The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, January 23, 1879, Image 6

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TnE RED CLOUD CHIEF.
IlKD CI.OUD,
NKIIUASKA
KlUTORIAIi HOIKS.
A Joint congressional committee I
engaged In maturing a bill to provide for
Uio Inking of tin) etiiuiift of lfiW. Tim
tIow of Prof. I'ranel A. Wnlkor, of
Yaln Uolloo, who wn thu Superintend
mil of Urn Inst census, have Imen em
bodied In n bill run I submitted to tint
committee. It seems to meet tho appro
ballon of majority of tlio contmllleo.
It provide for thn appointment of su
pervisor In each Slato to superintend
tho taking of the census by their mtbor
dlnato, sclented for their sfieclnl quali
fications, Instead of having tint work
done by tlio United States Marshals, a
horoloforo. Tim extent of tlio stalls,
tic to In obtnlnml Is snmowliat re
duced. Many otlin nhnnges In tlio
method urn recommended by Prof.
Wnlkor, niul embodied In llm bill. It
I thought tlio rout of tint next census
tir-ed not exceed $H,0X),H0, being abettt
fifteen inr runt less tlinn t lirvt of the
lMt. In tlio moniitlmn Hoprcsnntnllvo
Cox hn already Introduced a bill em
bracing some of thn provision recom
mended by Prof, Wnlkor,
The bar ol Illinois, and especially
Hint of Chicago nml tlio Northern Dis
trict, l In n itntoof excitement over
tlio attempt to bring nboul tho tin.
pennhment of llunry W. lllodgutt,
Jllilj'n of tlio Nortlicrn Dlalrlct of
di ... . II I. . .. f..a I.... ..I ...
nola. l!irtiirllnrrlaoii Introiliicoil ruao
Inliona In tlio llmuo of Ituproai'iitntlvoa
for 11 npcolnl (oiinnlttro (o Invoittlnto
tko obnrpia, nml mmlo it apeiMili ntntltif
tlint liaofTiinMl lliori'Milti'lona In Jintlen
Ui Jtulffo llloilgott. Thn ro'oliilloua piiaa
nl with nn ninoiiilmrnt rnforrlii) tlio
iiinttnr of Invcatlf-ntlon to thn Jmlldlnry
unnimllU'o, Jinlu llloilpitl hlinauK
itililtcaai'il n loiter to Hpoitkor Ktimlnll
dak III,' nn Invcatlj-nllon, Tlio chntoM
i.jntnit .liul'o Hloilpill, ni not forth In
n pnlltlontoC'oni'ii'jiaalnnoil by aovornl
nttoriui.vn of (Jhton)-o, nio tlutt ho luta
(irnptoyml hN nihVo o n.s lo brlii- ro
pninoli nml Kcitinli.1 upon thn mliiilnU
Iratlon of JuMli'o; Unit lin linn buoit
guilty of (,-rona fuvorlllam lownnlt IiIh
frlnmlft nml opproanlon itftnluat hU ono
inloa i thnt lin Inn (lUri-pinled thn Irtw
in hU Juil("ini)nla t tlntt hu Inn itllowctl
pnrtli'A nml llmlr coiinanl to iiuiko to
lili. 'tit of court nxpnrto HlntomotitM of
their CAnoa, nml nllownl lilmiiilf to be
como pii'Jinllccil nitluat tlio tippoalto
pnrty ; thnt ho hnnbi'i'ii pnrtlnl totvitnl
thn olilur nml tnoro liilluintlnl lnwynr.t,
nml lmrali, Bovtiroiinil nrbltrnry townril
tlio younj-or nml loaltillunntlnl Inwyorn
prnctlotnj- In hi" coiitt, nml Hint ho Inn
bounrullty of ootrtiptlou In hU olllco.
Kuoh la tlio j,'tMiontl olint'iuUor of I ho
chnrgoH,
.rlirHln.
Tho Nohrnakn l.cKMnturo rotivoinul
Jan. 7th.
Jnok Kuowlton, nttiblvr, ahot nml
kllltd Mrxlran Jih, at Hlilnry, ii frw ulglila
po. 11m inunlor w ttnirovokitl. Kniml
ton waaairrnlril.
Joseph MctJultilMi, who rcahliMl four
mltr ninth of KiiMtmy, Mint ami linlanUy
killed hliinclf, Jammy H1I1, family tnmhlra
aii'xirtl to Ih tho cau. Hit loatraawlfo
tut nine ihlMrvii.
Tlio untnon of thn mnn now In oui
tody tor tha dialer etui ty crliiin ri J. I'
Ollvp,Jolin llaldwln, Myron llniwn, Willi tin
Oreeiif, Krrd Klarloy, riill Ditfrlrnd, IVtns a
Moxtran, and Kx-Shcrlt. tUuiry (Illlan.
HlulinnlH, who confonNod to nix miir
dr ta In Krarnry Jail ami It hecomlnj
Tkloua. On tho night of January 7lh, Iip
thlratcned tho Uvea f lilt fellow prlaonera,
aayliiK that tie, would not ho aAtltlkd until he
hatl klllnl two morn.
Hoth liouacn of tho Nobrnakn I.cU
latum wtrt iermanenlly orRanlaed, January
7th. U II. Mathewnoii, of Madltou county,
waa elrctrd Hiipakrr of the llouie, and It. 1).
Slaughter, ol l.aiiratter county, Chief CUrk.
In the 8iiats tfherwivM Uurrwaa choom rVc
rrtary, and C. It. Uahcock, AwltUnt tSrt.
Ury.
