Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, January 05, 1882, Image 1

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5O.OOO Laborer * Cdii cot Immcdlata Em-
.ployment , atQqod .Wages , on Fnrmt
and rtallroadt In Texas Alone.
The SouthwosSralmmigration.Oq
Will null on njipllratlcn , ( rce of ro t , ) < o
prcpiU , liooks Kith tntw | , idvl" < iiitli itlcot
and rellivMu intonimtloii ol Tv a * , ArktvtiRM , ot
VTretem Loul lann. Those pitHlltntlnn cha
to a new country , fuldrwH
1) ; 0. ItUVAL , Bco'y , A tln. TOIM
§ 5 tu Q4U& f'CHAiUln > ss
Portland , MMiu' . t
Western Horse ana > iiattlo In-
snranoe Company ,
Capital , - - - S1OOOOOGO
Innurta llorsert , Mules nnd Cnttlo nt ltiflt loss lj
ocoldcnt , dcconxc or tliett. Aeundes hi nil conn
tlm nf tlin Smto. "end ( nrlrc U > roan l )
Ut of NuUrosVa , Douglas County , ea ; .
At a County Court.-hcld nt the Oou"ntjCouf
Room , In ami lor said County , August 1st , A
D. IbOl. Prcsont , HOWAHD . SM1TU
, Co ! iiity Judge. '
In the mattir ot ttio estate ol Joseph II NM
ion , ileccated :
On reading and nilog.'tha. petition ol Uartha
8 . , Kelson'iir&jlnp that tha instntmcnt , imr <
porting to no a duly outhentlcatetV copy of th <
cnt ot eald deceased , and o
the probate thereof , by the Circuit Court o
Fountain County/Stato of Indiana , and this llaj
filed in this Court , may be allowed and recorded
aa the last Kill aud testament ot laid Jotoph II
Nelson , deceased , In and for the State of Me
Ordered , That August 27th , A. D. 1881-tt II
o'clock rCmViiaraignod for hearing Bald petition
when all persons Interested In said matter ma ;
ppeor at a County Court to be held , In and fo
laid County , and show came why the prayer o
petlttoncrshould not be granted ; and that nolle- -
t the pendency of eald petition and the hearinj
hereof , be given to all persons Interested In Bali
matter , bv publishing-a copy of this order In TH
OMiUA.WnnKLYlinK , a newspaper printed In gali
County , for throe successive w ccks , prior to
d ay ot bearinir.
tA true copy.J HOWARD B. SMITH ,
in w3t County Judge.
To Johanna IIa > licck , non-risidc-tof Nebraska
You are hereby uotirled tlmtMoNeph HaUii-ok
jour husband , has coninuni-ud his action of dl
vorco ngainst jou , by liliru' his jctltlon a
plaintiff , atra'nht ' jou , a < dclendant , In he dh
trict court , within and lo- Douglas county , Nebraska
braska , the object and prrucr of which ualil ] x >
titlnn Is to obtain a dhono from you , on th
ground of your willlulahamloning inlsl p'aintil '
without jubt cause- , for the term of two \ ar
and more. Vou are required to anxweraatd pa
tition on or Iwforu the litlnlay of Felmmy , A
D. lbS2. .lOhlU'H HALIl'KK. .
W. J. Oi\SKlt , Attorney. dcc21-wcokl)4t
To Knrcil Winthcr , non-res dent of Neliraski
You art- hereby notified th-xt Max Wlnthci
jour hu bainl , has commenced his action ol < ll
\orco against you , by film ) ; his petition , n
plaintill acalmt jou , ai iletendint , In the ills
trict court , within anil for Douglas e-ounty , Xi
liraska , the object and prajer of which said IK
tition is to obtain a dUorcu from jou , on th
ground of your willfully abandoning said plaint
iff without Juit cause , for the term of two > em
and more. You arc required to answer slid p (
tition on orbcforo the Cth dayo ! I'enruarjv/
It. 1832. MAX. WINTIIMl.
W. J. rV ) .MqL , Attorrlcy , elccl-wccky4t |
In'tho Circuit Court of tha United States tor tli
District of Nebraska :
Jaiues K. O. Sherwood , I
Co.Ma Butler jTilobecca Butler fin Chancery.
U. W. Dunn 4' Henry Fclber. ' ,
labile notice b hereby glen , thattnpurmianc
and by irtuo ot a decree entered in iho abo\
cause , on tha 2nd day of September , 1881,1
KLL1H L. niEKUOWKK , Soclal ] Master I
Chancery in said Court , will on the 12th day c
January , 1882 , at the hour of 10 o'clock in th
forenoon of said day , at the west door of th
Vtilte-d States Court Mouse and Post Olllco bulk
Inv. in the City ot Lincoln , Lancaster Count ]
3tato and District of Nebraska , sell at auctio
the followUK ! described property , to wit :
The Bouthweet quarter of the southeast quai
tr , section numbered nineteen (19) ( ) , and the caf
lialf of the northeast iutrtcrnnd | the nartlnvcf
HtarUT ol thu northraht quarter of section nun
licrud tljlrty (30) , all in township nuinbc-rc (31) ( ) and range numbered two (2) ( ) casl
Iu tlio county of Cedar and Stnto of Nebraska.
Special llaetcr In Chancery.
D.C. HULL , So Icltor for Complainant.
In the ( Jii > .uit Court of thu United States lor th
District of Nebraska : * . ,
Kaw Ki'L'lAiid MortirneJ ,
Security Comi > aiiy )
Murtlia A. Conrjul [ and I
Ucor" I' CouraU
Public notice is hereby given , th In purauanc
juid by \ Irtue of a decree cutcrul Iu the abov
CMHU , on the 2nd day of September , 1BS1 , 1
KLLIS L. BIEHBOWKK : Spenial Matter I
Olmncory in Bald Court , will on Uib 12th day o
January , 18S2 , at the hour of lOVatock In th
forenoon of the said d y , at UKI u.e t door c
the United Stated Court House and' Tout Offlc
iHiildlnir , in the City ot Lincoln , LancnetcrCouii
ty , State and DUtrJct of ebwka , uell at auc
tion the following described property , to-wlt :
Thu northwoet tjuartcr of section immbcre.
ten (10) ( ) In township numbered thirty (30) ( ) am
rane > umberedBlx(0) ( ) east , In the County o
Uixon and State of Nebraska
ELLIS L. Biiitiowiit : : ;
Special Master In Clmncir ) .
