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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JAN. 26, 1894.
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MOT AT MUDGEPORT.
aUIET OF GUNOAY BROKEN
AN ENRAGED MOB.
Etrllinri nnil the 1'npiiluie ,s,t the Authori
ties at Ucfhiiicu nnd I'.ij Jt. Attention (o
the folic The Trmlm llliirknitiil ami
Car Trulllc l'ri-tciitcit by Vlulcucr.
'BniDonroiiT, Conn,, Jnn. M. Yesterday
Wns one of the most exciting In the history
of the city of Hrldgcport. Not since 1SJ1,
when marching volunteers on their way to
tlie front filled thu M recta, htive the resi
dents been so aroused. All day excited
crowds thronged tlie utreets and inoh law
prevailed. The police were set at defiance,
nnd a crowd of nngry men ruled the town.
The rioting wns one of the results of the
discharge of live employes of thu llrldge
port Traction company nnd thu strike
which followed. About 100 employes of
thu company stopped work, completely
tying up tho road. They held numerous
meetings and sent a committee tot ho man
agcr of the- road In an effort to bring about
n ecttlcmcnt. In this they were unsuccess
ful. Yesterday morning fifty men camo
up from Jersey City to tako the places of
the strikers and it was announced that thu
company intended to run its cars.
Thu men then held a consultation nnd
decided that they would not nllow the
company to run the caw. They concluded,
however, to glvo tho company another
chance for settlement and sent a commit
tco to tho owners and managers of the
road. They were denied audience, tho
mnnngcrs refusing to meet them as n com
mittee or give reiihoiiH for the discharge of
the men. They announced that they
would meet tho dlssatlsllcd ones individu
ally, but would not recognize them as an
organization. The men withdrew nnd the
strikers held a brief session nt which it was
decided that they would not return to
work and would prevent the company
from running cars. Meanwhilo tho com
pany was preparing to start service and at
J o'clock nine cars wero run out of tho
shops. They were in chargo of the now
men from Now Jersey, the stable hands
and about n dozen of tho old men who re
ported for work.
The Tracks Mocked Everywhere.
The report that the company was to
start cars and that the striken would try
to prevent it spread rapidly through the
city and in n short time all of tho strik
ers and hundreds of sympathizers gathered
at the stable on Main street and along the
streets through which tho road runs. As
soon as nil of the strikers were informed
of the refusal of the owners of tho road to
arbitrate they proceeded to block the
tracks on every street. Tho yards of the
New York, New Haven and Hartford rail
road wero raided and railroad iron, ties,
coupling pins, boxes and barrels were
takcuaud piled on tLo tracks at various
points. Some of the cars were moved out
of tho sheds, but wey unable to proceed
but a short distance. They wero sur
rounded by the strikers and their friends
and the crews were compelled to leavo
them In the street!,
Pollco wero summoned from head
quarters and several cars were started with
three railroad employes and a guard of
threo policemen. The crowds quick-
dro;p the police from the cars together
,thv Cue conductors and drivers. Sticks
,md stones were thrown and the windows of
the cars broken. Several policemen ana
railroad employes were slightly injured,
Main street in the vicinity of the stables
was tho center of the trouble. Here a largo
crowd gathered and encouraged the
strikers. The demonstration became so
threatening that an alarm was sent out
from police headquarters and all of the
ofilcers and specials who could bo sum
moned wero brought In. This force was
stationed along the tracks, nt the stables
and on the cars. The crowds near the
stnbles and along the road Increased in ,
I l numbers until uearly 10,000 pcoplo wero )u
llomliarileil Cars with Stones.
The presence of the police did not, how
ever, deter thu mob nnd obstructions of all
kinds wero piled on tho tracks as rapidly
aa they were removed. At intervals at
tempts were mnie to move tho car" lud
about noon several proceeded a short dis
tance from the stables. At 'J o'clock a car in
charge of five policemen and several rail
road employes was attacked at the corner
of Congress and Main streets. Hurea mob
of about 2,000 men and boys were gathered.
They bombarded tho care with stones,
fireuk'ing all of the windows nnd injuring
several of thoso jn charge. 4 William
street in East Bridgeport 500 men nnd boys
raided tho yard of Joues & Hoffmuu, con
tractors, and piled lumber, trucks nnd
other obstructions on the tracks.
At 8 o'clock the company succeeded in
getting one car, strongly guarded by po
lice, over the entire Hue, but this was the
only one to make tho circuit during tho
day. AtO o'clock n patrol wagon tilled
with police and threo wagons with rail
road employes loft tho stables to bring
back a wrecked car at tho corner of Con
gress and Main streets. On arrlv Ing there
they wero surrouuded by n mob and u
lively row ensued in which n hostler em
ployed by the compuuy had his nose
brokeu nnd nnother employe was badly
bruited about thu body,
f ' The pollco and railroad, men retreated
and abandoned the cur. Meanwhile the
mayor summoned tho police commission
ers, shcriu nnu ciiy omenm uu u wmu'
!L ' 1..11... i,M- i,ni,ruwB held with tho
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owners oi tuo roua. ai mu iuuuunu
the. moetlna it was announced that the
SiSSWoB ItS re-employ the
Btrikers-wltn thoexcuptlon of ulue men.
Her Dream Came True.
