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THE BED CLOUD CHIEF
A. C IfOMIEtt, PuhHahnr.
It has been finally decided that fve
buildings of the World's Fair will be
located on the lake
Queen Natalie refuses to negotiate
with the Servian Regents and insists oa
dealing' with ex-King' Milan. v
Delinquent subscriptions to the
nmount of $1,300,090 will besued for
by thcWorld's Fair managers.
It is rumored that the Dominion Par
liament will not meet until Sir John
McDonald appeals to the people on the
Russia has protested, through Is
German agent, against the "harboring
and-employment of Nihilists by the
The Minnesota Senate has adopted a
memorial to Congress asking for the
passage of a law prohibiting gambling
in grain and other food products.
The colony of Western Australia
opened its first Parliament at Perth on
the '20th, and $0,000,000 was asked by
the Governor for railways ami public
The Moslems of Central Asia arc pro
testing to the Czar against the expung
ing from the Koran, in Russia, of thir
teen verses ordered out by the official
Seven thousand dollars was found in
the hut of a hermit on the banks of the
Connecticut river. The miser died re
cently in squalor, and the find of prop
erty is a surprise.
Uv the breaking of a dam near Mor
ristown, N. J., the old bell foundry that
was used as an office when the first
telegraph message was sent to Iloston,
in 1S&, was destroyed.
"Oli Hutch," Chicago's celebrated
grain speculator, it is said, has lost ?!!,
000,000 in twenty years and has decided
to retire from business. He has enough
left to keep his family from the poor
The King of Abyssinia has asked the
French Government to give a port near
Obock in return for the concessions
granted a French company to construct
and operate a railway from that place
to the interior of Abvssinia.
A'BILL has been introduced in the Ar
kansas House to pension all cx-Confcd-eratc
soldiers or sailors, residents of
the State, at the rate of .25 to 8100
per annum, according to disability. It
is proposed to levy a tax to pay for this.
London dispatches say there appears
to be no foundation for the rumors
which were circulated recently to the
effect that some large financial houses
were in imminent l:.ngcr of serious
difficulties in consequence of the uncer
tainty of Argentine finances.
Tin: jury in the caw of J. O. Vcrvais,
the St Paul census enumerator, who
was charged with making false re
turns, brought in a verdict of not guilty.
This was said to be the first complete
trial of its kind in the history of the
country. The trials of the Minneapolis
enumerators, charged with conspiracy,
will be held shortlv.
Hon. Mr. Ciiai'leau. Secretary of
State for Canada, in an address deliv
ered at Kingston, Out , said that it was
impossible to have free trade with the
United States and at the same time dis
criminate against England. Canada
was, however, prepared for freer trade
relations with the United States. He
was in favor of full reciprocity with the
United States in natural products.
The Committee on Indian Affairs has
about completed the Indian appropria
tion bill. It will carry an appropria
tion 'of Sfi.ttW.OOO, an increase of 8207,
233 over the current fiscal year. The
appropriation for the support of In
dian schools is placed at 81.SU0.900. The
appropriation for the support of the
Sioux is placed at 81.000.000, an incrcuse
of 8250,000 over that of the present
The collector of customs at De
troit, Mich., has been informed that
fish caught in nets or other devices
belonging to American corporations or
individuals only arc entitled to the
privilege of free entry. Fish caught in
nets or other devices owned by a com
pany chartered under the laws of Can
ada and composed principally of foreign
stockholders are subject to duty, not
withstanding the apparatus may lie op
erated by an American citizen.'
During mass the other night a ma
riae calling himself Patrick took pos
session of St Pauls Cathedral, at Pitts
burgh, Pa., held the worshipers in ter
ror all evening and at the next morn
ing's early mass was especially violent
At 10 o'clock it was decided that he
ahonld be removed, and two policemen
led him to the front gate. Then he
picked the two men up as if they had
been boys and dragged them back into
".the charch. He was finally removed
"Wy detachment after holding the
Cathedral for hours.
A delegation of Grand Army people
was before the House Invalid Pension
Committee recently. It consisted of
General Vcazey, commander-in-chief G.
A. R.; Colonel Jllue, of Kansas, chair
man of the pensions committee of the
G. A. R., and Colonel Emory; of Wash
.mgton. Their purpose in appearing be
fore the committee was to make argu
ments in behalf of a bill providing for
a service pension for the benefit of the
large class of soldiers, aggregating pos
sibly 250.000, whose cases are not passed
by the act of June last
M. J. Pickering, chairman of the
Federation of Commercial Travelers As
sociation of America, appeared before
the House Committee on Commerce re
cently and in behalf of 18,080 drummers
which' he represented strongly urged a
favorable report upon a bill to permit
railroads to give reduced rates to com
mercial travelers and carry an extra
amount' of baggage for them free of
r.cfenrge.'" The committee with hut one
::ttfcieating vote that of Mr. Lind, of
Mttmeseta authorised Mr. Maoen, of
lllinpiavto report favorably a bill of the
Farmers Alliance and Labor or-
? dnlngatcs in aonfertnee nt
AVpt htawfon liuf U d laaalnliiina calling
ier the nhiaWin rf TfetJonnl banks an
WnksrfJaaae, iiri endjnf the i
ance of. legal
volume to ntnet the needs of
nt two nar cent, upon
ihfe ncednete and also upon veal
cree. ana mninwvea
coinage of f Jlver ,the jrobibition of
sjfaT" of ' enntay, without
iftawannecin .advantage to any class
orcnmjf tsrfiilpifefS"' i"int lonns
to the people
'.alien :owBersnin-c inna; osaii ma
' CTidtjaled texame tax; National control
-' - Jnsupervisioii, and if this does not re?
' ' rise ve exhntin nboees; then Government
fcir?rBV,if the- telegraph and tne
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NEWS OF THE WEEK.
