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EIGHTEENTH YEAtf. OMAHA. SATURDAY MOKN1NG , JANUARY 19 , 1SS9. NUMBER 219"
MR , MORTON IN WASHINGTON
The Vlco President Getting Ac
quainted With the Congressman.
THE CABINET ALL BUT CHOSEN.
Illalne Hnld to He OUR of the Klcct ,
While Neither Plattc Nor
Miller Are ou the
WASIIINOTON HUIIKAU TUG Outiu BUB ,
513 FouiiTnnSTH STHKCT ,
WASHINGTON , D. C. , Jan. 18.
Vice Presidentelect Morton spent this
nftcrnoon on the floor of the two houses of
congres8.tHo \vas escorted about and Intro
duced by Uopicscntiitlvo William Walter
Phelps , of New Jersey. Mr. Morton looked
well nnd seemed very happy ' " his work of
meeting the legislators , und frankly told the
Btatcsmen us they uero introduced thnt ho
\vns "getting the hnmrof the barn , " so that
ho might bo competent to take the chair of
the president of the senate on the Ith of
March. Ho occupied a lounge on the ropub
llcan side of the seimto for an hour or more ,
during which time Mr. Phelps brought to
him und presented the various republican
nnd dcmociiitlc senators who were not en
grossed In the tariff debate. The last man Mr.
Moiton talked to in the scnuto was
Mr Quay. The clinlrtntu of the icpubllcan
national committee was writing ut his desk
when Mr Morton called to him famillmly ,
mid ho went over mid at down beside the
distinguished New Yorltor. For llftoen
minutes the ftiluio innking officer of the
senate and the head of the republican nn
tionnl committee had their heads together.
Mr. Quay explained the formation of the
committees and the leorgamration of the
senate generally , .mil added a little political
infoi million. In the houau Mr. Morton also
lingered on the republican side , and held
quite n levee At ono time there was a largo
crowd of republican and democratic mcm-
born clustcjed about him , and they were
giceteil ns warmly as if they were old
friends Mi.s. Morton accompanies her hus
band , und they will icmiiin in the city until
tbo vice piesident-ck'ct feels that bo
has ucdillied all the information
ho desires in relation to the duties ol the
presiding oilicer ol the senate , and rented a
residence ' 1 hose who met Mr Morton this
nftcinoon weio impressed with his eminent
executive ability , mm pi edict that ho will bo
a success in the olllco he is to occupy after
the presidential Inauguration , Mr and Mis.
Morton are stopping at the same hotel at
which aie Mr and Mis lllame. Tomorrow
night Senator Hlscock will give a dinner
in honor of Mr. Moi ton , and among his
guests will bo Mr. Hlaino and Mr. Phelps.
CAIIIN'irr hlTCL'l. VTIO.VS.
Since the meeting of the electors on last
Monday Piosiilcnt-elcct Ilainson has accom
plished something In the way of formulating
ideas us to the make up of his cabinet. Ho
has como to the conclusion that it would bo
unwise to take any man fiom the
senate , and points to the fact that
President Cleveland in callini ; three
senators to cabinet positions weakened his
party icprcsontation in the uuper house of
congress to such an extent that ho labored
under great disadvantages from the very
outset to the present timo. Picsidcnt Harri
son docs not want to give the treasury port
folio to New York , nnd if ho woio inclined to
tender a position in his cabinet to his own
state , it would bo lo Colonel John C. Now ,
who has gien him to understand that ho
neither expects nor desires a caDinct place.
If the New York demands and complica
tions were settled , the cabinet could be filled
within twenty four hours at any time now ,
although no man has been selected or given
the slightest Intimation that he will be of
fered a place in the cabinet. There are lo
bo no positions In the cabinet tendered under
four or llvo weeks , mm then they will all DO
extended to the men dcsiicd , at one time.
Mr. Hlaino will bo one of the chosen
few. There can bo no doubt now
of thai , hairing accidents , incidents and un
natural changes of mind. Mr. Wannmnulcer
is another who will have a position tendered
to him. Juhtnt this time neither Platl nor
Miller is on the slate , nnd unless there is a
consolidation on ono or the other , neither
will bo chobc'ii. If the bill creating a depart
ment out of the bureau of agilcultiiie be
comes n law , ox-Governor Kusk , of Wiscon
sin , AS ill likely be asked to tnke thai place.
A Ct'HlOl'S COINCIDKVOI ! .
