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SID" CLOUD CHUT.
Tms aataral gas aapary at Colaaabae,
O., has bees cat off; the aaaaly bekaf
Bristol will hare a aew coeliaf dock
Vailt at Avoaaaoath large eaoagh to aa
Tar. epidemic of lagrifpeia Lobbb
ana, which has beea areraleBt
Xorcmbcr 15, has eboBteaded.
Thk military reservation at Fort Gib
run, I. T., has been traaeferred to the
Interior Uepartaaeat fbrsetttaneat.
M. Fi.oo.uet has beea re-elected Preri
deat of the Freach Chamber of Depa
ties, receiriae;383 oat of 333 rotes cast.
iTis reported that the Waahbera-MoeB
Barbed WbeCoatpaaj proposes to erect
at Waakegaa, 11L, shops for f jar thoa
sandmen. A xvoget of pore gold the size of a
bean was found ia the craw of a chicken
near BnrliBgtoa, la., and considerable
gold fcrer has arisen.
Krahti's Wimak wants to drire a
raihray tunnel under New York bay
from Statcn to Long Islaad, aad make
Brooklyn a termiaal point.
Attoknkv-Gexerai. Mim.ck has de
cided that tbe sagar bounties prorided
in the McKinley bill will not be legal
on sugars produced prior to July 1 next.
Thk President has nominated Henry
L? - t:.1 t44 1.J. .. W
onan M uuiwu oiatcnonugc w tc
Eastern district of Michican, to sacceed
.Tudge Brown, now on the Supra
Thk Duke of Mecklenburg-SchweriB
lias officially denied that he offered
Prince Bismarck the Premiership of his
Thk Indiana House passed a resolu
tion criticising the census returns as
grossly inaccurate, and rcpresentatires
in Congress arc instructed to take steps
toward correcting such returns.
George C Baker, clerk in the United
Slates appraiser s office at Philadelphia,
lias been arrested for complicity in
frauds against the Gorcrnment, in
which Spreckles sugar refinery was in
terested. Becexti.y an interested crowd in New
York watched ex-Mayor (trace destroy
by fire C,0,O0a worth of Soath Amer
ican railroad bonds, whJMh had to be
put out of the way to protect a bigstock
1'uank 1. Dkmarkst, member of the
New York Legislature, was arrested at
Nyack, N. Y., recently, charged with
misappropriating money and forging in
dorsements on checks. He refunded the
The Irish Registrar-General in his re
port on the potato crop in Ireland an
nounces that 780,901 acres of potatoes
were planted in 1890, as against 787,334
acres in the preceding year, and that the
yield had decreased 1,037,193 tans.
The German Reichstag has rejected
II err Anr's proposal that the abolition
of the tariff on cereals should be re
ferred to a committee. Herr Richter's
motion to abolish the tariff on cereals
and cattle was also defeated by a rote
Lieutenant Wiijjon, of the Second
artillery, has written a letter to his
father, State Senator Wilson, of Ohio,
in which he denounces in the severest
terms the Government Indian agents.
"These agents," he writes, "are a set of
fcconndrels. and the Indian Bureau is
rotten from top to bottom.'"
Commissioner Ha v. of Wyoming, tele
graphs Secretary Dkkinson, of the
World's Fair at Chicago, that the Gov
ernor has signed the bill appropriating
$30,000 for Wyoming's exhibit at the Ex
position of 1893. The Legislature of
the young State of Wyoming is the first
in the Union to make an appropriation
for this purpose.
FRExen physicians criticise Prof.
Koch's report upon the ingredients of
his famous lymph. They say that the
report is incomplete and does not indi
cate the quanity of the dose or the sub
stances composing tbe liquid. They add
that the remedy is shrouded in mystery
and the necessity of caution is una
bated. They also say that the efficacy
has not been shown and no patient
treated according to the Koch system in
France has been cured.
President Baker, in his address to
the members of the Chicago Board of
Trade at the annual meeting, charged
the Western Union Telegraph Company
with fostering backetahops and said
that he believed the time was ripe for
the .members of the several exchanges
whose relations were intimate and im
portant to establish their own tele
graph lines. A committee of fire 'was
appointed at the meeting to foraaalate
such a plan as suggested by Presideat
Miss Litxian Owen, of Sol Smith
Russell's company, who was journeying
eastwards from San Francisco to wed
Charles Kent, of Stuart Robson's com
pany, died at Chicago recently after a
short illness. Like Miss Emma Abbott,
she was taken ill with pneumonia at
Salt Lake, Utah, bat had temporarily
better fortune than the famous opera
singer, begged to coatiaae to trarel an
til reaching Chicago. She had consid
erable reputation as a bright little som
brette. She was 24 years old.
Secretary Pboctob has received a
letter from General Rager, dated St
Taul, January 1, in regard to the cob
dact of the Indian police taking part ia
the capture of Sitting Ball with a view
to rewarding them for their services
and also proridiag for the families of
the polkeaaeB who were killed in that
engagement. He says': "The conduct
of these men is remarkable for fidelity
as well as coarage and some act a! the
Goreraaaeat ia recognition of them
would seem fit as to those directly con
cerned and expedient for the encourag
ing effect it would hare apoB all the
ladhuaa ef the reserratieB who desire to
eoaform to the mew eoBdiHuaB of thefar
Tjk mew Japaaaaa Minister to the
United ftateavG. Tatea. who has jaat
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Ansa roetiae aaslaeae la tke Senate aa
taclMi ithmtm ea the flaancial bill wmmn
aaana aa Seaater Alkra (Wash.) apoke la
farer f free rehisire. Mr. Mrt a aetiee
that at tae aarlleflt RKNnmt aoMibl atlcr
dlipaalag C Ike tnanrkil bill lie wobM Mk
!a C the eoarrtelK MU. aa4 Mr.
aava the saaie aotiee to the
MH. Uemn. Berry an Cack-
rcN saaka la faror ef free ealaaae
aa4 Mr. Alllsea took the Saor. aa4 the
8eaatoaiJearae....Ia tae HoaaeMr. Deck
ery.aa a aatloa of privilege, ofere a ro
latioa fa reganl to the eoaiMlitecoa rules
rafaalaa; to report hia MllTer pool" reaela
tloa.aa4 4lreet.MK the ronatttee to report.
whSeh aroagttt oa a Utng political wraMale.
Tho reaotatioa was amended bj appoiatlna a
eoaMoMte a are io iBreatlaate the ailrer
pool aad a4opted. Tuc army appropriation
bill was thea eeaaldere4 await adjouraaumt.
lacaeSeaateoa'the Uth Mr. Morgan rare
notice of aa aaaeadaieat to the flaanclal bill,
aboKahina the fas on State bank. Theflnaa
eial bill then cane ap and Mr. Shermaa spoke
ferfoarhoar against the bill. He araaedthat
according to all hiatorical', parallel un
der the free coinage provialon gold would
go, practically out of thcoantryor would be
he'ld at Ka ratae abroad, compared with the
V BiaaAawaUll vat u nrtuanii a Maw'i
ralue ot ailrer bullion abroad. Mr. Aldrich
also opr'taed the bill Adjonrnrd After
dlapoeiag of Mreral public building bill
the Houae retmnied tonsidcratlon of the
army appropriation bill, which occupied
nnch time itli but little accoinplilied. The
report of the ballot box committee wa laid
before the House and tbe House adjourned.
