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ELEVENTH YEAB. OMAHA , TUESDAY MORNING , NOVEMBER 15 , 1881 , NO. 124
For Sale By
FIFTEENTH AND DOUGLiS STS ,
No. I , NcwhoviHo , 7 looms , on Cunilns otroo
Dear Snundarx , frJUO.
N . 2. 2 Btf'rj house , 9 roomi , well , cittern am
barn , Webster , ncnr Kith ntrect , $ 600.
No. 3 , House ot 10 rooms , on llnrncy , sea
h street , etonr > ( oundntlon , J4000.
No. 1 , Lareo house of 1 1 roonm , on Wcbstc
trcot , near Crolliton ( Colle.ro , WM.
Ko. 0 , Hnuao of 7 rooiiw. on Caiui , noir 17t
lirect , $1000.
No , 7 , House ot 8 roainn , 3 lots , on ITUistncI
ao.tr Irani , 3 00 ,
No 8 , llousu ot 5 roomi , on Cam , civxr Utli
22x132 leotlot , S1300.
No. D , House oJ 3 room ; , kltclicn , etc. , 01
Cawi , near 13th st cct , $ M > .
No. 10 , Howe of 3 roomi with lot 22x132 feet
on CIWH , nrar Htli street , $000.
No. 11 , IIoiiuo of 0 rooniH , on ICth Btreot , nca
DousKi , 44\0fl feet lot , StOOO.
No. 12 , Ilouaoof ( i roomi. Iir < ck foundation , n
Harney , near 27th street , § 101)0 )
No 13 , 1 fiary new IIOIMO of 0 room" , liric !
fotintlMlon , od tit. Marj'a avenue , near com cut
No. 14 , Housool R rooms and BUimncrklMivu
on EOtli street , tunr dark , ? JIOD.
No , IS , House of 8 roomii , on Sherman aveiiu
( IGlh gtrcot ) . near Nicholas , $2250.
No. 1C , 1 j- tory houto of 4 rooms , cellar
( table , etc , , on Urneniort , near 22d street , * 1600
No. 17 , 2-ntory brick houno of 0 room * , nca
nJ of red street ear turn table , $2360.
No. 18 , House and 2 lots , 4 bluOu Ho t ot High
School , ? 2M > 0.
No. 19 , Kotiio nnd 3 loin on road to park , nen
head St. Jlarj'H a\c uc , $3600.
No. 20 , HounoanJ llilotinOArllivflcairs , Houtl
Omaha , 82500.
No. 21 , HOUBO and lot on Davonp'rt street
near 10th street , $6500.
No. 22 , 2-Htory house and 1 t S2xOO feet , on
Darenport , near 12th street , $1500.
No. 23 , House of 4 rooms and 2 lots on 1711
trcet , near Izard , $1200.
No. 25 , itouaonnd J lot on 10th street , 1'cn
Dodge , JOSO. s.
No. 20 , HOUBO ami i lot on 10th street , nca
< 3 p tel arcnue , $1450.
Mo. 27 , 2 houses and lot on Jackson , ueor 13th
Wo. 29 , 6hou Mandllot on California , ne
8th itreet , 95000.
Mo. SO , -story brick house of 4 rooms will
lot 00x260 ffM , on Sherman urenuo ( lUth street ;
acar.Iovrd.'fSOOO1 _ ,
No. 31 , H > tory house and 53x60 foot , on 13th
rooot , near Howard street , $2000.
No. 38 , t-story house of C rooms and two lots
01 Mason , near ICth street , $3000.
Npps , Largo house and lull lot on Caplto
Tcnuo , near 13th street , $2300.
No. ZU , 2 thrm-utory brick hoiiioi wi lot 4 tx
18 feet , on Chicago , Dear 13th street , SO 0 ench
ho. 37 , Houwof 7rooma ltli IJlot 1'au
street , near 18th street , $2760.
No , 33 , House and lot on IBUi street , near
Sherman , $1860.
No. 30 , Uousu of 6 rooms with 44x66 feet lot
on 18th street , near California , $2500
No. 42 , Housed 8 rooms with lot 150x120 fcut
on Cohnrn , near Colfax street , 93600.
No. 43 , HOUBO and 2 lots on Uhlcuxo , near 20th
trot , $76JJ.
No. 45 , Lar o hoiifle of 7 roonn , clo ets pantry ,
well and cistern , on ISth , near Clark xtrcet , $3500.
1 No. 40 , Lar e houco with full block , ucar new
Bbott ewer , $2000.
No. 47 HOUHB of 9 rooms with 1 lot.on Pacific ,
near llth street , 83000.
No. 49 , Brick house of 11 rooms , well , c'etcrn ,
KM throughout the house , Kood born , etc. , on
Vornboui , near 17th Ntreet , $ tXK)0. )
No. to , House of 6 room * , cellar , well , etc. , on
10th , near l' ul street , $ " 000.
No. 53 , House of 1) ) roomi and collar , 1st 33x132 ,
off St. Mary's avenue , near convent , $1500.
No. 55 , Four houses and 88x120 feet , on I > & \ on
port , near 10th street , $0000.
