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PHE OMAHA DAILY BEE.
SEVENTEENTH YEAR OMAHA , SATURDAY &IQKNING DECEMBER 3 , 1887. NUMBER 108
Grovy Resigns the Presidency of
HIS MESSAGE TO THE DEPUTIES.
Wild HCCIICH of Disorder In the BtrcutH
ol'I'aiiH Tlio Molts Charged Hy
the Police and Soldloin
. (667 ( till Jilincn ( liinlnn ffcinie't.l '
PAIIIS , Dec. 'J. [ Xcw Yoik Hciald
Cable Special to the Hrr. ] 'iho second
end of Dei ember is again destined
to go down in bistoiy as a ( lav
memoiablo in the annals of Pi ante. At
nn eaily hour this mot ning thousands of
Puilslans Unonged to the PI ice do la Con-
cotdo and peidied themselves like c'tows on
the benches and stone balustiadcs beneath
the statues Stinssboutg , L-vons and Mar
seilles. At I o'clock Genci.il Soussicr and
bis aide dc camp lode slowly down the
Champs Hljsces , a sqtiudion of tlio guide
lojmhlicuiiio cheval dealing the giound. The
eiowd vvns peifectly good natuied , shouting
"A bus Pel i yl"
At 2 o'clock the deputies all thtonged Into
the Palais Houibon like sthoolbojs , quid 10-
publlc.ilno on foot funning burners to enable
them to push thiough. Inside tlie ehinnbei
itself the hccno was vorj'impiessive. Hun
dreds of ladles filled the gnlleiies. In tlio
diplomatic logo weio Mr. MoLuuo , Count
Munstei mid nil the attaches. M. Ploquct ,
ut u ( pun ttr past 2 o'clock , brought his ivoiy
hammer down with a vvhiiik and in a stcnto-
lian voice shouted :
"I invite jou to piescivp thomost piofound
silence out of icspcct for join selves and for
the nation that jou i epic-sent. "
All the deputies at once became as still as
mice and Floquct lead slowlj' and distinctly
the president's message. When bo caino to
the pusnugo "Mon devoir et mon droit scr-
iilent do icsistet , " thoio W'us a loud muimcr
of dlsappiobiition. The i est of the message
was listened to in told silence I happened
to bo seated in the galleij- next to the Mar
quis do Heanvoir , who is the official tcpio-
sentulivo of the ComtodoP.nis Do Hcau-
vuir exclaimed us soon as the leading of tlio
message ended :
' I'll , bitnoila. . It is a vet j dignified mes
sage and is as thoiough ndenunciation of the
icpubllo as could have been wiitten bj'the
most reactionaiy coiibciv.itivo. "
M , Clovis Hugucs , the excitable deputy
fiom Marseilles , exclaimed , in an undei-
tone : "Oil , II est bitn moit inuintcnnnt. "
Evoijbody then t nulled Into tlio lobbies to
discuss tlio chances of candidates at the Vci-
sailles congicss to moilow and the wildest
chattel Ing and hullabaloo ensued. At the
coiner lobby , near the statue of Liocoon ,
Loid Kundolph stood cugoilj' discussing the
situation with Ploquct
At II o'clock I found the eiowds outside the
Palais Houibon being diiven off by detach
ments of soldieis mid police , the eiowd shout
ing nlvvujs , "Abas Peiij ! " "Moht a
The mob was a good naturcd one and sang
tbo "Mmsollles" and "Carmagnole. " Mean
while U few bundled hot-headed joungsteis
inmchcd fiom the Place do la Concorde
down the avenue Uivoli to the Hotel dtt
vLouvic , wheio Hoiilangcr lives , singing
"Kovcnantdola Kcvuo" and bowling out
"Vivo Houlungerl" but Houlanger had al-
icady quietly loft Pans bj garo d'Oi leans
for Cleimoiit-Poiiand to letako' command
of his thiitcenth in my coips. At
the Hotel do Villu wcikmpii stood
about In gionps , but offei eel no tin eat or 10-
slstance to the tioops At 5 o'clock , however -
over , gangs of about six bundled joungsteis
mid gamins headed by Cumelin.it , Quoicj
and Haslj- , with led , white mid blue banncis ,
tame mm thing over the Pont do la Concoido ,
singing "Cinimignolo , " and United down the
Hue Hlvoli en Kouto for the Hotel
do Villo When they got opposite
the eimcsti Ittn statue of Joanne
d'Aro a squndion of gnaids repubbcuino
f011 ed u passage , The emoutieis tiled to
lush thiough the tanks , and the oflicci indo
command teceived the but of a cigar in the
diook that some mischievous gavtoeho hud
thrown at him. Tlio officer dtow his saber ,
tind as ho did so a dozen stones wci 0 tinow a
at soldieis , several of them sinking the hi ass
helmets with a sound like a spoon dioppcd
into tin empty saucepan. The gaulo republi-
toino then , at the woidof command , diew
their sabtes and n tiuinpet sounded the
chaigo. Tlio tioopois , on lulg-j horses , ttotted
and then gallojied at the eiowd , tiding
down ten or twenty of them and
hltUnirtight and left with the flat of sables
Hasley himself was bit in the jaw by a sabto
and fell on the pa\ement howling with i.ige.
The eiowd in live minutes melted nwuy , leav
ing no dace behind it except a dozen men
and bojs sllghtlj biuiseiland limping about
Almost at the same moment two similar
lows took place on the place do la
Concoidu and tile Hojale , the mob
dlsnppcaiing like magic. Hut in the
tuo Kojitlo si'iiinm.igo a hot-headed I
joungstor ( lied a tovoher ut the euv.ili.v.
The ball stuukouo of the soldieis on the hel
met. This vuis followed bj a volley of stones ,
the oflli or In command being hit on the cheek
and the i ight ej o w ifli a stone The ti umpet
at once bounded a chatgo and tiot , and the
rue Uoyalo w as sw opt clear of all the crow d
na if with u biooni.
Suddenlv another gang of t evolutionists
appealed opposite the Muddoino. Throe or
four icvolver shots weio Hied bj them at the
troops. One of these shots bit the glazed
hat of a ooeher dtiving a jellow cab
number 7720. This cochor , whoso
name is Paul Viitor , tinned bis horses at the
ctowd , and , whip in hand , shouting featful
oaths , this Jehu diovo full tilt at the crowd ,
i mining over an old woman , and the cab ,
driving up against a lamp post , tuinod o\ oren
on its side Tlio ctowd smashed the tab to
pieces , but the cabman , whose whip was
toin fiom his band , seized ulaigowicndi
that all Pat islnn cabmen carry under their
box beat , and wounded six people on the head
with It , knocking two senseless. Several moio
vollojs of htonosand a fowhuimlebsievolver
shots wore Hied ut the tioops. The cavalry
clnngcd again , leaping over the cab , and at
the foot of the steps of tlio Madeleine about
llfty persons weio wounded bv kicks from
the hotses and blows from the backs of
uies. Nobodj' dui hip the set immago , how-
in or , w as K Jllr'or tn e" m ouy w ounded.
A few tovolvcr shots vTC' * also filed at the
troop * , fi om the place do la Concorde , but a.
vigoious chat go of cavalry nvvopt the stieets
clear. At 0 o'clock all Pat Is was quiet again.
