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EED CLOUD CHIE1
A. O. HOIMEtf, Proprietor.
The English Derby winner.Ormondc,
been sold to an American for JL17,-
Philadelphia & Reaving employes
liavo had their hours and pay cut
The proposed clearing house plan to
govern Western railroads is reported
to be dead.
It is said that Boyle & Co.. iron
brokers of Pittsburgh, Pa., have cor
nered tho nail market.
John Iuusukn Walker, a Denver
capitalist, has purchased the Cosmo
politan Magazine, of New York.
The leading pl" tobacco manufact
urers of the United States held a secret
oonferenco in Cincinnati on tho 4th.
Coffee was excited at New York on
tho 4th. prices going up about ten
cents a pound. A short crop in Brazil
and diminished holdings caused the
General Tom Pouch, a dwarf who
has been exhibited in America and
Europe, died recently at Cleveland.
0.,of old age. His correct name was
Ernest Gcyer. He was three feet tall,
nnd for several years past conducted a
cigar store in Cleveland, where ho had
a six-foot brother.
Br the will of Rebecca E. Robertson,
which was offered for probate at New
York recently, tho residue of her Ch
late, after various minor bequests, is
given to establish a homo for enabling
iwor families to have brief summer
outings fre2 of expense, Tho bequest
amounts to $T00.(0().
The Itifomia, of Uomo. in speaking
jf President Cleveland's message, ap
proves of tho suggestion regarding
laturalization laws and their revision.
Many immigrants abuse their rights
In order to escape duties to tho mother
land, especially military service. This
etato of things causes inconvenience.
Senator Reagan has introduced a
bill for the free coinage of silver. It
provides that all holders of silver bul
lion of tho value of $50 or more shall
bo entitled to have it coined into stand
ard silver dollars, of 4121 grains troy
to tho dollar, upon tho same term as
gold is now coined for private holders.
Tiie Secretary of War has issued a
general order directing that when not
prevented by active service, all tho
available infantry, cavalry and light
artillery of the army shall devoto a
part of each summor to practice
marches, maneuvers and other field
operations, simulating the operations
of actual war.
It is reported in New York thnt a
yndiccto of wealthy Now Yorkers
has been formed to completo the Pan
ama canal. Tho syndicate includes
Morton, Bliss & Co., Eugeno Kolly
and others, who aro already interested
in tho American Dredging Company. It
is estimated that it will tako between
fftO.OOO.OOOand $75,000,000 to complete
tho work. James 1). Leary, of Nova
Scotia raft fame, is at tho head of the
syndicate and claims that he can com
plete tho work in two years.
The National Alliance, tho National
Wheel and the Co-operative Union of
Farmers, which three organizations
wero in joint conference recently at
Meridian, Miss., havo succeeded in
effecting a consolidation under the
name of the Alliance Wheel nnd Co
operative Union of America, and a con
stitution nnd by-laws havo been agreed
upon. Evan Jones, of Texas, was
choson president; Isaac McCracken, of
Arkansas, vice-president; W. E. Gar
diner, of Tonnessee, secretary, and Sim
Tanner, of Louisville, treasurer.
TnE remains of Joel Burlowe, sol
dier, poet and ambassador, havo lain
in a foreign land since ho succumbed
to tho terrific rigors of tho winter in
which Napoleon and his army mado
their famous retreat from Moscow.
Tho other members of his family lio at
rest in tho family vault on Kalorama
Heights, just beyond tho boundary of
Washington. Senator Piatt has pre
sented to tho Senate a petition from
the Fairfield, Conn., Historical Society
urging Congress to tako measures for
tho removal of Mr. Barlowos remains,
and their interment in the family
Tault until a new repository can bo
The chairman of tho Harrison In
augural Committee has received letters
from several of the Governors of the
States who wero asked to name a
prominent Republican who would act
on tho committee. The following
havo been named: Kansas: Colonel D.
R. Anthony, Leavenworth; Connecti
cut, Major J. G. Rathburn, Hartford;
Massachusetts, Dr. F. L. Burden.
North Attleborough; Michigan, D. A.
Blodgett, Grand Rapids; Vermont,
Colonel Julius J..Estey, Brattleboro;
Pennsylvania, William B. Leeds,
Philadelphia; New York, H. B.
Phillips, Brooklyn; General H. A.
Barnum, New York; Maryland. Gene
ral E. W. Ross. Baltimore.
President Cleveland, in his mes
ago recommended the passago of a
bill for the refunding to "certain Ger
man steamship lines of the interest
apon tonnage dues illegally exacted."
It is learned that tho interest claimed
amounted to about 80,000 and is due
to the Hamburg-American and North
German Lloyd Companies. From 1863
and for several years these two com
panies paid, without protest, tonnage
dues upon their vessels coming into
the United States, in all about $100.
000, Later it was discovered that
these dues were paid ia coatraventioa
of the treaties, and the claims of the
compsaies were recognised by this
Gorerameat, which, ia 1878, refunded
the amouat of dues so paid. Claims
were afterward, made far the
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
aiUMd by Ttfwph and 1UB.
Arm the presentation of department re
port In tbe Senate on the 4th a number of bill
were Introduced, one being Tor tbe construction
of two steel ranss to be armed wIUj heavs- dyna
mite sub. Tbe Union Pacific brll went oer
and tbe Tariff bill W4 taken up for considera
tion, feeding the reading further considers
tion wa postponed and the bill went over for
the day. Adjourned .... In the llouw, after the
presenting of department report and various
petition. Mr. Dinirley. of Maine, called up the
bill appropriating KO.iMI to erect a monument
to Major General Henry Knox at Thotnastos.
Mc. On this bill a dead lock ensued and the
After several resolutions had ben In
troduced In the Senate on the 5th :tj Senate
Tariff bill u token up. and Mr Harris moved
to Jay th5 Senate substitute for the House bill
on the table, which motion was Iot by a strict
rarty vote. The .Senate bill was then
read for amendment, and pending con
sideration the Senate adjourned.... The
House adopted a resolution to print
SVOO copies of the rreMcni's message
Under the call of States many bills were intro
duced. Mr. Springer asked for the considera
tion of hU bill for the admission of Dakota.