No. 50 , Houeo of 9 or 10 rooms , on California ,
near 21st street , 85500.
No. 57 , Houix ) of 6 rooms , nimtncr kitchen ,
cellar , cisU-r.i , well , good barn , etc- . , near St.
Jlorj'3 arenuo and 21st street , $3000
No. 68 , New house of 7 rooms , KOCH ! barn , on
Wcbstor , near 22d street , $2500.
No. 69 , Four housea with i lot , on 12th strctit ,
near Co. . S2500 ,
No. 60 , HOUM ) of S rooiris on Davenport , near
23rd street , WOO.
No. 01 , House of 9 or 10 roouu , on Hurt street ,
near 22nd xtract , $5000.
No. 02 , House of 4 rooms , 1 otory , porch , cel
lar , cistern and ncll , on Harncy , near 21rt street ,
No. C.t , House of 4 rooms , clojoU , basement
R J collar , near Whlto I atlVorke , $1COO.
No. 04 , JluildliiK onlcased lot , on IJodiruiitruet ,
near i > o t ollice , store below and ruom * above ,
9300No. . 05 , S lot * with barn and other Improve
ments , near street car turn table , $2000.
No. 1)7 ) , Now hou o of 8 rooms ou 17th , near
Cumin ? street , $1000.
No. 09 , I-ait'O line house of 12 rooms , every-
hln complete , on 18lh , near Chicago , $1)000.
No. 70 , House on 18th street , nwtr O enport ,
tore below an J rooms above , barn , etc. , $1500.
No. 71 , House of 8 rooms , line cellar , all com
ploto. on California , near 21 t , $7000.
No. 72 , Brick house , 10 or 11 rooms , on Daven
port , near 16th $60C .
Mo. IS , IJ-story house , 6 rooms , cellar , w.l
and cUtern , on Jackson , near 12th , SlbOO.
No. 74 , Brick hou o lth 2 lots , fruil trees ,
etc. , on 16th , near Capitol avenue , $15,000.
No. 76 , House of 4 roomi , bcment , lot KJi
183 fcfti , on Maicy , near 7th , $ C76 ,
No. 76 , 1 J-rtory houne , 8 room * , on Cass street ,
Of ar 10th street , $4000.
No. 77 , 2-story house , 11 roomi , lo et , fur-
M , fruit trod ) , born , etc. , on Fornhain , uear
th tr t , $8000.
No. 81 , 2 housea with fl rooms , and other ulth
rooms , on Chicago , ncr 12tb street , $3000.
Mo. 82 , 1 j-Btory how * , 0 roonia , 4 clo * < t , well
and 100-barieI cistern Rood barn , on Pierre Ht , ,
neur 20th ( near now government corrull ) , $1&00 ,
Na. 83 , 2-story bouse , 0 room * , coalbliixJ , good
well , clitern. on i lot , on Capitol avenue , ne
12th , $2 00 ,
No , 84 , 2-itory haute , 8 rooms , 4 bflow nnd 4
bove , 3 cjowta , ca'lar ' , well and cistern , Kith 5
ore * ( -round , on Baundorantroct , near liarrackn ,
No. 85 , 2 Btorea , housnon leano. | J lot , lift * *
ruua 2 year * from April 1st , Ib-jl , on racltic U : . ,
near U. I' , depot , $ * .
No. BO , House , 15 roomi , nell , diUrn , rtc. ,
near ISth anil Harney streets , $ XKX ) .
No , 87 , 2 story house , 3 rooms , well with 40
foot of water , with 6 ncrcnof eround , on founders
etreet , near U , B. Barracks , $2000 ,
Mo , 88 , IATZO house of 10 room * , well , cistern ,
barn , etc. , on Ca-u street , near Slut , * 7 < XX ) .
No , tD , Larj'e haute , 10 or 12 rooms , on AVob-
tker ulrcet , near 19th , $7600 ,
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THE TRAITORS' ' TRIAL
flnltsan Arraipod in the Crim
inal Oourfc Yostorflay
Ho ia BrouRbt From the Jail
Without Any Dis
The Court Room Crowded with
Spectators All Available
Guttcau Givoa Some Exhibi
tions of Hia Meun Tem
per in Court.
Considerable Difficulty Exper
ienced in Procuring
Only Five Jurors Obtained
Out of the Firot Panel
Guitoau'o Statenien tOnly the
Mutto rings of a Crazy
No Reason Assigned for the
Tlio Panel of Jurors Exlmnitcd A
New Panel Ordered-
National Associated 1'rcnti ,
WASHINHTO.V. Novoiubcr 14. Soon
aftur daylight this morning n great
crowd be an to gather about the dia-
trict court houue , all anxious to pob a
gliinpao of the assassin Guitcnu , wluiso
trial was to bcciii ; at 10 a. in. For
hours they waited. At length the
court room doors were opened. As
many as could bo accommodated with
Bcata tvero adinittml nnd the others
stood near by in hopeless anxiety.
The prisoner was brought down from
the jail this time in thn police van , but
BO quietly that scarcely any one but
the ofiicers knew it. Every seat in
the court room was filled except four
and all available 8tindin < : room. The
audience wns composed for the most
part of members of the District bar ,
witnesses and members of the press.