New Youk, Jan. 18. Daniel Gulnano
was until very recently tho trustod employe
of B. Altman&Co. .ils wife, Mrs. Guiu-
ane.was nlso employed by the Arm aa
European buyer. On Christmas eve Mrs.
Gulnane, thon In Paris, had a dream that
her husbnud was dead, aud she cabled to
tho llrm thut tho dream was so startllngly
real that it had completely unnerved her.
She asked for permission to return aud
was told to tome. At that time Guluane
was iu perfect health. Uefore Mrs. Guin
aut arrived lie was dead.
1 lie Colorado Legislature.
DENVEft', Jan. IB.-Tho state senato untl-
extra scsbIou men In caucus considered a
resolution to dismiss all the senate officers
.....i ,!,..,, ncKniirn. leaving the governor
without uny official to 'call it together
agalu. Nothing was done in the season.
The house passed a few bills of no particu
. A Itentu
koV.pflf l' rLe '
- feenutor Wllllu
A Kentuiklan for the Place.
, Ky., Jan. 17. tub iniiuro
, Humiliation of Judge, Horn-
caused some gossip here that
i.-.l A AkU aW. 1st
Senator Wlllmiii iiauuaay, vi im-v;i-
tM BgTUW CUUUluuvv.
Tlie Week's I'rnrrriltnK In the Senate and
House of Itcpiescntnthei.
WamiINotov, Jan. 17. Hoar took tho
opportunity of tho receipt of tho presi
dent's llnwiillnu message to make a speech
In the senate on that question. (Sallinger
spake on thu tin iiT. A few unlui'iortnnt
bills wero passed and Palmer gave his
lews in fnvorof thu parage of the elec
tion repeal bill, declaring for a free ballot
very w here.
Tho house continued tho consideration of
tlia tnritT lilll nnil agreed to n few minor
committee amendments, thu chair refusing
to put Htiy others. The only Important
changu made wn to Increase tho duty on
condensed milk to S2 cents u pound. Noth
ing but spccchmuklug was done at thu
WASHINGTON, Jan. 18. The senate in
dulgcd in some criticism of the cl 11 service
law, Ualllngcr declaring that it should be
repealed. Palmer introduced a bill to
transfer tho Columbus caravel models to
the Columbian museum at Chicago. The
election law repeal bill was discussed for
two hours without nctlon.
Tho house passed a couple of unimpor
tant bills and then proceeded with tho tar
iff debute. The ways and means commit
mittco wanted the free wool clnuso to take
effect Aug. 1 next, but an amendment put
ting it in force on passage of tho bill, of
fered by free-trader and slagle taxer John
ma f OMa, tarried. At the Bight seaslou
speeches were tho order.
Washington, Jan. W. The only event of
interest in tho senate wax the resignation
of Senntor Walthall, who resigns because
his health demands it. The bill appropri
ating (00,000 for a monument to General
Htnrk, of 70 famo was passed. Vest spoke
in favor of tho election law aepcrl bill, stat
ing that in his opinion tho giving of the.
suffrage to tho negro had caused more
calamity to tho country thnu any law on
the statute books. Executive session was
Tho house spent about tho entlru day on
Burrow's amendment to tho tariff bill to
leave existing duties on wool which was
defeated by u party vote. A hot debate
wns begun on nu amendment by Tom
Johnson of Ohio to put steel rails on thu
free list. No action was taken. Debate
occupied tho night session. ,
Wasmsoton, Jan.SO. The house defeated
Johnson's amendment to the tariff bill
putting steel rolls, etc., on the free list 100
to 70. Henderson of Iowa moved to con
tinue the McKinley bchcdulu on agri
culture, nnd dubnto on that amendment
occupied the rest of the day, Springer de
claring protection for tho farmer a sham and
fraud. Tho night session was occupied by
Wasiiinoton, Jan. 22. Tlie house put in
the whole day discussing an amendment
to the tlnplate schedule of tho tariff bill
affecting the technicalities of tho trade.
Henderson's amendment to substitute the
McKinley agricultural schedule, Dlnglcy's
to chango the rate on lime from 10 pur cent,
ad Mdorem to 0 cents per 100 pounds spe
cific and Cram a to reduce, tho duties on
cotton and woolen goods to 'J3 per cent.
were lost. Tho president's message con
taining further "Hawaiian correspondence
was read, the Democrats applauding that
from Willis nnd tho Republicans that from
WANTED IT ALL WIPED OUT.
A Report of Alleged Proceedings by Min
uter Willi nt Honolulu.
Sas Fiuncisco, Jnn. 20. Tho steamer
Monowal has arrived from Sydney, Auck
land, and Samoa, via Honolulu. Sho
brings full Hawaiian advices from Hono
lulu. Since the sailing of the last steamer
affairs political have been a drug in Hono
lulu. Tho government has been pursuing
awaiting policy on tho ground that no
definite action can be taken until soiuo
definite policy regarding Hawaii iu an
nounced by the United Status. About the
nnlt tlitnrr nt nntn tlint. tins fWMlmil l l.hn
alleged attempt of Minister Willis to have
all his proceedings referring to the restora
tion of the queen suppressed and the social
boycott on the minister and his family.
