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Derosa, Bel, has elected a Democratic
annyar the tot it aver had.
The Brazilian fleet; coaslstiag of an
Jreaclad and a wooden corvette, arrival
st New York aa the 2th, alLwelL
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
O ait By Tatoraph ud HUUL
Portugal to snffering
Tmc Siberian Exile Petition AasocJa
ticm of New York few decided to call the
Czar's attention to the coniitioa of tan
Jews is Russia.
Judge Utt, publisher of the Dabaqna
Times, has beem indicted forcrlatlaal
1 bel by the grand jury, apoa the com
plaint ot Congressman-elect Butler of
the Fourth district
M. De Fbkycihbt, French Minister of
War, has become a candidate for the
vacant seat ia the Academy. Inconse
queaee of his popularity all other can
didates save Zola hare withdrawn.
Another American woman has capt
ured a Count, Miss Katheryn Louise
Bailey, daughter or Joseph T. Bailey,
the head of a large Philadelphia jewelry
firm, being married to Count de Sibour.
Thk threshing machine manufactur
ers of the United States have been in
session at Chicago for the purpose of
forming a trust which, wben completed,
will rival the harvester trust recently
All the furnaces in Pittsburgh and
Allegheny were compelled to close
down owing to the almost total failure
of ihe natural gas supply. The pressure
was less than half an ounce wben it
should have been ten.
Urox the premises of Henry Brock
nan, proprietor of a horse rendering
establishment in the outskirts of Chi
cago, was discovered a quantity of
neatly dressed horse flesh. He is sup
posed to have been carrying on an act
ive trade with tbe lower class of restaurants.
It has been suggested that the only
way to prevent the Duchy of Luxem
burg falling into the hands of Germany
will be for tbe young Queen Wilhel
mina, of Holland, when she becomes of
age, to marry tbe heir to tbe Luxem
burg throne, and negotiations with thi9
end in view are now in progress.
Join? W. Mackay, owner of tbe
Mackay-Bcnnett cable, has purchased
all the property and franchises of tbe
Bankers' and Merchants' Telegraph
Company in New York, New Jersey,
Pennsylvania and Maryland, tbe United
Linos Telegraph Company and the
Postal Telegraph Company for $390,000.
JJmuimr. to working most aenloasly
at his memoirs with the assistance of
Hen Lotkar Bucher and his private
secretary, Dr. Chrysaader. but it will
take some time to complete them.
Ma. Paxxbix was re-elected to the
leadership of the Irish National ista.
The protest of the English Liberals
were entirely ignored. The result has
caused a hopeless split much to the
satisfaction of the Conservatives
Thk British Parliament was opened
on the 25th. Nothing of moment was
contained la the Queen's speech.
uMSUAHa J. Shillabek, known in
the literary world as "Mr. Partington,"
is dead. He was 76 years of age.
TaxSultaaof Turkey has conferred
the grand decoration of the Imperial
Order of Medjidie on Prof. Koch.
A dispatch from Suakim says that
tbe desert chief, Senoussi, is marching
against the Mabdi with a largo and
well armed force, and that tbe Mabdi,
owing to numerous desertions and priva
tion is in no condition to meet tbe
Sexator Wade Hamftox was shot
in Washington County. Miss., while
bunting with his son. The latter's gun
accidentally weatoffand the Senator got
a load of bird shot in his face. Serious
results were not expected.
Commissioner Rauu has had a con
ference with the sub-committee of tbo
House Committee on Appropriations, in
charge of appropriations for pensions.
General Raum told the committee that
the pension deficiency would amount to
about S2, 000. 000.
Tax Freacb public debt is 30,800,813,
Lait Coxxemaka, daughter of Lord
Dalhousie. has obtained a decree of di
vorce from Lord Connemara, ex-Governor
of Madras, for adultery and cruelty.
Pitch has been re-elected Senator
Kino Kalakaua. of the Sandwich
islands will visit California shortly for
Pakxell issued his manifesto to the
Irish people on tbe 28th. Tbe O'Shea
matter was ignored and defiance hurled
at tbe English Liberals. The address
was intensely independent and it was
probable would divide the Irish party
as well as hopelessly severing concerted
action with tbe Liberals
Tub lottery law passed by the Fifty
first Congress has decreased the re
ceipts of the New Orloans post-office
$120,000 a pear, and has resulted in tbe
discharge of quite a number of clerks
already, whoso services are no longer
required to run the office. This is
about one-third of the annual income of
The State Hoard of Pensions of North
Carolina has apportioned SSC.000 among
cx-Confoderato pensioners in that State.
That amount under an act of the last
Legislature, was this year raised by
taxation. Tbe pensioners are soldiers
disabled while in the service of tbe
State and widows of soldiers killed in
The steamship l'reak water, from
Puerto Cortez, brings tho news that
Sanchez committed suicide when ho
found that the tide of battle was
against him. Bogran's Adjutant and
his P.nanco Minister were killed. H.
Aldenbakcr. who was reported killed,
was with Major E. H. Burke at tho
time and is uninjured.
STitixf.EXTorders havo been sent from
St Petersburg that all Chinese settling
in the Transbaikal region of Asiatic
ltussia shall be required to declare
themselves subjects of tho Czar. The
Russian districts adjoining Manchuria
are being fllled up with Chinese colon
ists, many of whom are believed to bo
in the military service of China.
Judge Coor.EV, chairman ot the Inter
state Commerce Commission, who re
turned to Washington in an improved
condition after an absence of some time,
has again been compelled to temporarily
relinquish his duties. Ho overworked
himself after his return and at tho ad
vice of his physician has gone to his
home to recuperate. Ho has written
that he stood the trip well and no alarm
The Belgian Premier bas introduced
a bill extending tho franchise. This
action is a complete surprise, and
tho Radicals are highly elated. The
workingmen who had threatened to
strike in order to emphasize tho'r
demand for universal suffrage have
decided to remain at work. There
is great rejoicing in Brussels and
the other large cities, the streets being
crowded with people celebrating tbe
It is stated in London that Home Sec
retary Matthews is fully prepared for a
complete answer in behalf of the Gov
ernment to any question in Parliament
embodying tbe allegations mado by
Mr. Davitt and others that the Fenian
prisoner. John Daly, is the victim of a
plot organized by emissaries of tbe
Royal Irish constabulary. It is said
that the Home Secretary has himself
investigated the charges and come to
the conclusion that they aro without
The Uaited States Supreme Court has
decided adversely to tbe appeal of the
Navassa rioters, condemned for murder.
