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BED CLOUD CHIEF
A. C. HOSMEir, Propr Itor.
BEDCLOrP. - - - NEBRASKA.
A family by the name of Rudolph,
consiHting of six persons, have been
suffocated by gas from a defective
stove in Saxony.
Disturbances were recently re
ported at Culebra on the Panama
canal, following a reduction of wages
by one of the contractors.
A man was arrested in Madrid re
cently having in his possession forged
four per cent. Spanish interior debt
bonds to the amount of $500,000.
Prince Bismarck's famous boar
hound, Rcichshund, has died from the
effects of the recent fire near the
Prince's residence. Friedrichsruhe.
The annual convention of the union
of societies for ethical culture opened
at Philadelphia on the 25th. Felix
Adlcr, of New York, was the leading
The Republicans about Chattanooga,
Tenn., have determined to press the
claims of JohnT. Wilder, of that city,
for Secretary of War in General Har
William Ross, collector of the port
of Halifax, X. S., has resigned because
he exceeded his authority in trans
mitting a shipment of fish to Boston
contrary to the claims of Canada.
A meeting of the millers of South
ern Indiana. Kentucky. Tennessee and
States fouth of Tennessee was held at
the Merchants' Exchange, Nashville.
Tenn.. recently and an organization
The State Press Association met re
cently at Madison. Wis. Hon. Murat
Halsted, of the Cincinnati Commercial
Gazette, delivered an address at the
State Capitol on "The Maxims, Mark
ets and Mission of the Press."
Dr. John W. Gibbs, the fever spe
cialist of New York, says that Sulli
van, the pugilist, is nearly dead with a
combination of typhoid and gastric
fever, and that ho can never stand
training in his present condition.
The Union Pacific road has with
drawn its circular announcing a chnngc
in the through rates on corn. This
leaves St. Louis in full possession of
its five-cent differential, and continues
the alleged discrimination against
TnE Army Retiring Board, appointed
to examine Judge Advocate-General
Swuim for retirement, has found him
not incapacitated for active service.
The President has approved the find
ings and tho status of the case remains
The Secretary of War has officially
notified the city of Frankfort. Ky.. that
the old wooden bridgo across the Ken
tucky river at that point niutrt be
raised as it is too low for boats to pass
under. Tho bridge has stood for over
The joint resolution proposing an
amendment to tho Constitution of
Pennsylvania prohibiting the salo or
manufacture of intoxicating liquors
was taken up upon tho third reading
and p.-issed finally by tho House by a
vote of l;J2 to 55. It then went to the
The Supremo Court of Utah has de
cided that Receiver Dyer of tho Mor
mon property must answer questions
by tho examiner regarding corruption,
extortion and wrong-doing, the whole
of these questions being again referred
to tho examiner for a report to be made
With a view of avoiding tho in
fluence of Iterlin on rouble quotations
in St, Petersburg, it has been decided
that tho exchanges shall meet nt eleven
o'clock in tho morning instead of four
o'clock in tho afternoon as at present,
and get business transacted before tho
receipt of Berlin prices.
Samuel M. Felton. president of tho
Pennsylvania Steel Company and ex
president of tho Philadelphia, Wil
mington & Baltimore railway, died at
Baltimore, Md., recently. He was in
strumental in piloting Abraham Lin
coln safely through to his inauguration
at Washington, just previous to the
A West Side street railway con
ductor of Chicago discovered how. to
set back the fare . registers, and man
aged, in tho course of a year, to pay
for a house and lot with his gains.
Then he sold the information to his
fellow conductors for 25 each. One
of his customers has betrayed him and
the company is investgatlng. The
stealings were upwards of $8,000.
A BAXQ&KT was given at theale
at Berlin recently to one hundred per
sons, when all. even to the humblest
officer who had been decorated during
tho past year, were invited. Mayor
.Frockenbeck, however, did not receive
an invitation. This marked slight of
ono who had been decorated by the
Emperor Frederick for services during
the floods was supposed to be due to the
political opinions of the Municipal
Sheriff Hat and posse went to Bull
creek, near Jeficreonville. Ind., early
the other morning, raa the, steamer
Minnie Bay up to old Harrison Ho-
gan's shanty and threw the electric
. light rays upon it. Hogan came oat
V to give battle, but seeing the odds re-
treated inside. Hogan's hired man
begged him to surrender, and the old
f-itkam bared his breast and asked the
sheriff to shoot him. He had bo
friends and had been beaten out of his
wealth and did not wast to be further.
abused. Finally he surrendered. He-
gaji fcad hitherto successfully resisted
arrest, giving battle a number of times
aad putting the cars to flight, though
he i .sweeaty-flve years old. Much
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
OtoWMd by Tstograph and HmJL
In the Senate on Um 22d a ladierons pe
tition m aresenied from a amber of deat
tote asking that a bounty be paid oa each
tooth extracted in order to encourage Ameri
can dentist and afford a better market for
agricultural prodects. The Tariff bill was
then taken up and conalderatioB eontiased.
The debate anally dosed and the
bill panied by S aye to S3 nay, a strict party
vote. Adjourned. ...The House by a vote of
IOC aye to Id naya refuted to take up the con
tested election caw of Smalls vs. Elliott and
went into Committee of the Whole on the
Rirerand Harbor MIL When the committee
rone the Hoase adjourned.
In the Seaate on the 23d committees
reported and the concurrent resolution for
eoeatlag the eleetotal vote was taken up and
passed. The bill for the relief of the State
National Dank of Louisiana caused Quite a de
bate, but finally passes On motion of Senator
Frye the Pacific Railroad Funding bill was
given precedence over other special orders. So
other business or importance was transacted
before adjournment Immediately after the
reading of the Journal the House went into
Committee of the Whole oa the Sundry Civil
bill, debate on which continued at great length.
When the committee rose the House adjourned.
Whes the Senate met on the 24th a mes
sage was received from the House announcing
the sudden death of Representative Uurnes, of
Mtssowi. and the passage of a concurrent reso
lution appointing three Senators and seven
Representatives to attend the funeral. The
resolution was concurred In. and Senators Vest,
Coke and Culloun (Senator Teller afterward
substituted for Cullom) appointed oa the com
mittee, and the Senate adjourned.... In the
House Mr. Dockery announced the death of
Hon. James N. Humes and offered resolutions
of respects which were adopted, and the House
adjourned. (The committee oa the part of the
House consisted of Representatives Sayers.