The latter is said to Ixs nearly complete,
uono of the provisional or their families
paying the minister or Mrs. Willis any
social courtesies, As to thu former it is
stated that before the details of Willis'
demand ou Dole and the latter'a reply had
been mnde public Willis went to Dole and
wanted tho return of nil his correspond
ence, and the expunging from tho records
of all pertaining to the subject. Dolo re
fused and it Is alleged that Willis threat
ened to break off diplomatic relations,
pole was llrm, however,
DENOUNCED THE ROMAN CHURCH.
Au A. 1. A. OrRanlser Nearly Causes
Wot ut Lcat en worth, Kan.
ToPKKA, Kan., Jan. 18. A special to
The Capitol from Leavenworth, Kan.,
says: A serious riot was narrowly avert
ed in this city -Grand Army hall, where
J. W. Hile, au A. P. A. editor aud organ
izer, was addu.sslngn meeting. Ho was
speaking on tho object of the A. P. A. and
bitterly denouncing the Catholic church,
when he wan interrupted many times and
frequently called a liar. His audience
seemed ubout equally divlddd bctweuu
Catholics and Protestants, and in a very
short time thoy were worked up to tho
highest pitch, those in sympathy with the
speaker making an effort to put out a.
man who was interrupting, when blows
followed. Canes aud chairs were used
and two men kn
knocked down. When
SneiVpr Ulln drew n revolver from his
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pocket and placed it on tho table in front
of hm it had a quieting effect. While
too trouble was going on people broke
from tho building iu u stampede uud ran
over each other.
Stole 910.000, Hut Acquitted.
WEllbDUltO, W. Va., Jju. IU. The case
of ex-Sheriff J. h. Curtis, charged with
cmtezzlumcnt of county funds amouutuig
to about 10,000 has been brought to a
close, tho jury returning a verdict of not
guilty, llytlio saloof Cm tls' effects and
tho payment of K,000 his bondsmen agreed
that they would uot prosecute him, thereby
letting him out, as thu county does not in
tend to proceed ugulust him.
Ilecreaitt In the Halt Produetlou.
Sauinaw, Mich., Jan. 'JO. Reports read
at the annual meeting of tho Michigan
Salt company showed u decrease In tlie
salt production of thu stuto of 000,500
barrels. Salt is now selling fur lOceuts per
barrel less thuu lust year. Tlieru ure still
several muuufuctureis outside this fctatu
Decided In Favor of the llcpuullcaii.
Wasiiinuton, Jnn. 20,--The house com
mittee ou ulectlous, by'a practically unani
mous vote, has decided iu favor of Thomas
Bettle, ltepubllcun, whoso seat was cou
U'stedby Williams, Dempvrutr froro. tho
If if tli North CaroUu OJrtrJrt.
SUM U0NDS Ml SALE.
Fire Per Cents. I'ul on tint Market nt a
1'rlro tlml MnUr the Interest Only 3
l'er Cent. Takes lolil tn lluyThrin
Secretary t'nrlMe' Clreitlnr.
Washington, Jan. 18. Secretary Car
lisle has issued the following circular, in
viting proposals for live per cent IkuiiIs:
TllEAiUUV DKrAlUMKNT, 1
OlTICK OF TIIK SWHKTAItV,
Wahiinutox. Jan 17, vm. J
Hy virtue of thu nuthorlty coutabied tn
thu act entitled, "An ait to providu for
thu resumption ofapecie payments," ap
proved Jan. It, 187,, tho secretary of tho
treasury hereby offers for public subserlp
, tlon, uu issue of bonds of the United Suites
to tho nmount of ,V,000,()iio, In either re
gistered or coupon form, in denomination
of $50 and upwards, redcemnblo In coin at
tho pleasure of tho government nttcr ten
years from the dnto of their issuo, and
Waring interest (uiyable quarterly in coin
at tho rato of 5 per cent, per annum.
Proposals for the whole rr any part of
these bonds will lie received nt tho treasury
department, office of the secretary, until 13
o'clock, noon, on the first day of February,
Honda rrnctlcntly 3 Ter Cent.
Proposals shall statu the nmount of
bonds desired, whether registered or cou
pon, and tho premium which tho subscriber
proposes to pay, tho plnco where It Is de
sired that tho bonds shall bo delivered, nnd
the office w hcther that of tho treasurer
of the United State ornny assistant treas
urer of tho United Htntc.s where it will bo
most convenient for the subscript todeposit
the amount of his subscription. Failure
to specify the above particular mny cause
tho proposed to be rejected. As soon as
practicable after tho 1st day of Feb
ruary tho allotments of bonds will be mndo
to the highest bidders therefor, but no pro
posal will Iw considered at a lower prico
than (117.1, which is tho equivalent of n
:) pur cent, bond nt par, and the right to
reject any nnd nil proposals Is hereby ex
pressly reserved. In enso tho bids for al
lotment exceed the bonds to bo Issued t hoy
will be nllotted pro rnta.
Subscribers Must Pay In (lold.
Notlco of thedateof delivery of tho bonds
will be sent to the subscribers to whom al
lotments are mnde as soon us practicable,
and within ten days from the date of such
notice subscriptions must be paid in United
States gold coin to the treasurer or such
assistant treasurer of tho United States as
thu subscriber has designated, nnd it not
so paid the proposal may Ixs rejected. Tho
bonds will bo dated Feb. 1, 18W, nnd when
payment is inmlo therefor, as above, ac
crued interest on both principal and pre
mium from Feb. 1, lbVl.to date of payment
at thu rate of interest realized to thu sub
scriber on his investment will lie ndded.