Mont na. Washington and New Mexico but it
went orer under objection. An or r was
adopted setting apart certain day for consider
ing the Direct Tax bill, and the bill to quiet the
title of certain settlers on the De Moines river
lands In Iowa was taken up, discussed and
In the Senate on the 6th a communica
t'en was received from the Secretary of Stale
transmitting a certifled copy of the ilnal ascer
tainment of the Presidential Klcctors in Kan
sas. A similar communication had also been
received a to several other States. This action
was the result of the law of l-e7. and being a new
proceeding led to Mine discussion. Tho papers
were finally referred to the Committee- on
Privileges and Elections. The Tariff bill wa
then taken up and considered at some length.
A joint resolution was ottered by Senator Hut
ler extending the Presidential term to six years.
A'ljourn-tl. .The House, alter routine busi
r.es. took up the Direct tax bill and debate
continued until adjournment.
The Semite was not in -essionon the Tth.
....In tho House the Invalid IVri-ion bill was
reported and referred to thn Committee of thy
Whole. The House then went into Committee
of the Whole on the private, dlendar, and the
bill to incorporate the Nicaragua Company was
the only business considered. At the evening
session ten pension bills passed and the House
adjourned until Monday.
Congi'.i 8S whs not in session on the 8th.
I'KRKONAI. AND I'OMTICAU
Prinuk Kaiiaueuiiokvitcii. a cluimant
to tho throne of Servia, is dying in Aus
tria. The President resumed his reception to
the puhlic on the .'itli, liut, as it was not
generally known, only a small number
The Secretary of tho Navy has appoint
ed a board to select a site for a navy yard
on the northwest coast.
The hill leasing "the Strip" to the C. S. L
8. A. has passed Itoth houses of tho Chero
kee National Council and is only awaiting
the approval of Chief Mayes to lsecomo law.
The bill re-leases to tho association tho
entire Strip for a pci iol of five years for
tbe sum of fcJOWO per annum.
Thomas Thompson, of Rockport, Mass.,
a pensioner ot tbe war of lbl2, died re
cently, aged ninety-four.
The Russian i ail way officials have been
ordered to observe the same ceremony to
waid ex-Queen Natalie, of Servia, as is
shown a Grand Duebess.
Tiik Portuguese Government announces
a blockade of tho Portuguese coast in East
The King of Portugal was attacked with
a congestive chill recently and was
The following is tho official vote of Illi
nois: For President Harrison, ;il),47:t;
Cleveland, :M".272; Fisk. 'Jl.UK; Streeter,
7,090. Harrison's plurality, 22,201. For
Governor Fifer, 367.8V); Palmer, :Vm.313;
Harts, lii.915; Jones, 5,V'A. Fifer's plural
Tiik funeral ceremonies over the re
mains of the late General It. B. Ayres,
U. 8. A., were held on the 7th at Trinity
Secretary Whitney has ordered three
more vessels to Iluyti, instructed to de
mand tho release of the stoamor Haytien
Geoiic.e W. Seward, a brother of Sec
retary of State Seward, died at Florida,
N. Y., recently, aged eighty.
Artist Wake, of the London Graphic
has been killed at Suakim by an Arab be
sieger of tho town.
Conobessmax N. W. Nuttixo is ro
portod suffering at Oswego, N. Y., from
cancer of the tongue.
The Congressional Directory for tho
present Congress contains an unofficial
list of the members of the next Congress,
showing tbe Republicans in a majority of
The Ford Immigration Committee is
hampered for want of funds to push its in
vestigations. . MISCEIXAXEOUS.
The Porte has signed a convention with
the Seligmans, the American bankers,
providing for the junction of tbe Turkish
aud Greek railways. It rejected for polit
ical reasons the English, German and
French tenders to carry out this project.
Four Chinese highbinders are dead as
the result of their recent factional fight at
Portland, Ore. Another was also reported
A report was current on the 6th that
Jay Gould bad obtained a controlling in
terest in the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.
The report was discredited at Boston, but
considerable speculation prevailed about
it in New York and Chicago.
Michael Dwter's house, about three
miles from Blythe, Ont. was burned the
other morning and Mrs. Dwyer, her
daughter and three grandchildren were
burned to death.
The joint session of the National and
Southern Forestry congresses began at
Atlanta, Ga., on thp fttb, when Governor
Gordon delivered the address of welcome.
Tbe stage from Mendocino to Ingrnms,
CaL, was robbed recently, supposed for a
Incendiaries set fire to Woods, Jenks &
Co.' lumber yards in Cleveland, O., re
cently and five acres of sawed timber were
destroyed, causing a loss of $50,000.
Four men and one woman committed
suicide in New York City on the 6th. Three
of tbe victims were German and one man
and the woman were French.
The Board of Trade of Great Falls
MonU, has taken the first step toward a
statehood movement in Montana.
E. Grcvbach, a fur dealer of Dulutb,
Minn., has disappeared leaving debts
running well up into tbe thousands.
The front of Henry Diebl's seven-story
malt house, corner of Niagara and Mary
land streets, Buffalo, N. Y., fell out re
cently, burying Anthony Ansa and Fred
Meyer. Anse was rescued a few minutes
after the disaster unbanned. Meyer was
The strike ot the Montana Union road
has been settled. Master Mechanic Ross,
whose discharge tbe engineers demanded,
was laid off and the engineers returned
"Old Hcrca," of Chicago, has been
robbed of $30,000 by an ex-clerk whoat ha
Dos Doxrsoo Our a. criminal jadgs for
the district of La Cathedral. Havana,
Caba, recently received aa infernal ata
chiae ia the shape ot a writing dash. Ia
trying to opea it his wife was nsrioasry
woanded by the explosion which followed.
Sr the wrecking of Us British laaaiar
Hartlepool at Egerraad. Norway, rataatrjr
aaieateea other crew were I
leaecty and awarder C raU
Dahr. the sporting sssa, la a Jew Yert
amasasaa iuumsj bss aaaiuas si ran j. tanad nasi tAea ahet avseaf
V s',"a . sasiig. sa asksssr- w,--.,,!.,, t j. i . ., TnV rMaW
Riots have occarraa at K aea. Prance,
aatsag the workawa. Troops were seat ta
quell the dlstarbancan.
Tax droaght still contlane ia Victoria,
Australia, bat fne rains aavefallealn
Bu.si.sess failures (Dan's report) for the
even days ended Deoember 6 nambered
3V, compared with 232 tbe previous week
and 2M tbe corresponding week last year.