At u mcctinc held this evening at the
Hotel do Vlllo the municipal council of Pat is ,
In foimal session , passed a icsolullon byM
volts to 15 cxptossliiK the conviction of the
council thut if Jules Feiiy bo rlocted picsl-
dent Unit ci ave troubles would bo Inevitable ,
tnd not only would thesticcts ofPanstlow
With blood , but U would bo u sign of civil
war throughout Prance , This resolution
was puB ed as nn offs < t to tbo opinion ex-
picsscd in the lobbies of tbo chamber to-day
that Ferry has the best chance of election.
Paris to night is ( pilot , but long after mid
night people stand on the boulevards and sit
in ( afcs sipping vermouth , smoking cigarettes
and betting on the c hances of the candidates
to-moiiow in congi cst.
At Versailles considerable Indignation is
expressed that Wilson bus not followed his
beau pcio's suite and resigned his beat as a
Quito n touching little domestic scene oc
curred this morning at the Kl\sce when
Gicvy announced his decision to resign.
Mme. Wilson , who bus been In a very
nervous ! and excitable state of health the
p.ist 1 few dajs , tbiow hctsclf on the lloor at
her 1 fathers feet , begging mid imploring him
to i cumin president , and concluding with
the ' wends : "Mon Mini ; ser.iit perdu. "
To-night th" ttoops remain In the barracks
under ' aims , Genoial Sailssler , who now
holds ' in his hands the destiny and public
oidoi of Pianc o , is omnipotent and shows
Inc ! teasing vigilance. Ho lides thiough
the ! sticets in an elegant dash
ing undicss uniform of a gen
eral oflltcr. Hy bis side tides nn aides-
do camp , also In campaign unifoim , and be
hind two or Unee mounted oidei lies Saus-
slci is in fact all that remains of the govem
inent Ho is nil povvcilul and is fully com
petent to quell w itli iron cnergj * anj' attempt
to utuip the gov eminent or effect a coup
Gievy left the Klvsoe at 5 2" > this after
noon in a poupo di awn bv two black hoises.
All the oflUois of tlio piesidcnt's household
stood uncovered as Grevj' stepped into the
cimlago. Gicvj wore a double-In castcd black
coat , n tall silk lint mid dailc
tiouscis. Ho looked tboioughly tiled out.
The weather is cold nnd foggy and
ho closed the windows of the
coupe and diovc i.ipidly to bis mansion on
the avenue bonu , whither Wilson and his
fmnllj had pi deeded bun. At ! ) o'clock all
the mnbassadois called ut the mansion on the
uvenvc Sena and loft their cauls. A few
gamins in fiont ot the Sena ahoutcd "abas
Fcny ; u 1'eau Poirj. "
PAIIIS , i ! > m , DQO 2 Evcijth'ng is quiet
throughout the city thus fur. The police do-
c'me that thev aricstcdDotbuleteand Louise
Michel vesteicluv to save them fiom tne violence
lence ol the eiowd. Tin1 papeisj'.enerullj aic
of the opinion that after the evtntsof jestci-
daj' Picsidcnt Giovy cannot postpone his
lesignation. Thej' approve tbo attitude of
the thu.nbois as calm and dignified. Lo
Soleil declines Unit Piesident Gievj's acton
in dofeiiing his lesignation was especially
aimed at Pen v.
1 , iO p m Picsidcnt GIPVJ'S lesignation
has been sent to the ptcsidcnts of the bcnato
and ehambei of deputies , and will bo lead at
the opening of the sittings of the ehmnbeis.
Atl.2"ip m ciowds woio in fiont of the
chamber of deputies The pollt o have
elcuicdtho uppioadics to the building and
have stoppe-d tiafllo in the vicinity.
At 1 .1" ) Piesident Glow's message to-
signing the piosldomy ot the icpublio was
lead in tbo e hambci of deputies. In it Gievy
s'atcd the votes taken in the senate and cham
ber of deputies jcbteidiiv weic decisive dc-
monstiations necessitating his lesignation.
After lecallinghis seiv ices to the country
which assuied tianqililitv at homo and peace
ubio id , bo declines that ho leaves the ofllec
with a feeling of sadness , while declining to
bo lesponsiblo for future events
The deputies icceived tbo message with
Floquet lead a letter from the picsident of
the senate summoning n congiess of the two
ehmnbeis at Veisallles for the puipobo of
electing a new piesident. Tlio sitting was
dosed with cues of "Vivo la icpubhquo ! "
The text of Gievj's message of lesignation
w as as follow s.
"So long as I had only to contend with the
difficulties in mj path of the attacks of the
pi ess , absentation of the men whom the pub
lic voice called to mj side anil the met casing
ii : > [ 'j ii > nty ! to foi 111 u minlstij' , I struggled
on and lorn lined wheiodutj' leu inc. Hut at
the moment when publio opinion , better 111-
foimed , mmked a change which gave mo
hope ol loiming a gov eminent , the senate
and chumboi of deputies voted a double leso-
lution , which , under the foi m of adjournment
to fix nn hour to await the picsi-
deut's piomised message , is tantamount
to summoning lUc piesidcnt to icsign. It
would be mv dutj nuil light to icsist a little
under the oilcunistauces in which wo aio
placed , but wisdom and patiiotism command
mo to j lelcl 1 leav o to those w ho assume it
UiPi expansibility ful1 Si'jh > weceuctit and
tlio events that m.ij' ensue. I ichnquiyi
w ithout icgtet , but not w ithout sadness , the
dighitj to which 1 have been twice laised
without solicitation , mid In the cxeicismg of
which I tool confident Ihiivo douo mj' ilutj- .
To this 1 call Plane e to witness. Pi.nico
will saj Unit foi ninojeais mv government
bus seemed to the countij' peace , oidei mid
libei tj" has made Fiunco le-spocted thiough-
outthewoild ; has woikeel unieniittingly to
laise her , and in the midst of nn at mod Eu-
lopoleuveb her in condition to defend her
honor mid light ; and , fuither , thut it has
been able to keep tlio tepublle in the wise in
ternal com so mm ked out bv the interests and
wishes of the couutij' . Fiance will saj'
that in ictuiii for this I have
been lemoved fiom a post wheio
her confidence placed in mo. In leaving po
litical litt'iroiin but ono wish. It is that the
icpublic niaj not bo sttuck the blows aimed
at mjsi'lf. but that it inuj issue tmimphant
honi'Uio tiangeis it is made to incur. I pluco
on the buieau ot the chumbei of deputies my
lesignation of the functions of piebidcnt of
the Pi one h lepublic. "
At 4 , . )0 ) p. m. gioups of people had begun to
assemble in tiout ot the Palais Houibon ,
A numbei of membeis of UIP two ehnmbcis
held u session in the Puluis Houibon this uf-
tcinoon for the puiposo of balloting for pies
idcnt piep.nutoiy to an election by the con-
gi ess at Vc i Millies to-moi low. The icsult of
the tiist bidlut was : Flouquet , 101 , Do Pioj-
ciiK't.UI ; Hiisbon.Ti ; Sadl Cai not , 4U ; Peiij ,
ID ; Pellleus , it. Gicvy , i ! .
In those onil Valiol Mssonatois and depu
tes voted. The ip-ult was : M. do Piejcmet ,
11)0 ) ; M. Hilton , si ; M. Sadicarnot , 27 ; M.
