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THE REDCyUW OHIEP.
T Benton. Mr.nL. nfkn iw hundred
thousand dollars toward ittiilding a
connection with the TCanaaUai Pacific.
Dukiko the month & October 25,918
immigrants arrived ill this eiuntry, a
decrease of G.179 compared with Octo
Jcr, 1884. ' i
Mit. Gladstone reatntlj-jweiled a
cross at Edinburgh, Mil dffy in a
hearty manner in staging Itfce one
hundredth Psalm. " $
A Biu. to reduce the Mexicarmy
to fifteen thousand men kas fotdpCintro-
duced into the Mexican Cngr The
Government opposes the sueasitra
Gkkmany and England? have signed
r.n agreement to recogaize tnish
iwereignty over the Caroline .slinds,
Spain having conceded fcom nejciai
facilities in that ouarlcrr to Aose
powers. j -
Ilor. cholera litis prevailed alarm
ingly for several months injflhc ."ofth
:rn part of Ftui'tti County. HI. M-ny
farmers report that they have lo3tlbr
entire stock. All remt d.cs Thavo tfcjus
far proved inefleetual.
l'i:r,MiKi: Hki's.-on has explained tooi
committee that the French Government
intends to stnhli.-h a poll tax, a land
tax and an opium tax in Tonquin ia
order to defray the expenses, of tluj
occupation of that country.
In the early part of October Will A.i
Jackson, late Ai.stunt Postmaster at!
Ainerictts-, Ga., defaulted and Irobbt'd'J
the p03t-oili-u at that place and ilol.
lie was followed by DetcctivefBoot'i
through Texas and California and
nrr'Stcd finally at Los Ang'le-.
Evmirxci: given before the Kaglisir1
Iloynl Commission on trade depression
shows that the iron trade in tin North
of England, from 18S1 to 1 SKA? tic-1
creaseu almost, one-nan. as compared
with that from 1871 to 187.r. Tiufnll
ingoft'is attributed to colonial protec
tionand manufaelunjis urge federation
in order to prevent the shutting outof
llrit h goods from the colonies-. .
1?i:njamin Johnson, aged seventy;
nine, ilied in the Jeflersonville. InrJ.',
penitentiary the other night. He was
a native of North Carolma and a mem
her of the Legislature at one time. He
served a ten- ear sentence in .Sing Sing,
and has been in the Indiana prison for)
twelve years, lie was convicted of
house breaking on his own eudeuco
confessing that heeomniitled the crime,
in order that he might be taken care of!
bv the Stale. .
Airnii: published in J. c Ma' in of
Paris asset ts that M. Lav.llo, newh
finntiuted French Couul at I'auam::,
SJlTo was charged In I'r m er Iri-on
'to report on the progress made in the
work on the ranama Canal, is con
nected w.th the Panama Canal Com
pany, ami took out with It tit a report
already prepared, with the object of in
ducing the Government to agree to the
issuance of lottery bonds to the value
of six hundred nrlllon francs.
Tub Chief of the Httreau of Statistics
reports that the total values of the ex
ports of nurchandic during the twelve
mouths ended October 31. lWv, wore
$717,17y.3,2. and during the preceding
twelve months $731,827,71)9. a decrease
of $17,G18.-tl7. The values of imports
of merehandie for the twelve mouths
ended October 31, 1 $.. were ?r72.-117.-522,
and during the preceding twelve
mouths .?fi."2,f)Gl.-113, a decrease of
Geokgi: II. Stbm.ix. recently ap
pointed by Governor Hill, of New
York, to the place of William Leay
croft. whose term had expired, called
on the latter on the 21th and formally
demanded possession of the otliee.
Xcaycroft declined to surrender until
compelled to do so. saying that he did
not recognize Sterling's right to the
place and that the question was one of
law which would have to be decided
by the courts. Sterling then returned
to Brooklyn to consult counsel, while
Lcaycroft sought advice of his friends.
Leaping colored men of Nashville,
Tcnn., have completed arrangements
ior a grand art and industrial exhib:
tion by members of the nice, to be
neld in Nashville, beginning December
24 and continuing one week. It is in
tended to illustrate the progress of the
negroes, and will be the greatest affair
of the kind ever held in the South. Ad
dresses will be delivered by many
prominent persons, among them being
Jlon. B. K. Bruce. ex-Register of the
Treasury; Judge Key. formerly Post
master General, and Hon. John M.
Langston, ex-Minister to Hayti.
Mr. Siiklly. Fourth Auditor of the
Treasury, has transmitted to the Sec
retary of the Navy a statement of the
expenses for the pay of the crew of the
Arctic steamer Jeannctte. in which he
ays That the act of February 2. 187i.
ivhich authorized the enlistment of a
crew for the Arctic steamer Jeannctte,
directed tiiat the pay of thc crew, tem
porarily advanced from the pay of the
navy, should be refunded by James
Gordon Bennett as the Secretary of
the Navy might direct The pay roll
of the Jeannette crew, which accompa
Bies the letter, shows that the men or
their representatives had received
money from the United States to the
amount of $20,555, the balance unpaid
amounting to $5,254, and subject to
modification hereafter. The informa
tkB was seat to the Secretary of the
Waxy for each actios as he may deem
THE WORLD AT LABQE.
Of tb Daily N
PKRSOXAC ASU POUTICAX.
Adjcta.vt Ghixbal J. B. Stosbhouse,
of New York, died at the Ebbett Homo,
Washington, on the 25th. Be was born a
Maidstone, Eng., December 23, J813.
Thojcas A. 1)ott.k has been reelected
Mayor of Providence, R. h, by 2,050 ma
jority over Asa Lyman, Prohibitionist.
The Republicans" had no candidate. Li
cense secured 826 majority.
Job Emuktt, the actor, was recently
taken from the St. James Hotel, New
York, to Bellevue Hospital, suffering from
Vicb President Thomas A. Hkkdmcks
died suddenly at Indianapolis at five
o'clock in the afternoon of the 25th. He
had been feeling unwell, but his dettth was
quite sudden, no one being in the room at
tbotime. It was known to himself and near
friends that he was suffering from heart
disease and that he was physically frnil,
and therefore his sudden death was not al
together unexpected. Ho was born near
Zaneiville, O., September 7, 1819.
Alfonso, King of Spain, died of con
sumption and dysentery on tho morning of
the 25th. He was born November 2S, 1857.
Commissioner Eaton, of the Bureau of
Education, sent his resignation to the
President on the 25th.
Marshal Serrano t Doshnquez, Duke
de la Torre, the well-known Spanish Gen
eral, is dead.
It vits reported at Rangoon that The
baw, King of Barinab, had fled to China.
Gladstone was re-elect ed from Midloth
ian wjth a large majority. Elsewhere the
Conservatives made largo gains on the
John B. Stallo, tho ne,w United States
Minister to Italy, presented his credentials
to King Humbert on the 27th.
At Stockholm, Sweden, the editor of the
StcrifjH Tidings has been fined aud sent to
prison for five years for publishing articles
insulting the Prince and Princess of Wales
and the Princess Royal of Sweden.
