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EEDCUMJD. ... NEBRASKA
BsB". IsaXDEft IftetAEL, pMtOT Of the
Unitarian Church. W Sale,
, committed suicide recently.
Hie Mind was nabalanced.
Jonx Butlek, an aged Frenchman
living near Foxcroft, Me., recently set
fire to the buildings he occupied, killed
his colt and goats, stabbed himself
slightly four times, took paris green
and then died.
Those who have seen Private Sec
retary Halford's chirography say that
nothing he ever writes will corapro-
WliftA thn Admfnfafefittnn tTntiuvs
Greeley's fist is said to be copper-okM j
compared with it. w I
Famine and droucht are reported In
the interior of China, and increasing
I . t l mm
m tKJicriiy, caubing terriuio; suueruig.
In the province of Shan-Tung crops
have been destroyed by an overflow of
the Yellow river.
J. J. West, proprietor of the Chicago
Times and Joseph Dunlop, the city
editor, have been arrested on com
plaint of Inspector Bonfield and Cap
tain Schaack for libel in alleging col
lusion with thieves.
Baron Chevbeul, the famous cen
tenarian French chemist, is reported
to be in better health than for some
time past, and to give every indica
tion of living to enjoy his one hundred
and third birthday in August next.
Pkobably the most youthful caso of
sfeath from alcoholism ever heard of
was reported at the New YorV coron
er's office recently. It was that of
four-year-old Nellie Ileynolds. The
coroner decided to make an investiga
tion. Resolutions from several com
mander ies of the Loyal Legion and
from tlio Massachusetts Military
Historical Society have been laid be
fore Congrcbs asking for increased ap
propriations for publishing the official
records of the war of the rebellion.
Tiik Friend electric sugar refinery
Ijrocess, to operate which a company
was formed in New York, is said to
have been a huge swindle. The
secret," so carefully hidden, was
merely a blind to sell stock, for not a
pound of raw rugar was ever refined.
Great anxiety is felt concerning the
safety of the new steamer Gulf of
Guayaquil, which sailed from Liver
pool December 24 for Valparaiso. Two
life boats, life buoys and a quantity of
wreckage belonging to the vessel
have been washed ashore at Fish
The United States inspectors, who
have been investigating the burning of
the steamer Kate Adams, have ob
tained evidence which satisfies them
that forty-two persons were lost in
stead of fourteen, as first reported. It
appears that eighteen children among
the deck passengers and ten of the
boat's crow perished in addition to the
victims previously noted.
In many parts of Dakota and Minne
sota, so mild was the weather. New
Year's day was celebrated with pic
nics, excursions and ball games, the
observation of the eclipse being part
of the day's pleasures. Smoked glass,
when not used to watch the juxtaposi
tion of the sun and moon, was brought
into service in placo of the palm leaf
fans, or which the supply was insuffi
cicnt to meet the demand.
TrtE lumbermen in the Northwest
are breaking up their camps and giv
ing up business for the winter. A
special correspondent at Duluth says
that in all directions lumber camps are
preparing to break up. There is no
snow and it is impossible to work, and
lumbermen are generally discouraged.
Twenty camps at Tower. Minn., have
already been closed, and fully four
hundred men have been thrown out of
It has transpired that the compact
of bagging manufacturers to combine
foa certain purpose, or so-called cot
ton bagging trust, expired January 1
by limitation and the price of bagging
has fallen about two cents since New
Year's and will still further decline.
The manufacturers say they made a
little money, hut not so much as they
hoped to because of an unexpected
large amount of bagging in the hands
of outsiders. Howevor, they were
The Liberal members of the Hun
garian Diet waited upon M. Tizsa, the
Hungarian Premier. Ufoffer the New
Year's congratulations. M. Szapary,
the spokesman, referred to the eminent
services of M. Tizsa, expressed the ab
solute confidence of the Liberals in his
leadership, and declared that they
would support his foreign policy. M .
Tizsa. in reply, said that in tho for
eign political situation the alliance of
tho Central European powers offered
the most prominent guarantee of peace.
His speech throughout was most hope
ful in tone. He expressed his belief
that the peace of Europe would not be
At the instance of the leading Ger
man authorities in criminal law. emi
nent legal men of nearly all countries
have agreed to form an international
society with the object of practical
improvement of criminal laws. The
agreement awaits the adherence of
only English and American lawyers,,
the rontons for whose hesitation were
unknown at Berlin. The prin
cipal supporters are Tcssendorf, Attorney-General,
of Germany; Liszt, of
Marburg; Holtzendroff. of Munich:
Prins, of Brussels; Wahlbcrg.of Vienna;
Zucker. of Prague: Ailinea and Garo
fals, of Naples; Scalia. of Home; Gar
,rml. of Lyons; Hircel. of Amsterdam.
andCsuiezi. of Pesth. The last named
is the author t the "Hungarian Penal
la the taste setttieas
raeai vs4 fees
the Fiestdeat te regard to ike
e ea ike sahjeet ef the treaty
wKh Cbiaa acadlac tart Seatember. Ae-
leaned. There was a slim attesaasce
at the Mease. The taU prohibttlac atteraeys
fesafecerriaga fee fee arocerlag aaiacrease
of peastoa vss siriilnl sad passed. The
it as aaoaifii was oserea or r.
Peters (Kaa.) as pensile the appllcaat to can
txset to pay set te exceed threedollaistoaiij
perseaiahlsewB8tsteir the claim is allowed.
The River aad Harbor bill was then considered
Is the Senate on the 3d Senator Vor
bees' resolatlos calling for certain information
as to homestead, timber-culture and pre-emp-ttoa
entries was agreed to. At risS) the Sen
ate took ep the Tariff bill which was considered
.oattl adjournaiest .. Is the House Mr. Reed.
of xaiBe, from the Committee on Kuies, re
potted a resolution which had for its object the
prevention of ffUibustering by opponents of the
Pacific Railroad Funding bill and the Okla
homa bill. FitUbusterlng was resorted to by
the opponents of the motion which prevented a
rote upon it. nnd pending the attempt to secure
a quorum the House adjourned.