Whejt the Senate met on the Uth consid
eration of tbe financial bill was resumed and
Mr. Iniralls argued at lenjrth in favor of the
bill as amended favorable to free coinaire.
Tbe debate on Mr. Stewart's amendment (tbe
free silver coinage feature) having closed, a
vote was taken and It was adopted by I2yeas
to 3 nays; 36 Democrats and 1 Republicans
voting In the aalrmatire and 27 Republicans
and 3 Democrats in the negative. The
amendment to strike out the provision for
issuing SJB9,6ae,e) in two per cent, bond
to buy outstanding bond waa struck out.
Mr. Vest then offered an a Hutmtitnte foi
bill a Bureiv free coinage bill, which
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agreed to and the bill then passed by 29 yeas
to 27 nay. A motion to take up the elections
bill resulted ia a tie, Xt to St. and the Vice
President voted In the affirmative. Ad
journed The army appropriation bill was
further considered In the House and passed,
and after considering for a time the District
Of Columbia bill the House adjourned.
Ix tbe Senate on tlc 15th Mr. Mandersoa
Introduced a bill to establish a branch mint
at Omaha. Mr. Morgan offered a concurrent
resolution on the subject of the Information
or suggestion for a writ of prohibition in
the Pnpreme Court in connection with tbe
Behr;ng aea dispate, which was referred.
Tbe elections bill was then taken up and Mr.
Kvarts spoke in favor of it. Mr. 1'aseo ob
tained the floor aad the Senate adjourned. . . .
In the House the free coinage bill was re
eeired from the Senate and Mr. llland (Mo.)
expressed tbe hope that early action would
be taken. The Sneaker appointed Messrs.
Dingley, Payne, Rowel!, Dockery and Oates
a committee to investigate tbe silver pool.
Mr. Dockerv was excused and Mr. Poole
(Ark.) appointed in his place. Adjourned.
PETTnoxs were presented in the Senate on
tbe 16th, among them petitions from fourteen
different States against the passage of the
elections bill. Abont a dozen prirate pen-
sion eiii passed ana tne elections bill was
taken up aa anflnished basinets Mr. Psco
spoke against tbe bill at much length, and at
6:10 o'clock Mr. Woleott (Col ) moved to ad
journ, which motion was defeated by a vote
127 yeas too 3J nays Then the fight com
menced in earnest ariu was continued until 2
o'clock In the morning, at which hour there
was no quorum and the Senate was still in
session In the House the District of Co
lumbia bill was taken up, but all the
speeches were on different subjects than ,the
bill under consideration. At the evening
session seventy two prirate pension bills
PKBSOKAI. AND POLITICAL.
The Siecle, of Paris, announces that
Mr. John Dillon, upon his arrival in
France, will be chosen as leader of the
Irish Parliamentary party.
Baron Haussm an, the regenerator of
Paris, is dead. He was born in 1800.
Stanford has been re-elected Sena
tor for California.
A reception to the diplomatic corps
was giren by the President and Mrs.
Harrison on the 13th.
Secretary Proctors son is seriously
ill at his father's residence in Washing
ton and the family hare been compelled
to abandon their social engagements
for the present.
Mr. Gladstone has contributed 25
toward tbe Balfour Irish relief fund.
It is said the British Government is
behind the sealing suit brought against
the United States in the Supreme Court,
believing that Mr. Blaine can not estab
lish his closed sea claims in his own
country. The suit is a novel one and is
oaTeasirely regarded by the State De
partment Actress Herndon has been divorced.
At the Republican caucus at Concord,
N. H., J. H. Gallenger was nominated
for the United State Senate.
Tub Indiana Legislature wants Con
gress to amend the Constitution so that
United States Senators may be elected
by popular rote.
Br action of the Republican caucuses
of Illinois and New Hampshire Senators
Farwell and Blair are retired.
At the Republican caucus at Spring
leld, DL. ex-Governor "Dick' Oglesby
was nominated to sacceed Senator Far
well ia the United States Senate.
Lieutenant James D. Mann, Sev
enth cavalry, died at Fort Riley, Kan.
He was wonnded in the battle at
Wounded Knee creek December 2.
Tbe hostiles surrendered to General
Miles at the Pine Ridge agency on the
John W. Root, consulting architect
of the World's Fair, ia dead.
Mb. Charles Bradlavok, member of
the British Parliament for Northamp
ton, the well known free thinker, is se
Colonel John McCaull, the once
great impressario, is now a hopeless in
valid at his residence in Baltimore, Md.
Hia lower limbs are partially paralyzed,
hia sight is dim. aad at times he has
scarcely the use of his mental faculties.
Lewis Landers, who was with Gen
eral Jackson at the battle of New Or
leans, died in Limestone County, Tenn
essee, the other day, aged ninety-nine
years. He was in fine health to the
The Pope has remonstrated with the
Russian Gorcrnment for its pcrsecutioa
of Catholics and for closing the Catho
lic churches ia Vilna.
The Earl of Deron is dead, aged 88.
After nearly a years fght the mold
ersatHpeffiagahoaT Lane's foundry
at Ciaciaaati aa ve aecared aa advance
ia wages of S per cent.
Charles Seems, Miltoa Gilraore,
Grant Gray aad Will Babcock were in
stantly killed by a trait oa the Lake
Shore railroad a few mites east of Fre-
t,U. All the men were retarniaa?
froat asarkel Ther were in
aled, which was demolished aad the
What ia said to be the heaviest dam-
salt ever begun ia the FeaVral
beea broaaht at CbWan kr
TOrmb Staasaa, of New YoricajaJart
Joha V. FarwelV Charles B. Farwell
aad Aimer Taylor, the amoaat aoaght
helac placed at Sl.SM.eM. Therit
grows oat of the baildiag of the TTexaa
State Capitol. -
The MMatrikiag miaera at Bloctoa.
fivJ T2? c-e? , back to W01
attheoldrate. It k thomrht t
-AJi. AMaUDOwx, the New York dry
mean dealer, has lied a schednl at.
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Cal., with S.9M aealalrfas oa boar,
caatrht aa opea water.
Tans loaaaaotire works at Tirhanaai,
Vs., aareaeeabaraed. Loas, ttla,tM.
