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ftOaae tilae ago lor publicly villi
tka Qaeea of Spain, baa been
to eight jean1 confinement
, aailittrr prison. He wm com-
of the palace guard and a
of tie late King Alfonso.
UbKDOif correspondent eays that
fbe old public schools in England are
Relaxing their strict adherance to the
lilaMics. "Rugby," he says, "is about
to institute a modern side, and changes
la the same direction are being grad
ually introduced at Eton, her great
.rival, -Harrow having long had sonie--tfcing
of the kind."
The Turkish Porte has issued a cir
cular to the powers in which it point?
. -.BtthaUhe present strained political
fcitaation is unbearable. It says that
'Turkey, though not to blame for this
late of affairs, is' compelled to main
tain a huge army on a war footing at a
ruinous expense, which will empty her
.treasury, unless the" Powers effect a
The recent murder of Mr. and Trs.
Jesse C. Wickcrsham, near Clovcrdalc,
Cal., by their Chinese cook is reported
to have again aroused the anti-Chinese
sentiment throughout the Pacific slope.
As soon as the facts of the murder were
confirmed, anti-Chinese organizations -
were effected in many of the most im
portant towns in California and resolu
tions to boycott, the Chinese were
An Austin, Tex., dispatch of the
J8th says: Thursday afternoon, from
out of a clear sky, a tdiower of very
fine dust began falling. There was no
wind at tho time. The shower in
creased toward nightfall and continued
through half the night. The dust had
,a peculiar effect on the lungs and
throat, causing irritation and hoarse
MCAs in some cases. A similar phe
nomenon was witnessed here eight
collections of internal rev
ir .'v. .'
first six months of the
June SO, 1885, Were
918,519,611, asscreasc of $2,0291G4
'jmtmt the collectiotli during the same
Mriod of the last incal year. Tliere
was an increase of 96v73 on spirits,
Mil9,S(5 on tobacco and437,801 on
twwented liquors, and a crease of
974,475 on miscellaneous item. The
isteeipta durinr Dccomber, 188JStwerc
.rJH9,241 greater than during De
ccokdiko to Mr. Erastns Wyman,
be Baltimore & Ohio railroad will not
9, prevented from crossing the Kill-n-Kull
and reaching New York har-
eren u tne new Jersey
iteeislatttre refuses permission to
K tridge that atrip of water. He says
;fJb wiU be boilt' out into the
'fsmmmmT? ene knndred feet on either
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$ Ui! ksd that a boat four hundred feet
T -. -T-
'leag will be constructed to fill the gap,
Hlirnishhig a continuous track across.
-Whenever a vessel approaches the boat
will put en steam and paddle out of the
The people of Athens, through a
rptvamittee, telegraphed .to Gladstono
jn$eat1y as follows: "We place in
:r hands the Hellenic cause, with
hope that we will find in you a
champion.1' Gladstono in
attaching to the action of
both on general grounds
wr.aaA ot their intp.rrp.mmn in
the formationf the Greek kingdom,
' I earnestly jhoptftbat Greece will pause
'Jsjtforo placing hevsclf on this occasion
Weeiiev,w:th iHeir deliberate anH
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4Thk advance sheta from tew blen-
Wl "Millers DireeUry1' published at
; Milwaukee, show a Bet decrease of
jplj iijht flouring mills in the United
and Canada, a compared with
The cross capacity shows a
ifcghtiarreaeoverlS6ft Every Statu
saWl Territery shows a decYwiso in the
-awaaber ef mills, except Dakota, Neva
U and the. District of Columbia. In
'iHlaeonsin "there is a loss of one kun
4redand twenty Mills.tho present nuin-
bcing six hnndred and fifty-sevev.
f -te . it--- . .... . . Ti- .
- - waa, Ohio. New lore, Illinois, wiseson,
Hk. - i. fc - - S A mmS . '
vf T ' I p aw VSBW ASWMW wa - w-
i i j vsisa rannni or miArin.
Tsm Siaploa tunnel, which will very
lortlv he commenced, ia the most .
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$ IjfaMlioM nndertaken of late year to
, naeilitaU the eoaamwnicatien ibetweea
IS WtolajHttlf4 analBrieg
XWppasBltM .'moemtama to uao aw-
yyrvsmlei' aaar as jBSi tBunou
ma or stress,
at a aancar lewer
of the otheta, it wUl
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lar""16 tfly , banquet given
tae students ec tne vxmuercec
t Paris. In a speech he said he
tefnl 'for the honor conferred
He eulogised the French
f education, charactersing it
enlightening, ennobling and liberal.
aaM for that reason many Amer-
availed themselves of the educa-
sdvaatages afbrded by France.
tuts renown." he said, "is far
der m juilitary glory. When I
; to America a snait suit iaa
of France ki the traditions of
.chivalry, cenrage and devotion
beb!fidvby the Frefchmen whose
HEWS OF THE WEEK.
Gleaned by Telegraph and MaiL
Warn tbe Senate had finUhed its pre
lialoarj work on tho acta. Mr. Voorfaeee
sailed op bit retolutlon exprcmMve of the
Bemmte't dnep sense of tbe public lef In the
death of tbe late Vlce-Fr!dcnt Hendricks.
Tbe resolution barinz teen read Mr. Voor
hees addresned tbe Senate. En Ingles we:e
mlao delivered by Senators Uainpion. 8hor
nan. 8ulsburjr. Erart, Ransom. Spoooer.
Vest and HrrJon. The resolution w.
adopted and the EenHtearJJourncJ,...Iu The
House tlie call of States for bills was fol
lowed hy the Introduction of a nil in tor of
new biUs. Several committees u!fo retorted
bills, one belnjra bill to pension sucvivoni of
tbe Mexican war. Mr. Thomas, of Illinois,
on behalf of the Committee on Navr.l Affair,
called up tbe bill authorizing the voluntary
retiiemciit of cc-rtuin oRlcers of the nr.vjr
who have rendered conspicuous w.-rvlce In
battle or served thirty yearn in the navy.
I't-iidlnif discussion en the bill the House ad
journed. In the Senate on the 27tb tlio tuemormls
of the Knnsm I.eislaturn for the establish
ment or two additional military stations an a
protection iipninst Indians and for tho ex
tens on of military facilities at Tort !tl!y
werepreen:ed. Senator Plumb's resolution
of inquiry n to the nuinler of military
bands in the army wm agreed to. Senator
Ilnrd'on's suhMitutu for lii orJKinal resolu
tion or inquiry as to the ndm.nist ration of
the IVnsion Olilcf, whb taken from the table
ami without dvbnto aj.rf.ed to. The Kif utorul
Count bill was postponed until Monday.