I.v the Senate on the 4th a resolution was
agrfed to calling on the President for corre
spondence touching the recent Haytien trouble,
and Senator Edmunds' resolution regarding the
construction or control of the Panama canal bv
European countries was reported and placed on
the calendar. The Tariff bill was then con
stderes until adjournment. ...In the House the
Senate Nicaragua Canal, bill was taken up,
amensed aad passed. Mr. Seed called up his
reeolBtioB amending the rules so as to present
fillibustering on the Oklahoma and PaciUc Road
Funding bills. Along discussion followed and
no quorum could be had, so without actios the
At the close of morning business In fbe
Senate on the Sth the joint resolution repotted
by Senator Sherman from the Committee on
Foreign RelaUons in regard to the Panama
canal was taken up, and after a
lengthy debate postponed until Mon
day. Consideration of the Tariff bill was
then resumed and continued until adjournment.
....In the House an attempt was again made to
get a Tote on the resolution to amend the rules
so as to prevent fillibustering on the l'acltlc
Kailroad Funding and Oklahoma bills. All ef
forts to secure a quorum failed and the House
PERSONAL AND POLITICAL.
Tna wife of ex-Governor Garcelon nnd
sister of Mrs. Senator Fryo died at Lewis
ton, Me., recently.
The New Hampshire Constitutional con
vention assembled at Concord, 2. II.. on
the 2d and organized.
JoH.vUE.t.NKKEn IIeato.v, member of the
British House of Commons, expects to
visit tho United States shortly to advocate
jtenny postage between England and
Foua Radical members of the Servian
Chamber of Deputies have been arrested
for an alleged conspiracy against King
The Missouri Legislature convened at
Jefferson City on the 2d.
Turn Cortes of Portugal was opened on
the 2d by the King in person, who de
clared that Portugal would willingly join
in the anti-slave trade blockade of East
The President has withdrawn the
nomination of Leon O. Bailey to be dis
trict attorney for Indiana and substituted
the name of Solomon Claypool, now as
sistant district attorney under special ap
pointment Postmaster Shellkt. of Kansas City.
Mo baa been removed by order of the
President. Shelley accuses Congressman
elect Tarsnev of bein? the cause of bis
removal, much bad feeling having devel
oped daring the lata election between
' Tnc Secretary of State has received a
letter from the United States Consul at
Cape Haytiea announcing the election of
Hippolyte aa Provisional President of
Hayti by a convention held at Gonaives,
and saying that no particular damage was
done by the recent bombardment of Cape
The biennial message of Governor
Adams, of Colorado, has been sent to tie
Legislature. It recommends, among other
things, the passage of a high licenso lav.
Cardinal, Simon. Primate of Hungary,
at a banquet the other night made a vio
lent speech denouncing Italy's treatment
of the Pope as infamous.
Prof. Uktteckks, who has been held in
custody on the charge of being responsi
hle for the publication in the Deutsche
Kuadicasu of the diary of the late, Em
peror Frederick, has been released, the
prosecution having been abandoned. The
professor's release and the Morier inci
dent excited much comment on favorable
to Bismarck in the European press.
The President has directed the removal
of Alfred E. Lewis, deputy fifth auditor of
the treasury, for neglect and inattention
of his official daty.
Senator Plcmb has introduced a bill to
create a customs commission in the Treas
ury Department to invejtigate the work
ing of the Tariff law.
GoEDELrrrE & Jambs, merchants of
Nashville, Tenn., have assigned. Their
liabilities are $92,000; assets $10,000.
At Dablin on the 3d Judge Kelly in sen
tencing rioters to prison denounced the
Government for it laxity la allowing
riots at evictions.
Extreme cold prevailed in the Ekaterin
burg district of Southeast llussia. It was
estimated that 175 persons were frozen to
death. Near Tiflis a railroad train was
blocked by saow and fourleea passengers
froze to death.
The stables of the paving aad health
dspartsaeate ef Boston were burned oa the
3d. Ten thousand bushels of grain and
seventy tons of hay were destroyed. Th
buildings cost $,000. Two firemen were
hut by falling timbers.
A qcaktitt of dynamite was exploded
ea she tracks of the Philadelphia Read
ies railroad at Mahaaoy Plains, Pa., the
other alght aad four dwellings wars partly
wrecked aad the town badly shaken ap.
The explosive ia supposed to have been
placed ea the tracks by trala wreckers.
Heoae was iajared.
A saaixs of earthqeake shocks followed
each ether la Costa Rica ea the aight of
Decesber9B. At Alajaela eight p erases
were killed aad smaay iajared.
Two hoys broke through the ice ea
CHeesea1 pead. as Seath Farssiaghass.
Mass while skating the other day, as did
several ethers who caste to their assist
awes, aad three Charles and Fred St.
Peters aad Johnny Ryan were drowned.
They were between tea aad fearteea
years old. ,
It is learned that the change asade ia
the sugar schedule by the Senate sub
committee ia charge of the Tariff bill pro
vides that a bounty of one cent a pound be
paid upon all sugar raised ia this country.
This has been, it is said, fully agreed upon.
Ix an altercation at Bayou Sara. La., J.
F. Irving. Jr., son of Mayor Irving, shot
and killed Tnomas Howell, son of Judge
8. J. Howell. Irving was released on bail.
Et a collision betweee freight trains on
a brtdg near Carbon. Wyo, the other
night the bridge was set on tire and it and
a number of cars were burned. A tele
graph operator in tho caboose was fatally
Bv an explosion of fire damp in a col
liery near Ovelda, Spain, recently twenty
seven persons were killed aad saaajria
jured. U'tirxs tho audience were leaving a
theater at Madrid oa the night of the 4th a
tomb exploded near by with treaasndcas
effect. Great excitement prevailed for a
time. No person wa injured, but build
iBgs in the neighborhood were damaged.
3 !. Vlld
,V mt www ww awu
Brtaefallef a tern at
iek had beM aaaeratUMd I
Uovxaaoa MoBSHOCSB has redaeed the
ef BUI Byaa, convicted iaWl far
the Brae Cat trala robbery, frost,' twenty
five years to tea years. The coBsftBStetloa
will release Ryaa April 16 aest,
William Foaacs, aa electric light trim
eter, ef Detroit; Mich., was killed by a
shock of electricity while at work oa his
ladder the other day.