Floqiict , 'M ; M. Peiij' , U. Oulv inemlioi-s of
the upublkun gioups took pait in the bal
I.outso Michel attempted to foice mi en-
ttanco into the building and was again placed
under an ebt.
In the evening , on the pretext that the re
public w us thii atoned , humlicds of i evolu
tionists and so 'ialists , followed by a big
eiowd composed of all elements , stinted for
the Hotel do Villo. The police and cavaliy
ehaigcd the mob , which ictaliatul with a
volloj of s.oncs. A number of peisonsweio
oiintU d , The mob w as dispoi sod.
Cumellnat and Lnquou\v , extremist dep
uties , with UiniiPst Kocho , of Intian-
slgcunt , tiled to hautnguo u eiowd
In fiout of the 1'alais JJoui-
bon , but woio pioventod by tUo polici1.
Aftciwaids they pioavdcd to the Hotel do
Ville The mutiicipal council w as dis'-ussing
the pioposal to ptoocd tothoPalais Houtbcn
to moitovv to dcmuad thut the chamber save
the tepublic' . Cttinellnat obtained a feivynt
healing. The municipal council ngicedbyn
vote of .14 to is to ask an audience with the
Midnlglit Tlieiowas much less excitement
in this citj to night than on the piovious
night. Knots of cutious people collected
fiom time io time , but wote easily dlsneiscd.
A few pet sons teceived slight injiniesln scuf-
Iles with the polico. Louis MIdiol was foicl-
blj removed fiom the enti anc oof tbo Palais
1501111)011.11111 was then liberated. Deputy
HcU'.jy was aucstod. bonatora and modct-
ate deputies Kcneiallv abstaine-d from taking
ll.'r' 'a ' tod.tv's test balloting. The plcnaij
meeting to lw < held at Veit-adles to-moiiow
inoi ning will atTou" : : bcttci indication of the
Haul tcsult ,
DUUIIV. Doe. ! i The til.il of Lord Major
Sallivan foi puutlug in UF-s papcriho Nation ,
icpotthof bul'inciised biiiachcs of the Na
tloual U'ugue , took place to clay and lesultci
in i onvietlon. Sullivan Was bculonc dto tv.vo
monthb'iuiV'tisoinncnt , but v < Ithout later.
I IMP Al V'C ' HVT Ilflc V TFC \
LliMULi > o tiUUllu lAUo ) ,
The Cnso of the Councllmon Be
fore the Suprouio Court.
SEVERAL MORE DAYS OF
A Hull- Made Huturnnhlc on the 12th
lust. Attorney Iminhertson TnkcH
a Hoppful View of the
The Ijincoln Council Cnse.
WisiiisoTov , Deo. 2. [ Special Telegiam
to the Hi r.i The supreme court has
granted a rule i etui liable on December 12 , in
the Lincoln council case.
The decision was announced by Chief Jus
tice Waite and was vei bid. He suit ! : "Wo
have decided to grunt uiulo in the applica
tion fiom Lincoln , Neb , made bj' Andiow J.
Savvjer andothcts for a vvnt of habeas cor
pus , but do j ou pi efer u rule or n wi it of ha
beas coipus I" addtessing Mr. Lambcitson ,
w ho stood at the bar ,
" 1 pi efer a iule , " was the teplj' .
"When shall it bo i etui liable i" the chief
"I can miange , " said Mi. Lumbcrtson , "to
have it ictinliable at once I will telegraph
the mmshal. "
"Wo weic thinking of making it t etui liable
on December 111. "
"That Is a longer time , " said Mr. Lambert-
son , "than is ncccssaij' . I should saj the
bth would give ample time. "
"We'll make it the 12th , " suid Justice Mil
"On the Uth thoiulo will bo returnable , "
said the chief justice. "Then If we deem it
advisable , the date can bo changed to suit
"Can j on not i olcaso the pi isonci s on baili"
inquned Mr. Lambcitson. "
"No , " said the chief justice , "we could not
do that If jou dosiio , howevci , wo will
grant j'ou a wi it. "
"No , I picfer u ittle"replied Mr. Lambeit
son , "but I w ant to get these men out of jail
as soon as possible. "
"The piisoneis mo in the charge of the
United States maishal , " intciposed Justice
Miller , "and I suppose they aio not buffer-
"Probably not suffering , but they do not
want to languish by the grate anj' longer
than is absolutelj' necessary , " icspondcd Mr.
Again the chief justice said the piisoneis
could not bo icleased on bail. Ho added :
"Now , Mr. Lambertson , if jou conclude that
jou would picfci a vvnt of habeas coipus toi |
iule , wo will giant H. "
Mr. Lambcitson did not desire that , as the
expense of biingmg the piisoneishcie would
be considerable and the journey would be no
moio pleasant than to remain where thej'urc.
If a wilt of habeas corpus was granted the
piisoneis would in poison be bi ought before
the court heic , when the argument for iclief
would bo made in their presence. The mlo
simplj' icquircs the United States marshal to
show cause vvhj the piisoneis aic held and
the argument will take place without the
picscnco of the piisoncrs heie , thus saving
the expense of their tiip. Mi.
Lambcitson believes that if Judge
Hrcwer had been piescnt to-daj' and
heai d tbo dialogue above outlined , that he
would have been willing to reduce the mi-
piisonmcnt of the pt isonci s to simple cus
todj of the United States maishal Hobo
licvedalso that the time for loturning tbo
nilowould be i educed to the 7th 01 bth , and
ho is vcij' favoiablj' nnpiesbcd with the turn
the case has taken. Mr. Lainbcitson's biief
is spoken of as a model of tetseness and
sttong in its mgumcnt.
Should the United States court of Ncbiaska
icfuse to admit the Lincoln pilsoncrs to bail ,
Mr. Lainbei taott Will to-moiiow ask the su
piemceouit of the United States to issue a
w t it of habeas coi pus , which w ill bung them
heio. Once here , they will bo icleased on
bail , as Chief Justice Waite has so stated.
Mr. Lambeitson , Senator Paddock and Hep-
lescntativo McShanc mid othcis in Washing
ton expect the couit in Nebuiska to admit
he piiscr0' ' s to bail. The couit bcie to day
expi cssccl gi cat sui pi iso \i\vr \ 'paming ' that
ho Lincoln men wore actually in jail. Jus
tice field said to Mr. Lambei tbon : "These
n"ii mo onlj' nominallv in the eustodj' of the
inaishal , mo tboj' not I"
"No , indeed , " leplied Mr. Lambcitson ,
'they mo actually m jail , and aio kept in
close confinement. When thev w 01 o 01 del oil
n the custody of the maishal the couit di-
ictted that they should bo confined in jail
Thut mount confinement for all the vvotds
When Mr. Lambcrtson asked Chief Justice
Waitc to admit the piisoneis to bail the latter
leplied : "Wo huvo no authoiity to admit
them to bail unless the-j' aio before us. If
jou want it wo will issue a writ bunging
them heio and then wo may admit them to
"No , " leplied Mr. Lambcitson , "I picfer
to save the expense their coming heio would
make , cspcciallj'when thev can just as well
be admitted to bail at Omaha. "
"Peihups , " said Justice Miller , "that the
eouit at Omaha will icleaso them on bail
when it loams that wo have issued nwiit
and mo willing to giant avviit of habeas
After such plain talk us this talk which
means u suggestion that the piisoners ought
to be on bail the Ncbiaska people and all
who aio familiar w itli today's pioceedings
anticipate thut the couit bus all cad j admitted
the piisoneis to bail.