I ) O. HIJLL , Solicitor for Complainant.
To Jnhii H. Orccn :
You aru hen by notlfled th.itin thoSOIIicb' '
of February , Ib70 , the undersigned dulj pui
4ln i'd , at | irl > ato8a'o , In the treasurur's olllcc
county aud state ntorosiid , the followln ) , ' dc
K-rlbcd rial estate , couuty and ttat
iforenald , to it : Kasterly | > ortkn o
lotI w , in Bwtion 2(1 , township IB , raritf
I.'li.itt , In until omit ) , s Burvojor suUi pur
; rha o bc-liin' fordtlliHiuuiittnxcr , slute.ount ;
and cilj , ( or > uir l IT Inlj l \ Inland a eii3ec
J4Un t mlil propurt ) and osseMBtd In ii mu o
-lohn 11. t.'ruMi.
You are further notlfled that the t mo of ro
demptlon of said property from Hild tax Bali
JI ixplre Pihruary 20 , 1882 , and thit unlc-s-
rtflcmption I made according to law , aiplicatloi |
will tlicmnioM bo made to Bald treanurer for i
dei-d lor wild property. AUOUST UOIL.
Omaha Hoii-mber 19 , 1881. dcc21-wtekl > at
nn A WKKIi. $12 a Jo. at homo faslly made
Wl/acostly outat free. Addrew IHKH to Co ,
Augusta. Malno-
8tot of Nefiroskk , DougUs County u :
At a County Court , held at the County Cour
Iloom , In and for mid County , Dec. 21st
A. I > . 1881. ' frcwnt , A. M. CIIADWICK
County Jud e.
In the matter of the isUto of Thomn Ollbcrl
deceased :
On ruKluiB and flllnir the petition of John II
Snwul , prajlii ) , ' that administration of eald estat
may hu Kranted to himself , o administrator.
OriltnJ , That January 26th. A , I ) , 18B1 , a
10 o'clock a , in. , U assigned for hearing Bald pet !
tion , when all persons Interested In said matte
may appear at a County Court to ho held , In am
for said County , and show cause why- the uriic
ol petitioner bhould not bo granted , aud that no
Ute o ! iKjndcncy of said petition anil Uiu hearlnt
( huroof , bofc'UL'ii to all pernond Intcruttxl In nail
matter , b > publlihliif a copy ol tin j order In Tin
Oiuiu WKKKLV linn , a iit'A jaH.r | prilled In wtU
County , for four mcceulte witeks , prior to bale
day of nt-uln * A. M. CHAUWJCK ,
Count }
Examination of TeuoUori-
I will U present at my office In Crel/htor.
block on tba first Saturdiyol each month fo x ,
Ainlne luch applicant * a may desire to Uaet
in the public Ncliooli In IJoiulas county. Quar
terly elimination flnt H turJ y In rebruirx ,
Jt y , Aujrunt and li'oveuibvr ,
3.1 rcim ,
County Supt DbUc JartraiUcB
Lots ,
v i \ *
. _ . . , ' .v , - J" i
? * For Sale By ,
Ko2M , Full lot fenced and with mull build
bic on Capitol Asenuo near 25lh ttrett , ? 700.
Ko. 257 , Lnrh'c Jot or block J05 by 270 ffet on
Ilamllton , near Irene street , SS.fOO. ' t *
No , 2&6 , Full earner lot on Jones , near Uth
street , U,000.
No/ , 263.3'wc. lotHOrf Ct liter street , near Cum-
Inz Btn-ot'fn(0. (
No. 2SS , Lot on Spruce ptruet , near Oth street ,
$ < )50. )
)50.No. . iil , Ti\o lots on Siard , near Klnc itrcet ,
SSM.No. . 1511 , I/oton Scwanl , near KUu ; itroet ,
No. 249 , Half lot on Dodge , "car llth itrcet
$2.100. , .
No. 2i7 , l' ur beautiful rwlucnoo Inta , near
Crelhton Collcifofor will sell separate ) , W,000.
No. 28 , Two lots on Charles , near Cumin ;
street , $100 each.
No.4 i , Lot on Idaho , near Cumin/ street ,
$100. - . < A f '
No.24f , Onnacro lot oa CiiinlnK , near Uutton
street , 8760 * ,
No. 244 , Lot on Karnhstr. nwr Ibth street. '
, 5 , ' l
$4,000.1 , *
No. 211. Lot m by 12.1 teet on College street ,
murSt. llnrj's AMIIUC , 5SO :
No. 212 , Let on DoUKlaa , nvar "nth strt'ct ,
No 241,1101 on Farnharu , .nciuf 2CtJi 'rtct.
SO. r
No. 240Lot ( a by 09 loot on South Aenuc ,
nnr Ma o Btn-ct , 5M. <
No. 239 , Corner let en llur'r near 2d stre-ct ,
82.6011 f
No. 23S. 120x182 feet on Harnej , near 24th
Htrce. ( will cut it up ) , ? 2,400.
No. 2.15 , 71x310 feet on Sherman Avenue
( Itilh street ) , near Urare , * 1,000.
No. 181 , lot on Douirlii street , near23d * 7f > 0 ,
No. 'JJ- , Lot on I'ier Hireet , near Sewnrtl , t-MO ,
NO. 231 , Lot lOiCO feet , near C pito ! Aveimi
and 22d street , * 1 .1)00. )
No. 227 , Two lots on Deoatur , ni arlreno htrc-et
No. 22J , I ot 1 ti : IIO-110 \ > j 141 feet on Shtrrmai
A\enue (10th Btr.ot ) , near Once , 2,400. <
No. 220 , Lot 23\8U feet on lodn'e , near | Stl
street , uuiku.ui offer.
