.
The Madison Reporter says that
county most have a better jaiL The one
bow in use is too small ana at ue
The Barings bank department of the
Lincoln public schools now has 1,855 de
positors, and its deposits aggregate over
Revival services in Milford added
twentr-one members to the M. E.
Waterloo needs an elevator to ac
commodate the corn that comes in at
the rate of 800 and 1.000 bushels a day.
The county officers of Dawes coun
ty now occupy quarters in the new $30,
000 court boose.
Mrs. Andrew Jacobs, an old lady of
Lincoln1, was run over and killed by the
ean in tnat eaty last week.
Justice of the Peace Albin Stalle,
formerly county clerk of Lincoln coun
ty, died in his home in North Platte
from an overdose of morphine which he
issnpposed to have taken to induce
sleep. He leaves a wife and two chil
dren. A number of the prominent fann
ers of Merrick county, wishing to better
the stock of Merrick county horses,
have formed "The Merrick County
Horse Association," under the laws of
the state governing snob associations,
and have purchased the two year old
Clydesdale stallion, Reliable 597, to be
kept by Minor Cnddington.
The Progress calls for the organiza
tion of a dramatio company at West
The Chadron Democrat says the in
dications at present are that the B. tc
M. railroad will cross the Niobrara river
in range 51, and will lay ont a townsite
on the nwj of section 34, township 29,
range 51. Fifteen hnndred dollars was
the amount paid for the quarter section.
Nebraska farmers, says the Water
loo News, ought to consider themselves
lucky. While the eastern people are
wading in snow, Nebraska farmers are
husking corn on a summer day. There
is no rise in denying the fact that Ne
braska beats the world for fine autumns
and good crop all of which are hailed
with iov. " c . ' "
i, A Dieting of those interested in the
elevator formerly operated by P. A.
Bcoville Co., at Valparaiso, was held
last week at Lincoln, and F. A. Hovey
was appointed receiver. Mr. Hovey,
who is one of the owners of the roller
mill at Valjmraiso, is well knovro and
will get his share of the grain business.
Several parties stAnd ready to open a
bank in the room occupied by Scoville
k Crafts as soon ns some disposition is
made of the building. The bank furni
ture and fixtures will be sold the 12th of
this month. . s , j :
Nebraska City is infested with a pack
of petty thieves, who have successfully
eluded the police for aome time past.
Last week they broke into the black
smith -shop of Porter Hand and stole a
number of tools. With these they
foroed open the door of Harry Hatch s
pawnshop, carrying away several
watches and revolvers and a auantitr of
ine canal at hartley is more than
half finished,' and if the weather holds
good will soon be completed. - - -
The Nebraska City News says there
are at present more and handsomer res
idences being built throughout the city
than at any time before for years.. The
contractors are all crowded with work,
and, as has been the case in every other
branch of labor in this city the past six
months, enough workmen can not be
seenred to supply the demand, in conse
quence of which many builders have
been delayed, and in a number of eases
are compelled to put off building until
The Salvationists are investigating
the outlook in Lincoln for need of their
services. There is plenty of work to be
done, but the Salvation army is not the
organisation to do it.
Goal u being shipped from the Wy
oming mines, on the Elkhom railway,
to Omaha. Twenty-six car loads are
' taken from the Dorsey mine each day.
The water works, temple block, the
reamery, and the county jail are four
big improvements at Aurora this year.
They represent an investment of $43,000.
-It kl expected thai 19,000 will be
seeded for the Young Men's Christian
Meoeiatioa. at Fremont ' tha - coming
year. - , -., ,C
The Cathobo Mr at Beatrice cleared
-In the ease of the man Smith held
In Jail at Fairbury on a charge of rape,
nolle was entered by the diatriei nt-
-Mr. A. a Enswora, gewtWn
bout 80 years f -, y be pr.
bwyOaiette, who moved to town not
2? '? Ji Wednes
Vfe!!.0. ' Boon after the
in started he dropped dead in the ear
nag Mian icj
At Wood River, a young son oi
Frank West, having seen his mother
singe the chickens she was prearing
for the table, concluded when the fam
Dv nas out tuat he would do the same
with a prairie chicken which his father
had killed. He bnilt a fire in the mid
dle of the floor into which he threw the
chicken. The family made the discov
ery in time to prevent any serious dam
age. Father Lynch, of Wood River, had
two very fine turkeys he was fattening
for the holidays, but a sneak thief gob
bled them the other night while honest
people were asleep.