Morrill, Mansur, Wade, Bynutn, Stone and
Iff the Senate on the 25th the Consular
and Diplomatic AppropriaUon bill was reported
from the committee by Serntor Hale. On mo
tion of Senator AH Inaa the Seaate insisted on
its amendment to the Tariff bill (being the Sen
ate substitute for the House bill) and linked for
a conference. A bill passed Increasing the max
imum of international money orders from J50 to
HA). The' Pension Appropriation bill and Mili
tary Academy bill were also passed. The
l. ill declaring traMs unlawful was then
taken up. considered and o Me red printed with
amendments. The bill to provide for the sale
of lands allotted to certain Hlark Hob Indian,
and the bill to authorize the conveyance of cer
tain ubscntcc Shawneu Indian lands In Kansas
passed Thirty pension bills passed. Adjourned
until Monday In the House the Army
Appropriation bill was reported and the House
went Into Committee or the Whole on tho Sun
dry Civil bill, which was considered until re
cess. At the evening session twenty-nine pen
sion bills passed.
Thk Kenato was not in set Hon on the
SCth. .. .The Speaker laid before the House the
Mills Tariff bill with the Senate substitute,
therefor, together with the request or the Sen
nte for a conference. Mr. Reed (Me ) moved to
concur in the Senate substitute. Mr. McMillin
(Tenn.) raised the point of order that the sub
stitute must first be considered in Committee
of the Whole, and Mr. Mills (Tex.) the point
that it must be referred to the Committee on
Ways and Means. A long discussion followed
and tho bill was Anally referred to the Ways
and Means Committee. The Ford Immigration
report was recommitted. After passing the
Joint resolution appropriating avo.ioa to the
legal representatives of James B. Kads the
House In Committee of the Whole, considered
the Sundry Civil bill until adjournment.
PKKSOXAI. AND PUUTICAI.
Coxgbkssman Buhnk.s, of the Fourth
district of Missouri, was stricken with
paralysis on the floor of the House at
Washington on the afternoon of the 23d
and died soon after midnight nt Willard'n
Hotel. His health had been failing for a
W. D. VA8nmJB.N was eloctod Senator
bj- the Minnesota Legislature on Hit 1M I,
notwithstanding iliares of corruption nun
lribery in manipulating tho Ilepulilicnn
caucus, tho invesiiHtinjr committee do
caring thnt improper influences had not
been used by Washburn or his opponent,
Thk Spanish Government has issued a
decree granting amnesty to nil press and
political offenders, including the soldiers
who took part in the rising in Madrid in
Thk Cznrina of Russia is affected with n
kind of palsy which tiegau nt tho Ilorki
ruilrond wreck and has been steadily
A MKKTiNfl of the National Council of
the National Union League lias ltocii called
at Washington, March 'J, for tho pin po
of strengthening the Republican party,
especially in the South.
Thk Loid Mayor of London gave n ban
quet on the 24th in honor of Mr. 1'heips,
tho United States Minister. There ww
259 guests, including Lord Ro.-elrry,
Lord Salisbury, I.onl Coleridge, Sir Janus
Ferguson and many other literary and
Rwrkhentative SmiMtrR, chairman
of the Committee on Teiritories, has re
ported another omnibus bill providing an
enabling act for the ndmission into the
Union of tho Territories of Arizona, Wyo
ming and Idaho.
Charles K. Shepard, the noted book
publisher of llostou, Mass., died recently
ged sixty year.
RET. BoTB VlKCEST wns conseorated
as assistantrYptestant Episcopal Bishop
of Ohio sMsMnaeti m tho 29th.
la the Indiana Senate the Democrats
unseated Carpenter, Republican, because
of charges of bribery. His opponent was
not given the place.
On the reassembling of the Texas Elect
oral Col lego severe criticisms were made
on the action of Senator lagalls in reject
ing the arst returns seat to Washington
because of alleged informality. The re
turns, however, were amended and for
warded. The London Tim-s says: "Englishman
will be curious to know the exact value
of Prince Bismarck's assertion that Ger
many is absolutely at one with England
in regard 'to Samoa." It Is dlSeult to be
lieve that England has given any kiad of
approval to the deportment of Malietoa or
the German Intervention between Tarn
aaeee and Malfetoa's partisans. M
Ax engagement took place at Par as
Balam receatly. resetting ia the defeat ef
the Arabs, many of whom were killed.
During the fight the First Lieetenant of
the German war ship Sophie was killed
by a sunstroke. The defeat ef'the Arab
reaeered the position of the captured mis
sionaries still sMYMgeieae?
Tm momentous election la Paris ea the
27lh went In favor of General Boalaager.
He'defeated the Government candidate by
a plurality of $1,350. A Cabinet crisis fol
lowed and much aaeasiaess prevailed as
to what would come next.
BcTTrawoRTH was denounced at a meet
tag held In Arbeiter Hall. Cincinnati, for
his recent speech in Congress regarding
the ase of steam presses in the Bureau of
Engraving and Prlntlsg.
GtskBAL Rooeb Joxes, Inspector-General
of the army, who was recently ap
pointed to succeed General Baird. retired
under operation of law, died at Fortress
Xbaroc, Va., ea the 2sth,
Tans Pailman Palace Car Company has
absorbed the Union Palace Car Company,
which had absorbed the Wagner Com
paBr. iThe only other palace car company
beside the Pullman is the Wagaer, which
raaa ea Us Vaaderbilt lines.
Tn aaniversary cf the Polish emeete of
lMSwas obeerred la Poland ea the 9U
with aamerous baaaaecs at which hopes
for the fahare freedom ef Pelaad were ea
r's sett for libel against the Xew
-Wocks of letters prior te the
Two taoasaad tern ef gaaao wag last
at Savannah, Oa. the ether day by Um
catlaps) of the wharf freight sheds.
Tax steel plan ef the Glasgow Iron
Compear, of Pottatowa, Pa has been
closed dowa for good because of lack of
demand for the kiad of steel made.
T British steamship Erin has been
abandoned off Cape Hatteras with a shaft
broken. The crew was leaded at New
port News. Va.
Mas. Lotf WaioaTT. a married woman,
was whipped by Waitccaps the other
aight la Monroe County, Ind.
Junes Wilms, of the circuit coart at
Geneva, I1L, has refused to grant a new
trial to Baaereisen. the alleged Chicago,
Burlington fc Qaincy dynamiter who was
recently found gailty and sentenced to
two years in the penitentiary.