Senator Harrison called up the bill for the
ndmision of DaUota and addressed the Sen
ate Jn itn favor. Senator ISuUi-r then took
the tloor to icply to Senator JIarr son. but
yielded for an executive seBion, after
which the Senate adjourned In the
House tho Senate rnxolut.ous upon the
death or Mr. Hendricks were preented
and ltt.d over until Tuesday. Tbe morn
int; hour u as taken up in dir'cni'J'n tlie tiill
for tho retirement of certain naval oliirers.
and the Hoiikc proceeded to consideration
of tho bill declHnnjf forfeited certain land
urantstothe States of .MissiRHppi. Aluluuiui
and Lnuibinna. to aid in tho consti notion of
railroads. This bill is identieaP with that
p:ubed by the House in thyorty-eij:lith Con
tes. An amendment was adopted that the
lauds re In red to the public domain rdmll b
Subject to entry and settlement under the
provisions of the homestead law only, ami
contirminc; sales of such lauds heretofore
made by the United States, and the bill
Amono the bills introduced in the Sennte
on the 26tb was ono by Mr. Sherman to dis
continue the coinage of the silver dollar, to
provide for tlve purchase of sdver bullion in
bur.", at cot less than Ouo,U) ounces nor
more than 4io;.0'j0 ounces per month at mar
ket price, and for the :siuo in payment there
for of coin certificates of not less denomina
tion than flu each, thn bullion to remain in
tho Treasury as security for tbe payment of
the certificates. Tho bill for the admisnion
of Dakota came up and Mr. flutter addressed
the Senate in opposition to it, Mr. Wilson,
of Iowa, followed In favor of the bill.
Several meosnxefl were receded from
the President transmitting Information,
when a iiicsshkc f roin the House announced
the deuth of Hon. Iteuben Klhrood, late
member of that body from the State of Illi
nois, and tho Senate adjourited....Mr.
Weaver, of Iowa, introduced a bill to pro
vide for the organization of the Territory of
Oklahoma. Also to open unoccupied land
to actual settlers. In Committee of the
Whole tho bill reported by the Shipping
Committee to abolish certain tees for tcr
Ices to American vessels was taken up and
pending couniderat'on the committee rose
and the House proceeded to the considera
tion of appropriate resolution touching the
death of Congressman Iteuben Klhvoml, of
Illinois. Kuloxfes were delivered, and the
In tho Senate on the 20lb Mr. Jngnll.,
from the Committee on Judiciary, reported
favorably the bill relieving f rom political dis
abilities Oeorjro S. Storr. of Torap. and on
Mr. Inalls' motion the bill was ptissed. Mr.
Call introduced a bill to pav ecitaui claims
of the State of Florida and in a hort speech
blistered a WnHliinulou claim aj;eiit who put
In a b.ll of f (i'.'.WK) lor service:, in behnlr of the
State claim of ?5fVK)t). At two o'clock Mr.
Vest took tho tloor on the Dakota: biii and
Hpokc against the measure, at tbo conclusion
of which Mr. I.opau took tho floor, but krvo
way for a motion to adjourn and the Senate
adjourned until Monday . In tin- Uotife
nor a tow pnvnio measures nail i-een re-
Tied by committees, the House went into
CSSjnniitteo r tho Witole ii the private cal
cnHftr. When tho committee ro: the House
tooJrtkrcecs until evening-, at which Fess'on
fifty psssiou bills passed. Adjourned until
Jutrm announces the
t from the turf of
ns for years figured
to prominently in
ncin;r annals of this
country, and whoa
Ush turf with Pare
Ictories on tho Enjj-
d Iroquois made his
fame world wideAtl
racers will he sold.
albert m, urn
;, formerly of lttch
ily at Algiers, where
mond, Ind., died
he was Consul, ot c?
The sentence im
in tho case oTPny-
master General J. t
initli, U. S. N., h.iv-
ing been approved,''
couflrmed by the
President, was pron;
;atcd on tho 29th.
The court found hini
ty on both ciiarjccs
and sentenced him id'
dismissed from the
Uureau of Provis
ion, rank and duty
position of Chief oflt
ions, to bo suspended?
as a paymaster, on fi
urIi pny for three
resent number in
years, and to retain
his grade during thai-
The Queen has acot
Id the resignations
of Lord Salisbury atl
Tna wife ot Sacra.
s cnbinct and 1ms
Hnynrd died at
She had been in
Washington on the It
improved health six i
the death of her daur
milts previous to
ir, Catherine B:ty-
ard, a few weeks sifi'.'
features of the dee
f her daughter
brought on congestion
There were ifteea
from tho Patent Offioa
he 27tb, nil from
evades below the civil
cnt their resig-
The Salisbury Cabiatl
nations to the Queen or',1
21th, tbe day
arter tboir defeat tn ths
liags' allotment resoluii
Aa thk TTnlnntowm wtr
wuions on Col
s cams rolling
down to Redstone, Pa.,Y
other night tho
engineer saw an alars.
gnnl light vio
ck. Ue slowed
lently wared across the
ap and discovered that k
ge bowlder had
slipped dovn the hill aj
track. The train had bs
rested on ths
aved by a boy
named Clarke Isler, for V
m a purso was
made np by the passen
The last of the thirtv
i persons killed
by the explosion at tnetji
bnrg (V. Va.)
mine was recovered oa
Rio Martin, while oat
rti rTt rti klt
Inting in Lan-
was fatally shot by tiej
chargo of a gan. y
The executive committe1
t tbe Knighta
of Labor has issued an on'
ting she tfallory Steam:
Galveston, Tax. 4
JaxBE, the naturalized
sen, was arrested atXiel
many, on tbe
au ana expenea irons x
tinse of his notice to leavej
FctXTiN families ef'i
iutn on the
Gaape and Boaaveatare
t of Canada
have been rendered desti
y tbe failure
- IX-aauTMatedia Be?lbBat the Chinese
' nri . . aaBBBP
Lmmnmmmmmt a against a new
ttwfll "postpone the laying of rail
In the Connecticut Senate on the 2Sth the
rules were suspended and a resolution
passed calling upen Congress to increase
the daty on leaf tobacco.
Parses Bismarck, in ths Landtag re
cently gave as the reason for the expul
sion of the Poles from Germany that they
were disloyal. The Government proposed
to bay the land of noblemen in Prussian
Poland and plant thereon German colonies.
The question of the policy to be adopted
in regard to applications by tbe Senate for
information relative to "suspensions front
oSicd'' was considered in a Cabinet meeting
on the 2Sth. Tbe President was understood
to be opposed to complying with requests
for such information and was sustained ia
tba.t view by the member of his Cabinet.
Rhode Islano manufacturers fcire
formed a compact for mutual jeroUctiaa
Thb hew York Produce Kxclmuge has
adojded resolutions calling for the im
mediate suspension of the coinage of silver
The Texas State Treasurer temporarily
suspended payment on claims of all kinds
on tbe 29th. A deficit of SI),ODO exists in
tbe various State funds, especially in tbe
school fund. The cause was due to the ex
cessive reduction of taxation by tbe last
Kohrkt Maixokt, of the Mallorj Steam
ship Line, denies that hht company vio
lated tbe Galveston agreement with tbe
Knights of Labor.
The Attorney General sent a letter to tbe
Senate on the 20th Jn answer to tbe rcsoln
tion calling for nil the document and pa
pers in relation 0 the management and
conduct of the oftice of the United State
Attorney for the Southern District of Ala
bama. The particular information ask-.d
for was refused.