Thc British elections, so for as heard
from on tho 24th, showed Conservative
This United States Fish Commission car
I No. 1 left Washington with carp for dislri
hbutiou for tho followiug points: Memphis,
Uf or West Tennessee and Arkansas; JacJ:-
on, for Mississippi; New Orleans and
fihreveporr, for Louisiana, and Dallas aud
Austin for Texas.
Conway, a flourishing little village of
simc .1,000 inhabitants, twnty iniK's from
fettle iiock, Ark., ou tho Fort Fntith Itail
MnV. was vibited bv a terrible conHiiirrn-
1 IT " -
Uljin the other night. Every merchuut in
li'.dKvn suffered more or less, thy total duiri-
agi) reaching $100,000.
JpAi.K.v's Hotel, St. Lotus, aVchcnplndg
Injj house, was on fire the other night.
iCb(ro was great excitement, h woman
Vmpiug front a third-story window and
bjg seriously injured. After tlu fire was
liiguishrd nn unknown man was found
itt So building fatnlli burned.
fAcon Hniiikk, nu employe at the Pith
winanufactory, Louisvdle, liail his head
rj-Jfcod recently between tho elevator and
Hi.,'1 killing him instantly.
'J Minneapolis flouring mills exten
shIji shut down ou the 'J.th, tho mills
betjgouly worked to one-half their Capac
Potjj. children were killed und-r the
ruiis df a one-story rookery which fell at
Jcr.'f j( City, N. J., recently. A man and
woiriui ami two or three other children
iwen tjiijured. Tho owner of tho building
wnn irfested for mauslnughter.
Tut Powers on thnTith instructed Prince
cAlexmiiT of Bulgaria to ni'e to tho
arni'.-.U'Tc. A.in Lilian i.ns given orttcis
to his.tr4ops to cense hostilities.
Tiu.Pt3tnia8ter General has arranged
with tjeVennsylvania Railroad Coiiitany
to.exixl(tt) the mail service between New
Vorktnd St. Louis so that a postal car
lMTinp.irw York at 7:Mp. m. will ntrive
iti St. lis at ,r):4." on tho second morhing
instead x$! a. m. as nt present.
Jt Br.fk-fN rail on tho Chester Lenoir
NwrowiMtigo Road threw all tho c?rs of
thtpass:i-r train off the track and down
auHtib:uinent near Gnstonia. N. C, re
cently. Tenty passengers were in tho
llrsi-cln.s 4pd ten in tho second-clas cars.
Twelve demons, including four ladies,
AiA vMt-bound freight train from
Ashiirilluajfttroached the Dcepwatcr iron
bridgi atlWorm Sping, N. C., tho other
ninrlag, ihfengiiie struck a rock hich
had jfsllei) won the track. The engine,
tender and tHyee cars were thrown into the
riverain witr forty feet deep. Engineer
George PaiTifh, of Lynchburg, Va., and
Firi'iiia Jari Whitfield went down with
the wrck. T
TiiK'AutiIna Government was reported
concMtratini-oops in Herzegovina. One
reiinept frt to; Lower Austrin, one from
Uppt-r Aitr. nd one from Huncaryhavo
gone t 'Bosi h via Slavonia. The whole
force is to f.rtg a militar cordon ou the
frontiers BonAt and Herzegovina.
Coi.ojnei, Ai.hIkt Howkll, a brother of
Evan P.' Hovel, editor-in-chief of tho
Constitution. aiGeneral Masscer of the
depot, was shea
Attanta, Ga., by Henry
C. Pope, M the
h. Howell was reported
in a serious eond
unding the assassin-
ntion of X-Mi
Bowman, of 'East St.
on the 35th. The taking
the Coroner's J ary was
diet to the effect that
deceased cane t
some partjar pv
death at the hands of
s unknown was ren-
of Oregon, through
Captain Jos 3f
en, uregon's btate
mplaints with Sec-
agatnst tue vsoin
oner of the General
Land Office fftr hi
lure to issue patents
to Oregon fo$lnc
tosnid State hy Se
ary Lnmar's preile-
cessor, and rir pe-S'
ting contests to be
after such appro-
iniuaieu tor ssbm iaj
proprietor of th
w, while handling
n pistol in his
at New Orleau
e Southern Hotel
,pon was accidcut-
oandiog his wife.
A few minute
Davis put the
uiurzle to his ov
nd tired, causing
dead. Davis -
Davis is also
ytteld, Ky. His
wife was form
loa ot the 2mh
U've gains." The.
S6 seats, only
offered by Servm
men tuvadel that
1 the armistice
Servians fled in all
Hexrx N. Smith,
who failed some
schedule. Hts lia
William Heath &
136,753, also for
stated, and Woeris
In the churches ref
character of the lata
AgrxaT sensation bis bssMcancd in
Luna by the receipt ot. a tslfcrant an
aosaciag that General Cat-erasC with his
entire army, had surprised aa) occupletl
the town or Chicla on tbf J fst Aft.-r
his return across the riveK at HsViripaina,
folJowrd bv the Governrafct trs'. Cace
res circomveuted the lattsr tyiigfct 1-1 ly
cutting off the Governnieuf xpsliti)nary
fore. f, fit
A kzetixg of the Frenc Cbs1! r or
Commerce has been calledfo dissL th
subjsct of the prohibition. Cf AJrrj'-an
salted viands, it bing aJlegl thatjAu er
ica has decided to impose ' '-eshjflar on
French silks, wine and othcrTpi odose.
K. If. Faiics. the sculr.tor cf Ilii--
wtnt to Indianapolis on the Irth toTtaw? n
plaster cast of the face of tin, lats Ycv
President Hendricks. Mrs. Ik n dries
in receipt of telegraphic conSxi! jneesfrem
all parts of the country. Jj
A tetaiid exploded the Jlajsfr Alfon
so's death under a cn'e m a bSxc t aij"..n
ing the Puerto del Sol, Madrid? WIasVwa
in the viciutty were shattered tud ibre
persons injured. The explosion ca4 d
grat alarm. Fourteen nrrestsh.-.ve he:j
At a meeting of the dircctarh of4h.
Keely Motor Association in PhilaJelpbiia,
recently, it was said that the di3overi
would be submitted to a commitfee for tx
Geouge Eveiiett, a retired Bosto-j mST
chant. committeil suicide in Ccucoiid,
Mass., recently, by inhaling chlct jforss.
No cause wns known. "S
Evacuation Any was cslebratel ii
York City on the 2Tith by the hoist ng of
(lags on the public buildings, theltatteiy,
unit the o:l lort in 'Jentral J'nrk. C
The Frenrh Chamber of Deposit re
fused a titotion to adjourn in resjK'cl t the
ntcmorj'of Alfonso, on the ground th it it;
would probably have to pay -uch a b ibutei
to hmperor vv iUiatn. h 1
The Jiritish steamer Aurora was wfi-cked
near Hartlepool, Eng., recently. Thto-ew
The three-masted schooner Highlnnd
Maid, of Port Stanley. Ont., was found bot
tom up on Luke Er.e recntly. Noflitig
was known of Captain Oliver and bislitiro
HOiis, who sailed tho vessel.