By act of Congress Federal authority
exteads to guaao islands worked by
Aawricaa citizens where no other juris
diction exists. It will be remembered
that negroes employed oa Navaaea isl
and, in the Car.bbcan sea, iadulged la
a riot against their ofJcers, kllliag one
or two, the reataiader beiag rescued by
a British war ship Trial was had at
The State Board of Caavassers at Co
lumbia, & C, dec ded the Miller-Elliott
Congressional contest ia favor of Elliott
and gave him the certificate. This gives
South Carioliaa a solid Democratic
delegation ia the next Congress. Miller,
colored Republican, contested the elec
tioa, claiatiag a majority, but ballots
were throwa eat ia eertaia localities oa
account of size and color. Elliott went
before the Supreme Court and it de
cided ia his favor. Miller will contest
bis seat ia Coagrese.
Jnxjc Gossox. of Philadelphia,
haaced down a. highly, important opia
Jea, in which be refused the application
far iacornoratioa of the Richmond Be
j tail Ceal Comaaay. ef Philadelphia, o
the grouad that the' company was
totaled indirectly for the purpose ef es
tablishing a trust for the regulation ef
prices ef the retail ceal trade or that
eltj. sTbeeeireWthe 'company sets
. ifortb.iai.t iiej jevneees are to
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i unwarranted f acreese
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F. B. CnocKEB, of tbo Crocker Cracker
Manufacturing Company, of Denver,
CoL, is missing.
Dil Beromaxx. in his clinical lecturo
at Berlin, warned his patients that no
absolute cure bad been effected by tho
use of Prof. Koch's curative lymph.
The Supreme Court of Montana has
handed down a decision in tbe famous
Davis will case, affirming tho ruling of
the lower court and leaving John A.
Davis administrator of the estate. As
no constitutional points are involved
tbo case can not be appealed.
The oleomargarine law of Minnesota
has been held to be unconstitutional.
The land case of West Guthrie, Ok.,
bas been decided adversely to tho home
steaders and in favor of the town-sito
Thomas Raii of Floral Park, L. I.,
and Alfred A 1 chin, of Pcekskill, while
walking on tbe tracks of tho Long
Island railroad were struck by a train.
Rail was instantly killed and Alcbin
was seriously though not fatally in
A CT.ERK living in Sofia, Bulgaria,
who was afflicted with lupus and wbo
visited Berlin for treatment with Prof.
Koch's remedy, has arrived home ap
Ciiaih.es Sturu was crushed to death
under a falling safe at Dlebold's works,
Canton, O. Two other men wero seri
The ltadger Illuminating Company,
of Milwaukee, Wis, is said to be in
Agent Rotek at Pine Ridge has been
greatly annoyed by newspaper corre
spondents. He threatened to expel tho
Aew York Wond-liorald man.
At St Johns, N. II., on tbe 25th the
boilers of O. D Sutton's mill exploded.
Six men were blown to pieces.
The Norwegian bark Ever has been
wrecked. The fate of tbo crew was un
certain. Settlers in Western Oklahoma are
much alarmed over tbe Indian Messiah
TnE report of the Internal Revenue
Department sbowod an increaso of re
ceipts amounting to about $12,000,000
tbe past year.
Eva Hamilton, tbe notorious wife
and now widow of Robert Ray Hamil
ton, has been pardoned out of the Now
The Gloucester schooner "Ocean
Queen," recently seized at Sour'is, P.
E I., has been released on payment of
a fine of 9200.
It is rumored that J. R. Bakor, tbe
missing Philadelphia broker, who failed,
bas gone to Brazil.
Red Cloud wrote to a friend in
Omaha that be did not want any trouble
with tbe whites.
The racing stable of Amos G. Camp
bell, of Louisvilic, Ky., will bo sold at
The Dublin Express says that tbe
measures adopted by the Government
to relievo tbe distress in the western
part of Ireland aris'ng from the failure
of the potato crop will be put into opera
t:on before Christmas.
All three members of the conference
committee representing the strikers on
tho Chicago & Eastern Illinois railroad
have been arrested on the charge of
Ax explosion occurred in a colliery
near Bolton, England, the other day.
Eight miners were killed.
Two companies of cavalry have been
ordered to clear the eastern portion of
tbe Cherokee Strip.
The Czar has ordered an investigation
of prison abuses at Tomsk, Siberia.
Horrible treatment of female prisoners
Sidxet Dillox has been elected presi
dent of the Union Pacific, vice Charles
F. Adams, resigned. The Gould trust
was ia control of the road.
The Erie railroad has come to aa
agreement with its engineers and the
threatened trouble has been averted.
Mayor Walsh, of Wexford, Ireland,
has been sent to prison for three months
for publishing interdicted articles,
Mas. O'Shea has withdrawn her cross
salt agaiast Captain O'Shea.
The Chicago. Milwaukee fc St Paul
freight house No -3, Caicago, was de
stroyed by are receatly. Loss, tIMMi
H. H. BelLj a Duluth. Miaa., beaker,
has beea forced to the walL The lia
bilities were about fTef.en, more tana
covered by assets.
At Texarkaaa, Tex., aa election waa
held, with reference to removiag the
couaty seat Votes were bought at
auction, eane'ng much comateat
Ir to expected that Weavers freight
rates will he pat ap and become more
stable with Gould ia control of so away
Tax aetorioae PtekLaHls to reaet led
areaajilay lagabeejathse.-'baalam at
Oleneeete m-& f
Ta aberihVwae unable to 'tad any
property to levy wpoe ia the, abetter ef
the Chleage Glebe sad aa apelicetiee
for a receivership has been made
SacarrAXr WnrooM "has sensed the
aew revenue setter beiag built at BalaV
atore the Galveston.
The river saaaesfhae overflowed Its
-Aajr anamewa steamer waa re
ported at London to have gee down is
a heavy gale off Duageaees.
Three mea were kiUed and 'fear la
jared by a boiler ezptoelos st Hackers'
sawmill, Seetlaad. Worth County. Ga.
Tax great football match between
Yale aad Princeton took place at East
era park. Brooklys. X, Y.. es Thaaks
giviag day. Princeton waa badly heat
en The score waa IS to a Shortly be
fore aoon a serious mishap occurred, s
portion of the grand 'ataad eoUapsiag,
causing the injury ef assay persons.
Three small boys were killed reoeat
iy at Atlantic, Iowa, while digging iato
A fearful tide wrecked forty vessels
at Christiana, Norway, on the 27th.
Over 120 deaths were reported.
The large six-story building occup'ed
by tho Powers Dry Goods Company at
St Paul, Minn., was on fire receatly.