The twenty-fifth anniverrnrj- of the ad-
iSHion of kar-safc into the union was ce!e
bra ted at Topeka on the 22th. j
Ku.viTZKY IH:adovci?, justice of pea.-v. !
Setntjrj: Yu?ky and 0.owrky, recently
condemned to death for IeIouging to n ;
Polish socialistic rovolntionary association I
styled the Proletariat, were executed t "
Warsaw on the 2Utb. j
Fiiti; originated the other night in tha
Ityan Drug Compan v'jj building nt St. Paul, !
ilinn. The loss footed up 'J55,000; fairly !
Tut: Secretary of the Treasury has iestw.i
a cull for the redemption of bonds of the j
3 per cent, loan of ISsi. The principal and j
accrued interest will be paid at tho Treas
ury of the United States in Washington,
March 1, I65J, and the interest will cease .
on that day.
The buKineKs failures occurring through- ,
out the country for the fceven days ended
the 2$th numbered for the United Slates.
2-Vi; Canada, 37. total, 2i'J; compared with
329 the week previous. 1
Ausxnic was recently placed in the tea
pot of Mrs. McConuell, at Davenport,
Iowa, anil the whole family of seven were
poisoned, home fatally.
Tun Delaware & Hudson locomotive en
gineers, who are members of tbe Urothcr
bood of Locomotive Engineers and Knight1;
of Labor recently refused to haul can, at
Troy, N. Y., because the goods contained
in tbem were boycotted. Trouble was ex
pected to grow out of the affair. If an en
gineer wan discharged all tbe others, it was
said, would strike.
Thiutt-fivk thousand acres of land were
inundated recently by tbe breaking of a
dam at Roberts Island, near Stockton, Cal.
Six houses in tho llolloway road, Lou
don, collapsed the other day. Five passers
by wero instantly killed and a number of
others were injured.
Tin: count of the coin in the sub-treasury
at New York has been completed and
shows that tho vaults contain five cents
more than the books call for.
Aitr.iticAN' railway securities wero in
good demand on the London Exchange.
A fiui: broke out the other night in tho
building occupied by tho clerks employed
in examining the records of the medical
and hospitnl department of tho army at
Washington, but xva.s extinguished before
any great damage was done.
Ci.f.auino house returns for week ndcd
January "0 showed an average increase of
2S.2 compared with the corresponding week
of lr.t year. In New York tho increnso
At Teluride, Col., the other morning a
snowslide demolished four cabins at rhe
Sheridan mine, burying twenty-two men
under seventeen feet of snow. Four men
wero killed and two fatally injured.
A riKB broke out recently in the four
utory brick building owned by 2. and G.
Lindsey at (Jrangc, N. J. The loss wa
Tun engine house at Ihe head of Masonry
Planes, near Shenandoah, Pa., look tire
early the other morning and was totally
destroyed. The massive engine ami ma
chinery were totally xvrecked, and several
weeks xvill be required to repair tsie dam
age. Tho loss to the Philadelphia & Head
ing Railway Company is $riO,000.
Font unknown men attempted to cross
the river to tho Kentucky side in u skifT, 1
near Evnnsvillc, Ind., the other day. Tho ;
river was full of gorged fee, making cross- '
ing very dillicult. About midway across '
they encountered a heavy Hoc, which
crushed the bout, aud all the four men !
were drowned. '
Ar.otrrono mile of the side of Scraper '
mountnin, near Sterling. Ala., fell into tho
uualtnuoogn river recently. 1 neie was no
loss oT life or property, but tho crash was 1
something awful, creating great cou.sterna- 1
Tun House Committee on Public Lands
ban agreed to a bill forfeiting the land
gvaut of the Atlantic & Pacific railroad.
ADDITION'.. L. DISVATCniM.
Tun announced policy of Princo Bis
marck to expel tbo Poli.sh people from
Prussian Poland has created intense ex
citement in Germany. The Germans gen
erally favor the policy. It xvns reported
thnt tbe Pope was preparing a protest.
Tun Nova Scotia Sugar Refining- Com
pany, of Unlifux, X. S., suspended recent- .
ly. "Liabilities, ?JK)r,341 ; assets, SVS,Sll.
Gr.NnitAt. David HcNTr.n. xvho wns nrcsi
dentof the court that tried Mrs. Surratt
for complicity in the assassination of Prcsi
dent Liucolu, died ut Washington on the
The matter of tho President's refusal to
give reasons for removals came up in tho I
Senato on the 2d. A motion and a substi
tute xvcre offered, which were onlcrcd to i
lie over till next day. The Electoral Count
bill wns recommitted by a vote of &) to 22.
The House devoted its time to eulogies of
the late Vice President Hendricks.
Goveknoh Mrr.UAY's second veto mes- J
sago to tbe Utah Legislature is of a joint
resolution providing for the compilation of
the laws, nt a cost of 10,000. His reasons
are that tho Territorial Auditor and Treas
urer are not legal orllccrs. and that many of
tbe laws of Utah nre in direct conflict with
the laws of the United States.
Seven Conncll&ville (Pa.) families wero
evicted from the company bouses tbe other
night and their household goods thrown out
side. A niSASTnors collision occurred the other
morning on the Cheapeake & Ohio rail
road ot Staunton, Va, No. 3 night express
ran into a freight train on a siding and
completely wrecked both engines. Fire
man Getting?, of Richmond, and scTeral
others xvere seriously injured.
A dispatch from Houston, Tex., of the
2d says: George L. Porter, wholesale
grocer, made an assignment this afternoon.
Liabilities placet! at f 122,000 and asset
JlU.000. Later in the day tho Hous
ton Flour Mills Company succumbed- Lia
bilities S2,000. The assets embrace the
mill property only.
Scuvetor General Dement, of Utah,
was examined by the Senate Committe
on Public Lands recently with reference to
publications which embodied alleged utter
ances of his implicating Senators, member
of Congress and high executive official ia
Washington and Utah in eonspiraciea
to misappropriate public land aad to i
fluence by bribery legislation affecting: the
Mormons. Dement denied the statement
attributed to him.
Tnn night of the 2d of February waa re
ported extremely cold in the West and
Northwest- At Chicago it was 15 below
It was reported at El Paso, Tex., oa tk
2d that the Apacoe awtne enter, uerocirno 1
had surrendered to Lieutenant Haas, wis -
' succeeded Captain Crawford, lately killeaU
by tke saistake of Mexicaa soldifcra.
ySttiiASKA STATE tfih.VS.