Ix froat of the Wkadaor Hotel ot Dea
rer, CoL, Harley McCoy iaaalted Chief
of Police Farley, whea the latter drew
a rerolrer aad shot McCoy sereral
times. McCoy retained the f re. kill
iae; Farley. McCoy was aot expected
The prize flght at New Orleaas be
tween FitzsiauBons, of New Zealand,
and Deupsey, of America, was won by
Fitzsimtnons soasewhat easily 1b thir
Tur Treasury Uepartment nan an-
thorized the allrfwaace of the asual
, w b ftn n-:iK made from imnorted
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material and used in connection with
domestic lamber in manufactares of
case or boxes exported as covering for
oil in tin cans.
The Postmaster-General, after an in
vestigation made by post-office inspec
tors of the trouble at Catherine, Ala.,
has issued an order abolishing the post
office at that place.
The largest oatmeal mill owners in
the country, in conference in Chicago,
have virtually agreed on a plan of con
Three earthqaakes occurred on the
15th at ParraL in the State of Chihua
hua, Mexico. The gallery of the con
vent of tbe Sacred Heart gave way,
killing six persons and wounding nine.
Cable communication with Chilt has
been cut off, it is believed by action of
revolution and. the censorship of the
party in power.
An American bobbin, spool and shut
tle company has been organized at
Portland, Me., with 1,000,000 paid up
TnE "black death" is reported raging
In response to a petition to that ef
fect, tho telegraph operators on the
line of the "Nickel Plate" road be
tween Chicago and Cleveland hare been
granted an advance in wages of $5 per
John C. Hall, who has always had
the reputation of being one of the most
careful and upright lawyers in San
Francisco, is said to be a defaulter to
the amount of more than 8150,000. His
downfall is due to gambling in stocks.
A dispatch from Sydney, N. S. W.,
states that Stevenson, of New Zealand,
defeated Bubear, of England, in a scull
ing match rowed on the Paramatta
river. The championship match will be
contested on April 28 between McLean
and Stanbury. The stakes are $1,000 a
The Stoneboro Savings Bank and the
Sandy Lake Savings Bank, of Green
ville, Pa., both of which were largely
managed by the same parties, hare
failed. The liabilities of the Stoneboro
institution exceeds the assets, but the
Sandy Lake concern claims to be able
to pay its debts in full.
Mrs. Steele, wife of Gorernor Steele
of Oklahoma, was seriously injured at
Marion, Ind., by a fall on the icy pave
ment. There arc apprehensions as to
Business failures (Dun's report) for
the sercn days ended January 15 num
bered 411, compared with 403 the pre
vious week and U5G the corresponding
week of last year.
Another sensation has been sprung
by Gorernor Horey sending to the Indi
ana Legislature a special message
charging Warden Murdoch, of the
Northern prison, with embezzling
The two warring factions of the Col
orado Legislature have failed so far to
reach an amicable settlement of their
The worst fire for years occurred re
cently in a four-story block in Rut
land, Vt. Many valuable records and
documents were destroyed.
The Players' League has gone out of
existence. The National League, West
ern Association and American Associa
tion are united in a National agree
ment. Wallace Letherh, nephew of Gen
eral Lew Wallace, fell from a window
in St. Paul, Minn., and was killed.
Many believe it was a suicide.
The great Dobson carpet mills near
Philadelphia hare been destroyed by
fire. Loss, $600,000.
The recent disgraceful scenes in the
Colorado House resulted in murder, In
spector of Police Hawley dying from
the bullet wound inflicted byDoor.
The legislative day of the Senate of
the loth was continued until 6 p. m. of
the 17th, when the elections bill was
laid aside informally and adjournment
was had until the 19th.
Threk Indian lads who ran away
from the school at Anadarko, I. T.,
were frozen to death. The principal ot
the school fled, fearing the rengeaace
of the relatires of the boys.
Geosoe Baxcboft, the renerable
historian, died at Washington on the
17th. He was born at Worcester, Maes.,
October 3, lWO.
The alarm caused by tbe rerolution
ary outbreak in Eatre Bios, Argentine
Confederation, has subsided.
Clearing house returns for the week
ended January 17 showed aa average
increase of 7.2 compared with the cor
responding week of last year. Ia New
York the increase was 7.."
The London Stock Exchaage waa
buoyant during the week eaded Janu
ary 17. Money was abundairf. The
Paris Bourse was firm with aa upward
tendency. Berlin was irregular aad
Wat.lbridge's hardware store, Buf
falo, N. ., burned receatly. Lose,
25,eJ0; insurance, 99ie,fe.
A pispatch says that the rerolt ia
Chili is sprcadieg rapidly. The laser
gents are rery energetic aad are said to
he managing their campeiga ia a rery
skillfal manner. They appear to he
possessed of large resoercca aad the is
eae, accordag to the dispatch, ia very
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NEBRASKA STATE NEWa
aa tae 9th Uevtea-
tek hit .seat aa
A m arise te reregaia
flaveraor ajajera aader protest
ar a roiaef Mtott. Attacaawr
aresowttoa waa adeptca iaa
ratal raraUb each aaesaaer
with are asMr papers or the aaalraleat m
aereral eats were iaauesa.aa.aaa
tae aamber af eel-
eiaeatlaa, ever tho approval of the Journal.
Tae afleraaaa proceeding were equally as
tatar Mtaag, aaeept when a motion was made
by Mr. aarader that a committee be appelat
ed to call ea the Governor aad inform him
that the HooaaUrirgaaiaed, and Mr. sterns
eorf wanted to know bow many Governors
there were. Wlthoat reaching any conclu
sion the Hoase adjourned.
Tan annate held a brief aesslea on the lath
adjoamad until Monday.... The House
lata aaaemMiac aad then the pending
motion at adjournment, to send a committee
to the Governor, was taken up and la
eoaaitely postponed. Mr. Breaaan offered a
reaelatioa instructing the Governor to re
qaest the President to place tbe Indians
aderthe military departments of tbe Gov
ernment. Mr. Howe asked: "What Gov
ernor?" aad tbe resolution was tabled. The
Hoase than adjourned.
THK Senate met at 3 o'clock oa the 12th.
The Journal of Saturday waa approved. A
memorial to Congrcf as presented by Sen
ator Btcveaa setting forth the needs of many
counties in the Mate devastated by drought
and asking an appropriation of Il'ooo.ooo for
tbe needy. It was read a flrt time. The ap
proval of the Journal of the Joint esion vg
deferred another day and the Senate ad
journed The House met at 4 oYlcx-k ami
tbe Speaker announced the standing com.
mlttecs. A memorial was presented asklug
Congress to make an appropriation for t lie
needy counties of the Mate. A resolution
that a special committee draft a bill making
an appropriation for the drought sufferers
waa adopted, the amount beiiig fixed at f 100,
000. Bills were Introduced and by unanimous
consent the concurrent resolution axing
Tuesday, January 20. m, for hearing the
contest on executive oft! e of the State m
read the third time and adopted. Adjourned.
