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BED CLOUD CHIEi
A. O. MOSMEft, rropr Of.
A. H. Colquitt has been reelected
United States Senator from Georgia.
Mr. Grady refused to run.
All. admirers of Robert Louis Ste
Tenson will be glad to hear that he is
in capital health and spirits.
Large numbers of Austrian. Turk
ish and Roumanian Jews are reported
being expelled from Odessa.
Br the will of Signor Ingomi. tho
prominent Roman advocate, lately de
ceased, the Pope inheriU 1,000,000
The United States steamship Juniata
has to go into docks at Singapore to
repair damages sustained in the recent
The Italian and Austrian prcsB com
ments favorably upon the promises of
peace made by Emperor William in
the Reichstag recently.
A coxsi'HCAfJY has been discovered
at Medofina, Jav. Forty-two of the
ringleaders were arrested, and eleven
who refused to surrender were shot
The British cruiser Hyacinth has
taken possession of the Cook Islands
in the name of the British Govern
ment. The natives were reported re
joicing. It is stated that an American has
submitted to the French Government
a contrivance by which dynamite shells
can be fired from ordinary guns, ex
ploding at tho target.
CAPTAixAoi.rn Ja eo er of the steam
ship Main has made one hundred round
Atlantic voyages in the service of tho
North German Lloyd Company n
total of about 700.000 miles.
The TagcOlalt says it learns that the
Italian railway system is undergoing
a radical rcferm in accordance with
the plans of the German Government
to facilitate the mobilization of troops.
Bins. Thukmax is reported to be over
joyed at the result of the election. She
dislikes the frippery of official life in
Washington and rejoices that she will
not be obliged to exchange her peace
ful home in Columbus for tho bustle
and tumult of the capital of tho Na
tion. A Rebellion was reported in the
.eland of Formosa. Tho Chinese set
tlers, aided by the natives, took
possession of the large walled town of
Clung lloa, where they received re
cruits, and then proceeded to another
large town, llagi, which they also oc
cupied. THE surveying ship Egeria, of the
British navy, which has been sound
ing about the Friendly islands, has
found two new great depths, one of
4.i fathoms and the other 4.-1I50
fathoms about five miles. They are
in latitude -4 degrees south, longitude
175 degrees west.
Haitian Coxsri. Vasset recently de
manded of the Federal authorities that
tho steamship George W. Clyde, sched
uled to sail from New York, be pre
vented from sailing. She was loaded
with guns and ammunition for Monte
Cristo, San Domingo. Tho collector
said he had no jurisdiction.
The annual report of the Railroad
Commission of South Carolina shows
an incrcaso in the mileage of the rail
roads of South Carolina of nino per
cent, during tho past year and tho re
markable increase of thirty-eight per
per cent, in their net earnings, the
year having been an exceedingly pros
A iusacreeablk piece of news comes
across the water to the effect that the
stern of the English gunboat Scout
shows signs of weakness. This ac
quires importance from tho fact that
tho new gunboats, Yorktown, Ben
nington and others recently built for
our navy are patterned closely upon
the English model.
While the President-elect was read
Ing his mail the other afternoon he
came across a blank circular sent out
ly a Philadelphia newspaper offering
a prizo of fifty dollars to the person
who would fill in the correct names of
General Harrison's Cabinet, As he
read the circular it seemed to suggest
an idea, for ho remarked: "I think I
could win that prize, but I won't try
Dr. BtUMAXX, an Austrian traveler
in Africa, gives a detailed account of
the captivity and hardships of himself
and a companion. Dr. Maver. (baring to
the treachery of an
aya-mlso organized tkej
thsWAVrmans in cast
maim mentions a rui
sear tho central lakes, which would
account for the absence of news from
Three acres of the earth over Min
eral Spring collery. at Miners' Mills,
Bear Wilkesbarre. Pa., caved in re
cently. When the earth went down it
carried with it the main pipe of the
Wilkesbarre Water Company, which
conveyed water from the reservoir to
the city. The water from the reser
voir then poured into the mine, flood
ing it in a short time. The miners
The action of the policemen in re
fusing to obey aa order to remove ob
structions from the tracks during the
recent street car strike riot at Brook
lyn. N. Y.. has caused a sensation in
. police circles and attracts the attention
f the public generally. The men were
reported to the 'coauntssjoaers of
police. Their defense was that they
ere hired as policemen, mot to do
Manual labor, and that they refer to
Ml order issued during n similar
strike ia 1866. directlnjr the fare not
,tado any' work for the railroad
Mr a-IP nsirur
NEWS OF THE WJL
jiax ajtd rounc
Tn election at Belgrade, Bervia. re
salted in a serioas riot. The troop were
called sat to restore order, sjat a collision
occurred between the soldiers sad the peo
ple. Many persons were iajarad.
Tan Xatioanl Executive Committee of
the Anti-Halooa Republican aas ap
pelated a sab-committee, among whom is
Albert Gritaa, of K'liitii.
Tax Preildeat-elect has tendered E. W .
Halford. managing editor of tae Indiaaap
olis Journal, the position of private secre
tary. Mr. Halford is forty-lve years of
age sad came from Eaglaad wbea a child
with his parents, who settled in Ciacia
natL Edward Harrkqtos. who abated the
Parneil Commisiion ia bis paper, tbe
Kerry Sentinel, was fined 1300 for con
tempt of coaru He refused to apologise.
Dion Boucjcault. tbe veteran actor.
was reported daagerously sick at New
York oa the 21st
Jctdge Rccasa oa the 21tt sent a letter
to Senator Blackburn, of Kentucky, to
fight a dueL Tbe quarrel grew out of
some statements made by Backer with
reference to the late election, for which
Blackburn said be woald like to kick hiss.
George 8. K.iight, tbe actor, wssre
ported suffering from brain
Vrrt Rev. Maratc- A. Walsh,
pastor of St. Paul Roman Catholic Ch
and Vicar-General ol the Arcaan
Philadelphia, died on tbe !d.