Ttfi! coroner at North Platte was rec-nt-ly
notified of tbe death, near that place. o
a kertnit, who lived in a sod hut with only
a horde of dogs for companion. He imme
diately went to tbe place indicated and
m j at.. Am ."11 I'MMtifn vsrskih ftTi-T
the dead body of the-r mater. Sev?u of 'and In a few minutes nesrly half of that
tbem had to be shot before the body could , Immense structure, which stretches neatly
be touched. Among tbe effects of tbe ber- f three fouiies from north to south. wa on
mit wa found S73 in dime and nickel-, in f,re 'pjie fire department responded cpjlck
small bags. He was probably iaaue over i jJ DU. owinjr j0 the tierce southwe: gale
tbe eubject of breeding dop, and some . a'mj mtenM. W1S unable to check the
trouble had driven him to solitude with mV fi . 9znsfVgSit ami MMn the entire structure
camne friends. Iti behaved that he fre a ot The t5cl,,r.mcnt
WuVle Mr. and Mi-s. Steen were recently ' worked heroically, but could save nothing
... .i5..t..D... 'f,h.,r, .nniif tVmn. : In the freielit hous- and rJevator. and alt
ning gear gave way ana ine nor.M- v.ni m-u
to run. Mm. Stecn jumped from the cuttr
and fell upon tbe frozen ground, striking
tmnn tbf bnek of her head and receiving
j jjurjes which rendered brr unconscious
J jor ejtee
for eighteen hour.
Tnr.bsnk of Stella ba fllfd articles of in
corporation. Capital, $2,-?,fX0.
Ql'aii. and prairie chickens were killed
by the thousand in tho late lonns.
The young and growing town of Mend.
Saunders County, lies been incorporated.
Tiik espress- company has niaf!? good tbe
losfc by the robbing of the Cbadron coach.
It is said that Mi- DNhner, thb seventy
day tdecper, hns recovered th u-e of brr
limb?, which were patalyzed at the great
L. K. .Tone., a Dixon County farmer, rc-
cently struck a seven-foot vein of coal on
his farm -i'A) feet from the Mtrfnce. The
coal is said to be of good quality.
The City Council of l'laU-moutu has
pasted an ordinance levying u 'ccupa
, tion tax" on all elates of bu-ines.-. in Minis
ranging from 53 to J".' per year. Haw kei
peddlnc and non-reident druinmern ate
taxed by tbe day.
j C11 vintoN ha a board of trade w ith forty-
ono members representing as nmuy bu-.i-
ncss house. The object of thin organixa-
, tion is to secure manufactories and mills
j upon the adjacent streams and to secure
arMitional railroad lines. A ten to estab
lish a jobbing and wholesale trade.
i 'Cue Secretary of State has i.ud a cir
cular notice to the eded that on and after
February 15, 1S--H, prepayment of fees will
be demanded for all work done in hi. oltlce.
I Omaha bns a scheme to bring the Elk
, horn river to that city and utilize it for
power purposes. It is proposed to tap it at
Klkhom City, a distance of about twenty
five miles, aud conduct the power to
JJau.aho, the Omaha murderer, who was
FPntenced to hang, has been granted a writ
of error by the Supreme Court. A new
j trial will follow.
j Late port olhVa changes in Nebraska:
' Established, La Kline, Keith County. Wil
! liani La Khue, postmaster. Discontinued,
Lavaca, Cherry County. Postmasters ap
' pointed. linker, Buffalo County, Sidney M.
Childs; Blue Springs, Cage County, Wil
liam M. Young; Cherry Creek, Bulfalo
County, K. Farr; Newark. Kearney County,
Dcnjamiu W. Vaughn; IVter.-ou, Cuming
' County, MUs Mary IVtcivon; Pilot. Cm.ter
County, Lewis d. O.diourn; Itiverview,
Ituiralo County, John W. Adams; Sett,
Furnas County, Mrs. Ma Loghry; TaMe.
Hock, Pawnee County", Junius A. Carloek.
Coi.ouxix) coal brings $.'.W in Araphoe;
in Omaha ?ft,4(K
Tin: A ins worth skating rink has be;n
turned into a court hotisu.
Tiik Union Pacific ha let the contract for
forty-five miles of road from Howard City
in the direction of Brokii Il-r.v.
A D.wm Citv photegrr.jihr grcel.i his
guests with a novel and eirctive motto
a loaded revolver in a glass case, .sur
rounded by photos of "dead" beats, which
filently commends the patrons to "pray or
It is stated that a petition is receiving
signatures in the vicinity of Deloit, Ante
lope County, requesting tho Postmaster
Crucial to trxp?dita with dyunmits or other
forcible means the mail carrir of route
:;s,:iVi. The petitioner:? are not particular
about the consequences if the mail carrier
TitK school population of Fairmont has
increased so rapidly that another school
hour.e i" an imparntive nece'sily.
Tnr. City Council of riattsmouth has sub
mitted a draft of a waterworks ordiuaii'o
to George 15. Ininan, of New York, who has
made a proposition to build the works. In
ease he accepts the provisions of the ordi-
nance it will be submitted to a vote of the
people for rat ideation or rejection.
A wauimnt was recently is.ucd for tin
arrest of Nick Teit sort, upon th charge of
a robhory committed nt Kennard, Decem
ber 12. The postmaster at that p!nc is also
station agent, and on the day mentioned he
mics"d a registered loiter containing $20,
which he had just received. Teitsort had
been banging aiouuil the station during Ihe
day, and suspicion pointed r.t once to him,
but as no proof could be secured uo'.biug
was done nxcept to olace the matter in the
hands- of too authorities, who by r. decoy
registered letter soon caught him.
Patents lately granted Nebraska invent
ors: Frederick Itruminger and K. Quinn,
Hastings, fire escape; James P. Gge, Fair
fbdd, folding table; James K. Patterson, .
Crete, grain drier. j
Tub report is that the new county com- ;
mi&doncrs of Dawes Countv have removed
th county seat from Cbadron to '.section
20," near that town, which they claim is tbe
legal county seat.
Tnn bridge nenrn tho Republican at
Trenton is said to be assured and it will
probably ba built neat mouth. Trcntoa
will enjoy a solid and substantial boom
dating from it? completion.
A sad accident befell Miss Nash xvbile at
I the post-office at Fairfield the other morn-
ing. The trap cellar door being open, she
T .,.- 1 I .. nfj -- I
l Arci-uo recently oiu a ii,t.u lire. 1
Tna body of a man was recently found a ,
tnile east of Benton near a b ay n tack, cot- ;
ered with bay. An old carpet ack and a
large supply of fishing tackle were found
with him. He had evidently been smoth-
ered by the haystack fall'ng oa him, and ,
had been dead a long time. Nothing to ,
identify the remains were found. 1
Focr. school houses and fifteen tacben
guide aud shape the young idea of Blair, a:
an annual cot of $7,4.13.
Belva LocKwoon, attcrner, lecturer and ?
Presidential candidate, ia said to be gather-.
I n f itAtif nllit aI I intn Ld 11 .
, uuiuiuianj cn .uiu .ue t.ci.a. uu bus- . jtqnare !