A sssaaTlox has been created through
out Holland by a pamphlet by Tindal en
titled, Tbe Netherlands in Danger." The
author condemns the country's defensive
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organization on both land and sea, and
w ,.,--, -tu. jmmttj mm
Thk remains of lima dt Murska, the
prima donna, have been cremated in
Sevkx Mormons of St. John. Arir have
b?cn arrested on account of timber frauds
and three because of laud frauds. The
Mormons who control the region were
The other night an explosion occurred
in slope o. 24 at Nanticoke, near Wilkes
barre. Pa., where a gang of engineers
were at work making surveys. P. S.
Sharsus, one of the engineers, was blown
to pieces and Chet Owens, another, wai
instantly killed, and John Williams, a
third was fatally burned. Several other
were more or less seriously burned.
Jdooe Brewer, of the United States
Circuit Court has relegated to the State
courts the suits brought by the Rock Is
land and other railroads to test the validity
of the Railroad law passed by the last
General Assembly of Iowa.
An English missionary named Brooks
and sixteen of his followers have been
murdered near Sedaani by members of
the coast tribes and natives of Zanzibar.
The feather manufacturing firms of
New York locked out their girls, number
ing W0, on the 2.1th.
IT is stated that the soldiers have once
more cleared Oklahoma of "boomers."
The last ''round-up" numbered 5,XW per
sons. The Canadian Government has issued
orders to nil the collectors of customs to
suspend the issuing of further licenses to
fishermen under the modus Vivendi.
Dukino a gale through which the steam
er Amalfi, which arrived at New York re
cently from Hamburg passed, three per
sons had limbs broken and other damage
Four thousand coal miners in and
alout Shenandoah, Pa., have been thrown
out of work by the shutting down of col
lieries because of overstocked markets.
The principal cashier of the National
Bank Agency at Bologna, Italy, has ab
sconded, havitig embezzled SlbO.OX).
Business failures (Dun's rert) for the
seven days ended January 24 numbered
:H2, compared with 387 the previous week
and 2C!) the corresponding week of last
Counsel from New York and Philadel
phia, representing unnamed parties, pre
sented a petition to the State's Attorney
General at Richmond, Va, asking for a
writ of quo warranto against the Rich
mond & West Point Terminal Company
for the purpose of forfeiting its franchises.
Business on tho London Exchange was
fairly active for the week ended January
20. American railroad securities continued
depressed. The German Bourses were
quiet, with prices a fraction better. The
1'aris Bourse was fiat, due to the election.
Clkari.no bouse, returns for the week
tided January 2d showed an nverago in-rr-a.o
of 17.7 o in pared with the corre
sponding week of 'at year. In New York
the increase was 1H 'J.
In Oloihorpe, G t., recently, four small
children f Mary Porter, colored, were
burned to death while left alone in their
house by their mother.
Hknrt S. Ivks nnd George Stnynerwere
arrested at New York recently on an ordr
issued by Judge O'Brien of tho Supreme
Court, in the suit of the Cincinnati, Hamil
ton & Dayton Railroad Coinpniiy. Tho
bail in each casp was llxed at $2.10.(.
' While the White Star steamer Republic
was lying fast to her dock at New York
recently some, accident occurred which
caused tho boiler room to be tilled with
steam and nil tho engineers and firemen
were scalded, some of them ssriously. U
wns thought that all would recover with the
possible exception of two whose lungs
wre injured by inhaling the steam.
Under an escort of police Deacon
Richardson's Company started a salt
spnngling wagon on the street car line at
Brooklyn. N. V.. on the 27th. A howling
mob followed and an officer received au
ugly scalp wosnd.
8enator Vance has bad one of his eyes
removed by surgeons. He had been suf
fering severely for some time, and the
physicians l;nd not been able to ascertain
the direct cause of the trouble, which took
the form of a separation of the retina from
the ball of the eye.
Representative Stosb. of Missouri, has
introduced a resolution for the assembling
of Congress in New York City on the cen
tennial of Washington's inauguratius.
The advertising "bargain" swindler at
St. I'anl, Minn., bes been arrested. He is
an old offender named Arthur Pomeroy,
nnd is well known as a crook in Chicago,
Spriugfield. Mo , and Cedar Rapids. Iowa.
Mrs. Hannah Burrows, of Philadel
phia, who stabbed and killed her husband
ia August last while he was lying in bed,
has been sentenced to be hanged.
At a school house nesr Williamsburg,
O , the other night, while a crowd of peo
ple were passing out from the building, s
mischievous boy pelted the bell rop and
by some means the bell fell la front of tht
house on the crowd below, killing Wil
liam Wacke end seriously injuring G. W
Mount and Sperr Kid.
The Rockport and Caaaelton aceom
modation train, on the Loaisrills, Evans
ville et Ht Loais railroad, wee throwe
from the track the ether morning between
Liacoln City and Cbrisaey, lad. Then
were thirty-six passengers la the coach,
and all were well shaken ep, eat Beat
Tax President has commuted te fv
years aad six months the sentence ot
James D. Fish, former! r president ef th
Marine National Bank, ef New York.
who was convicted In April. ISS, of mis
applying the funds of that bank aad sen
tenced June 37, lfi, to tea years' im
prisonment ia the State prisoa at Aebera,
SxvxaAt. levees thirty or forty miles
above SUreveporr, La., are reported tc
have given way. causing the submerging
of a large fract of country. All low land
on the Retl river not pro:ected by levees
are under water.
Trerx is a tight existing between Gov
ernor Church, of Dakota, aad the Tern
tons i Legislature. it ail tares oa
the appointments foritae next two yeirt.
and the Legislature being Repeal teas
wishes to preTeat the appointment being
made by the present Deasocra tic Governor.
Tax latest Cabinet slate at WashJagtoa
is this: Btaineecretarr of State: AUi-
8eeretary ef the Treasury: Kaaa-
-, Fostmaster-Geaeral; Alger. Mich
igan, Seeretary of War; Etee, CeikTeraia,
Secretary ef the Interior, with a miner
puts for acme Xew Yorker, net Milter e
Tarn Dralomatie Asyrowriatiow htt eras
KKBUASKA STATE NEWS.