Cosoiuchsma Woodbur.v, of Nevada,
was robbed while asleep in bis hotel at
Washington recently. A colored boy was
arrested and iltQ of the money recovered.
A call has been issued for a Con
stitutional convention to be held at James
town, December .r, to further the early ad
mission of tbe Dakota into the Union.
Rev. Abthl-r Brooks, Episcopal cler
gyman of New York, created somewhat of
a'sensation in the Church Congress re
cently by vigorously denouncing tho sec
tarian idea advanced in the government
of college. He thought the broader they
were and tbe more daring men the'
turned out the better. He believed in
Episcopacy, but not in running colleges.
His remarks were received with consider
It was rumored in Boulangist circles on
tho 2d that the French Government in
tended to expel General Boulanger on a
charge of conspiring to overthrow the ex
Ex-PRESiDEvr Hayes addressed an im
mense audience at Farwell Hall. Chicago,
on the night of tbe !d on "Prison Re
form." Gexeral Joiis M. Palmer, late Demo
cratic candidate for Governor of Illinois,
has withdrawn from membership ia the
G. A. R IIo was actuated by a belief
that the organization bad been used po
litically to defeat him.
An official canvass of tbe vote of Michi
gan gives Harrison a plurality of 22,960.
Tbe total number of votes cast, 475.2G0, an
increase of 72.W6 over four years ago. di
vided as follows: Harrison, '236.370;
Cleveland, 213.404; Fisk, 20J12; Streeter,
Brioamer-Geseral Nelson A. Milks
assumed command of tbe division of the
Pacific oa tbe 23d, vice General O. O.
The Electoral voto in New York State
was as follows, the highest and lowest
number of votes received by any elector
being given: Electoral Republican, 6W,
337; Democratic, CK,9G"; Prohibition, 30,
281; Socialist, 2,068; Union Labor, G25;
United Labor (Electors at Large). 2,661.
An attache of the British Foreign Office
recently stated that it was known that the
mysterious "White Pasha" was Henry M.
Stanley, who had joined Eniin Bey and
was advancing on Khartoum.
Ciucaco Typographical Union has in
dorsed Captain William M. Meredith for
Bol'lanker'h wife is taking steps to ob
tain a divorce. It is stated that one of the
richest widows ia France is willing to
The Foimj has instructed Cardinal Gib
bons to congratulate Mr. Harrison on his
election to tho Presidency.
It was rcrorted from Panama that a
revolution had broken out in Vonesuela
headed by Generals Crespo and Sergio
lasci i NKoca.
The German Reichstag reassembled on
tbe 22d. Emperor William opened the
session in person.
O. F. Adams, city treasurer of Macon.
Ob-, is reported as being about $20,000
short in his accounts. He has been sus
pended from office.
Pnor. H. F. Vaxdkrorift, of Clinton,
Mo., was killed recently in a parachute
performance at Columbus, Ga. He was
up about half a mile when the balloon
collapsed. He released himself and para
chute safely, but fell in the Cbattahoocbie
river, where he was drowned.
It was announced recently that a physi
cian from New Orleans had died of yellow
fever in Chicago. No fears of an epidemic
The Railway Passenger and Freight
Conductors Mutual Aid and Benefit As
sociation of tho United States met at Chi
cago on the22L
Tre last volume of tbe report la tbe
tenth census has just been issued. It com
pletes a set of twenty-two volumes, ag
gregating 19,304 pages.
Over one hundred children were hart
recently ih a panic caused by an alarm of
fire in the First ward school. Long Island
City, N. Y.
A srsciAL from Denieoa, Tex says:
Officers after a long chase in the Choctaw
Nation succeeded in overhauling and kill
ing a desperado supposed to be John
Barber, one of the celebrated Kep Queen
gang of outlaws. Tbe gang had killed an
Indian and were waated for attempted
Articles of incorporation of a aew and
direct line of railroad between St. Panl.
Miam, and Kansas City, Ma, have been
lied at tbe former city.
It is reported that a Chicago syadtcato
is aboat to secure eoatrol of four 8L Loais
street railway lines, whose capital stock
aggregate aearly tares millions of dollars.
An Anarchist circular of the style
adopted by Parsons and 8pies was dis
tribnted through the saloons of the West
and Northwest sections of Chicago oa the
3U, askiag for sahscriptions to defead the
alleged dynamiters, Hroaek. Chebonn
Extorts of merchandise from the United
States daring the twelve months ended
October 31. 18, as compared with similar
exports darlag the oorrespoadiag period
of US? were for li 7:M,05,230; 1S7.
fB78,422,a. The values of the imports
were for 18, S7.157,1S; lfcff, $72,774. WR.
Olae 8cnde, cashier of the New York
Dailf .Vetcs, is reported to have absconded.
A preliminary iavestigatioa disclosed the
fact taat Saade absconded with at least
Tan strike f switchmen at Iadlaaaaaiis,
IbhL. assumed n serioas phase en tbe 23d.
Bssiares ia the railroad yards was at a
James E. Kemtt.t. of New York, who
swindled his essateysrs aad their clients
eat of $3M,0 has been sentenced to
twsnty-lve years' imprisonment.
New York Sanrssne Coart nas
dowa aa important decision in
which tt seems that the Bell Telephone
ia liable far New York Fsmto
Tho 8taw claimed tae right to
collect n tnz af ana-half of ana par aaa. an
Us glass earniafs
Br the baraieg of the Fart Wayne
(lad.) Jeaaey BVctrw Ugh
ScTxaAL psrssmarara.aaito eerioaar
aartina paaie at the Boston store. Cat
cage, oa tan 294. caaesd by n fool sales
men crying "are" oa obaerriag the com
motion created by the arrest of a pick
pocket. Oscar Hurt, a paraeasto performer,
came near belag killed at Canton. O.. re
cently. One rope of bis trapece Woke
aad he whirled nroaad like a top. being
seriously bruised wbea he reached ground.