Not more than half a dozen ladies had
gained admission to the court room.
.Next to the three or four vacant seats
referred to Bat Lawyer Scovillo , his
wife , who IB Guitoau's sister , Guiteau's
brother and Lawyer Robinson , liis
chief counsel. At 10:05 : a. in. there
waa n rn tr nu.ir the northwest en
trance , , : md the marshal entered ,
followed by two oillcers , between
whom was tlio prisoner. Guiteau wai
dressed in a suit of dark clothes whicl
liis brother presented yesterday. H <
took a seat by his sister , Mr. Robin
ion on the other side , the ollicers ea
behind him , and one of them leaning
> ver unfastened the culls ftom Gui
: eau's wrist. The prisoner then shooli
mmld with his brother and sister ,
landed the latter n small pamplilei
and package of paper , nnd thei
arranged the articles on the
able before him rather
is if ho had been con use
lion accused. Ho appeared mucl
nore collected than wh m first
irraigned and had nothing of the
tightened look that marked him nt
hat timo. When all was quiet Mr.
lobinaon addressed the court asking
or more time buforo the trial. lie
aid ho had reason to know that ho
: ould get needed assistance as counsel
before long and that ho had some wit-
lossess who could not get there bu-
bre December 1st. Ho was willing
o give thu court thu names of said
vitnoases. As Mr. Hobinson sat dovn
juitoau arose and said , "if your honor
iloase , I desire to nddress the court. "
lis niannor was calm nnd business
iko. People roje to their feet nil
over the room , but thoru was no dis-
.urbunce. He wont on : "I did not
enow that my counsel was ready to
lake his speech this morning. 1 do-
ire to speak for myself. 1 am here
n a murderous charqo , and I desiree
o bo heard iu my defense , " "Tina is
tot the time to enter upon the de-
en o , " said Judge Cox , quietly ; "it
H only a question whether more time
s needed for preparing the defense. "
It is not needed , " eaid Guitoau , ' 'wo
TO ready to go on with thocano now. "
< h : Itobineon smiled at this and asked
uiteau to sit down. The primmer
kid , "You keep still , " but ho did nit
own , muttering an ho did BO , "Wo
ro ready to go nhoad now. " Col.
orkhill Bnid ho saw no reason why
le time should bo ' extended. Air.
lobinaon made an utlidavit thnt th :
ole ground on which he asked delay
as in order to got the necessary wit-
esses and counsel. Ho s id ho was
> ractic.illy alonu in thu caio nnd
lecded some one. There was dovul-
ipod nn evident split between Messrs.
covillo and KobniRon. Mr Scovillo ,
ddressing the court , said that Mr.
.pbiiiBon'n application was made
ithout his knowledge , which was
ertainly a strange proceeding , niiico
10 hud not oven st'un the ailidavit nor
leard nhat connsul liopud to get. 1'Vir
iis part ho was ready to go on with
10 trial. Hu know ho w.-w incompu-
out to go ahead without ns.imtancu to
10 ublo to proceed , Kvun now ho
loped to 1)0 of Homo ( isaintatico to Mr.
.obinaon , but if ho was to so on in
iis wiy ho ( Kuuville ) should with-
raw , Hero Guiteau jumped to his
out and Haiti in un excited
lanner : "I cii'lorsu ovury word ho
ays , "Itobinson camu into this cauo
itliout consulting mo and I don't
iku the way he talks. I order him
iereiuptorily to withdraw from thu
caao. " Mr. Hobinson renewed his
application. Mr. Scovillo claimed
that the niwir rclativo.i of the prisoner
should at least know who was expected
to como for the dofanao. Guitoau
rx ain interrupted , "Wo don't want
Hobhtsun , anyway. Thin is peremptory
and ho must go. " Mr , Scovillo wont on :
"If wo have timoonough wo could get
counsel , nnd plenty without monoj ,
but if Ilio court is going to givu us time ,
and nt thu eamo time na.titjn connaol , I
don't ' ngreo with it. " With this Gut-
lean jumped up again , rapping the
tables with his knuckles. Ho said ,
"Mr. Scimllo is next to mo in this
caip. I intend to do this busiiuias
myself. Robinson is not wanted. "
The ollicers turned to keep him quiet ,
but ho told them' to mind their own
business. Ho wns in the presence
of the court , nnd would talk when
ho foil like it. Col. Corkhill asked
the court to try to keep the prisoner
quiet , whereupon Guiteau sut down
saying ho would do whatever the
court wished him. After that ho was
comparatively ipuiot. Judge Cox then
said lie was inclined to givu the defense
n little more timo. llo intends that
the prisoner shall Imvo nt least u fnir
trial , but ho thought it would perhaps
bu bettor to allow the caao to proceed
so far ns tlio selection of u jury , leaving -
ing it for counsel to iirrnngo for him
n futtmi continuance , and for addi
tional counsel Mr. Scovillo said
it should bo understood that ho should
not even question n jury until
ho know exactly who was to bo asso-
ciatud with him and Mr. Robinson in
the defense. The court naid no onu
couldbcassigned without Mr. Scovillo'n
consent. Jlr. Scovillo nnd Mr. Hob-
inson both expressed thcmselvon n.s
satisfied with this arrangement , nnd
the jury panel was then taken up.