BILLS introluced in the Senate on the
fist: Making an assault with a deadly weapon
constitute a felony, ceding to the Government
Jurisdiction oter Fort Kobinton and Fort Nio
brara reservations, limiting application or the
reform school Ian- to children under sixteen
years; allowing district Judges to onl.:r jurors to
appear when needed, extending to January lW
thepayment of notes given for school lag ds on
payment of interest and taxes in lull .. In the
House tho Judiciary Committee r.-pjrtcd a sub
stitute for the Mechanic's Lien bill. A bill was
introduced to regulate banks and baaltlnir. and
another creatine the once of Brigadier-General
and ctlef of U2. Several bill amending ex
isting statutes pa-sed. Hills oo flic were con
sidered m Committee of tne Who'.e nod the
Ix the Senate on the 22d
a lively debate I
ilt rernoiing the '
sook piace on 3ir. HecKley s bill reuiouutr
limit or -.no il.im.isvs upon the lite of a man
killed through the negligence or his employers.
. " uuoiij i:ui over. Jims were miro-
aucedto p femilIe Ux paver to vote on
The bill finally went over. Hills were Intro-
pmpoMuons to expenu money: to tax aining
and sleeping cars, limiting the Senate to iorty
em! the Hou-v to fifty cmp.oe: empowering
i nin Jurors out of twelve to tln.i a verdict in
I clvl1 actions, and a few other bills. Mr Ilobm-
I oa s Aimrncy i-ee Dili lor foreclosure or mort
gmres occasioned a ions wramjlo and was
finally U!!ed. ..In th- Hou many petitions
In favor of submitting it Prohibitory amend
raeciwerepre-ented. Among the bill offered
was one by Mr Yutzy confcrln- municipal
suffrage on women. The bill reulrlnit all p.ir
ties owning or occupying laud to destroy nox
ious weeds :as favorably reported. The Gov
ernor sent a special messa?e adwslntf the Leg
islature to provide for sending a delegation to
the Iari Kzposition. Millard's Anti-Trust bill
was recommended for nass&ce by the Commit
tee of the Whole Adjourned.
A sharp debate took place In the Senate on'
th! Ski upon the committee report rvcotnmend
ing the mdetinite postponement of to bills
prefMIng fur an elective Kallroad Commission. .
The, rejort was rejected. Mr Keckler' bill
removtag the t'j, limit of damans for a man
ktUSJHrouch the actionable, neyllernce of bis
enspser. w considered in Committee of the
Whole the amount rals-il to K.UM and the bill
recommocded for passage . In the House the
bill exempting invalids nnd disabled penslone s
from paving poll tax was favorably reported.
The House went into Cutmltt-e of the
Whole to consider Mcllride's Mil. tnakliiK '
septemtur i a legal holiday, to l.e known as
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with instruction! The Committee on C-Us'i-tullonal
Anicudineuts riiorted on the Pro
hibition Submission blli. recommending that a
committee of :le be appointed to visit low a
and see tho practical workings o( prohibition.
A minority reported in faxorof the pavsare of
the bill. The Spen'cer ruled that the majority
wport was in the nature of u rejuct, und af
ter a long illsoii-slon the request as denied. A
resolution by Mr HrinU that tho co mlttcc re
port the Mil back by Thursday morning was '
adopted by a ote of T," to . UI1U were re id I
a second time, committees reported and the
The Senatu spent most of the morninS
session on thei'lthlnurangllngovertwo special '
reports that had been called for. Senator
Lindsay s bill for subiuittl.-ig a prohibitory
amendment was reported from the committee
with a recommendation that It pass. A minority
report was presented. The Senate considered
the bill In Committee of the Whole It finally
went over. At the afternoon session the Connell
bill for the Investment of the school fund In
school district bonds was rccommesded
for passage in Committee of the Whole, also
Mr. Ilaymond's bill for an electoral Kallroad
Commission ...The morning session of tho
House was largely takrn up tn rc;xrts of com
mittees. The bill to punish the unauthorized
wearing of the rosette of the Legion of Honor
passed. The remainder of the forenoon was
aken up by tho consideration or bills tn Com
mittee of the Whole. At the afternoon ses
sion committees reported anil bills werecotisld
ered in Committee of the Whole. Adjourned.
The Senate was only in session aUnit an
hour on the i..Mh and transacted but littlf bus!
ness... The House also had only a brief es
s!on Mr Christy, of Clay. Introduced a bill to
establish a house of correition. Mr. Hitngate, a
bill to Mnend the law incoiporatfng metropoli
tan cities, and Mr McMillan, to prescribe com
penatlon for county clerk In counties of Tii.km
inhabitants. The Lindsay Submission bill was
r ad a first time and the House adjourned until
Monday, tho 1Mb, at two o'clock.
IN the Senate on the 2.Vh the bill raising
the limit of damage for a person killed I y the
negligence of nn tra)lojer to G n passed
unanimously. Thj bid was passed to iermit tho
Investment of the pern anent school fund in
school district funds 1 hit rest of the morning
session was devoted to discussion of th AntI
fooling bill. At the afternoon t.cson Mr Lind
say's Submission bill wa deb ited at length and J
finally passed by '.'I toll .. In the House a pe- '
tttlon was presented from citlr-isof I.iuraster '
in favor of Mibmisslou Committees rriirtrd '
on :i large numler of bills. Th" bill repeating
the section of the statute- rrovlllrig foram-!
lienstonof theherd law was sjlscussed at great i tn",Ua,lal ejtjMinse to the coinpnny
length and finally passed over. In Committee j for no udditionnt servic. 31!.Viyi);
of the Whole the Mechanics I.len law was re- tlmt tli compiiiy should so iinel
commended for the passage. ( ffy ils regutttioiis "concerning bottlers.
J changers nnd towtiovs as to lessen thMr
SHaceliaiieoiia. work and shorten their hours of Saturday
A late Lincoln d:spat''h state 1 that a i labor, (add tioual eip"ii.n to couip-iuv,
man who has ben next to the (iovernor j s'.i.taLQ.',); that the coinosiiy should regnrd
In olllcial position has definite Information i eight hours 'nNiron Sunday ns a fulidnv'
that John W. Thurston is to have a pvsl- , woik with a lull day's par. (additional
tion In Harrison's Cabinet. J expn to compsny, J7 (s7 13); that the
1'I.ASS for the Grand Island beet sugnr ( company make additional provision for
factory are nearly completed. The build- switching car, caring for stoves, etc.. nd
ing will cover more than two ncres of : ditlonol "ijiiso to the conifiany 4.i,l It
pronnd. nnd. with fhi mar-lilriMrs. ur.ll . is scarce. V necessary to snv w hat ll.- out.
cost not less than X),w.0. ' I
THE citizens of Tender want their town !
to lie the county sent of a new countr and '
have sent n deb-cation to Lincoln to arcs '
the iwssage of a bill creating a county to
b called Blackbird.