No. 217 , Lot on 23d street , near Clark , ? 00.
No 210 , Lot on HamiltonjnoarKlnic-300. -
No. 209 , lot ou 18th , near Nicholas'street
Ol'JVl 1 4 *
No. 207 , Two lots on ,10 h , "ear VnclOcitreet '
51,600 , J * . "
No. 205 , Two lot ? on Cutellar , near 10th ttrccl
81W.No. . 204 , beautiful residence tot ou Dhlslo
btroct , ncarXtettlng , S850.
No."CCrll'TiSt onfanm'orp , tienr ! TaraIlt4i
Htreot , 8SSO.
No. 199 } , Lot 16th street , near Pacific , $500.
No. IBS } . Three lota on SaundeM street , nca :
Scw-ard , 91,300.
No. lU3j , Lot ou 20th ttreet , near Sherman
N-o. 194JTw-o lota on 22d , near Grace street
$000 ' r
No. 191) ) , two lota on Kin ; , near Hiiuilt
htrcot , 81,200. _ , i
No.ilt)2twoloUon ) \ 17th street , near Whiti
Lead WbrlcH , < leiM. ,
No. 18b } , one full block , ten ) ota , near the bar
racks * 400. ,
No l91 , lot nu Parker , near Ironu htreet , $300
No. IbS , two IOH ( on CM * , near 2Ut street
( ( 'illidre1)M. ( , 00.
No. Ill , lot on Cintei , niiir Oununxtreet
No. ISO , lot on I'ier , nuir Se-waril Btn'et , fflbQ
Nu. 17D , lot on Hbermau a\cnuf , near Iznn
htnct , > ll'0.
No. 17IJ. lot nu e1"1 , near lltli , tflCOO.
.No. 170 , lot on I'acillenear 14th utrci t ; iuak (
No. 160 , sii Iot4 on , rurcham , near 24th atrcct
1,15 tnU'K ' ) caih
No. 1U' ! , lull bloik on filth ctrce-t , lira
racu iwiriH , umJ three lotin eiiiu's addition
mar Sauiiui is .viil ruft-Un fctioct > , 82,000.
.No. } M , lo * 011 C.illfurnl i ntrei.1 , near CrclBli
ton c ilhuPi Sft.
i'o. 127 , in ro lot , near the luuil ol 9t. Mnr/i
nt c'liuc , W,00i > .
Nn. 124 , .bout two ncri-H , nuir the iicad of fit
Jlarj Ha\cnue , * fl,03 .
No. l.'il , lot nn listh strci-t , near White Leu ]
Works , M > ! , .
No. 124 , ftlxtie-n lots , near , ehot towc-rou tlu
llelloue roail , > < 7fipcr ot.
No , 122 , 132x13' feet (2 ( ! oti ) on Ibth Btrc-ct ,
ntur l'o'lcton'H | ] , < 1LW ) .
No. llo , thirty lialf-iuru lots in Mlllarxl anil
Caldwciraadilltionson bherman avenue , prlut
and htratogu strcela , near thu end ol greet :
ttrcct rar traik , fMi to 41,200 eaih.
No , b9 , lot on ( 'hlc-i-o ( , near ! ! Jd street , $ ldOO' '
No. i > b , I fit on C'aldwcll , nuir .Snuudcri ) street , '
$ iOO.
' No. bO , coi in riot on Charles , rear Saundcr :
street , 700.
No. 85 , lot on hard , nc-ar 21st , with two sm
No. b3 , two lots on 10th , utar PUrcu street ,
.W. '
.So. 78 , tli r c lota on Hartley , near II * tli street ,
No. 70 , 00x132 fi c-t on Oth street , near Lt.i > eii' '
\\ortn strnit , $ 'linx , ) ,
.So. 74 , Iii > xb2 Icit , on I'aelllincnrhth htrmt ,
No. UO , IXl\llt2 ( net , on Dnn l.iK htr'ict. ncai
10th , .K)0.
No. t.O , cliihUt-n Intt on 2Kt , 22il , VM .mil
Knunilorx htrcetH , neur ( jr.uc.i.ul MiimJc-ri hnc-i
bridge , < IOO uich. b-li
No. d , one-fourth block ( lbU\l j Itet ) , nuinilif
Coniciit of I'oor Cluiru bu Hamilton street , nru
the end of rcilnlriu rar IM k , nlo.
No , S , lot on Marcy , nun titb xtieet , l,2uO
No a , lot oh C.illlcriilu , nuir2lHt , # li > 0i.
No , a , lot on e'lisi , mar 2A1 urect , ttlJUU
No 1 , lot i n Ilarni-y , jioar Uth , 42i Wi
Lots In llarluol 'H llrnt and tacond aililitioiiH ,
nl-to In i'arkcr'n. ShlnnV , isch-oiiV , Tirntu , I , ,
V. Smlth'n , IMUk'n , ( . ! ' . Laki's , mid nil ulhcj
aililltlonK , ut a \ pruoianu tc-rniH ,
'Ml loU in il.uii-0in ( I'l.iu , n ir II HIM CM
Park ; prices Irnni if'.Va to ? M < 0 CM b.
OHO hundred njid lilt } ninn ln.iutilnl ri tl-
tlcncu lots , local H I on Hamilton t-trait , liulf way
between the turn tuulo nl thu rid utrctt ear lint :
and the waterworKHiesorilor and addition , and
just wist of thu ( Joim-nt of the HiBtcrn I'ooi
L'lalre In Hlilnn's uddltloii' 1'ricea taiiKO from
$70 to 8100 each , and will bo sold on easy terms ,
Tractdof C. 10 , 16 , 2d , 40 or 80 cre . with
il other lmpro\inicnt , and
the city , atalliirice-s.