Bcsiness failures (Dan's report) for the
seven days eaded Novemlier 22 aambered
2W, as compared with 237 the previoas
week and 207 tbe cqrretpoadg week of
The Irish Revolutionary Brotherhood oa
the 23d at Chicago celebrated the hsngiag
of Allen. Larkia aad O'Briaa at Man
chester. England, twenty-one yaars ago.
Adam Bkrkrs. of Sardinia, C wbow as
recently flogged by masked men, has be
T. V. Powderlt was re-elected general
master workman of the Knights of Labor
by n voto of 114 tots. He refused to accept
more than 3,0W of his salary of $3,000.
Securities were depressed on the Lon
don Exchange during the week ended No
vember 24. Americans wire demoralized.
Prices were somewhat firm at Frankfort,
but at Berlin and Paris they were unset
tled, with heavy sales of Russians, with
our, however, affecting the price.
The British recently captured seven
slave dhows in the Red sea after a severe
fight in which many persons were
Three white and one aezro convicts
were whipped at Newcastle, Del., recently
for larceny and burglaries. They took
from five to twenty lashes each, lightly
laid. About 2.V) spectators were present.
It was stated at New York on the 24th
that an ironclad agreement bad been
signed by tbe Jay Gould and tbe rest of
tbe Southwestern roads by which rate
would bo advanced 2-1 per cent. Gould
was said to have bought considerably of
Atchison stock during the depression.
The United States taiur Uo-ton was
compelled to return from liayti, yellow
fever having broken out. Thre deaths
had occurred up to tho 2Mb, with several
more of tho crew sick.
General John Newton, for three years
past commissioner of public work of New
York City, has resigned to assume tho
management of the Panama Railroad Com
pany, of which he is president.
The recent cold snap in tho lower St.
Lawrence froze up several ocean-going
vessel, where they would have to remain
until next spring.
The jury in the famous Uibbard-Fry
breach of promise case for lOO.OOJ dam
ages at Beaver. Pa., brought in a verdict
in favor of the defendant with the costs on
By an explosion of dynamite near
Schuylerville, N. Y., recently, two men
were killed and four badly hurt.
I'LKUR0-rNEU2i0MA has assumed an
alarming phase among the cattle about
Middletown, N. Y.
Tbe boat race between Teemer and
O'Connor for the championship of Amer
ica came off on tbe Potomac at Washing
ton on the 21th and was won by O'Connor.
Teerner's backers made an allegation of
Clearing house returns for week ended
November 24 showed an average increase
of 14.9 compared with the corresponding
week of last year. In New York tbe in
crease was 12.0.
The Judson female institute at Marion.
Ala., was destroyed by fire tbe other day.
The fund for tho defense of Parneil and
bis associates against the London Titne$'
charges amounts to il00,0x.
Finn in Findlay, O.. recently destroyed
Rube Brothers, Frey & Soii'h and Adams
& Co.'s four story brick blocks, causing
$100,000 loss. Burglars who blew open the
safe in the Rhue store were the supposed
Mrs. Kacnavbky, of Chicago, was
knocked down and terribly lacerated by a
large Newfoundland dog the other night
nnd was left in a critical condition. Tlo
dog was killed. N
A fikuck northeasterly gale raged oil
tbe New Englnnd coust on the .."th.
The first railway in China was opened
November t by Vice-Chancvllor Li.
Willie Plwoon, aged ten, whilo play
ing with a shotgun nt Itingliamtoii. X. Y.,
recently shot nnd killed his sister-in-law,
Mrs. Micluicl Dundon. aged twenty-mx.
Poktxaster-Geneual Dickinson esti
mates the expenses of the postal FcrvicA
f.r the fiscal year ending June 30. 0, at
$i,S12.073 nearly Sfi.ooO.OJO larger than
for the present fiscal year.
The Rothschilds have taken an Aus
trian loan of $10,000,000.
The piecemeal stleof the Great Eastern
has yielded a profit of ,0O).
Heavy rains have been reported
throughout Mexico, causing considerable
damage. A heavy norther was reported
blowing at Vera Cruz.
About twenty-five night switchmen
employed by the Stock Yards Company at
Chicago weut out on a strike on the 2Gth
on account of the appointment of two
yardmasters outside of their ranks.
IT was reported on tbe Chicago Board of
Trade that Jay Gould had bought the
Atchison, Topek'a & Santa Fe telegraph
system for I'.iOJ.OUO.
The olTlcial vote of Florida is a follows:
Cleveland, 3?,M1; HarrNon, 2t'.'..7.); Fi-k,
403. Cleveland's majority over Harrison,
A heavy white frost was reported at
Jacksonville. Fla., on the morning of tbe
2Ctb, which, it was thought, would put an
end to the fever epidemic Tbe total num
ber of -cases was 4.t7; deaths, JS.
Thomas Tallman, cashier of the de
funct Trader' Bank, of Chicago, ha bcea
Dr S. A. Richmond, who bot and in
stantly killed Colonel J. W. Strong, editor
of the St. Joseph Herald. June 1$. lsvi. and
who escaped from the insane asylum and
has since been residing ia Illinois, recently,
through an attorney. mad an application
for his formal discharge from tbe asylum.
It was refused.
Fifteen hundred fugitive slaves have
been freed by British efforts with the na
tives of Mombasa. Bear Zanzibar.
Two trainmen were killed by a collision
on the Denver tc Rio Grande fifteen miles
north of Colorado Springs recently. Three
other traiamen were seriously injured.
Further serious election riots occurred
at Belgrade, Servia. oa the 26th. Several
persons were killed aad many public
buildings were demolished.
SENAToa Qf ay, chairman of the Repub
lican National Committee, said on the 2tUb
that the Republicans would have a major
ity of nine in tbe next "Hon.