A reward of S10.0CO has been offered
by the Calumet and Hecla Copper Mining
Company for the arrest of the man who
set Hre to tbe Calumet shaft Thanksgiving
day. The flro was reported growing
The Miners' Progressive Union com
pleted It organization at Columbus, O,
on tho 7lfa by the adoption of a coustiin
tion and election of oClccrs.
Owing to a dispute at a recent meeting
of the Pans Municipal Council, two of the
members M. Menorval, n Boulangist, and
M.Chautemps. an irreconcilable fought a
duel. The weapons used were swords and
M. Cbautemps received a wound in tbe
By a coll'rsion in the suburbs of Chicago
the other morning, between a long Pitts
burgh, Fort Wayne and Chicago freight
train, drawn by three engines, and a
s w itch engine, all four engines w ere ruined
and several box cars demolished. Loss
After four days of intense suffering
without food or drink and lashed to the
aftorhouse, four survivors of the crew of
tbe schooner Ethel M. Davis were rescued
Thanksgiving day anil brought to New
York. Three wero drowned iu tbe hurri.
cane of November 25.
It ia reported that in various district of
Ireland, in Limerick especially, tbe de
frost among the agricultural laborers U
enormous. Many aro usking to be assisted
to emigrate to Buenos Ayres.
Socialists raided a meeting of Catholics
at Amsterdam, Holland, recently, called
for the purpose of erecting a statue to the
Pope. A pitchod bnttlo follow cd and many
arrests wero made.
Discoc.vr was lirm with a prospect of
money stringency on tho London Ex
change during tbe week ended Decetnber
8. Americans were unstendy; Canadians
lirm. The German boursos were reported
quiet. It was said the German East
African Company had bn practically
ruined by hostilities with the natives.
A iterations are nmdo that crooked
woifc was the cutiseof tho bursting of the
big gun at Annapolis. Md., recently. It
was said the charge wan ptopured by
parties interested in making tho gun a
At Parerson, N. J., tho other morning
an Eriu railroad train .struck a milk usa-on
ata streot crosiing and. killed two of the
three occupants, John C. Ruff and his
brother, B. J. Ruff.
Thkee-quahtekk of the large iron sbip
building plant of the Globe iron works in
Cleveland, O., was destroyed by lire re
cently. The burned portiou was 7i0 feet
in length and fifty feet in width, and the
damage amounted toOO.OuO; insured.
Clearing house returns for week ended
December 8 showed an average inciease
of 18 1 compared with the corresponding
week of last year. In New York the in
crease was V.tf.
John S. Lewis, receiver of the defunct
insurance company of Sioux Falls, Dak.,
reports it rotten all through. There were
no assets except worthless notes and the
The smelter of the copper mining com
pany at Anaconda, MouL, has been shut
down for an indetlnito time, throwing
1,.V men out of work. Twenty-live hun
dred miners are also affected.
By an explosion of wood dust In the
Northwestern furniture factory, Chicago,
the other morning, flvo 11 re men were in
jured. The court of inquiry investigating tbe
aqueduct tunnel work in Washington has
adjourned to January 9, having completed
the examination of witnesses.
Alarmino reports were current on the
night of the th that tbe strikers at Bevier,
Mo., had burned the Loom is & Snively
block and were rioting. Militia was called
out, but it was found that although affairs
were critical, no rioting had occurred, nor
hail tho Loomis ft Snively block been
burned. The buildings destroyed were
frame, which had caught fire accidentally.
The sensational murders at Birmingham,
Ala., led to a deplorable loss of life. The
body of the first wife of Engineer House,
or Huwes, was found in East lake, a
couple of days after tho finding of his
daughter's tody. Tho body was weighted
down with railroad iron. The find so in
censed the mob that an attack was made
on the jail where Huwes was confined.
Sheriff Smith gave his posse orders to tire,
with their Winchesters, which dispersed
tho rioters and caused tho death of ten
persons and tbe wounding of forty.
Among the victims were the postmaster
and others who were endeavoring to quell
ADDITION AY. DISPATCHES.
T. W. Bcsbt, a popular young book
keeper in the Norfolk (Va.) National Bank
has been arretted for embezzling $3,3).
Two Italian Republicans have been ar
rested for trying to blow up tbe German
consulate at Naples with dynamite bombs
which, however, failed to explode.
F. K. Fisher, a boot and shoe dealer t
Austin. Minn., under bonds for obtaining
$20,000 under false pretenses, has disap
peared. He had squandered every thing
Admiral Leroy died nt New York oa
the 10th. He was' born in 1S1H, and saw
considerable service in tbe late war.
The engineers on the New York steam
lighterage boats struck recently against
a reduction of 10 cents an hour paid for
over time and in consequence all the boat
have been laid np.
Masked men living near Waco, Tex.,
flogged George Armstrong, white, nearly
to death recently for deserting bis sick
wife and living with another woman.
The switchmen on tbe Vandalia road in
the coal fields of Clay County, lnd., strack
recently for increased pay and new men
were afraid to take their places, The
mines were idle in consequence.
Tax roof of John IUingsworth's new
teel works at Harrison, N. J-, fell tbe
other day fatally injuring one and seri
ously hurting eight others. The accident
was caused by too strong pressure on the
Tbe Chicago, St. Paul & Omaha railroad
has cut rates from 8t Paul to Chicago to
$7 for Brst class passengers. It alleged
that several lines were secretly cutting
through scalpers. The others met the cut.
The Kansas City Ac Southern line, from
Kansas City to Osceola, was formally
opened oa the 10th.
The Senate on tbe 10th further discussed
the Tariff bill. Mr. Frye introduced a
resolution, which was referred, having
reference to the proceedings of the Ger
mans at Samoa. Ataoog the new bills in
troduced ia the House was one by Mr.
Holmaa to punish crimes against the elec
toral franchise, having special reference
to corruption prevailing at Presidential
Tax United State 8npreme Coart has
advaxced tbe case of the Mormoa Church
to the second Monday in January.
Coloxbl R. R. Barasss, president of the
North Carolina railroad, died suddenly at
Wilmington receatiy of apoplexy.
Taa boiler ia Streak Hamaa feast
mill at Trowbridge, a, exploded receatiy,
hilliag Henry Ramaa and Albert Klein,
smiting to gat soane feed g.eand. Wallace
Strohl aad oa hoy warn sadly iaJaresf.
its si seat has
f New York, to as
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NEBRASKA STATE NEWS.