President Perry, of Doane college,
Crete, has ottered a fall scholarship in
that educational institution, to the stu
dent in the senior year of the Fremont
high school who makes the best record.
A number of farmers about Odell,
Gage connty, are cooking feed for theii
hogs and say they have no more dis
ease among their porkers since adopting
The two men accused of having
stolen about 60 worth of clothing from
Dexter's clothing store in Grand Island
and who were bound over in the sum ol
$500 each, will be tried at the sitting
term of the district court in that city.
Henry Btreator, of Hall county,
while drawing aload of hay lost his bal
ance and fell off, alighting on his head
and shoulders, rendering him uncon
scious and for a time giving indication!
that he had sustained fatal injuries. He
is, however, improving.
Mrs. A. J. Smith and Mrs. Philip
Ott, of Republican City, were thrown
from a wason in which they were rid
ing and quite seriously injnred, one
having her collar bone broken and the
other a sprained wrist.
The Elkhorn Valley road is building
a branch from Buffalo Gap to Hot
Springs, Dakota, a distance of eight
A farmer, living near Hebron,
Ttiayer county, harvested two crops from
seventeen acres of ground this year. A
crop of 4'JO bushels of rye was followed
by one of buckwheat that netted him
John Desh, manager of the Star
clothing house of Crete, which was rob
bed last week of nearly $GO0 worth of
clothing, received a telegram from the
authorities at Talmage that three sus
picious characters were trying to sell
some clothing there, had been appre
hended and would be held. Mr. Desh
left for Talmage this morning. It is be
lieved that they are the thieves.
John Belt and O. W. romnbarger
were arrested at Blue Snrinzsfor sellin?
liquor without license.
Gordon Johnson, of Omaha, has
sued the mayor of that city for $5,000
damages for having him arrested and
jailed as an illegal voter.
It is said that between now and next
June a thousand head of fat corn-fed-steers
will lie shipped from Valparaiso.
Sinoe the Fanners' Protective Ele
vator opened at Tobias it has taken in
on an average 3,000 bushels of grain
- r'The people of Broken Bow are mov
ing in the matter of securing a canning
'ine railroads mode no excursion
rates for thanksgiving, but will do so for
Leap year is growing "small by de
grees and beautifully less," but frequent
marriages recorded by the press indi
cate that it is being well improved.
. Condition ol the National Trtuurv.
The publio debt statement from the
treasury department shows an increase
in the debt during November, amount
ing to $11,199,817. Treasury disburse
ments have been unusually large during
November, the pension payments alone
amounting to $21,675,000, against but
$4,250,000 in October, while receipts
from all sources fell off $3,500,000 as
compared with the receipts of the month
previous. The net or surplus cash in
the treasury to-day is $52,234,610,
against $74, 491,969, on November. The
interest bearing debt has been reduced
$11,000,000 during the month and now
aggregates $947,068,202. The gold fund
balance has increased about $6,000,000
during the past month, and now .aggre
gates $199,839,133, and the silver fund
balance has decreased about $5,500,000
and to-day amounts to $19,113,095. Na
tional bank depositories to-day hold
$51,925,07$ of government funds, or
$2,500,000 less than on November 1.
Government receipts from all sources
during November reached $28,590,106,
or nearly 4,000,000 less than during Oo
tober past, and fully $500,000 less than
in November, 1887; Customs receipt
during November amounted to$15,284,
500, about $500,000 less than in Novem
ber, 1887. Receipts from miscellaneous
sources fell off $500,000. compared with
November, 1887, while internal revenue
receipt were $10,393,853, or $500,000
more than during November, 1887. Re
ceipts from all sources for the first five
months of the current fiscal year reached
$160,618,765, or about $3,000,000 lees
than for the corresponding five months
in 1887, while expenditures for the 'five
months of this year aggregate $147,083.
871, or $18,000,000 more than lor the
first five months of 1887. '
HM Uekbfl to Dakols't Aimlsilen.