Glaanad By Talnrapta ud MaJL
Is the Senate on Hie mil long JIrnMlou
arose over the Approval of the Joarnal. The
elections bill wft taken up and Mr. ('corns
poke at length in opposition, bat twtorekf.
concluded yielded to a motion to aOjmirana
orarthattHcmlKrtulgBt attend f lie funeral,
of tJeorge Bancroft, the liltorlan....Tue
Iloaae htuuUcd In a lively lilt over the ap
proval of the Journal, the taeti a If luc on
the part of the Democrats to tlo as little as
possible while the Senate aa forcing- the
fssaeea the elect ions b!IL After a long and
confased atocusalon the Journal was ap-
proved by a vote of 137 to. M and the -fleas
AT the expiration of the morn Inj: hour en
tbcMth Mr. Aldrith asked that the Senate
proceed to consider the resolution for a.
change of the rules. The motion wasagrced
tn and the discussion continued until 2
o'clock, when the elections bill came upas
the regular order and Mr. ..eonje continued
his speech in opposition A(tr lie had
spoken at great length the Senate got into a
squabble and finally adjourned The
Houxc got Into a bkr rumpus avcr.-ipprovuijr
the Journal, but it w;i flnnlly upproed and
the District of Columbia bill taken up. A
i"or-Jta von dihaniK-areJ and the House 5
TUB Senate on the 21st wrangled all day
over the approval of the Journal, and a fixht
on the part of the Democrats against the
elections bill and the adoption of tin- cloture
rule, and at midnight adjourned without ac
coiiipli.Hhing any thing... .Tin- Houjm; had a
Moruiy M'Hfoii. Mr. Mill (T-xa ai es
pecially severe upon the Speaker, and the
proeeedingM Mere turbulent, but the Journal
was Anally npprov d. and the District of Co
lumbia bill wax taken up and finally reported
to thu House, but when a vote was reached
the Deuiociats left lliellou-eaml. norUorum
being present, an adjournment was forced.
W'HEXthe Senate met on thel.'d notjuorum
was present, bit within a half hour a suffi
cient number of cnatord appeared and the
fight on the change of rules was rt'Mimcd,
ilich continued until it was finally agreed
to takcarcctx until next morning.. ..The
proceedings of the House wet e Ic disorder
ly than the day before, and the District of
Columbia bill whs finally passed, and the
naval appropriation bill taken up and con
sidered until adjournment.
TllK Senate met at II o'clock on tiieZ'.J in
continuation of the uehsion of the day before
and Mr. Coekrell continued his tpeeeh in op
position to the proposed "gag mle." Mr.
(ray also spoke in opposition and Mr.
Stewart took the floor and the Senate took a
recess The House spent much time in ap
proval cat tlic journal, a demand Iteing made
for its reading in full. Mr.Cooper(lnd.),rising
to a question of privilege, had a resolution
read he offered last Sentemler calling for
an investigation of the office of l'euionCoiii
niinsioncr and as the select committee hail
failed to report to the House, he asked that
it be requested lodofo A long discussion
followed, and theoriginul resolution of Mr.
Cooper for an investigation was referred to
the Committee on Utile. After considering
the naval appropriations bill fjr .-omc.tiuie
the lloue adjourned.
l'EBSOXAC AND POLITICAL,
Advices from Senegal, in West Africa,
state that Commander Archinard, at
the head of the French troops, has
routed the Sultan of Ahmadour's forces.
The French, it is ascertained, have
taken 1,500 prisoners, among whom arc
all the Sultan of Ahmadours wives.
E. P. Turner, said to have leen a son
of the late Admiral Turner of the
1'nited States navj, committed suicide
on the Cldna steamer Abyssinia on its
An attempt was made to induce the
Czar to cease persecution of the .lews
by a gift of 1,000,000 rubles. The des
pot was greatry incensed and ordered
the arrest of ltaron (lunzbcrg, a Jewish
banker, who forwarded the check which
he had received from Iterlin. (lunzberg,
later, was released.
Opinion in Vienna is that Itulgaria's
Prince Ferdinand will effect greatly
pacific results by his visit to the Czar.
Kalakaua. King of the Sandwich
Islands died at San Francisco on the
20th of Ilright's disease. He was in
this country for the purpose of securing
a financial loan.
Chari.es P. Jones, longon the editor
ial staff of the New York Times,
dropped dead the other night His
wife was a Miss Crittenden, of Cleve
Senator Vest testified before the
Silver Pool Committee that Senator
Cameron had told him that he had
lought and sold silver after the vote in
the Senate and that he thought he had
a perfect right to do so, liecanse it was
after the vote and therefore could not
influence his action.
Chairman Lindsay, of the judiciary
committee of the Chicago World's Fair,
has prepared a sharp reply to
the report of the Congressional com
mittee. He denies that salaries arc
too high or that the committee has ex
ceeded its power in any way.
Voorhees has been re-elected Senator
Glaiistonians won the recent election
at Hartlepool, England. .
Governor Him., of New York, ob
tained two more votes than Evarts for
the United Senatorship.
Orvii.ee It. Pi.att has liecn sent to
the United States Senate for another
term by the Connecticut Legislature.
The final vote in the Washington
Legislatnrcibr United States Senator
was: Squire, 5S: Calkins, SO: Carroll, 21.
The Tennessee House has adopted a
resolution postponing the World's Fair
appropriation until the fate of the elec
tions bill in Congress has been an
nounced. General James Lonusti:eet was re
ported quite ill at a hotel in San An
tonio, Tex. He is suffering from a
wound received in the civil war.
The llritish Parliament assembled on
The President was a guest of honor
at a dinner given by General Schofield.
Miss Georgia Mortimer, an actress
of the "Night Owl" Company, fell dead
of heart disease at her hotel in Cleve
land, O.. recently.
Lord Salisbury asserts that the early
dissolution of Parliament is not prob
able. The opinion generally maintains
throughout Chili that" unless President,
Palraaccda speedily resigns the entire
armed forces of Chili will rise in insur-
Lrectton. Foreigners residing in Chili arc
declared to be safe from molestation.
Italians living in the country arc ac
cused of having openly ana secretly
given aid and comfort tothcrevolution
Prince Baudoin, heir apparent to the
Itelgian throne, died suddenly on the
83d. All sorts of rumors were prev
alent as to the cause of his death, which
was compared to "the tragic death of
Prince Bndolph, of Austria, two years
itie revolted ships have been ex
pelled from the Chilian ports. The peo
ple and the army support the Govern
ment, so a dispatch from Valparaiso
says. The Government has taken .se
vere measures against the insurgents.
The lower horse of the Indiana Leg
islature has passed a joint resolution
for the suppression of the dressed be-f
trust and repeal of the McKinleyW."