The court explained that it was
wrong interpretation of the law to de
mand on such a jury only these per
sons who had formed nn opinion
The only absolutely disqualified per
sons were these who Have formed an
opinion that could not bo changed by
any evidence whatever.
The first four of the jury panel
stated distinctly and finally that they
had opinions which no evidence could
change and they were au'jedily ex
cused. The fifth Kocnicd all right
until asked if ho had any scruples us
to capital punishment , llo Hinilod a
ho answered in the allirmativo nnd
Bcumud glad to get out of it. The sixth
thought ho could give n verdict in ac
cordance with the evidence , although
ho had repeatedly said ho should hang
the prisoner. This man was in the
hardware business. Mr. Scovillo said
the juror was not wanted. The nox
man was a mechanic. Ho had nc
opinion not very decided though h
could give a fair verdict. Mr. Sco
villo naked as to his politics nnd rolig
ion. Judge Porter , of the prosecution ,
objected. Mr. Scovillo said ho desired
sired to know something of th <
jurors' conscience before knowing
whether ho might cierciao the right
to a peremptory challenge. That was
all ho was driving at. Ho was willing
to let that question rest until hi
could present authorities. Thii
man was AVilliam P. O'Donnoll
and in his case the dofenao made
their first peremptory challenge. Th
eighth waa excused because ho hole
firmly to the opinion formed shortly
after the shooting. The ninth mat
was John Hamlin , a well known res
tauranterof Washington. Honnsworci'
all questions satisfactorily , some as to
whether ho held to any infidel belief.
John A. Vnnduaon seemed qualified
unless in thnt he had a sort of preju
dice against insanity. On this ground
the defense ordered their third per
Hiram Trimblo the next manor the
panel said ho never allowed himself
to be influenced by newspapers. He
investigated things for himself nnd was
satisfied that Guiteau did the shoot
ing but as not to whether ho wns
guilty of murder. Col. Corkhill said
lie was too much of an
inrcatigator for this trial and he waa
excused. This exhausted thu panel.
An order was issued for a. now pane !
of 7o citizens. At this point Guiteau
arose nnd stated that he should like
to make a speech to-morrow morning.
The court told him ho would bo given
a chance to bo heard in his own de
Guitoau "But thnt must'go in
now your honor , as it must influence
public opinion. "
The Court "That's not what wo
jro hero for. "
Col. Corkhill said ho hoped thu
: ourt would insist on thu prisoner
Guiteau "Never , Colonel I know
ny business and I hopoyou do yours. "
Ho was finally quieted by the officers
jut ho managed to got his written
ipuech into tlio hands of n reporter
vho started for the door. Mr.
jcovillo had the reporter .stopped and
ho paper was not given out with the
onsent of counsel.
P1VK JUltOUS OlITAINKli ,
In the Guiteau trial to-day livu
urors were obtained and sworn in.
Ilioir names anl occupations are an
ollowri : Jno. I' . Jlurlin , restaurant
: oopoi' ; F. W. Itnndonborg , cigar
linker ; Chna. G. Stewart , flour uud
cud di'alor ; Henry J. Bright , retired
rom InminosH ; Thos. H. Langluy ,
rocur. The panel was then uxhuust-
d and the court adjourned till to-
norrow morning at 10 o'clock.
Tlio nlatoinent that Guiteau desired
o make in court is quite lengthy.
lo nays thnt the Deity SUCIIIH deposed
o fnror the shooting of Garfield , and
10 will continue to do so until the
nil. Insanity BCCIIIH to run in his
itmily , The word "nasasain" grates
ipon his mind , yet people doliglit in
ising it. Ho concludes ui follows :
'To-day 1 miller in bonds ns a pa-
riot. Washington led the nrtnics
if the revolution through eight
'earn of bloody war to victory
nid glory. Grant led the avmies
if the union to victory und glory , nnd
o-day the nation is happy and proa-
lurous , Washington and Grnnt by
heir valor und ducccim in war won
ho admiration of mankind. To-day
! suffer in bonds un u patriot bccauno
[ had thu inspiration and wjrru to
unite n great political party to the end
that tho' nation might bo saved Aiiothui
desolating war. To my that I huve
boon misunderstood mid rillifipd by
nearly the enUro American
prcM nnd people ia a true
statement , but providence anil time
tightens all thingo. 1 nppcal to the
liberal press of the nntinn for justice.
I nppoal to the republican parly , espe
cially the stalwarts , of which lam
proud to bo one , for justice * . 1 appeal
to the president of the United States
for jiiotico ; I m the man that madohlm
president. Without my inspiration
ho was n political character , without
power or import. 1 wns constantly
with him during tl u canvass ami ho
knows thnt wo had nil wo could do to
elect our iickot. 1 am more than
glad that Mr. Arthiu1 is proving him
self n wise nmn int his now place.