Ix the Senate on the 13th routine buitie4
occupied much time, heuutor Kuntz was
appointed oa behalf of the K-nate, to act
with two members of the Houxe as a dflegal
tion to tbe irrigation contention to beheld
at McCook January 28. A resolution was
adopted that It is the sense of the Senate
that immediate action be taken toproide
for the drougth sufferers out of the State
funds. Mr. Coulton introduced a bill repeal
Ingthc bounty on the manufacture of sugar,
and Mr. Shea a bill reducing the compensa
tion of county offfecrs. Rut little other bu-
Iness was transacted. ..The House Indefinite
ly postponed the approval of the minutes of
the Joint session. A large number of bilU
were introduced. Several bills were read a
second time and referred. At the afternoon
session a gavel was presented to the Speaker
on behalf of tbe people of Clay County. A
motion prevailed that each member Ik
furnished with five daily papers and wrap
pcrsandten two-cent stamps Modle and
Reynolds were appointed a committee to at
tend the irrigation convention at McCook.
THB Senate on the Htli wrangled all day
over tbe Journal of the Joint session. The
Democrats and Republicans Joined in efforts
to have it corrected so as to recognize Lieutenant-Governor
Meiklejnhn as presiding
officer, but were outvoted at all points by the
Independent who finally carried the day ami
the Senate adjourned In the House the
Speaker announced the Judiciary Committee
with Shrader, of Logan, an chairman Many
bills were introduced ami by invitation lir.
Martin, ot Kearney, addrctscd the House on
the condition of the drought stricken region.
At the afternoon session. Mr. Modie iii.tde a
report that measures were being taken for
immediate relief of drought sufferer-). After
the introduction of bill the l!ouu ad
journed. Ix tbe Senate on the r.tli much time wai
consumed in correcting the Journal. Senator
Swltzer offered a resolution to expunge
from the record the resolution of the Joint
session protesting against the action of the
Supreme Court in ordering the Speaker to
canvass the vote at the late election, but It
was defeated by 17 to 14. A resolution was
adopted authorizing the chair to appoint a
committee on apportionment. ..In the House
the Speaker announced the committees.
Much time was occupied in iliscusslug econ
omy in the conduct of the House, the cutting
down ot the number of employes, and. the
question of relief for drought sufferer-),
the afternoon session a resolution."
adopted directing the State relief coin
to procure supplies for drought sufTire
through the State purchasing ugent of the
Alliance. After the Introduction of bills the
Willie McDoxouuii, a tramp, was
recently killed by the cars at Sidney.
The farmers of Thayer County sowed
more wheat last fall than anv previous
season for twenty years.
A cak LOftto of corn and flour was re
cently shipped from Gretna to the suf
ferers of Western Nebraska.
Madisox school children had their va
cation extended another week on ac
count of the prevalence of diphtheria.
The general merchandise store of W.
H. Cline at Broken Bow has been closed
by creditors. The liabilities are $20,000,
with assets nominally the same.
The widow of Ernest Feidler, who
suicided near Platte Center recently,
tried to burn herself to death a few
days later. She was removed to the
Columbus jail a raving maniac.
Judge Cochrax, of Arapahoe, has de
clared that he will not confirm any real
estate mortgage foreclosures where the
mortgagor resides on the land and it is
shown that failure of crops was the
cause of non-payment.
A committee apointcd to examine the
accounts of Pius Neff, who was treas
urer of Dakota County for eight years,
found them 9230 short. He gave a ten-
months' note for the amount and his
bondsmen were discharged.
Oxlt 346 rotes were cast at the spe
cial election held in Norfolk on the
question of issuing 915,000 bonds. The
proposition was defeated, a majority
roting for the bonds, but not the re
quisite two-thirds being secured.
Ix accordance with the action
of the Board of Public Lands and
Buildings, cx-Gorernor Thayer on the
15th surrendered possession of the ex
ecutive department under protest.
Gorernor Boyd took possession of the
Johx Sheedt, an old and wealthy
resident of Lincoln, died the other night
from the injuries received at the hands
of an unknown assailant the night be
fore. There waa no clew to the mur
derer's identity. This was the second
time in the past two months that Mr.
Sheedy was assaulted.
Hkxrt Clevklaxd's team ran away
in Coleridge receatly while his daughter
waa driving. She jumped out with a
bebyia her anas and a leg of the infant
was brokea at the thigh.
While cnttiag timber near Beatrice
the other day,- Detrich Sehroeder, a
farmer, waa killed by a tree falling
DirTHKaiA prevails in the casters
part of Harlaa Coaaty.
Ik aiaeteea counties woatea are
saperiateBdeats of pablks iastractioa.
A fractious horse reared aad strack
W. E. Gleasoe,.. who waa leadiag Hia
Hoaltiaa. Wayae Coaaty. Themeawaa
trampled oa aad daageroaary iajared.
Stock ia likely to suffer by the heavr
fall of saowia Dundy Coaaty. Tee de
mand of destitate people for aid he
greatly inrreeat i aad the sapplyisaet
to go around.
hoase of William
of Crehrhtoa. waa totaUr
a reeeatly. rally
aetweea 2f oreasber 1 aad December 31.
of MW for the
- aUNCflOrr DCAD.
WAAMaaroy, Jaa. It. George Baa
croft, the eaerahle hhaerlaa. died very
saddealy fmtarday evening.
It had beea realised that Mr. Haa
eroft eaaht hardly aarrire atach laager
the htereaaiag fatfrmitic iacaleat to
his extreane age. bat he had been ia
cheerfal spirits aad apparcatly better
health this year niece his retara
Newport thea for sereral
no that hia death waa aaddea aad
pected to all sarc the few iathaate
friend who haew of the attack of Hi
re which carried aha of. The ead
waa quiet and peacefal and cease after
a period of aacoaicioaaacas lasting
about tweaty-foar hoars.
Mr. Baacroft for aome years had beea
in the habit of speeding about Ave
months ia Newport aad passiae; tbe
winter and colder seaaoa of the year ia
Washington. Two years ago he had a
severe attack of sickness which kept
him in bed for four or five weeks, aad
as he was then in his eighty-ninth year
grave apprehensions were felt forhU
life. He recovered, however, though
he was never after that as strong as he
had formerly been. He came to this
city from Newport last October. He
waa in fine health and spirits and had an
excellent appetite and a good faculty
for sleep until last week when he
caught a slight cold. He had alwav
lived carefully but generously and had
said repeatedly within the last mx
weeks that he had never jdent better
nor had a Imtter appetite. Notwith
standing hin cold he continued to seek
outdoor exercise every daj- until Thurs
day when he tk to his bed as a matter
Mr. I.uncroft's illness was less than
ten days. He failed rapidly Friday and
ttecamc unconscious in the aftcrjioon.
in wrncii state he remained until the
end. His son, John C. Hancroft, who,
with his wife, kept house for the his
torian, was with him in his last mo
ments. Mr. Kancroft was always fond o' out
door exercise, to which in a large meas
ure he attributed his iood health and pn
longcd life, and after he discontinued
horseback r.ding he regularly walked
alntut the ciy, attended by an old ser
ranL He lived here iu a large, old
fashioned double house on 11 street in a
fashionable neighborhood, and his
garden here, as at Newport, was
filled with choice roses, in which
flower he delighted. He regarded
his life work a finished two years ago.
and of late had done no literary work.