Tax Navy Department has been informed
that yellow fever has appeared on the
United States steasaer Yantic which re
cently went to Hayti to release the Hay
Tax sheriff recently raided a wholesale
liquor house and the Hotel Duncan saloon
in Dubuque, la., and raized large quanti
ties of liquor.
W. B. Fat, president and general man
ager of the Denver (Col.) Gas Company,
has been arrested for manslaughter for re
sponsibility for the killingof four laborers
by the caving in of the cable road.
Jonx Walter, a submarine direr of
Philadelphia, while at work on the bottom
of a vessel recently got the air lins en
teazled about his fee; and when finally
rescued was almost dead.
Tub colored Catholic congress at Wash
ington adjourned on the 4th to meet next
year In Richmond), Va.
A RIOT was reported recently near Seat
tle, Wash. T., between ccal miners belong
ing to the Miners' Union and other minvr
belonging to the Knights of Lalor. Sev
eral men were reported to bo killed and
The handsome residence of Robert Mc
Wade, city editor of the Philadelphia Pub
lic Ledger, and J. H. Tighe, on Lancaster
avenue, at Wayne station, were entirely
destroyed by fire the other night
The British ship Montana was sunk re
cently after collision with the German
Lloyd steamer Main off the Maryland
coast. The chief engineer was killed. The
cause was inexplicable, accordiug to the
A courier hai reached the Blackfeet
Agency, Dak., from Sweet Grass Hills
with news of a four cornered duel to the
death between a quartet of Gros Ventres
and Kiver Crow Indians. The. struglo
occurred about sundown on the banks of
Cottonwool creek in the foot hills, three
of the reds being killed outright and tho
fourth so serious! v stabbed that he died.
The Supreme Court of Massachusetts
litis given a decision setting usido the
famous John Amory Codman will in
which nearly all the property was left to
Mrs. Eliza Ann Kimball, the"Violette of
CLKAUi.vr; house returns for the week
ended January ." showed an average in
crease of 1 1.3 compared with the corres
ponding week of last year. In New Yoik
the increase wa 1S.&
American securities were firmer on tile
London Exchange during tho week ended
January .". Other business was active and
discount easy. The German bourses were
firm. In Paris financial matters were
quiet, Panama shares still continuing to
A passenger train was blown from the
rails near Fiume, Hungary, the other day
by the wind and three persons killed and
The river steamboat Kate Robbins sunk
above Yazoo City. Miss., on the 5th in
fifteen minutes, having struck a snag. No
A petard waj exploded in the rear of
the building occupied by the Spanish In
terior Department in Madrid recently but
no particular damage was done.
There has been no yellow fever in Jack
sonville., Fla., for some time and the city
is now entirely free from epidemic dis
ease. It is announced that the salaries of all
employes of the Missouri Pacific earning
10J per month and over will lie cut ten
per cent., excepting engineers, conductors
and those employed in the mechanical de
partments. A revere storm was reported at Long
Branch and along the adjacent Atlantic
coast on the ftth and Cth.
Norwegian settlers in Walsh County
Dak., are reported in a state of starvation.
The boiler of agiist mill exploded re
cently at New Hope, W. Va. Several
farmers who were waiting at the mill for
supplies were killed and the building de
stroyed. The steamer Paris C. Brown struck a
snsg near Hermitage Landing on the
Lower Mississippi on the night of the 5th.
A passenger and several of the crew were
drowned. The same day the Kate Rob
bins was sunk in the same way near
Vicksburg, Miss. No lives were lost.
Tme National Z.-itang, of Berlin, says ia
theSamoan troubles there are traces of
envious meddling on the part of rivals to
the German power la Samoa, especially
Americans. Too Goverumont is advi-ed
to remonstrate with the authorities at
Mackenzie, the agent ot the British Esst
African Company in Zanzibar, on New
Year's day presented hundreds of slaves
with papers giving them their freedom.
His action created much enthusiasm.
It is said at the Navy Department that
no more vessels have been ordered to Sa
moa, but there are three that could be sent
there if necessary.
Wilet Matthews, the escaped Bald
Knobber. was reported as having been
seen in the Indian Tenitory.
Before the Houss Committee on Fishe
ries recently five Government officials wi.o
bad been in Alaska on duty denied the
stories of maltreatment of the natives as
false in every way.
Judge Beach, in the Supreme Court at
New York on the 7th. refused to interfero
with the action of the trustees of St. Pat
rick's Cathediat ia declining to permit the
body of old John McGuire to be buried ia
Calvary cemetery. He practically upheld
the action ot the church authorities and
dismissed the complaint. McUaire was a
friend ot Dr. McGlynn.
The commutes of clergymen, recently ia
esssioa at New York, have advised general
services oa the ceateaaial of Washiagtoa's
iaaagaratloa, April 30 next.
Benjamin Hopkins, ex-cashier of the
defaact Fidelity Bank, recently pardoned
by the President, died at Cincinnati oa
Mas. Padelford. the daughter of Gen
eral Ordway of the army and a social star
of considerable prominence in Washing
ton, made her professional debut as a
comic opera prima donna in the part
Felisa ia ths "King's Fool," at Chicago
receatly. Her stage name is Girard.
THE slr.ke oa the "O sv.tem was
'formally declared to be at an end on the
tth, by agreement betweea the brother
hoods and the railroad company.
An Italian recently exploded dynamite
maliciously at Oilman, near Seattle.
Wash. T., and killed four persons. He
was promptly lynched.
Charles Wise and Ned Apstey of Cadil
lac, Mich., walked Into an airhole in the
tco oa the lake the other evening and were
Tue United Stat Supreme Coart has
apheid the constitutionality of the lotr
law holding railroad companies responib!e
for double damige for animals killed, if
tenement be not made in thirty days.
Tnc ijenate in executive session en the j
Tth pasted the Edmunds resolution vtew- I
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European governments in thr cotistractioa
of the Fanaiaa canal. Biackbarc, Hamp
ton and Vance were the only three Sena
tor who voted against the rrAluisoi.