Tn Saltan has granted a complete
aasneaty toaltha Arpeatamoccneed
of political offenses. ThkliWentes
hondre as ot prisoners m Constantinople
Taw German Reichstag hasyalased to
repeal the restrictions on American
The Indians of Washington have
agreed to stop dancing or carrying arms
except when hunting.
Ethbx Towse, on trial at Tcrre
Haute, Ind., for uttering a forged
check, has been acquitted. "- "
J. Kaxdaix Bnowx, the Iowa mind
reader, has been exposeda n fraadV
British war vessels have been in
structed to prevent the. laterfereBcc ot
I rebels in Chili with British moinr
Tbe winter in ttai North wast has
been unpreeeoVnteaTbjr warm.
It traasairos that,! death of the
'Duke of Bedford was an net of suicide.
He afcot hiasaetf af I of Insanity.
atedflNaaaJpajfitj arlieva the suf-
f ercflpre atiHumanaorau.
In llli TIT li 1 1 itilsiln of thn
haveueea raasovai by ouVial nets.
Tar river Tarns nasi tfce Earo. whioh
flows through emiajjiiaw. Spain, .am
covered with Jce, e nrst since taU.
Jx thaJoumal of the Knights of La
iorMr. PoWderly erademas the recent
report l to the Lagkdature ay the New
Yeeirfeate Board of Arbitration of the
New York Central railroad strike na
biased," "untruthfuL 'malicious'' and
Inspired by personal venom."
liELFOBTr- France, bad three earth
quakes on the 20th.
Ceiixant is getting milder weather
The strike of the South Side cable
J railway employes of Chicago has been
averted. Assistant Superintendent Luck
Mrs. Henrv Smith was killed and
.Mrs. Ncshlin fatally injured by being
thrown down a 100 foot embankment
.near Oro, CoL, by a runaway horse.
Kosro.v business men, at a meeting
in Fancuil Hall, adopted a resolution
against the free coinage of silver.
Captain John Maxey, of Charleston.
S. C. was waylaid and murdered by
WhitecaI'S who visited the house of
llichard Itrown, colored, near Little
I'ock, Ark., were fired on by him and
James Huntley was killed and another
President Eg ax and Passenger Agent
Holdredge, of the Chicago. St Paul &
Kansas City, have been indicted by the
Federal grand jury at St Paul for il
legal manipulation of rates.
The Eastern States were visited 13
serious rainstorms on the 22d. Whole
sale destruction of bridges anil dams
occurred. The Wyoming valley in
Pennsylvania was flooded, causing the
A mor recently evicted the Chinese
from Milton, Ore.
The oatmeal mill and elevator at
Mazeppa, Minn., ltelonging to E. M.
Johnson, of Minneapolis, were burned
the other night The loss on 'the build
ing is 880,000. and 50,000 bushels of
grain were destroyed.
The lalorcrs employed upon the
works at Hare Island and Skiblwrcen,
Ireland, commenced by the Govern
ment for the relief of the distress ex
isting among the poor classes of those
neighliorhoods, have struck for an in
crease of wages.
A train on the National railway of
Mexico was wrecked recenthy at Acam-
baro, some one having loosened the
rails by drawing the spikes. Twelve
persons were injured.
The Tanbencck investigation ended
in his vindication. Taulicncck was an
Independent member of the Illinois
Legislature and talk was out that he
had once been in the "pen" for counter
feiting. The Pension Office from January 1 to
15 issued 10,377 pension certificates, the
greater portion of them being granted
under the dependent pension law. This
is said to 1e the largest number ever
issued during a like period.
The new Warner Bros, building at
Buffalo, N. Y., was destroj-ed by lire on
the 2:kl. The loss was 8300,000. Two
firemen were killed by falling walls.
A recent agrarian outrage in County
Clare, Ireland, was the skinning of a
Harley McCoy, slaj-er of Police In
spector Hawley, of Denver, has asked
for a change of venue. After the kill
ing McCoy was taken to Pueblo to avoid
Business failures (Dun's report) for
the seven days ended January 22 num
liered 380. compared with 411 the pre
vious week and 33j$ the corresponding
week of last j'car.
News has been received of a serious
collision between two freight trains at
Artemisal. nerir Cardenas, Cuba. The
cars were badly wrecked, four person:;
were killed and four others were more
or less seriously injured.
Bon Foito, the slayer of Jesse James,
has been in another shooting scrape,
this time at Walsenberg, Col.
An avalanche in Quclice filled Cham
plain street with snow to the depth ot
twenty feet House fronts were broken
in, but no person was killed.
To prevent an expected Anarchistic
outbreak thet Paris police arrested all
suspicious characters loitering in the
Place de l'Opera.
The Luflin & Band powder mills ex
ploded at Crcsson, Pa. Loss, 810,000
No one injured.
Gkorc.e Kenpai.1., the young English
farm hand of Arlington, N. J., who was
bitten in the lip by a pet skyc terrier
two months ago, died at Chambers
Street Hospital, New York, a victim ol
hydrophobia in its .most horrible form.
The President has appointed David
M. Benjamin, of 'Wisconsin, a Commis
sioner to the World's Fair, vice John L.
The Senate has confirmed the nomi
nation of N. V. Hill, of Colorado, Wil
liam A. Rnssell, of Massachusetts and
Lambert Tree, of Chicago, as Commis
sioners to consider the establishment of
an international coin or coins.
Ix a poll of the Senate cf Alabama,
30 out of 33 members being present the
vote was unanimous for Cleveland for
President A poll of the House showed
70 present out of 100, Of these 68 were
for Cleveland and 8 scattering.
The northbound cannonball train on
the I llinou Central road was ditched near
Middleburgh, about forty miles south
of Jackson, Tcnn., by striking a broken
rail. The entire train was thrown from
the track while running forty miles an
hour but no one was seriously hurt.
Lucy Decker Yotrxo, eighth wife of
Brigham Young, died at Salt Lake City,
Utah, recently. There are only seven
left, including Amelia Folsom the favor
Akchrishop Ireland has forbidden
games of chance in church fairs under
A rEARFUL disaster occurred recently
at the llibernia colliery at Gclsenkiro
hen in Westphalia. Forty men were
killed and thirty injured.