I expect he will give the
nation the finest administration it 1ms
over had. I appeal to this honorable
court for justice at the last Rrtat day ,
when nil men will stand in tlio proj-
ciioo of the Deity nuking for mercy
and justice. As they am so will their
final'abodo hereafter. Often men are
governed by pasaion mid not by roa-
aoti. The mob crucified Ilio Savior of
mankind. This happened ninny con-
turioa ago. For eighteen eenturius it
oxi'itcd as tromomloua an intluunco
on the civilized ns _ the dinpisiod Gal-
linn. They did their worl with the
Juilgo Cox announced that thu court
would como iu daily at 7 o'clock nnd
i'cusft would be declared daily from
1I20 : : ! to 1 p. in. , and take an ad
journment as promptly ut II o'clock.
I'ho court then adjourned till to-mor
row. Guiteau wai removed from the
court , room and the crowd disported.
Thu prisoner wua taken back to the
jail quietly. The opinion is thai ho
is overdoing the insanity doilgu. Mis
counsel mailed nt his purforumncu ns
if it wa.s part of the1 programme.
TO ASSIST THIS rr.OSECTTIOX.
10.12. Smith , of Now Vork , was to
day assigned us counsel to nsbist the
piosucntion in Guiteau's trial.
Attorney-General AlacYengh B rasijr-
nnion ! wns accepted to-day. No
ono wiJ bj appointed to the vacancy
at present. rfolicitor-Genoral Phillips
will eon'iimu to perform the duties.
MneVesigh snid ho'would to Phil-idol-
phia and i-caumo the practice of his
profession. ' <
A B05L5R BLOW-UP ,
Explosion of Teu. . Boilers in a
Saw Mill at
Mioli , , Yesterday ,
The Saw Mill and Buildinca in
the Vicimilf Blown
to A'i'oma , .
One Piece of lion Woighinc
1 < im
200 PouadM ' 'Carried '
Four Men Killed , Their Bodies
Being Horribly Man
The Dnmaao By the Exploaian
825.OOO-I.ow Wuti.r In tlio
Boiler the Causo.
Xu'lonnl I'rcin Aiuoclatlun.
Kr.sr SAOINAW , Mich. , Nnvomher
1-1. At the little town of Xilwnnkoe
yesterday a battery of ten boileia in
the brick boiler lionso attached to the
saw mill nnd salt block of Hamilton ,
McClure it Co. , six miles below this
city , exploded with great fnrco , scat
tering the buildingB lilio chaff nnd
causing immense destruction. Eight
of the boilcis were torn in uluods and
pieces flow in every direction , ono
boiler head dropping nine hundred
feet distant. Not a brick of the boil
er house was left wtanding. The largo
brick chimney , ono hundred foul high ,
wa.s completely leveled to the
ground. The west end of the
large steam mill wan torn to
[ > iecoH and the entire fitructuro wreck-
3d and demolished. The largo steam
loni-j was lifted high in the air and
: ume down on the opposite Hide of the
nill , and largo pieces of iron and tini-
jcm were thrown hundrodH of foot
listant. Urickn nnd timbera were
'ound half a mile from the mill. The
talt block was badly wrecked by the
txploHion , timbers and iron being
Iriven through it. A Hilt ; drill-house
100 feet distant was struck by a piece
> f boiler that shattered the tower.
Vnothor Binashed in onu aide
.t thu roof. It is impossible
o give nn idea of the tremendous
orco of the explosion nnd doitrnc-
irm thnt followed. The boilers were
ired at night to supply ntoam for the
aw mill , nnd the firemen at the
rorka were all killed , not ono cscap-
ng to toll the story. Michael Lubcau ,
load fireman of the boiler house , was
iiiried in the debris and his body was
lug out nn hour after the explosion
ccurrod. Both logs wcae broken bo-
tnr the knee nnd the body badly
irumod. Joseph Lebcau , brother of
ho tirHt mentioned , wiw found thirty
not distant , hia right arm crushed and
he nbdomon badly bruised , The
iien wore 38 and " 2 yea of nge
ospoctivoly , nnd resided at Xilwuukee.
'hoy came from Montreal two yi'iira
go and have relntivea living in ( Jan-
da , Frank Itlanchard wui blown into
ho bayou two hundred feet dintniit.
'Jio body was badly mangled. Jlo
, 'uu a eingle man , . ' 15 yearn old , and
lolonged ut Ht. Orc/.ine , IO\UT Can-
da. Charles Carpenter was found
nilyQ u few feet from ( Joe Lobuau , his
lothnig torn off , the body badly
cnldfd and brniacd. He was oinule ,
17 years old , nnd came from ( Juuboc.
Plio dumugo by the explosion will
each 825,000. Low water in the
Hilloru is supposed to be the ciiune of
The Now French Ministry at
Last Announced ,
M. Gambotta Tnkos the Port
folio of Foreign Af-
fnira Hiuieelf ,
President Orovy Anuouucoa
His Accoutftnoo of the
Moro Liberals Elootod to Seats
in the Gorman
BradlauRh'a Appeal Against
the Payment of Fines
National AMocUtcil I'riw.
Till : rilENl'll MI.VISTllT.