Jambstowk, Dak., Dec. (.At the statehood
eonventtoa last evening resolution! war
adopted favoring the division of Dakalii Ter
ritory oa tae aevsath standard parallel, sad
la admission of the aorthern portion tnt the
snlos as Korto Dakota; that In ess th
Fiftieth congress fall to provide for the ad
mission ot North Dakota, a requeued, the
president-elect li earnestly requested to call a
special session of the Flftv gist congress for
that purpose ; that the eighteenth .fcgtslntlv
assembly of Dskota, territory la argd to pro
vide at the earliest praeUesbl moment after
the merlin; In Jsnaery, ISSS, for a eoostlta
Oonal convention for North Dakota; sad. that
Booth Dakota. Montana a.d WasMnrtOB ere
rf.'f?.,.ll,"l4wf0JM,rMe wl North
Dakota li this movement for ndmlentea. Mo
tor the anal adtooremeal eommltMo wer
appointed to memorialise eongrets "nd the
president eUrt fer in extra sea,fe piipSi
bill for a constitutional convention to Wink-
tud to the latritorial l0elura, ae!a eonv
whleb will pfoeahijr b esM tot UiESi
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THE BOARD'S UAL "
TU. CmlHI tor , ""'"'""
Tl, lra.ka state board of agricul
ture holds its annual winter meeting at
Lincoln, the capital of the state, under
provision of law, commencing on the
third Tuesday, January 15th, 1889- At
thi meeting the annual corn exhibit u
mad. The past eaon having lw
propitious throughout the state for this
great etaal product, the board desire
and aim to Dresent the best suokius
ever made anywhere. This circular b
iumnA nrlv that the publio msy be
fully advised, and that all interested
may make the best selections a mrj
harvest their crop. Thi they ar ur
gently requested to do, and come to the
front with their offering. As hs been
aid before, we repeat: At our annual
fair it is too early to show corn to an ad
vantage. At the season of the year the
winter meeting is held, corn is dry and
in position to be submitted to scientific
tests by which the actual er cent yield
pan Ka obtained and shown. This plan
i of judging corn, inaugurated last year,
was productive 01 oesi anu mo
factory results. It will be seen pre
mium are liberal and quantity small.
While a minimum is fixed, no maximum
is given. Kxhibitors will be allowed
space for all they desire to exhibit It
is desirable that the secretary be in
formed early, as to entries and space
wished for, that accommodating pro
visions may be made. The exhibit will
be held in one of the state university
buildings. Exhibits sent to the secre
tary will be put in place and cared for
when parties can not attend in person.
All exhibits should be in place on the
14th if possible, or the morning of the
15th at farthest. The superintendent
and judges of exhibits will be appointed
and announced in due time. Each
county and section of the state should
be represented at this corn show.
The following schedule of premiums
and conditions are presented and will
Exhibits must be grown in Nebraska,
the growth of 1888, and have been grown
by the exhibitor, or in the couuty com
peting. Statements as to soil, manner of sav
ing, preparing seed, and time of plant
ing, mode of culture, and period of ma
turity to accompany each entry. En
tries to be mode at any time before or
on the Saturday next preceding the first
day of n inter meeting.
I'remiutn corn to become the property
of the board for distribution, or such
other disposition as it may determine.