At the Loudon wool sales on the JC i,
,:m bales, chtelly Sydney, Port Pidl.p,
were disposed of. Prices were tlrm. V
llv tho caving in of n quantity of eart j
in u twenty-tlv.'-fo'jt cut on tho WiccoMiu
Central Kailwuy's new Chicago line,?n;
Milwaukee, a workman named GcoffC
Schnefer was smothered to death and an
other so badly injured that thero was Utile
hope of saving his life. .
Quite a numlwr of men were badly hurt
in a riot at Neil's coal mines, near Titti
burgh, Pa., on the morning of the 27th
growing out of tho s!r ke in tho fourth
Recent telegrams frn Calcutta nn,
nwince the breaking out of a rebellion uf
Nepnul. The Premier has been man
and tho Maharajah of the province
been taken prisoner. Tho Itritish Resident;
was a! T'tit on a toitr of inspectiou.
Wmi.t: Churl-s Struck and two others,
emplov. d i tho Risdon Iron V'orks, nt
San Ft .mi. .-.o, weto hoisting heavy cast
ings the derrick chain ennio in contact
with an electric light wire and Struck in-
stnntly dropped dead. Tho man next to
him was knocked insensible, whilo the
tliirtl one received (pure a severe shoe". I
The Albany (N. Y.) Supreme Court l..vs
refused to set aside thu injunction granted !
in SyracuRO preventing the sale of the West sau ted the w ifo of Mr. ICimsp. living three
Shore Road to the New York Central. ' nklcs frooi th" town, and then brutally
Neak San P.ernardino, Cab, the other Islpt herjaud 1 -ft her on the ll-Hr uncon
nigut, Thomas Stanton, whilo cooking his I sefcts. Th'tliunken brute promptly left
supper, was approached by. four Indians, , thBcjuntry ai I all elTorts to trace huu
who demanded whisky. Having none to h;f. beoa'jfi.'ile.
givo them, he was unmercifully beaten, I QiniujRlb .e, l:iug in M-arney. disap
then held over his tiro and roasted alive. J ptr I frpBi hi h ui very mysteriously
HIr l?gs were burned to a crisp and he was . .Saturday saoruing. November io. He got
fatally injured. . up 'dtfo"roi!a'.luht. pre;ared hi, own
llti: execution ot tue eight iu'linus round i
r.dian Northwest Territory took place at
Rattleford on the morning of tho :!7th.
Fuij.ki: detail1; from the wreck of the
steamer Emma Graham, ucnr Ripley's
Landing, O., show that Fireman Mylo
Cooper was drow ncd. Several deck hands
were also mi-sin', b:tl it was not known
positively that they were lst.
A west bound freight train collided with
a tea train from the Pacllc coast, ou the
Northern Pnc'fic Uaihyay, thirteen miles ,
nncr nf ..Tiacn?llrt ritfiintlt T li f n-t fnre I
were wrecked. n"d it is reported thnt thrJe
persons were killed and others badly in
jured. No names were triven.
Dan McAi.t.vrr.it, otherwise known a3
"Peoria Dan." a life couvict nt the penl
teutiary ut Jo'.iet, 111., escaped the other
The business failures for the seven days
ended November 2t wero: United States,
11)0; Canada, l.; a total of 214 as compared
with a total of !iO tHe week provious.
Chinese pirates recontly captured the
British ship Greyhound and cargo seventy
miles southwestof HonglKong. Thu Captain
was. murdered and the crew fastenod in the
hold. The pirates got on board as passen
gers. The authorities had captured six of
them, who were taken toJCanton, J where it
was thought they were lieneadd.
Acrahax Gould, a brother of Jay
Gould, has been appointed Purchasing
Agent of the Missouri Pacific Railroad
Clearing house returns for week ended
November 2S showed an average increase
of 51.4 compared with the corresponding
week of last year. Ia New York tho in
crease was L4.
It was recently reported that the iron
steamship Etlmondsley, laden with cotton
and flour, from Galvestou for Liverpool,
was ashore near Hampton Roads.
Advices from Sofia state that the armis
tice was only concluded after the Anstro
Hungarian Minister had notified Prince
Alexander that if the Bulgarians advanced
another kilometer Austrian troops would
cross the frontier and fight the Bulgarians.
The Minister added that the capture of
rirot had saved Prince Alexander's mili
tary honor and assured his reputation.
The steamship Harlan, from Vera Cruz,
arrived at Galveston recently and landed
among other passengers two young men,
Hiram Morrow aud Charles E. Padgett,
residents of El Paso, Tex. The two young
men were stricken down with yellow fever
shortly afterward and removed to some
distance from Galveston.
Senor Nicolas Atellaxeda, ex-President
of the Argentine Republic, died at sea
while en route to Europe recently.
Tire replies to Secretary Manning' cir
cular of inquiry for views oa tariff revision
have been classiGed far enough to show
that the correspondence when forwarded
to Congress will be a protest agai&si tariff
flRB Alton elevator building at Cbicagn,
aedat itifitO, bsrned recently; also its
coatemts, ),00f heshcU of wheat, Talaed at
550,900. The property was tally iasared.
Tax Japanese Goverasseat has asdarssl
Osaka aaC'Kohe, cholera tafected part.
Lkttus ct aasalalstratiosi were sraaiteA
la Philadelphia am the SSth oa the
JehaXcCalloagh, the actor. The
Alpaca head of rtwoUlissdsts
vewarsl Ifcaaurej. Tnoy r
hy Taaisns, who akUcfcoa ska
"- ariswaltraamte aaystt Ika Garsrasr i. ,122 Zm
- T W tf.B -M 4V
.NK15UASKA STATK MitVS.
The diJferent ratlroaiU In the State har
made rjort of earnings and expnrs w.
the Railroad CommiM osrs a follow
Fremont. KlVh-m cc Moun Valley, trarn
:ng5, iim.;-.i. oxpeo, n.in.ri.
Sioux City 5: Par. tic, ?arnn, lS.tl-i.Tl.
e-xjeuie. $. 7il; Chicago. St- i'aal.
Miuneapjli A: Omaha, earuiar. ,62,
ii.lt.. expeus.-. M,T;2l.6T; Uaion Pa
citlr. tarnitig. j1,-',Tj1.42. tccpn:. &,
&?,:ilta: Omnhn. iubrarn lack Hub.
caru.iig, iJa.rlV. vxpranv, ilC3.tTit:
Ojnniia ,'j Republican Valley, fornwiix.
j To.Cwia;. expt-ose. J0t.ttl.i: SuJui
cc -tern. arntag. 5l."t..l.K-,fXpes-,
iT'TrV T.SV: Mionri Pacihc. wjraings. i,
ITf.TTi.M. .-xiwiiseii. 4 41.0.W. Tfto
Rurltnton A: Mitnri Ruad u yot t be
The Roar ! of Trade of Fmmont has nn-dt-r
cotii.i-ratiou a propoittmu from
Kast-rn cafita'.it to start a pork pack
ing house in that city.