A oajto of shoplifters recently encceas
fally worked the merchants of Graad
A SOT at Lincoln receatiy built a boatre
nnd succcd4 la burning a beta and a
The Armour & Cudahy packing bous
at South Omaha, was recently damaged,
including buldings and meat, to tbe ex
tent or $l(,OM.
John Kobcrc, the Madison man who
was shot. whil foraging for kts Thanks
giving turkey, will lose a leg hv the opera
tion. It is stated that tho rifl-j utd In
shooting him was the ameon with which
Rot-n and Ably were wer murdered at
The people of Norfolk are fully atlfied
that a nter rai.l at that place will pay,
A petition was recently circulated and
extensively signed, praying that the
United States district attorney compro
mise tho judgruVnt against tho bondsmen
of ex-P.ecelver Lovcjoy. of the Niobrara
land-olHctv Some of the bondsmen ar
dead, some are imolvent aud only a few
m l.ft t bear the burden.
CoLUMUUS meicnants want the PiatU of the liVe at the derp,t part, about
river bridge completed before the spring JO fret from the shore. A hssty ei
trade commences. tnlnatiun was made an 1 ttjerw was fount
Slate. for the offices are biug mad by ' the final eUdcnc of double murder, the
the wholesale in the new county of llock. back of the head having len laid opsn by
It took sixt- turkeys for th Tfaauksglv- j terrible bio," w ilh aa are. bcurely f asi
ig dinner at the Kearney reform school, ened around tbe ueck a p.ec of rail
A Mormon baptism drew a big crowd at
North Platte the other day.
Jnux Mkhli.v, who tried to kill Dr. Mor
ris near Huruboldt, has been put uudei
$1 CO) ImjihIs to appear for trial.
TnE stable of I. F. Lea'.s, station agent
at Scotia, burned the other day. Three
valuablo horses, harness, carnage, hay,
oat- anil corn were lost.
The State convention of th Y. W. C.
A., recently held at Hastings, prnvmi both
I tin.tltjihli. and interesting and vs as well at-
profitable and interesting and vs as well at-
The other dav the elirht-venr-old son of
John Coutad, of Hooiie County, rode a
horse to a smill lake to water.an I a it was
frozen around tho edges, tried to ride In
further when the horse fell on htm. break
ing one leg and nu arm. Whoit found ho
was crushed dovsu through tho ice aud mum
drowned in two feet of water.
William Nolan, a tireman, was fatally
injured and two llurhugtou engines wer
domolNlied in u cotlitiun at Hastings tho
ItAhSETT wtis nearly wiped out by a re
cent incendiary tire.
L Butts, a fanner residing near Ord
jumped from a uioviui: tram opposite his
homo tho other night aud was found dead
beside the trnck next mcrniug
AT Kingston, Adams County, the other
day a man by the name of Bowing, eighty
one years old, committed suicide by flang
ing himself to the limb of a tree in the
front j-ard. Ho hud been deranged for
some time, and, getting away from tho
surveillanco of the family, managed to
execute the deed and was found dead.
At Omaha the other dny a Union Pacific
freight train crushed tho life out of Mrs.
Andrew Jacobs, n very oor woman, a god
sixty-two years, who was picking up coal
along the track.
Jake Bo.v.nl'M. n farmer living neat
Campbell, tried to burn Dick Stockton's
houso the other day because the latter'
sister refused to marry him. Before set
ting lire to the house Botinum attempted
to shoot Mis Stockton, but failing todo so
he skipped for parts unknown.
Fkom January 1 to November i"i the
North Pintto lnnd-oftlee received 2,21 en
tries under the homestead, preemption
and timber culture laws. During the
same period the Sidney oflice received 1,!XI
The farmers in the vicinity of Tobias
have suh-crlhed ft.OW to erect an elevator
and handle their own grain. There are
soveny-fIve men in the new corporation.
The new building for the feeble minded
institution at Beatrice is nearly rendy for
occupancy. Whon completed forty more
children will In received as inmate.
The verdict in the cose of David Phil
lips, convicted at York of forgery, has
been set aside by Judge Norval and a new
The farmers around Burwell are work
ing hard to secure tho building of a
Blair his just had a new reservoir con
structed at n cost of i'J,.V)0. The other day
it was filled with water nnd during th
night it nil leaked out. The contractors
were not bound to Ruarinte the work.
The Fremont Hemp and Twine Com
pany, with a capital of ?'2),OX, has tUsd
articles of incorporation.
The Federal grand jury, lately investi
gating election frauds at Omaha, was nd
vised by Ju.lgo Dundy that it had like
cases nt Lincoln also to investigate.
Daniel rorE. a pioneer of Dodge
County, died tho other day at tho age of
eighty-soveo years. He moved to the
county twenty-seven vosxs ngo. Ho leaves
a wife and mno children, nil but one of
the latter being residents of the county.
J. B. Sutholt, a farmer living alxiut
eight miles west of Plattsmouth, suffered
considerable los by fire tho other after
noon. The loss is estimated at about
f 1,000. The property was insured for
Peter Johnson, colored, wanted in Lin
coln on the charge of house breaking and
grand larceny, was arrested at York the
A DOi belonging to the sheriff wont mad
nt Plat'smouth the other day and tut sev
eral other dogs before he was killed. Tb
result has ben a war on the dogs.
Mrs. Duplet, the lady whose marvelo
recorery under the Christian sclen'""
treatment has be-n the sensation of tbe
hour at Atkinson, it is stated continue to
improve and there is every reason to be
lieve the cure is permanent.
Fremont has recently successfully or
ganized a Young Men's Christian Assoc -ation.
Enos Moter. ninetesn years old. was
instantly killed in Hedges' foundry at
Lincoln the other day by the burstinz of
an emery wheel at which he was working
The two-year-old child of Babue Jnn
eras recently scalded to death naarCeo
tral City by upsetting a kittle of boilug
water upon itself.
Piattsmocth schools have been tempo
rarily closed on account of the prevalence
Union. Cass County, has a new hotel.