Hofoio asking for u wilt of habeas corpus
to-moriow , in tlio event tbo touit at Omaha
does not admit the piisoiiets to bail , Mr.
Lmnbcitson will propose to deposit a bond
hero in any sum which may bo named for the
bail of the prisoners , thus making unneces
sary their trip to Washington.
Ueprescntutivo McShuno , who is very in
dignant at their impiisonmcnt , is anxious to
suppl.v anj'bond the court muv lequire. It
is sate to piedict that the piisoneis will not
be In jail long ,
Mr. Lamboitson met Judge Dillon , of Now
Yoik , in the snptemo couit loom to day and
the judge , who is the highest authority in the
tommy on tha subject of habeas coi pus ,
having w ritten stundaid decisions on it , ox-
pi ess'ed gic.it binpjiso thut tno Lincoln men
weio in Jutland thut in fuct they hud been
lined for contempt. Judge Dillon is high
uuthoiityon the question of fcdcial juiis-
etiction I'U'l ho declined that the fedei al coin t
had no light to attempt anj' inteifoience. as
it did at Lincoln. Ho is of tbo decided
opinion that Mr. Lambeitson has uliendj'
won hU case. The supiemo couit of the
United States bus done evcijthlng asked
except to flbail , which , it s.ijs ,
it has no iicht to do unless
the piisoneis will como bcic. Then thej'
will bo within ioaeb. Mr. Lnmbertson is lu
constant anticipation of the announcement
fiom Omahu , that the piisoneis ate out of
Jail , and ho expects to have . \ ictuinoftho
i ulo in time to get a healing befoto Decem
ber I',1 , tlio time ilxed to day.
Mr. Lambcitson received a te'ojrram fiom
Omahu to nlcht , stating that the couit theio
bad intimated that It would admit the prison-
01 b to bail ujKin the iccommendatlon of the
biipierne couit bete , and to-moirow ho will
ask for the lotonunendaUon , which ho be
lieves will bo mado.
Mr. Lambeitson and ConejC'sninn Mo-
Shane called on Justice Miller- late to night t
amkcd : him to iccomnicml 10 Mnishai
Him bower Tu r wso the. prlsmiooi on pinole.
The Justice said ho cu2l Uu > .t do this , but ho
i > ad ! the action of the sumeCS'-QUit to day
ought to be sufficient to Induce the msr-'ia '
to do this , or to lead the eouit to admit th
uilsoners to ball. , , . .
T1II3 I'UKHIDKNT'H MIISSAGK.
The Topic * Treated In Cleveland's
Third , Annual.
Nrvv YOIIK , Dec. 2. [ Special Telegram to
the Hm : . ] The Trtbuno's Washington
special saj s : "Tho praidcnt at the cabinet
meeting jcstordoj' , stibmlttcd n rough draft
of his forthcoming annual message to con-
gioss. It was fully anfl ftcoly discussed for
nearly four houis and will again bo sub
mitted on Friday to the cabinet in the form
in which It will be sent to congiess. Mean-
w bile speculation is t ifo as to the contents of
what will probably bo one of the longest
ofHcial documents ever1 wiittcn by Cleve
land. Those who know say it will contain
approximate ' 22OJK ) welds Unusual pre
cautions seem to huvo been takan to prevent
Its publication bcfototho pioper timo. It
will not be sent to the public pi inter until at
the lust moment. Viom cxeclknt source-sit
is asccttaincd that Ua\aid's ' department will
ubsoib the lion's share of the message. Ho
vvirt announce In the flist place
cither the icsult of the labois of
the Jlsherles commission or the fact that
they mo still at work. Tlieie is an impres
sion pi availing today that the commission
will sit for the lust time on Saturduj' next. It
is based upon the icpoit that one of the Ca
nadian commlssioncts asserted atone of the
dinneis iccontlj' given to them that all of the
commissioners , Chambcilain Included , will
cat their Clnistmas dinners at homo. It in
dicates , too , that the negotiation of n now
ticatj' has been found impiacticable , a result
said to bo favoied bj'.Uavaid , who js icpic-
sented as despaiilng of getting a ticatj'
acted ' the senate in its
upon bj' present tem
per. What the president will piobablj' bo
able to announce in bis message is that the
commission has agreed upon an intciprcta-
tion of the treaty of 1818 Ho will not allude
to the appointment of Angel and Putnam ,
"negotiatois , " nor is it expected that
the names of lUiose two gentlemen
will bo sent to the senate , if
the commission should still bo in session after
the meeting of congress. The latitlcation ot
unextiadition ttcuty with Gieat Hiituin is to
bo urged. Aieqiiestls made that suitable
legislation bo passed bj' congress to eatij
into effect the convention of ISSOCOVPI ing the
opium traffic with China , and m connection
with this , it is rumoicd that the piesident
will lead a mild seA of lectuio to congress on
account of its pi ociastination in such m.it-
teis , while he will conti.ist with it tbo
piompt action of China in ictuinlng part of
the unused indemnity voted by ( ongicss on
account of the Hock Spt ings outi ages A 10-
Mslon of the initialization laws , establish
ment of a central lubot buican for registia-
tion of nntuiahml citizens , and a hint us to
the iidvisubilitj' of lestncting by fed
eral statute nnmlgiation ot an 1111-
desiiable kind aio among the topics
discussed bv the piesident in view of the re
cent anau lusts' depionstrutioiis in rations
naits of the eountij * ; A letter leeched fiom
Geoi go William Curtis is said to have insuted
the inseition of n fcirqiblo uigument in the
piesulent's message in behulf of the adoption
of some measuie coveimg the cop\light
question. The abel itlon of the tax on vvoiks
of ait is again urged. Apleaforlibei.il uppio
pi mt Ions lor the consular sei vice also iiguies
latgolj in this pait of the piesidcnt's mes
sage. lieguiding thotnrift and other ques
tions of tinancc the bresidcnt will huve little
to saj , the picscnt plan beingit is said , to let
the bccictaij of the ttcusui j deal with both
questions me.xtcnso in his annual
tepoit In a general and veiy
guuided way tto piesidcnt lecom-
mends , it is \ undei stood , libeiul
enlaigement of tbd fiec list , mentioning ,
however , bj1 name uone of the uiticlcs to bo
placed thcie. Itiis vd'll known , though , th.it
wool , salt and lunuWiuro among the ai tides
which , in his opiniokjnuiiht to be on the list.
Gicat sticss is laid xii-nii the fact that the
question of the constnntlv Inci casing suiplus
still icmams unsolved , though by the effoits
of the seeictiuj'of > he tieasury the money
has been kept as mCdi as possible in en dila
tion bv extending tljc svstem of public deposi
itoi ics As to the purchase of .i ) per cent
bonds bj' the government in the open niaiket
the piesident is satd to have veij' decided
view s in fav or of u plan on a lai ger sealo
than has jet beetf attempted bv the tic.isui.v ,
though it is doubtful whcthci he will have
anj thing to sav on the subject
in his ucssajje. Ho will ,
however , again asic coiigvc a to ic-
peal the act making the coinage of silver
clollais compnlsorji and iccomnicnd instead
that dlsciotionaiy poweis bo given the SOP-
tetaiyof the trcasurj' . Tlio Paoilie iiiihoads
come in foi a fair t-haie of tbo piesidcnt's at
tention. Though IIP has , it is believed , no
suggestions to makl ; ieg.il ding the question
of bettlcnient of theii indebtedness to the
go\ eminent , it is understood that tins will
be the subject of a'special ' iness.igc to bosent
to congicbs later on.