A oorroipotiilciit of tho Ouulin lltr
old, writing fivm Kcuniey, January tth. ar
ralRiu Wierltl Aiiderrum at tielnc ui(cted In
ynipatliy with Ollw ami Iho ottr irlMuer
whowrr airrate.1 hy the Kctchum biulher
and other In whoeuHvJy they now ate held
at Kearney. Tho w rltrr eharpa that Ollw hy
the help of hla lawyer, It trjlDR to Rt hlmielf
and hla cmtpanlon In crime Into the htudt of
Shcrltt Anderton. Ttie affair It tho catue ot
much excltrmeut at Kearney,
Tho following aro tho officer of tho
Benale and Home ot the Netra.V I.ecttla
tore t BnU Chlaf Clerk-iUirrwixxl llurr, ot
WworejAaa'atanl Clerk-C. II Itabeock.of
Thayer; rkctvnd Aatlttant tlerk-Waltcr 80
ley, of Lancatter; cVrj;eant-at.Arm-J, N
Gaaael, of Hamilton j KoktouIox ClerkMUt
Kate HtoTer; EimJHng Clerk-J, . Allen, of
DougUa; Sjaluiater Hrtitli, of N-uuha;
Doorkeeptr W. H.Thomatj AaMataut Doir
keeper Joel l'arccl; Chaplaln-HcT. C, C.
Ilairla. Charley M a the w ton hat len made
Speaker, and 8lui;hter Chief Clerk, ot the
Iloute; Zedlker and benton, AMlttant Cleikn.
eo.ulrea, F.u-rroainir Clerk. MIm Strleklaud,
JJnrolllnj; Clerk. Davit, ot I.anraiter cauuty,
Chaplain, and (loodwln, Bergvant-at-Anut.
Tho Lincoln Journal ways: "Wo hud
along am) Interratln); confab latt evvnlnc
with Oen. 0. 8. Dllworlh In regard to the to
bumaa manler of Mitchell aud Kctchum, The
General la eonUtleat that tbe (ruilty artlc
re bow In the Kearnty jail. Ho graphically
Vtaikd the atrategy ue4 In capturiaj- the
jaarderera, and soar quickly thalr bragadocla.
otJnerTf, let down, when lliey found liefort
thrfli the three trothr of fh rnurd-red
Ketchum. The Grncr al llrra t Dum Creek,
Ui home of OHre and hi gang, and It l
through hUetertloun, In no ml' deg-re, t
th fiend are now In tlm hand if the law
The Gen-ral knowt much more Iout tlm
affair than hn It dlp-ti to 111 1 but whrn
tlio trt)r limn comet, we opine he till re
Itle ttoty that will mk our uttially warm
blond run cold , lh- lea.W of the King,
hi), I worth about W, and hn will
IM-ittt ere rj cent of It lo (ret not of ll.e r.
He Iim already rrlltil lUmmrr H Conn r,
u( Katuff, lit ttornr)t
Ih-KlmrllT (Illlnri, of Culnr county.
win irilrtl t OgnlUU, ikI mi tlirOtu if
JiiiiMry, ftiir othrr were rrrtr. t I'lum
C'rrrk, iml (I(mi U Kuttifj Jutictlon, lt
cliHCl wild MtiC roiirriiinl In llin luiniln
ot KrU'litim ami Mllrlirll fnw wrrki (.
Ki'trliiitti it Mln lifll wrre In Um nut'xly of
(llltan, rlifKt"l with killing man uainnl
ntrxflix, who It U fUliii'd, w thn lirolJmr nf
OIlTr, limtrr an aitumixt in inf. It Ualpctl
that (Milan tnriifl tlm (irla'jrirra nyr to OIItp
rul frlrml, by wliimi tliijr wtm liurnnl to
ilnalli. Aflrr t tit ilTalr (illlan rnalrifit, ami
haa rrfuxn in apvir Itrforn the Coronrr'a
Jnrj, Ollre arnl hi parly alo ilncllnnl to at
If hit thn lti(iPat ami cti(1rl I he lw. On lh
nth four '0I era, two of whom rn brother of
Ketrliiim, with Marranla fur urtnl, ilalhiriiM
ltifiiilrr In Dm MHtulllrf t I'lum C'trrk,
ami whrii OIUp and the othrr mni they
wmilitt rami) for thrlr mall, thry wprr rournl
hy Ihn rprolrrra of thn tilttcora ami wcurnl
wIIIhiUI (haiiiv! Id mtlQ n -Ulaiicn.
DNpntclioM from Fort Hoblnion, No
lirl4, of Jan. 10th, kItc Infiirmatlon of arrl
on troiitiln with thn Chrypiniri lmirlniiri
thrtn lure Octoltr laal. 'Ilifywitre Inform
oil hy tlio roiiiiiMiiillMK nlllriT a frw iluya nn
that tlmy wrrn to txi Ukmi hark In thi-lr aili
17 In th Imllau 'IVrrlloiy. 'ihry lit lhy
wcrn ilcturmliidt to iIIh ra'hrr Ihmi niinx-ni to
Illl-Unili inotrmi'iit. Ihry lraimi utlrii ami.
liil.lu..i. ..l ll. - ... . .tat. .!.... I .I1.m11
tlulilxirii, ami the rMtimaiiilrr plarrd n MronK
Kiiitrd mtr thrlr prlai 11 room. On thn iilnlit
of tlmUili, whllo nearly all went In hd exept
thn KIlMil, till' llnllalia Jumped tliroilllli tint
window nml Hindu for thncolil pralrli', which
wa tlihkly entered with mow, llilii) on thn
gtianl with revolrrra wlili h lliey hid krptroti
citiOed tlnrc thrlr eaplino, Tliti) ilaiieroiitl)
woiludid four of tho Kilaiilt, ou of whom lua
aliirndlid, and ainillierlt not eipertrd to llvn,
Thn iiihIii guaid Ixlinj nroux'd hy the tiring
optuiil Urn upon Ihrin, ihol and killed over
thirl) ol thn tiivuKi-". Tim remainder wi r
iiirmrl by thr carnlry, umtal Uliiitnfiii'iiil,
IIT, tnoally titi.iw and chllilreo, had iirrnii
derrdor tmd lieeii eaplured, Thirty four were
-till out, IticlinltiiK ittMiiit pfteeii wrrlol,
anion); whom I llim-hlrf Hull Kill fit. A later
illtMloli rexnt Dull Knlfo nn ImvInK heen
ktllid, Atuonit Iho dend InhIIi- o( Imllniin
IiioiikIiI Into tint xl fot Imrlal wrrn twruty
wArrlora, l(;ht Vimw nml Imo rhllilreii.