All proposals should bo addressed to the
secretary of the treasury, Washington, 1).
C, and should bo distinctly tnaikud "Pro
posals for subscriptions to 5 per cunt,
bonds." J. G. CAitLlM.K,
K. OF L.
Tlie Knights of Labor Wilt
Apply for an
Der MoiNfcF, Jan. 'JO. General Master
Workman Sovereign was seen by au As
sociated Pros reporter regarding the pro
posed injunction proceedings against Sec
retary Carlisle, "it may be h. good deal
like a mouse tackling ft Hon," he said to
tho reporter, "but wo are going to do it."
Tho petition praying for au injunction to
restrain the secretary of the treasury of
tho United States from issuing bonds in
tho sum of (ft0,000,000, or any other
amount, Mr. Sovereign said, would bo
drawn hero by Judge Cole.
The document will bo sworn to by Sov
ereign nnd sent to Washington to be filed
in tho United States circuit court of tho
District of Columbia tlie first of next
week. It was thought at first that Car
lisle could be enjoined in the circuit court
here, but it was found later that the in
junction proceedings must be begun
against the person defendant at his domi
cile. Washington being the homo of Mr.
Carlisle the suit has to be brought there.
THREE THUGS PUT IN DURANCE.
Those Centralln Train Ilobber Sent to
Work twf Twenty Years Kach.
Centiialia, Ills., Jan. 10. Thu flunloto
the Illinois Central truiu robbery Sept.
20 last, bus come iu the sentence of Hardin,
Jones and Odwicr to the penitentiary for
twenty years each. In this caso of at
tempted robbery determined opposition
ou tlie part of the trainmen resulted in tho
entire defeat of the robbers. Tha rftbbbr
who got on thu engine, after shooting the
euglnier iu the back, was knocked off the
engine by the ilieman and was injured to
such an extent as to bu incapable of further
The second robber was arrested the sumo
evening, and the third robber a fuwdnyw
afterwards in Ciuclunuti. The Illinois
Central Hallroad company aud, tho Amer
ican Express company gave to each of the
six trainmen nnd to one of their own em
ployes who was riding as a passenger on
tho train, and who took part iu tho affair,
gold medal and also three share each at
Illinois Central stock,
Coughllu'ii Defence 'ow.
Cuicaoo, Jan. 18. The prosecution in
tho trial of Dan Cougbllu has examined its
last witness aud rested, and thu defeuse
will begin to produce testimony. What
that will bono one bus the least idea except
Coughliu's uttomujH. Nor is it known
whether Cougbllu will go on the stand
himself. The trial has now lusted sbc
weeks and it is nut expected thut a ver
dict will bu reuched bufore Murch,
National runners' Alliance.
Chicago, Jau. 10. Thu ty.iHwtfh an.
Uiral meetlug of h,u! National Fanner's Al
fhtuce ho begun its session at the Com
mercial hotel. Resolutions huve been
adopted of a standard alliance type and
another demanding the resignation of Sec
retary of Agriculture Morton, who is char
ucterued ns "impudent."
Oeorgu W. C'hllds a Little Wure.
PliaAUKU'ltlA, Jnn. !W, Tho condition
inf George W, Chi Ids Is not ho favorable.
The following bulletin has been, hisued:
"Mr. Child is not qUItu no well tonight.
There has been boiio slight Use In his tem
perature." A ltuiuurTlmt I Probably FaUe.
Lomiox, Jan. iy. There U a rumor at
Vieuuu that King Alexander of Berviu baa
vco assussiuutcu. no ccumnnatTou csa
DEMOCRATS WIN IN JERSEY.
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Tiiiimov, N. J., Jan. 17. (t'mcrnnr
Werts f.ent to President, Adiinii, of tho
Democratic senate, and President lingers,
of tho ltepubllcan senate, t lie opinion of
Attorney fietiernl Stockton on tho sen
atorial difficulty. Arromp.tti)ing tho opin
ion was n messago of sotuu length. It was
addressed to "lion. Kolwrt Adrian, presi
dent pro tern of tho senate," In it.tho gov
ernor snyss "I enclose herewith tho reply
of the attorney general whereby I am ad
vised that the body uvor whldijou Imut
the honor temporarily to preside Is the con
stitutional seuatu," nnd that the body un
der the presidency of lingers docs not rep
resent the senate of Now Jersuy. A strong
i effort between the Itopubllcans and Demo
crats to get together has been started, Tho
ltepubllcan senators appointed tltogers,
Voorhecs, ami Stokes as a cmnmiltoo on
' compromise to meet a Democratic commit
tee consisting of Wiutoti, Adrian and
I TlikSTON', N. J., Jan. 18. The conference
committee from tho two senates met in tho
rooms of the president of the senate. A
proposition was submitted by the ltepub
llcan senators demanding recognition. The
llumocratiu senators received the proposi
tion and stated that a reply would lie giun
in writing on Monday.
TRAIN ROBBERY ONCE MORE.
Fntorlte Snot Near St. .loseiilt
Hcene of the Crime.