The St. Maurice Indians at Three
RiverSatQue., are destitute and dissatis
fied. Influenza last year was quite
fatal, carrying off many heads of fam
ilies and leaving many children to be
Three broken sections of n freight
train crashed together in a tunnel on
the Rio Grande road near Howard sta
tion, CoL One trainman and two tramps
were badly hurt
Another severe snowstorm visited
New York aad other Eastern States oa
the 25 th. Communicatim was greatly
Ex-minister Mbxxr has published a
defense of his actions w he .events that J
jcu 10 10c witting ox ueuerat itarrnauju
m Guatemala. He says that
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I the Senate the 17th Senator Collins
offered a resolution reciting that the fac f
the returns indicated that Jams K. Boyd bad
received tb highest aaaiMr of votes for
Governor, and fa vhv of the recoanltlon at
Boyd by the Aapreme Court, therefore the
Seaate, la deference to sack decision of the
'court, recognize Governor Boyd pending the
contest. The resolution was adopted by it
ayes to It nays. The concurrent resolution
fixing January 20 for bearing the evidence in
the contest was ajpeeoLto aad.the Senate ad
journed until 4 o'clock Monday.. '.'.The House
refused to reconsider the resolution ordering
the Journals to be printed daily. Several
bills were Introduced and a resolution pro
vldlng'for a stenographer at Tper daywa
adopted. The House then adjourned until 4
Tlic Senate met at 4 o'clock on the after
noon of the 1Mb and adopted Senator Col
ins' resolution to recognize Governor lloyd
as Governor de facto by a vote of 23 to &
Several bills were introduced and the Senate
adopted a resolution to take np the
contested election cases at 10 o'clock
Tuesday morning and adjourned.... The
House met at 4 o'clock. Several bills pawd
and the bill prohibiting the issuing of free
passes to members of the Legislature as
ordered to second reading. The House then
Thk Senate met on the morning of the 2tth
and after approving the Journal, prepared to
go into Joint session to consider the election
contest.... The House met and after regular
routine business Mr. Shrailer offered a reso
lution for the appointment of 11 committee of
two from the House und one from the Senate,
which is directed to correspond with the
Legislatures of Kansas, Minnesota, Colorado,
North and South Dakota and other States for
the purpose of agreeing upon a common rate
of interest as low as may be thought prac
tical anil report. It was adopted. The two
houses then met in Joint convention to hear
the contested election cases. A committee
to report rules was appointed and a protest
was presented by Governor Boyd against the
legality of the proceedings, the passing ot
the resolution for a Joint cssion being irreg
ular. A simllur protest was offered as to
the other State oftleers. Alter some debate
a motiou to adjourn until next day. in order
to give the Governor an opportunity to sin
the concurrent resolution, was adopted by a
vote of 77 to B2. The following Independents
voted with all the Republicans and Demo
crat In favor of adjournment: Senators
Heck, Collins, Coulter, Hill, Michener, Taylor
and Turner and Representative lKibsou,
Feiehtinger, Gale and Williams, of franklin.
Speaker Elder ruled that neither house can
meet in separato session or transact any
business until the contest is decided.
Thk two houses met in Joint convention on
the 21st und Kepresentutive shrader Intro
douced a n solution asking the Supreme
Court for an opinion on four propositions,
viz.: Is It necessary to have the ignatnre
of the Governor to the concurrent resolution
fixing the date for a hearing when the seat of
said Governor is contested? When the seat
of the Lieutcnanr-Governor is contested is
it necessary to secure his signature to the
concurrent resolution as de faeto prcMding
officer ot the Senate? Should the Lieutenant-Governor
decline to affix his signature
what course shonld the legislature pursun
in order that the proceedings may be legal?
Should the Govcrnnrnor decline to affix his
signature could the legislature proceed to
hear und determine the contest cases with
out the Governor's approval or the passage
of the resolution in both houses without the
requisite two-thirds vote? The resolution
was adopted by 81 to.'.l. The committee was
appointed to wait on the court und the con
vention adjourned until 10 o'clock next day.
THE two houses met in Joint convention on
theZM and took a recess while awaiting the
opinion of the Supreme Court upon ques
tions submitted the day Insforc At 2 o'clock
thceonventlon reassembled. A stormy time
followed in the attempt to reach a conclusion
us to how the opinion of the court (which
had been rendered) should be received, some
wanting a written copy und others being
willing to receive verbal Information. It
was finally agreed that the committee ap
pointed to wail upon the Supreme Court
make n verbal report, which the com
mittee did, the court deciding that tho
resolution for a Joint convention required
the signatures of both the Governor and
Lieutenant-Governor. The joint convention
then adjourned sine die. The Senate then
met (as the President declared) In continua
tion of the session of Tuesday and after the
Introduction of a few bills adjourned until 4
o'clock Friday.... The House also met and
several bills and resolutions were read. A
resolution to appoint a Joint committee to
wait on Governor Boyd was voted down and
u resolution asking thu retiring Governor
(Thayer) for any Information he had to im
part on affairs of State was adopted. A Joint
resolution fixing February 5 for hearing the
election contest was adopted and the Houso
The following are the additional
House committees not already pub
lished: Cities and Towns Kruse, Carpenter, Hen
drlch, Modle, Gale, Gillilan, Cramb, Faxon,
Ranks and Currency Taylor of Butler,
Waldron, Bredeson, Sodcrman, Mullen,
Public Schools Arnold. Parker, Curtis,
Jones. McRcynolds. Taylor, Scbappel.
University and Normals Kelt on, Soder
nmn, Scott, Storm, Lomax, Pnrnell, Oakley.
Public Printing Gnnnett, Kohan, Stevens
or Platte. Feltoa, Porter, Heath, Hall,
Mines and Minerals Smith. Nichols. It Hey,
Williams, Dlckerson. Henrlch, Parker.
Immigration Olson, Nichols, Feiehtinger.
Paraell, Scott, Feltoa, Vorhes of Gage,
Bredeson, Albert, Williams. Severn.
Manufacturing and Commerce Schclp, Ol
son Lurtis.McCutcheoa, Bartholomew, War
School Lands and Funds Gaffen, Scott,
Henry, Krlck, Puraell, Jones, Vaadeveater,
Live-Stock and Grazing Henry, Rohan,
Bartholomew. McCutcbeon, Curtis, Scbelp,
Fee. Cramb. Heath.