OxuiA wa thrown into n great tat? of
ox'-t'-m-nt the other ut'irning by th an
iiouureuifut that John W. Ijiur, st'a-ral
i innager ntid supr!iitndent of tho Omaha
Nad Works, ha 1 shot and instantly killed
hii voung :ff. According to lit-, state
ment he was awakened during the night
ty a noiae in his hoti-e, nwl .-eirig a tUttru
uar t'if tool of :! n l-l Hn-1. and the p-r-
-n fell to th !lo .r. He then M: by his
j-'tl- and fojn.l that his wift wa.- not in
11. (letting ip, he d -rovertnl that hu
had :sntakii hi.s wife fr a burglar, an 1
i'd sh-t her ifi thv far n-nr the none. She
nt v. r !pofc and must have died nlmoi in
stau'ly. HIj .story if not Iwiievcl bv the
p-( !e, as it s charged that he had liecnuta
n t.-jous for his j-alouay and ill-truatiuiit
of his wife, ulto is repre.-t-ntel to have
! u highly cultural and rertnel. Thr
uiatt'-r was undergoing investigation.
A convict in the Penitentiary tinned
: .1 il.n P.frvm, has cr-ufeiswl to the murder
'of W. It. .Smith, who was found dead n
Ithe night of .November t, 1SSJ, just outside
?bf thedtwrof hts olllce at Uinalui. Smith
is ("lerk of tho United State- Circuit
'Cfiirt for th" District of Nebrn.ka, a very
jp pular and well-known man, who sIvmI
hih tt. political circles und wan extremly
pro'nuuivd in his views on te::jerr.iic-'
mutt- i-s. For this reason he fa lmtel ly
ajce.-t.im element, which led to his munler.
Ptrsun was a hotel runner and a hard
"character, since tent up for robbery. H,.
now confesses that a saloon man paid him
$300 to eomiuit the murder.
Miss 1 1 Eta N Wot.KK. of David C'itr. has
the' h' norof being tho iir.st lady Notary
Tubbe in tho State.
Tue C'nunniH, oners of Holt Comity have
contr.'ift'd f r the c unpletion of the coutt
house f r " '. " M. Tins will make tile total
, cosmbottt -I '.,,y, and give the county the
uesbcxiri uouse in .tuuii .eiuasK.i.
C3!!. AMiKf.ws. n resident of ICelth
7ount". . is said to bo one of tho heir- to the
".awrei.ee -'1 ownlev estate in !!tigaud.
valued at '.! ".!). Andrews' share v. ill
t3iicbtbt mil l u notch, and his. sUm-hug
it consid-rtMv tic vaied in the coiumuiiity
cilice the niiiio ini-eiuent.
I RevAW. D. (...:, tho (Irst Methodist
lu'ssionn.'v in N braska, ditsl recently at
j - fc - .Tnciwe. nge-d eighty-seven.
'v iOUIS rfiu, n veteran rrimiual. who
j frn.s r c nt boarder at the K-nr:iey
C 'inty3 nl, is wanted in iimten very
afit !y. Tae other night. ii
s:i -e otdit r I.tishand, he out:
tiring th nb-
breakfast, took one of his hordes, ami it is
supposed rode nway, and has not been
hears! cf sinci".
Tfp joysjt ns of a farmer, and n weak
minded masuree ntlv attended an exhibi
tion at Iteatu tt. i tli-ir return thev
b Slight I Itottle of whisky, which one of
the ls dranV freely of and became in
sensilfe. Soon after reaching home he
LatS josOfilc changps in Nebraska:
Established. Alcove, Sherman Countv. Do-
Forest!? Van Tl ck. postmaster. Namu
i ?m .. 1M r
changed. iouM, Daw son County. toCiznd.
OtiD&s have b-ii given for the erf etion
of a depot aud ptlu r terminal facilities at
HowordfC ty, the present terminus of tho
Loup C:y exteasiou of the Tnim Pacitic.
TilE lipt violekt death recorded in Chad
rou was alit other dav. John 1 lurd. a bar
keeper, ifote acetd'-ntally shot by th dis
charge ot pistol in the.hauds of a playful
At Fori Iiobrarn. one day recently, a
soldier titan igcd'to steal alout $W) from
one of thj) ifucers, nnd also to secure n
large fiunj-l flonghig to th Government,
nnd then lift for pai ts unknown. Relny.
of trooper 1 ad htm hunting for him for
several dajfe, but without succrss.
The stortL cuuet (rom Plattsmonth that
a j'oung misa who, as a farmer. pos
sessetl of a:!' forsane, conceived the idea
of getting Vicher'hy embarking in tht
stock business. Hejwound up h-.s butn
a short time Ig sosae jJ"0v0 or more "in
the hole." , $
A new hol : heisjg btflt at Eumrson.
TriE public SclookiS)f Friend were clo.sI
recently on aicount ef the prevalence o!
At Sj-racusitbe other day the fnm be
longing to Ana Weaver ran awav. throtv
ing him underlhe wagsn and breaking his
Docs latelv ! daaMsge to the extent of
killing thirty hlad oC'tfcrep tJonging Ic
William Gast.fa farsMr bving near Dc
the other day. as a brake-
man named Geofc
of kicking a brasV
. erslan was in tne act
looses 1 "'t h balanee
and fell between" cW.in -ach a manner
that ths wheels pja ?d epr one of his legs,
severing it just liko thalcnee.
Chewing-cm a cbsajrage at De Witt.
"ranted a stay
of execution in th
uadf r sentence of
th Mf the murder of
xirtaad'-r at th Kt-
James Hotel, in O
iftnleac was paa
',t a, !: rririg. V.'bn
shilsa ha j st is-n
filed a rrit ia
allowed to to
.d ml the ijaprem '
Sarpt ciairas to
'Jse'fltur eocnty o!
tbe Siat?. tnanufi
rigassiui.l v more o!
that nrtlrl- than an
AtCKKT ALXi. wi
i2 Ms wir nc: of
:aag, bss b-i
rearrested and lag'
C ii-Ji, ki? jrar
a- figTtresi at &.
Ret. F- B. LaK9x
IveaSsBSJ. Jh vea-
.f tka ?Cbraslr.A
jtroke of j
t WsB?r. Mat
.e eaa.$A cane
h'f hsssV. b:t
Tho Vico President Dioa Suddonly
of Pamlvsia of tho Koort.
'u Ono In tl.r- t:.Mn Wtirn Me tl- III
Lat W'tiril A "j,rf.trtj jblnrt Oiuo-
Ltniw iin.. Ir..NoonibiT ". Vice
Proaicit ileodricks dl ry oUlenly at
hi" lexdruce a few twinate b.ffe are
ncJk'is:erds aftrrnoMt. Mr. ll-incs
t-atoefnua Chtc4g.earJr tn toe er ansl
conipU.ne! nf tcebng an well bml nothing
M-nwis w t'o:ght ot it at tti time. Tn
day nigtit the Vtc lres drm arnl Mr, lien
tirkrks attcndrtl a rtlm at the re-ilrfco
of the Hon. J. J. (jHr. sad aftr be came
home, he cutiiplainrtl uf .u hi hts ,Hlc
and toiarh. In the uio:n.o he was no
better an-1 his f.tmd tkhs.r.ao. Dr. TtiMt
so:i, was called n. H gae him an eu.r:e
and later m the ,i. an injfcUn. Mr.
llendr.s-Ks stayitl in his ro-mt all da r, ami
the most of the tune In t-d, although he
Mil up : freUrnt intervals. Mr Hen
dricks rer,;,ved n caller, but aNttil live
oViock Mt. !IedrcS.s left his Stside to
4e a caller for a lew minute in the pariur.
ishe was tie.'aei Joiut than sn rjoeS!,
simI when she returned U the rin -ht
found ttnt Mr. Hendricks was dtnul. The
end of a lais and rwntfu! lfe had cmte
peaceably and i;u etly. lh la-t wonts
were: "I am frte i.t last, .etnl fur
El hi," meaiitng his wife. T!ero was
notMxty ,n the Vic Pir-iduM's rHi
r!iett he t'.iesl. and ooly Mi", llemlricks,
tiie s,Tauts and a caller wi-ie In tbrt
bouse. Mr, lioiilrtcks was aloio-j dis
tnic'etl with grief and rouhl not restrain her
tee mgs Mitlleiently to talk.