On Thanksgiving night burglars raa..e
a successful haul at Cretv The clothing
tore of S. A- Deh. was broken open axd
.h,fO,ii rth of fine overcoats, suit. I
" . . . , . j
caps, etc, taKen. ine iront aoor waa
broken open with tool taken from a blacA-
wntth shop. This make the fifth time ta J
Ute his mother's metho.i of singeing j
ealcken bv buildinr a fire in th floor aad .
bird in tne name, la
family atsvovered the nre bvfore snuch
aAnsnge was done.
Taa Union Pacific round nonae nt Lin
coln wns burned recently. One engine
eras bndlv damaged.
ALAIN Stolle. a Justice of the pence,
died at North Platte the other aoraiai
froan tae effect of an overdose of ssorpaJM
taken with ssjadal iateat, Mr. Stch,
erveai tare years ae cierk of taa conaty
ana was for two years cashier of tae 5crtk
matte Bank. Of lata he And beam ia very
sanlasss circatnetnaoav, waica ia assigns
aa taa cans of tae act.
Hansom, a Genua gariener of
City, tfty-ivn years e&i,rn
caatly sssgngvst ia a faasily jnarrei oa ae-
af aie wwr canaraa ay a 'swats
TscTibla Rawult of taa A
A Mob Attraft to I.r tk ante
CfctlJ Xrlitr w-4MaWn) rwa
Vpo aoiU still s4 Ww4
BtRMtiaitA. Ala-, Dc 10. Ta-arsday
and Krvday searching part. ci.sml
eery foot of wood for uIm arvond Ike
city n earca for the Uxly of !- 11 ,
who sa thought to a bn auurvUrl
by Engineer Hre, fao i no m jsl
here for killing h.s daughter, but unlit
Saturday morning no o tin night of
dr&gsiug th lW where the g'rl xirr-a
was found. A soon a it w si suggested,
h nrrcr, a (tarty went to the lak ttlia
drag hool aud begu the arch and
j about iio-m the body of Mr. Hi e
found. It lying on tb buttons
road iron weighing bfty pounds. An
other piece was tied around Ler walit ant
a third around her angles.
It was sail that tho Uir wouM be
brought to the city to the undertaking
rooms, nnd iu ! than two hours the ti
streets leading to the room were Oiled f 'r
a block each nv with excited iHp.
The ofllccrs decided that a s:ght of th
woman's tnxly wuuld lnflnitie tho crowd.
mil it wa .luietlr slipped out of the citr
un.Ier a streM'- -ruirtl and secreted and
under a strong guard and secreted ana
I At niht abut three thouanl uteri
gntlirrd iu the icmlty of tho J-1 intent
' on lynch. ng Hawe.. llavor Tbonori
land several ofHrers tnlsl to thecrid.
I About twetve u'clcH'5: th mob arun!
the county Jail lgan slowly pisin
bark the outer guaril anil advanced du:
' Tvsenty-tlrst street to the mouth of tie
allov trading to the J.il entrniico. Ibis
: alley i nbtut lou feet long and twenty
i m Me ntid i the cnlv appntaih to the j sit.
When the crowd reached the niuth of lh
alley Sheriff Smith from th" Jul warned
tlit'iu to stand batk tiui" aiul agsin lls
yelled to them to keep back, as they would
tx tlrrd 011 if thev nilvnlls'ed Up tllo nller.
i Finally ho callv! out. "I lil count three,
and If it man remains there Hi the a. ley
we will tire."
The ahenff counted three and (becloud
fell back a little nnd the authorities did not
gio the order to tire.
This pfiuvl to make th" mob Isjlder, and
agnlu they pressed up the iflley.
Sheriff 'Smith yelled to them J will
count Jive, and If von do not fall bnck we
will tire." He counted live, while the mob
hooted, yelled and continued to advntii
up the alley.
Then tho otticers oened tire, which nil
at once returned by the molt. At r-nt one
thousand shots wero ilrl.
Then tho mob fell back, bi.nviug thn
ground covered with dead or wound, d
Bien. Several of the dead were hurriedly
carried away by their friendt before being
Yesterday the m litary took jssesi(t
of the city and the mob has leen overawed.
The following wcr killed:
M. B. Thockuiorton. postmaster, and
titv tironilnent mill Kuimlnr citizen. If a
leaves a wife and one child, lis was
ilout thirty years of nge and was horn in
Louisville Kv. He cainn to Il.rmllicham
ill 1K) a acent for tho Southern Kisjiress
Company, and at-otit eighteen mouth ago
was ap)ointed istmaster.
An unknown negrrt, shot through the
liiiiL-s. and died this mornlnr.
J. IU JUCtoy wa-s i ssrnm me ironi oi ins
crowil when th llring winimwicwL Hi
fell at the first volley.
. ,. ..r. . 1... m . -4i.
A. B. Tairant wn shot In the luck. ' of a ltnmistiiii to lnUir into the ail
After the first volley he lav d wn t:i the I iatilitr of boUdltig iiirsrnnui i-i-ground
with th hop-of avoiding fly lug ' (en'tarle. and reformatories
bullets. Fnle W ruld not have It u, hots
ever, and a bid struck, him a he la) on,
his face and ranged up his l.isck-
few mmut"' sultermg he div!.
A. 1). Itrjnnt wns shot thrcugh the
henrt. He vns standing rather near the :
front, and wn doing his lt to r-trisin
the crowd from going anv nearer. 11 fell j
at th first ulley, and died Instantly J
C. C Tate was shot through thn hp. ,
thigh ami loin. He Is dying. He l j
painter, and lived at Kastlafca. Il' is '
al ut fo(tvfe vear oln and has !
Frank Childer, h( t through the body,
died lat oTening.
Colln-rt Smith (cdrnl) shot thrimgh
th- r ght 1'ing. die.1 yeterday morning
. . . a
liwrenre rnznugn. a civu niiii-r,
was fatally wounde. H was shot
through tho shoulder. H I thirty years
Charles Bailey was shot through th
hen 1. It j thought rw is fata. ly wounded.
A. J. ScbJede, a mechanic, was hot In
the left side just undr the right shoulder.
1. 1..1 1.. ..-. i... .11 .It. II. .....
recentlv from Kalamazoo, Mich. Several
of hi companions were wounded, out Jas
Charles Jenkins was shot In the havoc or
th head, the btll coming out In tbacs-ntr
of hi forehead. He live,! until ten oVJ'xk
next morning. He wa twenty year old
and lived at Smlthfleld with hi pareoU
ami three brother.