The State street (Chicago) elevated rail
road ordinance, concerning which there
has been much local interest manifested.
was defeated at a meetiag of the City
Council. Mayor Roche casting tbe decid
ing vote, which was otherwise a Ua
MEACEa particulars of a terrible shoot
ing affray at Viaa have reached Maskogee,
L T. Five yoaag men three of them fal
blooded Cherokee Iadiaas, Joseph Starr.
George Starr aad Ike Goaty, one of them
Jesse Lendraa, a half breed, aad the
other, Ben Henderson, a wait man were
ia tbe village .drinking, when, they com
menced qnarreltag. Saootiag followed,
resaltiag in the killisg of fear nnd the
mortal woaadiag of the fifth. Joe Starr.
Moses D. Men. of Lancaster Ccnntv.
Fa a cirrk ia tie labor boxaaa, has been
aires ted at Washington far fergiag a
soldier's nam oa a fl boanty check.
CMAfRMAJt BarrroN. af the maagnral
cammittoa, has received a lector from Den
ver, COL. asking tank M ladies tram that
mty ha allswnd to march ia
parade sa tae 4hs March, snaral
NEBRASKA STATE NEWS. 1
The Vatx tar ilorvrmnr.
Following i tjeot3cial Tote for Gs
sraor as cat at the Is. , election. MickJc
joho, cand.daU fo L.tt-n3Ul-Gurrnor,
received a plurality of 2fl,I; Lre, Re.
publican candidate for At oraev.(,nral.
received a p!uraity of 17.1U:
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Saumlero .; I.vij ii aft
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Thaver. IA l l.HO- ' 47
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Sevex years axo Colonel V"nt n B.
Smith wan found lyinp lend i" the npjier
portion of tho (iovermiitMil Imilihn at
Omaha. Colonel .Smith was clerk of the
United State Court, nnd on the evenfiiK
of November t. ls-1 lft for his olllio, but
not returning at the tisunl hour nearch was
instituted nnd hU lody found near the
door of his o!!lc with n Itutlot in the brain.
Heavy rewards wore offered for tho mtir
derer but he could not 1k IracetL Nw
comes the utorv from Melliouriie. Au
tralia. that a croolc by the tiiiino of O'Coii
nor was recently shot and uiortnlly
wounded in that c.ty and oil his dying bod
made confession that he mutd-red Colonel
Smith while in tho act of robbery, escaped
to San Francisco and thence to Australia,
where ho was recently shot w hilu eiinKed
in a robU'ry.
Huxuv U. Kixc, tho son of one of th
wealthiest citizens aud most prominent
merchants of Chirao. was shot and kdle I
at the 1'axton Hotel I:; Omahn the other
morn mt; by a woman who claimed to 1-e
Ills wife, hut from whom he had separated
and mnrritHl another woman. The 1'hi
caco Una of Ilrowuini;. Kinj; t Co. had
established n branch clothius house in
Omaha and tho young man wi vent to
take charge of it. He hail hut a few week
previous married a lady In Missouri, who
was living with h.m at the hotel in Omaha
when the woman, who went by the nniny
of Beechler and claimed to ! a wife with
whom he had lived in Chicago for four
yenrs, apieared upon the scene hnd an in
terview with and shot him. King was
about twenty-eight years of age aud had
led ijuite a wild career.
Ix the First Congressional district, Con
nell, Republican, received .'52 1W rotes;
Morton, democrat. tr,.'ill: Graham. 1'nihl
bition. 2.WS: Edgerton. I'niou Iilrar. fiV;
Connell over Morton, rsVT. In the Second
district. Ijiird, Uepublican, r-ceive-l a).X
votes; Hasting. I democrat, 21.9C; Scott.
Prohihition. 1,1: llohr, ITnion ILs-r,
l.X; I.iird over Hastings, 1.7.Y1; over all,
3.5Ji Ia the Third district, lorey. He
publican, received -ti.C rotes; Wetherby.
Democrat, Jll.2iT: Waliiag, 1'robiliition.
Mi"."; Jones. I'nion U-tlwr. 1.4'JT; Iorer
over tWtherhy. ll.ftJl; ov-r all. C,li:.
There were '-i scattering voto cast in the
First district; 37 in the Second, and 101 in
The Statn UanV of Valparaiso lias closed
Its doors and th- proprietor!. S. F. Sco
viilennil (. A. Crafts, have fle.1 the coun
try. The failure is reported a one of the
most gigantic swindles and defalcations
ever known in Saunders County. Sco
vllle. one of the owners, altered many of
the notes payable to the tank, making the
amounts much more than they originally
were, and then deposited these note with
other bank as collateral for money with
which to speculate. Scovllle desertM bis
wife, an agd mother and two invalid
sisters, leaving them in destitute circara
stances. Five pirate of the Misaoarl were ar
rested at Nebraska City the other day as
they were floating down the river oa s Bat
boat stolen at Piattsmouth. Otbrarticle
of booty were also captured aad bald for
tbe proper owners.
Coax 22 cents at York.
WlLUan GaanxEn. livlas; six mile
from Juniata, recently lost tare children
by diphtbena within a jwrioel of two
weeks. The first was a daagater of ten
years th-n a oa of foarteea. and later a
son aged twenty-ea- years. A foartb
member of tbe family was also sick witfa
the dread di-.
Cnj.atx.4 Stewart, cf Crrlsbt-, shot
and killed a bald eagle tbe other day that
measure! six fe-t aad alae inches froea
tip to tip.
The champica corn katker of Harpy
County u Ed Weidaaaa. wbo dispo.! of
130 be hell aad twaety aoaada ia e-evea
xa HcLxas. tbe abscoadiac latte
meat dealer of Tekamab. U repcetad to be
dyiaj: la Canada.