3 MX ) of the best residence lott In the city ol
Omaha any location > ou do-Ire north , u > t ,
south or went , and at bed-rock prices.
220 choice ) ImsliHHS lotH In all the principal
lmiliH'H streets of Oinuha. \ ar ) Inn from .VX ) tc
< 7,000 each.
'l\\o hundred houses and lot-i rangliif , ' from
$ M)0 ) to ilfi.OOO , anil located luoery part ol the
city ,
Larito'nuinbcrof excellent farm * In Douglas.
rjo , riaunderi1 , l > od'e.Vuililn'lon , , Hurt , and
othir k'0o < l coiintliH In IJvsUrn Nebraska
12H j acns best lands In Douiflan , 7W > 0 acrri
Wat lands in rpy eount ) , and lar ru tracts 1 <
all the tattcrn tier * of counties
Over 900,000 acre * ff the licet Un < U in Nctrai
16th and DC a jla Street ,
And an .Adjournment Taken to
Saturday ,
To Allow the Counsni of Both
Sidoa Time to Prepare
Their Arguments.
Yesterday's SoseiontDevoted
Principally to n Continuous '
.WMlo Gaitonu AmtuexHlmsolf bj
the Xadlott
National Araochttd Vrrt *
" \V.\8HiNOToy , " .raiui.iry. 5. Mrs.
Scovillo , who has boon abseixt , 'frqm
court for a week , 1ms resumed lieu
place fit the counsels' tablo. * As , noon
as the court opened Ouiteiit said
"Thm Mould bo a good timd'to , jnake
a speech , but I promised 'Marsha !
llouiy t r keep quipt , and I will try te
to do it. " . < i , T I i
Scovillo road an affidavit fo the
effect tlmt ho hftd Uoarnod of a wit
ness , who could , testify asr to thi
prisane.r'a insanity'nt the time of , tlu
Mr. Ildcd ndmUietl that ' thii
motion to mid'additional testimony
rcata entirely \vijhlho discretion ol
Lho court , but 'iinzed ' it- should be
allowed in.tho interest of justice. 'He
extolled Mr. Scbvillo's actions in'the
case , and bogged , in , tlio name of jus
tice and humanity , that the courl
grant ono'ruorp day to the defense tc
jot additional" evidence of , " what he
termed the poor cjcaturo'u insanity.
< Mr. David go'contended tthat the
motion waa simply 'a.roopemng of the
case and protested , that the prolonpa-
tieth of .tho trial waa simply a delay ol
justice. Ho aatel tljcre was no good
reason forTeoponing the case by nnj
mare'testimony on the theory of Oul-
tcau's inaantity , Tlio case had been
dragged out by the examinations ol
the prosecution exports. To roopor
it now Would bo scandal.
' Scovillo alluded o the dillioulty of
securing witnesses' for the defense ant
said Guitcau o ght not to bo denied <
fair trial , as the pr6se6ution has had tin
use of the treasury at its back.
Corkhill said'every opportunity hue
been affordoel the/defense. ] * 'v
'Gujteau , during''all 'arguments '
stood toying with his oyo-glasses'aiu
ilirtcd with the ladies. ' . '
Col. Corkhill said never b6fore it
.this country had any defense boor
allowed such latitude.
> Guitcau broke out that there win
no'-necf Bsvty of showing the state o
his mind on July 3d , and when thi
guards attempted to keep him quiet
ho told them ho was his own counse
and would slap their mouths if the ]
did not keep quiet Ihemuolv'oa. _ _
The court rendered a long docisioi
to the etl'oct that while ho appreciated
tlio difficulties .tho defense had t <
laboc.under lie did not see any uoces
sity of allowing any testimony in th <
line indicated. Tha evidence' * pro
posed was vague and of uncortair
character and did not strike the cour
as admissable.
Guiteau said that one of tlio wit
proposed was onoof the oilicun
who took him tc jail after the shoot
ing and knew the state of his rmind
He protested against the attempts ol
the guards to keep him quiet , and saic
if he had plenty of money he uoule
got scores of people to awear he waj
crazy as n "loon" on July Ud. :
Bcovillo called Dr. Heard , of New
York , to tentify to the condition o
the priuonur at the time of the shoot
Corkhill prutcHted , but thu cour
allowed the witness to answer ccrtaii
ijiiUBtioiis. " \Vhuu Scovillo asked hin
if the person dtscribod in the hypo
thetical question of the prosccutioi :
might nut be sane , Davidgo objected to
it. The counsel got into a wrangle
and Guitoau got noisy ; when the
guard attempted to quiet him , ho said
"You can't keep mo quiet. How are
you to do it ? You shut up. "Wewanl
to go home. 1 am tired'of this busi
ness. Let us end it. "
Scovillo then wanted Drs. Nichoh
and Godding , who were acquamtue ]
with Guiteau's condition at tlio time
of the murder , called ,
Davidgo objected. "Wo want , "
ho said impressively , "to close thif
case if it can bo done. "
"Yes , " iid Ciiiiiwui , "you aru in
great Inmto tfi cloMi it now , but I wanl
u fair dhow and don't caret a snap foi
tlio pant leiitimuny , hut I want mjnare
rebutting iuHtiinotiy.ivlniitted. "
liimea Brooks , cliieif of thu secret
sm vice l the trc'.iinry de pi'imunt ,
w.'H ' then jilaced on the n'mtl. lit
( htiiik'd BOveM'.il convi'iHi'ioiiH he hud
nil lln was \rih * ( iiiituau soon afteti
tilt ) HllODtill' ' .
uiioil aloud at the narrative
mid < ! uUcuu aaid it wm correct , and
whim thu M'ifU"j | told Gnitenu of
Garlield'H pruc.irioim .condition Gni-
tuausaid , " 1'oor follow ! I wish I had
given' him the 'third bullet and put
him out < > ' > 'iis misery , "
Tina made Chateau restless and ho
had several altercations with hit
guards. Ho cried out ; "You sit down
and mind your own biiHinoss , You
are nobody and I speak to fifty mil
lion people. T know my own buHineac
and you can't kocp me qiiioc. 1 mi ;
happy because I have done my dutj
to the American people , Krarythlng
has gone an I intundod and antici
pated , and everybody JH liuppy except
a few miserable ; crankn whom T can
nothing about and would not spit up
on if they w fcro present. "
Scovillu wished to | > lace in evidence
it photogiaph of Guiteau to show hit
condition prior to thu iiHsn-jmiwtirm ,
but thu prosecution objected
All thu testimony was pronounced
in and the court adjourned until
Saturday to allow the defonau time ti
prepare their argument.