Affairs in lbs House -outre again blocked
for wast of a quarsst.
at ef the State tehee
aad the fellowlag
sill shew the BBSsber ef school
ia each ceaaty aad the aateaat of
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The Xebrn-ka legUlaturu met at noon
on January 1 at Lincoln. Tli'i oath of ofhV
wasailmlriNteren to the Sen itor by (.''ilef Jus
tlce Cobb. Church Iloive wa elected l'reslcb"
pro leui . anil Walter M Scley w.i- elected
chief clerk, ulth Mer. K Utterly anil Icotieru
as assistant-. The organlratlori was eoinpietnl
by cho.lru the following otUcer-: ii 51 WelU,
clerlt of the Committee of tlio Whole. 11 C
Purlclnson, terge:iut-at arms; S. i; llr.int
st.su taut; Her. J. . Tate, haplaln: K. S
Olllespte. doorkeeper; Mr. L. M. Haye-. en
rolling clerk: Miss Ada Olmstead. engrossing
rlcrk; M. K (Setter, postmaster. A reo
lutlon by Mr. Pickett to give each
Senator a clerli met with souie opposition but
was finally udopt-)! by 2ijeas to 11 nays Ad
foiirned . Tne House sra called t order at
noon unit after a Committee on Credential- m
appointed took a recc-s until thrrc o clocU
Upon reassembling the oath of oillce was ad
ministered to memhers Hons. John C Wat
son and Frank White were no Inated for
Speaker, the vote resulting Watson 7n, Whltt
1H, and Mr. Watson was conducted to the chlr
llrad Slaughter and Tom Cool; were tr.-ti
elected chief rler. and first assistant cleric, und
Harnard. of I'awnce. second assistant cleil:
Nettle Worthingtou was elected enrolling
clerk: Mrs. Jennie Holland, rngrossing clerk,
und Itcv. Dillon chaplain. Adjourned.
In tht Senate ou the -1 bills were intro
duced tj enijHiwer nine member of a Jury ti
civil case to agree upon a vrr llct. de.'Inlnt" the
liabilities of ln-urunce dompanlc-: to prevent
the Introduction of armed men into the State
for any purpose. This bill I-. called out ly th"
events conneitril wllh the late 'Q-' strike
when I'inkertnu men were bought to protect
the companv's property . .The House elected
t M. Aiken scrgeant-at-.inn. and after trans
acting unimportant business ivo-lied the Sn
ate in Joint convention for tin; purpo.c of can
vassing the vote cast at the late election. Th
candidates on the Republican ticket were, for
rnnlly declared elected.
THK Senate on the 3d. after routine busi
ness, proceeded in a loJy to the hall of the
House of Ib-prVsentatites to participate in lh'
inaugural ceremonies, und aftT retursln? to lis
chamber wljourncd to January s In the
House a lar.-e number of bills wrro Introduced
(Io"eraor I.'irrah'-e of Iowa,was escorted to th
Speaker's chair and addrvsi 1 the Assenbly
At l.:ti the S-ntc wasrec ht-1 and (Governor
Thayer was formally lnaugurited for u econd
term. When the Joint esi n dlstolved t.c
House adjourned to Januarr ?-
At. Robekts, a G noa gambler, who
had made it his practice to insult ladies,
was recently taken in liniids bv a "com
mittee" of citiz in whostrung hi'n up sev
eral time, nnd only spire 1 lis life on
condition t'ia he leave the country, nhii.ii
he promptly did.
is a ilane hall at Weston th other
night Jo- Waudra becamo en-;ngoii in n
ipiarTuI with Frank an 1 J0V1 Oruey, re
sulting in Fr.i'ik knocking IVandra down,
when John C?mey jutnjiil on him and
stabbed him several time about the hen I
and neck, leaving a mimhr of deep an I
dangerous wound. H'nndra win not ex
pected to live. Tho Ornoy skipped.
Thb State Jrange I', of II., at a reca:
tuswtingat l.'lica. pissed a reau'io: that
"we, regardless of party alTiliat o i. rc
spectfallj request Attrny-(Jnera'
Ieeetoue his authority and infjnc
far the appointment of a farra-r a sec
retary to the Stale Board of Trantporta.
A Gbsklkt Coc.xtt fsrmer mm 7 it
Urasse was recently conv cled at Scotia of
tyiaz bit wife with a ro; nnd beating hrr
shantefally, for which be waa fine i V.')aaJ
810CXC0CSTT farrarshaveaa Albanof.
TaB yoanc sou of Jens Jensen, a fanner
livriaaT flfteea miles north of Onl. met with
a serious accident Ihe other night Whil
retarnlng from Ord oa horsriMick tbbort
stumbled and fell, breaking the boy's leg a
little below the knee,
hay stack near by. wb
night. Wh-n found aezt
lez bad fros-n solid.
EiCRTT members of the Lgislitura
sigaedapKlge to saprort Senator Man-
demon for re-electi in and forward.! it to
ne oeuaior so inat nj m-gnt no. consiur
it necexary to leave Washington to look
altr hi intret p-rt'nally when th
e!-ctiun of Senator com on.
V. I. Bates, a nurtiei man thirtr-flv
ear old. recenMr etcpti from Vatparaio
wun rannie tsrown. a miss 01 nf te-a years.
A Xax was recently arrested on a farra ,
ucar orth Lonn uho is -rorH 11 . Jk '
the murderer cf MIm MeUitaWe Wfait la
Concord, Mas. He profited his iajjo
cence, t ut wat held for idtatificatloo.
A Rsr Srewe ianiJorJ rcniy sl
owed a tramp to t eni the night in
in tie ,
hotel efiice, and next morn -rig si
otel cfSce. and next rowsjig u obliged ;
to settle with a traveling raon for a sris-
tjg overcoat and "jnn,'
Tnasi b nrlar?. in the renon of Toss '
Cody and Mrs. H- Eal-olt -1 d-oghtr. ,
hare been arrested at O alia a- Tiey
S W1IWKW!?. WWT ' BJtWaBsirsU-T.
A. R. 1XIU:, dry-i ivts Osta&a !
was buraw tb osier al;tt, ciaitjr a nrt
V-'Wma B. "
tha X otlatlesta Wl
How His Sft-apieloaa Were At
tae Weamaa's Stipa.atiems
Supicitw Stoppage af the Alleg
Mackiaery ia tat &crel
CntCAlo, Jan. S. A correspondent foi
local paper who has bcn InrntiaU
the electric snsar cae at Milan nnd Aa
Artor says the handxomely fitted hon
recently occupied by Mr. Freuud and th
Howjir.U at th? latter place an bow tie
-erted. The arnval of 'resident Cottrrlt
at Ann Aibor FrJdav create i coaiderab!o
of a tir at Ml'nn 3ir. Freund's father.