Tbe loss was 9250, 090.
bas directed tbe postmaster at Austin,
Tex, to dismiss immediately R B.
Kinney, the assistant postmaster at that
place. Kinney destroyed certain evi
dence in his possession af terit had been
demanded of bim by a post-office in
spector, who wanted to uso it in prose
cuting a case arising under the anti
Six sailors of tho whaling bark Ocean
were recently lost in tho Pacific. A
mortally wounded whale struck tbe
chasing boat and the men were
A XUMBER of Poles quarreled with
negro laborers on a phosphate island
near Charleston, S. G, a few days ago.
A terrible fight resulted, fourteen men
being reported killed.
The steamboat T. P. Leathers was
burned on tbe river near Fort Adams,
Miss. Tbe chambermaid and four roust
abouts, all colored, were lost
BuRRAR, of England, defeated Master
son, of Australia, in a boat race at Syd
ney, N. S. W.
Rayville. La., has been seriously
aamagea by nre.
Supervising Architect Wixdrim in
his annual report to tbo Secretary of tho
Treasury says that the total amount ex
panded on public buildings during the
past fiscal year was $4,075,04& of which
S3.C91.341 was paid for sites and in tho
construction of new buildings and 8224.
394 for repairs and alterations of build
ings. There were completed during tho
year twenty-one buildings.
It is reported in New York that
negotiations'are in progress between the
Chesapeake fc Ohio railroad and the
Whito Star steamship lme for a direct
lme of steamers from Newport News,
Va., to England.
The sons of tho late Governor Steven
son, of Nevada, propose to contest tboir
father's will in favor of their stepmother,
one of tho lady managers of tbo World's
Jay Goui.n's charges that Charles
Francis Adams used the Union Pacific
for the benefit of the Kansas City stock
yards is denied.
Business failures (Dun's report) for
tbe seven days ended November 27
numbered 24I, compared with 274 the
previous week and 249 tho correspond
ing week of last year.
John R. Kakkr. .Tir.. the missin?
Philadelphia brer, is said to be a de
faulter to tho amount of 81,000,000 on
the estate of his grandfather.
John Gerhard and his wife and two
children wore killed by a train at Glos
ter, N. IL
Three duck hunters from Oswego, N.
Y., aro believed to havo been drowned
in Sadus bay, Lako Ontario.
A violent oartbquako shock was
felt throughout the valley of tho Dan
ube on tbe 2Stb. Tho peop'o wore
panic stricken, but little damage was
B. K. Jamisson & Co., bankers of
Philadelphia, have suspended. Liabili
ties not definitely stated, but some
where between 8500,000 and 51,000,000.
Deputy Saxaud. managing director
of the Banque d'Etat of Paris, has ab
sconded with 1,000,000 francs subscribed
for a loan.
The iron beams supporting one of tbo
boilers of the United States steamer
Alert gavo way recently and tho re
pairs of tho vessel wero corresponding
Goyeunoi: Mellette, of South Da
kota, has issued a proclamation regard
ing the Indian scare in which he urges
all settlers who deem themselves and
homes unsafe to remain where they are,
as tbo troops and Government have com
pletely mastered tho hostile olement
VEBKA8KA STATE NEWS.
Tse Freacb Goveraaseat wiU sot al
low the importation into FranceotPret
Kooh's lymph ea the grouad that the
importation ef nsediciaes, the rempoei
ties of which to set known, to illegal, a
law prohibiting such importation being
is exigence, - T--
The Treasury Department is pre
pared to meot tbe demand for silvei
notes of small denominations.
M. JX Henry, of Kansas, bas been
appointed by tho President an alter
nate World's Fair Commi.winnfr
J. F. Thompson resigned.
The Irish envoys in America have
issued a manifesto in which the reten
tion of Parnoll is made secondary to
home rulo for Ireland.
The Chcrokeo Strip was reported
cleared of cattle December 1 per agree
ment witn ine President
Rev. Brown, in charge of tbo Epis
copal Church at Mlddletown, assaulted
G. H. King, a divinity student on the
Annapolis train because King sat on
bis bat King's nose was broken aad
both eyes wore blacked.
Eighty-seven bodies havo beea fouad
in the flooded Anna pit of tbe Bruox
Mining Company, Germany. Seventy
eight miners were recovered alive.
Easton & Clark, car manufacturers
of Cincinnati, have assigned.
Clearixo. house returns for the week
ended November 29 showed aa average
increase or 3.1 compared with the cor
responding week of last year. In New
York there was a decrease of 0.5.
BEnxixr, Soxs, the well known piano
manufacturers ot New York, have as
signed. Twenty-four shoe manufacturers ef
Rochester, N. Y., have bound them
selves together to force the uaioa atea
to abandon their opposition to the iatre
ductioa of lasting machines.
Collectob Bradshaw, of Puget
Sound. Wash., swore before the Con
gressional committee on Immigration
that fifty or sixty Chinese were prob
ably smuggled across the llae each
The WelUaaa Steel & Ires Company,
of Cheater. Pa., has shutdown its Bes
semer departosest for as iadelaite pe
Two girls, daughters of Nelaos Deeair,
were drowsed by breaking through the
ice oa Desalr lake, sear Bice Lake, Wis
They were alone at the time. The
bodies were recovered.
Germany has redoubled tie restric
tions oa Americas perk,
had determined following the
There to talk of the lead smelters
The London Stock Exchaage waa re
ported steady daring the week eased
November 29. haviar comnletelv re
covered from the effects ef taeBarisf
eiuumrnwMTBb AMCrKU railWSJS
weroRtrong. The Paris Bearse - was
active and. the German' li wm Qleadj.
W. J. Ecsxt, a- prominent jbael
an of Great, 'committed euletde the
ethrrdVy by aheetiaf himself? is the
heedt No caitse assigned:. r
- VvKUliimKU, 15 years'eld, was hunt
ing auate distance below Nebraska City
the other afternoon wees h's gun was
accidentally discharged, tearing off his
right band nt the wrist The load
passed through the hnt of a compan on,
bat fortuaately missed tbe head.
Oxb ef the peculiar freaks of the late
election took place in Sherman County.
Emmerfon Smith, couaty attorney
elect of Sherman County, studied law
for a few months under Attornev Scott.
of Loup City. He was then admitted
to the bar aad a few days later received
the nomination for county attorney on
the Alliance ticket His instructor,
Scott was nominated for tbe same po
sition os the Republican ticket but was
badly beaten in the race by his pupiL
Tub Custer County jail now contains
but one inmsto and be is a prisoner
from Box Butte County, held for sate
The annual winter meeting of the
State Hoard of Agriculture will be held
at Lincoln beginning January 20 at the
same time with tbe winter corn exhibit
A oaxg of Osceola boys raided tbe
mills at that place the other night and
broke thirty-six panes of glass. The
proprietor learned thoir names and
taxed them 2I.C0 for their fun. The
boys afterward bad interesting "wood
shed interv'ews" with the parents who
pa d tbe bills.