MS Best 20 ears lar(?o yellow Dent
corn t 6 IS
f3'j It st 20 ears small yellow Dent
corn i S
CTU liest 20 ears larjre white l)ent
corn , ft ft
571 Itest 20 ears small white Dent
corn t i
672 Het 20 ears mixed tlenl corn.. 6 3
SraBosUDeari Wo.dybutenerDcnt 1
rw.. e s
YVii.... ,,, a a
5(4 Hest 20 eurs calico Dent corn .. 6 8
575 Bet 20 ears harkbr-ry Dent corn
(kernels not lets than one halt
Inch long) ft I
076 Ilest 20 eara named strains j cl-
low Dent co n ft ft
57: licet 20' ears, named strains
white I!ent corn -ft 9
578 Heot 20 ears yellow .Flint corn... ft 8
57 Uet2enr8 white Flint corn.,.. ft 8
680 Hest 20 ears 8U)far corn ft 8
fiei llest 21) ears popcorn ft 8
&82 Larprtt mmilN'r varieties, and
best dieidayed collective exhibit
of corn hy any one county In Ne
braska, west of the luutb merid
ian tb 15
53 L'arge.n number VHneilcs, hw1
beit displayed oolletive exhibit
of corn by any one Individual,
from any section of the state. 25 15
Iu each exhibit made under the above
list each 20 ears must be accompanied
with one-half peck shelled, of same corn
as ears exhibited. This rule while it
would be advantageous and desirable to
both the exhibitors and the general ex
hibit, does not, of obligation, apply to
the collective exhibits. Collective ex
hibits must be separate and distinct
from individual exhibits. Parties mak
ing collective exhibits can enter and
compete for minor individual premiums
with same varieties of corn, but not the
same specimens It will be seen that in
collective exhibits a scientific test is not
resorted to. It is simply "the largest
number of varieties and best display."
Professional commercial seed growers
or dealer are not permitted to compete
for premiums. Every facility for ex
hibiting will, however, be provided
them, free of charge, and they are in
vited to make exhibits.
scon or foists roa zab cobs.
Length of ear ioq
Circumference of ear.; oo
Evenness of car 100
Per cent of net grain to cob Suo
Color and uniformity of grain 800
Quality and ripeness of irrain loo
.Bin ni mi not grain compared with legal
SCORK Or FOISTS FOl SHELLED COIK,
weight. bushel, as a per cent of whole
l-enrth of grain I"...'!
Hreadth of grain 'm
Quality (diarchy, chaffy floury) '.
Shelled corn Will be anbmitteil tn
ordinary commercial teat, and the fore
Ear exhibit to be ihelled and tested
by the scale of points given. An object
being to obtain the greatest peroent
yield of weight clear corn, with tha lasrf
yield possible, weight, and dimensions
of cob. Any number of ear to be sub
ject to test the committee may decide
County collective exhibit m .
fined to a limit of the 100th meridian
and west. All others, from any part of
the state, except Lancaster county, in
which the stato fair and exhibit i held,
which ia not permitted to compete.
Entries can be made by addressing
the secretary at Ilrowuville, at any time
before January 12th. After that time,
at . dneoln. . S. M. Barker, President.
Kill ky Kentucky Outlaw.
Bkcis, Ky .lHo.l.-Tne ToHWer blood wHI
aotdown. u reached boiling point to day
after a year et eoolBst,nd la eonseqaeiie'
David Coaley a gone to hie long boat.
While at work Is a taw mill la this, Elliott
tyteday.CrtTlll,.,io late. ,.,,:
wtth Coaler, and seuitgaa i. split Conlei's
with a Bomber ef Ms followers soot Z ZL
SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
TU. Bar JW "
Moth ! C.ffrrm.
8EiT.-The senate was called to or
der at noon on the 3d by Pre-udent Pro
Tern lug.", tUPU,n BuUe
opened the proceeding, with prayer
He returned thank, for the bountiful
blessing, vouchsafed the land in . U ma
terial interests, and wte7J.jLrM,A
. . ii in lna netltion. A
deuv-eiect "47rii,, .
b easing. voucueu , "i prMi.
terial interests, and wte7J.JlrM,A
Tl. r.UM Harrison in hi petition. A
few minute, were rnt in greeting eo
Itor?nd then Senator Sherman offered
tbeJ resolution, that the eereUjT
ntoe house that the g
ir nroceed to business. At 1.4 ue
a recess, at the conclusion
of which the usual message from the
Lone annonncinif the fact of lU being
in session and of it having appointed m
committee to wait upon the premdent,
wasdelivered. That was followed by
re,ort from the B,0flt,1!5
the president to the effect that it had
performed that duty and that the presi
dent would communicate with the sen
ate immediately, and then the presi
dent's message was delivered and Jlr.
MeCook, secretary of the senate, pro
ceeded to read it The reading of the
message occupied sn hour and twenty
minutes. Those portions of it which
discussed questions of tariff revision
treasury surplus, fishery troubles and
the West incident, were listened to with
very close attention and apparent inter
est by fourteen republican senators and
aliout an equal number of democrat.