During the last decade lie had revised
his great work, "The History of the
L'nited States," going over it in a se
verely critical style and eliminating the
flowers of rhetoric in the early work.
His last production was a history of tho
formation of the Constitution. He un
dertook to write a history of President
Polk's administration, in whose Cabinet
he served as Secretary of the Navy, ltit
was compelled to abandon it.
George llancrof t w as lmrn in Worces
ter, Mass.. Octoler .1, 1800. Me was
a son of Kev. Aaron Bancroft. He was
prepared for college at Exeter, N. II.,
graduated at Harvard when IT years of
age and went to Germany. At Gut
tingen, where he resided for two years,
he studied German literature under
Itcnecke, French and Italian literature
under Artaud and llunsen. Arabic,
Hebrew and Scripture interpretation
under Eichhorn, history under Planck
and Hecren, natural history under lllu
menhaek, Rome under Dissen, with
whom he took a course of Greek philos
ophy. FATAL GAS EXPLOSION.
Kiploslen I Natural f.as at t'indlay. ..
reek a Large Hotel. Klllins; and Injur-
las; a Nnmber of I'ersnns.
Fixdlav, O., Jan. 1!. Yesterday an
explosion of gas, which had collected in
an old cistern under the dining room
of the Marvin Hotel, the finest in Find
lay, wrecked the rear wing of the
building, killing one person, seriously
injuring several others and causing a
damage to the property of probably
Kitty Walters, dining room girl, aged
l'., was instantly killed.
The injured are: Ella Johnson, bad
ly burned, probably fatal I3.
Katie Rooney. seriously burned alout
the face and will lose one eye.
Carrie McGraff, eut and badly burned.
Frank Poundstonc, clerk, severely
Frank B. Andrews, proprietor, slight
A. E. Marvin, owner of building, cut
The gas had been leaking for several
days but an attempt to find the leak
proved unsuccssful. The parties hurt
were all in the mom and two plumbers
were under the floor looking for the
escape. A few minutes before the ex
plosion the natural gas burner in the
dining room stove was lighted and it is
supposed the escaping gas ignited there
from. The unfortunates were blown
about the room in profusion, two or
three being blown clear through the
windows to the middle of the street.
The floor of the entire dining room was
raised and the plastering broken from
the walls and ceiling. Every pane of
glass in the building was broken and
the four story building is badly wrecked.
The explosion took place just five
minutes before the call for dinner would
have been made, otherwise the room
would have been filled and the loss of
life would have been appalling. The
proprietors of the hotel, Mr. Frank An
drews and brother, of Bradford. Pa.,
had been in charge of the Marvin House
only since January 1.
(1st ! the Belea.
Dm Moixes, la.. Jan. 18. I'resident
Polk, of the National Farmers Alli
ance, has written Governor Boies a let
ter, warmly commending him for his
bold and fearless utterances in behalf o
the farmers of America made by him jn
his speech at the recent banquet of the
New York Tariff Reform Club, aad also
praising him for the ability with which
his views were presented. This froee
the highest aethoritr in the council of
the farmers will cause a good deal of
consternation among the Iowa repre
seatatire editors and politicians who
hare been assailiBg Gorernor Boies for
what Presideat Polk commends him.
WAaanrarosr, Jan. 18. The beaate
Committee oa Inter-State Commerce
has added some aisha; toaches to the
peadina; bill to amend the Inter-SUte
law aad ataemied tae laa-
of the third sectioa relative to
the eatoblishiar of throaajh roatea over
coaaectiasT rail ways by sabstitatiafthe
following. -! facilities to he so af
forded shall iaclade thedaeaad reaaoa
able reeeirrag, forwardiair aad delirer
iaf by oae coaaaaoa carrier at the re-
at alaroagh rates of tare.'
aegai , . . TaacaautaeiatBua muaa nawj aa ..
-- .- labaaraanaarTBT Titer "Z . - A
Following are the tfeeat committee:
Ja4k-lary-Vllln, Berk, rwynler. Ctrtttt.
Koaata. CarUtwecrs, Maore. uear,
vlaaace. Way and atea-AUeT, ita.
Steves. Wlliw, Mattes. tjritrtm. atM
way. ASTCMMttrc--llora. Randall. Willisana,
Taylor. Htarliwca. Van Mouth. TSoms.
Highways. Brtdera and rrrir-Varwer.
Dysart. Taylor. Ian. WamJ.
Account aad Esnendltbt e Reck. Collins,
Iwynter. COattcr. Warner.
Military Afalra-Kttaaix. Warner. tay,
Maaicinwl Affslrti-Moore. X.chrner, Uy.
art. Turner. rlttocrwit
ftablfc Lands mn4 RulMias-Wsrnr.
Saiiih. foalter. loUin,far. wnf.nTiU)er.
Interna! Impiovmieau tlivticuer. a III
-ScImv.1 fjtud and sh.i funds RaadalL
Hill. fyaart,TnMnsa. i:rio.
Federal Relations Collin. XiicUcnrr.Reck.
Public lrluttn-Djy. Mrvtn. Hill. .shea.
Knrolt.il and r.t......l Kill Ta!or.
Knini. ar. limn, UimvN. sw,((.r. I'.rown,
County mi'l 1 ounjv KounaariMtJitli.
Samler. K'.Miiili' Ki Hw-r, M.ul.nrk,
rltienti,in Minolta ay, Ta!tr.
I.ilirrj suca. Collin, .-juilrr-. Hill.
Tayior, Turner Won
IIjiiL" nnit CitroiK y Conltrr, Collin. $r
Vru, Stintiiwny. Mattr.
Ujllnmil st.- 1 ti. Warner. Knn. Iij u
tiT. Kun.ur, CIrLito:Iir-on. Uromi.l honiav
Mlc Itaiicoti C4rHmtltnlitt. Kan
dull, Mfehnier.Hltxlcr. Wjwlv.
?Utc l'rj-...il.,.,,f. Kouiii. ltivla'.l. Kk
-l-l.ifi,( u .((.!tcr4ii
l'nlci. :ui, .Vuriiial -stii) 5teVtn,
Tu lor, la . Sliia, Minium a .
Ctililutiuiiiil AiiK'ixlmt iitv ;, V. Me.
t'n, Hwuntz T'lrmr, Mhrin. WIvn, Kci
ir. I'm Wie Charitlr-sitKler, Tutnrr. Wit
Imiii. .sjinlri", Umm.
IVi III srs and Klixtmil-INiMitn. Smith.
Coulter, is liraiit.Tliom.i.
I.ii -Iik-L, mill t.r.ixiii lUntUll, Warner,
1 wirt. U'lUoit, .tn lloii.ru.