, tained seriou? injuries. : tiirongh to the back of the brain, lean officer find It bard vt rcstra.n their t t"t rrii' irl T--,.i A
Chxdkon Journal: Wo have now two here it lodced. Winn still Hv-5. but the n.i from Crmg on Cfook'a Ituiian wouU : mlxU'M SStlm In Sf.V
.rata of county government, two county . !lors say there is 1,0 Ikp for him. Wlnr. vl.enever they m Its contact r..U, tbem. f nCr ofilal ,
treasurers, two coantv iudVes two countv is a widower. His wife died last 5 prints. Itespons.b'e American reading In Mea- ,." "' . "" JSr
j treasurers, two county judges two county brother-in-law to Hon. W. W. Kat- ic confirm the rrprentatbms maile tf 1 "f? '.'? n!r "". cweIttMel lwi
commissioners from the first district. And ,.'"' "-'"., '.. '""" "k fTiw , ...! .mi ts .,i t" luilcc rrcotomcivlerl Crant for a
1 .u r 11 .. u teroott. cierk of the Uoone county court, Mexicans to a certain stent, rhey say i,f. r-,, i .. .JL ... .
now if some other fellow w.ta a wven-by-1 w ; ,, .n m tb ,bnon ,5 a . the b?t th-ng Crook can do will b v, Uko ! .lil!:?J " P1. Su,)lU 1
e:g PnacK on section niy w start hew b Iuaiasfe of tlw yruvlWtnr ut tn Indtan fconts out ot Mexico , oon a, j ftrt- , " LT,, k ..!. ,
second uost-ofMce we nballb "fixed." .,. .......J r -..., hm.J.' ,.... . ,,.ii,u.f i,.u..i,-,..!.i r....i f rtury IJ. l;-0'i. while that of hmfln 1
nr-fatirtoV-Si0" " Vi,al - 5
ibc ho ttrmy pennies tn the small to.ns of , of thf ;; drclxTKd by
UebUte' Governor. Hubbard aai Mayor Uice. Tho
A xzw lodge of Odd Fellows has been er-
gaaUed at LtBeola.
Th bridge acroea the north fork of the
Rermblicaa river has beea ceaspleted, BtacJi
to the advanUge of the freighters who
have been continaaliy getting stack ia the
The yoaag daeghter of Jessie Irwin, of
2febtak City, was serioasly injured while
coasting recently. Kbe collided with a
horse aad was kicked by the frightened
assspsaL aredactag eosenssioa ef tae braiau
A Sacxaaaa Ceaaty bhtckesaith is tfca
aeasaesor of aa Eagiieh stiver watch 2SS
yeaW M. It was aaade ha LiTrfsol ia
lGeaad keep time with the best watch at
gMn?ef Central Citv'a rovar have
Tw Grand irvt recht IXntt.c rtara4
Ittr-yrd by m Volcano A Coord
Gr.A.vn II a vex. Mich., Telv 2. Fire
brofcu out at 10:30 last night In tho Detroit,
Grand Haven t Milwaukeu frclsh: 1io.lv,
, . .,-.... .. . J5..t.... I... 1,4....
p:ierj;y was immvn 10 jijiiis, uumf-
The asvnger teamer Cty of Mihaukco
was lying aiongs-do tin elevator and wxs
1 ailly sctrchcL At H:tJ i. m. tin oleia
tor was entirely envclopttl In tierce tlatno,
toetlier with the remainder of the
i '.varchous, and nothing cuM ."ave
i It. Lumber jard aro jut north
of the tire anl a large portion of the
city was threatened. Twcnty-livo or thirty
freight car-i were de5Uoil. At 11M3
o'ciock the elevator fell and the warehouse
mcth of the elevator rauzbt fire. At I'Jrtlo
, o'clwk the tire ws under control but was
; t U fiercely burning. Allhunsh coverrtl
1 with corrugated iron, tlso bul'dirgs would
! have all trone like tinder but for the hard
and SnteiJigent work of the fin-men. Tbo
gale continued blowing fiercely, but had
; .shifted to the wot which allied materially
:u the hour of greatest need. The total
Ios will not fall short of Si50.(HH. which
auint.t is supjMised to Iht fully tn.-ured. It
Is conjectured that In connection with tho
shed jet stand. tig. temporary sheds will at
once be put up and hu?:lics uii the pail of
the ra'liond company will not Miller.
i There is cn!iU rabie storage room In tho
part of tho shed saved.
in sti:oi :t nv a voi.r.vvo.
I Pan.vha, Feb. '2. The Coveti.ment Com
r.il'.sinn. consisting of I'tof. Kocketnck and
Mr. Walker, sent from (luatemala to tejxir:
iij-nn the probability of an outbreak of tho
l'aravn volcano, announces the total destruc
tion of the village of St. Vineetite I'aeaja.
Some tile-naifed houses completely col
lapsed, making Mich a cloud of dust as to
cn-alu the belief that a new crater had
opened. The hot springs surrounding Like
Matillan emits a larger volume of water at
' a higher teiiienituri' than UMial. The
crater of I'acaya remains unchanged, while
that of Ktiego has been ver liely. 1
thi:i:k sii:v ku.ikii uv a.v avalani'iih. '
I Iii:i:cKi.vi::i(ii:, Col., Feb. 'j. Sunday,
while a paity of men were clearing tho
snow from the track of the Denver fc South
Park railroad, six miles above Ftl-co. n
snowslfdofivc hundteil feet wide and twenty
fivti feet tteep came down the inouii'.a 11.
hweeping away the track, .lohu Mr Wil
liams and two shovelers were biirud under
0110 htindnil feet of snow and locks at the
bottom of the mountain. Their bodies havu
not yet been recovered.
THE PRESIDENT'S REFUSAL.
Tbe Senate Cnnsbleriiii; What tn l) Atmul
It t'liiul Aetioii !c (trrel.
Washington, Feb. -. Tho Senate, had
a long cwotitivo session jrs'.etday nfter
tipoti, and it was neatly dark before ad
journment. The leport of Attorney Gen
eral Garland 011 the lesolutiou adopted in
executive session hist week calling i"-r the
papers on tile in the Depaitment of
Ju-tlco connected with the re
moval and appointment of a Fnitcd
utiles District Attorney for the Southern
Dlssriet of Alabama, was under discussion.
Inasmuch as the Attorney General had seen
proper to glvu a copy of his icport to tho
President. Mr. Kdiiiiinds could not see any
iiiipropiiety In considering il publicly 1111.I
gixing the widest publicity to the .action of
tho committee. Mr. l.utler obp-cted
to having the matter dtMMissi'd In
open se..sion, and cons dcmlilu debato
followed over tho general pioposl
tion to consider any kind of exeeiitive busi
ness with open ibiois. Mr. Hoar during
thy debate claimed jurl-d ct:o:i of the re
port from the Attorney General for lib
Committee on Privileges and ICtectlou-, but
after some discission his claim was di.il
lowed. Ilefoie taking final action on the.
question of discussing the matter in open
bcsN.oii the repot t 011 object.011 went over to
the next executive session.
A JOLIET JUMDLE.
The Mmilc'pnl I.ttv to be Auii'IiiIimI In Or-b-r
I" s.n,,rr' 1 1- Salvation Ami .