(lov, (Inrbnr ilollvoroil hla muiuiil
nirnJ;K to thn I.CKhdaturt, .Ian. 8th. Iln
congratulate! tl.n proplu on thn ptonprmm
eoudlltoii of tlo HUlii. 'I'tuon Imvn been
ateadlly reduced, tlm li'V) fur Htate ptirpoxia
Ix'lny; lt )nir hut ', intll on Iho dollitr.
Tlm valun of tlm tmalilo property In the
tite la $7ft,(KO,0iH)t tho euruiit expentoof
tlm Huti', ffitHi.ouo per annum ; tin pulillc
debt la h'a than (lVH),(niO, aud the (Itntn
Trraturer roporta UK),!) on linml. Tho
permaurnl ocIiiniI fund, amounllug to .V
W la Invi'ctrd In 8UI11 nml county bond',
I'lin piihllti tclumU aud chirltti'n nre In ft
highly grnt(f)hiK romllllon. Tim Urreruor
leconimrmla 11 levy for the new capltol nml re
form M'lmol, ami nigra tlm ImpiiiUnro ot a
)temallQITiirt lo Imlm-n luimtgrutloii j et.
matea RO.lMl new teltlem nrrlvrd dining (he
pa-t ten-oil. The yield of b7H In J,tK,Ooo
liiuhel of corn nml U,OH0,(n) tiudiel of
wheat. Ilul two ami a half million arret or
about ono-twelfth of thn rilnln'a firming land
la under cultivation; mom than aiiiArtrrof a
million of cuttle are grating 011 tho wentcru
bolder. l.M.'O mllei ot rnllroud am In oinrn-
ttoti In tho 8Uto, attco'ril lit leu million dot
lara. Itecomuieudt thn ctUtilWiiiivnl of a llli
commlMloii ami tlm deelopment of talt
Hprlnga, near Lincoln; irfrrting to tho Inablll
ty of thn mllltmy lo protci't thn largo t'xpnii.o
of territory etpoMilto ludlmi Inrurtlon; tlie
(lovrruor tajralargn nialorlty of thocltlariin
of thn weal regard thn eoutouiptnted trautler
of Indian (Tallin to the War Department with
favor. HcU'ti convict ham been pardoned
from the penllintltry In tnoyenra. llerccom
inrmU an npproprtallon of 110,000 fur row an).
big thn captor aud defraying the cipcuic of
coiivtctlou of the Cutter county limine.
Tko Antrrlmn (llrl Who Itcritaeil Kir
tJntiut WoNelcy.
Mttob Ih written ovory yciimhout tho
nnminl now botiutv of SSttrntopi. ThN
yortr It linn nottloil on tho blj-); at wo
itmn In tho vlllnuo, but In rwniiui, mvlnl
way thoro In no Inily tnorw nduilrvil tlnui
Mm. William Connor, formnrlv Ala
Webb, of tho Wobb ulatotit. In tho
height of hor popularity nml nrohtuMi
iiho mnrrliHl nml left tho slop'. Sho
couhl oiwlly hnvo ntillulpntoil tho for-
iiiuo 1,01111 11 tu untilo nml Win at that
tlmeunrlvnlotlln Vnutlovllo. ThoKrantU
father of Mm. Connor waa nn K11-IWI1
banker, ami her family connection nro
tho best un the atnp About tho cloo
ot our olvll war hIio waa maklnij a tour
In Canada, when Sir Garnet WoUoloy,
then tho plain colouol of n nwimeitt,
madei hor ncit.liitanco, ami with her
mother'a eouciit, proponed to her. Ho
was a kind man, but plain and full of
wound, nml ho decided to rwfuio him.
Thuy parted frlendn, and hla eorron
pondeuco ntlll In her hamU. Is a pretty
nouvcnlr in tho llfo of OtholloN mivco.
II UIO UIO 01 IMIlOIIO'a Mtv'ClW-
r'ent Governor of Cjprua
of Mitgilala. Tho xlnter of
tor, Kmma Webb, In tho wife
or, tne pn
and hero ol
Mr. Connor,
of a imiiocrouH merchant at KiAnmn
lml. Her last ptibllo appenrnuctt was
at Saratoga, threo 3 oar ngo, when nho
recited for a charily, and Henry WlUon
made ono of hU last apt,'cchc.i fntrluo
Injr her.- Qmphia t)rrv.tHmftrf.
1MI7KI NlU'l.t'.
How many children ami women aie alowly
and uirly dvlmr, or rather Utu killM hy et.
wive I'lK'tortng, or the Uatlr UM of iu
drug or diuuken ttul! ollcd uirtllctu, that uo
one know what It It nude of, who can wttly
Hop, lluchu, Mamtrake, Dandelion, Ac,
which W to pure, tlmpJc and hannle ttul the
mot frail womau, wctkett Invalid or mllet
child can trut In them. Will you he taved by
thrm I 8e other ctilumn.
Think noToITitulu committkl in tho
SMt, when ouo has rcforratnl his con
uct.
LATE N1W.
IJrMrritt."
A flvo alory warnhoti burned In
Italtlmore, Jnury 7th. Im, K",.
ltoprntmtntlvi Hohlolcher, )f Texa.
died In tVanhlngton on the night ot Jauutry
Ifhh.
Tho Horifttn haa ronllrmcilTlioniiui l
NeUoo for I'nlted Htatr Jildi-e for the Dl
tfltt of MattarhllM'tta.