When the reading was finished the mes
sage was laid on the table and ordered
to be printed. The presiding officer an
nounced that unfinished business for to
morrow was the bill to reduce taiation
(the tariff.) Adjourned.
House. At precisely 13 o'clock the
fsll of the psvol stilled the tumult which
existed in the hall, and silence reigned
while Dr. Milbnrn, chaplain, offered a
prayer. The roll of memler8 was then
called, and the limn of conversation
broke out. afresh. During the progress
of the call Mrs. Cleveland entered the
executive gallerv and became an atten
tive spectator. The call developed the
presence of 23fl members, there being
88 absentees. A recess was taken, at
the conclusion of which Mr. Holman
announced that the committee appointed
to wait upon the president had per
formftd.its ditty and that the president
would communicate with congress forth
with. The president's annual message
was then read by the clerk. That por
tion of the message in which the presi
dent treats of the tariff question was list
ened to attentively by the members on
both sides of the house. The presi
dent's reference to the Sackville-West
incidoct provoked laughter from the re
publican side of the house, but no
demonstration was made by the demo
crats. When, at 3:M, the reading was
completed, Mr. Mills offered a resolu
tion, which was agreed to, referring the
message to the committee of the whole
and providing for its printing. The
house then adjourned.
Benatb. In the senate on the 4th the
various annual reports, including that
of the secretary of the treasury, were
presented and appropriately referred.
Sumerons bills were also introduced
abd referred, including one for the con
struction of two steel rams, to be armed
with heavy rilled guns, and one for the
construction of two steel cruisers, to bo
1 :.i. i. . ....
unueu wii.ii uynatniio gnus, l lie ino-
tion to take up the Union Pacific bill
was not pressed by I'rvc, who said he
would ask to have it made the 8ecial '
order for next Tuesday. The senate
then proceeded to tho consideration of
the tariff bill.
Hocse. In the house on the 4th the
speaker presented the annual reports of
the secretary of the treasury and comp
troller of currency, which were appro
priately referred. MacDonald, of Min
nesota, presented petitions of people of
Aorth Dakota, for the immediate ad
mission into the union of South Dakota
and Montana and for constitutional con
ventions in North Dakota, Washington
and New Mexico. Referred to the com
mittee on territories. A bill to allow
persons who have abandoned or relin
quished their homestead entries to make
another entry, was introduced and re
ferred. Dingley called up the bill made
the siieciol order last session, providing
for erecting monument to Gen. Henry
Knox, at Thomaston, Me. Adjourn
ment wa taken without final action on
i Senate In the senate on the 5th Mr.
Plumb offered a resolution, which was
agreed to, instructing the committee on
epidemic diseases to inquire a to tb
causes of the introduction of yellow fe
ver during the past season; whether the
instrumentalities of nch introduction
are still in force, Bnd what legislation,
if any, is necessary to prevent a similar
introduction of yellow fever. Mr
Dawes offered a resolution, which was
agreed to, calling on the secretary of
te interior for information a to the
alleged outrages and restraint of liberty
committed in Alaska on Indian females
and other persons, and what stes, if
any, had beeu taken by the department
to protect the persons 0f feme, jn
r-,T m "cu .0,"rages. The tariff
uiu was men considered uutil adiourn
Hotjsk. In the house on the 5th bill
were introduced and referred, as fol
lows: A hill to regulate immi
a bill to divide the state of California
iuto two states; a resolution calling on
the secretary of the treasury for infor
mation concerning the relief of Am.ri-
"Halm ana nsinng vessel in lleh
7i ri" "cueoeean: a bill to
establish a graduated income Ux. the
proceeds of which shall be applied to
SirWu lnsions; a resolution
directing the interstate commerce com-
m,8"'? Jln,orm the ''ow. ' tr
, . u u.io investigation, in what
ways and to what extent r.il 1
Pnies, carrying interstate traffic, may
be or are evading, or by clearing house
or other form of combination, may b
commerce which were
rt!dV,'W!?r", ropib th
,"w ireignt rate a a result
Of oomnatitinn m.
u ; " win em. Air.