Ml ell.nutiu nlj- t I'.tynter. -"tetru.
Uarner. Coulter, au IIuidcii, Ksletuii,
M1tUr.1l I.eiMutlou-IIroHn. Horn, Hill,
ln-.me HuiHtul Ketpi'r Hill, Wlltt.iin.
lHaf, Pmiib ami Iltlud llopltal-'tarbuck.
Kcfortii seliixil and Home for the r'rlcud
leH sm,t ;M i, JJoorc.
KmiKratloit .Mutter, Mtrliftirr, Turner,
S.iiul . KItioii.
Mines aiKl Mini ml Wil.oon, Horn 4id
er. U'illinui. Mattr.
M.Hiuf.v turrr nd omuuur-Clmtot-fersoti,
Wnriiri, mttli. I irl.l luun....
l-tUir ainlrr, Mkliener. t., U (xn1,
Ilrxiniir- Tojnttr, Coulii r. sl ,-ti., M4t
te. .Moo 1 1'.
Culr I'ovnlrr. Meu, 'luriiiT Vuu
roMler. Ilouir Kousite, Smith, Coutttr.
Warner, Van Hotim.
st.imliiif; Comiiiliio nii., I'o v ii( r,
Horn. WVriirr, IIrW. Si'hniio. Thoin.i
Iiii!iiIi1.iI Homo unit lii.lltnlr lor I-. l.tc
.MiiiiIi-iI 011tl1 Willi.im. t'olliio. Iiiiiut,
llroii, Murluti I;.
Tin llmiwr iiitiituillt'rt
!pe.tkrl nil' :i lollow.
auuouiHcd by ihe
Imliri.ii 'flu suit r, Knme. .i poMcr,
Tajlnr. Mci:.iioltl., Ijuu.it, lli-rmini ,le
U iitMin,C;ipck. CornUlc 1
Kitiplovt IU'riunii.l.in1ii. lom.it loir, i
IhihSou, t npelc. Mewnrl. Mrhr U il.on.
1...I... u... i i.i.. w..i . . i - .. .
i.nii't : c:iki'i i.IiIit. -ii.nlcr. Cu iivuit r.
..ni II..v... tl. .......! i o. .
t:inio. Hour. .Mi hrtuolila lliriui-iii
:. ....... .. ...i at.... vi i i t.
r iiiume. t.ia niui JHe.iii.-..M'inN. si,.
. ... . i .. . . .... .. .. -
n, Mxliiinnn. Morm. I'ltiiit-li. i.ufliin
Meuait. . Itiuder. t nimli, t.illlt ih.sIih.m k
AKiicultmc MiNlie. Curti. chelp, f
berry, .lohnxon. He:tth, fee
Ko:il jiml llritlgr- Kcirhiincrr. Iiuiiik,
Coiblnril. (tlwin, IMi'kctou, iiimIi wuter,
Mllltln Miin of ll.tllr. l,iirtill,Tjlor,
loboii,.ttto'il, U'IImui. onl, Hll-e, s, Ciiu
I'ubllr l-unlnoil Itiiihllus I'nlmiii. Cii
111. in. W.thlron. WillUm of r'niuklln, Hun
nrlt. Uriel., Krtiae, sMnrt, Uillitim. CUpp,
Iteatlt. Ilitcliie. Ileeker.
Intel mil Ililprot emeiit ll.in holomeH ,
rurnelt.Mi'Mii of t'tiruuf, Ifutc. tiiKonl.
Keilrr.il Itelutlon sioim, .fo.iefi, fittnn,
MrCutelteii, 1'orler, lire en.
Account and Ktpcmliturr Wnhlron,
Shrjock. Kritae, Stieu of Killmore, liar
tholomrw. Porter, fro!. Pohlm tn.
Coiistitution.il Amendment Mrrrna of
Fortius Fnlliin, lloh.iu, t .trprtilcr, Porli i.
Storm. Oli-oii, Mh:tppvll. H.-.iih, CornMi,
County Itotiml.trle. (ouuiy he.-it- nn-l
TomiikIiIji Utc.itiirutloii U llli.iin- of flunk
Hit, I.OIHMX. I'tilloii. Slir.iiler, Km k. Ilctiry,
Cm tl. Ijimp. Viindrveiitrr
K.iilromU Mclenotd, Dunn. -Ii'rli,
llertmin. Slirnder. Porter. Mullen, Wa In-rry,
t;le, Vorhrs. tiufllit. Tavlor of .lohuaon.
Monti, Cnisnb, Monti.
Privilege and Kleellona Tnjlor of .f.ihn
son. Met ens of Fttrntia. eodeniuiii. Kolt.in,
Nenlierr)'. ehelp. lliinti. urlte. Attica,
Petiitenthirj Steattrt, illiatu of Fr.mk
Mil. Ilium. I.tliitiet, llllth. Juhiiaon, Moille.
KiVi lute and Taxation 'Hrprnter, "k-oit.
Mevens t Fillmore. Johnson, KiiKulcp.Modir,
Mullen, yelaon.eternsdotff. .ikley, MK
lilmr llerniaii.Wllliaiiisor Fr:inUliiiJtrh
luiia. Parker. Fellon.WIIon. Illnkle.CortiUlt,
Foul. Ilertr.ttid, Itteen, Fro-t.
Apinirtloninenl nti. Hone. MrKcj nolil,
Herman. Storm. Henry. .Iohnon of Vulicj-,
Iitmis, Jnnr. tebbln. .,nin, TnNr of
Johu.oii. Frot. seliriulrr. While
Itenetonlent llistillltloti KuIe. Cale,
Kiler. WilMin. Iiekerott, I'.rrnii.in. tl.ikley
Flh Culture :iml i.unit iVnton. t.anlnrr.
Cspck, Ford, Mertiadorff, llnttnau, llttae.
Felker, llerf rand. Itreen.
Iiiatiranee llU'keraoti, Fttltoit.l.4leclielp,
Taylor ol ltutler,Feltnn.iilotreldt, Kltchle.
Telearaph and Trlephottc Curtla, Ihinu,
Krlek, Riley. Jrmltli, Flamme, i.erdc. Ilitikle,
Meilteal Selrtles, Sunitnv liw Parker.
Vorhes. Wilson. Riley. Werner. Nclaoti.
Fees and Sjlarlea Mulhii, Fulton, Pkkfn
son. lnlaoii. Carpenter. Fe', llcaiii, Cltchie,
soldiers' Home Krick. Fttltou.McCutehen,
euiith, H'llaon. Mevrn. Mohan.
llta.im' lloplt:ila llmle-.ui. furli. Wll
son, Siclsol, Voorhcc. Jones, Ilcnrane,
Other Ayluin Ilunn. l-ouias. chelp.
Ilobson. Mebbins. RuffaIea,t;o.Mard, Svklvt
Corporation oddard. Arnohl, Rokan,
Hen rich. Heriitsn. ?chsf pel. Hall.