A Talk With Don DIcIcpnHon.
Cjlc\r.o ! , Dec. p. [ Special Telegiam to
the HEI : j De:1 M. Dickcnson , the probable
successor of L 1111.15 as seciet ry < ? f the in
tenor , .11 lived in Chicago last evening fiom
Detroit and on his way to Washington.
Dickcnson was tircjd and dibindmed to talk
about political affairs. He was not inclined
to think , however , that Cleveland had ap
pointed him to a cabinet position with anj
idea that ho could tairy Michigan in his in
terests in 1&S8. Of eoutso ho would do what
ho could and when noses wcic counted it
might be found that Michigan was not ate-
publican state after all , but to attempt to
prognosticate tcsults would &eem like gas-
c omidmg , and , as that was not m his line ho
declined to pose us a pi ophet. All ho knew
was that the ontneeountij' was satisfied with
Cleveland's adminlsttation , and he did not
think that the average and lesponsiblociti/cn
desiied a change in administiation of national
Gladstone and the Dissident * : .
LONDON , Dec. 2. Gladstone , in a letter ,
contends that the dissidents departed fiom
whig tiadltionb in opposing constitutional tc-
foims in It eland and have nat i owed the spii it
mid aims of the liberal paitjbieaking the
old and invaluable habit of the liboi al pat ty
in England which berctofoio legaidcd the
libet.il at ibtoeracj ; and Ubeial leisuto class as
the natuial leaders of the llbctal movement.
Thus the dissidents have separated the classes
ftoui the masses , and ho fears a peimanout
weakening of the paitv unless the higher
class of dissidents return to their allegiance
to Iho old principles ,
Importing Belgian Miners.
CunioNpii.K , Pa. , Dec. 2. The latest news
of the Lehigh strike jreceived hot o is thut two
thousand Belgian miners have been emploj cd
hi the old country tocome ! to this eountrj' for
the pin pose of working in the mines of Kck-
lej" H , Coxe. If tlicHclgianscomothoio will
bo bloodshed in the Lehigh ic-gion , for th *
men theio feel they might as well die fight
ing us to starve to death.
Homo ltu ! and the Jail.
Dunns , Dec. 8.1 Timothy Harrington ,
member of parliament fiom the huibor di
vision of Dublin , was arrested to day In this
citj' . Ho is a bi other of Edvv aid Han ington.
member of parliament , who was anested
DUIIMN , Dec. 2. The Hurington bi others
are both charged with publishing icports of
meetings of suppressed blanches of the
the National league in their paper at Tuilto ,
and they will bo tried in thut town.
Hrni IN , Dec. 2 , A dispatch to the Hacrscn
Counlcr from St , Petersburg sajs the police
suiprised u nihilist rendezvous ami factories
for tlio manufuctuio of djnamito in the
Wassili , OstionandPcskiauaitPis , In ono
case theio was iv despciato encounter , in
which tbcie was sciious bloodshed.
. . . .1 Sale.
Lo\iOMDoc. 2 Lord Sallsbuiy'&old thn
Picchold property , on Cecil and Salisbury
! S' ' cts , Strand , compris'iis 60,000 squ.nc
j Icet , 1ST i'WtLooO. . . .
THE MILITIA CALLED FOR ,
Further Trouble Thrtmtonod lu
Ohoyonno County , Kansas.
TWO RIVAL CITIES UNDER ARMS.
A AVrock nn tlio Vnllo ) llo.ul Xoar Vale -
o Ttirnei.s Dcdlcnto u Hall
at ricinont Uthpr Ne-
Threntpiis to Hi oak Out
Hi'SHi rvt\x , Neb , Dec 2 [ S | > eclal 'I'elo-
giam to the Hi r. ] Yestotday Honklemun
was again visited by cltlrcns of Hlid City ,
Kan , foi aims and ammunition to c.iuy
on tlie Chejenne count j' seat war with
Wiino. It is t cpoi ted that the Wuno people
nre aiming for nnotlier Invasion , Having
successfully cnptutcd the election ictuius , It
is now said they Intend to t etui n , take pos
session of the couit house , lemovo all the
iccotds to Wane and instal the officers to
w horn thev huve issued ceitltlcutes of elec
tion. Hlid Cltj * has telcgiaphed the state of
iiffuiis to Topeku and asked that a detachment
mentof militia bo sent for inotectiou. At-
totnoy Gcnoiul Hiadfoid v\ill go to Chey-
cnno county to investigate the tiouble , aftei
w hizh the election contest w ill bo decided In
the supicme couit.
A Wreck on the Valley llond.
VAI.PUUISO , Neb , Dec. 2 [ Special to the
Hi i ] At 't o'clock this morning , as fiolght
tniln No. fil , with two engines attached , was
coining clew n the gi ado f 10111 the east , about
two miles fiom town , a btokoa tiuck lot ono
end of the car diop on the track and cling"
about loitj1 rods At this point four ems
near the middle of the tiain jumped clear off
tlio tiack , letting the balance of the tiain
pass to u point about foity or llfty lods
fnithci on , when two cais in the lead jumped
fiom the tails and stopped tlio test. As soon
as the tngineeis suw theio was tiouble and
that the tiain had biokon into scp.itato sec
tions , they pulled ahead to keep out of the
woj still dtagging the InoUen cat which was
near the engine , and stopping after going
about half a mile. To clay a huge gang ot
mon have been rcpaiiing the tiaek in which
ncni lj * everj' tic foi a mile or moio Is splintered -
terod and twisted up At 1 o'clock the
wuv was cleui and tiaina passed. The tiain
men wete in the caboose and knew nothing
of the tioublc until they came to a stop. No
blame is attached to anj ono.
A Successful Muslcalo.
FIHNKUS , Neb , Dec. 2. [ Special totho
Hn- . ] The liist public icheaiRal of the
Nolmisku conservatoij of music located hcie ,
occuiied last evening. The laigo and uppic-
ciativc audience icceivcd with ficquont
and continued applause eveiy pait of the
classic piogiammo. Tlio opening seiciiado
bj- the academy oiebcstia was atiiumphof
achievement bv bojs who , Unco months ago ,
had novel handled n bow. The violin solo
"Oberlander , " bv Pi of. Hloso , and the comet
duct liom "Noinm"bj Misses Piubbla and
Zedikor and other membeis , were encoied
The ti ustcc s ate considei ing the expediency
of electing a new building to accoirn.ouato
the growing need of pi actiec and lesson looms
for the eonsei vatoij' .
The Hcinoval of matron Hulbpft.
NOIUOI.K , Neb , Dec. 2 [ Special to tbo
BPE. ] Theicis aiipplcof intciest in social
ciiclcs hero over tlio removal of Mrs. Hul-
bett ns matron of the new insane asj'lum.