M IT. si "nMK" w consideration
bfll fTlB H00, "omnibru"
Otll for the admiaaim T.L. w
tew, WMhington d lUr Mwteo .
Wll0 Wl jo
Z uay to aay utu dig-
I U3 jbw. ' - - - '
trJigA "T WMtl" HWeBl
.. r.t inrrniation rrlatinc to riu-
ouri ud . .
pl,.vmut, oconpatiou. wauU. means ul
a hVhhood and homes. Pinrnb gave no-tu-e
that h would at an early day ask
the senate to consider the 1 et Mome
river land bill. The resolution for the
continuing of the select committee on
meat product, and on the relation with
Canada were reported back from the
committee on contingent expense with
amendment. Th en.te then coosi. -erd,
until adjournment, the tariff bill.
Hoc. In the hone on the 6th, the
speaker (tated he had received a com
munication from the Hon. Terry Bel
mont informing Urn he had aent to the
governor of New York hi resignation
i t am, from tha First
a a bwbiii . "."r .7. v i7 im
congressional district of New Tork. ITie
4'. Kama lA Ml iha mil of the house.
The usual resolution for the distributing
of the president s meateg to inw appro-
: -, m.if.ai w.a rjitwiried from the
1 1 1 tarn wuiiw- - - -1
committee on way nd means, and
adopted. Th remainaer oi ine iwaaion
... nnnsumed in consideration of the
direct Ux bill.
Horse. In the house on the th, the
ittee on appropriation reiiorted
the invalid pension appropriation bill
and it was referred to the committee of
ii. A ,- t., .la TIia e,tnitiileA on elections
1 1 1 tl II . 1... " - f
submitted 'a report iu the South Caro
lina contested rlection case of nmalls
aiiaiiist Klliott, and it was placed tixn
the calendar. It was in favor of the
eontestee, Elliott. The minority reso
IL,u,l of llltiifiia
1 1 1 1 1' ' II , ' II i v. J ,
and placed iijton the calendar, provide
fur the seating oi nmaiis. ine nonse
11. An ii.li, onfnmiilA of tllA wlinlA
on the private calendar, the pending
i i :ii i.. j
business oeing tue senate inn to incur-i-orate
the Nicaranga canal company.
The matter was not finally disposed of
at the hour of adjournment
BY THE TELEGRAPH AND MAIL.
Joseph A. Walker, private ecreUry t
Assistant Secretary Thompson, ha Wen
promoted an aent of the treasury de
partment at Denver, Col.
Senator Colquitt and representative
Darnesof (leorgia called on the presi
ib'iit and again invited him to attend the
Augusta fXHition. The president has
the matter under Consideration. It il
understood that owing to the prcs ol
public btisiiiess ho will decline to accept
J. H. "Walsh, assitnt stiperintenden
of tho treasury department, tendered hit
resignation to take effect January 1st,
but Secretary Fairchild accepted to tuk
effect Nov. "JO. Walsh is the man who
disapM Biid ut the time of the election.
He has not been to Washington since.
The Iron Trade Keview iu its annual
rumniary of the loke Superior iron ore
trade says that tho year W$ exceeded
all others in the thirty ttvo years' histo
ry of that region, not only in the
amount of the production, but also in
the magnitude of the rates. The un
sold ore amounts to but 3 35 per cent ol
the output, or 4 per cent of the or
shipiieil to lower lake ports.
John Peter Richardson entered uiod
his second terra as governor of 8onth
Carolina lost week. ' His inangurnl ad
dress was devoted chiefly to the consid
eration of the relations of South Caro
lina to tiie incoming federal administra
tion. The governor asks: "Will wan
ton and unconstitutional interference
lie attempted with the management ot
our domestic concerns, or shall we. in
the strict observance of tho organized
law of the land, Imj allowed to unravel
the great iiociul problem?
The Nord Deutsche Zcitting clonics
that German officers are scattered
throughout Trance iu the role of spiel
on the doings of the French. It men
tions thirteen French officers who hud
U'eu slaving in Oennanv on a nretnnae
of studying tho language, and who were
expelled between Sept. 23 and Nov. 17,
nnd the French officers have been offi
cially notified. The paper says theii
presence in uermany is undesirable and
it hones that iu future they will comply
with the notification.