Mr. Hoivard, n letvored to borrow iCOM
from two different Rfntlcmcn, ofrering to
RlTe mortgage on the Milan pro;ertv as
eenrity, but a in wantM tbn motier un
tnediitelvt they wern either not uitiins or
noi able to nccommodate htm.
Last ereniiiK Mr. Cottrel;, after -how m
a laaiptr of the -tiar ailesrel to have bten
retinel by Freund' proco. -aid. "Aliout
a month ago thins vvrrr- i dv a tnra
wre could see to make th demon-tratton
which, if Kfttisfactory, ws t wnrfnnt us
In nmvin MrL Frvuml T." () for hur .m.
cret Mr. Howard. Mrs. Freund. tten
father, wi in charfjo of the
lie work.. Tho
excuse for not starting the work a that
the crank shaft wai too weak. It tHk
about a week to remedy this defect. Th
machinery was then started and in two
hours and fifteen minute sixty-two inr
rels of re lined ui;ar were turned out.
'the milt was topiod becailS' as li
clainiei, somo of ttio bearfscs were hot.
Friday and Saturday another run was
made, and sixty-eight barrels of retined
sugar wa the rsulu The -utjnr men in
the country were at tho mill, and rwrv- '
liodv was sutHilud. The Fmund art j
gave as an excuse lor noi goin rigru
on that it wai Uiipoi.ile with the help
thev IiikI tt handle tho vast usutit if
sugar necessary to fcrp the null i-utti,ii;
cteadily, and it would not do tieiplv
men -uitit enough to understand whs?
i.... i.... - ...... i..
." K"iiK " ii" ; ' riuiiriif
Ki ii fiitlrt-lv i-niixaiit.
J Theileiiuinstra'ion ttn-npparentl) nil that
' IV( ll;&il llt.mnti 1.-t t tt It. rifiil u. v.r. mu.
i Dared t;
- --- -- ....,..
to entry out tlio terms of tlifcoti-
ich stiptintil t.nt ?).ts wn- t. '
be depos'te I in Seiv Voile and made pv- I
' nbtMr- Fieutid w hen .heh.nl dixulgod I
1 t':c s,l'r',t of the process. ,
"She was toliav(-.VuUltii.tsi of our M!
in nny thing, i cniie on here nod m t
Mr. Fieundn we k ngo in theullleei'f 1 r
.'ittortiov. JIi's-i . Sawyer .t iCti.-I n.
Mi.-. I reund In-i td tlmt tli ;7niMi bo
lepo-ito I in Jlifiiig.m. Th contra t ml
that tho moii must t deponie-l n Nw
Vork, but ibinlly wo consented to lime t
pined in Mich ga-i. Then sh dem tnll
the fi.O1' in ca-h. 1 rsfu-ed to pay Hit- on
t.io gtound that if i did, tilt depiit be! ig
j in Jlicliigun. the Whole thing wou! I k
hi un.'.r uniius. I sail. However, Hint I
would place tile j.",(sX in the iianil. of
her attorney with th uiid-rst.iinli'ig
Hint Irefore th tiioneywas paid to 31 r-.
Freunil they shou.d -ee tvveuty barrel, of
i Migur turned out mil give me a written
statement that tln latter was produced
from raw sugar by the process, tlio sveret
of which w were n gotmtiug for. This
was Saturday. Mi. Freinid dmurrd
and we Mdjourued t:II Monday. Motid ly
sho wa s.d! unwilling to acrept rtiv prop
osition, wh-reujioii I mad the c-t-h oiT'-r,
10,(M. .ubject t- the tmw condition-.
Mi-. Freun-l then il c ard llttty that h
would :igre to no such con lltlons. I'pou
tin 1 -abl to Iihi : 'Mr. Freunil. po I
may have n gieat deal of conlldeiicn
in you, but now I mut lg tj.at
you anwer one iuostlou. It has ahxavs
been understood that by your process
the rotln-d pioltict is mail direct from
raw sugar It that it fact?' 'I don't cm-
der that a proper tpiestion,' said Jlr.
Freuud. It is eiiiiiicnt'y propiT," 1 mi
HWied. mid must b answered lie'or w
can proo-od' Mr. Fmund hesitated
nwhilenud -aid sh would l.ave tospik to
her attorney privately. I withdraw nid '
after quite awlliiu th attorney Caliie t Ut,
nnd lilagill" my feelings when he .nil
'Will a proce. for tiiniiipulattfig rol!nd
ugsr tto or any ts.uk to you" 'o i
said. W ell, the lst thing you can do is
to gt back to New York.' Mrs. Freiiai
wanted me to stay ano:h-r wek. but 1 a4
lienrd enough and left immfdiatbX'sr
etv oik. I took itobliisou and wv'nt
t- th factory and open d lb sevrsf eom."
Mr. Cottred then related t
discoveries made last Satu
"How do you account for
with ail depending on th
process these rooom were, s
lhan four year, was asked
"llecaus there was urn
in the process, and Ixvau
roeatswers Inted in th contract tha
not to be entered."
now much mun'T taaa paid over te
Ir"n,., . .. s.;AgirrYBr - 4,-nrait. nd,t.r of i.
O, I can t tell you thau--
"As much as fr.WJ."
"Certainly not. Only atut that much
wna sulMCriU'd alt-ge(her."
' For what puqtoae wa many paid to
"To buy machinery with, and ta othr-
wis perfect his p. ant
Mr. Cottreli would not say wh;n h x
pctd to rtuni to 2iw York. As lndi
cati auov n is iook ng tor aornix 17.
.---a ,.- . ..-
"Have you any Idea whr Mr. Freun 1
and Mr. Howard now arV was ak.I. 1
! k amilxl an.l as -1 'Thi' hir. l-f I
..... .. ....-. .. ...,7 ..-..-...
Milan and Michigan. I dl-OTrei whr
they bought their ticket and to what
point, if thy are wlir thos tickvte
would take thsm. I know hr tby ar.'
Victory for Hoatawarr.