She received a lettci fiom the goveinor saj'-
ing that her scivices would not bo needed
after November DO. She is a widow and a
prominent member of the local ladies' Tcm-
pcianco union and secuicd her appointment
thiough the endoiscmont of citizens and
bv pet sonal application to the govoi nor. As
slio had not commenced active duty because
the usvlum Is not jet leadj for patients , the
icusoii foi the disehaigo docs not appear , but
it is quietlv intimated that theio was a want
of hat mon v between her and one of the chief
officcib and that this c.iuscd bet dismissal.
Otoc County Disli icl Com t Ad.jonriiH.
NrniiASKCm , Neb , Dec. 2 [ Special
Telegi-am to the Hi r T Disttlet couit ad-
jomncd to nipht. The case of J. K. Young ,
for selling a Cass county fariu to v , l.jh : he ha'1
no title , w as concluded to d.tj' . Young was
found guilty. Ho was aiiested again to
night bj' his victims foi obtaining money
under false pietcnses Theio weio sixteen
applications for divoico befoio the conit ,
fouitecn of which weio gi anted and two
The ( debrated Second togimcnt band
to dav disbanded , as the easiest way out ol a
ricmont'H Turner Iial ! Dedicated.
Fiti'MONT , Neb , Dee. 2. [ Special Teie-
laiii to the Hi i : ] She Fremont Tin nver-
ein to night dedicated th ir new hall , just
completed at a cost of $1,000. A gi and clanco
was indulged in and gjmmistie exhibition
were given. Delegations weic piesent fiom
a number of suiioumling towns , including
some twcntj' of the best Omaha Tinners It
was the big event of the season among Fio-
mont'b Get man citi/ens.
A ConstPnationul Chinch Organized.
GI-ANT , Neb , Dee. 2. [ Special Tolegiair
to the Hi.r J A Congicgation.il chinch wti <
oigaimcd heio jcsteidaj' . The Ucv. J. T
Waitc , of Omaha , was picscnt , assisted bv
HPV , Lindsuj- Yoik , and Pastor Thole , of
this place. Committees weio appointed to
make niiangcmcnts to build a ehutch at
The Tire JU-cord.
Lonsviiir , Dec. 2 News was teccivec"
earlj' this moinlngof the paitiul destinetior
of Imminence , Ky. , by fire. The mimes wen
still i aging at last accounts , about ono-thlic
of the business poition being ulieudy con
sunied. No chance of checking the confla
gi.ition existed , the only hope being that tin
wind might not change and cai i j tlio flame
bejond the block that was buining. Thi
couit house , lumber and coal juid , cuttiagc
factory and scvcial hloies woio puitltilly do
btiojed. No Cbtiinato of the lobs can
SriiivoriFiD , Mass , Dep. 2 The Klik-
ham & Olmstcud block binned this mottling
A Shoot AVIth Oiualiauw Arrnngod.
Sr. Joii.rii , Mo , , Dec. 2. [ Special Tele
gram to the Hi E. ] An Intciesting shootin
maeh has been aitanged bv local spoils be
tween Penioso and Hindin , of Omaha ,
and Swiggeit and Williams , of Towanda ,
Kan. Ono bundled blue took pigeons will bo
allowed to each man and the shoot will bo for
? i50 u side. The exact date has not jet been
determined , but thobhoot will ocuir about
the first of the v car. Fifty dollars foifnit
has been deposited with the American Field
bj each side. _
Ilcnch llpslKiis the Championship.
LoMion , Dec. 2. Advices fiom Melboutno
say thut Heucb , the oatsman , has tesigncd
the chumiilonship and retired from aquatics
and that Hunlun has challenged Kemp.
A Cra/y Mother' * Crlinf.
SCIHMON , Pa. , Dec. 2. Mis. John Evans ,
of Hampton sttcot , this city , wife of an in
dustrious miner , killed her Jlvo-jcni-old boy
with a hatchet this motnlng , literally | cut
ting his head to pieces She then tiled to
kill her four-jeai-old daughter , but- was prevented -
vented by the timely Jnteiruptlon of nclgli.
bois. Mrs. Evans is Insane.
finfl'ocuted Ity Coal Gas.
A = ijrfiN' , Dak. , Dec. 2. Daniel McCIol-
lan and D. J. Jor.es two Noung men of
bit aubv lllc , wci e * ufocatcd ( by coal gas j cst -
Mnttci-H ( ietltiiK WIIINP Tor the 1 Idol-
it ) Hank I'mutl.
CiNCiNWTi. Deo. 2. In the Hinpor tilal
this moinlng Scholleld , of the Flist National
bank of Now Yoik , explained the accounts
of his bank with the Fidelity , stating , among
other tilings , that the Fidelity's geneiul uc-
count showed n ei edit of i.VWHH ( > , whllo their
special account showed a detleit of r.MHlXH ) ) .
Ho told tlio couit it was the agu'cmcnt that
the special m count was iiottobodiuwniipon.
Hunk Hxamlticr Powell , the goveinment's
agent in closing the cloois of the Fidelity last
Juno , told bow ho was begged bv Hinpcr to
puss the examination and was then asked to
tolcgiuph to the coinptiollci lor iiutlioiltj'tiot
to inulu' the oxiimlmitlon , which ho icfused
to do. Ho then found the tell-tale mcmoian-
cliuii checks us cash , icpieseiitlng f ilHKK ) ( ) ,
which Picsident Switt said ho knew nothing
about , and which Hat per would sav nothing
about. Powell , the discount ih'ik , showed
that discounts to tlio umoiint of $1-UINH ) woto
Hindu between Jiinuaij' and June , but most of
them lemalned uncollected.
Paul D. Ashbtook , individual bookkeeper
of the Fldolitv Niitlonal bunk , said Hnipei's
account was liequenUj'ovcidtiiVMi. At one
time in May it was oveidiawn lillKH , ) Wit
ness tend the llnetiiatlons of Haipel's and
other accounts in which he was Intelestcd
fiom Januuiy to Juno. Neaily all weie ovei-
di aw n at some time.
WhenHiiggs Smitli , president of Iho Fi-
dclitj bank , caine to the stand howasiisKcd
if ho knew bis bank was engageil in the
wheat deal , "I did not , " was his blunt ans
wer. "I asked H.npc r in Jantiai v hist if ho
was in the wheat deal , and HinpiT s iid ho
bud not u dollai in it. Later I sent him a
letter asking him some questions and he te-
pbed bv lettci saving ho hud no Intel est
whatever in the matter mid If unv man said
ho hud be vuis u liar. Altoiwauls 1
otten spoke to him about It and he alwuvs
contiacliited the Illinois thut ho was in tlio
deal. When the public * began to suspect the
Fidclltj' bank ami 1 wanted to icstoio confi
dence 1 went , to the bank with Hichind
Smith , of tlio Ga/ctto , who bus known mo
foi j PHI ft , and togcthei wo cutechiml Ilinpct
on the subject. Wo put him on the sUind
and he denied It. Then Mr Smith , upon mv
nssuianco and upon Hnipcr'1) ) cxpiess state
ment , wioto an c'ditonal dcnjing Unit the
Fidelity bink was mixed up in thoafluit ,
This was but a few clujs befoio the fuiluie. "
A viLiiAix roiui ; ) .
An Attempt to Jlnrdei1 n VOIIIIK Mis-
honrl lately l-'i uslr.ilcd.