W. It Weeks ex-treasurer of Greeley
County, bas been arrested charged with
embezzlement The shortage, it is al
lepol. will amount to several thousand
dollars. Mr. Weeks was one of tbe most
popular men in the county, and tho re
sult of the investigation of bis accounts
bas astonished tho community.
The handsome new res:dcnco of Mrs.
Anna E Miller, at lteatricc. was com
pletely destroyed by fire the other
night Tho structure was one of the
handsomest in tbo c ty ani cost $1,000.
Mrs. Milier is at present a resident of
Omaha, but expected to take possession
of the houso within a few days. Tho
or.'g n of tbo fire is supposed to bo in
cendiary. The insurance was 4,000.
A late fire at Arcadia destroyed prop
erty to tbo value or 523.000. About half
the Imtldinjjs burned wero insured. The
Commercial Hotel, post-office a hard
ware store, general store, saloon, barber
shop, meat market and billiard hall
II. II. Bliss, one of the most popular
citizens of Steele City, was accidentally
shot the other morning by John Barlow.
He lived about half an hour. He leaves
awifo and one child. Barlow was almost
crazed with grief at tho sad affa'r.
Samuel Carter, a soldier of the reg
ular army wbo had been stationed at
Fort Meade and who was recently re
tired from the sorv co. was found dead
in his bod at tbe Jennings Hotol at
Omaha the other morning. Ho had
blown out tho gas upon retir'n. Ho
was 03 years of age, was a privato in
troop C, Eighth cavalry, and went to"
Fort Meade with his regiment about
two years ago from Fort Brown. Tex.
Ho was on h s way to tho San Antonio'
Hon. Edward Bates, of York, lato
Democratic candidate for judge in the
Sixth d strict has applied to tho Su
premo Court for a peremptory writ of
mandamus to compel tbe State Board of
Canvassers to canvass tho returns from
that district and to certify to his elec
tion as judge. Tbe board notified Judge
Bates that tbe returns would not bo
canvassed, tho allogod reason being tho
neglect of Governor Thayer to include
in the proclamation for the general
election a call for tbo election of a
judge in that d 1st ret, and tho Supreme
Court will bo called upon to decido
whether this neglect invalidates tbo
Tub cattlemen of Southern Cherry
County hare formed an association for
tho protection of stock and the exter
mination of wolves
Patents havo been issued to Goorgo
A. and J. P. Culver, of Blue Springs,
for a dust collector, and Barton W.
Harmer, of Avoca, for a horso hay rake.
Six deer were killed in Grant County
during tbe recent snow fall
E. W. Ormsby and 109 othor tax-pay-ors
of Merrick County, havo petitioned
tbo board of supervisors to put a bounty
on wolves It is assorted that a thou
sand or moro dollars damage is done
by these animals on hogs, sheep, tur
keys, calves, etc., and something must
be done to protect the tax-payers on
whom the loss falls.
James Vivian, clerk of tho Arlington
notol at Hastings, committed suicide
recently by taking morphine.
The foundation for tho now Congre
gational church at Craw lord has been
Godfrey Gaileex has disappeared
from York, leaving several creditors in
Fire at River ton recently destroyed
tbo livery barn of George Enos, contain
ing eleven horses, a number of buggies
and harness and a large quantity of
feed. Tbo barn of Isaac Shepardson,
with two horses and two cows, was also
burned. Tbe fire is supposed to have
been of incendiary origin.
Lewis Butler or St. Paul will spend
the next year of his lifo in tho peniten
tiary as a penalty for disposing of
mortgaged property. He is 65 years
of age, but ho mado a great run
for his liberty after committing tbe
crime and was not captured until he
had retched Corpus Christ1, Texas.
Frank, tbe twelve-year-old son of J. H.
Lamb, living four miles north of Grand
Island, was thrown from a horse and
dragged to death the other day. He
was herding cattle and tbe horse be
came frightened and throw him. One
foot caught in tbe stirrup and he was
unable to extricate himself. The horse
ran to the house, a half mile away,
dragging the dead body of the boy with
Dr. L W. Fvxck of Beatrice has
served notice on George W. Collins
State Senator-elect for Gage County,
thnt ho will contest the election on tbe
ground of errors In tbe count Collins
apparent majority was 2&
C M. Eastbrday. formerly a Te
enmseh boy, bas bees elected a State
oBccr is Washiagtoa.
Nezigh is ra'siag 9t,oeo for a boaus
for a 9SSS. 060 beet sugar factory to be
bailt next spring.
Patents were lately issued to the
following Nebraska inventors: Hoops
for coopers' ware, Leonard L. Frost Ar
cadia; awaiag slide or runner, Heary C
woax Ratuff. of Auburn, had bees
missiag his corn, aad ese sight he tied
a bull-dog to the corn crib door. Tbe
-thieves came, poisoned the dog. broke
opes the deer aad carried away the com.
Fsaxk Fowlbb, ef Fremoat aew
traveling in Japan, nearly lost hie life
recently while running some rapids ia
a Japaseee rives His boat west to
pieces bat be landed ess reck asd
" Losses. Nov. 2f. Mr. ParaeU tossed
the follewiag maalfesto last sight:
To the IrUa repl: The latagrlty aad
mesneaSMice of a section of the Iris party
avian brn appanaiiy MpseS and ee
irorei bythswite pullers ef the Literal
party. It has aorouM aecetaary tor me. as
lesser of tbe Irish party, to take eenaacl
VMS yon, and, bavin given you tbe kaewl
seen vales Is la ay pkmmmIob. te aak your
toegBMat apoa a matter which aew selaly
devolves upon yen to 6ee.'4.
Tae letter from Mr. Gudatoae te Mr. Mar
toy, written for the parpote of laiaeneiaa:
the decision of tbe Irian party in the eholee
of their leader aad claim lax for the Liberals
aad their leadera the right of veto upon the
eholee. Is the Immediate cause ot this ad
dress. The threat la that letter, repeated ae la-
woes or the worlds
rrastsee Cos B
Chicago, Nov. 3s The National
vTor.d's Fair Commission yesterday
moraing teo'x ap the report of the com
mittee ea build lags aad grounds Th a
precipitated a rather acrimonious inter
change between Cemmias'.oaer Mart a
dale, of ladtoaa. who was la favor of
adeptiag the report nad Commis
sioner DeYouag. of California, who
waa opposed to it The latter
peiated out tbat the plsss of
tbe buildings were meetly in verbal
outline with working plans and declared
that a loopbo'o was left through which
the local director might come out with
a lot of mere shells He moved that
the bulldiaesbe made of eiaa. atal amd
Ssrffi3uaTtt -if.. Ir08 nd lM'Proof- After some discus
numerous snuen newspapers, that unless ,- . .i , ,. . . .