I'aats. Jaa. 7 Th lctlon to All the
vacaal seat in th Chamber of pfati
for th drrtruot of Chatnt tak p'ar
s ei tenia y and ruliyl B Tictory fur the
A "fellow ataaT ocr" or LlenUaaat
Ddonl t A. Foryth, recently nt,ac4
by court mart. al for boffnt of duplicate
S lag bis pay, writ as follow: i'oor Saa-
' dy Forsyth! Tc airt tiave I taw bias h
was bing carri-i in a blanket aiilin(. tt
td.r, 1. Ar,.r,
j Tearof tb, w,r mTtll frT.xrsafj-rward. ne
i WM s;fctrl,i.n., ncht-lsd man for a ay
-!,,,,, .,., ,b fl.lL Hi
Indian fight again: ainnt hope odd ;
. Uje.hspsths most Ixtaomn record- Wfcat
af 1 him to tie tnrabJe he has mad ftf
' himself, hi prefs- yenxx w.f, aad b I
J bey. no en who know him can fatlai '
. Thxasada f rple of ry grade pty ;
aim from th ? taa of thair fcr-srt. I i
jjATO irVd wuj, Mis. le-ftt by b- .
,-... u -r- ...- ?.. . r -i.
ant. lot al 'c, o, l-s
if: ftiwlr an Ji I
tier r scd 1-n trwsUe ;
h,wida. oU.y fcaa :
im soul vf ojt. w
zttx Lir tf-ti-ruj-rl h
JLuiaslaordforkia ia fcSsd rgraca, 1
.9 Jr R ! t -. srm je-rii frvh--
w-u. wtai, w ! a"&aler u k it
fc t i y war p us. itsestwf ad
rt)riar tow el F iv a to day. TU .
3&ai 9 icn of a b a- l6.t3d 1
pwaler fc a: s iact ntj & a 1
r'ltil'l' w, rTIT ? ".T"..?
: rT :-rM " ------
",.--.. a. 4... l.Ja' t.atft
ujisioi ia ftsHSjf asa tt
.. . i
tDr th nj i t - -, brt-
r.A ?.--.- .-. wiL-.u we
- ,r -- - - - -SB" '
sieas-' a a.ta a vv-- ay
II ctawte-1 to a J deap-ralr wtmndd.fnai thltU-ald
r he passed th . of IWveny Fcnl; thnex tits I aw hua a
day his injuel Lad iejrfed for duly B erot;a rathse
,l ttrrr, tK. mil. tn th !
rJaa. 1-TW Ot
FracBtx. I. T.
citeateat it la
' ahea: 2M iehahitaata, ia
'Uw. Tha stev0raade.tr
Irene, aad the Vaited Masse
rrac all cititeeseat. This
city is ot
ia with fasiUvas rrasa
j aicht th trovpa sUlloaed
ory recrtved ordr to reasoea
ia the Terr-
who ate now locating claims ia
y of Oklahoma Citr. ljrcll aad
Kiofureraats from Fort
apected to join troop II, Unltst
valry. near Ul:ahoua Cltr, aad
the Mtt.vrs in the ruornltif
i.ht b sappoij-l tho Mho have
oth Trrlory to t-ile anUwful
ion of claims arof th rvtl. ,
and, therrforo. trvubl of a iriou
Is apprvhended at uv moment. A
Ion Utiyti the M)M.erandiudcra
urly xr:vi and ther tar to
e inrniler bav acted very fc-jlUhtr
ak ng thetr move at tht tini. Tho j
ngerbl'. l (wading ami esrn f th.y i
war psrmt:-l torena.n they wvuM gn
riu rtgtit in th- . nt of it. ),.
Tly aro rviileatly a st of adventnrrts
bio do not understand th tcgal status of
the matter and wilt come to grief w.thotily
thjir trouble forthslr pan. Of all th
raid Into OkUhom this U:.t on u th
most foolish atit inejcu.lil.
Wahhixotxix, Jan. .V The authorities!
at the War IVtvirtiurnt iiucrsnlll th
. ttl0T? of " attnupf.1 in
th.Ioii cf Ukla-
"om" ur '"". " '
that prrpiration has bu mad to rp.t
an I pun sh all efforts in that dlrrciicn.
The coiuiuandrrs of Unltnl State troop
I located in nd atxiut ttklahuma ar fu!lv
' Itisttucteii coucernlnc th cour to b
puriiur.1, and are ou th ftlert, although no ,
reprt hav i.u rccivd at th War
Department Indicating in th slightest
any Incursion of "lsom.,, Th djsrt
tuent officials say, howresr, that thv
would lx greatly rt(srd it Conr, at
the present .rxlon, would rttl th Okla
homa lUr, and either throw open th
lanil- to seit.etnent and luuvid a Tern
, torlat (J-'Vrriinient. or pass ucli tans as ,
! wou d detiiitiety deterniin the itt-tnn
of title. Trxip are kept In th tirld at '
, great di-cvtufurl and eipeus an 1 It i not
an agreeable lutj to the army to l hi
war footing ngilnst citlun. and wtmld l
etlrr, eii'lravoting to.t.ert rights nhlch '
th Covernment exiresv ileiiir. and or- '
I dor- t he military authorities to rejnd by
! forv of arms.
Knight r IlM.r an.l t'ul.ot (.! Sllnrr. !
In aa. Illusion Trillir; llir- n I'llrk.!
lltll- -.-irr.t Klllnl.
Sr. i'si u Minn.. Jan . - A .vlal to
the rou-r lVs from hoattle. V. T
savs. Smew New Year's there b lwn
much wrntiglmg hten th Knights of '
I.slwr aid the Miner' t'nlou. two rlsal
Oiganistlots at th llttl coal uiln tig
tonnof Nc-icastlv lchtu mil, from
br. Trunin aro. orcr a Miner.' Unutt
iusr tiog glreti th prfrnes ost a
Knlcbt. Ve.tenlas- ih lCnihl of I-!.r
ln'gau an attack uihu th Minn' Union
A fore of fifty Knights nit thtlgrnph
Illla-si afafliiliiul i .! 1..11 -
" ..: ' f ' salts ". S
s.itiltiiig ih uirti at tli in ns.
lb attacking party afterward hoarded 1
tha nine o'clock train at Nctt. siiionI
with nibs, and luda to Coat rrk At
that iMiititth rvgular fore of th M lii'
Union was nttacs.! by th Knlghta with
ry kind ot nils.il. Th tiam was on a
tietl and omof th leaders wr diitn
and thro .mi off, falling snnty fl or
tnor. They t lien teturnM to .N'waatta,
uiki a,.nuiif-M in 111 r 11 inrr agHiiu
man Iuucnti ilo. was tdlr BBSrd.
jrnelir MUIalKV wa
a filing Ir M -
it.ts, .0 th Mtrnm.'
chter ujton th rtiiou
I n on uw 11 btoucht out their
iiK-nei nr ou tun Knlglit and ! Bit a
tell. Thrir uams ar not thSnwa.