Claims Jones of Kurt, Albert. Felker,
Stevens of Fillmore, Stevens of Furnas, Mul
len, Cornish, Heary, Steven of Platte, Kruse,
Three persons were recently arrested
at Lincoln charged with complicity in
the recent murder of John Sheedy.
They wt.re Mrs. Sheedy, the young
widow of the deceased, her lover and a
negro barber named Monday McFar
land. McFarland, it was reported, con
fessed he had been hired to kill Sheedy.
Sheedy was quite wealthy and old
enough to be his wife's father. The
murder and arrests created a great
The Sons of Veterans' camp at Hardy
has been reorganized.
The Crete creamery is turning out 45A
pounds of butter per day.
Crooked work among Chase County
otfcials is hinted nt in the purchase of
a building for $1,39, which is said to
be worth only $79. There is talkjof an
Ah attempt was nude to destroy the
town of Covington the other night.
Five buildings, all connecting with
others, were fired and the pontoon
bridge had been cut so as to prevent
Last year Cedar County paid out
about SUSm in wolf bounties.
Petitions are saht to be in
asking the Issfhlatnia to recount
ballots of tha November election.
Sotcx June 1 Cedar County has paid
out over 9KS,9 for roads, bridges, etc.
The tax Wat for ltt was m,m and all
but fMhaa beam collected.
Borrox. Jmi. 24. State Senator M 11
amaa, of JCewton. who k better
prepared than any one else ia thV sec
f tie of the'eountry to speak of matters
at the amnwwtch Islands from his many
jnatsjiutjrrftkteace there and intimate
relation then and since with the royal
"King Kalakaua' sister, her Koval
Highness the Princess Lydla Liliaoka
IanL was appointed a abort time after
the King came to the throne, and fat
r KIXCE. UI.It'OKA t .A XI.
, Probable successor to KalaUaux)
the purpose of securing a huccessor as
heir apparent, and he ha.s been recog
nized as such fcrjtlie paAtsixtccu years. 1
She has always taken a prominent part
in the receptions nt the palace and in
the gaycties connected therewith. l"n- j
douhtedly she has a predisposition for .
public life, and it Is an open secret
that she has anticipated coining
to the throne. During the King's trip
around the world, several years since,
she was appointed as Kegcnt during his
absence, and fulfilled the responsible
position with acceptability.
A Fire at BnRalo llestroya rroperty to tha
Value of asOO.eoO and Kenulta Fatally to
Ih'Fr.1.0, N. Y., Jan. 21. The new
and handsome building of Warner
Ilros., at the corner of Terrace and
Pearl streets, was almost completely
ruined by a fatal fire last night. With
in a week of the destruction of the
Wallbridge building more than another
quarter million dollars went up in
smoke. This confirms what ha-s In
come almost prorerbal in HulTalo, that
big tires always come in pairs or trio-.
The building was of brick, trimmed
with cut stone, five stories high. The
structure had a total frontage on Pearl
street of i:U feet. It was divided into
four stores, occupied by Warner Hros.,
Darling & Scholes, Zingshciin & Harris
and L. Marcus & Son.
The building is said to have cost S0.
000. The fire was discovered almoin s:.o
o'clock, bursting simultaneously from
the three stories of the section occu
pied by L. Marcus v Son.
The eontlagration spread to Zing
shcim fc Harris' and Darling ,v Scholes
and into the court in the rear of the
store of Zingsheim fc Harris. There
were then three separate fires side bj
side, divided only by the walls which
were designed to prevent this.
Later Two firemen have Wen taken
from the ruins. Shortly after 1 1 o'clock,
when all thought of further danger by
fire or falling walls had apparently
passed, and the chief was dispersing
what men were not needed, the firemen
of engine No. 4 were stationed in front
of the Marcus building, and several
streams were playing upon the
ruins. Chief Hornung and Assistant
Chief Murphy were standing just lie
hind the pipemen. directing the work.
Suddenly the wall was seen to totter,
and before the men could move to escape
the danger it was upon them. Adam
Fisher, the fireman of engine No. -I, and
a mcmlter of the HulTalo fire depart
ment since its organization, was ti.ken
out of the ruins, dead, anil Koliert
Snyder, also of engine No. 4, was takan
out fatally injured.
The total loss is estimated at SKH,ooa
Aa Approaching Struggle lie t ween labor
and Capital -Coal .Miners Making lie
mands. PirrsRL'liriH. Pa., Jan. J4. The miners
of the United States have jnst com
pleted plans for the greatest industrial
battle ever inaugurated in America.
The conflict between the miners and
the mine owners will take place on the
1st of May. The entire national organ
ization of miners, comprising 150.000
men, will be directly involved in the
demand for the eight hour day.
According to the figures which are
given, it will lie a battle of millions of
dollars against labor organizations ak"o
backed by millions of money. At the
convention of the American Federation
of Labor, held in "Detroit some weeks
ago, it was decided to ask the mine
owpers for an eight hour day. The
utterances of the officers of the United
Mine Workers on the subject leave no
doubt that the miners will make the
An immense strike fund is being
made ready for the miners, and when
the latter go out they will have at their
back for immediate use nearly $1,000,
000. This fnnd will be swelled from
time to time at the rate of .V),000 a
Heir Apparent Dead.
llULSSEl-s. Jan. J4. Prince Daudoin,
nephew of King Leopold and heir to
the throne of Itelgium, died in this
city at 3 o'clock this morniBg from an
attack of bronchitis. The death has
caused a tremendous sensation and cre
ates consternation in all classes ia Urus
sels. There are all sorts of rumors
circulating, as the public was entirely
unaware that the Prince was ill.
In as added that n beautiful (Ger
man governess, who bad been recently
banished from the Belgian court by or
der of King Leopold, has been in some
way connected with the death of Prince
OM Winiaaa'a Mstee.
Beru.v, Jan., 24. The Grand Duchess
of Meckleuburg-Schwerra. sister of the
late Emperor William, died yesterday
at Schwerin. The Duchess caught cold
early in the week. Subsequently she
partially recovered and hopes were en
tertained that the danger was past, but
on Monday she had a serious relapse,
which resulted fatally yesterday.
Cixcissatx. Jan. 24. The towhoat
Silas P. Coe caught fire at 4 o'clock this
aaorning from the explosion of a atara
light aad burned to the water edf.
waaharaai to death.