A sxx owsed by Ur. Swarta, tfcras
miles aoetta of Crestoa. was bsjraest aboat
faar o'clock tae other akoraiaav Ebrbt
herses, a hscgy ?d lLaraessea aad every
thlsjr except oae waca were bmraast.
ls a recent quarrel at Oasts, Frank,
Aabarn attacked his father-ia -law, J.
Ccrey.witb a kalf e, laktic ssrrersl as
rers ta Janes. He hen fied. and eantt asm
Taw traataM of Dcaae Cellena Tseeatfr
gave a pabllc recepClca ta t oClaeaa of
Crate to cetebrate tbe lumalitisa sf tan
HCWrand teeadowa emmtr af
sdeacs tn the coCsega.
Tmasx Aaacrrr. a briant
b4 Ref.'.r tta Mala TseSfM
Trr,att i tH CTlsw 4 I
eat Veer -The Vera stewiyf
WASstvuroe. 5-v. ts. Called Htatea
Treftinrer iljratt la hi aaasal rerrl of
the upertlos rtoriac the year asul oa
dilioc of the trea.sarr at the cloee of iie
fi.ci yer ea!J Jane 5), tn re parts
the uet revqe of tbe Govvrameat f
c-.. ,-i .i .. . .
jwr-1 tth lv7 the rrre.ae. -,-.
ret.?-; ?re:r, adth. esr-adlturea ?7,-
3.e.u The treasary baUnr lncreas.4 !
dartnthe year from WM.X? to H7K- '
9ui.;tr Wartchai. o.'MiW.vaia
the bsltniy projBcd by aa lucr-e
oraT,irC.4r, tn lb- .-u, aoU a Uecres.a
of in 0.3 Xi la tho liabilities. re ailr-r
balaare fell og rur tbaa JT.Oa.Os.
T-e jirtnri;l ln-rce nt s.et la
ITattrU htat"4 colas Ami deposit ta "
tmaal banks. aal tbe j-rlaetpal t!-crese
of llabllillrs la the public debt and lb-
fuuls for the redeinptloa of Nbttuaal
There Was a n-t tjerrea of JTl.TfJ
iluriat the fiscal jrenr la th- pr'.aclpal -if
the iaterpsI-beariacdebL Tae total pur
chases of boai for th- slnVin; fast
ami out of turplu retr-aurs ere il. -ISI.O;
the net premium paid. -lt rs
of accrur.l laterest. btn: s.tTll i: t
The goW rvlj'l ilrer rita aail tttlilna la
tbe couatrr, aad nil VidJs of note watt
certificate oiitstaadinc on Jaae S., l-;.
aruounted to 1 '.iS.CW.'Oi ami oa Juee
3, !'', to V.it,yi-0;-v. The slick
cld aad lltr laersined dartac lh- rear
from l,CJ:.ill.,.! u li-'l.tw .
:tlr in gidiL Ths lnrrea.o ia tr.e r'.
n:ae f the jnr-r elrcutattoa " jJV -Jt
inK resaltiag froai au Incre.is .;
tllO 5K.3Vi Ih the .-v.noisnt of eertia e.,
aad a total .'allium lt of j l .Vl i ia
ih" total uo'ies a I fnwttoan.1 carrearr.
TV redemptions of lr.iiled States al
at tbvTrens.tiy ilur.a th- )nr atw..un:
ed to .73.ra2,l Slece the re.HtjJi-.
of specie payment, oalv itl 7V1M ha
len rcdeme t ia sold. With Ibi la
crra of com oert.acnfes, f wuica there
nre now more than of Irsal tedr, th
hnporlatu'e of the latter In ibo rttrais
Hon has derHne.L The lesoqilnaltos
heloir 10 nre V-elnj dlplret br .llr
certificate, nnd thte above jlfto Inrtfety
by gold certta te. The rwlwrne of fin'.l
certificates outstanding lnere.l Pi
KR,Xi reaching UiSt,lM, the btset
tdat yet uoled nt the end of any llcal
yeiti. Tasini; luto ao-ount the decrease
of the amount la th- Treasury, the totnl
lna'ease of th- rlrrulatl n was ?'' '."1.IU
There were issued taV'"l.o of silver
certificates, mostly of the denom
ination of ;10 and uoditr. and ill
!U7 3TS were reJentae,!. Th am nt out
standing increased from illS.ill.W l f
S22y.Wl.772. TLe lacre.is- la the nrtual
circulation was ni.7')7. It IimI been
Impossible to H,ert the demand for the j
denominations of oae and tu dollar. J
ami i ctitik-riu-acn thrlr isine a as au. I
nendeil between October 1. IV7. and
February ls. Since the latier da'o (
the treasurer has been able, mt of the j
time, to furnlsa thnn at they have been
asked for. Tae coinage of sllv-r dollars
durlug the year niaoiiutcd to i'-2 lsl CI,
making tne total rolungn fj;, 2I,T'
Th. tn.rrtw.. tt tlia, net ill.lrtbiitlini was
only SW.1M. ing to the .rarc.ty of on.
....r ,-.. i. ,!i ,.,.. n.l lb-.lemand for i
the movrm-nt of crop,. Nearlr s:.ftJVKl
were drawn into rlr.nNtlon betwera May
and November. 1-7. but when the not-,
were again to be had. tho dollar, caron
back to the treatury as fast as they had
ditarev a,T,:i !: tae .arpla. receipts l " -fea, "'r ,!,
aTallafale for the ractiaa of the j.ablla " l- caacrtled base 1-sn.ad la JU- J
debt belnr ULM1.S2L aa riirre uE i an tVaviK end rn. a.u
IIU l VSS-eeataa if'i -- - a --- -- ---I.
,rr 1. of the oi.lulon that
tho propl" ha'
vo all of these coins they
want or are willing to take, and r-cm-
mend, that if the jurchi.e, of .r ar-
to contiutie the bullion be put Info the j
.... .. Ii.iri li e i.e (n'fili itr'.lfln
that tlin present supply of dollar, will b
auinclont for any demanl therein liiely ,
iA)u.rnh...i ,n.l lint ftnv inrr-rtsn if
the eertlnrate 'circulation could be based
Willi r,r l .rij !. ........ i.i--.. .,.,.....