Branden, at th hospital, wounded In tan
thigh and abdomen, died at ten o'clock this
In addition to the abov- a great tsaay
were wounded, som quit riouly.
Last evening a duten wnt l-fr
Justice of the peace and swor Jt a war
rant for the arrest of Smith and bt d-p-
uti-s on the charge of mard-r. This e
-erveilby the coroner, who found Smith in (
the jail, and th- coron-r hls!f to.k ,
charge of the Jail aad ia hi. cusUxly that )
institution is at present i
Tb-chlf of posice was also arretted ca
the ceatge of raurder. w
poatrnaster Thrcc mrtoB aad sa-vereJ
other of tb kill'd wrs amooc lh avnt
povulsrottZ'n of ta p'ac-, and at thn '
time of th flrinr wr attempting to ?
the raob and preaarv order I
Washington D -c . Th ctalrasaa of
thw Hrrlfln laauifars! CosjmJtia
the Oov- ?
r. tI t.ii.ri frr.!9 T,rs! of
'" .-.....-. -. --.-
erncr. of te hut- wbo
cam a prorcnBt RJU
.. .r . a. rur. Tmmm
can ssto soq!4
f rUlai'Ura. iiafl.ovM; jnst4iH ur.
P. L. iHrJ-a. .ortb Atrjbrwjgh. Xlchl-
gaa. It A Bidgtt, Orarcd P-p.d.; T-
. --t I 1,1- I V... U.m.X...
Pnaasylvacia. Wilbaa B- Ueik Pada-
delphia; -Vew YtTk. H- B. Phillip-,
Br-kSya; OavrsJ H. A. aVsrsaaw ys
York; Marylasi. icel
X- W. v
Cumtujs, O-, Dec 9 Tsr-jrtfa
ss? tne targe ircss s;pbsjil4ing plant of ta
Glcbm irca work Wswt fittver tra la
tais city was tVoyd by tr t asssra
Isg. Tie tvaraed fssosi ta ealp.
va:4 svae Dm feet La teagt sss4 ftfrsr
nst la wiata, aaa rt neafwesl ,-
an) wartfc af veJsaVU
ae naop ssU4iags
by taw laamte. tate eaVw ne gnt-
Vainaase aKae aa4 arasHaan, taa
tan erncks sjrittMa a
AN ALABAMA CHlMC
a m rae4 artta m na
at Uawaie Tat M War Aa sf
arrtess tSsx As
Utaatsaasa, AU., ls. AT sysisy
surroaai.og ttv 4U t t Jag gUt
fostad la the las at KAstUs T4- "
atU4 test algkt bv t 4Jrs.T f "
lleotltr, Alt day tha ly a to s a-
dartaaias etr4isaasnl ia tht itr "-1
Ifcjor tban SsJ rop kvk4 ?.
Aa aulorwt-r ti aii aad A fwa4
t t&at Xh ll aad ba ia taa wa f
t a Unit tis kcirs warn itd. Tlr
I Rt starts of TKJst a)4 It w
ctdl i&atta (tri h4 Sa ;H.rtiv.-l
aad p ard a U lal.
l.ateaiag ttrl jn kl-otl2-t
th t.ir as that of a dJti,tr t tet
llmse. a railroad faf'sr js .! :neJ
ta th suboi b of t& est; : a wtfs t-l
eral ilUJrrv. KvS 1st a gfct fc ;
ter.J at the Foreae llftt? attf tu4a;t
aad Ufl i:a at srlj OiMnittg trsa far
iiU.tiJ'p ti?lcfs nisi j th bt
rtU(U1t lj f.ViOil It Cl-! JUd .
o fr l-ea unable lo flod m lr.- i U-
mother of the .lr t gtrt "T aur ths f ars
ilr. A negru srvt&an att ti vwsr
that last tsaturdar Hsjs .ft t&r c.r n
her chargs fvr a f Jui, ad Nua.tsS'
night aUmt eight cU-l V ..J4 tkl
tl htf iir. ;(og h kS
pao her it a rnl in Mwjtjror
Th nvgru ra tlntJr l ui
than sha wwi.il tell att &. arir,tl
t aud pUcsvl lu Jsil iwodlng further sasasti.
The girl's molhrr it is ncf t!i,e.l has
ln murder.! and hr !! em;ed.
hh as .t iem aturilar l-tmtit n
cotiirans-with hr baslMsnd. 1 1 u .. hr
they r at hwnia Mrkh; tbr b.-u.
holdrlTrot. Sun las llvue ! .! IU (
in tha (f of the le-r sterfnsu, K n a
, Bryant, and tok her it Miv n t t
! The g.rl a. nutrdrrd M.Ut night. Hm
f ar the otll ei s have beu Uaabfa to Rtsd
anv trace of the niwtht
lister It K Itiriite, father of ttm rir
due. I g rl. Aine. tr tfi hi, Ur 4m tfusii
Columt'U. M ss at l uVliwl U,3 suhl
and HAiertf, , In n ilej-titt slter.C itt
uiuriieut he ,tefie,t frtKti tle laitt aad its,,
mediately Ulrn to the (VMtatv )
Ho n toil that te Mas
wctet! tf hating iimKlf-n.l tits fXthl.
twilv stAtMtat a
j drn.al of the charge. His brVi" "as
' taVeit tonne at the hotels by a tl wad.
' The wnttin II wise lutl.e! itlUr
' Is the daughter f n proimHewt vll'tess f
Columtnis. Miss U Urn br busUsn.1 -f
a few hours was arie.ted and bo sat"ld
i of the charge agiiust lini aba wis tcrnMv
I attee'ed, and fruited seserat tiswes Taa
' "ui""-"' """ "R"" "-
formerly lived n Atlanta, 0. and n
he was there ilcvi.ei fm the e-iMlisu
How supHed lo t-o liiuriler'l.
tnnuat HmiM f llir lttiirir,.tra! -lie
AilturslM .t,r uiueitl tMltM
llarla. WaaiilioTOSj. Dec S AMnrny.(Jenrl
(iarland hits made lus sntt.sl r!xwt t.t
Congress of th bus. lies, tif the Derail
ment of JtlstlCn during the last fl.cvtl yer.