One man wa klllml and aovnral In
)iirt-il hy tlm falling of a wall at Are In .New
Yiik, January, 7th.
Thitltepiibllenii cation of tlio Nnvmlii
l-Kl'lalme liaViOenoinliiatnl John I'. Jonet
fur United Htatra rknalor
A Urn nt li)onn, Mich., on tho night
of January llth, burned a wnolrn mill ami a
platter mill li, :r,)0.
On tho night of .In no ury l.'ithn Urn
at Kranavllle, lild., dentrtiyeil proK-rty Tallied
at ;W,W')'. Inturanee, ,().
Clark lltiblmnl, wife and two ohll
ilrnn, wtre frocen to death near Pilot Point,
TriM, on tlio night of Jan. Oth.
At Iko Cryatnl, Minn., Jniiunry
i;illi,a tlermaii nmd MUkn fell upon atlr
rulnr taw and waa lorn lo piece.
Hy a gin oxploilon In oonl 111I110 near
I'lttnton, I'., Jan. 7th, tcvrral vroiia wern
Injured, and much damage done.
IV tor llnnek'H oxtonalvo brownry,
lnll !iou--i and len home nt .Newark, N J.
biiniiil January l.'ttli. ah, IdO'HI,
A Urn at Kiub'loii, l'n., Jttn. Dili, do
trn)rl ttie "Hto(llr-j with It rlitlrn linitelila,
and othrr prorty, all valued at rlll.UO.
Tho lower braiioh of tho Mliioitirl
IrgUlaturii han pttned a roolutloli fur an III
Ventlgntlou (if tliefraildt III thnMtate tre.vury.
Tho poabilllcc building, oxprnaa of
Hi i' nnd a iinntlty of malt matter, were
horned at Jcililo, '., Jntiiiary 10th. IOt,
f tO,tii il.
A ilonlruollvo Iho oc:iirti'il In Clu
rlnnall, January 10th. Tim liiilldltigndrntro)
ed wem ertclul twehe year ago, nt n rol of
f:n,(in).
Mndiimn Aiuloraou nticconnfully no
complltlii'il l.er,fet ut New Vi rk on thn l.'ltli
of Jiiiiimry of Hulking '.7( quarter mlltn In
nlnnliy (llnrtrr hour.
A li'iiemmit hoiino ami Imor niiIooii
ner IIimIoii Imrtiid on the night of Jniiunry
1 1 tit, ami Mr, (litrmloifer and her ton ten
)imm of ngo 1 ellliis thn Itame.
T110 Mlntii'iotit li'glaliituro mot Jan
uary 7th V A lilliinin, of ft. Cloud, wn
vbetid Hwki'rof Iho llollno. Tim l'ennn)l
Tnula legltlature met nml organised the name
Itopronoiitnllvo llnrtrldgo of Georgia,
dltl to Wnnhlugton, of pliitimonla, 011 the
morning of January tth. II 11 w n iiiriii' er
of udlchi) committee, and hla itmth .m un
exinflod. Tho picking ami curding room of tho
Tioy Mauiifnrtiirlng Compitii)' Mill-, ut Co
h nt, S. Y., turned Jantiiity lOtli, lnn, f :iO,.
UIO. One liiini Mat fatally, nml other erl
outty burn ed.
A novoro ahool; of an enrtlnpinko
win felt nt Jaeknnuvllh', Klotlda, on the night
of Jmi'iary I'.'lli. Iliilldluga wrrn violently
tlntkcii, crockery rattled, and door were
thrown open,
ltunjiiinln Hunter wan hatigcil nt
Camden, N. J., January Kith, formuhler. On
thn aimed) Mlchnel Knrrcl wan hnnged at
(Jiiebec, Cnuada, for thn murder of Krnncl
CoiiHay In Ailgtltt lant.
Ily 11 collision 011 tho Marietta it
Cincinnati intlrool ni'ir Mineral l.'lty n fow
liUht ngo Wathlngtmi llelfntijiler wankllleit,
WIIIU111 King fntally Injured, nml John llclx
had hli feci riutlied.
Tho mo.sHago of Gov. l'lllnbur, of
Mlmiiniitn, nliox n btlnucn In thn 8lnti trenn
ury of t,tW, aiihjcct to arrvdltnf 7:t,lV)7,
muklug u uctual delti'lt of f .'1,000. Thn lto.it
log debt ntnouut to f lit,(X).
Tlio government ban brought null
gali.t ttie Central I'nrllla llallmtd Cotnpan)
to recover $0,iXI fur the refunal of tliedi
fendant to tender a ttatementof their hul
net to tlm Auditor of railroad account.
All JM.tHM) tiro occurred nt Alnn
wortK llllnoln, 011 the night of Jan. IHh. It
detiroyrd the Union Itenderlng Comvau)'t
ettablUhiuent. Alutwcrth la about 1 mile
outh of Chlcngo 011 the I'an llnudle road.
Tho Pactllc Moll Stcamnhlp Company
have latutd a nort chowlng tin tlnanclal
romllllon of tho comptny DcccmU'r 1, 1S
when tho llahllltiea rxretMled the cath annrta
ISTtt".!.!!, agtnt nucvect of fai,t!t.St
April .U.
Kllr.nboth Sohroder, aged 19, a mem
lcrof the Kellig) Opera Troupe, wnn prvt
ably f itatly elTe'tel by ihu! gaa fiont the
tore In tier Nil room, New York, January
7th. Her titter, aged 0 )er, who occupied
thn mn room, tt dead.
A colored man sleeping In tho engine
00m of the paper work at Mlddloton, Ohlts
January 7th, wt tuiTin-atinl by thn fume of a
mixture ot chlorate of potanh and nlttle acid,
a kettle containing It having been placed near
him at a practical joke,
Tho llrm of Appleton, Xoyesifc Maud,
tit. Unit, have mi!e an attlgumenU Tlio
llahllltiea of the hoiino are roughly etllinatc-1
at between HHV,tW and SKV,lXx aud the at
Kta at iM,(XW. The larger proportion ot the
creditor aw In New York and New Englaud.