When the l'rr-itlrnt received the newm of
the death of the We 1 'resident he iinnMsli
atel calletl tlu Cabinet tintethrr ami l-susl
mi order that the National Hag ledi.spja)ed
at half m.ist on ail puttl.c hm. dings at tho
Tinted Males; that the evertttiie mansion
and tho sral executive iirmttmesits In
the city of V, ashiugtou be clo-s on the
day of the f it tie m I, and K drs;ed intiKHitn
tng for thirty da-; that the usual mili
tary and naft! honors bo rendered, and
that on all the Leg'ttKuts and Consulate of
the L'nitecl States tn foreign countries, the
National Hag be displajed at half mast.
Tho President telrcraphesl bis condolence
and s)ui;Kilhy to Mis. HeiHiricks, aihl tho
lMTe.it"l Inly also received in.tiiy other
teiegrauis of a suuiiar natutu from all purla
of the country. I
Thomas Andrews HeiiiiiK-k.s. Vice Pres.
ident of tbe lnitil Mnts, was born
near 'anesville, O., September T, 1HU.
When he was s. mouths old his p4iietts
renioxed to MadisiMi. IimI.. then the ie
dence of his uiirlt. WliUam IIinclrick. who
was stiivecively a mcinhs'r uf Congress,
;oernorof the Mate ihI t'uited Mines
Senator. In lvi. he teinovod again, himI o-r-tetl
a hoiursteul in the Jbn -pactrly st-tl-il
county of Miflhy, and tht dMiuly town,
helbvtl!e, is ujwii a prl of tb ohl lien
.SriCKa frui. In this home Thomas
A. Hendricks t!ed h's Uhrit till
Sii, whet ,hu tnleted Hanoer otlece,
at Hanover, Ind., fnn whJi he wm
gtaduatcd Hi 1MI. He then went to Chain- ,
bersburg. Pa., stud.etl law tu th; o(liee of
hi.s uncle. .Indite Thomas, was rtdmi:tel
to the bur tu IM.. and returned to lwltn
i.le, to pnut.ee. His siMve tu hln pto
tcsMou was pheuoiiM'iial. lo ist. he
mairied V.ltm C. Moriraii. They have
no children, tneirmily m;i Imhtg dieil in
liilniiev. littheKtme J eat. at the ace of
twetit-si, he was .sent to the State Legis
lature, v.heie he M-ied one term, Ult he
w;itd not accept a ro-eieetio::. In Isil ho
was elected without ojtsition a iiumiiImt
of thu convention that was ca.'b-i to rel!
ami aiiU'iid the Mate constitution of Indiana,
and was prominent and eftleiriii in that
work. In ivji. anl again In lsW he was a
nitrttitHT of Comer'- fr'Uti the I'ifih Dtstrict
of indiatl.i. At the clime of his seeuiu! '
term he intended to leturn to his w prc
tici. but I'nsdent I'eice apjH.inUsI h:iu j
CoininissioiiT of the General Land OfHc,
and hu ser.cd in Hint caparity for four ,
jears, admiuisteriiig the affairs of the
olSicc with great ability. In I'sW he
was iioiuiunted as Deinucnilir enn
did.ntu for the Governorship of
Indiana, but was defeated bv the Re
publican candidate, Henry S. Iine. who
became Governor by '.,7i7 msjorttv. In
the same year .Mr. Ilendticks removed
from Shelbvville to Indianapolis. Fnmi
lsv: to March, ls0, Mr. Hendrteks, '
was a member of the Trilled Mates.
-icn.iJe from IndiR'ia. and was regarded as
,i Democratic leader in that lHi. H
ered elhciently on thu ''onuidtteis oti
Cairns, tlio .Iitdic.-.rv, Puhb Ijinds and
Naal Alfair.. In 1-ot he advocated .mm!
oted for large appropriations to bring
the war to a r!oe and spoke ehxituuitly in
fax or of an amondmeiit to Itirrease the
piy of th" soldiers flfly kt cenL beciiise
of" thu depreciation of the currency.
Ll the Democratic Nation il Conveiithm
of W in New York, on the twenty-first
ballot, he receivisl 1'rJ votes as randiilalu
for tho Presidency, .standing next to Gen
eral Ilancoek. whorecetvisi I.Vj ,; but on
tin tuial lindot Horatio Sejmour was jmuu
nated. In the antir.iui of tint ear he was
acnui a candidate for the Goeniorhlp of
Indiana, but w.-.s defeated by 1MI majority
by the Republican ran I idate. Conrad It.iker,
who afterward beevne a lawyer partner of
Mr. Hendricks. At tho cos-of hi hvtft
tonal term he returniil to liidianapotl. aud
resumed tho practice of hs ;irofe.HHi.
In 1V7.J he was ehttiil Girrnr of In-
dima. defeating the Kcpnbiwan randUJste.
Thomas M. Drown, bv a majority of l.ns.
In .Inly. Ib74. he was Permanent Clninnan
o' theSutj' Demo rat.c conve.ition at In
dianapoiis. In the National Democratic
convention at St. Iiius in June, IsTrt. hu
rcceivisl IS-T ote for the PrrsidentfcU
liomlnnUiiii. and when Samuel J. Tihlrn
was nominated he recchol 730 ont of 7ia
votes as candidate for the Vice PrWefrv.
In 177. and again in lv. anrmme.l
by Mr. Hendrirk-. hn made a brief toar in
F.urop- a a relaxation from his arduom
professional pursuit.. He was member of
the National Democrats tnveatioa at
Chicago in July. hM, aid m thalf of th
Indiana de.egafon iKn:s! Jep F
McDonad. of thai Stat-, for tl.e PreMdn'r.
After the now. na' ton f (Jrover Cirveiaml,
W.Hiain A. Wa'laee.wf Pmnsylvama. mwul-nav-d
TiKini' A. H-ndrwi fr V P.'e.$l
deni. and ttw cutTK "it vol- ca.t ftir him
tuvie hm tue unaahaus nnjiw of tfti
Too failure of Uie Horrnjaicat
Ftcaaicr Alert, whk-b rettroetl ttwnhvl
to M. Joan's. 1- K - the oibrr lj. "
jH-aetrat- the : tA! llofaou' Stra.i
U i(:arnW aa a st-noc hiur w ll:
M-oeax by which rt prooi to c
taW sh r. -omar rootetia Hod.n Par
aif! S.rzr u to rttoi for tt nhipsaoat
.f the trwlucts of tit.: XorUwt Torri
lors." "lh Alsrt ww -a' oat rr
pnslj to tieU-na.De th fca-ikMiiy pi
t r prof-rt. at! tso who rit?ftoSi ii
havtt abBLaei all idrex ol U pcaa
caUhtv. Ouch? Iiau
If ausi or arsaa ty t lUni is s.
pr"a.t wi.! atmo lway uv-lp
ii- If at rtL Ki Dr. -oo"raws-Ikio
cwaclusle after .sgudv.ac the cb xl
it i xvvuale.1 la t--? rwconl t Xorth
Athn: c cnKeraat trveL Curiou i-
our;h. in uirlr every cic the natretii
ha.5 been aihn. ami ho bora rvcots
taeaded lv b'-a actlical attcadaat ta
trv z. sea vovasc
.3 kiad of pear.