DcxvEK. CoL. Jan. 24. The Suprean
of Colorado has rennered n ne
at, the fipnalu 1 ihip contest in tha
of Kenreaeatatrres. The de-
Il 111 il1 id
f -Knnnnnnnv V
1 ' -tw m s i nT
UNOCft TMC SNOW.
a saua mm Africa frwea
Weatnee-tuniamlan nr4a rr
an CaUtfcec Keen fata Ylttaa.
Lostmx. Jan. :. Shocking account
of the misery caused by the mkl aad
enow have been reeehrrd from tha
southern province of Spain. The fear
ful animatorm and inteaar cold fonai
the people entirely unprepared for any
anch visitation, ind there is no ikmbt
aaanrhavt fcrialed who lal not
tiane to nt ch shelter.
Two ahenherna who were out nith
their toeka in the hills nrarCasares,
Aalalnsls. had barely timet to take
refuge in n cave when the sUirm bc
eaase threateaiag. They were already
nearly froaen with cold when tbev
reached the cave. Here they remained
wnnom 10011 or ucr covrrtag taan
t. . m . .. ...
thchaeanty attire for thrc days, until Ktrr nhlnkta rt larUaofth
rescued bra aearchtng partJ- n tnul4c wa tbr 'Kbt daiwr, thn rere
aa soon as he was brought out to the o hWh ult, oWrr
ir. 1 nc oincr roaj survjTc. oui lv
At Mciiioa, SuUoua. a hutvrry rolf
cha-scti a child iu the v,-rj- her rt tf the
village and ww, only driven a ay when
a number uf inroplc rushed UuXlic rx
cue. Iack- of wolv are nomine
through the more pulatel thstrictv of
AmiaitLMa ami are almost a familiars
dogs, but seldom dare to attack human
AndaiuMa and are altntat familiar iv
From Afrira even more appalling
stories are received, and ejrsjer.itrd
reports are current that whole trils
have perNhcd in .lpria. It N nt le
lieretl. however, that any such whole
sale disasters have ccurrel. altluoiirh
until the more rt-inote n-giois of Al
geria have been heard from much anxi
ety will Ikt felt.
STRUCK A FLINT.
Ilrlirrwa Attrutpt to Krarh the llrarl "
the Cxr lljr m .llt uf ( Milllim Ituti
blr. Sr. r.ii'.itsiiciti, .1
iiiiizlcrg. a well known Jewish bank
er, last week waited on M. Ituroovn.
Minister of the Interior, ami aknl him
to try to alleviate or to xslonc tho
carrying out of the edict which had
Wen issued for the repression of the
Jews in Kussiu. During the interview
the Karon hunded to the Minister an
envelope containing a check for 1,000,
000 roubles payable to the order of M.
Duniovo and indorsed by the Meu
dclssohn of Berlin.
M. DurnovoMibsequeiitly obtained an
audience with the Czar and gave him
the cheek, telling him of the manner in
which it had come into his possession.
The Car thereupon gave orders for the
arrest of B.ir 11 litinztxTg anil sent an
aide-de-camp to interrogate the llanui
in regard to the matter. The Baron
admitted in part the accuracy of the
statement made by M. Durnovo. Ho
declared, however, that the check was
not given as a bribe but us an ordinary
banking transaction, as the Uioks of
his firm would show. Upon an in esti
mation Wing made the luniks pnncd
that the order had. lieen received in tho
usual manner from Berlin.
When these facts were told to the
Czar he ordered that the prisoner le re
leased from custody. Orders were also
given to return the check to Baron
liuuzlierg. but he refused to take it.
The t'zar thereupon ordered that half
of the money le given to the Bed Cross
Society and the other half used for the
relief of the oor.
The Toronto Globe Kirrse the
I lira a uf
ToltoXTo, Out. Jan.. i'J. The WoIm-.
LilH'ral. in an nrticla on the negotia
tions with Washington savs: "It will In
found when the facts are known that
the Canadian himI British side was tho , their desires a they were twenty
first to informally seek closer trade re- ' five jvnrs ayo, and thia class will never
lationswith the I'nited States as the j Ix; educated to tin diet of tlic whit,
means of solving the existing problems. , ieoide. Manv twople mav illfTer with
The Administration at Washington re
sponded also informally to these feelers
by offering to throw dotvu the customs
lm triers altogether, or to apHiint a
commission to examine the ground with
that end in view and there the matter
rests for the present. So far the prime
fact disclosed is that Mr. Bluine is
willing to treat for a broad trade ar
rangement. Whilst hampered he their
bargain with the manufacturers our
Ministers are pressing for an emascu
lated and one-sided form of reciprocity,
which they know it is not in his power
to concede. It would lie nlsurd to ex
pect Americans as Sir John McDonald
lid no later than August to agree to re
ciprocity in natural products only.
. TwUtvr For the Twine Trnal.
Dek Moiices, la.. Jan. 'i"i. The bind
ing twine trust is likely to lie more or
less crippled by n device patented by a
Des Moines man which manufacture
twine from ordinary slough grass. The
invention is regarded of siichi-nportance
tlint harvester manufacturers have
adapted their machine to its use. It is
claimed that the twine made by this
process will lc eual to manilla or sisal
and mnch cheaper. The Alliance Twine
Company has liven organiwd here with
a capital of $;o0.000 to engage in its
Kean'a Rare Itreat.
Chicago. Jan. !i The cs.OOO col
lected by Bishop Taylor for missionary
work in Kast Africa and given by him
to S. A. Kcan, tlic banker who has since
become insolvent, will have to await
the general settlement of Kean's affair
and the Methodist missions in Africa
will have to get along as best they can
in the. meantime. Yesterday Kean's
passliook as the custodian of the fnnd
was brocght to light, and it was show n
that as custodian of the fund he haa de
posited it in hi own lank.
Waatea to Hraly.
Dn:MX, Jan. 2i Mr. Timothy Hraly,
M. V., delivered a lecture last evening at
Mullingar and a riotous scene was tho
result. A strong force of sympathisers
with Mr. rarnei gathered outside ami
threats of violence wrre Ireely uttered.
When the latter emerged from the ball
be was greeted with a storm of hoot
and yells and a rush was made in hi
direction. Luckily a nnmherof prie-a.