Ih sherllT with a , wnl toTfew.
castl thl n trrnooii analh the Shtla;
very llr h raJIasTfor tha sallttiav
troul 1 i aU.ut Mvsar A train arrived late
last night with ejav corps. froaal f
-ilnc rt-ntmn aad B. H. Crobuf, ef
the Murs' USrToa, who waa Injured, tars
h s Oisjrsaviwt by th bad shot of a
King htaa"A was thaclabbd down with
tue iiihrnd of the fua. Other jtnaped
oa ajai and he Is badly lajarasl. Uthsr
ieacea were Ilk this. Ksact dtalls
re aot aow obtalaebl.
CWy Tiatsa Mas a Waw4al C
Itta reaitaatUey at
slaivsss Crrr. Me, Jea. s. The Tli
of this eity this aseralaaT deeate atvat
ef its calsawe le aa etsaaa of the a!
riagsuiletiaa: lathe sassitaatiary a Laas
a worth, Kaa.. aad aaMisa tha slat,
ateeta ef Loper aad Keller, who were
loratally iaurswted ia fraud. The Tins
says: The scaeat for tha eoat;al aad
liaaiatlen ef th l:U tsad aiia
saessa te aav anaiae! wua ur. raiua
. . .. . .. .. .1
j niim heht "SfT
i Morla t,uutv. Kan. Oriam it i that In
.Vrnilr. lJ. following Marfn'. lc-
n . r,,mor of tl. Mat- f Kan.
as. Ur Krtihn pj.roehd Jain. J;r.
at th tint treasurer of Atrl.t.oti Omnlj.
Kansas, and afw d-inon.tallng t hn
tn larg amount of mony that c4ld t -
Btad oat of th Coal contract, projioard
that Ijmt and bim.!f a;noint lutln
rttr. I. J. K.'Ir. ,
I). . lUrn." Ut'
j tta:rmnt th
Hon. Jam il, mala.
H'asnivoTOV, Jan t.-l-n. Jam ii,
lllain arris'! la Hehigtoo jtrly
aftrno4in, II csa from " i'Mk Mr
Illam ubnilttd to a lrif lntfw last
vnln:. li said h bad eutn te oa s
fKilltlcal busluota. H had com to r
rang with build Io txit j a Vaa o
tnurn proprty aear Deposit r-rei. H
will trilld thl houa to rswil. II td k
woaid b br for a fw day, and last
wben ha lft It would t to go to ladtaa
polls to cavi oa Mr. Harriaoe.
CutCMitn. Jaa. 4. -J T Hrv-k. gaaeral
aoIlciUir of tfa aaylasa raxtrayi.
lives in Halss. O la th eostaty d)nlg '
that la which C"tigJmn MrJCiily
tires. Talking f him ysterdaj k said.
"Mr. MrKinUt d!od with as vfI
wks ago befiv th H;kril flt
ha ! dTi0pJ to say gral ltsi4. If
rl tn n to b tn a ySMli at U tad
regarding ta matter and nt dirJ V
aakv a to. Sgfet for it, K eaa tuni mMar4
to ra ta rsk ut klag fmu sevt k- I
can ow w & '-3-a
K;kr. Tkrr is iggr gawte fa fcl l
th- futar. If k wa,ta Ihrm la aooSce ia
th- wastry a gt t.t t stay j&ot aa
L. mm I1
Laxuva MlcJk..Jx t.Tar ljo
' BagBxat4 ,tia 'Srk yJrSsy
f'rav. A eMfIraW- ymkr 4 kU
addr.s sr t,4 ta tfc t4e4bc j
!'- ?" e J hs frtj
ii-Orwc tast tte at Z a rg
T 4J" l4 t rj 4 rdr Utr i
l to io jnr fcjrssfc jt I
r vi a SticsJ f i-oa l U - cjl I
tei I nv sxijtai aai ot4i:-aa.
Uoar OrstvUtx yrAsi. a. ft..-
wris as 5.st -
1st -ito, it
s- (A rtii.ys a z?i jvaAiVtscy
Jaw, 1 f r t. 4al tWev4.
1 ?4itisv aK tSwaijit ;a ta f alar ti v-f as
wstnaaaviia- i. '
avroaa, bow iiar as a aicaiasw sjtaJBMa'aBSaa' Bw tw tsi
f. Ta fsllela( has
St Us Went etary of Utata
Sjirsfin a ,vr.
Bsar Oataa. rusrr av
Paiava. aim. Ds, ft-s,r- I sar ta
hssassrvsiatana as ttertasat that th o
fttn ad Yaatat am4 a 9t at r
a'ckxk rrstrear awnsbss. IwwK'Bstely a
asacrlETa aVr sal i saor !
fever IS dtpatc l hf U lvprat of
But u cwir Maisir. Mr J r M. TV'si-tus
sl ia r-Zr? him . nuiUf off U tlr sa(B. AS
tt sis.r Urn sUaeatrSes ealrast.! tt
Mattiea Minister. Sir !s5aa ItsSo. t V
York. V Cap'.aia 4jaaf. sr s-t t 0s"
Urfttlm. io KMn iky sifr Wrst n
tae arrival I Mr Thopo I peats ia
stila a letter tUtla- tiwt h cf my
I vtatt. A eeST 4 ltr 'fr,3 "
'Soa4 Searferd A It ta l . as.
aaJ the Uwtf'jrtaUrTttA list
HetxttbJfc? staa tai r. a, T Va'C'r "
U:erJJ Maiw KpsiM tttfUf
br cvat at ta Uas sivtn-l. tl t ?"
tb lUxties sraabr-st slrt R.rier pr-rJ
a4 r Use st.r a la fsrta rits f
to- s ar tf "r ave hr
so h fontulry 4Mrrtra up tl i fc
J.xke.1 tor gl2siltTf fttjaf t- sttr
, -hr p a4 beiaf e!Ur4 t ft -i2 1 '
s fr-aM t tewesl 1 emur artsr U.4
' rt tlr sfter .!. tV tnta Cm f
t narsive tt ia tJnl KlsT a4 IA
j.ct H.p.)tkva trtbs' t H sj U iT..