Tho General Asaemldy'of Ohio eon
rrneil January Tth. Tho Governor' meMge
howthe tetal funded debt of tho State to
be rtX,0O0s total hwal debt, l,CJO,00o. Ha
rvvtimmendt tncrcatliui thomtlltU to 10,000,
and that they l placed on a war footing, with
I nc rented pay,
A dispatch from IVudleton. of Janu
ary 10th, via Walt Walla, report the execu
tion of the Indian White Owl and Quit Tt
Lumpo. The chief t w ere drfttcd In full In
dltn cottume, aud preserved throughout the
ttolcluu ot Uielr tare, both dying with tbe
death chant on their lip.
Tho meao of tho governor of Ull
nola thowt the total balance tn the State treat
ury to be ll.Wl.lKS; receipt foe two year,
fA,6t9,T7l, ditburtciurnta, AWS.ft.'K. The
meaaajre tptak ot retumption a one ot the
jraad-tt achleveratnU tn ike AeaBctal hUtory
of the nation, aa well at an evidence of the I
rnnrmoua renourca of the rotintrj. j
A number of tho aurvlvor of tho
Hack Hawk r irurt t pHnrtrM, III . Jtn
7lh, nd fir;iilf-l a permanent io-lty by '
electing rUiiiurl D.u.ter, of St. lVlertlMirg,
I'fMldrnt, and (len. John A McClernaml, of 1
Hprlrigrlel.LHecrrlary Itenolutlnnt wrrepa
Ml rT'irMiu the lgltUturR of lltlr.olt to
tnenmrialiai (Vmgrett Ut un a law (ciittou
Ing the lllack Hawk nddlcr.
Tho Clriolnrinll I'riu Current, In It
report ot i-i(k parking In the W'rtt, nhow
the lnul pncklng U June Mh at the tlx Urge
cltlen-Cincinnati, Olitgo.H:. Unit Mllwau
kre, mll-,fiapilU aud liulavllli Ut be 3..VJD,
i"), or l.(M,(XiO rm re than at I he Mine date
latt year Thn total at all inter) r lnl I
aptrotlmttrly ,4'-,0ix, orJTTS.OoO morn than
t thn Mine time Ut year, making a bittl In
errata of I,4.',UI0 at all point.
Thn mraaago of tho Governor of
New York call attention to the etcettlvncoct
of the ecw catdtol, which from acoritrmpltteil
cont of H.OKl.OfO rone to IO.Uio.OIJO, and will
yet cinl from n.Ooo.ow till),t),(0, He
urge th ttopplng of appropriation for It.
Tho total 1 eduction of thn Htate dehl In four
year I iS,0MI,l). There la now only ,
UI,(U) of a Htate debt. He pnHrtn atralritt
tlie government Interfering wlili the turtrnge
of titl-cii. and congratulates thn country on
reatimptliitl.
On tho fith of .lauuary a ileclnlon wu
lemliirt d In the Hiiprrme Court of llm United
Slate In thnrarof (leorge Kvyuoldi igtlnnt
thn L'nltiil Hlaten, brought from thn rtuprrine
Court of 1,'tati. ThU rate Inrolre the whole
iilrl.iii of poltgnmy In tlm terrttorli , and
ttinioontltutliiullt) of law pj.. by Con
great for It niipprennloii, lleyuoliU wat In
dicted by thn grtml Jury for loiitrni'tlng a big
amoiin imirrUgn. Iln am trlrd In thn Third
Jtldlrlnl Omrt ofT'lah and found guilty. Iln
tppenltil to the Ciiprrmn Court of tlm territo
ry, and dually to the Hiipremn Court of I lie
Colled Htaten, which now nlllrinn the Judg
ment of thn lower IrltniuaM, nml derhlen that
Congrena tuil tower to pnn Uwn prohlblllug
NlyKatnoiia mnrrlaget In L'Uli, mid tint, inch
law am ronntltiittonal.
Thn following in llui terrible export
1 lien of n null curtlir In .Monlniu. On thn
'J7lli of Decernlier mail-driver Cntey left rliiu
river In tho null cart for Kurt llentoo, Nut
reaching 00 llm'-Wlli Mile .-tprlin' ntallon, Imlf
way to lliMitim blinding tnow tlorm pre
vailing at the time- lnt iippoid to lm
lutl rVar-h wm made, ami on thn Ath limt.
Ciuiiy wan found tea tod In thn rail, which tlio
hortt) wa drawing tlowly along, about 'JO
mile ninth of f prlng tUtlon. During all
till tlinn he had w.imleredon the pr.ilrle, In
liently i ilrib', picketing hi hortn nnd cump.
lug out night, HI feel are frozen, but It 1
believed 110 nrrlnuniy, nnd that lie will not
loan Ida lliuti. Tlm only tiling that pntted
hi lip were tubmen nnd tnow, The ther
inoiui'ter during thn whotn time) wun below
xrro.
A npoclnl to tho Yankton I'rcm 'lint
Ifokotlitn from ('licu'iiuc lllvur Agency ayt
tworunucrr from Sitting Ilitll'a ramp liad nr
rtved there, reporting thnt tlieli cump In now
on l.lltlu Hirer, netrthn Culled HUtcn b.uiid.
my, Abu'lt n mouth ngo thry held thn largnnt
council ever held by thn hottllra, ami ihcldcd
to tend twehc ruiiiirrn -live lo Standing II irk,
two to Cheyenne, thren lo SHiltcd Tall, and
two to Ited Cloud a reprc-ciitatlua of tlm
liontlle linml which belong lo tlieno gencli.