Library limai, Porter. Tajlor. Henry,
Uunaett. CapeaT. Sfei nsdnrffi.
, Ksrapa fraatrsteta.
WicMtTA, Kan- Jan. is, In the cell
in the jail occupied by the Oklahoma
murderer, Maddox. Jacnts and Stan
ley, the sheriff discovered this morninjf
a complete outfit of aw and keys, aad
thus nipped in the bnd a proposed jail
break, evidently aided from the outside
At a meetimr of repre.sentative opera
tors of the t'nion Pacific system at
Omaha. Neb., it waa, ajrrrcd to pet a
boycott oa tbe Chicajru, 31 ilwankee and
HU Iaal railroad, ami that no freight
or tickets ahoald jfo via that lisc that
coald be roated any other way.
FaUXJaaczBTA has a female aaetioa
eer. DCRtse the aatt six aaoatha aot leaa
thea 25e thaberdahaa have beea takea
aa m Waahaeftoa hyyeeaaj mnata.
Mae. WnxiAJt Fcrrt. who lives ia
the Siaaahoaiaa;asoaataiaaof Peaaayl
vairK has wit Wa the Iaat three rears
killed three wfldeats, three deer, three
bears aad a wild tarhey.
A Waldo Gecxrr (Ste.) teacher aot
ret oat f her teeaa awaiee herachool
throuarh traaae anaam asBes taav Mr eaaaaaaaraaie ea- aara fjaaea aaa aeee aaaae eeaaevsa aaaa
' aide werk, aad it ia clajajad has dm- to da the tehheti.
ninsM aank vsaar BMaas-. aawaafw.
Uval las' ssva rmmmw SBV mmmi amMmmm
aa raaavrra aa swaas-v-
. . - r -. .--. te tear
Baatr. Jaav V-rrt Keeh srefwe.
mthalsed teaay. aVaeriwiag the
aasailiaa of hU rraah U
paraUvrly brkrf. tt aaya the lymah
caasl.li of glywrlae ea tract 4rvil
froaa the pare caUlratsaa ef the tabrr
cle beciUl. Prof. Koch aayw;
aiar anMUkin. t smmMM ae-.tare-
mTtTtmYe0 WHS tat at tw
edy le UWtrulMla assay rfcya aa
tves4vr4 tke esrai
raaklett Wrsa amwaiated
Us proftiW tarsaa ' '
swrlktest. ta Br H I aara aa?a
aMatorrttewtaa stafisats aakHsh I a4
tae rowwaaatlf tlaaa rsealvsa ky VsW. ay
tadSrattoaa kav kwe raKy a4 i.ialinry
eciaiara. Tkgaaeial rwacrata t '
low tkat is naitt hm a sreta
Ufwa takrrcatar tlaa aaat ta lkrte a.
ptleat4e a rrtj Vlieas as4 aare ae-i twe
dtniveHn tstent aad. taeaJa: dwiMfat
Rca-arum t tarallve rlmri -9 la rn-
rdv mot rvr-orts acre that pttetkrv
rarailvrlr bot deratta f sppctfc
jwsnj patients bav shown mat r pr
nunncnl tuifiiurttat. It Uilwtii aVwwa
that In nH a tm rMttts a re
,.i.t.H.t.i H..JI.. niiu u tiMif i is
itMttlna that tb remedy msy not t
)i ,!,. H. Mmi hL.fe. hit. tatrfcl
,,, fat- f-rt aalch mt tnrthatth be run-
erdra-but also thai it at;y rmmr the
tilbrrcuU-Mi pirweM. britg teTefMv tajrt
I ou ,,artn ,l u " rwl
hse bait Sail vpportunitT in bring snar'
further erertnr-es touhln Ike mrMa
j effrrt and iiantie spplMralloa t ke
: n-mer In Ihe -e tt atn 1 miffrrrrs
1 IriMti ulriru!.U id ine un r el type
' in thl etiy bii4 in Ji !'H Hortti. t
can only y that rerj Itiina f kY tat
' trrtj re? ervrda llk nV pretksua 4.
J .rrMtkn. A lon aa it Mlf a
jtie.tion ot urutlutf the serunary ot
' my indlevliufis. II r-dle tV
ny ot to know wbt the trmrlj eiMtlin4
I or win uce H drririi tsw tb ettra ry, 1
ubanjuent trtfntf otilt neecaarUy t .
JUOJe unbiated Uie Ir tr.ple BnuWottk
remely a t -I No, alter uiacirat ntnSrw
) ntorj tetiuz. ttie tmp.rtC'C t tt rvMly
I l iiiipi My eii ta.k ( tt eatrnd my
tmlyot tlierime.y Uejond ltt Cod ahrr
it ha hlthrttu Ikto aplle!.
. Ttit IaV nnturUy drmsHiU tnlt nnl
k.lM. ... ,1. ...u t. t W. .. j.a.n.i.1.
thai th Hm. hi. arrr.t hm the tmulalta
, .1" -4 l.lt f . Il.-1. J !.,- ," , .-". ".- .
Indications in this direction at l? iuadf
Thl.l.ilunrlfi ah.t InllnaL hrior oitl
Into the iemety Hwlf, I deni It m oaaary.
for H lettrr umteriandlnjc l iu nwieof
... .i ..... .. .. i.. 18.104.22.168.
I srr.trd at the vil-tierv If a le Ih ffuln '
plK ! luoculaletl with lite pur rwUivatWxi t
ot i.rrniait kullur of tutwrrle Ihk-IUI, lk
won in! raii.nl by the trHX-titattvn m.Mlty 1
rlo- mir h ith stfekr tusttrr and api-r
In it earlv dayate tiept. Nly after tn tu f
fourteen daj a linnl noitule prrxnta tlarlf
hlch, oon lirrhlti form u ulcrit(it l:
ore alilrli rotitluue tint'l the aiiiiual dtea i
s)ulte a dltfrrcut rondltlou of llilns orctua I
a hrn a Riilnra ply, slrradr uf!etlr fitra I
lubrru!ol, I tuiw ulatnl ,u aiiiiiul itie '
luly lnn ulatrd fnun four 1 i
HnVi txlorrr ia 1m .1 ailjplo.1 for lhl
purpo-e In noch ail atilmat Ilia
malt hulrntutlon aa.ume Ihe me tlear
ror-rlng at tbe bennlu, but no ihhIuIo .
form n the rnntmrr, on lha d folhiw
liljf or t'le m-oinl ila)' after the Intwulatloo,
the plore M here the I) mph I Injfrl.xl .lioi
n ttranse eiiane ll Inrnmrt Iianl ami a
.nun- a darker eiloriujt. lileh la not eon
fined to tile Inoculated aje, but prrad to
the tirgitoriu' parts unlit It attain a 01
amerr of fnui to I renfiinrtrr In If i
1 It bt route more and mci"' manltel
that tl klu thu rhanH'l U hrer.itle,
flltalt) fallllii: off. Iravilttf n flat ulerrallott
illicit ".vitally heit tapl'lly and iKrutanenl
ly without an ruttliii; Into Ihe aitjacnl
i Iltuatlie ItiJeeitMl tutirretiiar l.arilll ijtiue
f ,, ., ... . , . ,.,
illflireully Bffe,! the aln of a healthy
. anlnea phf fioui one nfTrrtt with titbrrvu
!,,:.., . . , .
i I sla. Illlaefletl la rtol rielnalielv priHllired
Ihuathe Itileelvd lubrretilar l.arlltl ijtille
with ImttK tubercular baeitll, but la ! ob f
rrvrd Mllh thw dead bacilli, the reaull he 114
the tame vi hither, a I llccrrl bjr k
esperltneiila at tho outl, the lrtli
nri? kllte.1 by a aotnewhal pro ofijl.!