Jni.ir.T, HI., Feb. 1. The trouble between
the city efhri.V.s and the Salvationists will
be brought to an end by amending tho
ordin nice so that it will lead that nt so
ciety. clr.,s or sect can jmnule or create any
diversion or make any loud iioIij or ob
stitict the street, tending to scare lniree,
or obstruct the passage of vehicles without
first obtaining the mayor's permission in
writing and giving a goiwl bond for any
damage that may rustiX' The abler
ineii. Protestants included, uiiauituousiy
sustained the mayor, and one of the ader
iuen reported that 0:1 investigation he found
tJit the Salvation Army had abused Its priv
ileges, ami that had they accepted tbe priv
ileges olfered by the mayor as they should
have done and not defied Ins authority, no
dirtui Oauce would have been precipitated.
l.ot:nI in tbe ISraln.
STvr.nr.oN, Mo.. Feb. 2. A shooting
scrape took plr.ee about eight inilr.s south of
Sturgeon late Thursday evening, which will
doubtless prove fatal to ono of the jwrtle.
It seems that Alex. Winn and John Winn,
distant relatives, had a dispute over souio
road matters, and from words they came to
blows. Alex. WTirti, who was a powerful
man. physically, was pressing hard upon
John Winn, so we are In formed, when
Dnvid Rickey, a relative of John Winn,
drew liU "revolver and shot Alex,
through the he."ub Tho ball struck
the forehead and pas-d
T!i Ic" Cm!rAl-
St. Paix Jlinn.. Feb. L This morning
the finishing touches are being circit fo thu
Ice 1 alacc. and after dusk St- Paul's pet
project will be inaugurated amid a blazs
ot splendor. Airca-iy excursion train are
bringing in large numbers of visitors from
point, and the street are thronged,
The pvrade- to-night will be compos of
th winter clubs, miiiUa and other orgwirz-
atforw. and a large number of memN-rs of
Jf 7'" "777' ., , V V .
great pat&Je ot the carnival occcr ca
Cniaco. liU Feb. 2.
A meetiag of rep- (
rocaUttTrt of the railroads in the Chicago, J
St. Loals aad Mlsaouri faver Paenger
AiMM-tailon. whlrh "err'rH hv Imtlfiffm .'
, " - -r--- j - -
ir 1 l.ij t .. 1 ih..
w&nj, cci ticie jcaiTttiy. i cere
wa, but re dlon aad
done except to adjourn sine Le- Contrary
to general expecUtioo tna St. Paa! adhered i
to Its posUioa tlut the Northwestrm bttv
in shoald oe lsdaded la the aodit!oa
and tbe Koek I!astt reaia-l fina ia opoe-
wtlon. Both tht Ifect Island and 'Jiei S
Paul awiagrs assert tlt KorwifjiUndiBg
the cstmctlen ef tiie pooU rsst will ba
1 i xi riiuiiiruii iMiur- uc4i'T ?iiirriiLiLTii?ci- I'tvinv ,w -- -i ewircr4 wiw
DEATH OF MRS. BAYArTO.
Tt Wtl tf tfc rrmtry t tat Siirvtwe
erlnlttr OnljrTww H"a.
WAmsoToy. rcU L Sirs. Kayar.
wife of the Secretary of Stat, died at rifcnt
o'clock j estrrday monilnff. The Immrdiate
caue of Mrs. lJayanlit death was con erst Ion
ot the brain, brought on by the nhock of her J Opera Hqumj m thU cJtv yeAtarday after
daughter's sudden dcatli two werfcs acn. qoou nl fvtmlns.
For the first werk following that evrnt dio t Tlicoirntne aildrr wa dcJlTcrrd ty rx
stood tbe strain and excitement n,ullc ndl, thvett.r Charlc.. Kobiruou on "The I nr
but a week ago last Friday srwi ww com- ocer of Kansas.'
I-?llctl to take to her hrd and gradually (ki.-?rnnr Joliu .. Martin next spy r
grew worv tron day to day. tn Thursday raiding the srnwth of Kana..
c.mgrt)onnt the brain madr Its appearance, t At tb conclusion of t;vcrnor Martin a
s;id she was uncun-clous for twentr-(oar remark Hn. IL F. Istini !-po
hour iH'furc Iier drath. Aitnnoti tor
years .Mrs llayanl had twc;i a cunfirmwl
Invand she bad for the last ut months
lt.n n better health than for many years.
I,tst Mimmcr she was very U. at her
home in Wthnicgton. Icl wtUi a
couiplicat.on of dlM-af of the liver aud
;olllach and h-r recovery at that tn.: as
cnsiderrl doubtful. At the solicitation of
tier da uglier. Mls Kat Mis. ltayant put
lwr If under the can of Dr. F. A. (lardncr
of thLs city and under fits tteainirnt she
bad iuiptntrd jo much as to be able t m In
Liety tlus winter and aiihotigh still an In
valid he was 111 couiparatixely ginul health
xxhen her daughter died, i-he was about
t!'tj-obe )eat of age. With the excentiou
of her daughter. .Mr. Warreu. of Hotoii.
nad her .v..n. who Is Jn Arizona, the family
wete prrent xvhen she dictl. The body
will be taken t Wi!nlngUm for burial to
day and the funeral will be held thereon
The dra'h of Mrs Ilayatd will have a
marked ellect on the xvial festlxilJes at tho
capital. It c ins in absolute mottruug for
a week the White House ai.il the uoturs of
the Cabin. t Minister?., and withdraws fioin
society the President anil Mts C.rvelami,
tho members of the Cabinet and theh fam
ilies. On the nnupuuceiiiciil of the sad
event the President directed the Immediate,
recall ot the imitation for the state dln.ier
to the Supreme- Court, which was to have
been Thursday ever.inc, and Stvictary and
Mrs, Kndtcott'wUhdrew their Invitation. for
a cabinet dinner on Friday evening. Mlv
Cleveland will not be at home to callers
during the week, and her S.tuntay after
noon nci'ptioii will te abandoiusl. ieete
tary and Mr. Whipiey had Issued cards for
a er.-s of Thursday evening leceptlous, but
their house will le elosist for this v,s:'k and
all acceptances by late Cat.iiiel lamllu-a will
for that M.-riod be rcvokeil.
The Itlll ti I'rrtnit tbe Sprrmil of I'lritrn.
I'lifiiniiiitia Krprul ut l'rr-riiiitlun
Washington, Feb. I. The Home Com
mittee on Agriculture on Saturday began
the consideration nt bills Intended to pre
i nt the -j trail ot p!eiirt-piieumouta aiiJoii;
domestic atiiiuiils. The committee was ad
dtussed by Mr. Wilson, of Iowa; Kopte-H-ittative
llreekeundge, of Kentucky ; Cur
tis, of New York; Commissioner Colmaii,
of tie leiariuient of Autieulture; Pr.
Salmon, of the Itureau of Animal Indus
try; Mr. LNijd, of Maryland, arid Mr.