They tny they aro willing to rum- In and aur
render their hortcn nnd arum nnd ttibmlt to
ngrtiry rule It they nre guaratitrtd piotectlou
by the government. They further y tint
the trndera III the llrlllth Territory liave uted
every uieanum to krep them there, nnd tint If
It had not been for them they would hive come
In with (len. Terry.
4'i'liuliiitl lti'orl.
Wm. II. Devlin has boon nontenccd
to bo hanged March Mth, tor tho murder of
hit wife at Lowell, Mann.
Nlmroil Spattonhowor, tho tramp who
tu aiiuarrvl, Drcciiibor l!lt, killed John Ive
ton, at Lel'uuon, l'n,, linn been found guilty ot
mtinler In the llrnt degree.
Thotnan Heed, for nomo yearn ciwh
ler of tlie Vlrtt, N'litlootl flack, (Ulvctton,
Tevni", han atwrotidi'd, and the t'rrtlilfut of
thn bank otter 1,( inward for bin capture.
A short timo ago W. N. Cattle, City
Clerk of Saii Jone, California, nlcotidrd, n
defaulter lo a email amount. He wa arretted
at Attorla, Oregon, January Oth, when tin thot
hlmtelf through the head.
Tho trial of Troy Dye. oxl'ubllo Ail
mtuUtrator of Sacramento county, C-dlfttmla,
fur the niunlrr of A. M. Tulllt, waa 0 included
January llth. Thn Jury, after belug out )
intnutea, mtumed a verdict ot murder tu thn
Unit degree.
Kight still.-- have been sol .ed in Stan",
ley county, North Carolina, nnd eight dltll
ler arretted. One of the raiding Prly was
hot ; tclturv wem alio made at Itvlinett.
vllle ai d Wallhalla, South Carolina, but the
property taken at the latter place waa recap
tured hy a band of Georgian.
On tho evening of Jan. 7th, two un
known turn drove up to (lold-nulh' pawn
broking etUbll-hinrnt In Chicago. One of
them locked the door, wlillo the othrr entered
and broke In tlie bow can, and tecum! two
tray of diamond cUlmed to ln worth I'.CXX).
Tlicy then drove rapidly away In their cutter.
S. W. Hall hits been nrrosteil at Olyni
pla, WahlngU)n Territory, on a rcriuttltlon
from the Governor of lltlnolt, charged with
the einWatlement of 170,000 from the county
ot Maconpln, 111., In lsfl Hla real name I
tald lo be Of org II. Halllday, but patted un
der the namo of S, W. Hall, at Olympla, where
he haa rctlded tlnce isri.
At Avooa, '., few days afro an
examination wa held over thebolyof Henry
Doiy, gd IS, recently found IntheWUcoitln
river. The evidence howel that the father
ot tho boy had ttruck him on the hetd wt
ne wc)Kvn, killing him; and then fearing
detection, tliota plttoball through hit bead,
and to give the appearance of taiclde, threw
tho body and plttol Into the river, Tbe father
I lo Jail.
Fun I km.
ArOHANlSTAN.
Tho Viceroy of India telegraphs con-ce.-nlBg
the new of General KoberU' victor
over the hotttle trtt-r, bat jt that owing to
rumor ot threatened attack by the Mongol,
General KoberU tntend ta return to Koorua
and conccnUate hi force which are bow much
cattcmt
A Lahore rrrrp.-i lnt t-lejrraph that
Oen. Stewtrt't occupation 'of Kandachar will
mark the rood ot ion ot lh dtflntt riol of
tbe war All w Uien have been ib-se that
th Qartta column can pontlbly d.l--fore wm
Ut ft In true unlimited dlKrethm it glvtn
Gen. Stewart, and riMy he my prnj-et
the occupation of Ghlnik, wblth It an Impor
tant ttratelc potitioo, but urd' Mjme'hlng
unforteen orrurt the rmyof Afghaolttan will
farnlth no further InU-lllgrne-; uf Imp tUnce
tfore the tx-glnntng of Marrh.
Tlm Viceroy of India telegraphed
(Jen Stewart nn thn Mh of January I' at he
had rctr-ITr-d the newt that the g .vrnrnent
of t andahar, with the most of the t lul uf
(IciaU, htve rbd toward Harat, as.1 the garri
toil h t-- ti t'itbtndrd. Tbe DcpUl) (biTerii
or hat wnt In Mn m '-nbt'on, and tbe ItrltLati
trcxt have marched through Camlahar-
rHANCK.
Tho programme of the Kronen Mh-
Intern, It In tald, will be the abolition of cirri
ral Inlliirure In the unlvrrnttlen, and powir to
grant d-gitea, a dclaratln In favor of coin
pultory education; atnurance tgtlutt protrt
t Ion It mt Je, prrHiilnet of dltmltntl of renc
tloutry iriernliers of the tnaglttraty ail for
eign ofttcra.
Advice from Toulon rejMirt that thn
Irou rln.lt there are being-' rapidly refitted.
rVmie rumor u nnect Ihrte prertioiit with
the Tunltlan dirilculty. The Krenrh govern
ineut In not tnllttlr.l with the actio, of the
Hey of Tiini In irndlog plrrdpoteuiltry to
I'arln, aud demtudn an apology lo the French
Conml, the illtnilt) of the offending fuue
llonarte, nd Impulry regarding the dltpute
wlthM.Menaniy. '
Tho editor of tho La Kranco Nouvello
who ntnrtd theMory, exUinively copiid, that
a well known Senator of the Left had been ex
pelled fruin Marl un In Kattbourg Hi. Germain,
for cheating at cardt, ban ft pay therefor a tine
of I ('JO mid !, O (Inning . Senator Ijcoiir,
edl'orof thn Itepubllipje Francalte, lrllevi.
thettoiy refrrnd to him, nnd brought anil,
and Oambcttn promcutcl Sfxty )ouug men
having itlltted Tlunn Alaaro to avoid con
terlplluu, have been earh tcntenced bydt fault
to pay a fluu of I'J.tO) mnrk or 'JOO day lm
prltonmeiit, ud to thn -rlzure of their prop
crty Ui the amount of the line.