Ireland concede the right otveto to Kaglaad . B """w 1 table,
she wiU iadeSaltely postpone her chance of " being pointed out by Mr. Martindale
ohfalalag home mle. compete me. white aot tbat there bad not been time since the
f,a ? mtut d",,w,B slightest peeel- selection of the site to preparo working
bHIty ef such n less, to put before you la- niM- .. - JT ....
formatioa which uatil iow.eo far ae wy ' ElB for iucn " ,rrT of ctsres
collesgucs are concerned, bat been solely ia ; ino repo" was aaopied.
my possess ion, and which will enable you! Chairman Waller, of
to uaderstaad the measure of loss with of tho World' Fair foroiva affair
which you are tbreateael ualetayoa con
sent to throw ese to the English wolves now
howlla for ao.trnrtlo.. i COUCagUCS, SCIil IUO lOUOWing ICIO-
Mr. Parnell gives an account of his STrm to Secretary Maine in reply
meetinr with Gladstone a. vMr ami. and ' to the ono received from Mr
the nrocosltions then discussed as to the Blaine that
government of Ireland, and continues: lme of tho commissioners tbat tbe
I need aot say tbat the oiestlon. the Tital State Department wan socking for polit
aad Isaportaat Questloa ot the retention of ' icul advanUgo in the schemo for secur
the Irish members on one han-i. ami Indefl. lnff World's Fair exhibits from the
alte delay la granting full powers to n . .. , ... . ,
Irish Legislature on th other, g'ave mo Latin-American republic, that depart
great concera The absence of any pro- ment would withdraw from tho partici
vUion for the settlement of the agrarian pation of the work and await the action
questloa-of a:iy policy on the part of the 0r the coinnv-sslon:
"V J!?'-"?:1 wU ' "' I CHtCACO X v A-m reply to your tcte
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I ine eiaic iepiiri:ntni in aiu or loreiga u-
hlbltion rcaue nf the inlslnturpretntlon
of t lie act ot tho World t'oltimblun Com.
inUloii, on the report o( the committee on
foreign affair of that body, arrangements
for securing exhibit from South American
ir'pnhl!s. I brg to a hsu re you that neither
i th committee nor th i Commifttlon ronsM.
ored the measure in any 'rain a political
ona. Come people can dl'cuvcr politic In
tho Lord's priyer, hut If thrn nni any ot
thl clnss In the Commission they nro fort
un-itely nulttiT numerous nor laSunntlal.
Tho rpot of tho comutltto' waa unanl
riiuinly uccepted and referral to the appro
prlute department, lour respectfully,
IttoMAs M. Waller.
In answer to this Mr. Illainu tele
graphed tho following:
lion. Tiiomi M. Waller. Chicij;o:
washing, X.ir. 26. DIspatvh received.
VI.' woll thit nds wull.
James C. Hlaixe.
Tho report of the financo committee
flvinfr tkn llnrtr nt tm sjirMtnrtr nf that
tcadinir f the bill I . . . ,.- ,, J
i J asked me to in- 1"1t managers at S2.000 per annum was
Saw Toss, Ke. ? Oesld waa
bv s Tribes neestst lest eveateg
aad asked whether there weshi te any
farther chaagea is the maeagemeat ef
the Union Pacitt Me a as we red: "Ne
farther ehasgee are esstestpf sled. Mr.
D.lloa wilt devote himself Is the Valid
lag ap ef the property, and has practical
espertoaee aad thorough kaewledge
will sees hare th!eftcL tie to famil
iar with the read, which will make his
task easier teas tt weald have Veea ia
aa eatlrely aew aad untried business
Mr. Dillon to as eU mas. aa yon asy,
but It waa at as advaaeed age whea Mr.
Vaaderbilt was king ef every thing.
aad Mr. Dillon is etresg nad feariear
both in mind nad body."
Ia regard to the
Fraacis Adama in reeigaiag
deacy, Mr. Gould waa somewhat reluc
tant to speak. "We did set see It" he
said, "until wo were es the train on our
return. Mr. Sage was extremely In-4
dignaat aad I doubt If he would haw
entered tbe board if be had heard tbe
address. I was surprised at tbe teae of
I It for when Mr. Adams came to see me
last weok bo thanked me for my effort
Tbo fact is, as I understand,
tbat tho directors really knew
very little about what tbe pr.dcut
was doing. There is a p'cen of road out
i. na a i' lL - --r " ii ii
WHff ftt FARMING PAYS.
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" m.Hr w.a t rntvifiv a tiAaMi
ia and A!"
wrstrra Canaila. bav p,rlsr Un th
nsoatcarefully watrbfHl portion of thn
North American cnliR,ni dnrlr-c tbo
psvatycar. The tbr prulncra bv
tren aptly termed the ffrn.?i anl
paatsre of Cana-I. Manitoba bu
aearly ,4,es.)e actt or n rieat
ef Charles H. peculiarly adajstl to tbo j;nth
the ureal- ef whtat and other c?rral. AinlloU
aaaaosHeining inrr .,,ww.wi o,.-. ,.
fat land- pn;Jatly IUMp to mlttnl
farming, and AlbrrU has -fsCW.OOO acr
of land si fcrtllr a cjin l found. v;
extn' of natural piur; and
bruad dUtrict rich tn coal. mlnorU Ami
timber. In theo tbrsi provtner xhntn
is an abundant watr supply, furnlshwl
by a multitude of lakps rlrcr. erk
and spring, and no portion of thjrlobo
can claim a mart healthful cUmato. no;
one b!tUr lapul to tho growth of tho
1 noat graJei of wboat. or 5o pwUutlo
agriculture In all tv brnchc. Thn
past season was a flnn Illustration of
ia Utah graded and ready for tho rails, J wonderful advantACo and product
land purchase bill by tho Government at
tho commencement of tho last av-ffion Mr.