Tuwet", of Kans.is City. Dr. Sa'tnon ex
)tiained tbe nature of plrtito plU'iituori.a,
mid snid t.iat the llesh of iufected aiiiutal
was not injurious as food, and that no trou
bles hail been known to icsult from lbs
use. Tl.e dis.nise was communicable to
iiiuuial.s w'tlilu a M'rixi of tifteeii mouths
utter infection. 'I li-lef:e .iianuitliiesliot!lil
be X'emied to a period ot ciMirli months
nt least. Mr. Wlbou expressed the opinion
that tl.e tiade in nilr- l'tueen the Kast
and West facilitated the ttaiiin.sioi of the
ilsasi. among auimaS. Ail of Mat speakers
f 4 voted a liberal appropriation to ciitblethn
Depnrtini-nl of Acrleu.tute to establish and
m:iiuta!ti quarantines and slanui out the
tltse.ise. 'I bey favorcl a meastito tiiat
would not allow the payment of damage
to bld pent for toek found to bo in
jected and de.slioyed wtifio it ajipopfisi tlmt
proH-r ptccatitliHis had not been taken by
the exporter to ascerta-n the healthful con
dition of the htoek. Several ireiittcmen ex
pressed the opinion that the committee
hiiotih! report a bill liicliullui; iIIsomm of
hogs ami other domestic annuals. Mu.r".
Wiliis, Curtis. Maybetry. Whitney and
Candler have lieen appotnted a sut-cominlf'
tee of the House Committee 011 Kdticabounl
bills re atlNi; So Government action 111 re
gard to pub'ie edltcatioti. The lliair edu
cation bill will bo refer :ed to this Mib-com-luittee.
PKK IMITION ani tisiiiku rPl.TfUK.
The henate Committee 011 Public ltudi
has eotip:eted a bdl for the repeal of the
pir-cmpUoti ai.u titular cultute lam! law
the iucautc will be reiortt-d to the
ato tod.v. It repeals the two laws
mentioned oir tight, amend thu desert IhimI
ret vi as to give the claimant S0 Te,
on coiilltiou that he shall make it hi
permanent irsliii lire and shall Irrig-tte otn
liali of it. the patent to lvun five year
from the dab of filing the c nnuautV notice
of intention, does aw.iy w.th the
comu.iitalion feature of the hnruesbjAiI law
ami limits the time within winch the Gov
ernment can attarh a patent to fiejrais.
The rommitiee a o auieudiMl Nmator Jbr
r's leioiutlon mi a to make It declare that
In the opinion of Cong.e the lease tf th
bath houses and hot water privileges at Hot
Jpriiii: should not i renewed by the Sec
retary of the Interior until the i'ortv-nlntli
Congress should have legislated with ref
erence thereto. The reoititiou will Lo
favorably repotted to the Senate.
Indian Sefut Alleeetl to
m Ix.t of
Titox. A. T.. Feb. I.SIetlcan clti
zrns, who atrivtrl here lo-Uy fm Nacorl.
say the rrar the 31exlcan troopi fired on
Captain Crtvcford. Indian out
.0. ... ft, !
were etiually as objectionable 1
tne to-called iinnrade Apache. Tho
tteaty doe not autboriie brlnzing Into the 1
country hostile Indian, wiso tn tinier thfr j
citizens and lay waste their property, rhs
claim can lc proed tliat Crwk wrout
have rejeatcdly conimittnl dprrslations In
n tb- I
. ,, . i
Mexico and Hon laid the blame
rrhcsau". iliw being me ca lb
I2xatlons aial fwslbfy war ulth Mcxko.
Pomoxa. CaL, Feb. L Owing to an
Item which appeared In thi raomlng'a Ios
Angras Trttu In rrcard U tho Morrbmn
Fuilcr ep-ode, Uie reprefcntatlre of the
j-apcr was attacked on tb street hre tht
moniing by Mr. Poller In tree puxilbmc
tyle. The Tmea rrpreswnitite, it beinc
rqcal physically. d:ev a pUtoI and fired
one shot, whlt aid &ot Uke eCect. He
n arrestrtl and Mr. ra.trr broocht
ehge of sliooti with totenk to iBardcr.
The 7Txr. representative te a bond cf
forIlU W-r for a preHalaary
minat.oo to-trorrow tontnint at tm
" &ot t aiiair catuen a wsg secsauex
I .(nnlir - - - V... f l
1,7. ..--.- v.s , t.. c..-,.
iht NaVT rfceiVrd inforautii f rota taa
pacic Mail Steawthia Cosapaay to tbe
effect that aafttiurr nrvrdattflai U "-
- - w. .. .- r
Citl ikm i!htnfM nf Ttstxi'm uJ lfu I
- ", -; r" " '" "
dfrretJ by wire to reasala at As4f.
watt with the Tsaee for tbe sxearat.
It is pOMib.e that a TeacM bad sallftd I
,"frBBl '"P1"1' " 7 West before
reJ.f teatrsetteerf, la wfekk esae
will fcr ordemi taek ki raae laa stica- I
iioo arusxM 11. asa ouer tewwi win alas f
le ordered to his axsKaaea. Set saacJl
iaronaKOB U atlacaed la tae prsaaag if
TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OLD.
:Zmmmm CUmrt llrr Twwtjr-afth fttrtb
Jaj- In Hmic 5lttf.
ToricKA. Kan., Jan. JHJ.-Thi-tvieoration
f commemoraUn the iwentyfiftli annivcr
sary tf the adrohHioa of Karas Into thi
j l,U'tho"d of State vw held at the t.rand
length on 'trie vtTamioi.evotwi.uu.il.
K tloveruor Thomas A. fHiimu anil
Ctilef JutNj A. II- Ilortnn WliHtfl Mr.
Simian m hort aldrrsv. tb fwrinrr
jip.-aktng with rcferenotf t "The Mat t.ov
rrnmrtits.' r.nd the latter taic fr h&
mbii.-t -T5i Jt.d.cary of Kana-'
Ttf lion. Cyrus K. HoMldav stroke n.xt
cotKvruii; the "I'ltlca of Kns."
Ilim. Janice Iluii)rfV. nwtfccr of 'ht
Stato lMunv 't Itattroad Commlsa.r ft.
K " k -
lowed 4nel IioilMlay in an aiwto on.
Tfcr l:ailnds of Kai."
Uev. Dr. t'ordlcy iHke on Tin' 5rhnd
Ttt c.en;ng rvercl-" cMmKrlal7 S)
irkek. rttttf ojnetl by an a.Wrrws !
t 4.ei I. 1L Anthony. ProMdaat of tho
Mai llUioruat xfety.
l'apt:n J. H. Jtion. Spckr ft thr
lions,., and Ueutenant (onerwr Ubi'o
fiiiow,nl m short aihlrea'?., aftur wht-h ?v
N. W.mI dHUerrsi a tiwM.ch with rwfervncc
to the "PMMies'rs of Kansas.
The lion. John h, ear, of l-awr.ti. f. -he.l
in all 'e,dlent paper mi Ihe IV,r.
tral f.oTeinment." Mr. iefr rev.wt
It thoroughly and bis remarks wtic well ie-
The Hon. David Timelier poe 011 tho
FoUowitig Mr. n.her,5 address I!n.