" ," ,r.. .t .
WwsOi appiC?. Jsr.. piuiua. -.w
W raxieucs o: goowanrmc ssu j
zboul 123 trawl.jrTii$.
A cedar loz wa slrnck at San
Pemardiau. Cai, while iinilajj aa
:.r.c.r.a well, at a cetrtit of I(X vc
KING ALFONSO DfcAU.
Thr Lit Hour I Ih King nt rJiTh
Mown Hit ltgl.
!xik. NaveHihrr 3X - Kog Alfsvi
1 &vaL TW futisn Qte has tst re
re.jv.sl a dHpah fnm thc HiUh Aaha
ahr al Madml aeaonrtac Usat Klag
AlfoMfO ited a: nitM i tht motn-wc
The dtsastf ran,eg t doatb ceo
FtttMplHm, spr4rrSes! by dr'snUvrjr.
a tTA:tn AtvotstT.
M.vumn. Novi-wtsjc M.-The dyhac
agoaW-s of Kta Alfonso lalt alts ene
tinuottsty truut Mo4af aflsram iatll
V'diMsbi Msornig. TtutHcVit Utmdj
ttisht Hts Mastjr hjwl a Mrm of ?
uoslkr at, which mt th ixiomA uf fumr
smI the hrMlit3 mad by hi lou iHa
ami hi hu&ilUT la trtt or tth
UfOL rtustnul ph -',-.' from X.tdrM
aasl t iswal )srtit,..rri of Kl Ptxrao
w In ruuUnt atlmxtaArw. A ex!tai
ws held and the pfttshruuks dvcstn! tsw
their ratal pUent ta dasster
of a cost nuance t ss thrtxtjtt
Tuoda . an.1 tMietot naUi be WmhiUI b nf
Ibnesl vf his Mittmocs b JratU. It was
thtA prncUraUtig by tW Hrtr whtrh
siart.st tlie ruu-f that lit Km; ma al
teedy dwd. 1 he cUjojuv furrbwd-ng of ih
ilo.-turs wits littfrttliy ful&RML "lUe King
Midrrtl intetie aguoy at sAorl inttisnt
throttshout TmTMtn. snti at Might. UktXy
esterU4 nxKiuug the NtU4uc paciaan
sw that Uie r-ol wa ttar. and th
rnyal fu.!, the rhief oOhMfs of stato simI
the cab net miiUi4er writ vusnKusL Alt
nnpoulsi .u pvroa rvn id th Mia :rr of
War and th.- lnUtuM. h rrv unnh vo
teach 1.1 Panto m tlw. Tte lkii Nuork
was alo itrsnit, rs-ar.iK U tite
lw-esilrt40M of the 'nf which U Jst
in time to tli l tho dj iiw uMMiarch.
The King tlil at jrrily J iS wVWk
ist'rl4 UHtriiiiig. Prrtnjrr t anta SsTth-with.suiuue-n.sil
a nMN-ti, g ut the t'atMut,
and tt was bed altuw4 unaMMtuiirlv, Ut
only absrutrr.s Ntn thc two M.attrm
atne mentioned. Th CatMnrt formal r
apisxnttst (urett Martn ChiL4iim r-at of
lu. it, tn aircttnlaori with thu simWi law
of stH-V'vun. In rowpuancc with aasdhef
provision f the sam.i lavs all lb atntttben
of the ( n.'dnr; rimlrnel. tMit tiey r
ttutt Uieir p.rifiiMv. ami perfotm ths dul-?
of their ofrtee pettdiltg Uie atuioiBreuieta of
the Kegpnl's i'raur.'. 11m rmaalas of
King Alti'tirHt. ktter Ivtug in tst t Mti(tl,
wltl Ih- bulled In tho itanthron aaslvr th
high altar in fccurtal 1 aUre. wbb-h ia th
too.b of all tbe itKiahd: Kittys slar
lMeeu Maria (hiis:na. Mm lUftrat f
jtaln, has nreeptesl thi resignation t tho
Piewier. (jmu!H Del juUUUi stwi hb
eiileagii-s. anl ban enlittl fMn unt ?'.
M. Nint to fottu a new MiMtiy. It U
pndkxhte that a new eahtnet h ill N ron
fMs.si, imt ai prwtlrat l. ot thi
stnviMiig u.-mr.rs of ths- :sjrnl
catMue: i.f vt. Tho Mimnh or lh tot
prominently ir.niio-l for te vatbtt
r-rtfoli- re - (tttiows; 4Uiiirof W r.
rilUiii (.eiM-iai J. Joe;iiy Talrrr; M
ksi.r ot Fiiuiev. mutr iKMiislon, Minttrr
of Kitroico Affair. ? A. i.ud at Mm
qir.s te .a 'iga iH Armijrst; MinhthMof
Justice, eMr AIimuo Maithiet. TliotKilr
chatigr m th list trout the oala rahJiMrt of
1sm U in tho re d lit War Mtaiotor.
Tins j ind was oiYiiled by t'aotata t.ettert
Mmt'itex l smpy4n'un. bwt It said
that he I to tx- aptHMUtwl Cootntamler-hi-Chiet
ot the Armt. 'aptain U-necal
l)e .tw 1J. wil ttoonMy bo appoint!
tlyx-erwor of Madthl.
Tlie r-riia lis of Kln A lfono hse be
eiidMiiiHHl. but n .irnttumti havo yrt
been iiiiI.tel for tho funornl. rar of a
revolution in Madrid I sobw.diiMf. Mt.1 It
hai Ih-iii deridnl not to uVeiuro a tat of
kiect lii that rapttl. and out U rrt to
martial ,uw unbwci absto.utirlr aaavo4ablr.
A MURDEROUS MEXICAN
Irllti- M.-X ."III Ivllla Kla '!'. lriJ.
Ili.nl.-r. Il.'iiii..' of ,o Ae'tl.-t.
Hi. I'ami, Tr.. Nivombr XX Tb
Mexican entral train arnvwt at 1'rmo oI
.Norte yeteitUy six boars behind llm. Tho
deisy was owms to the wrurkUiK of a
freight tram al the I j Columdo Itaiteh. four
miles frtun Zarat-ra. A tiord if hrp
tsr!iil to post uimI.t the trutti while in mo
tion, aud crowded vi thW-kly beneath II
that tin- emcine ami ten ears wnr thrown
from the tras-k and (Mrip4etiy w rocked.