The interval between now and Sat
urday will be occupied by Scovillu in
preparing points of law , Ho is evi
dently disheartened and it it not ex
pected ho will make a long argument.
Huiteau is to bo allowed to talk , but
it in known ho Iwi not the ability tc
make a long speech. A verdict is ox-
puctoelby Tuesday.
Xx > ftiiJor Lincoln tnl 1884.
N Uon l AMOcUted 1'rm.
CiUCAdO , January 4. The Tii-
buno'a Now York special nays : A
Very decided impression oiisUin sonu
nuartont that ( l m , Ijognu is puitmr
ing tlio way for his own nomination
in 1864 , and that lit-lm li'tii nwakun
oil tottho possibility ( if a vury elrunjer
bus rivalry in his pun state. Gen.
Logan is credited with thu nomination
ol Mr. Lincoln by ( Jon , ( lartiold , ami
has Silffftys entortaincd tlu
wnnnoflt friendship for tlu
80creUvp.uf war. Lincoln is a linn
fighter , b\u \ a siitmro tlijh'er ' , tla re
foro'itis iirtpossible tg credit him Mitl1
tHe joalbusy of Jlr. Logan wrich is
now ascribed to him , At thu Rami
time , it ia ihouqhl not unlikely that
cies ntuLho would not bo slow ti
counteract them lie would hardly
however , augSMt a method whtel
would bo likely to bring Mr Lincoln' :
nimo | into special prominence. Gns
sip croditH I'renidont Arthur and hi
taliy.irt friends vith an intention o
making Mr , Lincoln in corUiin con
tin uicicn ) thu candidate of thu con
vpntioti. The thiul term idea is dead
and there BCCIUS to bo littli
ddubt that , with the oxcoptiot
of .Jog in , the intention is to nucuri
fdr 'Qen. Arthur a ronomination. Tin
cbnBition of the party and the do
.vclopmont at thu republican cnnvon
tioil itself might make * that renpml
nation impossible , or if possible
prcssgB certain defeat. In that event
it' is thought by some of the wisi
nidh , that already those nUlwar
loaders have in view the bringinj
forward of Mr. Lincoln.
Mexican Mature-
NitlonU AuoclateJ 1'rcM.
CiTT or MRXICO , January 4. Af
Fairs in tho' state of Tobaaco , border
Ing on Guatemala , nro reported to b
Ip a" diaordorod state , oonsoeiupn
upon the uncertain relations esiatini
between thu two countries. Gen
taniol Buttorficld , who is now ii
Guatotnala , has boon selected as envoy
voy to endeavor to arrange the proa
out difficulties between Guatemnl
and Mexico ; ho has applied to tli
Mexican government for an escort o
troops to the capital ,
The Sonoro railroad has boon granted
od permission- extend its line fror
Hurmasillo to llogales on the Ri
Grande , for the purpose of intersect
ing the Atchisou , Topeka and Sant
Ex-President Diaz , now governor c
the atato of Oaxaca , has recommonc
od'a redaction of the national 'arm ]
In view of this'move ' a peaceful ac
justment of the Gautemala difficult
is k
JJ * . . .
Marlnn IntelliBonoe.
N Uon l Anocktod FnM. '
NEW YOUK , January 4. Ar'rivod-
The Bohemia from Hamburg. t
Sailed The Galliaand the England
for Liverpool , the P. Caland for Jlot
rANTWKiti * , January 4. Arrived-
The Woiland froni Now York.
LONHON , January 4. Arrived Th
Alsatia from Now York.
ROTTKUDAM , January 4. Arrived-
The Maas from Now York. <
SOUIIAMPTON , January 4. Arrivoi
The Odor from Now Y.ork for JJre
moil.Livxni'ooi. . , January 4 : Arrivod-
The Hibenia from Baltimore , th
Lake Manitoba and the Arabic fron
Now York.
QVKKHSTOWN , January 4. Sailed-
Tlio City of Montreal for Now York
Giiisaow , .January 4.Arrived -
Thu Cireaswa from Now York.
Murdorrd Hl Undo for Mouoy.
National Aiuociatcd 1'rueii
TOPKKA , .January 4. 1'hilhp Agloy
n furmur residing a few luilea from tin
city , was recently murdered in hi
house , M liich was burned to concua
the Crime. The coroner's -jury at th
time decided ho died by Buffocatioi
through thu accidental burning of hi
house. On tfunday night , however
Henry Anderson mado"nflldavit tha
ho believed W. E. Graham , a nephov
of Agloy , committed the murder ant
Graham was thereupon arrested. Oi
Monday hnt ho confoeBc-d to the crime
describing all the liorrible details o
itH conimittal and acknowledged h
killed Ilia uncle for his money. Thi
story aroused thu noighburliood t
Hitch 11 degiuu that on Monday nigh
a pnily of two nr three hunducd burs
npun thu j nl. ovurpovvonul the guard
tool ; Gr.ilmm and haiiucd hmi to ;
telegraph polo in front of the j.iil.
Snmll Pox.
Nu'lotial Amociatcil I'rest.