DcRi.vr; a recent fight at A'ex-tndrie b
twoen Elsie McPheron and John Iince,
the former was stabb'-l twic and almost
fatally injured. Lance was arrested.
FiiEPARATio.NH are being made for the
June races at (.rand Island, and purtes
aggregating H V.) will be offered.
The new Masonic hall at Fremont wiil
be dedicate,! on Washington's blrthdav,
FaanKRicK Drtrrscn. a farmer livinc
near Talmage. recently droptd dead !
while working in his barn. Heart disease 1
was the cause.
A MtTTEn mailed at Avr one
Ms Loc Korea, one of the heroines of I
Iteslt' Vaaaate'ei 1st knrwsa .! ! ea.sssv . J " -
J sfc-aaas at sviia-l t IS HWW SlIlsTUslIU,, ,Vl
aell College, at Mount Vernon, Iowa She
has discarded crutches and walks with the
almost ease on her artiflcial limbs.
It is estimated that it will take JLM0 te
run Keith County durlnr the current year.
Wofcvsa are said to be oa the ia crease
every year ia Nance County, and there is
talk of raising the bounty om seal pa.
Fob breaking into a store-hoes aad
stealing 3 bethels of com W. H. Hall
aad Herman Brewster, of Stock weiL have
eavssse ee. assassaae ae w esvia . est -r a, aaam sb
been bound over for trial to the district I
oonrt. Both are young mea and Brvw tr
was ssarrie-l just before Christmas.
A 5EW town, significantly calie-i Harts
horn, has beoa laid oet ou the farm ef HL
Hart, twelve miles south of I'oaca, ia
Joaa M. C. Cesar, oa cf the l-edlng
dry goeds merchant of Scbayler, has
filled. The liabilities are about (ia.9ek
The ast are nearly th a a raa.
IrcrjjJG the month of r-efnter the towa
f Gresaass shipped i.?01.T poands ef
freirht, psyisg charges to the aasoo&t of
fliSXSi for traasportaUoo.
The third anaaal aseeuag of the 7e
ttfaska rkat M Tiers' Associatioa was re
ceatly hell ar Llacola. There was a large
reprwseaUtloa present. C C Wtite was
eaealroossly re-e:ectel preetdeat aad
D. H. Harris, of R-caett, was re-elected
secretary aad tr asoier.
Tax had boys of York are kariagahard
fuse of it. Oa has beea s-at to Uil for
BTesaaUas; (las ta vacant eoaeasv
ia coaasssaiat far ateaSax.
to work. levsJias; the coert
has just reached the man to whom it was 7 '. ". 7 ." " "-Jje.eT.,.7 , .....-... ... .,.. H,. ,. ng9 -oa , ,- . ... wi
addressed at Hastings. It had been Ivlnc h'n !? rr'' - . dt.M- . .! k. -a. In favor of rWmg th- i :ed by u. rivt
in the dead letter office for see'eral i ,l,,0l ?"' J. It can man its right of auffrag. or-en -oaea. vTMer,
..A.a. "cars intwo.Uys If It has proper police lorg-ly Instramentet in Uioain- I ,
WaWSlSe sW aaTs-a
save .-sorssHx aaarsaai receauy ftTsasst I reeyesi
tawee araipi afoa twefe- sensaksi te leave I atetheare
savsra, tssaassaa tawar rvsraie wiats lee I 51"
III f nSssJw.e.J ssjSS, r. !- r '"' ' " lgT)TB1
" a .earn saass I eeaav t -jaVaaaaaJ
IU0T IX BROOKLYN.
Thousands of Anjrry Men
tho Police and New Em
ployee Of the Richardson Street Car Mart
Many Hart, Bat So Oae Se-
Tha Ccxpxny Xita a Stat;mnt-Tet
Died Stiblemaa a M-rab-sr cf tie Ad
New or.K. Jan. SL Henry W. Adams.
who nas killed at the Atlantic avenue car
stables Saturday night, was a descendant
of the famous Adams family of Mas
sachusetts His father. Charge Adams,
, i .. ,,.- ..-.i 7
iuumit-u ikp .irn illivrn j ailSU UIU. ami
th.r.l ,,,.! t i.,-.,.i-. t..,.
tflttlrtr- Altri Tri. .La...l u - .. .It
r; ! ttiui-s. a iiv- uvvvaTUj - t recti
sejlilrrn.! rTiin fful 1 ir rVtis- - . !.,!
leniiv.ngwilhhl.bnther'.in.law. J W. , M'U.u.h the offense ag.ln.t her .over
WhWk of llroklvn. For the past 'ry every .t-p of the prsdg -ad.
. .ii"i-i .. t to ouo end the cotnpcSliuc th offf nuer o
twelve months h had had no work and I uic"" ..ni.a.
., . ... . pav a tetjniarr tin br way of tunisa-
wa- on the point of negotiating fora Iw-ith ' , , .. ' .. m
,- . - ... . ..- .-i Z. . i . . m-nt fur the ofTens. 1 hough this case 1
on a sea-going essel when tho atlvrrtise- . , , . . . ., .. .,
.... . . ,i .. .j . . .. not precisely in iKMtit, set the tnnory u
ment for . 0 Americans to operate the . ' , ., . ..hi
.i i ,...i,,...i.. li n
timi'iiii limn. irnuriiL ..Tr- ill. .. m
cepttsl and wa- given wurk watering and
fei-iling the horses.
I The three prisoners charged with throw
i ing huu to his death werearraigned yes
torday and were held upon thU attldavlt
msde by Detective Powers: ''I was de
tailed totnuk.i an iures'igation as to bow
. the deceased, Adams, came to his death.