Kwho had been present at the meeting.
interposed themselves between Mr.
Healy and the infuriated mob and tha
probably c aabled that gentleman to
escape from a rough handling.
A Caaaaaaai Rata mt latereac
LutroLX. Neb.. Jan. 22. A reaolntion
was adopted by the Mouse that a com
mittee of three be appelated to corre
spond with the Legislature of Kanaa.
North Dakota. South Dakota. Minne
sota and Colorado to secure aa agree
ment en a common rate of interest as
low aa may he practicaWe. The lloawe
holds' that it might be injudicioa for a
siagfe Stat to attempt a low rate of in
terest without the concurrence of
others, aa the
power would eon- j
Srtate. an, by
Loxnox. Jam. 22.:
Italy aaa Fi
eJueaTr owma; 10 Ainenn rival
ry. France hi rcachtnr betb for
Trkmli and Ahrjaina. nasi wankt have
Tripoli aesave aart lor tae zact
that any aaovemeat mraaa war with
Turkey, the SuHau hayrinr reaafveal
that TrhjmH should umaTa a part f
if ha has to aga tarn.
Italy elaiaas a maaattarnto over Aaya-
to win the Abj lamTsns over to
France, ami there is evklenee that thej
mil aim I
THC INDIA YftOOtlCS.
Hsyrt aa t
r tahuaiiimiw 1 tay wt
Washwwt. Jan. 3X Commbmbmor
Monran. of the Indian rbjrean. ha re
ceive,! a report frtm Special Agvut
Catsprr rvganlhag he Sioux trouble in
the Northnrst. Mr. Cnfr Wf "vat
to line Rhhrc at the Wginalar of
trouble and he ha been there thnwurb
out. He say that there evm to hare
bra a cosaplkutkm of can foe tha
difficulty, aad the India thrmswlrea
k not appear to know what can -d rC
"There sums to ha a diversity f
opinion on thia nubjeet by mn who
1 have fw the past tweaty-ave yrara
, . ....j.ti -uk tk taJUis et.c
Intllsnv atl eanrcially th chief, who
were rralUing that by the advance t
civilisation aanl edH-atlm thry wrra
lwJnjr tln-ir inflarnoe with their propJa
ntwl jrm!ually tarcomiHg creature uf
iuiraiMeMcc The ghnat dsno ansa
Lwd much that wa dejdred by tlx In-
JinuN ami the doctrine taught ww rtf
taU( u xhvlr .uwplrt. nature,
; y,,- , , tha whWh
iil mien liberal re amv 1 he oriirmator
of thU ilacoe wu.. fully aware of tha v
Indians' superstitious nature, and tn j
setting up tlus doelriiM and nrearrUHrapT
the course of tvrciuoay constructed M
sobs to nuctthcjrxact wish of thela
iliauv l have talked with a great many
head men on thU reservation, neh aa
Big KoaiL Little Wound. Jack Krst
Cloud (son of Chief Best ( loud) ami
Crow lHg, atnl they all eem to lr of
the unit' opinion, and that U that Uw
ghtst dance theories promlsl them a
gnt deal more than they were gvtlltij?
from the (tovernment, nnl they all
dnl it, thinking that it would In lh
end brim? thcia 'abuudant t wild game
ami plenty of every thing to rl w lth
out the least effort on their jiart IJt '
tic Wound says that a great deal of
jealousy exist among the chiefs, an
they would adopt anv method that
would restore their lost prestige over
'1 he agent report that there U still
great discord between the two faction
of Indiuus tluiM who signed the Mottv
treaty ami those who did not. The lat
ter w ere among the prime leader in tha
ghot dance. A to what method of
administration w ill le necessary to fully
restore harmony, tlr agent says th
Indians should le uireu pleutv to eat.
especially N'ef, and sufficient clothing '
to make them eomfirtitble He retstm-
mends the enlistment of
dians in the jHdice force.
lle saN In
"Noone can . tty the fact that the
Bniles have cauvd all of thU trouble,
A few Indian from other ugvnclc
have gathered here alo. but hud U"
Brules lieen chekeil in the utart the
trouble would haie endel and settled
this tiestion. The pres,-ne'of the mil
itary on u reservation is a goMl thing In
time of war but has n cry exciting iu
lliieuec over them in time of (tene.
Prom my eeriemv with Indian af
fairs. must confrks that the use of mil
itary Would ls mj last resort to settle
disturbances nmnig the liidUn. In
J my opinion, tlic Wt method for set
i tllng trouble among Indian is to hm
t the gMsl element ugniust the bad. and
quiet the matter among thems'lTe,
und it should le rememU'reil in
this connection that the very
)Hst methoil to In Used la Stlbxlllixillg
. an Indiati is plenty of ln-ef. The older
Sioux are just u cartiivonm In
me in tuts matter. 1 he newpacr, as
well a Individual, nil have th-lr tht
ories ami solution of the question, and
an lilsrrnl with their criticisms toward
most every one connected with Indian
affairs, and this, like niarif other pub
lic question, has to lie hurdrncd with
that class of peoplo w ho know the
leant und say the most. It l probable
that the treatment of the Indians Itaa
not iu every respect followed exactly
the written law on the statute
look. or the unwritten law tf
moralitr, but to suppose that the -partment
has always laen wrong (a
many would hare the world believe),
and that the Indian ha alwaj I wen
right, i to MippoM' that the savage i
endowed with a stronger sen of moral
J obligation than the civlll.-d man, a
proposition that will hardly )w accept
ed by those who understand Um in
tvardnrss if the wily Sioux. I ludieva
it safe to say that the present Indica
tion arc that the ruot serious time has
passed, and In conclusion I would mt
earnestly recommend that the Indiana
from other reservations Iw retarnrd to
their home a non a it t practicable
to do so, ami required to remain on
their respective reservationa until th
prcM-nt feeling ami excitement quirta
T Opwa !, Mrip.
AnKA;..ClTr. Kan.. Jan. 23 Let
ter have been received herefrom Wich
ita, Caldwell, Wellington, Medlcino
lxidge. Independence. tVdsrvaUr. ?elan
anil other neighboring citica stating
that largr deiegatloaa have hem ap
pointetl tit attend the nt conventkm
to be held here on the 29th last- to Hrgo
Coawreaa to fata? iaaaaailatw ntrpa
wanl opening the CheTokee. Mrip to set
tlement. Jndge J. S Kmcry,CokaeI J.