Tho government propoms to p.mlon
all thn Coiiiuiiiulnta except four hundred of
tlie ringleader mid pirtlclpittort In the mat
arn At it -Merit meeting of the ih-ligmen
of the Left. D if Hire, I'retldrutof the Mini
try, fnvonil the entruntlng of gicit nillllHrr
ciiiummidn only to general favorable to (lie
republic Hu acknowledged that inodllicatl jii
In tlm mic'lttraey wero ui'cc.iry, Imto' Jts.ii.1
ton wlioli'tiile ebillge.
ir.UMANV.
A Hurllii I'orrttspoirlent telegraphs
that Lmperor Willlnm nnd lllmnk ru f.i
voralily coiitlderlug the pri Jed of liirliltigthu
Sovereign to llerlln, to concert common
ai'tlou ngaltint tlie Ho-l.il tin.
Thu polluti of Horlln Miloil tho t'rei
Mt, a cominuiibt Mper piibllnhrd In lm Ion
by Jiihu Matt. All future Untie of the Jlrt
linttmt, iibllnl.ed at llrtiiifln, by Carl
Her-4.I1, am rcfuned adiulntlou Into thr (ler
man cmjilrn.
Kiuporor Wlllinm : womkrfully woll
though ttlll obllgid to carry bin arm In a nllug.
Hndrlvr out dally with thn Crown I'rlucoor
aimiierry. The tlirnun pre iimilfr-M great
atbfaction wllh the el'cliou u France Tho
A'orfA Htnii.in (l.iuttt Intlnnte that the lm
public emi rely 011 llm sympathy of Germany
mi long n It policy tetlei't the tnodi-rMe nml
rearontble view of 0mbett.t. Illtmarck av
penrs to bn Uktng every opportunity for de
claring hlumelf In favor of protietlon, He re
cently wrote a King and favorable icply to a
letter condemning free trade tent to Mm by
Hgrlculttirallnt.
A Dispatch from Horlln an) thu con
tcrvntlve Journal iiRreo In evprmilng ii-rit.
pits nttiilt thesrllclu ot thn pjrlliiicnlar) ills
clpllue bill which proiidrt for lundlng nn of
fending member orr over to thn court. Tlilt
I Interpreled to liiovu Hint the govcitimrut
will tni'rlflce that provUlon becnune a cen-tl-tutlounl
dllllclilty ban U-eu illtcovereil, and
not a n coiircnlon to the ltelchitg.
INDIA.
A tulegram from Calcutta s'.ijs that
on Tu-dy, Jnusry 7ih, Gen It ds-rtt, find
ing hiMtllc tribe collected In C11 i.brjble
niimliern, attacked them with Hint nail col
umn, aud wt compleWty victorious Forty
trtHJpnof tho ruujauli cavalry rhaiged 011 a
tnaMof the enemy, killing nearly .tt) uf the
tklrmbher. The Tenth Hunr drore tho
enemy from Kronen (Irisuo; I Oil prIourr, a
lanre quantity of grain, aud a larce nuiuts'r
of cattle were captured; Krltlth lonn trifling.
Thn victory ta expected to have a grett nmral
effect.
HI SSIA.
Tho KlinrkolV Veterinary School Iia.s
leen broken up and Kief Cnlvcr-lty cheil In
ctueijuence of the rlotoun drmouttrttlon of
the ttudcntt, Itutla It In tald ha Icilnintol
her wtlltngnct to ctmtcni lo the tpslntineiit
of Kuitcm I'actia aa gxivernor of Kattcrn
Itouuirllaon comlltliin of thn precipe dirlnl
tlon of hi power- The Agmcr-Hiiit rteml
onictnl) for the tlrtt lime ailmlt that Shern
All (the Ameer) hn t-nteretl IliiMlanteniUiry,
taylng It believe the new It correct, hut
that It doe not believe that he wa accompa
nied by hi troop.
The Journal U St. Iktcrsburg says
the Ameer cntcrrd Kutttan territory not In
coancquence of the ucccm of tbe llrlllth, but
to Invoke the mediation ia Huitia. Thn Ameer
willrccelro ympthetlc InMpl'allty, but the
Idea ot mediation I an Mutton, ujmn the
clearing up of which will prubably depend the
continuation of hla Journey.
HOLLAND.
Tho King ol Holland wa marries!,
Jan. 7th, to Trine-.-! Anna, of WaJck, I'jr
mont.
Prince Henry, of tho Netherlands,
brother of King William, dle.1 at the Higue,
January 18th. He a N.rn June ISth, lvJO.
T1IE0U1UNT.
Klcven batt.tliois of Turkish troops
bare been ordered lotiold thrtntelvea In read
lnct to occupy Adrliople a toon at a deilu
Itlve treaty with Itilult hat beta tkntd.
l'llnce lbanoff, tbe IKu-tlan arabaujtdor at
Coca.aatlnople. hat ivrptel til the article
of tbedtflnltive treitytot peace at agreed to
by the 1'orte, but a ciauie or tworeltUve to
Rattta' tur-rrvttlon vvtr the t ecu lion ot the
treaty of Bsr.la t oaly accepted ad rxftrrn
if una.
flp it Mlnatr.