I learned bv my investigation that the di.
ceased came ta his death by the bauds of
John Collier, Morr.s Stensou nnd Kit win
lirahnui. they having deliberately entered
the stn!il"s on the above mentiotieil strent
and took the ileeeased and threw htm fr,tn
a window to the idenalk telow, where
his Isnty was foilntl. The depouvut fur
ther savs that he has prutuible cnuto to
U.jve that one John Schumacher is nl
,,..,... fn ii1M . Mi.rl.ii n. I... vi.. ,!.-
wntc' in m and ailowi-d them to enter the
I Nuiv York. Jan. .'.. At four o'clock
1 yesterduy nfleruooti tvso ik1ico patrol
' wngin-i rolled out I rmn th Atlnntic Rail
way Compauv's stabl- on Atlantic
1 ntte ni'itr Third avenue. In rnch wne
iiiirieen poiicuincu ami ei;;nt tu-vs- em
ployes of tho company, who em to t
taken toother stables. Twenty uu utited
policemen forme. 1 an escort. A largn
crowd gatheied about the stable mid
then the "ll gun started; the crowd
beciini'i a iuol howling and swearing and
throwing Atones at the I oliceiiien nnd
their charge. Tlin wagon and liorsriu-n
pressed biiskly on, the mob tolbiMing
mid gaining in utiinlK-rs and fury
, every minute. Finally the procession
was linltisl on 1 wentv-thml stn-et,
near th'i stables, several thousand angry
men btockiug the way. From the strnts.
windows and housetops atones, club nud
brickbats nhowered tip it tho policfm-n
and treinb.lug employes. S-rgennt
Johnson nnd Cole, who commando l the
mounted ollicers, ordered their men to
chnige. anil the u.ids advanced on the
gallop not iiullke Kiiadrous of cnvnlry.
The iillicer iiseil tticir clubs tTectie.y,
and at live o'clock the employes that were
butng transferred were safely lodged in
the stabb ,s They were w.witi-d to tnke
caKM.f the horses which had Uen siiiTrr
ing frmii tieglm-t owing to the lack of
ludii. Maiiv itotvrs were struck bv clubs
i and th living missiles nnd several
M) i, -
men were hit, but nobody so far as known
wns severely iiijureu. ; art forth that th- I dian Territorv I an
'1 ho company whose ma Is r tied up anomilv In th t' il e.l Sale., and Its
yesterday Issued a statement to th pub- j ,Mliioil and trll.il s aus re si ob.tg.ie
lie, in which referring to the death of tion to cullistton nn I d-tr.in.triia,l to th
Adnms. tbe.e words wcur; "You (the Indian, rend.'iiug their laud ten
public) ought to !m reminded that the mnn MIO insecure and thir cnd -who
life wns aacrillcedw a engaged, not : t:ou one of semi b-irl.srlty The
in nn effort to start near, hut in keeping c"untrv i an asylum lur c Imlnat.
starvation from the stalls of hungry of ery k-nd. whose dee.1. of
lioises. crime end vio'ence make us nam
The esict demand of tho strikers and ,Vword and re,,r..rh. and th- Indians
the non-nbilitv of tlm road to comply are I nre the vlrtima of designing whiles csrry
innde public in the compart; s sialemert j ing with them tb" vice vsithwit th- ir
thus: -The demands substantially w-: tues of their ctvibis.ti.in The m-morlal
Thnt the company should pny for six trip . further -ts forth the n-se-.itv for the ..
whnt u 1",,, P"vlouslv paid for snr(
fay of nn ndilitional .V!.lrMi with non-- j
res, ending return. wwU d entnlL Svsotn !
x-vtrt "" b the State authorities b. j
lut-ly establish this proposition To
yi-" " "i-mamis woni.i le to ilellUr
Aljilir Invito h.nrf .lb., r ,.,! I ..1 , . I
i Thrrewas no alternative. 1'ialnlr elated,
that is the sitnat on. The KmghU said
! 'stand and deliet: the company refused
j to deliver."
, Duri ts the whole of yesterday app I-
ant for work ou the tied-up line were '
beaten by striker or sympathizer and
I the trnck obstructeL During the night
i the cover piates on the automatic switch -,
at the corner ot Atlantic and Fifth avenue,
i were carried awr. but whether by trik-
i ers or not is no known.
. . i
The strikers e'e demanding of the KJ.
way umtnitiion and of Oovernor Hill f
I that the company's charters 1-annuiied. j
DlMrel the riesHas-a.
Kasrivoto v. Jan. sa. The 1're.bleet. re
the recomuieadatioti of the fwerreteryof
the 5ary. haa disapproved tee ladings of
the aaval esejainiac teaar 4 aad th- naval
retiring heard ia tee case of Asistaat
Fay saaster Jacob D. Doyle, v.tks viawte
taviag th- case farther ernlie-l.
A fsrobleas that et a fiance seenss
sasy. eppeexed receatly la a Mslae tear
aaL aad (. as follows: Tak the a amber
U - Multiply It by Itself aad yoe have 3
Thee multiply S3 hy Itself. Then mats!
pJv thatprrelact by Itself sal soon antl
f tteea pr-sJucts have been saaiuplled by
taemeeirea ia tara. Th- q?otie areaaer
considerable interest aasng lawyers is)
Fortland. and their b-.t mataemetciaa.
eft-r sTxuggllag wKh the ervUsva lsac J
enough to e haw ssach labor was ee
tal.ed in the sswetlea, saade the fsiwwiag
dueoeragtag report spea llz ae Caad
prs4art call for crjtstaie. ,i arsre, "
th Srt of which are
-i are 1 It Ailsifne-1
three figure tn aa
be otr X.AC5 fes-t
the oswraUoa roJ4 repair about VAjuni.
) ga-sresv If ther raa tea aaauie mi tt t
r! f l!l) S aisile S fTr)m WKtisg Ka j
boars a dav for ajr) days ia each year j
woatd be tw'eety-sMglH years aboet It. If.
ra maltifdylac, he sha!d mm trrrclj
rrpaers. aa k eos-s ia ether Sreraa. tieiiT
aasaher f igsrse a4 srresid be ssore
tiaa -VS"s23. Tkat woald bataeve.
cie naaUier u Scares need if the froSe
eftae esft ha-ri age-re Hs each st-tiaiasaati
by eevea tgare ef tee
.'s4ir wee al-
ys a etagla Scare; test, a It at
I the tsa-eaWae reaall
artHed. Aseeamg taavt
ie aeed ess aa r
' v -v sBteifirrsaaaais'iseeaiasave-svB iett s . a . s ay-avi 1 m. m m sast at, - a mm. - m . si a. a m m m mm .-7 .
THE IOWA RAILROAD
iBjMavwwa ! the
Melt t the Male Csterts.