K. Hallowell. Jerry SImpaati. OAtmmi
WillUm Warner aad others arill sntfis.
timw rmrmfthm Krre4.
Cukao, Jan. JC "llaa the coantafcv
tee appointed to fcereaafaanatlM WnsmaV
ed Knee fight njmrtod yrtT was aahed
of Assistant AdpataaM'rneral Cavt-hv
"iV yet." was- the reply- "H"gfc
hi that the officar in charffe. iiaal
atrattmaa that had been tmned Vj On
er 1 Mile agaiatt the very thing that
happened cm that day. The court- at
fr aereral dav and took the rvktrnrn
of the witntaes who saw the ngbt- Tho
repirtcirraltcd about the omrt hariag
freed the responsibb- perm from
Loxiai.K. Jan. 22. I'arliaaaent
bkd XoAmr with a aranty
Imrrar the course of the entry
in the Iloawe Mr, rarnr!l gave
f bat aw woaM call atteation Uwtrrw
n t, ltat&airatkm of the erhsws art J
aal wmM offer a rerisn awfchaf thn
rovcramcat to farilitata the dawnaaas
of the sabet.
a. 2X senator
wkh senator AUiaua
aad the f ere hOL
cecthj will take
5 s-3. vt-J.
rxnt. Jan. 22- ft ia aarrmilaal that I
iavaaf perioni hne been thrnwaaajtot I
ta-atfc Vrthe xit maathr. aaat ahntl I
tuijvatte Fran wr la waaarv tha I
a-anajaja)gann- 0 aHsMaV alaaVat UMr aMntafJP aV V-amnaaaaaaaVannaunnnnmnmanmaaBaVHaal
cxnwill praaahry reneh aa.aat.aaf fjaJahahJanJpg
Vr j'V MllnMBtnanaMI III
AVan mymffwlttmjf aa anaaaw aaaanwianaT ' iswiaan amjnnmnanm apr ammr p. ,
aaNHannmanV "awaJP aaTsaannn anr" Vavaaanw aaarmanVJnaVaanaaBaVanaBaaVW
aajntaannanaV amaaanjanajaajaa-T "nTnannW - " 1 nnaaanant anal at nat aaa ansa r
atJaVaVJa. anannTaaaaVaaTai M rr HaVW TMmmmtH0
a, aa-J-MaVaaa. ttamlMMBSnat anaaMaVanmaVanaaal
-r-j'aMiTia Ti r
." ?-p'1 -t JX
WlPtF "JswTww 'J am awJsjnn na
Th Rrt reutlfis to harragned
mop; M nralerwear make oo of th
heat material for tht w oVl toela
Jag answer vry tll sft ter la
He bet to trah wr with. nd bnl
mp rivnih hwM b nel u msif
gvvial ?l. The rtr'. of tnjMn
aVr hk eB m rin-in U vrl tl
clear water Munyr who u lhir
strewyth ltildr ft! t mJf th ?!r
hns clean thresh JiwU f Uv rtit
rinsing Tb esrrlnt wwrtser -- tht
Ik mop ilr n om t ranVMt wth;
the- bae-lrl aj!?VnUy t l
After lrinc iHvrsl tb Jw .
to lssime dry before fjl Ws e
It. aa track pod lh l.kf it Smw.
saop th kiU'ltn lter tW eUitlcn
gt to !!, In oler tKt Sr rar
hatr tJm to !rvnM dr -f H
aet Tli I J'if3i4e mlT lfv U
B,r " rlnlrt. l tks n sl
et ftisr smi; to jfetdry k-! lh r"
wmdd hf liable to uni)eiMSl 4!Kp
iu the morning nb- fine ? i--Mj
until a ite hir Nttisf .
men to the ttrctl'" ft VtUa-rr
or to thy repnttn tJ b.Xr
than a tidily kept floor nl Hha f 1
laretm-t oJ Ulr to Uk pta '
It. Kurl w o?ker
WIOC AWAKt fOn JANUARY.
Taking up tl January W we. V-.J
OM U knl to redret IHaI thU mS
hs a partfceularb hpr v kn.!-r
way of enlMiar th lntrt and th
fatcy of iU rer by H l1e t wr
tltlon. It ame.stns, ".Suv-nw .m
avals' were enjovrsl by Twwinj aad Wt
ami borcl tha t tlo draWlnjrl-" 1
vhd Ul really trained jvr ttorf
toe pre kbs. with th inrtl tH
"lambkin, lrlir 'V Ilerw" ewni,Ut.n
watMta tad cour- In Mnl lKf--fs,tphy
Tte lru. Anfc-rjim ' ir
tttion omusl tiMt-.ot ? rVr
For 191 Ml Blnimer lrt. .it--te.
Tho Drawing of the tTilhirbr'r Im1
fair to 1 of g-t ititcrrit to children,
while the lrt "lnbl-m In llr-.-SQ"
bv 1- H H aw by of the .South.,
ian InstltuUon. wlllcll hti te cf
fort of th aludcnU in tho Latin and
J 'Hve torie and article f tit- Jan
uarr numbrr re each cc-el-nl f taeo
" kind and re by wh autlr -
clUlKe. Mrs' Buttn lUfrt-m. AUr
Igarel Shlnry. KlbrVtaV S ltoV. Bm
' rt Intfcrt-di, Kirk Mann. 'tT-
ipk Aw ut. l fl ) - ' fl,,4U
I a iiumberj D. lt hrop tVtnny, lk-
A Michigan man. ttJtr mi d, !!
not know until the .th-r dtty lt a
huls-tnd could not legally llr-h
j wife, proiklisl he wu lb trifcr H-t
J w hen arrested for thl offene he t.tVr!
! aUnit the bulwurk of IUrty in a r
to hi tug tear to the e)e ot the ghr
Americuu eagle Ivtrolt l feo I'to.
A tMarlpU Wt-I SrIIIUl.ft
Teacher Johitnv t reiii. ho b
111t neier ha e your "rmnaf les-n
Johnny I rp-et to go lot
whrnlgtW Up Judge
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fhaa at ma latl aaf taieat rannfui
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