WAHiriMiio > , January 4. The nn
tional board of health culled on tli
president to day and presented ni
nddrofcH inging some action by th
preHidont and congrosu , if neceBHurj1
to enforce ) th rocoiiimundation of th
national health congroim which mot a
Washington some time ago , touchin
small pox , Tlio recommendation t
that all emigrants not recently vaccinated
natod be compelled to undergo th
process and Quarantine bo strict ! ;
enforced , The president will consido
thu matter and probably call the attention
tion of congruss by a special mesuag
to thu alarming Htutu of the pruvalonc
of this dineaso and rccoiimundin |
legislation similar to that proposed b ;
thu health congress ,
The Miunoiotn. iBaud'.Comiuisiioi
National Am > oclat d 1'reas
Sr PAUL , January 4. The Aliniii
sola bond commmiion havu liniHlie
their work of adjusting old clain
against the statu and isMiiing no
bonds to piy the same , Thu paymui
of claims m now going on. Sola
Chamberlain , of Cleveland , receive
$200,000 in cash and 82,000,000 i
new bonds , all of which hu tram
ported to hia homo in a special cai
One hundred and fifty thousand do
lars in old Minnesota railroad bond
wcru not presented ,
Continued Insinuations as to
Sherman's ' Sliamo ,
Statement of RoductionB Made
in the Star Route Service
in the Year.
, .
* - *
The Work Mapped Out for the
House Appropriation Com
mittee to Wroatlo With.
the Nn-
tionnl Capital
Nutionul AKHOciutod 1'rfcw.
WASIII.NOION , January , 4. At to-
ilay'a mretiug of the noimto commit-
luo to investigate tlio cxpundituro of
Hie treasury contingent fund , Mr.
Melint' , chairman of thu connniflsion
\ppoiutod by Secretary \Yindom , was
examined at considerable length iu
regard to coi tain teatimony taken by
: hat commiRHion.
Mr. Hoslor , foreman of the cabinet
shop , was then recalled ,
It in it subject ot remark that with
: ho exception of W. Paul Brown , who
is a discharged employe , every wit-
who has thus far appeared before
the commission , although placed miler -
lor no restrictions by them , abso
lutely refuses to Hay a word about the
nature of thu examination.
NitlonU Awoclittoil Prom.
WASIHNHTOS , January 4. The
liouso committuu on appropriations
will hold a meeting to-morrow for
the appointment of nub-committeca
and the assignment of the several
general appropriation billn to the
namu. During thu recess Colonel U.
C. Stevens , who has had thu position
of clerk to the committee for many
years , hns preiwrod twelve * of Iho
fourteen general bills , and had them
printed with wide borders for marginal
notes , and appended such font notoe
in relation to previous estimates , ap
propriations , etc , as are required for
the information of thu committee.
This gives the work before them t < i
thu sub-committees well in hand , and
saves much labor in reference to the
necessary data. The bills thus placed
in a state of forwardness arc the legis
lative , judicial and executive , the
army and navy , the consular and dip
lomatic , pension , Indian , mllilarj
academy , fortifications , agriculture ,
and the. District of Columbia. Tin
two remaining ones arc thosundn
civil and the deficiency , which can no
be drawn tip until the eloso of th
fiscal year , The river and harbor bill
receives ita firstconsidoration ; by thu
committee onrdinmorco.
National Aasoclalfd Prosit
\YAHHINOTON , January 4. Second
Assistant Postmaster General Elmer ,
iu a report to Postmaster Gem-rai
James submitted to-dny , reviewing
the work of Ids oflicu , saya : 'T have
tlio honor of informing you that elm-
ing the month of December , 1881 ,
the following charges in the .star ami
steamboat services Mure made : In-
crcoso in the sorvicu , f.'t8,8Hl , ; do-
cie.uio in the utar ncrvicu , 8'MO,8l ! ) ;
leaving a star reduction of $171 , 1'fiO ' ;
elocroaSu in steamboat , $ KtiO. , ( Tim
groan reduction in star and steamboat
.service fi'otn March 1st to December
1881 , amounted to ? L',017-t'22 , ,
while the increase during that period
amounted to $68,2i > ! > , loading a not
reduction of JU,4iUlM. : ' "
uoiiar. < : OM.MITTEI : uui.viUH ,
So much dinBatiHfaction ! H fi'IL by
members at tlio way" they have bpon
treated in t hu coinmittcu nppoinlmuntu ,
that efforts tire being miKie to heal the
soru heads and woundcel hcartn.
Speaker Keifer was closeted all day ,
listening to tlio wauV of hu unfortti-
nates , and further startling : mnounco <
nionls are expected , Thu doniro ol
memborH to swap places on com !
mittes will bo roHjiected atul
the present committee nlato will lit
wull scratched.
PoHtmaslcr ( Joiierul .lamcH lofl
WaHhington for Now York last night ,
and lion. T , C ) , Ilovso who xuccoedf
him will bo HWOIII iu to-dny , II ii
first olliciul appointment will bo thir
of his son , Frank II. , IIH chief clerl
ot thu | ) oatotlico department , vici
Vanwormor. At ! t p. m , to-day Ihi
outgoing introduced thu incoming
postnuiiter gunoral. MrJamcs | signed
11 du7.on or 'more dismisBuIn and ap
p'jintme.ntH to fill their places , Arnonp
the changes thus made WUH the removal
moval of Mr , Judd , postal care
agent at Gantleton , Now Yrtrk , nne !
a man named Tanner in hia place.
The salary of the oflico is $2,500.