PAULS , November 11. The Jour-
iml , the olllcial organ , this morning
Joes not publish the list of the now
cabinet , but ut t ) o'clock this morning
M. Gambotta iutormud President
Gravy that ho hntl succeeded in deli-
nitoly forming hit ministry. Grey-
cine lofusod to become miniator nnd
11. Gambotta ruaolvud to take the
portfolio of foreign niFitira himself.
Tlio list in as follows : Minister of
foreign ati'airs nnd president of the
council , M. Gamboita ; finance ,
M. Olain Tugo. interior ,
M. Rosneau ; public works ,
M. llaynol ; agriculture , M. Doves ;
instruction , M. Host ; P. O. , M.
Cockory ; line arts , M. Prsnst ; marine ,
M. Guiigcnnl ; war , M. Comperon ;
justice , M. ( Jaizot. The cabinet is
made almost altogether of now and un
tried men , and the public teem as yet
to 1m unable to form any opinion concerning -
corning its strength or weakness
JJi'jiLwr November 1-L
, - Gonorul
Menra , while returning from church
at _ liallyinoro yesterday in broad day
light , was tired at by aomo mun lyiiui
in the ditch by the roadside. The
cenural was uninjured and , the nisiui-
Bins suoing that they had failed in
bringing dawn their man , Hod ncroos
a field and disappeared behind a
hedge. The motive for this attempt
at murder is not known , Notices have
boon posted in Limerick threatening
farmers with death if they apply to
the land commission court or othur-
wise make terms with their landlords.
nilAWLAUail'H AITXAL DISMISSED.
LONDON , November 14. U'rnd-
laugh'a appeal from the decision of
the court which found him liable for
payment of tines sued for in conao-
quonco of his voting in the house of
commons 'without having taken the
UBual'paUi has been di&missod. The
penalties su d for with costs amount tea
a yery ? jargo rum of nipnoy , To p y
this out of 'liis own resources is "quite
impossible , not to pay thorn is to ren
der himself hablo to b arrested and
imprisoned. A subscription to raise
money for hia relief ii proponed.
IT WASN'T LOAHKD.
LONDON , November 14. A docu
ment which lias boon seized at Brad
ford , is alleged to contain a full list of
the present .Fonianrovolntionary parly
in Ireland. A package from America
was recently locoivod addressed to
Mr. llalph Creyko , member of parlia
ment for York. From its appearance
it waamipposed that the package contained -
tainod an infernal machine. It wns
therefore opened with great care
when it was found to contain nothing
but samples of guano from an Ameri-
c.in advertising linn.
result of the supplementary flections
for members of the roicbstag strength-
L'lis the result of the firat ballot. The
conservatives have only won live scats
out of seventy and the socialists eleven ,
while the remaining fifty-four seats
Imvo been won by the liberals and
rnrioua other political shares. Thirty
secondary elections are still to behold ,
fvnd it m expected that they will be
LONDON , November 14. Jn the
I'loction at Tivcrton to-day Mr.
Kborington , liberal , received 705
n > tos find Mr Lossemor , conserva
tive , ICil. votes.
NKW I'OltTUOKSK MINIHTHV.
LIHIION , November M. A now
niiiiHtry has been formed an follows :
jotihor Fortes Perciva Do Mollo ,
( resident of the council and minister
) f flnancu r.nd ad interim minister
, ( war ; Sonhor lioviro , minister of
.ho interior ; Souhor Velhona , minis-
or of justice ; Bcnhor Pementala ,
ninintor of foreign attaint ; Sonhor
[ liutzo , minister of public works ;
sonhor Gowvar , minister of marine ,
Ul the mcmburs of the now ministry
juloiig to the Hegonadoris party.
WILL WOKK WKU , TOIIKTHKK.
PMIIH , Novo'iibor 14. The friends
if ( jambetta nay that ho has made a
ihoice of thoroughly practical and
miriness like men , and that they will
fork well together.
President Grcvy has accepted the
labinot formed by GnmboUn , as re-
mrtod this morning , with an addition
if M. Konvion us minister for tlio
lolunloa and has signed . decree an-
minting thu gcntlomen named to their
espectivo dnparlmentH. They enter
tpon the discharge of their duties im-
nodiatoly. Public opinion doru not
oem to bo very favorably impressed
n favor of the now cabinet.
) TO AH'Ol.Nr I'OMMISSJO.SKIIH.
LONDON , November HI.-- Yesterday
Jurdinal Maiming , at the heud of u
lopulation of eathclio bishops , wailed
ipon Karl Spencer , lord president of
; ho council , and usked for tlio ap
pointment of a royal commission on
the dovelcmuiil of ruligiouB teaching
in olfttnontray schools. Karl Bpoiicot
in reply refused to ericoilrafjod tin.
appointment of etich commissions ,
ViMjr * , November 1-1. The Aus
Irian minister of linanco to-day pro-
Rented th budget to parliament. It
hews a dttlicit of , ' (7,000,000 ( llorlnn ,
which ho proposes to bo partly cov
ered by a Wn.
roU.Nl'ir , 01' l.'AHl > I.1ALl.