LvPiMMo , Dec1. 2 [ Spcual Tele
giam to the Hl.i : ] A dating attempt at as-
saslnation oc-cuiied heio at 2 o'clock this
101 ning. A highly respected widow luclj
ills. L Ncttleton , and her two daughtois ,
sos Eli/a and Giaco tesido at the noith-
'ast ' limit of this town , near the now Santa
'e ' load. At the above hour Miss lili/u
loused the inmates of the house bj a
mothcicd sci cam , whidi bi ought her
nothei to the loom mid tcinblv seated Miss
iiace , who was bj hoi side in betl , The
uiiboof the excitement was a heavj-sct man
ta'iding bj- the bed , who was using his
tiongtb in an cffoit to ehoko l ll/.i to death
L'ho dating assassin held on for a
loincnt after the inmates weie
loused , but let go in time to make
rood his escape , while all was
lines inside. Ho wanted nothing but suc-
'ess m bib attempt to minder thojoung ludv ,
s ho molested no ono else and passed a pin so
f mnncv. He know the house , as hf > enl -
l ! ied thiough the cellar , passed thiough the
ppcr part and unlocked the fiont door foi
ls escape bofoic ho began his woik Hud
ho not sueuniPd his woik would have been
.holt . , us ho was bound to kill her. Time
ivcto boarders in the house and that pcihaps
ircvented the man fiom making a wholesale
laughter t other than fail in his oilginal pur
lose to kill the joung lady. Thcto HIP hiis-
ilcions , but no positive pi oof as to the guilty
ST. Josi'i'ii , Mo , Dec. 2 [ Special Tele
'imu to the Hi i. ] The singcons of the St.
oe & Giand Island mid the Kansas Citv \ ,
Omaha imlio.ids met in this cit.v this evening
iiid effected a pelmmiont oiguni/ation The
ibjcct of the societj' , which is known as the
society of Hmlioad Suigcons , is to make a
hoiough examination of these aicidcnts
vhieh aio peculiir to i.nlio.ul disisteis All
f the local sin goons connected with the two
oaels woie piesent. The election of oflleeis
esultcd as follows : Piesident , Dr. H. S
jinner , of St .loo ; vice piesidcnt , Dr. A J.
"iwr.iils , MaiVbVillo , Kan. ; societal j , Dr.
N. Haves , Sencia , Kail. A numbei ot inter
esting impels weio lead and the sOCJ"tv ad-
oumtd to meet in Mm ch at Hastings , Nee
Ni vv Yoi'K , Dee. 2 [ Special Toleciam
o the Hi r ] Aimed The State of Indiana ,
Qn I.NSTOWX , Doc 2. Aiiivcd Tlio Wil
cousin , fiom Now Yoik.
PHI i. u > r i m it , Dee. 2. Aimed The1
to .t.'tll'ind. ! ' fiom Antwcip.
Sol \MITON , DtP 2. Ai lived , The
Saulo , fiom New Yoik foi HieinPn.
Ni \ \ Yom. , Dec. 2 Aimed The City ol
lilthmond , liom Liveiiool | ; the Hlnncland ,
ft om Antwct ] > ; the Erne , fiom HiPinen.
PMMOI in , Dec. 2 Aimed The Vater-
lund , fiom Now Yoik lor Antwcip.
Gi.Asuovv , Dec. 2. Aimed The Sibeiian
fi om Hoston.
Dpcldpd AK > iiiiht the City.
Ciuetoo , Dee. 2 Judge Tuloy this mom
ing clodded the ease between the city of
Chicago and Km ight & Kelly , wholesale
liquor dcalet s , w liicli , it has been stipulated
w ill govcin all the wholesale dealcis in the
v us to tbo pajment of citj' license fton
1 ! to 1SST , under the otdlminco of tlio
foi mer date. Km ight ti Kollj ( ai i led on
wholesale liquor business and the questioi
then was asked whether the i itj ( ould 10-
cover fees lei that pet led , no llcciibO having
been issued bj * the citj under the oidinance
No questions aio taiscd us to the validity ol
thooidinunco itself , onlw bother thostaluto
of limitations was appluublo to the case
Judge Tuloy dot ided against the eitj.
Milwaukee IMalstcis' strike ;
MII.VV tt'M.1 , Dec. 'i.Tho maltstois' sttiko
is pr.tcttc.illj' at an end , the local' union hav
ing given pot mission to the men to get to
woik whci over thoj can Jlnd it. A number
buvobcen leinstated in then old plates and
have appaientlj' lenoiinced the union.
Qninn's Ti iul Adjourned.
Nr.w YOIIK , Dec , 2. Jann s Qulnn , master
woikman of the Knights of Labor , who was
aiicbted on the chaigo of assaulting Hallaid ,
a Tiibuno i ( .potter , was aiiaigncd In the
Tombs to day. After a shot t oxumination it
was adjourned till the ] 2lb lust , and Qiilnn's
bond of J")00 w as i ( coiv cd.
Killed Hy a LocomotiveKxplosion. .
POTTSV il i r , P.i , Dee 2 The lo ( omotlvo
of u f i eight train on the Philadelphia &
Heading exploded tally this , moining near
Kast Miihonpy Junction The engineer was
instantly killed and tlio llieman and two
brukemen so setiouslj' injuicd that tliej died
while being taken homo. .
A Colored Mmdoror
Ciuni nsTov , S. C , Dee. 2 Jack Nimons ,
colotccl , was liangi d at Mt. Pleas ml , Heiko-
loycountj' , this mot ning , for the mmduof
MiUo Plottkinn , a Jewish mcichunt , at Holly
Hill last Fttmmiy.
The Gt'iiiiiin Ccical nill.a
Hniu , Dec , 2 , Tlio debate 01. the cm pal
duties bill was continued In the i-e'Uibtag to
day and the bill finally lofciioel to the com
Dunux , Dec. S. A Kcntlrman uppo eto ,
be Jatnes. Ollhoolj' , nationalist , mcmbur of
h was uu tc.a al Ccrk ; p day.
IOWA'S ' RAILROAD SYSTEM ,
The Stnto Commissioners Submit
Tholr Anntittl Report.
The tjpKlNlntiuu Advised to Tnkf
I'toinpt Ac'lton Against the IJx-
; os > * lvp AVatpt Inn cil * Stock
A fSood DocMiinent.
Dis Moixi s , lu. , Dec. 2.Spevlul [ Tele
gram to the Hi r.j The iiitltoad commis
sioners filed their minimi u-poit with the gov
ernor to chij' . It is v 01 j'complete , showing in
detail the i onditlcm of the lowu niilioads and
the business thej mo doing. It also contains
some intciesting leiommciuliitions by the
commission , among othcis against a uniform * ' .
t ate of 2 cents fat o , but it fav 01 s reduced local
ficlght lutes , also In fuvoi of the malnten-
tenant o of a cai load into , against disci imina-
tlons in fav01 of competitive points and
against wutoiiiif stock , the commissioners on
tills point leeoinmonding thut a limit bo
placed bj law upon tlio issue of stock and yi
bonds us a safegumd against the . 11
enluiKcment of capital without a eotiespond-
ing outlay. ' 1 lie.v also ice ommend legislation
iiiakmi ; It a penal offense to walk upon the
track mid absolutelj ptohlhitlttg the tians-
poitution of tljnamito mid ecitiiin other ex- *
plosives. Thev mommcnd also thut state
authoiitj bo invoked to dcteimino whether
the pioposed now loads mo netessinj' bofoio
the power of eminent domain bo cxciciscd to
condemn pilvato piopoeitj ; also that tholnvv
iiuthoii/ing the majoiitv to vote railroad
taxes foi the puiposo of assisting in building
now loads be H pealed ; also that all niilioads
bo fenced within n jour. Tlio number of
miles of i.illioad in the state now in operation
is given us 7'i 17's ' mid the amount of stock
upiobcntingtho loads entirely in Iowa $147-
: r.OM74s1. Of the eittno number of
stockholdets inteiestcd in toads withiiior
partlj within Iho state , UH , or 1 in 10 , llvo
in Iowa The Iowa stoe-kholdois hold stock
to the amount of $ ( ! , OibM > l bJ , or neatly ono
sh.no in 70 The debt icpioscntcd by the
mads ontiiclv in low a is < ir > l,2'.Mill ) ' ) ! ) b7.