Actint ; Indian CommisHionor Sto
vuns doniua thu reports printed ii
western papora that thu Southuri
Utes are on the war path hucauso tin
government will not pay thorn inontij
duu. Ho aaya that thuro In duu tlu
Southern UtoH $11,400 , and that at
soon as a now agent ni riven tli
money will bo paid ,
Sucrutary Hunt haa directed a detail
tail of half a elo/.on men from th
rjnks of under navy officers to b
placed on duty in the Smithaoniai
iimtituto that they may make a hind ,
of ucioncu. Hitherto it IIIIH boon th
Ciisu that thu government hat boei
compelled to go outside of itf * urn
ployoH to obtain HciontiHU for man ;
tnpo and entoi prison conduct 01
through the army inn ! navy ,
Thu Htutomont that Hun. J , I
New , of Indiana , ban boon temlere
thu HtiHsian iniiinion wpoeitivo , thouj ;
it is not known whether ] \fr. No' '
will accept or ia looking forsomuthin
at homo ,
Elootrlo Brief * .
\ntlon\l Aiwoilattxl rn T
Capt. _ Wm. Mctzion ; , a pioneer
tonmship commandur died in San
'rancinco on the lnd ! hint. , of ptiuu *
raonin ,
The miners and other wurkmon at
logout mine , Silver City , knocked oft
Saturday afternoon and attached the
troporty of the company duo them for
Thu shipmniitH of gold from Vic-
oria , II. C. , for thu year aggregate
The \ictims of thu Shanesullo , ( ) . ,
litnsteir wore buried ypaturdiiy. Kuui
ir live otht'M will die. No.vrly every
loiiRo in the village is a hospital foi
hu injuiinl ,
At North Vernon , Ind. . last nighl
ienjiunin Itaigroinva1 little boy \\at
ittacktul by n vieiuiH dog and mangled
o badly that ho will die.
Captain J. Morgan Shaw was killed
ml night by liia brother at Olnoy ,
ilo. Morgan had prtn iouslv killed
ni brother Parron in a tight about
The1 Vine Street opera homo , at
Cincinnatii knounariotythoa -
ur , run by Coloiu'l Tom SnollbakiT ,
va.i destroyed by Iho thin morning.
A Polish family named Diminoiky ,
ivmg at Hnrriiigton , a few milcn out
if Chicago , \\oru bunioel out Titosday.
V thirteen year old son perished in
111 * IllllllOM.
Two hundred invitations will be
asiied to-day for the banquet to be
endured by the Philadelphia bar on
he * 1-th to Attorney General Brown
Kato MorriH , who was severely
mrned nt Philadelphia Saturday even-
ng by her clothes becoming ignited
while trying to save her invalid sister ,
vho wan also on lire ) , died at the Peim-
ylvania hospital yesterday morning.
The Chicago & Alton railway com-
mny yesterday tiled at Springfield n
irotost against thu nuw freight tjiritl
irdurod by thu board of railroad and
warehouse commiHsionern.
Dr. John W. Draper , author of the
listory of the Inteillcctual Develop-
nent of Kuropo , Thu History of thu
\morVin ! Civil NVor , and Thu Con-
lice Between Ituligion and Science ,
lied yesterday , ai > ed 71 , at Huntings ,
m thu IluelHon.
( Jovornor Overtoil and others called
on the secretary of the interior yes-
orelay to protest against the ratitica-
tion of the act of the Choctaw nation
granting n right of way to the St.
jotiis & San 1'VanoiHco ' railroad. Mr ,
Jvurton said hu was spokesman. Tlu
secretary hoard thu protest and saie
iu would consider it.
A sulphurio acid gas generator be
onging to the Edison Electric Light
ing company exploded as it was boiii ) .
removed from a wagon by two inor
on Pearl near Pine street , in Nov
York shortly after 2 o'clock yoatordaj
afternoon. Fortunately no one wai
injured. Several panes of glass di
rcetly onposito wcrO' shattered ; asidi
from tins nu danu n done.
In the Ohio homo , yesterday , Mr
Kithcart introduced a bill makinj
? rave yard insurance a felony.
The ! commanding officer at For
Ouster has been ordered by Gen. .
Terry to send a troop of cavalry t <
iroteet the working party of tin
Sbrlhei n Pacific and prevent Urn In
liaii outbreak.
A. farmer named P.eakos and tin
eim hu was driving were killed yus
.onlay at Nowaik , O. , by a lialtimon
and Ohio pamiongor train 'during i
Blinding HIIOW storm.
' [ 'ho commisaioii of 1'onlmiiHto
( ionural Hoivo win signed by lh <
ironielunt yontcielay.
Jlonry ColFoy IIIIH buon itppointei
utorokuopeir and guagor for thu Fourtl
listrict of TuxnH.
It is announced that the great con
canning lirm of Winshiw , Johns A
Co. , Portland , Mo. , f.vilod. I/iahil
tic , ? 182.000. W. 1) ) . Duly it Co
of Now York , have $25,000 lialiili
.ios , anil thuro In it morigagoof ? 100 ,
)00 ) in favor II. 1C , Thurbor , of No"
York. Many fumilicx will lese id
liuir corn crop.
Gun. Kwaim , who hoara very oftoi
'rom Mrs. Garliold , sayutho familyl
jnito well and that the health of th
president's mothur has been excelled
ibis winter.
A gemural strike won inaugurate
yonterday among thu lusters in th
ihou factorioH of Cincinnati , Foil
iinidrud lutttei'H go out and 7,00
iand ru thrown out of employment
Thu nenato committuu inyoHtigatin
the-trcaHury contiiigont expondituri !
Lhia morning uxaminud Deputy Comi
trullor Turboll through whosu ollic
the accounts of the custodian paBHo
us to the mudo of Bottlumunt.
Gon. T. J , JJurbridgo , who hasbuu
publiahud as a party to n prospectiv
duul with Congre'Hsiihui Blackburn , <
Kentucky , wont to Washington froi
Philadelphia yUHturday for thu pui
[ ) OHU of prvparing a statement to tli
public vxplaining thu origin of tli
long Htandin ; , ' feud between thu twi
Friends of Itiirbcidgu say thupublici
tion will contain some unwritten hi
tory of a decidedly spicy characti
and buaod entirely upon rocgrds an
letters ,
Aftur a most unjoyablu visit tl
nation'n ' Yorktowu guoats from Fran <
sailed from Now York for homo ye
Articles wuru signed yesterday fl
match game of billiards , cushu
carom , GOO points , for 92,500 a Hid
between Hex ton and Sclmfor , to tal
place in Now York April 27th.