j together with stntl.tio, of i nie against
the Uiilteil Male, and a statement f IU"
business .f the Hupreme i,urt and iirt
of Claims The petition ftl"! In the .alter
court on French simlntlun ae imiiilr
U iVM, representing 2,"! vessels aad atxnt
J3V,V, The maj.r.iv of these im
have !mu dispism! of so for as the cmtt
Is concerned atld has le C"ltifie. Ut
Congress The r inaiiitr w ill ( fr.rt-i
during the presnilt e.lt-n
After mskliif; a dtattd statement In r
gam louiecnsracier aniresuuut i.ua-
tb.ti In which the t'n.le-t States -.
party during h- vr, th Attorrte Uen
ral s s that th usta atulnat"i f
I penltentiarus hi wlil'h th t'inie-1 Ktslrs
I prisoner ate n0iid, mad dur ug
the year and showed the institutinrss ! l
I In v-xl cond'tioti tin I that the tiismr '
! , t . ,1 -... I
rr wen urii i- sim nurain'T ireaev
l He advocates the . ,. of th lll rt-nv
j pending " Congress fur lh i.-r,iutnit
Thr" "ft l.ii (iiMrmmsfit prstirs
hn custody during th ear Th AHr
neyl5eneral suggests that tfca lfctiallljetit
of Justice lm given ltr rntr4 rr th
' Jail in tae D sfrl.-l .,f ( dimba aa I Ihst a
epsrntn lioiMing for the eoifli,aifiit
v.'V of femal prisoners!-, added to that
iwimng. lie nt,' 1'wnm.iw. insi ir.a
sslary of th wid-ii le- itinesss-I to '1.:H
A lf( Tr'isi H-)rleil i . il, !(
SrhrMi, nl I h I'srksrs.
ST. lACls, D-cfc -I'.'imw ca'al gnwhd
yestsnlay In thiscity thai glgantle om-
blnenf all th hog packers i.f th Wastssas
in ctnirse of formation, that th iUi ot
I .m. . a a i
; ,nirco wi nginei.ug in nai. i
were arranging ti take ,n aJl pa k n ( tj, li,e-.tr ,f Ui Jksiest sk mi
house, nt Ht. Paul, ! Mlne. risn j amiat ot silv.r 11Nvi rrfi--l
Oty. Onsha. Kaesa Illy, Ht. L aed ' W7k as' IO, O. rssl sd f
Cincinnati. Tle Mwinss.Utiiaha and ! mhvn pvrrfceed, Tv Utat j-t 4
Carisan City bses ar ir j fl I y xnat-' retWfi aliC if tx- .
th Chtrago yn llat- ! U I- wm!i J. ' llfla f ,jJ r.ia,l Ulls in U s-Ingthanegotiations-Th
story aasjt.r.g n lav la di-riia.lnrt - ar '
I .1 .11. . 1... &.. f ..Hi. I'..,....
I Curntny, a braucti of th .bkac' ai t
' jg t.omiany, oi th ntir Jaut at lssl
St. Isxi s. w.th a capacity ul 2,' bd
aay iroasnian v mcs. smi k, p.
reent tha;trwsi it is ailgd U.at Tian-'
els hltt-r a; ivan, taa my via
packing tetJtm't beta, a iitiA-l
! to jHn the cmiWiir, 1j( d-sdisd m lbs
?-.itjnil tnat lkr bi! znl Nhirk t
'- - - - ...-
koon and that tb-y bad atrthlng Jo gaits
by lbs change, Jt Is rarr.orl foitt.r tfcat
th urn Hn wfco at la the dra-! bxf
pool are ia thi aad 'hat th wtoLirsa ill
have an oJeotnafgarna msa'ifarUy ae a
T IMattlaa afrMt Bslssu I,
Xw Yoax. Dec . At Jat tb tm
UjBtT rerdlBU. ,(serr HaytUa IU- r
pqijic. ra4 ,j u lUyn gai.U(
!M..iuee tM ta kmrir .f tM. Msi.
m, t u U cUsrd . Cs.s
CotAon'm i4e la t.ainr Vr hi imrnmnA
ac4 tt aslag to asat ! a tb Asavirae
coiors is Vee of th-draada f tM
ooJorI giard ia - of ta ta-9
r, will t rwejdf eod t vl rw
)1. This wa- taas rawi-! at
lyird A; Aaetia', ( ef ttvs tm. .
. la this city yeat-viay.
raear Ovleaee Mca4aea fsesva,
l"fisTlIo Or limei. ft. - lLm Llt'a
bsH- th Ctise UgU lat "C Hs-t a tWy ras- t
Moiy tvr bsv 4t aad tvkr is ,,,r1 " f MM-f4 ,
a.; fe, 4isv .HoaifcftiKsaTOy-' -t . g U V
Bmimmm-m m m -j mm n nmn
a:f ef j-sJe t:g pesr.r, ..! -ss ;
aaan.ssMly agrl lo brA p all i,c.
W.4'lU. 1m fVl. .-.(, --
nava bean paetavl tArsag? Cutw o-. j
drteg all Hve JgaUa4re V 4twi j
wttata S ilayv ov as4si ta eas.rsav
Ts Chinee aJao are tmU,U ta arr t
Jacaaa 1 si(t
. i erfrflSf
, lake. In lateg tae a far ta feanarag
s a Xaaae a-nsws a aa4 a mimm4me w Mat
t-rfw ainv ttmA rnanlngate aar sWa
Isaw9 sisstaMBaw safaaap-W spWaaa Inaw aRaV i-MH
iaa jaar. - Wmmramty 3 ia
raaa. DssaA-TW fii 1 1 i caaal Caaa
iilsaMi naar laamj tneaeWasakenii
wafts Mm 1
a t SSVe ar, Tret
. ( j..
fsalMl ssSsf asa I'-f.
Waaanctyeti Isw4 t ,! '-s
Latest try ar.,y ritr a s ,
4 4t4 t tS-a pJeT
( ta sed IV
L? stT?tr. IfsrC'ej KipUf r
,evt at r as !'-. MS t '
d lh -, as es .
tikfua-tt t ptf 0.Mwls j
aad If t Iiaa4 tiaac
silala ea-.aei e. UV
JI ! tt Us !. t
V th IAI -X K -a" . twAirr Vi
sariMUnlsr .t tt ;,. .t,
tvnas t !tar Adea-.fal . t t -. .
at c4 t Ssr Vli " as i ..,
t s&ia. Ufcw44(, ! . 1 j
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-m ss aSpS"5"4 la-at t -s-s i
srt!si !- !.
a,w istuA (am dr s
MS s 4t f !tst T ss -
i4tft !i" !m ls fSw S s
A 4sai !je. eMtsusastdlat-ta-a ? -.IW
aUUso. t tissibf t
w ,a It. la IliVaiti-o-4 aJ .,., ,
vi as tt C' 'iv " ! 'r'' -e
(.sOietais ef te ?la.t I wimis,-. ..