Don't burr)1 so. Move slower. It tnar
bo thai 3011 will goturer. Grind, grimi,
grinds one tiverlasting grind, from fivu
in tho morning till ton at night chasing
thu bubble of human riches. What hi
the ue.'d. ptay tell me? You already
have enough ami even more than vou
can use. You are heaping up wealth
foi other to want or ipiarrel over
hen you are dead And half 3 our
htlr, instead of twollcvtlng 3011 gratn.
full3", will ronteiiiplnte 3otir 'depnrturu
from this burning scene aith Intlnlto
Mtlnfactlon. )o rest awhilo I You aro
winringoul the vital forcos faster than
there Is need, tindin this ny stibntract
Ing years (rum the total sum of 3 our i
life. This rush ami worry, day after ,
day, this retlc-s anxletv aftor sotnr.
thliig 3 on havo not got. Is like iHdiblo
itones In mnehlnety'; they grate ami
grind tho llfo out of ou.
You have u-ele.n bunions; throw
them oir. You have a groat denl of
neeclksr carei dump it. I'ull in tho
strings. Compact your bunnies. Toko
time for thought or better things. Co
out In thu iilr nml let God's sun shlno
down on your head Stop thinking of v
business and pr lit. Slop grumbling-
bout veisc provlilcnces. You will
probnply never sou much Uitter time
than these in this doomed world. Your
most opportune senson is now; your
happiest day Is to-day. Calmly do
your duty, ami let God take care of hit
own world. Ho Is still alive and U
tho King. Do nut Imagine thnt things
will go to everlasting smash when you
iiivnppcar irom tins mortal .stage.
Don t fancy thai tho viirsii of Heaven,
in shape of tho v.nn task of righting
up a disjointed earth, Is iuiHxei 011
you Ciwisu to fret and fumo;etnn to
jiimo and wotry early nnd late. Tho
good time Is coming, butyoii can never
bring It; God can and will. Tako
bronth, sir. Ult down ami rest nml
draw a long breath. Then go calmly
at thu tasks of llfo and do your work
well.
r.u,uat to the Occasion,
Hraggnrt-u.ro generally easy to Ikj
reared. A French shoe-maker, fond ol
boa-ding that nothing could frighten
hliu, proved an exception to tho rule.
Two young fellows resoived to put him
lo tlio test, ho one shammed dead, ami
thu other prevailed upon the tdmo
maker to watch the body through tho
night. Helng busy, he took his tool.t
with him nml worked beside tliueorp-o.
About midnight n cup of black outlet
was brought to him to keephlui awake,
nnd lie was so exhlUrated by tho
draught that ho Mruck up a merry Ming.
tlll plying ids hammur vigorous.
Suddenly the wouhbbo-corpso uros
aniUald, in sepulchral tones, "When it
man is in thu presence of death ho
ilioulil not slug." Tho shoo-maker wan
startled, but recovering his elfjiosse.s
slon in a moment, hu dealt tho corpse a
blow ou the bead with his hammer as
ho uttered: "Whim a man is dead ho
should not upcak."
Thoro waa a real dead man nt a l'nris
uimrdlng-houso, ami after he had been
taken to bin last lodging it got about
that hu was In the uusecmly habit of
pa3 ing nightly visits to tho room in
which ho died, ami for a long timo tho
room remained tenantless in conso-.
ipieuce. At Inst it waa taken by a
stml'iit, who luughcd at tho idea of tho
place being haunted. Annoyed at hits
Incredulity, two of thu lodgers arrayed
themselves In sheets, and glided into
the room one night ut thai witching
hour when graveyards 11 ro aupnosod to-
3 aw 11. hu soiuuiu step ami Mowrmey
stalked around the bed. until, hatmun-
ing to glance behind, they beheld n
sheeted figure watching their move
ments. This was more than thuy bar
gained for, and they were out of tlio
room ami in their own chambers al
most before thuy know it. Next morn
ing tliey. settled with thu landlord nml
dep'iitod, never dreaming their in
tended victim had divined their inten
tions ami paid them in their own coin.
TI103" were not ipiito equal to the occa
sion. Oyster llrccding In China.
(tnlignanlN .hV.n-'M'orsay.s: Mko so
many peculiar things in the Celestial
Kinpire. tho system of breeding tho
above mimed bivalve diHers widely
from that pursued in Kuropoaml Amer
ica. In thu .southern part of China
'collectors' of bamboo aro placed In
tho oyster bed, much after tho samo
fashion as tlio elaborate tiles and -hires'
employed in Franco. Those oyster
catchers are, however, prepared "in n
cut ions manner. The entics aro expos
ed for about two mouths to the rays of
the sun. and then placed a similar pe
riod in salt water, after which thuy aro
dried for several ih.3 1, the object being
lo presurvu them from decay nnd pre
vent tho warping or twisting of tho
bamboo. Notches are then cut in tho
cane, into which empty oister shells
nre tixed, like so many cups and thus
prepared they are driven into the sea
shore between high and low Water
mark, and left standing to catch tho
young pat. Thoo localities are con
sidered the btwt where the rise and fall
of the tide Is tho greatest, so that tho
bivalves may bo alternately covered b3'
the tlood ami exposed to tho air on tho
ebb. There tho young 03sters thrive
well and develop rapidly, and aro ipiito
ready for tho market when the3' aro two
years old. A large trade is carried on
by tho persons who pursue the call lug.
(nd who have many thousands of these
collectors planted in favorable itua
tlon, and Dome successful breeders
have been known to realize largo for
tune. In China largo qnanties of tho
oyster aro dried Instead of being eaten
in a fresh state. For that purpose they
aro taken from the shells, inipiy plung
ed Into bit 1 water, and then remov
ed at c nee, after which procw-a tho3- aro
exposed to the rays of the sun until
every particle of moisture has evapo
rated. In this state they will keep for
a length of time, and are said to pre
serve all the delicacy of their flavor.
Tbe finest and fattest bivalves, bred
and fed on the leave and cuttings
of the bamboo, are selected for prepa
ration by that method, those taken from
the natural bcsls bt-lug Inforlor in qual
ity, and uot sallicienUy plump to stand
the operation.
Patience; on a monument I all well
enough for poet, bat doctor plant their
patienu bcatuUJa.
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