The ainouat of fractional silver coin la ,
tho treasury has not chan.-d tnurh sture ,
the first accumulation after the re.ump- I
tionof sp-cle payment.. Of a ltttl tnre I
than 2.rM.OW hold on June ) l-v. S2-lt-
frtXOuuwa.ia half-dollar., aad only 'A-
.Vlrt in other piece.. The Tr-.snrer J
.-.!.. m ii,.i thl nrontirlloa. whlrh
doe not tary much from year to year. I.
cT.co.lve. and that som-thlng Hk- J
j;,frt).. in fiMy-cent piece, that!
are nntneede1 for circulation will doabt- ,
less bare to be carried by the Treasury
until they are remin-l into other da. !
nominations, or abaorb-d by the growth .
Tha tBor f th Tenth Cea.w.
VTasnixoTo. Nor. 20.Th- Ut volume
of the rrtjort of th- Tenth c-nsu ha Jit
been issued. It comp.et-s t h s-t of
twenty -two qnarto vwlnta, aggregating
VO S)l page. In addition thre are wo
volume of the compendium of It f
een.o. Iharoatof the work. etclo.lVe I
w - aa a ,.-. ..
of printing, -ngravlas aad binding, was ,
fa.MS.SV). which 1. C-s anU p-r raplla of (
tb- porulatioa of th eoactry oa Jane :
1. 1-NX Tbe appropriation for prlaUnz.
engrarlnrand binding acaoanUd to 11.- ;
CI?,llsV4 la addltioa to tae utua
DODnlatloa. maanfaclur aad agrlcttltt.
there were .pedal report, among th
moat va.nahle of which were tbos oa
newspapers, aerial statistics of citls
wac, taxation. jbllc lsdebtda
sslalag Industrie, aad cotton nradaetl -
teaaaas 4t Slra
J w- st,m.
. . .t.. 1... t Vi me the Trea.nrre
held S17M12G-.. of United State, bond. 1 '"7 y-.r. a.o -r a-c-l
eweir. Nation-! bank clrcnlatloa. and 77 Lav- .-.. ,nfea-4. '
1 . . .t t ti.f.irii i. , wa not taeni-l in ta lea.tr 1
crease during th? y-ar of i3.tt,iw in j ... .. . , , I
" " . , .. ', ..t . i. j Vsttn- . w..ij--l an tneral
tbe amount of the former, an'l aa in- ,,-.. , i
"" ..l,.,.,-! ,l .' , ,, trade, bsit tbe wa. aoatlvaaea.
eraaaa of .M f.l? .VO In the IBlinal Of ItlS . ' . , . . I
v.. --- V--,--ti r ,i la Atthaconcti.n .r Mr nysiJ'ii.
latter. There w. VM2jII of pnbim i u.mj ......
'" ' ..... . . i monr Senator 4andron id thai h
&..... ...... .. .... an i n ww mmu m a l
neill Ul tttT Ul,e., WM .... - m ,
I-"1"' "-. v" T: S0' "'a -family aad eaa of tba l-.rgW.wa. aa
ilea'of cotton damaged by re aad . . ... .m 7. . .,
tw-lv. handred damaM by -at" . lb- ;
re..!! af tbe are abaard the .uamer fUa-
rrasa aawsi ta AaatraSka.
!; 5v. n A aaaetlac was bld rlln4 ewHtbms-s m tavk-aaa aiy
la Loadoa yetrterday aftrsa bf a j ,., ,. a .ifc, awrita a3 la tba
ratlc Telegraph Copay. Tae obc yy WUJt ,,.4 jvr 4ay. Ia ta- frajgki
af tba saeetia was t eoa.U-r tbe y ,(, ttsag is la eatfasa. TV
ett of Uyiag rabies f rorsn Vaacoa-rer to i,, iraias trre txUt mit ssavsW
AtraUa. Tb-re wts a larc srteadaara Bp l -j, E!tp i, j.
at tbe KU3 asd cameroas esis jj .uCa aad Lab ICri A ",.
were made to ssppvrt tb aefceas wbieb Jtr -rm f Urf 4-2rM. tnat
Is almost eertala of altlraat sseceas. f M .ia wM b. firad tb- ssora
Taa exiatlst: eempaalas are sgbti6J nmnUm ymt-U ltaM a a
sdnsttaisawsaovcr.est.8xayesj 7 I
tawralax a losg lef.-r ae jabllsbeslj la
the Jfaws detecsttsg tae srojeci. a-
aw cable srUI v at Hawaii. feavs.
raaclaa' IsUsd, th TijU sad 5tw .is
land aad tll cosaet with tae Cs-mtTss
iw Traa JSa rveaaae
re as ltiSraat.
Waacrsoraa. 5r. 22. Indian Aat
Osa at tba Ca Aveary. Haweo.
I. X, bafsrma taa (buiiay af m ia
torlar, aader dab ef yitakw HI la ra
saoasa to aa Isatry la to wa re
s tod aaitarbaaee U the Oirksssw -
far Oevraer. mat srnus sWt m
a C.ir 11 bans las
- - - - stawsa. ssts m
A WeeetMRa ttoak riis seise !
aiUsef-TS caWsn- mer
Tke ttafi r- . swirr M.e--
Onaa, Neh.. Xov. -T Vslpwalea
Ubk. failar Ve uaef tbe Sl rMt1
.a-tle a4 defakatie ta
uadr Caatv Sjv IK of th
nwtft ahetest Mat t tb fya
b! to lie beat. i.3( tie snwMiat se
w.r tssa IA " ittaeHy . aad
arpoit4 tt ate Ub otber t-at en
cvrntuiMt titter ia wio m '
d ta-w fiea4. l af a-mart ?