Moriey communicated with nu as to tbe
course to bi ndoptrd. Having regard to
the avowed absence of any policy oa the
part of tho Liberal icuicrs'nnd parsy with
regard to tho matter of Hid Ian 1 oil I
trongly a'ivlscd Mr. Mor.ey aalr.st any
direct challenge of tho principle of State
tided land purchase, nnd flndmjr that the
fears and alarm of the Kngllsh taxpayers to
State aid by the hypothecation o! Krauts for
local purposes in Ireland n a counter ituar-
antee had been assuaged, that lite hopeless
struggle against the principle of the meat
ure shou.d not bo maintained utid that we
should direct our sole effor:., on thn second
rcadlnajof the bit1, to the assertion of thn
principle of local control. In this 1 um
bound to say Mr. Bloricy entirely agreed
with me. bnt he was at tho sumo time much
hampered and expressed hit snuu o( his
pos tlon In that direction by the attltudo of j Many thanks.
toe extreme stcilon of his party led by Mr.
Labouchere, and in a subs rjuent Inter
view he impressol upon im thu necessity
or meeting the second
wiin a direct negative an
and although it is 150 mi es long tbe dl
rectors know nothing about It There
is another picco eighty miles long In
Southern Kansas, on which I bellev
tho rails have been laid. It does not
connect anywhere with tho Union Pa
cific system, and the directors were sur-
building it These extensions and the
purchase of the Oregon rail war and i
navigation, which I think waa a wlw
one,bave created a considerable float-
jvencaa of th country; wheat and oth?
cereals, roots, vegn tables, bay. ri4 . all
yielded enormou's crop-s and thor' i
more genulao pnwirily and eonunt
montU-dy amonjc tho wttlorsof North
western Canaila. than hx lon r
cnlcd In tbo blorjr of any newly
opfrl agricultural nplcm.
Among all thf-o millions of amof
fertile lands, fr as air toalt nho ?
for now homes, upon t)i'm. ?ttlor from
' owry nation of Kunvt, !rm tho obUw
ing debt but It can easily bo handle L ' ar of I anada at:d frm many partw oi
"What is specially surprising Is tho ; tho Tnltl Sutra n rapidly cwrlwn
addition of about 4.000 natres to tbe , farms and l-vltfg th foumlatlen fern
pay roll and I have not yot been nbte to futdre compottinry
llnd any one wbo can explain the in-'
creasa Tho fact is that tbe road bas !
been run on principles that have never
before boon carried Into practice
Com now, toll mo bat
dertako tho motion 1 igrccl to this, hut
only nn condition tint 1 um iu: t utt-irk
the principle of ihtr m usurc. biu ii. c-oulluu
myself to crltk-ism of its details I think
his was false strategy, halt us uloptevi
out of rrgard to Knj;llsli pi cjudlcus and rad
' 4lnntnl ..ml t 1 .tfl ,1.. PAtMn.t.i.t.a. .t-
i4viti'i aim u t.., fcnu vuiuiitosiuil Jiu-
journed sino die. Arcordmjr to the by
laws tho next tucetin? will take place
The World's Fair lady managers took
un and discussed at irreat lenirth the
Just beloro tha comuitncoinent of this ,,uestion whether or not the board
session I was avaln fiivured with another , i ... . .,
Interview will, "lr. Morley I Impresau I t l'ou ll request tho managumont of tho
upon him thd policy of un oblique mc.hnd j l'a'r l close tho show on Sunday. It
or procedure with reference to land, pur j was finally voted 28 to 31 to do so.
chase and the necessity utid impottancc of i
proviJIngfortho qii(stion of local control CORRECTED CENSUS.
andof limitation in thu upplk-atiuii of fund. I
uuxn-uu wi.uinej.nu i ii.tcii 10 movo on Tli -.rlll..l i-....ui-,i f ,v- ... -
w.w .....'.h. ...w... p. ..... j. ...r. iwmw9 ".
to move on
the first reading of the bin mi iii.mntliiifiit
in favor of this local control, ndisln tuat
irthis were rejected it mi,ht bo left to Hn.
radicals oa thu second road in t; to oppo o
tho principle of tho mcauiruL 'ihi up . termitiation of tho popu'
pcared to be h propnr courtuiitid I lult Mr. ' of tho country. '1 ho t
Money nnucr mo unicsi"!i in-t tins
MlStit .! llrl atnlln.
Hut before 1 can admit ot your par-
I Jns? vour addreasos tonivdaua-hler." .t
The . th father. '1 mi'it know tho oiUini of
dinerenco Dvtwoen the two presidenu ; your debt.
i very aimpio oui very great- .sir. un
ion is an honest practical railroad man,
while Mr. Adams is a theorist.
"When I was in Kansas City last I
beard that Mr. Adams personally owned
a controlling Interest In tbe stock yards
there, and that the railroad was dellv
"in that case, air." said the suitor,
"will you kindly permit me ! tain a
ttrlngla? t'p th l4t.
Head of tho J rm -That a protly
oring llvo-atock at rates that barely cov- touh looking oJllcoroat jou aro oar
ercd tho cost of transportation, while Inl? around. Mr. Travors.
thn n.trw)r v-.U k-aMl B! DtMl fWkt l (h-i I TraVOrS. Yc, T, I Cot this nllh
n til -c
wouiu iuii io my uuiy. istu in ai:i;n v
ho made mc a rcmatkablo pr posal.
Ueferring to ill probuhte itpproueiilni;
victory of tbe Xlbrral parly nt the polls he
suggested some onsldi rations as t. the fu
ture ot tho Irish piity'nnU ho asked me
whether 1 would bo willing to msiuiih! the
rflice of Chief Secretary for Irelaml or
whether I woulJ allow another member of
my party to take tbe position. He a so put
before me the desirability of filling oneot
the ofilccs of tbe Crown in Ireland by a lesnl
member of my party 1 told hliu. amused
as 1 was at tho proposal, that I could not
agree to forfeit In any way thu Indepen
dence ot the party or nny of Its members;
that tho Ir.su people had trtHtcl me
in this movement becauie they believed
that the declaration I h id made to them
tCork In 1SS0 was a true one and rvpre- I
rented my convictions, and that I would '
on no account depart from It. 1 considered
that i.fter tho declaration we had ropcatcd
and msdo the proposal cf Mr. Morley that
wo woul 1 i How ourselves ta bj nbsorbrd
Into English politics was one based upon
an entire misconception of our p sltlon
withrtg.irJ to our Irish constituents and of
tho pledges we had given. In conclusion
ho directed my attention to tha plan of
campaign. Ho said that it would be im
possible for the Libural party when it at
talaed power to do any thing for these evict
ed tenants by direct action and that it would
also bo Impossible for tb-j Irish Parliament
under the power conferred to do any thing
for them, and flinging up hi hands with
agesturuof despair, he exc aimed: "Having
been In Tlpporary, 1 do not know M-iiat to
propose in reard to tbo matter." I told
him this question was a limited ono; that
I did not see that he nerd allow hlnnelf to
bobsmpcred by its future consideration;
that f. nds would be available from America
aad elsewhere for tbe support of those ten
ants as long as might be necessary; that of
course I understood that it was a difficulty.
but that it was a limited ono and should not
bo allowed to interfere with tbe general In
tel est n of tha country.