Sr, JobKl'il, Mo., Jun. 18. Train No. !l on
tho Kansas City, St. Joseph nnd Council
lUuffs railroad was held up this morning'
by five masked men and the express car
roblu'd. The hold-up took place nt Hoy's
Branch, tho scene of tho rubbery of
Sept. '.'.") last, when two robbers
wero killed mid four enptutod. The
train was stopped by n rod light and
torpedo placed on tho truck, and thu en
gineer and fireman wero forced to go to
the express car and demand admittance iu
the usual way,
Express Messenger U. E. Ilnxtcr was
overpowered and the contents of t lie safe,
which was open, wero swept into a suck
held by one of tho robbers. Tho crow of
tho train was ordorcd to inarch down half
way tho length of tho train nnd told to
stand there while thu bandits made their
escape, in a dense growth of willow west of
tho road. It Is not known how much was
secured by thu robbers. Officers are in
Wanted the Doctor Ilemoved.
Buffalo, Jan. 19. A crank in Bridge
port, 0 sent a box of polsouous drugs to
Superintendent of Police Chnmbcrs, with
a letter will Ji requests tho chief to kill
Dr. Hay V. Picrco according to directions.
The box contained ten bottles filled with
liquid drugs and three packages of dry
substnnces, one of which was morphine.
Oue of the bottles contained carbolic ncld
and nnother was filled with mercury. The
crank signs his name aa D. O. Van Novtr.
The letter says: "Have tho cook give It
regular to him threo times a day, using one
kind nt a meal. Pay no attention to what
ho says, J. w. Foster, of Itullann nnil ex
secretary of statu and I will not give him
a clean bill of health until all iu this box
goes down his dn throat."
A Statement from Pelxnlto
Itio WB .lANEllto, Jan. tW. President
Pcxioto authorizes the statement that tho
revolt Is drawing to a close; that there la
no possibility of itasucccs; that t lie regular
troops have not even been called onto fight,
thut part of the business having beendono
so far by the national guard; thai all
Americans in this city uro iu favor of the
government, nnd that Father Jnao Baptist,
the private secretary of the pupal nuncio,
lias issued a pamphlet lor private clrctila
tlon advocating u monarchy, ami
saying that Du Mollo has promised to ro
nton) the monarchy mid tho rights of the
Daring Itulil hy HtirgUrt.
I.ANCASTElt, Pn Jan. 18. Several dur
ing robberies wero committed about 0
o'clock In the morning on tho principal
business streets of tho city and at a time
when they wero well filled with people go
ing to work. Big plato glass windows in
three stores were smashed nnd ai tides ou
c'.lsplny stolen. At Hellly Bros, ic ltaub's
hardware store n number of revolvers wero
secured; nt Gansmnn & Bros.' clothing
atore overcoats, and nt A. A. Schaeffer's
liquor store n numlier of bottles of whisky
The principal loss is that of the plate glo.s.s.
Tramps are believed to huve done the
Talmagn Will Itenlgnltl Pastorate
BltooKl.YX, Jan. 23. The Hov. T. DoWltt
Tqlumgo. at the close of his sermon nt the
1'nbcrnuclu last night, mndu the announce
ment that ho intended to resign from the
pastorate of tho church, tho resignation to
go into effect on theoccaslouoi the twenty
llfth anniversary of his taking charge of
the Tabernacle. No intimation of tills had
Veen gi'eu by Dr. Tulmago, and thu an
uouueemcut was a surprise to thu congre
gation. A 13-Year.Qld Suicide.
laiiEKTY, Jan. V!3. Glen Ammermau, the
on of a farmer of this county, committed
ulcido by hanging himself in his father's
bam. He was IU years old.
THE DEATH RECORD.
T. DwicilT TiiATCUKit, pioneer citizen o!
Kansas, at Topeka, Kun.
Aluxamieu Wiiaok, well known banker
of Lafayette, Ind.
Hksuv Mkaus, ouo of tho first Feelers,
oi soutiieiu iscousiu, at ueiou,.
Jons H. Sri:.us, ouu of thu, fo,uud.crs ut
the Republican party, 'a't Jackbouvllle,
G. l RoTfmu:!.!.. excongrcssmuu
AHssouri, ut Moburly, Mo.
' tlcnernl William HtsitY Foiisey. super
intendent of Gettysburg battlefield, at
llE.s'ltY M. Rick, ex-senator from Minne
sota, ut Hun Antonio, Tex.
Colonel John L. BltA.vcif, who ordered
the first gun fired Iu thu rebellion at Ulr
AVEitY A- Williams prominent in edu
cational work, at Wab;islit Jud,
J.'W. bAMCtltr, a pivuevr of Dubuque,
Uuouuk lUKilXTT PiitbCOTT, the elcetri
clnn, nt New York.
William Gamu.v, ex-governor of Mas
sachusetts, at Doktou.
Hi:i.i: Siiau:ii, president of Wellsely
college, nt Huston.
William Giixin, first governor of thu
territory of Colorado, at Duuwr.
KUDiiLrn A. Koss, Well known German
diidf, at Mllw'ouk'w,
DOLE AND WILLIS LOCK HORNS.
Tho I'.iriuii 1lnt.es Indefinite Chargm nnil
Is AnUi'il to Speelf).