Pa Moists. Iowa. Jan. Sk I-sl
mer the jabbers of thin vicinity ewugat a
aumber of suits ia the district court of
this county against the llock Island and
otfear rcsik for all! violation of the
Railroad, law passed by the tart General
Assembly. The counsel for we roau as
one took the peper from the locel court
to the United Ktatee Circuit Court, elteg
lng that It wras the proper court of Juris
diction, chiefly for the reesoa tJJbnt the
suit wre not criminal bet ctvit ft their
nalurvaad invoivnl amounts to the value
of a.0UO and upward. They were ec
cordingtv catered oa tie. bet the At
tornry-Generat at one ppare4 aad
movvit that thjr be tmanded to the Hiale
curt, insisting that they were of a crim
inal nature and that the Stele court there
fore had Jurisdiction.
Judg ltrrwr. of the Unlt4 MteUa Cir
cuit Curt. ha now irmandd th- cse to
I , " ,CO"
" la his d
the couit from which thy wn tau.
c on he dlcusU atoin lngth I
.. . ... , , ., Th. l.t ill
the nature f thl. leg .Ution. The gist of
Itlscoota.nel ntheMlomgrtrac: m
k , . t .
unii iue ii, ins niinrinis n'iii'vim"-
the decision, ia atltlcable here, and
must le adjudged that in tho opinion o
thi Suptrtne Court of the United Slates
, th ultimate authority tn questions of this
' kind an action to en orcea penalty, what
. aver mar be lis form, is one of a erica
) inal nature. 1 have given the subject long
' and xst!nt esam nation in view of th.
vast Interests and the itaportancs of the
iUestlon, and against my arst Itupr ealttt
I have len forced to the conclusion I have
thus aunouiicssiL 1 pre ate fully what the
couusel urge of the dttlcultles which, as
they ,av, luch a construction will ptexsa In
the way of their reliance Uhmi the protec
tion of thi Feileral Constitution, lutt not
withstandtug those dilttcultlea. lack of all
th- statutes and all the litigation In th
State stand, that high tribunal, the r'ed
rrnl Supreme Court, which will ultlmately
d(eriuiue and fully protrct all right
gusratitiv-d br the drfnndant by the Fed
eral Constitution. The motion to leutand
will be sustained "
The ladlan Terrtturial f'untvntliia
et t'urt "smllh, Arh.
Foar Hsttrrt. Aik.. Jan. J - The Indian
Territotlal contention mrt in this city
ester-Jay w ith over V drlegates present
fiom St. Iuiis, Kansas City, Mriuphis.
Spriugfi Id Wichita, Hadas, (lvntton
and other cities. The convention was
H ened by l're.ident J. 11. Cleiideulng of
the Ft. Smith chauittrr ot commerce, who
made a brief addre.a of wnicoiu tn the
delegates and suggested the objecta of the ,
The following ermanent off! 'er were
elected- IS'ivernor IC A. Campiielt, of Hi.
I ouis, pet manent chairman; J. W. Claps
of Mrinphis, J. II Cook, of Chetnpa. Kan,,
CoUmnl Grift t'sathar, of St. I.'uls. James
Atdrolt, or Sprincfleld, Mo. Judge U'ylle,
of the Cherokee Nit on. It l. U'lllisms. of
Little 11. -k and C. F. Hichardsvl '. of the
Miami Nation. vl(-e.teaidrnt.; M I.
Iliiuton. iierutanent arcretar ; Ceoige lt
lirrunrd and Hugh F. Ilegan. assistant
Delegates were prrsnt from each of the
clviliml tnl.es of the Indian Territorv.
and took a prominant part in the proceed-
In the evening e.Jovrnor Fletchr. of
Missouri, read a memorial to Congress,
I is Inch was
d iptd amid 'h-ers. Ittxi-fir I
forceinent rf the obligations of property
right, letwenn whites. (itnnal fl-eing
j from the State can not I teach-d by i
j trailltion or other priM-e and the Trrl-
: tory l a hrbr for criminal of ait Hihl
and cUs.n No Intention is -ipres, t
depritettie Indisris vf their rights teit
rather to allot them tb-ir lands In sever
alty and inve.t them with their full tights
under treatv oll gstoins.
WOMEN IN COUNCIL.
The W.ifoaii ul7raget .nitnilliinnmn
Waihsjt;. Jan. ?. In the rnnnn-
tion of woman suffragist Tetrdsr
mornlnr a pajr on the U of Fe-J-r.)
suffrage was read by Mrs. Virginia Minor.
of M'souri. nlm, ?!! rear ira . f
denie. the r-ght to vote by th- Hiruf i
t urt. The paper prepared ,y ut
wis. nary nar. of Kentoekr. aaid th
the conditUn of wofn-n w a nw better Wiaa
slav-ry. An equality ot right la the
rnarriel r a tion she thought would d-j
n. of tV4esnn. !
spoke on the ubj-ct of .(.mss'i right ft
Tot-oti .eh--ol mat ter In br Htate. The j
m-n. sh dUrel. were ntToring :m
make that right ice. n'y mit--l and :
to preveat tbni froro n;,r.g tr the nuts i
and ejnty uj-rintnd-t.?e of rhl. "
Mr Abigail ftcott I-jnn.ar.f Oresron.
the aero t.ee iatfo-lcxed Vfl j
ateTUt th-f rss-lota of hi. own roe- J
Mrs Helen rVesgsr, of Iadiaaa.mal a j
;ssca B mhrh t erraJffl p-ibitr rave
er tnb puttticel trt,-. tt at h made
at refereare in avsjin rmM'tm.
aataoar anally laterrsptstd her,
-era. Wkn H. Oaey. f .Hetvasea, aiit
res cf the efrjisa' Trlt-aoe, read a ssree
on Ttf-me-i ia we'rlage." aad the
veaiien atj'qrsd sine 4V.
a see eseer-ist
Qasaa. 5. Jaa. sty - efedees lay
."sisfsvni aiw snKI IvsaejfrMB
Fort Osaaha wniie retaralag tram th ty ,,
t-sti i- trrssas a Wrss-; mia MM,
saw t-rw -eersooteacaged IStboi trggte.
Tne tssn Se-t aai to asi st. u, is
le re frxn the snma the r-j at ta.
trtrjsda, tft) ataiesl that, sv- aad j i j
ffvttea the car eel was b i-e way I
heaa- whew tie tan Vis-sly eeps;- u t
f'je fcesr. eeise.1 m? a-fttv aed tsvecgsd
her to it tpe whtw . i, -a4. j
lag. The vi iaia riauaed in tm Jack tVr '
lvLHeesevse ?Va aaa-.. - t .
r s cwas. Mtver
,, 2T" tewa-rya.