I allude to this matter onlv because with
in the list few daya a atrong argument In
many minds for my expulsion has been
that unless the Liber ls come Into power
at the next general electioa the plan of
campaign tenants will sutler. A I have
-bowa the Liberals propose to do nothing
for tbe plan of campaign tenants by direct
actioa when th y come into power, but I
:.m entitled to ask thst thn existence rd
these tenants, whom 1 havo suprorted la
ev-ry way in the past and whom J snail con
tlnue to support in the future, shall not
constitute a reason for my expulsion from
Irish politics. I have repentmlly pledged
uiysclt to st-tnd by thcs evicted tcnana
nud they shall not be allowed to suffer and
I believe tbat the Irish people throughout
the world will support nits In this pol cy.
I uo not believe mm any action oi too
Irish prople la supporting mc will ndarg-r
the home rule cause or postpone thu estab
lishment of an Ir.sh Parliament.
Hut even If th danger wiih which we are
threaten d by the Ubcral party of to-day
wero to be realized 1 bo! it vc that the Irisli
people throughout the world would agree
with sne that postponement would be prefer
able to a compromise of our National riilits
by the acceptance of measures which would
not realize the aspirations of our r.t e. 1
havt the honor tn remain ycur faithful
servant, Chaulks Siuaki l'auxru.
Washington. Nov. 2S. Superintend
ent l'orter has completed bis final del
ation slat sties
try. Jhu total differs by
141,710 from that contained in tho bul
lot n issued from tho Census Iliircau on
October UvS. This change is due to tho
correction of errors of what is termed
thelirstor rough count and tho addi
tion of names ascertained to havo been
omittod from tho enumeration. Tho
verified population of the United States
in 1899is03,Cl!a lly States and di
visions it is as follow:
North Atlantic division, 17,401,545
Maine, GoI.OSG; New Hampshire, 37rt.
5110: Vermont 332.422; Massachusetts.
2,338,94.1; Ilhodo Island. 345,o0; Con
necticut, 740,258: New York. 5,097,859;
Now Jersey, l,444,03o; Pennsylvania.
i-outh Atlantic division, 8,857.020
Delaware, 108,403; District of Columbia.
230,392; Maryland. 1,042,390; Virginia.
1.055.9S0; West Virginia, 7D2.794; North
Carolina, 1,017,947; South Carolina,
1.151,149; Goorgia, 1, 8.57, 553; Fior.da.
North Central division. 22,3rV2,279
Ohio. 3,072,310; Indiana, 2.921,404; Illi
nois, 3,S2G,:;51; Michigan, 2,093,889;
Wisconsin. l.GSC,8S0; Minnosota, 1 301,
S26; Iowa, 1.91L89G; Missouri, 2,079.184;
North Dakota, 182.719; South Dakota,
32S.80S; Nebraska, i. 058,910, Kansas, 1,
South Central division, 10.972.893
Kentucky, 1,858.035; Tennessee. 1,707.
518: Alabama, 1,513,017; Missinsippi, 1.-
289.000; Louisiana, 1,118,587; Texas, 2.
i.532; Oklahoma, 01.831; Arkansa 1.
128.179. Western division, 3,027,013 Montana,
132.159; Wyoming, 00,705; Colorado.
412. 19S; New Mexico, 153 593; Arizona.
59.020; Utah, 207,905; Nevada, 45,701;
Idaho. 81.385; Oregon. 313,707; Washing
ton, 349.390; California. 1.208,130.
the stock yards earned ft. 000. 000 ia tbe
last year. This Is something we never
permit on our linen.
"The change In tho management of,
tbo Union Pacific insures harmony
among Western railways and the forma-'
tlon of a strong assoc atlon on about
tbe basis suggested by Chairman Walk
er. It was tho Union Pacific tbat broke
up tbe 'gentlemen's agreement,' al
though Mr. Adams was actlvo In form
ing it It will be tbe purpose of tho
now association not so much to advance
I rates as tocnablo tbe railroads to irnt
those now supposed to !o In force. In
stead of a great paraphernalia of agonts
and Kolfcltors, tho association will havo
central agents in tho large cities and
tho frolght can bo routed under tho
orders of tho committee chosen
iraTors. ics, a r. i stu irm wiwi
the laat raise Ih my salary 1'uok.
IV wren tor- I want to loll you, Ur
llornblowor, hotv touch I hkd your
M-rmon on brotherly loo yoatonlay
morning. It w?. powerful and right t
tho point" Df. llornbloiir i am
very glad If you oBjiVed It," II. "Kn
joyed It! Welt. 1 should ay I ltt'
There aro a Ut uf ;xH)pto In that eh u rah
that 1 bato like kiuoii, and you atuiplr
gavo them fit," lloston Ctxtrter.
Of IIiumI's rrai-rilia ru.4j I- tratttth u
tslly trtjrulnsttlr fenrrt hil f-w inii
III Its UMI th fimnjt)fi -n mIHol f tre-ii.
till lltrf, IH-sl rtkttn f-n ) but till
CtmkJ. Catarrt U (nlilulluul In riurttrr
by tho association. Tbe saving by tbe , E7Z:iXrZZ
abolition of tho Independent officers HrirUiu--k n ti-a- at u tiiut--
wlll bo very large, whllo rates will be
very oaslly and firmly maintained.
Railroads will get the rates In the pres
ent schedtilo and traffic managers will
have tlmo for othor work than listening
to yarns about rates by aorao other lino.
Such an agreement will preserve com
petition for It will tend to glvo tbe lit
tle roads a cbanco. whito tho present
mothod Is driving them Into tbccontrol
or tho larger systems. I think every
Stato in tho Union ought to pasa laws
compelling tbo observance of an agree
ment on that basis."
SOME SILLY SNICKERS.
giving the name of Lindley
at Beatriee ta ether rf.
on ike charge of breaking into
a farm noose and gaUserimg-in n eaaji
tity ot valnable plnader near Bnrehard.