?o ii ia .atp av t esasMftl i&t ta fs
niurU la rsj ! 1J ta rw ji ta
.. r.- as ta.li!4, Tie acti.u Si t "
ItuVxa irtsrnr)t In ta js-irus l
'orlft io ia? letter Alrrd Us cntr Mlalr.
ilf ,nir,a- -t'7 t "itta t SSTS1U !
tkiMj toarkra It '
' After la ou-irt&g f ta llsitxn Kep-l t
a 6ot m tfe outer Jt-3 Vic Adtair! tlsll
Isrl tooru!i.-rf ta H5 a-s. at ftsf
ninf frota It lutMk. JUrsssJ a ai
tiirs .! ti,lTtta4 up tte MsTUn Kfth4ui
A ropy af lajs (etlrr Is ar.lt UrtM-l
raaiv.j " I tn. not, no U l j?rM;l
sulltat ffrneallT uprX IS rl i-S it
not aMU rrtja f ter tUauur tiia
OMir Uie ittttiea b ta ritrl I
h tir ...araiur- that this "Ut t sa s-.,
t Mestshtl b, aa !!Vr aad J wt
a.- ea SmsoI I UV r t ar usitlt ta r
rvt-l hr tb Atlas Ut usr rrif. a
i m.jrJr!Ji3rf la irsM u it nr
(Jrnitr nf tb tri-l fxMtrvm to aUi as..
i. W oJ.q.lr td.U) Hhtfsit iWtt, I
ha ! t.ll i-an (irorrt! l.ltltti k i
s v.'rj i.hlrat vf l KFtC f II. HI
m -uk.i ul ta Jst.V I trsitt th at
if,:r m5 tufstir rvsWrr-t
Tt' .ar i,; .- : ! 'sattsw 4 iW. .i
a ':$ Vi4a4 m .Mp Kr fe tb fas as
' a mUr t ?. Mt. ,s . . wvia)ia
.klf li a 0.(hUS1 t ta NiSI.fS, shs.t ..
ristl l1 IUjlt 4 ibr rcts ta sh fe.a.i
' et Ilk wpfsMithm 1 rt Hit fe-wtst ittrt
, ri41j 'a vtsfcrr w U'. a4ratu al mM
lsw twr ' if lttk arafr
' tt Hi ijsI i.rt. t- 11 lUM-c.
Of ih r,"Mden tJtlsji br
j Admiral Irfsr th lttr mrkd "liM U lb
i ntot iuisriAnt, as it indl4t tti tta
llajtii (irHtnent i. not ittrld ltH
; ta drt.Mi f th lTlJtsU It U
J xrr rtvM a.srw vv,i.ia fv
sB Fort fm9
-a stl.tr rwt. asisw . ir if s. fssnr
ili'son. first iwss n Uw MwH.s lit
la mssust wl st frW.lMV naasf tatji.awi.
ta Hasta t Us I'sUlM MS. as( Ua
.Mk ml Haiti ta ttostsn.tt fe aWswasl so
t utt U Ue A.iil I hrhMst iMnr
lUit llnMablin. r,i.iuTl la ta ii mt tK
' At tt stu tin. Uttii mss
,),, rrli-iis m hi t-
') -"" ", mb lto"
1 rnl ilk ,"rts'a fm. 11 ,
l swm ll
ura nj dl,Vlaelb-4 MM.hir,t
n'r Vi4jrs ,.
I'llll son, Jan I Last illlg far Iha
first t in Ih "V," "" "ss luiHdby
ltli partirs to ih conttuf t -
tlea'ls uld, ih rsm f tt Bt,a. sssif say-
batasaa safli'ss SLMUm end Vh
. a mtTt of nla rVsaHUala aa aa.lraU
aKrat oa aearly all of th psdnta at
!. and It Is csMB'lanl'y aatKted that a
1 coaifdvtts Bndr(aMdiMg will ! rssKtts-1
this RsornlH(. The sly hllea waa ua
of th ailwor iletaande f Iks
which the (daeiats it, see I
ssaV . u ---l
d.t"A attiae and'th
raatavf atu iiaa
by tee ter
-aBBBBBaw.- a Bv .
ty'satsat ih el4 t
saaa agtia atii a
by Rivlsc tha
waa aaaWs -.
car aad by bar
l-hf th hatchet
tsljr C4,! f4
"B a Baa? ss t.
t a fsto K
rrrrsataaa-, fa., Jea.
Irasaa cf sh I
CaattsUtina. waa la tha.idtjry
taw have aa Barai
frwa saa Ut atwaa. h aldi "Tea tall
rravlt ar stwiaaT arifeh eaatliJatalUa rasJ !
1 it, wib rdi aVasiTawawaav
1 - xi. tt"
Ih am rl-t f rlaiB"lrf nsjl-I
b enforr-! w th d ffit b-
ftttg a r.r bo" dli,' If l .d
Ct r clallilii (( 1 f
likiT I nak It rlilt oT. bat iit-.
f ... mT d tu. Th rlirt-dt fc. d
mrrh In thai dfreH Hfc)n It. last
j j,mr, j-artU'ularlT ta tVlra and fslb.
, y,.tt tu rad. It i iy itptat
J ,,,, rtf itfotm. l-wt I !.. last It aM
).;.r-l.d cradHst ,s. as 1 IVst ml..
rbsf rttd iwll If lkr f sd !
Wliii k-1 ebrmt Ik pfpod jid.
mt of JJ law txnit l-i"li by 1
trunk lift. Jtdg f,-iy V! ' i it t
rthf tttA tf my ! fUy . tsat
)S)tia at ffaawat aa I sj--t u. tk t
rgrd s It tfmtimXty wtlfci) a fw d;.
I tll ay, fcsrw-. tiat I 4 att iMa
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