!". eadJly Jaw;-e4 a4 It I.
"t ar. skiw It. t,aa-- ;
't af th. 1Mb rs r- J- j
yt -t tA.y ar- ttn--4Ne41r ..
- t' ' a rtt'f
aA iaaUd let era. lea.ag t la
CM UV Xur ri -YealeMay afWr-
nvio bU rvha fte frsxh ris to
tb Kia H-tchs-il sterve ea
1,-und that tfce t-il tii a -i
bj the iuarderr It beasy ban :
) sto i.irr. Ths-irr tbisw dark $?
oa ia aabdle that base the apjrtre
of bitKd, l-ul a tbllfal sts.RaUoi "Si .
t ec-arv to dtnn Ifcia. Kts-ry
tlaiiuaa. shanlr U tb track, of
the r4 Huln.t a J4r at jUel V the
mm male and drsicn. Twnt Vatsf,
, lh fiacuiao upctt of murdef la; lh
Strl, aud 1 l tli Koird up tn tbe H l
Pari ! stat.sa. fed Jut soca kr
tnhu.bentt. Aad t ! lh s wU The
wlrr t-kH-clnj it, the sbantr at h neil ;
ctosslut; nii.ii The lf Jahil
in a acal lot tt nv,re tbao o- hun .
tired said trtu bro IS- murderrd sir I ,
was I) In;. j
, tat VM-TW-X'U s;; mwita.
t O.ncisssti. ... KJ K hart Tiaiter. ;
' the youialal lat (war, tiiet !
serdaV Ih lMtstsm, lllaiHt T.aiteT 1
' not vrl Snentoue ymr ,-f S H ,
' tvAlfrUtt tat b tUxJmana tiee j
biHuc aad m Satrnt-r Ul l-l tbre j
ehetVs of oV. ,rrenlet lbn at i
tbe Iwiat, oltlnnt lit' lwii and left,
lSJ he Mas P-HC ia Jvdiow tlHtaiiB t ,
theracs. Tb f. rsr ot 4 - , 1 1
until ta- rh-s-ls were returned atSMt N- j
srmtterl. A .- lisa f.lt at j
Mei-r t Mita Tiatlr It fct thai a l
Islrr of bee's ill st Stiff a f- dar
' and that TinLii mtther . tn.tti. (iui
grtf wter th- doMtifall of hrr son.
' York .Naf 3 -Jaiue R. Helll.
the r-l slle rlrr V of the a Dim of
Shlptnan. IUrK, lrejue .V t Utle,
Hliil .wliidlrd his erudosr ! their
ctn-nts eol of sV4 . of h h he tnt a
part in lheMl - sbopnf Knon ,V llw".
x a to-dat seHteneesi n his da of tfsilMr ;
tO MAts prt.n lor Ivtrntr-B-sar and j
ftrttl llinnth. I'ljlup . one of the ,
J-'T dealer . b ot JW.I-M aol of I- J
'. pleir,i uiiy to rejony anu a.
fiord J !.). .
FINISHED AT ST. LOUIS.
. . -
Tbe lleW lo.ttl. aara la
St ! t. Nov. ri -Th
o.mmlitr. vr, l.le in woning lo Mlr
fterdy morning, it llng nearly tle
oMwIl Ifl-ir tbe rbalrman's -af fell.
Kenattir 1'luinb a not rnt and Sena
tor t u lorn too ill to ! there and bad
gone hoittt, William ltrs of Atlea'beat'
r. ' . ft- nr.t "
-en a laitebri n 1 ttsburgh forth-
-' - - ""
dre.--l I f trad- had o
thit n.ark-t aad .aid that
it bad deprea..! tha Iml.hf
W-st.. H- bad r.lu.-t lo band! it at
flr.t, bat th- liutrhi were a4l by th-
Aim.rur. tliat .1 ir.-i
Armour that if tb-y didn't handie It they
would establish .hop. in that scnitr.
w bleb they did
I u ur'tiei l i.r,ta
"No .old lard for r , ents. wbnb rs.ldnt
- n.ad-and -d for 13". e-ot W itn-s.
.aid tho call e trad- bad fallrn off a fit
deal m AU-gbai Af
trol th- dre..-l I
closed their .Ijstp anl
Aftr nhtathlnK isw
f eotopam-s had
clos-d their hp and tb- Imtrb-r ai
' ''-' 'u , , .
. the -,t ..tn.. H-aaM n o- ,
tme.t deprr.n la prtr. re.ie for .
-r .t-r. h.. l-n - cr.at ...ri.. ua..
' a. .a N-w Y of . aa.1 ll.rtfevd I I
't""- a' '"-u ot th ,""';" J
b-ib-r they w-,- paying .. mh for
tb-ir catll- a. Ihr- rear. , and th.y j
ald nior Leni-d thew thai wa .r. i
" -'" " Cf'r I-r cU of -hat
"' St thre. y-ar, sja
enatr Madrfm-W bat did y -t
for rattle ftr- yr.,.a,o
W itn.ea Al-aii t-T
Henstor M.nder-,-W hat do yoa get
n.IIiM.. Al.ltll 4,.
H-nator Mandr"a -Tb eattl l.- la
tborght a fto'y a mlttrlty rf th eaaSK
ta wet- treat It wouldn't V a-ltl.atd
to rsntlna th laUraUw, aod aa tba
Inv-.tigatirn cald l-e tak-a up a ad
yanh.gejosi.ly b fr.r- rot i
Va.hingtnn, fc" wwH avet- that an ad
J'jrnrnt te tai-ti anlil I)rijtf it, and
tbat th CJtmnitte fecT at tba ca4
tal. wbteh grel la.
- ajaatw n - aa stwr af, eaa a
0ntmAm . jfOT -Jg HsjrcrsiT.
WBO . m mi market on ta ttlirlt
. lL rtl , ,, , thm t
airvial- Wltfe a rtwrstar.