ItoMK , Norombor H. The pope
to-day hold a council of cardinals on
the Irish question. They generally
approved of the attitude of ilio Irish
blihops oil thu qtit'flUon.
Dnnutf , November 14. It is re
ported that the emperor has given
PrincA Umnarck authority to take
Miy measures ho muy ehooso to constitute -
stituto a majority in the reichstag , in
order to ronlize the projected reforms
in finances , nnd th * improvement. of
the condition of working men ; also
to end ecclesiastical conflict by a for
mal agreement with the Koiniui Cuna.
Dcnth of a Promluont Cltlnon of
tl > | mtrh to Thu Omalift lift.
OCIKKN , November 14. Gumport
Goldberg , a promiiUMil and roapccled
wholesale merchant of this city , died
suddenly to-day of rhoumali.ini of the
heart , after ix week's illness. The
event causes widespread Borrow
throughout this whole section , llo
was an Odd Follow and Jfaaon occu
pying the higheat cluvir in each of those
A Sanudnloui Plot-
KntloiiM AMOciatcil I'rwi.
Nr.vv Yoitic , November 14. A
Hcandalous plot to extort money and
information regarding the probable
rise of stock from Jay Gould by
threats of assnssination was nipped in
the bud and its ingenious originator ,
Col. .1. Howard \Yolln , of No. M7
J'if th avenue , wan arrested and 'passed
the night at police headquarters. The
story , which luvs few parallels iu the
history of crime in thin city , opened
October 7 > when a letier threaten-
in ! . ' assassination tvan sent II r.
Gould through the editor of
The Wall Street News. They
have continued almost daily since that
date. Detectives finally spotted the
author of the lotteru us he was leaving
a mail bos , having lirat deposited a
letter to Gould. Col. J. Howard
NVollon , who attempted to blackmail
Jay Gould , was arraigned in the
Toombs police court this morning but
the case wont over until afternoon on
accout of the absence of Mr. Gould
and witnctjnci for the prosecution.
Nmv YORK , November 14. Col. J.
Howard AVolls , who attempted to
blackmail Jay Gould , was arraigned ft
second time late this afternoon , and
on the appeal of his counsel , the caeo
was put over till Wednesday. The
counsel requested that a close watch
bo kept on the prisoner , aa ho WAS
undoubtedly insane and would dohim-
elf injury if allowed. Ho wns as
signed special keepers. ,
. , , , v Billiard. Cent otv ' , % . f
NUIormI Auoclatod Jl'rtM (
NKW YOIIK , November 14. The
first games of the great billiard tour
nament for $2,000 and the champion
ship of the world and a diamond em
blem donated by I3ichard Itoche , of
St. Louis , were played at Tammany
hall thia evening between Win. Sex
ton and Thomas Gallagher and Thos
Wallace vs. Jacob Schaellor. It was
the largest audience over assembled to
witnvsa a billiard contest.
The first game was between Spxtoi
and Gallagher , the former being f
great favorite at 100 to 40. Thogamo
was won by Gallagher in fi7 inningn.
Score : Gallagher , UOO ; Sexton , 1UU.
At ton o'clock the necmid gaino
commenced , the contestants being
Jacob 8clia fcr and Thomaa Wallace.
The former was the favorite ut 100 to
2f > , The game was won by Schaefer
in 40 inniimH. Scorn , 200 to 9 ! .
To-morrow afternoon Morris and
Hoisor and Wallace and Gallagher will
meet , and in the evening the garnet-
will bo between Dion and Daly and
A Cloao Call-
National Ahsociatcil 1'rom.
LIIAVKNWOHTII , Kan. , November 14.
At 7 o'clock thin morning a Hro
was discovered in the basement of the
postollieo building. The government
rent the building of D. It. Anthony ,
the postmaster hero. Anthony bus
used the basement for storing refuse
BtiiH' from his printing ollice. The
lire started in a largo lot of waste pa
per near sevoial barrels of oil , a lot of
pine boxes , mattim ; and other inlliim-
mablu material , W waa uxtinguiBhod
after a great deal of hard work. Had
there been livu minutes further delay
in discovering the lire thu entire
building , with all the postolilco books ,
> apors and appurtcnancits would Imvu
: jeon consumud.
I'ntloniJ AuocUtud Vint * .
NKwYonK , November 14. At the
Krio railroad oflico no definite statp-
nent could bo given thia morning in
ugard to the freight changes which
tvero to bo made to-day. It is ex
pected that a clmngo will pa into ( : f-
'ect in a day or two. An increase iu
freight rates on thn Pennsylvania
tfont into effect to-day. The former
prices from Now York to Chicago
were ; First class , 413 cents ; second
jlnHs , 'M cents ; third , 21 ! cents anil
Fourth , 10 centH. The rates now arc :
First class , 00 cents ; second , HO cents ;
third , 40 cents , and fourth 28 cents.
Got Out Doors.
Tlio close confinement of all factory
vork , gives the operative pallid fucea ,
poor appetite , languid , mieorablo feelings -
ings , poor blood , inactive liver , kid
neys and urinaty troubles , and all the
phjbicinns and medicine in the world
cfinnot help them unless they got out
of doom or HAD Hop Jiitters , thu
purest and boat remedy , especially for
iiuchcasos , having abundance of health ,
sunshine and rosy cheeks in them.