There were ' eit ronrertrsl Into inut
ton in a er fi-w iouutits. ami tho wtwl
held, rMit. tig of 1,000 he?id, Honht
liavo Ion bk"W.se lrut:onosI had th'
wheels of the train continued ill
few laitiu'es longer. '1 h w.r t ih
heep. who ts a wealthy ami Influential
insti hi that oetlm of the coontri, arrtrml
xf ;er It o.-riirojl, ainl lK nt aeiiwn lowr 1
reiiiiiUmg matters ws to hoot .Iosvm tho
two MexuT.ll hifders, who lu d lu'en jw.m.
Ies to control tho sheep. Tho
jx.ir men Urtist to rou away
vheii they aw him aptirwrhts f'Striag
the btuUI roHeiiiet(rits of hts angt-r. hot h
ro'dly stftp(M U.rr inominao by Im4iok
them down. Tl- ualu men re;:id that
in ll bkeiihixMl Jm will not m-et ponWh
tnent whirti the datudiy dN.l ut rkrhly
entitles bun to. l-'ai.- he has westlii. In
tliii'iief ami ronnerlion. It l a pty th
roAurdly bfHte con not Ui giviNi a Ut. of
American Ijnch law.
CONFESSED HIS CRIME.
. Mnn l'oiif t It'lng l"rly
Slnrtlr In I'lo.nl 1'fiuntr. n.
Maoiun. It t-. Voxfnl-r J6.I,-t nh;hi
Aaron Well wa eonhaed in ail here,
rhargcl with murdering an emigrant near
!: '"'oud ("onoty. Kan., alxoit rot-r
liib. He toade the confeUn Ut a Dejoity
Mierifl and a he dot not do the !woOoc
but a tramp Mtt)ed John U.aail, with ooi
Jo- wa traeHnr. dhl It. Well, Vito'vr.
under the name ut Pae... bipi-s the Hir.
d-r-l maw pri-'rty from Ach4i to
Bguxla. III. Here, he says. Qja4l i.
rted. to e--t hwi at ISeardUeu. hot
!,,. v aaissiteil by a MrImoM'h LViuoty
fdirrhf fx-'ore r-arJing there. H .Jis nrt
ktin'j the name of the mtuder mM, !
ca:r." Iroi Iwa. aM 'torn the rrurks fwud
on thsr vragn. w etnl-otJr Tit-m ltd
0;V. A rai'rrfcd pass. smh1 hy tfce IUv
llngtnn A !. ri Kter KaUtnad f K. V.
CfteMriot. l wAiches sh4 a rd h-rket
rjtiioir. e?or- of a niaa ml vmnwi,
wre fouMl to WrT Untie. Thi hkriy
txtoornl to it mn;4rel mn &d tmzj
bl to .s oh-.uty
An rztizwrr ia a tptrU. sUI fn
CaliloruL-i iil w th fnhlfi tlenth r-o-nUy
His rhrthiac oaaht ost a r--volvinj:
1 h-cl aal ho wo wbtrkot raj
hl)v arnd. his W ctn'x vtct'oathr
ia contact with !! Bw si muck rvxoio.
lion. I!w Josh; bo w hs lbi rwsosV
t-os I unknown. n lh-tz ws no oe
cle hs tlur mli at the Utso. ant Jko wo
only diio'-Hi woa h. damgkUr wml
to call bias to mimptt. T);o W4t g.
for rr Kail a t'onr Ss. Kranr co
ha )ta.d xn laoaanr J4oo afos Vc
fcsrsch, trtMi ca a4 a wiinVfr.5
jutto;. ht ruvatk aju & aetm t-
ran U (ncsli cotstacot. bst nhjt w
e ooabrrel ti wiflfo! Bumlmi
now discovered to b dee u afc-s.
tioo of mind. .Th leave Lt-ffast n
C3.e which the Jeil ki rcceUy do
cided ia a pecuLsr pos.tioa. Sm
A mooatalo cxiiiorvr. ftii rrtttraI
from Asia. tabr tiutt dnna a fr
.... :... v i., f.t,.
uB rcntc . c.;.-
Dowuca :rei iaotc m sea. psir.
cormalJjr oaly sbty-thrvtr Ustt per
jniuv.tr, ciasi tew uctv uw
bcals pr ro:nrttir. aa4 it nrspiraiioa r
arere oftca twice xa eusctoo aa
Tl ..rptrwtlr of tH- Crfier lifctl
Ml lnnst Urt.
! W.tssisswj.si, Xmtst3s; .TH
nanl rs-srt of IL W. CUnossv orr 1
of tils Corrworr. cwntaso saas -ii
' hsforssatMOk. It smms shnt 4hnsnt thM Tr- sT
so;! NovMohor I. 1K Iti hanfc
t-?m orrvouoit. with a topMot a J.
aau, xwd csrroUrtMsr news hoe hrt
W aim am ortjnntisthw asaitat
?t.S7lia .s:ws tlo rNtMi4.nii(
aaboaal hoaAhwc synoss. oa FrJttO'f
lt, Jww hov ihssi nndisl -i'
UonaJaoat. iti &SwootJeiaaoMH
oatary IKjanhirow fur Is sswistj f
:n ap thou klfsirs. ty-ahso h .
lata wfntaty tq,i.fcvi Sot t r
of Mnjrs.alatlMSx 4t toor ifo ta
Uoa hy oxntratwn mi nsMlr sat.
which aahs ihtrtrosshjt !' t-
rsasusMft. an! tat haw as fal ) '
hands of mntfiror fur Mh soifwsso
tog as Umw oaTa r. ha a iW lot a
brff ta "uMoojso on SwoSkhot t. HV
airh la th- hxncs numhot has aa
tn onralisi at an on ln
I'ttaW Uh armhoonn oC ta of
13. y aashna! hnah wh a r
toex of ftmsi hM.aea m ii6.9m
r(aaUl uautt a nthmsaasa nVf
rmtott 3tas r.s w)0l to t
of ttkesr rn4Ui. Tho OhaaaCsothH
in rsstnrOoa o tho ssasasa oV
hitMSi ha tho effort to inmass iho u
of mnott bonk ovyao-nHL Whilo the
t of ssaoJi hnmo wnpmHnwl
Jly U 17, to Jety I.
with a motto! of 9l3.aa)
tho aasahot mi hooks 4 tarn .
got :jr.i July i. Pen. to JoJy I. !
M. II uU oarttruhtr attontoa
frt that hnks rm no tusOr or
eprrily tor tho oorooo looates
imtkm lor tho roi thol m-a gvoot
Ity at rooms only the oiaOMat ooo-
Umtht roUirrt b law a jtntt- '
tho ouifHwu o tsaabwt rirrnUthm.