Train WrocUors Couunlttoil-
National Awoclatud 1'runo.
Yof.Nusiows , < ) , , January 4.-
Knmiiuul KviuiH , Nathuniol Lewis ni
.Ino KhaughnoHHy , charged with muj
dor in Iho ! irnt dogrco inrocking
tnvin , thoruby killing thuuimincur iu
liruinan , on thu Pittsburg , Fort Wayi
t Chica'0 railroad laat Soitomb |
niiiir Alliaiico , Ohio , had n hoariiik' t
day and wuro committed to jail
await the action of the iraiul , jur (
George , son of Nathaniel Luwis , ng
10 yuaiH , HAW the wrecking aiidgnip
icaily described the part each took e
that uvontful night , On hi ovidum
they woru committed.
a Jail at Sidney , Charged With
Murder ,
t is Said Ho Placed a Revolver
to n Man's Head and Delib
erately Fired.
But He Puts in the Defense
Thnt the Murdered Man
Committed Suicide.
llcollnnotm Crltaa That Came
thuViroi Lixnt
Mnrdcir atOamp Clnrlio-
o the lice.
Sinxr.v , Nob. , January 4. Camp
Clarke , fifty mile's north e > f hero , was
10 BCOIIO of a oad all'.iir last night.
'on Schlogcl , an employe of Charley
louru's was instantly killed by a pis
ol ahot through thu head. Harry
lull is now iu our county jail charged
ith tlio crime. Ho claims that
chlugol commited suicide , but aleck
lock leiulor of the Black Hills Stage
ompany says that Hall placed thu
uizy.lo of the revolver close to
chlci/el's head and tiro. Hall wan
mmudiately arrested by llarry Clarke
nd biought hero. Full particulars
aniiut be asco rtained , as the coro-
or's inquest will not bo hold until
riday. Hall state * ho is a nephew
f Gov. Nance.
In the Cameron county ( Peiaa )
ourt , on Tuesday , Antonio Lope/
nd Aljos Garsoa wore sontuncod to
oatli for murder.
In thu Mattamoraa ( Mexico ) court ,
n Tuesday , Chriatobal Fernandez , a
orporal , was aontencod tobn shot for
At Auburn , Canno county , Ton-
see , yesterday , during a tight iu
let hoi's store , young Uothol shot
nd killed Andruw 'Juston and Char-
ey Adams mortally shot Ihidd Mc-
\delo. Thu trouble nrouau from old
A.t Cauuhm , N. J. , yesterday , Heir-
cu llammol , whose defalcations have
Tovioualy boon reported , was re-ar-
cstod on four warrants charging him
with forging orders for money ou the
rcasuror of Newton Township Build-
in ; and Loan association , and with is-
uing spurious cortiCcatos of stock tea
a total of 805,000. Ho was com
mitted without bail.
John Toohy , of St. Paul ,
hlinn. , a laborer , utabbed and
dllod his wife last evening while in a
drunken fron/.y , because' shcr refused
n allow their daughter to go for more '
Mrs. Marion L. Dow , the female
lock broker , of Philadelphia , against
vhom a number of charges are pond-
ng , was yesterday morning taken be-
ere a magistrate to answer to the
hargo of obtaining $2G5 from Mm.
jolonmn by fraudulent reprosonta-
ions , and a hearing was postponed
until to-morrow.
She 'Wanted a Chan BO
S'utlciial Associated I'rcud.
Piiii.unii'iUA : , . .January . Mrs.
laria Leathurman , aged 11 , educated
ind accumpliahud , and thu wife of
ildinond 1) . Loathurinan , one of the
ichuat farmers in the county , eloped
with Dave Gurmaino , aged 127. u poor
uneducated , ugly looking tenant on a
luighboring farm. The rocroint young
nan leaves a wifu and two children in
want , while the rich woman leaves a
iiisband frantic with ragu and four
children , two of whom are nearly
wn , Mrs. Ijeathurinaii had been
untried twenty-two years , hut had be
come weary of thu humdrum lifo of the
'arm andetoaircd to visit other scones.
The illy muted but loving couple de
parted on the train unobserved and
vuro aeen subsequently nt Danville ,
jut quickly disappeared. Leather-
nan offers a largo reward for the ap-
[ milionaiou of ( Jennaine. It seoniK
ihat M rn. Luathormaii carried off with
tor throe trunks tilled with silverware
ind valuables and $1,200 in money.
rJormainu in dcaoribod as a young
Krenehnmn , with a frightful scar on
lis cheek and nock , resulting from a
National Associated I'ri'HS.
LONIIOK , January 4. Hon. John
ISright , in speaking to his constituents
at liirminglmm ycHturday , said that all
the troubles of Ireland were duo to thu
Tory principles , on which the country
had boon governed since 1G01. Hu
defended thu recent coercive measure
of the government on thu principle ou
which a captain restrains a mutimnm
crow. Tlmprosunt excitement , ho said ,
was largely duo to American agita
tion , but England waa determined to
treat Ireland with liberality , and
would , in time , subdue the Irish dis
PAHIH , January . A ministerial
council wan held at the Elysoo yesterday -
torday , at which the Anglo-French
treaty waa discussed. It was finally
decided to refuse tha English de
Indications *
National Aneoi-latcU 1'roaa.
WAHIUMITO.V , January 0. For the
lower Miesouii valley : Partly cloudy
weather , variable winds , mostly from
east to south , fulling barometer and
rising temperature.
HAYDKN'S I'auJnt Fire Kindlon *
are indispensable. Aak your Groce-r
for them.
HAYDKN'H Patent Fire Kiuellow
are indispensable. Ask your Grewor
for them.
IJAYDKN'S Patent Fire Kmdlcra
are indispensable , A k your Groct r
for them.