'J'he entile ( Minings of the loads in lowu
aie 10101 tid foi thejeai as follows : Passen
ger , mail mid expioss , j-10,703tbti 7J ;
height mid miscellaneous , bJ7.Ul , ( > 4l W.
The incicnsc in tin * total earnings over the
pievious join is e-1,4 id , ! ) . ' ! Os The expenses
foi the jear me- placed at ffi..li'Hl.Wt ' bJ. or
t J"is7 ni iici mile of toad opciuted. ( The
total amount of taxes paid in the state by
niilioads dining the jear was 1,011,2111 Ml. u
slight int lease over the piovious jour. Tlio
Impost amount piid bv anj louel was liy tlio.
Hod ; Island , vvlndi paid in Iowa duiing thot
jear MS1,11M7. Thcio are at pit-sent 7,778.
miles of feni ing in the state und ! l,417 miles ,
mm o mo needed to make the fencing com
plete The iivi't.igo distunco tntveled by-
cadi passuigei was ; to U miles mid the. i
uvor.iuo , amount ot fuio paiel bj' each \
passenger w us * i7 c cuts. The number of per
sons icpoited as legnhir omplojos engaged
in opoiating the Kinds in Iowa is 20,078 and
the amount paid them for pcisonnl soiviccs
wus * ? ir > ,14r.,2l4 St , or neailj' 41 per cent of
the ontne eumings. Duiing the jear llfii
poisons weio killed on Iowa rmliouds , of
whom S VVPIO pusscngcis. WI cmplojes and 05.
otheis not i-omiectod with the operation of
the ttnln'OMl ) poisons "being Injured bytbei
cai s during the same timo. Of these 28 vvote
passengers , : iTl emplojes and 68others.
The Hnhinnn Mnrdpr Ti'lal Opened
W mm oo. In , Dec 2--Tlio Huhimni
mm dor case , now being hold at Toledo , was
oppucd bv the state's attorney jestoidny.
Ho outlined biiplly the case , stilting that
Huhman had thicatencd the life of deceased
two mouths beloio the killing and again on
the daj of the iiuiicicr. Ho also announced
that evidei'co was in their possession show
ing the mmdoi to have been the icsult of u
conspiiacy between William and John Huh
man Attomev Stinbln , in defcnso , stated
that Hi own was a dangoi ous dimucter and
v\.is in the act ol assaulting Hnhmmi when
shot. The witnesses lei the defense were :
Gustav Hangen , ( leik in a stole opposite the
see-no of the minder , mid Gtoigc Hmnlin , an
eve witness Tlicii testimonj was slibstan-
ti illv the same us the stati'inent of County
A"ninoj Ciildwdl. The widow of the mm-
cleted mil ; : vvus piesent dm ing tlio ufteinoon.
The Hnddni'k Tilnl.
SiouCm , la , Dee 2. To daj' has boon
ono of tlio most impoitant dajs in the tiiiilof
John Aiensdoif foi the mm dor of I lev.
Gcoigo C. Haddock. A huge number of
witiicssi'S were examined , contiadictlng and
impeaching the main witnesses for the de
fense. The climax was icached when Hon.
Hjion Webster , of Dubuque , United States
lovonue colic etot , took the stand and testified
that fiom about 10 o'clock until the
fatal shot was Hied on the night
of the imndor ho was in the Shop-
heid saloon undistain ant , that ho got his
supper theio and that Aiensdoif was not
tlieie. The evidence was positive. The lin *
pot tune o of this evidence consists of tbo fact !
the Shtpheid saloon is tlio place where ]
Aiensdoif locates himself nt the moment ot
the minder and some time bcfoio , mid is tha
fatal point of the alibi.
Itpllcvcd to He Sane.
WvTi'iiioo , lu , Dec. 2. Uopoits fiom
Ch.nlesCitj contiadut the btatemont that it
jmj do lunatic o inqunendp is to bo convened
in UIP ( .iso of Chat Ics Hollow h , senteiued to
bc < hanged on the Kith for the nun dor of AHco
\VutiM m.m It is also stated th.it the officials
at the pemtPiitiaij had watched him closolj' ,
mid mo satlslli d as to bis siinitj' . Pioparu-
tions for the hanging in o said to bo ulicudy
AguliiHt Sllnisfpr' '
Mo , Dec2. . - [ Special Tolev
gi am to the Hi i. ] John G. Joins , a ( oloicd
attorney of Chicago , uilived in the city
jesteidaj and to daj w as busily engaged la
i ncnluting petitions ngalitit tlio t onihmutioa
ofC. H J.Tujlor , whom President Clove-
laud appointed minister to Libeilu , Taylo *
icccntlj ictumtd fiom that countij' , claiming -
ing to bo weaiy of It It is now loaned ,
how ov ti , Unit Taj lor w as i eeallod by Socro-
tmj Haj aid to answer ch.ngcs prefei led by
coloied usidtnts of Palmjia , Mo , and Chicago
cage 'Iho principal of these dmigcs is
doinmcntiiiy evidcnco to show that
.Tuvloi's stiitemcnt in his application * fou
iipointment | ) that ho had been admitted to
the bar in Miami countv , Missouti , is lalse ,
this being U stilled to by Hon. Tlicodoro
Hiucp , now on the Missouii supieme bench.
Tlio other dimges mo to the cftect thut Tay
lor's cl"irae tci is not ot that degieo desirable
in tlio minister to Libeiia. The iccoliit of
this IntelligciKo heio meets with a good deal
of giutilication bj Iho colon d people of this
vicmitj' , to the majoiity of whom his apuohit-
ment wut dibtasteiul
Tiled of MI'P.
Su Hit , Cai , Dee. 2 [ Special Tclegratnta
the HI.I : ] Ida H Gdser , aged tlilily , who
has been a widow about two .VC.IIH , suicided ,
evidently taking poison of some violent na * .
Hup , which caused sevcio vomiting. The
boclj was fcui.d i't the foot of the bed diessed
In night c lollies. She liitil left a uoto to Mjr.
Holler , I' quoting him to tnko chnigo of hot/
aftalis. and send her body to her muter , Mrs ,
Snlv'plv , In Pennsylvania. In the note sno
stated tint she look this step because shq
was Ui cd and -llseoui age d. Mrs. Geiscr wan
a pioni'iicnt and will Itnovvn lady , pultp good
looking , a-.t ) much i ejected in j&Uila.
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