4., IsUrsst ass ta-a ml--, a- I
a.lnut -a li.l i JeM sf fc It s
U-(nlt-W IVa, !-, dravatt4i
rstf W k-tssf .s Ss
U'tmi asked tV a A ss-rtst-! !-
-Mtr this -li sfcesl Jfc-s ..
t a.ttMt-t fraaktr sl Vs .
elrvU ta lira Hasat , oss. t l "
Yr t gstle r-tt as -, as f-
We Iss Urt tmt llU !( a VJ4
-!& I, iIimsI iills as
naval tsiHai tr st fcan-d . a
iimi. Y"S rsscMSfstVe tKsl Va- Jl
aMtaarittat lf-l h s
semr ( t s iiissihI w
Lsi lhd'fe-S a Js-Slsss sv4 fc
sVurt is tfeat (a-,, ha at
ksr It isst'taa . .
the sl fe to-tfl sol s
lt.sls V4i tit" s l INarl ,
asat SsHHnU( IV.-r W . Itsal
(Ual wise tt B.sl iwtf-ttt ass
skll-l kls a-- t' t is as BK
,.! ,ansMkst Bssta, -sMkM ..
avtlimlisrl Wyllsiiiit ItssSk '
ai, 4i rsK ( aayst silf T
Ul il Use im rX kaw ur
IW sas,s fasssAaas a4 a I sssm
trMs4 I Ik I sh a lUs4 Us 41 'a-l . i
i l hS tAT't SHIS
W,Mntw, 1. a f-a i 4 ,
ltiU.ts( a In I at.4 aigtaa ! t .
i eslalsltsti,! by th tVe.sil t a
fTMlitlttiil.u af tie inn)ta- -- "
UIsh, thfMglsst tt t a,4 Skt. .
X,gtala4Vat setaris UI S.
a (MtputatlstM t rnat tess laa I ss
R.r than J ,iaUifcSK Ums .
nt ta.'ixtiislw)) r-ealia : -.
wsniattM, w atil a ss ft l s .a - I I
iiSO KailH ..h is lw -sea i i
ehlef and l' vl'' f- tie-l
satv ttl Carty Mt Ut Jslj ml t
it is nia the dull v( tk Wsteeai I. r
Li iv asailatU t4ii W a -
(dale atld lettable lifwfliei
the epls Ida ,i, lbs kW)M '
Kj1umie- fr UipUf rwaot. tfca !. I
lnds, lti tlitttl ') s uaaj
ll-.n. Iha (ianttta fa ! t
C'tirlal. .irtr thllic fetal i Us, - l
may nt ln(rl ( - r is,
l'r,i,uiii i, iu, fr Hi- I- -
at least twirs a niMtS. f a -,!
glvirif tha ih(fniUM rkM.e-t I.
for lh Xing fl f rthaitf" a
I foiruaUufi -rl"alty ll f
CI SN of I he Lulled !a!s l
j w,. ,bA .Jmj., ( ihj.is .f U.M
, mtu ins.n lt,iM.tl lkif 4 Hi
(IsHr.i ( ltt wstty, k.I ll f ig
ilstrsr, sHlilhlt h4!-s j-u- f
nam- of jat(s, il l, - i(t i
asm to tk a CMlss n tl-
ball isaiil uh lfmisi t-W5t
C"isr. ith a iMdts,t -
Ulrmfr of tilc( as may ,mih 1 k t
j witm -M,j ,a,j in ..!. u
' nf trKmu, t lafbrnsatxm tt usaka
lnlry iit ilatliit .'.f ei!ti
and a - list rf ttmfnmtt k I .k
and V imidMh th rjU f iii .
gaOun. sliia f tnarmt2 ai(
irt ehaittaWaof ttbT -!Tiet d
nirinc esBftioy H.nl. kwrs, 4
and suetl ta fallsf a 4h .. wy
Tba Plsel!,t aad kaI Sf ejel- -
I .,. raird l g.ia iu)mslMi
, rk, wly te A'sifVsn rtll a
' s, ,.,,f,,fe in s.nf,u,y m.t t. j
!rrMttt In th vttMttty of 1t- k
dra. Tb annual st.ry t f
i trurus Is ft at 7J' aud tif
; annual i nllurs nf h !.
r-.sf..t ,r tt.Vta,
Wacui-sut. l. -TJ- itisef,!.
t(lV Ttsry. n Mt ,. V rW a
mean's raaKlivtn f (fc,n,i, fc., u.
; t,,atrj Ur th .! stUs.t f
fn lb t' H-! ibi " u s,.,,.
pu kara (. wndt vt 1i '
.s.u u 1k! linsil Mil. ., J .
dV- far aUT mW MstaL.
tb market if
i( l -r bstipva sj
nol!J K4atas as !e'f?'HtMf
lHMit t-ri-a-.f str t Jkwtsi f
l&m tttri prUm ta Im-lts iliw- u
llf, s sseil isws, Uta evffe-t ,''
pfk" ! U Ot paU f Ifca - S
fiit(ta 4iffera aa wt ty t 4
trmn ;n tevs .iJiraf Lifc U Ur
ari7TO. ;.r- I Pmwmsr Hir
Is4g Jt aigt ta'sa 4l.e V V
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im4 Us ae 4t ttaMt-a J
rV'rv, nt 1, JCikfaas-a-a. 4 4r-i as
m.Jl J .! . te - . . I. ..d .,
far rssally 44ri-sd Us. 4Uli'
USt dJ t"mlti ; -ait-ri'y Tl
rfliSttl! KkkiOil'l kars1 Us tsW we
tiw Ut .isvaaJ, U H s. UAM ta 1 p-y
lf Ma a4 fs-f-sv. fii; ,V.-e
Kf in lv rssnrXSiitXa va.
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