WAtillMims, Jan, J..'.-The correspond
nco that the pii'sldent sent to cotigiess
relating to tho Hnwnllau Imbroglio con
tained line letter that Incited the liinrae
terl.nllon of "renmtknblo" by tho execu
tive, ('lux eland's message was short nnd
cxiVpt that mm comment ou Dole's letter
mutulnisl nothing but thciiummnrcmciil
that this was tlie coire.spondenn' up to
date. The rirri"Kiiidciici' conli Ined at
least two Vnlly" letters. 'IV first, isono
from Dole which begins and goes nu at
great length with u charge that the mill
isteraud C'le eland ate responsible for tho
iniidltioti of the islands,
Theu charges nie not definite. They nm
made Insueh words as follows: "I desire to
cnll jour uxcellcncy'.s most serious consid
eration to thu dangerous, critical condition
of this community uilsitig, I must, m
speet fully .submit, out of the attitude
which ou huumssumi-d iindtheluugiiagu
which you have used In public mid iu com
munlcution.s to this government, and also
out of the published letter of the secretary
of stale of tho United States mid the presi
dent' message on the subject of restora
tion of tlmmounrchy," Dole docs not say
this situation has been created Intention
ally, but il has arisen ho s.iys from the
ambiguous attitude of the Amciicnii gov
ernment. The letter Is full of such liiuenilos with
out specification, mid the condition of thu
islands asuiesult of this alleged "atti
tude" is pictured iu the most grevioim
terms. The letter ends with a iaragraph
asking whether Willis has Instructions to
use force. Willis replies; very sharply. Ho
wants to know what '.he "attitude"
is that Dole complains of and
what bu (Willis) has been sajlug
and doing (as chingud indellulU'ly Iu
Dole's letters) that has pioduced such u
bad state of nll'ulrs on thu islands, lie de
mands that Dole shall statu specifically
where these things huwi been said aud
done mid tells the provisional minister
that his whole letter Is a set Ions rellei tlon
ou the president of the United States and
that government's representative at Hono
lulu. Tho reply from Dole Is to the effect that
his question has Isen answered, ns he has
received copies of the president's message
to congress and (iresham'a letters. This
did not suit Willis, who wioto In reply
asking whether hew-as Intake Dole'rt tetter
nan withdrawal of his charges. Dolo in
plied that he withdrew nothing mid could
fllu specifications for v cry chargo hy had
made, aud Willis requested that tho speci
fications be sent, saying that ho could
provo uvery duirgo false.
This ended the correspondence sunt to
congrcsg, being hll that could be sent by
thu steamer from Honolulu. One point
decided by the correspondence is the stuto-
litcnt in recent dispatches that Willis had
requested Dole to supress till the corre
spondence relating to thu testoration of
tho queen. Wliut Willis really did sug
gest was that the correspondence above
summarized should be suppressed. This
suggestion, however, was made upon the
receipt of Dolo'H letter staling thut ho had
received news from thu United States
which replied to his first letter, and when
Willis supposed Dolo had withdrawn his
If ho had withdrawn tl.em
Willis thought tho whole correspondence
might be treated tin if it never had taken
MARKETS DY TELEGRAPH.
New York fliiniirlnl.
Nr.w Youk, Jnn. W.
Monoy on call easy. URorol ut 1 por
cent. Prime uirrenntltn impor 'l)4U!'ij lor
cont. Kturllng nxufiuiiKe dull, with iictnnl
business In hankers' bills ut WjiCWW for
doiuaitd and 44Miib'i for sixty days
posted rate ISOtSS. Cuinmurci.il bills VU)i
Silver certificates, CVo bid; no salon; bar
United States bonds, Vs regular, 112?: do
' coupuiis,.lU')iidiS,s, 03; l'acillo ' of "Ji,
Mew York drain mid nnd I'roduce.
Nr.T Youk, Jnu 'Al
Wheat-May, CO ll-lGa,Mi)(c. Hjo-NoiiiIiihI.
Com Options No. - dull but firm; March,
flffillUe: May. U O-IIIKtlKe. O.its-Oiitluns
No. - dull; truck wlilta stuto, ililOc; truck I
wlilto wehtorn. :rH4()e. I'lirk jiilt; now
mess, iU'nbli'r, fumlly, fl.r.iiSliU"i: short
clear, tl6.ilUil7.W. I.urd Dull; prluiu vtosturn
Chicago Grain and I'rndiiee.
C'iiicaoo, Jan. SO.
Following wore tlio qiiotntlous on tho
Hoard of Trade today; Wheat -January.
oieuud tfiJiv, cloM:d OK'; -Muy, opoaod
0Wc, closest II)4e; July. t-IJie, closed .
OBJo. Corn January, oienl !Mfin. elo-od
SHl,c: May, opened 33c, dosed isc; July,
nptnod USJie, clonod Ltiii. Oats .liuiuury,
opont-d c, closed ulje; May, openvil L".Hc,
closed 30(io: July, oponrd )Mi closed ts)Ju.