They cost but a triUo. See another
column. ( Jhrlslinn Kccordtr. nov ID
Bon , Lionnl West , the How
Britieli Ministar , Presented
to the President ,
Ho Mnkos n Kent Speech The
President Makoa t\n Ap-
Judjjo Polgor Tnkoa Posaoo-
eion of the Treasury
The Oath of Oflico Adminis-
iotorod Heads of Do-
The Auditor of the PoatofBce
THE NATIONAL CAPITA ! *
fntloiut Ainod.iti'O 1'riHfl
WASHINGTON , November 14.
ludgo Folger , the new secretary of
he treasury , took possession of the
oflicu to-day , lie was conducted from
the Arlington to the treasury by Sec
retary Windom , and the oath of of-
ice administered by Gco. I. Coilin , a
lotary public connected with the do-
lailment. The heads of the depart *
nent , diviaion chief nnd deputies ,
were then presented by Assistant
jccrotarics Upton and French ,
I'llKHKNTKD TO Till ! rilKSIDKNT.
The now liritiidi minister , lion.
jionol Saokvillo Woat , culled at the
lopartmont of state thisaftornoon and
> resented his credentials to Secretary
ilaine , who accomjaniel ] him to thu
> rc idont'd house and presented him
o President Arthur.
The now Uritish minister , Lionel
Sackvillo West , on delivering hia ere-
lentials , addressed him as follows :
Mil. PUKSIOKNT Sin : I have the
loner to remit to yon a letter which
ho queen , my august sovereign , had
idd roiiiM-d to you , accrediting mo ns
ler envoy extraordinary and minister
> lenipotentiary to the United States.
! bo to assure you that I shall use
ny best endeavors , both in my otlicial
ind private capacity , to cultivate and
mprovo , if piusible , the relations of
cordial friendship and good under
standing which happily subsist be
tween the coutitricB and thu contin-
lance of whioh her majesty baa
10 much at heart. The reception
which'hns been accorded to mo by the
nayor and citizens of the great com
mercial city of Philadelphia upon my
arrival is an unmistakable manifest
ation of kindness. The sentiments
which nnimato amoricau people to
wards her majesty as well as towards
the nation which I have the honor to
represent indicates that the two great
English speaking- nations of the vfcrld
will henceforth bo found associated
by ties of kindred regard for the ad *
vancomcrit of civilization and the pro
motion of commercial enterprise in all
parts of the world. I fool deeply the
importance of the mission which the
[ iioon has been graciously pleased to
conh'do to me , but at the same time I
feel confident that in the discharge nt
many duties appertaining to it I shall
always moot with that conciliatory ami
amicable spirit which BO eminently
distinguishes tlio United Statoc. "
President Arthur made nn appro
.NICKEl , L'OINAflK.
The treasury department , in view
of tlio largo demand for live cent
nickel coin , has decided to coin about
? 1 , 100,000 of mutilated 1 , a nnd 5
cent nickel coiim now lying in the
treasury vaults into D cent pieces.
IlEI'OltT OP Till ! Al'DlTOU O ] ' TIIK 1'OST
OFPIt'i : DKl'AHTiUINT.
WASIIINOTOX , Norombor l.'J. The
report of the auditor for the posloflico
department was submitted this morn
ing showing the receipts and oxpondi-
tim-n by stated , The states furnish
ing an UXCUBS of rccoips are these.
Mutn . 551 MZ
Nawirmnsblre . 0 OKI )
MB BacliU8ctt . 919 091
JloiU Inland . 1VO 34.r
Connecticut . 104 577
New York . 2011 W
iwlJcr OT . 108 2S *
L' nuitylT Dia . W3 40S
Delavraro . U-'O
MIchf ! ( n . IDS 371
JllinoiH . ' "J4188
Wiecumln . 48 70L
Alaaka . ! - '
The states showiinjan excess of ex
penditures ro , IB follows :
V rm nt . C02
Maryland . SSI 01U
Virginia . 3203 ! !
iVe.t Virginia . -7 407
S'orth Carollim . 101US
'outh C'ttrollim . 77461
JeorifU . 238902
f'lorlda . 138 HU
) ) , io . 500 B7(5 (
lullina . 43 KW
'owa . 7 KM
tllivoml . SO M'J
Centucky . 13S 81G
rennesec. . 'J9 111
Uubwnt . 217 OU8
HM.sippi . isosor
; .ouiaiau . KM .1-W
Wiforcla . 700708
VtinnenoU . 377 : 7
KMWM . 3f7W
f b l k . M-T "W
N'cw Mexico . Ki'J SOI
Wuhlnxton . } OW
Dakota . 2' ,
Arlwuoa . W ; a
Connsel for the govcrnmont are
busily 1'iig.iged in the preparation of
the star route cases , lion , Qeorgo
lUiss , who will n-.aniigo the case for
the government , ia now engaged in
tlio examination of casea that belong
to what is called "tho Dorsoy combin
ation. " Theio were 134 contracted.
by thia oyndicato ,
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