V4) W"iMt de-lvercl a jap?r on "Tbo
tr-ss of Kansas."
lion. William J'Ims, ivvtetary of tbo
5tate llotru of Agriculture, detlvurwl n fty
n-iiiiitks concerning "Agricultorw tn Kai.
Itev. Dr. F. S. McCabe upoke next on tho
subject, '"l he Churches or Kan-tA.
Follow iiu Dr. McCntn? lion. Alexander
Ctld well dellverc.1 a p.-pT on "Kanao.-x
Manufartures and Mines,"
The i'Xeiel.cs tloMsii wltfi the addrosof
lion. Nob:u Fieiith on the "Women f
Tbo I'rrsbUnt ! Not Think It I" tlio In
Iririlul llir lubllo to CtilOplj Willi thn
j WA.miiNiiro.', Jan. 2t, 2 p. in. Tho
Attorney General M-nt a letter to the Sn
ate tht morning In answer to the tesolu
tion calling for all documents ami paper
In relation to the management aud con
duct of the nflloe of the United Mate-
' Attorney lor tho Southern Unit let
of Alabama, lit which. aftr aeknowi-
i rdgiug the receipt of the resolution in
ipieot'Oii. ho ys: "lit repMis it,
' laid rebuilt t on tbe President of the t nlbtl
Mates ilttisMi me to say that the tM-r
Wbleli were In Hits dejsulliient relntiir to
the lllneKt of l. Iteitliett, iDtvully ireolit
meiuled to ivuld olHo. have bei-n aJiead)
teit to the Jiid'Ctttty CointMlttee of tne Sri,
nie. and the prttH-t and ibciMieiit wti.cli
nre mentioiied In said tes4iitlon it;t t
n.iilit In the custody of tttl ib-p.it t
lnlit and lavu etehwivo retetrneo
to the supeii by tbe Pi ddiU f ls'ij,'i'
M. iMtfttlit. late itieutulnit of the olo-i' .f
Disltiet Altoniev of lint United ftlnim fi
the Sot'thcm I'istiiet of Alniia. it i
not rtoisldere! tlutl the pb4i ItttetiMtA Will
be ptowiobil by eotup-latifu sk ildr..
' lotion and the tmiitHlii of lh (mp-;
niol AH.tunieiits therein utiUoted t tbo
. Senate In exeotltlvo wnwloti."
j NATIONAL FINANCES.
Sentttir tlKTillls 011 tb riiirwintol Oolt.x.tt
uml fiioKr..n. l,v;UtKtIoM.
1 VAiiiiTON, Jan. . Sctiatvr turn-It
thinks the fact tb-l mttrly lM.W)0.euO f the
S10.000.iHH) Iximh eallinl are in lin'IwirMU or
National banks very i-tdtiennt, "lin
menus the let'tlug of tiboMt 44O0,OO
Nutioiml iMiik not,-." aul h laH inreiiii.
, "if till ptopMtloti should cnniitftte In ju
f turn case, we w.H have tho entire Imili m
Nat'oiml bank note auiotiiitla u ovet
4?30fj,(HttMti rvt'icd lefi;re ve aro prepari
lor M. We ate then bt'Htcbt faro to
face with the problem: What tea'l m
rubAtitiiie for nnlbuial Imnk note? ftbali
we issue another etn-i of hot d bvajtos ,1
low inte of interest to be mi ss th lti
ot another aue of NhIIoomI twit 5? !-
Sttatl we lme Trrtitwry note? hboll ne t,
turn to the oid statu l-oiel jytrm. or nb.!
we continue to luc I.ver ntMl rtrtjtettte
baed on ilvei? I do not think the proo
woitbl ruent U nil lncfee of tbo publ
delif. and Treasury note drpttid ! itiueli
:: Coogrein4l action. 1 be only .o!ttUt
ai'parettt to my mind J the su. of iinrr
r.-rtirlr4tr M Mr. l.'H'all t that under
the condition governing the pr-ot rite.
the wboie iMiie of .National Intuit rtoU..
vill be re Uted in front Vih to fen )eai?k
Tbe 1,'lt,.- f 4.-nrt l l.-,k r.'!i,,rcl"ff
I t.rtirral (Snant Willi lruo'-inr i;llm-l
j l ! VrTBrj.
j '; Vtinif, Jan. .". The Tribune pnt
; JUhe a letter from J-tirr4l fJrorse W. Cttii-
i lorn, of .Vew Yurk, fbe chief of Centra!
Jiallreks Uff in isll-'fij. lit which h
Uteri that lb; rrcmtly published ailfged
dl.-trttrh of :ienera Haitrck Ut(liu-tl Mr-
'''Ian rmtuinic trant with drnktine
l' fw,'r' ,H fh Ie4f-r
L.c.Jan rhauinic (irant with drtinkune
! 01 l-nerai 3Icl leliaii'. ollicul rwrr. in
M ' ,.
e writer ttes that alter careful
examination of y.c "Je'lan'n tu.t tn ech
1 dlspab-h can br found, (infrxl Cutlotu
"-" '-n, iii, j.pmi -iirni onni
tH"'atjn afKl I'ohnt'l Frctl f irant In
cent coniribuUon t th? Xorth At
aWi bow that fotli f.-n-rat Grant in hi
j not drs! until March 31. Jbtfj, more than
rrMoiliIofv f th.
Gaixxa. XJX-, Jan. ZQ.-J,hn lirsrotk.
I for By rar a rwkfcnt of Oaleea. did
, yestrrJay afternoon at tlws Vaor Heev, thi
cotjfttrv uadcr rrsrmkab.Vr chcgraAUac.
" He was aa octocraarian aad for mmt Uate
havl hr Ia fe& health, aiUoxh ant cwrj-
tJri to hi bed or his roost. Shortly afbrr
dinner Wednesday w rvmaxkrd to hi cwes-
panSona that he xois la ill.
h tfim wrat Xt sof k deUarravly to pre-
Si waf I ,&
LT.seif af ally hV:
wrV aja cka Jr ,
wear sad dean eater garment. The
jtnmnum cotap;ea a wrat la ax
laid deva eat his bed aed .M wUbia if
taaa sahaatas srUhat a strsvgk.
WaUiJifXA. 5. CU Jaa. 3. Tera i
asfar&w rrrtleaiaat taioafbawt txU sectless
swer ta aaj araadklac a4jgay ay
twa Uurmm Wes via hare rcsUy
asade tbeir ais,aartcs arairad here.
Tfcey kea ay f tfce osaeaca, featdiac llr
Kathifs at aat ia kwrty lata.
Taay r to tke yeaur cksae aa4
by aysaaaUdzlac arJUt Iktie eeiliaa
rata their adbetOea, kee4c tteir i:
. il e4 The jaaac ata aaT
iraeatJy arcaaiiea aad served aaiahax
aaaat tna ataafefliU taat tVy mill aa
ieWy rfeaJt ka. Oaavllle. aertkices: af
here, aacaat to aw tteif efclrf o-TUa
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