Pork-Jsnnury, opeaed IU 0.'fi. closad JlllUJit;
May opoued 81ll.l.", c-lusod til. 15. Li.nl i
Janunry, ojenod 17.70, closed f 7.'H
Produce; Uuttor Fnuoy crottmory, Slc-io
peril)., fancy dulry. Ultimo; luicklu stock,
PViillr. Kuics rresh stock,
cold Htoinuu. tlni. Uiois
lJo por dozoii;
uulWd.iiO per lb; turkoys, biV.ic; ducks,
ftitlOt; gechc, 7ilBc. rutntisis Hui batiks
!itMi per bu; Hubroas, .'ilUVii'; Hosu. WAH-'h:;
mixed lut, 45tt62e. Ap,los-l'ulr to cliolra,
tJdOitS.'Jo per bbl. Crnnuerrlm Capo Cod,
0.WV,'M por bbl; .lonsuys. SI.104iu.MJ,
lloney White clover, 1-pouud sections, II4(
l&c; broken coinu, WiilJc; dnik oonib, good
conditlou, Uo; struluud, Cultfornla, Wtt'J.'i
Chlcugo Live Stork.
CiiiUAUo, Jan. 3).
Live stock. The prices at tho Union Stock
yards today tutigod us follows: Cuttlo
KoculpU for Hit) day, w, slilpmeiits uoue;
uot a tutfluloiit uuuibvr ou mlu to muVu a
market; no ikiles of uotr; piicei unolmnKod,
lfugH-UetelpUfor tlioduy, ll.ouu, hliipuwnts,
S,UI0; mai Wet mow una fit lower; rouvih. Jl.'.H),
5,i "); puckers und mtxod, i&J3iVi.ail; prluio
hvitvy and bulcliorn' weUUtS X''t!.M; prime
Blieep und LiubA ItecuipU for tho day,
S,a; top i-Ucop. $U.00a:i.TJ; top lauibj, 11.00;
l.ntt lluffalo Mvo Stock.
l'.AbT Htil'irAU), .Inn. !i).
Oattlo ItecopU 4 car r-ae; murUU Htmvly
for cool cattle; tat cows, S-'.lS'.U'.tiV, light to
good t.tcur, I.UJJt;)..') veali, Xti.riX.V.
llogi lt.'cciptg"! caiMoii silo; uuikutlroim
or; Yiirkur J.VwncVTO; mostly M'.;45..Tit;
pii;, iSUIit.Vi; mixed HUlpj, (a.tt.'i.U; mixed
packers, 6"i n.Vuvi,a); imsllnun s.l,rj5p.in. fair to
clioiea heavy, tl.t &t i; roURln. fl.1U3A.oi).
Hhoeu aud Limlu-Hcculpt U cars.fivtli, IS
rUeyiliVlW light tSfalrrw
4li).Boif, ?.,.,vra;Cmuli.iuiuH, $.tsvtw;
couiuimi to fair cwea, V'J.-Vii:!.ii.5; cholco to fair,
V.tw&y. 1M; fut wethers, ;!lttJai..
St. LouU Oraln.
Ht. Louis, Jan. 'M
Wlieut-IIIuhur; easU, JieMc: Jnnnarr. 67c:
uom over; maruct svauy lor good crane;
....A . .Hnhl.rt B....1.,.. r..M .w..1 ..Bn.1...
robruaiy,67e; Slay, Jic; July, uhc. Corn-
HlgUur; c.mli, :tlc; Jniiuary, iiljjc; May, Sis
irtho; July, IBJte. Uuts-lllnlur; cash. WKv,
Jaumiry, iJe; May, ac. 1'ora JJull: Job
blu, $1,1.60. Lrd-liuwer; 7.ti. WhUky
Utuady at 91.13.
Toledo, Jau. ?J.
Wheat-Mo. S ca.sh, dOJlc; January, UOUo;
May, MJ(c; July, (Hc Corn-No. 2 caih, KVi;
Muy, (Be. Uats-llull; cU, 0)i; May, Wiic.
Rye-i'lrra; cash, Wc bid. Clover Kcd-QuUt;
urfjae caib, tUW); January, -j EVUruary,
HJUi March, IV.U asked. I
TOURIST RATE9 AOVANCED.
Cnlo-a raclllo Charged With flnndry
Ilroaehes of Faith.
Chicago, Jnn. 24. Tourist car rntoa
from Chicago to California pionta aro to
bo advanced f'J. At leant a movement
in that direction wns logon lioro Tues
day. Tlie rato at pnnont for thoso cars
is $4. It is to bo mndo $0,
Wcstorn roads bavo not got much that
Is good to my of tho Union Pnoilic.
Thoy clinrgo that road with sundry
broaches of good faith nnd Instancod
that it was bout on causing troublo in
trnnamissourl torrltory. Tho ronsou,
they nvor, was that tho Union Pad flu
notified thorn it would cxtond the sale of
tlckots for tho Midwinter exposition at
excursion intca until Juno 30. Thoso
tickets by agreement wero to hi with
drawn from sale April 15. Tho Union
Pacific had previously oxtendod tho lim
its to July 15 without waiting for tho
woatorn roads to urraugo for this con
traction. Carrie UU Fostonleo With Him,
DtuiUQUK, Iu., Jnu, IM. Thomas Day
king, I'ostiuastor of Contor tlrovo, this
county, liacauie tirod holding office and
brought iu his rosignntion with nil tho
belongings of tho nffico in n wagon
drawn by a tnnlo. Ho wus informed by
tho Dubuquo Postmaster that ho must
hold on till thu Inst of this month, llo
theroupon took tho postofllco back to
Kanani City Kspoiltlon llulldlna;.