Two Fried ksy. ia aad la yeaaol
ngsj.-aaaaed U Dine aad Hasn DUWn,
awrreled, van th former draw a
knife and slashed tha la tbar three U
cat acrean tha faet aalngnlte
She "Look at tbat lady, Charles.
Isn't ber bonnet heavenlyr Ho "It is
rather high, that's a fact"
CnAKLEY Hollo wnEA "I bad a
weal funny dweam about mesclf lawst
night,' SarcasUc Friend"! didn't
know you were subject to nightmare."
FACETiors Yoctii (during second
shave) ''No matter which way you
draw the razor von shavo down-' Bar
ber "Yes, and you may razor repeated
ly without much fuzz."
Walkei: "Good gracious, Wentman,
how you have changed only a gbost of
your former self. What have you been
doing?" Wentman "Following out the
'Health Hints in tbe newspapers."
Disccssiso the New Baby. Mrs.
Glib "Yes, if any thing can reconcile
me to tbe babv's lanrc couth it is the-
thought tbat when she grows up she
will have plenty of pa for talking."
Willix "What makes you come to
our honse so often. Mr. Hankinson? Do
yon want to marry our Irene?" Miss
Iteae (taken by surprise, bat realizing
with rare presence ot mind that Mr
Haakiasoa has to say something now)
Willie, yon impertinent boy. leave the
"Hew did yea manage ta sell Hew te
Make Hoate Attractive to that woman?
Caavaaafr "When she came lata tbe
parlor I rose as if to leave, aad. begged
bar naraoa far calling, retnarking that
I aaw she did net need any saca book.
(Ska Tseagat tare cap.)
Fiatsx ArmT "I received a atagait-ceattribntotomvskiUtheataerdarat
. ...... -- . . :r . . .1H
saa esatainoa-" jeeaaa anm "in
deed! What waa it?" First Artist
"Yea know tha fictfrra A Storm nt
Sear Well, a ataa aad his wife were
wianrtaa; it, aad I overheard the fellow
say. Caaat away, my dear: that nfctnrs t
Said to lie ".Voajr" Cohaa.
Dui:a.;o. Cal., Nov. 2a A band of
Navajo Indians wero horo yesterday
from their reservation in the southern
part of the State. While they say
"they aro not in if they show from
tbc!r actions they aro greatly excited
over tho reports from Dakota and it
would take but little to indtico them to
join tho Siour. They would talk but
little and claimed to have some com
munication from tho north. Theii
theory is tbat tbo Messiah is none
other than Isidore Cobcn, wbo was
known throughout Southern Colorado
as "Nosey" Cohen, a leader well ac
quainted with their tongues and cus
toms. Many of the Southern Utes talk
of tLo craze with little interest
Over aa KmhmmkmnmU
Kaxsas City, Kan.. Nov. 28. Six
heavily loaded freight cars went over
an embankment at tbe foot of Minne
sota a venae nt 2:90 o'clock yesterday
afternoon, creating a sort of a paaic
among tha iahabitaataof the little but,
in that immediate neighborhood and
almost totally destroying tbe cars. A
Missouri Pacific engine was engaged
in pusbing a Northwestern transfer
train over to the latter company's yards
when tbe front car became derailed and
tumbled over the embankment Before
tbe engiae cenki be stopped Ire other
cars were forced over tbe embankment
No one was injured.
WON BY VALE.
Vale Win the tlreat rt-tell VtmtottAn
Areidfut That Mtghl Have Mmm Mora
Nkw Youk, Nov. 28. Tbe foot-ball
gamo at Eastera park. Brooklyn, in
which tho interest of and every lover of
foot-ball has beoa centered has been
fought and tho blue banner of Yale flies
proudly in tbe breeze while the orange
and black of Princeton trails ia defeat
Princeton's dofeat waa comnletf. ber '
scoro being 0 to Yale's 82.
Tbe game was witnessed by at least
About 12:25 o'clock the crowds that
wero seated oa the free stands on the
eastern side made frantic endeavors to
get a place of vantage. In the scramble
tbat followed a vast throng of men
whowcreataadingin front thought they
could see a way whereby they could
get scats In tbe ruab. They crowded
onto tbo seats, which were onUaarv
portablo base-ball seats, made of cast
iron with planks across for seats.
Tho minute tbe rush began aa omin
ous crack was plainly beard. It waa
followed by a crash, a roar, which was
soon drowned by the voices af men and
women crying out in distress. Tbe
north end of tho eastern bleachers had
fallen and many were injarwd, and the
cheers and boms were hnshnsL It was
half an hour before the crowd recovered
its wonted gaiety. They could net ho'd
off any longer, and aa Us time far tha
beginning of the game waa near the
shock of the secideat was soea forget
tea in tbe expectation of aeeiag tha
tr Umlnatln lb Imixirttl In lit (th! H
tuilM ami font l, ami Uf f"tM" lhe ffrviml
Mrabrno ti healthf mit'tillnn, A hn-'h !-
Ins full Infornisihw "III t mi r t all Im
K. n. H tare to i !?
HoM t?y all 1 nMtt .
r ci. i iom a eu-
ri !" furs, t'f jMrr.l nl
.l-rfhe. Iell. !.
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Hungarians, Mike Herdtck and Dennis
Chesna, were arrested for attempt! ag to
wreck a train on the Delaware, Lacka
wanna & Western railroad near Ply
mouth yesterday afternoon. Tha Hun
garians were seen trying to fasten two
large eonnliaff plan te tha mala track
by the engineer aad iremaa af aeoal
train, waa tank them te the leekaa. A
fast mail trala waa aearly daa aad aa
awfal calamity waa areaaUy averted
by the timely discovery af tha
tiea oa tha track. Tha ansa warn aald
ia ne.W ball far trlaL
l50iAWAaacJs lad.. Kav. it la lift
Omar X Bailey waa caavSetad af
acetaaarj ta tha awarder l
aad ntattawid ta tha
aa4tfcia arsaraf aa aa will aa
Ktsrasras, Maw Xar.
Haatittaa at.Kiftgataa rati way
New Oxlxaxs. Nov. 28. Taa
boat T. P. Leathers, Caput a W. Lamb,
bound from Lakepert Miaa. far Kew
Orleans, was destroyed by Ira at II
o'clock yesterday morning aear Fart
Adams, Mis The boat aad
a total loss.
The chambermaid and fear
aboata. all eolored, were lent.
The T. I. Leathers waa a stem wheat
heat built ia 1 aad awaad fry Cea
iwb i. v. iateersv or thta city,
cost 44.aca. was valaed at f34.aa
iasared far tM.ana. Mwhadaaaataiaaa
bales oa Tasard.
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father asked far Ifaeaaa far Car
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