Sppllealioii ot a low fcmprr4tur
or Ixilllug heat or by meana of rertm n !
chemlcnl Tli peeullar fart I fotloaed up '
hi nil itirielliiti alil IhU further reull
ol.ta lied that killed pure rutlivaUona if
tubcri'ttlar bacilli, alter rliialiitc in "ater,
llllltllt lie ia. ti tt In Kteat illlltltlr llllilrr '
healthy ku'im a pla' akin, without any thln
oicuirlun bc)ond local auppurstlou.
Pntf. KiK-'h here lntcrailates a note
that suoh Injections Iwlnnjr t the sim
plest nml surest means f prtaluclnjf
suppurntion free fnm llvlnjf lmcteHa.
Tulirrculou inilnea plfa. on the other
hand, are killed by th Injeeilun of vrf
mall quant tie nf .tub diluted ruttiv
tlott Iu fact, wllhlti al to torty elht
hour. nrcorillPa to the lrrnsth of the iloe.
an liijrctlon which I not aiirflileui to pr
dure the dentil of Hie anllltal m) rauw rt
tetiiled net rod to lll' klll ill the vicinity of
the place of Injection. It the dilution 1 Mill
further diluted until It la arrr vlalbly '
clouiled. I h animals Inoculate.! remain t
alive nnu a riiiceoie iniprmrinrni ,
In their condition aooti auper 1
enea. If the lnecllona sre continued 4t In
trrvnls of from one to two days. Hie utccrat k
Inn inoculation aoumlaeeomca smaller and
flnall) acsr oer, whleh ollirrwlae ll never
doea, 1 hi? lxe of Ihe vaollrti Ijfnphallc
tflanda la reilueed, Ihe lunly lecHia trler
nourished and the morbid proceaa ifUM,
unleaa haa gone o far. In which tlm
animal perisliea from rihsuatlon. Mjr Ibla
meana the ba!a of a curative proeeaa Bfalast
luberctiloala waa alabtlahett
Aaaint the practical application of sweb
dilutions of de4d Ittliereje IntellM. Ilire pi
ai tiled Heir tli- fart that the tubereh bacilli
are not al'irle'1 at Ihe lni nUttou rxdnf.
nor do they d4ppear In n other way, bat
for Ions; lime remain unchained snd mgm
der greater or amsller auppuratlTe foel. Any
thins', therefore, intended tn rr a kl
Inaeffrcl on thelul-eulala prneea niital h
a soluble aiilMtalice wh ch wimhl I ttsltaled
Io a certain eatenl by I ha) flnbla of Ihe '"ejy
float Ins around th tulierrlr bacilli aad
transferred In a fairly rapid manner ! the
Juice of the lidy, while Ihe anbatanee pr..
ductus; suppuration apparently rrtnaioa b
hind in tha tatHrvular Lseilll or dCs
soItc but very alowly. Taj tmly ls.
portaat point waa, therefore, to Hutax-e
outaide tke lly the SirneeaS BlS)aT oa
ilialJe. If paah;e. and Io eslraet frnwt tk
tulierrnlar baclll alo tke etiratlr sub
stance. Tula demsnded time and loll before
1 saeeeedeil with tn aid of tJ Io So per cent.
solution of glycerine In obtaining aa raW
Ive subtsne from fll tubercular barilla.
Prof. Koch cnclde w (th rrfrrenesr
to the dnratvm of the rrmrdy. Of the
cossanptive pa tie a ta whom he de
scribed aa temporarily cured two hare
returned to the hoeeita! fr farther oh
t-rrrntlrwi. No tsaeiili hare apfwared lm
their spatam for the pavat thre mtnlhm
anl their phthsi aymptosa have grad
aally aad completely dlaapfanarnL
Ixixtsu, Jan. !. otaithataadiaf
the at preseet aai aaavtiat laiaeaw af
St. ATshaa-aTadaki Maaiatrraf neaeav.
with the Caar. aot marh rwaaVaraeeSsaa
yet re aed la the ntmor that he aaat
aerseeded hia Bsaater to eeaee fa taw
time the aeraeeeekne ef the Jew. Kb
a fart, however, thai Reekie ail! aaaa
rmoaaaaiBaataf asanas? b
aaBaa axnaaaaBBBaBi aaa aaaaaaaa BFa
beriaa railway, of which St. V
IT 1 adski is a powerfal aatvwrate. aaal
that aa aaaaral will here to las mesW tn
Kritkth and tarraaaa aa wall as ttvaeb
aaaary craters, ia all of which the Jews
have mach iaf arace.
Skkax. Tea., Jaa. JC At
twelve mile eeat ef hrrr. C
catered a aalooa
aelled arvra aara. at the
of a fwvolrer. te head orei
aad raiaahleav Aa tfaeath was
the aakava Jka Sahei. the ta
treat bat am Wed aha.
the aaot aad the tmfsat
alared ia jaeL ia aaata ef tha eWorta ef
: - evsft -
Iwkfl Pe tJPaaW"a
ahat aware fctat laaat ea dswd
PeeBf' aiwhfew pf Jri fw !
all Ma eaaasa,aat Mset iretarrn. na.r
CMarthCare at tlaeefvecwffHrw
Has . tratrraity taaarva
e woaJntwal dtsa . riif a
a. tfiwt saeaA IC Vfe.fT
fa laatfweKy. cHnr drer
fas W4 an1 aiea t fa f tn
!. tsrNy dwttrayta tw rn.&n
eiasanc. eni err " r"-
Kr kaiMtnaT f tM maatitatftM
aaarteanv mt aawhfi lmtmra
(rirvfa. tat uey .rWf' srf
ffhet it fail t mtr.ff-wl frlit e ..
Ikla r J. Catr r C, Ta
Say irflfiw. -
IwTfcoCar,; 3fc $ jswp. i!t
I Vt kaw to diNiaM cwtJr4. "
Mo "O. iMireMN alMe4?a-f iia.
isjIstt. I fr j" tbdA.(4
C ewsaseat m Mrl
IneWta. tortkviarly In the ttur r !.
are far jre rew.fc-i5 to tH! n e
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p, 4 -Tki rl4I tr j
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