A London special says: A daughter
of Charle Bradlaugh who died recently
was buried yesterday in Woking cem
etery iu a wicker coffin. The interment
was unattended by any ceremony and
with the except iou of the silent placing
of several wn-aths on the grave there
was no display. Mr. KradUugh desired
to have his daughter's remains cremated
but the retort was lasing repaired and
the great radical had to content him
self with the old established mode of
disosing of the dead.
For sometime pant the proprietor, ol
the Willard and Solaris hotels and oth
er hotel in the vicinity of Fourteenth
and Pennsylvania avenues, Washington,
have disregarded the regulations of the
District of Columbia respecting a liqnoi
license. As a result of their defiance
the district commissioner announce
that they have finally rejected their ap
plication for license and notified th
police t clon their place and to pro
ceed against the proprietors for celling
liquor without a license in the event ol
their attempting to do busiueaaV
Text tf temter Hair Wutun.
WasiusoTon. Dee. hb.i, m...
need a bill to day providing that thsre shall
he established bv the rnr.n, .
reoomastadauoa of tht commissioner of labor,
UBIWq Biaut, la geographleal
Motion whleh shall laelwU a oopnlauon of
not leas than lQO.OU), not saort thai LOUD m ...
habitants, bureaus of LwTil. TZlT.
TPuJn' DcaPtt". wmu, means of
tune., of uffi ,.,IJ'';
foraaaUoa to aVakrAIfi . "" of In
to tr.7!,7!?Pr .""I'Tr ta rtlaUoa
ssjSll . r
u tkt t. "Z,
Admiral 1 H
U tha !, . . h.
" f OjswjJ
relaaaeof thi -a-1
vessel, to tap, '
start for Hstu. ,
Mir. 7 "wt
"We bars ttuui
-- -"" ' Hill ft.
UP- , " Is oolwt,
on the llott,0u
wise the mauet.1
Orders wen lau j
Biandenlof tlit yJ
the L'nlte Siaw,2
be fully prevtiwn,.
It la lesni.dukiij
SerrelarT Wniu,, ,,
to prepare for,,
lease of the stbeiiL
Ities lo drallnt m-fL
tloa taken by tail,
V that as th II,,;
bitratloa of tlw cu,
are virtually Ujuk,
when they wtn it'jr,
that th h. .u
the llaytiea KtptWl
ceiiieu lue llUlJiu, J
While ibey but Hl
are, u la ssKl.scUidl
way as to lattcittiel
cepl the JuUniinJ
Th land t
matter of fifty u
land office in Jto j
renilered by Uit ('.,
ilisiiiissing f(,nr. i
laud revert to ti
entries were nu-lt
the I'niun catti
Uoshel ilale irrf
tony six eutryuM i
Saw Jersey and Hn
iileuce enu not Ik
liilicns Hero rmr
i ciort of a !
oilier, who iiivmu.
done ht tha tion
was made and 1 i
ditches were roiisl'i
ndcoiiate bi imnb
laud: that the scri i
of a very fliniiru!'!
tlmt the sLelctiiBA:
ran up hill, crt iJ
purpose of prima:
ia the locjil landoU"
no light on the is-,
moved for tlieiriisi
that the laud nffiftw
lion, hic!i iiiuUni''
defelisi! will i-i'fi,
general hind eStf.
the time of finsl "
tion hiiil not U-tA It
claim they wire "4
nnd that t lu-r
ilitchea and fiillrw
which reqiiires vVsl
of lauds by irrigatml
lirt(tlM ll H
on ImporUUoa of &
paupers has slr(t7"F"
line of the nropotel
criminal of ease t"
classes lo eater UwW
turn in cast they
iBto this coaotrj rsi tl
live legislation. TM
require InleBdisf w
to th United iu-
thtlr intention w rj
rtu rvonira tnets
ea each lm migrative"
VV M at-a w I
Cobn-N'o. 1 mliw-H
Wona Fraa !..
I.nuojte 1iolcA 1-1
OBiowi-rr bus 1
TCBKIP V" D"--ArPl.ES
l'er km -Brsss-
r....nsua Per lw
u'n, Vina ner
Cobb Per liueW--Osta
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