"c-t ewaaw. J a. SV Threa...
"f "' U retaaTerd. a paw aesjt tUy
TzZ,1"'' -r-rri--'s ' eig
- -- t s tis tesra.
mmj -imm rjTieg a BaVt iltes tte
etrsawa at a break ea-sedL atar
aavf ysffijti lie Ossasseha I..... ..j
LhsgeaT ttVssst rsrvsdewea. TLt-ta.
te iat-ef.-, mmA m,-
wse aasas. The testes rmm a.-- ..
eWeaT eavt tearfaw sjs. mm
LAW. TM MtW NAwt.
stoeh Weee . . aw sfer AsT
WesMnwro. J.a. JA-I. I""
neoe the Naval Appropriation bill the
HueeCommlttsseoe Naval Affair, sum -marlses
the pree.nl conditio, end future
of the navy ef n. cs.-.'j.
...I... "Willi r.lM SO n
Coegtess esease to have settled epon
policy of appropriating toward It. m
strectloa aboet K,0) j-r r
Your eemmlltee believe Uat thl.
build ss a aavy as fast a prudenc- dic-
tatee. Our Neey Peisartmeet ami or
hip building are atiUslag, a fares mar
be, by every meaae la their psw.r. "
kaowleAge aceulred fresn the co.tly
perieaceef ether aatlooa bet they must
haste ea the part of the Ooveram-at ouM
in.vltablv reealt la ceafusio" and
waste and most peweaMy tn cvmbma-
tlon iastead of ceaaetil!ea aasong h.p
builders. rVseistee It weeld U en e.r
matter In this country to belht .hips nuc
rapidly than we could supply "m .
i irnwawii omw - --
a a . i -. .vrAss. p
J in England, wnn en ineir isc ". ...-.-
I. I.hiJ .siniiilalnt that the ih ernlu-nt
and all their cmtractor. ereueabU to sup
ply guus as the are wanted. The manu
facture of a modem alga power ga ''
only en espenslve but a slow and lediou
The committee .ays that the approprie-
It I tlssaofCMt-VCsUfareatenaingthegun plsnt
it at the Washington navy yarO. which has
proved to be tnaurrlcieat. will, taken lit
connection with other alma, be a 1 that u
neoeasary to miI three different wavy arsle
In condition to build the hull, of the nnt
mlera v easels, ansveea aa'tuaanuotel.
aa well a ft Ike CMineUte asjaipmeet of
great plant lor the easemely ef basairs onl
nances Ka4tafetery prgteta b being
made by the private r.et?xtr.ie f w sup
plying heavy gun and armor plate for
guns and for rapid Mr machinery guns.
I The committee closes. MIl will bi aeen
j that Congress by the paasag of the t.t t
1 we report, will have taken lh last slip
necesaary to render th tlovernment a'-
adutely lndeendant of the world its th
matter of the building and equipping
navy. It haa been the csiiistaul aim of the
committee and of the department to pro
vtila fr ship, the hl of tli-lr !.
guusripisl to any In the world. There is
ample competition among bidder, for th
construction of engines and niacbuterv.
i and In this matter American nUrpr
I and Ingenuity seem likely to lead th
j world. To gel tioui a vrt of the tpe
' of the "etuvlw a te4 of twenty knuts
I aa hiHIreeemel, whea lasngresauiaile It ar.
, abaolut- reipi rein.nl. e illfflcuit task, but
I it was undrtkru and that vessel on its
r ere nt trip alto
vil the wonderful speed ot
DIPLOMATIC STATE OlNNtH.
rwreisn HtsfSMHtalltM IHae Wills
frealileat of Ike t'elle-l atalee.
Waaiiisjuiiisj, Jan. M.A state itmuer
to the itlplomatte Corp. tih islaeeThui
dey veiling, 1'real.tent Cleveland
escorted Mme, Hoatero, wife of the
Mexican Minister, te dinner, and Mr
Cleveland followed on the arte of the
Italian Minister. The other guest wie
Mr. Carter and th- Ms.ca Minister.
Countesa Leoto!din Vhi Ami. Valley ami
Senator Shrrmau. Harone Hoasn and
the M nlster of Austria. Hungary. Miss
llarard and the lleiinau Minister,
Mr. Sherman and th Turkish
Minister, t'ountea. de r1"inriBh
and the Atgvntlne Minister. Madame
de llurlado and the Minister 4tt
France. Mr, lughten and the JapJhfxT
Minister. Mr. Ilert-ft a d lite Chines
Minister. Madam- ! Varras and the
Netberlaad Minuter. Madame lie ;
man aud the Secretary of State. Mads....
Ie 1'eiei ?,un and the Hawaiian Mints
ter, Madame Milt sua and th Spam!,
Mln tt-r, 4 .mutess 'At-i)ot and the
M nlsirr limti Cita Itica. Mrs. )IH'rsMr
and the Persian MtUlsler. the 'ii.i
M niste- the Ilanlah Mllll.t-f. the ( bs(S
d'ArTan-s of He.gbMti, lbs Chilian Mins
ter, the ('barge ij'AffIres of Kias.1. Mr
Mct"rary. th- Minister of Tfireragun, the
Charge it 'Affaire, of Cnfea. tla C(tarc
d'Affaires of Hselm and (rMat( j,.
Minuter of svHrer and, th. -,o(.
d'Alfalte of lifeat Itritam, the Clr
d'Affalies of lius.la, t,. MinLWi of t s
lomlna. flieSMke. t1lle,li,.
rraaiMMiTus. Jan. y, Th- et,ertarr
of lb- Interior ha reri-.t ff.rn the A
toiney.U-neral an upnln in Meh it .
held tbst North Ca'4lni;(,-n.l-e..,n.
who kava I ; admitted t. Cl.sfol
CI I t-tl.llp br the ,. Ju.ti.e f tb
I ril.rokee Hsipieme '.rt. enl-r tfe Is
of th- Cherokee Nation. Indian 7er
tory. am c.lir.f,. ot that NaU and are
j ntitle. to ,lj ta rlgaU end .Mtl., :
ah Vtifensttin.tiolahbsUitd.tig isles
i piet adverse atiOT, hy th (hsf.i
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