.wal-a-l arty ytrday taalog by a
,jgB, -Bj mu rslsad hi aa4 t-io
m,m , 4 t door bat tba tv a-t
hi. ttmtt and eeter-d. Jtmyimg sf V
sid tb en i-art tint, Tb etaar
ran ta tb re-sntar aaar by ia ta bv.
pick--! p tw Hairat eat rwtaraad V
tb axl f bts ipanos, A terribt a
laecbt wa. snal e ytergraSwa aaf
a U-S4 dfa after r iriai a laerU
t la ba4.
Tb a-- arveaad ta
TTZ. m a7 Z-rr
tataarotl- 1 Star . Tba aSrik
aA-s etaX 2a aral siawTs
-j,.. Bj gra as-
atya cf TJba naayf saS )tV arv1me
triad bipM wtt !A wrfc. bwt tba
trUrs lataeferad a4 afea.fany nva
eeetad taa 4artr e" aey ta ".
A y-rw Umm.
Pr. rrt- Mlasv. . H-AmOm ss?
seayastfai were S4 ywabseaay sW law
Mlaaaaiia. fK. rasi at
re si Tb new yswtoat be Sav Js
a air fea to gas ens City tram
ststos via l- Mamas and a"-
tI nawaaa Tr.ta
ww owaat at.
jj"jyi J3i yy
, t waxen cajia rt-i mev
rie el v t c-,s
Cttwn tase a rs4e K a tT
5sw Toas. Ve tX -At t U --
eswtarday aftf4 r-rea t i
Vt ar4 rtu fa-l.te-sr f u4 v
Otaei'in )44l f tfc aebd d r-
Uto tb base'! ad HlMelsjtt.M.
Tb sruw4 s -- 1 tS- r
a4 a nas t"ltl Jk brf
-rele la t 0e - turn kwodr-fct
ehtldrett s-r l4tr at !lt -
ti tarka rowe ta a1 tt-.
1C- vTfci tb 4ra t &
, aa S Sa ir r
lsrxh t& ls.rd a r4 ifc t
-- f UilaaUr iaM
itrnifi4!eo!s lc Ta
hbtr rasped pi ' ' arr-
4m,, crw-d.o. jU4t t ..
f b cl-er U1 "! Tv
rfcU4i ers -il4 j at i
stsfTv ta fcaar-v -l tt .
ttrlnff cs-vl.r r4 sfos 4
Crt frvatcta. tt flaSly ! & t
r,tr - abietsXaeeS tv- k..U.
tfciCa the aad lit sale4 a-
rttrJ f.t f f t4i.es tfea b I
led Slt ss-l Ike aegUat. &
Ci tl.lf anwl.l te- Iltt!, " . --M
as w ttthfutshed a a?sv- - t
IfcolMJttf.! as-H'f,e. Uli.
&at be kot,de. ta.tl l -
a.d - d. a f Uf
ric l aTt.a
ttn'awV . 3. -A a '
$) of lb IkssttM l.e S bt
act of slallc a r-M sbMllr afU
uVwk ssJrda, a4 a fl .
y.ill ! A ! -" I-'
Ftpstatesl. The gt p4
-lib sfaovi-eis, a.Ur , !
lh fise riowfn a-f eee r'
ivt lr lhaa afie tsa!-t ban
4e-t ttbtly twe-abe A 8a" 4 -
tari,. , an , al l '
frtrihtcst snM, b 4. el tat
made a -.h te ta- tr--vk a.. -
ttifs. - as a I, aad ta sslr !-
j-adewa. A t 4 t
HMr setlb4eit rp.t 4 .-
tt Wt tb -ftiV lls)lfcej nil I
baesf. a lHlr f Pti fae
om1v hurt d Mtr i-
d.d frato fltgli
i .- -
ARSONS ANO TMC OUS
T,e NmII-. I,lae" , a
Ixihi roi i h
HatTSac Was. s- 53 "tV 7
larVMt. vt Nvsthahttitas. s-aias ws. ' r
hiring ,irti ittntttani at 1U
tUti t,d )lu; tfcesf srs- Ulo
ln tkt terlMn, est ftt U -t
dar tn bxrng r4e, ,trs. .
ia ossratl. shti and a tbta ,, h I
u tbe trst c( l bej-y. ad afJe.Mse' h
vny frvoi tb nud. stK ' f
frvs lb t-ars oh b-. pV eb.-k.
tr4c ar sre-atl r i.ttt ifc .
and I'arasw,' arreat . 'l thai 1 h .-..
from t tttg otht Ha wa J-sl
?t) l.f,i U. iiar laH-4t If la-4
an inter!- that th- lle a. t
er4 by Mi at tal t.artet
May ro Ibe fit at t !. I a )
worked 'Welt, l-ot tal-ly ba tWie l t
in.aalt Ia"aoe aa uala4-t f
hi 14a r action Ibat lb ms w as ! .
and decided U d bimback lo - -
beta bl ros-atrywt-fl sM la. Ml '
Mat, H ha lb I him. be aa-l, t- a- I
hlrn from sUIh( aat Iva.l a.fibt r.
Holsob ttitefsWaed lb r-laade - 1
1-a.rnt hi. toy . II U -ols j .
and cam ttfe) rsrtT ta.t p h( '
own aeet. II t be bad lo rtt T -bard
fM asKeainc inlll !.! o'rssv. ai
nlfbt, while Itanday ba wa.l.flal-
In th l-arn. II had ti pi.4 .
a rttonth for bl. -rl. bsrt
rt a rettt. tVbt sm! failed t ,
!HrA-l t l"a , Isil was Mt lf-- '
Ye.t.rdaf mcialng Part r a. .l b'N
th fx f.ntod h,M try t - ' e
III. way to llttiftt, h ay. !"
alotat . tm- ajd lfl bins est
tbal b wa. or fffi wbftt b b i
appropriation, commit r;s:
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