Kansas City, Jau. Ut. Unless tho un
expected happens thooxposltlon building
will bo sold under forccloauro of mort
gogo within DO dnys. Thu forccloauro
will bo mndo under tho first mortgage,
which la for about $50,000. James T.
Uolmos, who was tho owner of tho
ground whom thu building atunds, holds
Itaion Hacked by Carlisle.
Lotmvit.i.ic, Jnu, 24. Cuptuiu Dauor,
tho United Smtos Bccrot service oflleor
posted hero, received information from
Washington that Captain A. T. Drum
xuond, chief of tho secret scrvico, has
been dismissed. It is bollovcd Officer
Will Iluzon, now posted nt Cincinnati,
will bo appointed chlof, na bo is strongly
back by Carlisle
I.lkoly to llo I.ynchod.
QuiNOY, Ills., Jan. 21. Alonzo Rooso,
a prominent fnrmor of Porry, about 80
miles oust of hero, brutally murdered his
wlfo and child, us n result of n family
qunriol, mil thou lied. Tho sheriff of
Piko county Is in hot pursuit with a
posse, and if Iluojo is caught ho is likoly
to bo lynchod.
IliSer' Ukiik Captured. -
FoitT Smith, Ark., Jan. 84. A tele
gram from Deputy United Status Mar
shal W. C. Smith, at Viultu, confirms
tho capturo of Rogers' gang of outlaws.
It reads: "Wo liavocanturod tho Itouera
K,imj; kllluJ one and wouudoJouo badly.
Tho other two uro not hurt."
Hanker Koettlnc Found (lullty.
Mii.waukuk, Jan. l After laboring,
for threo houri tho jury in tno Kocttlug
trial returned u verdict of guilty in tho
socond count. This count churgos Koett
ing ns "owner" of tho bunk with having
received a doposlt utter ho know the
An Iowa Man Uot the Contract.
Kansah City, Jun. 24. A contract
was lot horu for tho building of tho Ban
Antonio nnd Gulf Shoro ruilioad bo
twoon San Antonio und Galvoaton. Tho
road is to be tin air lino 2H0 milos long.
J. II. Flick of Dixon, la., was awarded
IN A FEW WORDS.
Tho schools nro closed nt Locust town
ship, Illinois, bccauHQ of uu epidemic of
A man named Aglu from Chicago has
been htricken with smallpox ut New
Tho Klkina trial wns ended nt IJrynn,
O,, nnd tho prltonvr was sentenced to llfo
In a qunrrcl nt Atlanta, Mich., John
Jduun Ntruck Hlchnrd Garrett with an nx.
Garrett will urobnbly dlo.
The old holdtcrn of eastern Nebraska
will hold n reunion nt Tccunweb, Neb.,
during the latter part of August.
Thomas D. Grady was awarded $3,000
damuges against the Chicago und Alton
Hallroad comiiunv tit Lincoln. Ills.
Mrs. William Ncnl poisoned, herself nt
l,(.Plinm,. I nhrliimnn. Illu rTnnMmiml
illness was the cause. .She leaves six
Mrs. J. Wyatt of Howling Green, Ind.,
was fatally biirncd ut her home. Her
clothing caught lire while sho was prepar
Mrs. Frank H. Smith hIioL and killed
herhclf at Hentrke, Neb. .Sho wan -5 years
old and had been married IS months. Sho
wus temporarily insane.
The jury disagreed at Marnhalltown,Iu.,
in the case of Horace Hill for false im
prisonment against B. K. Ernest, iu con
nection with tho murder of Anna Wicse.
John Clark died at Cairo, Ilia., from
wounds inflicted by John Ueuuutt. llotli
ore colored. Thoy quarreled on tho
bU'amcr Statu ot Missouri, where tho ut
Charles Acklcy, aecrotury of tho Kllcn
dale Uullding apd Loan tunciation, his
ubscondod from Ullandulc, N. D., and it
is said ho has taken tlWO of the associa
Frank S. Donaldson, n lawyer, wns sen
tenced nt Grand IUirrtds to one year In
jail and to pay n flue of (500 for colluding
money for clients und appropriating it to
bis own use.
Tha Rev, J. A. Mutt30ii ot tho Hock
Itlnnd Kweillhlt Thnln-rlr il Kiimtiinrv his
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uccoptodacal to tha Suudlsh Luther.;,;
church at Bloomington, I!lo, and will
begin hla new work Juno 1.
Cathorluo M. Fillmoio won her suit nt
Ann Arbor, Mich., to recover J'J.OOO insur-
unco on her husbnud'a llfo from thu
Knlirhts of Mneoiilx-us. The knishu
claimed hia rights weio vitiated by his
purchasing ntock in n buiwlug company.
Thu Ctduvado Fuel nnd Iron company nt
I'ueblo bus ntnrted up it htcel plnut wltli
a total complement of !VA) mcu. Fob. 1
1,-00 iiuiro men will bu put to work and
Mnroh 1 &(JU additional.
Mr. I'owderly says ho heii iiothlug to do
with the alleged stent tunvement to
Heciiro his reinstatement iu ofllco ultli thu
KluhW of Labor nnd Una he would nod
uko tUe place ugalu it it was ollend hln'i.
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