"it i hotitrrod Uht tho nolloMoJ K.
f Urai will tN ronUaaod osrosilf She
riottoan orgaaibHt naor H won ant
emulation at a mvoAI. tUAsmurh so th.
lrotMo untloc it has aown It u U
hol lntetst uf tho ooNio as wotl as
hooXs tt tho hunoM hooM ho r
n nntltir a nooorrtl inw hrtS)0 r
throohont all tho 4lffrfont Mass,
tatottoml Is Ofido w ithoai no)oI
t anhs oriCHntx.-d nals tho atnko of
Stilus whirl rnntotn eritnin arosrtohx
res4riettenM ooiUr to lu ( itao aat
tnkiag Ian'. In utaav of
.v4aliM. howovur. tho boahla -
aye iJofofiivo. nal M ia e
that tho JiTficntoo nt-M tho onhh.
nA ho homnsjonrsvoA, nor tho work .
tf laws xi hofasnhMM ami aoolai
t,t pnotiwl hy thlrtiohiht !taloo a
ouo erairal ksw nf tAtMrrao, nofrfW-a
sli baukime tatltaiWwW A larx
tr of book exilrol by Uasitssiuo
tho j oar ta lhan bavo ! mtH oxpe
itnr nx ir inUm to twi, Anox
hanks u ho otrnptl 4nrug tfco n-'
worn thrty In tho ntv of Xow To.
n aofnfnlo raiwlal of as& 3&.uoa, -ns
i tars:o nunthor to iHto4on. ftillt.!
d "h-i tNinnoaJ rlhnx hrinwoo.'
larf t honklnc tntloitoo tn tho I
Mat. tlotilon t rftlhol to Iho f
ma.ix of tlioao hunk woro othtiaajt
Isrsl urolet tho StmtfT Uva
NototthtAtnllua iho rfaauatinft
banks th nfs-fslo atooiml h Nm
VMstt t- sorufe tho rtrrti.'otMot s
tag th Mt arm, tltmlnhsol frwni
;um u ..s vu.vai ml tho om ii. .. .
ctn-nisihMi oorinc Iho yoar bo bw
&&, 11. Tho toU'ietHo hn hrn .
ws oktlmstoH by ihs romotrIUr ,i .',
naa ruoi, am no I nttoil rslote -.)..! .
bott rol'est Ut oontnt Hir,'.g li
HidiHf .tTmior 1. IA 1 Im r '
from other raesx, oototiy tb si.n .
on ritiitln. hos loon tiar ih'
nl ip!rd ml m Coo.pt r ij t-lt-rotUort..ot
Mill roloM un m .o,
totton had nhisi wll tn rm. i..o
whieh nstotool honk hvrU fto-o tit.
of flrrultUlnir nohro atni ntoo-' tt
tot tot irenintho he fenoxol '
auomol of r.rs-iition oho-h not-' . '
htt MontUtoit V looo ho inn-l '
(tor vatoo of the hsooV dtt; '
llo refers to Uo fort l hat ;iii-.
has boon a otomnrtoo !n u
tlolen tint rttOOiAU4 OM-.li i
roiiilrv hn UreO torf-oe t
lr ami 4twr e'rt.tvou
rtttinort.toi h rol Mttot.4m t.- i r
MHtt In his lot nnnaxl f tst 11. mt 1 -tiaootl
ro oooe if t,u.ion'V,s''
n"nde tini trroorM of thehm
the lell(rments of tfe' 0 ty
aivl H liable to or ing t'.r rxo )
e.iontry U a ! Ii aol rnoo .u
rree of fioftori! UlHrtoor.
1 lie ffnft rwiU 1M -hper on not ..ml
bank fa.'aros. fr.oi tshuto It sjjms f .
four tsini.. with ah jxttni np( . r
3W.u foll during tao IHr&l I
(atH.tirs In tgard i- lh- iotu. '
iMtomat hooks aro lv-H, hosing t !
during the aool yms en4l J one an ;-
U.ere ( )ktn( Ui tror sTwfriniin t i ..
I'oIImI .Vals 3,7Vi,Vsi UOM . r ;
csilaUng note nf rmtaai h . s
1 hw refsor n eootninw onwiO'flls tt
to-nt if U e roMMr antl Ub Ut" of
nalotonl ho:k dartng thr t ts o'
aotl a detalowl ntairtH-nl of litrtt nwvi
on Uie 11 day of vstr, lov. Ti '
fereMt Item Irelh-Ate ih.t to hni '
the imUooaI books n VarxHi lora-t
daring tho pl ynar. aithooch ""
tso of i'niUfl jstatm hA
JUid rlrmutiog m.W- hsn deoreaw.!.
Tho i ooilroJrr z- diUthi In r; !
lo Uis Hiii f th bank rrtrln(
Jn-y 12. tv nd refers tnvmlany u.
OlfUuii tt ti. lw nf ri imtMwMi. i4
afar to a- been grroatly mllrt, ;.
hot enii UtniUtm Ut certain sooo'"i. '
whOh U rt'rie. of IKe a.jt tJ.-fsr
Jfrs hO 'hir-OO tO " l.r..ealf 1
Ihvkio4 hae l-m Jn-i doHog u r
Jitr in Ute tltT of HuattM hsri ,
the AMHtsot of H ITd.-ovs. l(mnml
ftvrn ai to loan od rt- of ni-f-'
UtroogVoot the (vuoiry. frUoi;ty tot Uie
ttftorip! cshe. Ami tn tUrnUn mi " .
gres icoiiei Ui U,a 4i&rn)lj of mU
tn? ooto of M-otoni VjSO ni h- "
!! aUtote. WfcHt fSMfovM hno rf i.
thMMt huks Ut nr oo faoi iti, a-- m
cl-nij to ori-fuorth of UVntr af 1
Tar t'oortf otter 1 of tho saJoa ti
ihr sktooMl ho,t h not t wmU y
srts! hy Uu kjw noml.r of anxnrj nt.
fajnri shorsi fcc nmmot 4nrla i
jwot to jeors..
WArs-tar. osonnVo M. i( t M-t r
Ipp-skmr ClrO'Sh1! o4' wjk ;tj .
-'-asay tor ;ai Ii2 aoorugs OTs'ofr
wi Tamil. Ts - rcO(mt srot
linoto w i-nt on ta ykfkji uninom ufr
mi ta- oV It rQQ'4 t- nWS tntv. ; .
i-X-X-J a tstn Sns t of ao) rittonU
at sio tfc-nr i mil ins u -euttmn. -.
(.ooftsoM Sd Uwr mmmUf I o noy
jnfminsw; ojf a krkest &wn. ..
t-OL i0. fc-f VttnUnml A1N OJIiWi.injy.
it J4m ; ptetot jer4 t-.t- ". o
ttd Ut lCe. h mltm- t-ius
df4 tttrJL3m. o4 mk mt .nrtjroi f
lit Hajm ii knx,"nt Sm i - vi O. i
Omxbjl, Nu Noetatg 1. IL
ITfa.k.-d. a 9niVif UX sx.atcVtr wA.
Ij la tbe Vtaut iuv InwfS Coort t.
XhU city tet diruiiz 0 io"rrini
aad aJujrs.Uific of jfj-'j. iUstit'f
enicV-J oc eoo o-sat. t-?u oas f V
CTosfrtrMrr u arirwi. '
. z Uns C j.
. .. ... rw m 4xsvA IVt?tli., imx
xt Ul P sf tx:ut m e'
fefronsertat Ufui Caticc ifc ja&j to s3
jj uxs,zr t&eUcUixt So Sua aavoi
is all to X.i ado. T&o svaolt? i ant
U-xt Vum f 1.CC9 aor saotw la WSoj oc
Uijr---.'gt U tits, twin er bu&.
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