The practical election of Mr. D W. Wnsh-
hurn to succeed Senator Salmi recalls the
famous contested election case of Ignatius
Donnelly nguh.st Mr. Wnshburn in the
Forty sixth congicss , Donnelly having con
tested for the election of United States sen
ator In the caucuses of the Minnesota legis
lature yestciday. Mr. Washbiirn was
elected to the Forty-sixth congress , nnd Mr.
Donnelly Uuimcd that ho had been deprived
of election by several thousand votes seemed
by the llbeiul use of Mr. Washburn's money.
Mr , Donnelly's attoincy In Washington was
the famous "Hlg" Fmley , the confidential
agent of Samuel J. Tilden during
that gentleman's lifo time. Mr.
Springer was chairman of the commit-
tea on elections , One night when Mr ,
Springer was hastily summoned to New
York , a messenger called ut his house und
dcllvcicd n mysterious package , which , on
hoinir opened , proved to bo u letter intimutmg
that if Mr. Springer would throw his influ
ence , as chuliman of thu committee , In favor
of Donnelly , It would provo gioiitly to his
llnnnctul benefit. When Mr. Springer
learned of this attempt to bribe him ho
turned ngnlnst Donnelly und supported
Wushbuin. The mutter wus promptly
brought before the house , but as Mrs.
Springer wns unnblo to Identify tlio messen
ger who brought the paekugo , nnd ns noth
ing could bo pioved against Mr. Donnelly or
Mr. Finloy , thu Investigation had to end. H
IB a striking coincidence that Donnelly
should again , after the lapse of moro than a
decade , turn up ns Mr. Wushburn's contest
ant to u Beat in congress.
A 0001) H\AJIPI.K.
The republicans of Nebraska and Wiscon
sin have set u good example lo their neigh
bors in Now ork stnto by concluding the
contiovcrsy over the cabinet appointments
nnd reaching n satisfactory agreement. In
Wisconsin It Is understood that the names of
Governor Itusk mid Henry C. Payne shall
bo presented to the president elect , who will
ho Informed that Kusk will not accept any
position but that of secretary of war or secre
tary ot agriculture , nnd that Payne wilt
not accept any ixjsitlon but that of post
master general. If General Ilairlson doslies
n postnmstor general , or secretary of war , or
secretary of agriculture from Wisconsin , ho
will not have to look any further. In
Nebraska the situation is similar. Governor
Furnusili'sires to bo sccietury of ugrlcultuio ,
but wants nothing else , nnd John M. Thurs-
ton would like to bo secretary of the inte
rior. Their friends have simply said to Gen
eral Harrison that If ho is willing lo give thu
Interior department to Nobraskn , Thurston
wants it , nnd if ho wants to give Nebraska
the agricultural department , Furnus Is the
man , Jusl who these solicitous friends mo
is not stated ,
Mrs , J , Allen Foster , of Iowa , president of
the Woman's Christian Tcniitoranco Union ,
mndo an aieutncnt to day bcforo the senate
committee 'on the District of Columbia , tn
favor of Senator Plutt's bill providing for
prohibition within this district. Mrs. Foster
talked nt great length of the efficiency of the
prohibition law hi Iowa and Kansas , und
quoted Governors Larraboc und Martin , of
those stall's , respectively , as to the success
of prohibition there.
This evening's Critic says : "Owing to tno
Illness of Kepresontutivo Lulril , the Laird
liui'o food bill , which wus icportcd favorably
to the house last session , it is understood ,
will not bo taken up for consideration this
ncssion. It will have to wait till next con-
fi ess bcforo it cun puss the house. "
posed by a general court martial November
22 , l S , Is remitted In the case of Joseph i-J.
Dagons , late privfile In troop D , Ninth cav
alry , and ho will bo released from confine
ment at the military prison at Tort Lta\cn-
Piivato George Cushlnp , Company H ,
Twenty llrst infantry , now In confinement
nt Port Lenvcnwoith , Is discharged without
n ch.iractor , from the service of the United
States ; to date August 0 , 1S-.V
Tbo muster Into service of Stephen W.
Grocsbock ns second licntcnnt of the Fourth
Iowa cavnlry volunteers , to dale November
1 , 1S01 , Is amended to take effect October B ,
18'W ' , nnd ho Is mustered for pay In said grade
during the period embraced between the
aforesaid dates. Putin S HIATII.
Nebraska nud louu PeimloiiH ,
WASHINGTON , Jan. IS , [ Special Telegram
to Tun Hnn ] Pensions granted Ncbras-
kans. Original invalids Aldino U Prince ,
Lincoln ; Alfred Williams , Chadron. In
crease Dennis Purcell , Fort Omaha ;
Charles II Walker , Hromlleld ; Alexander
Loomls , Hov Hutte. Original widows Eliz
abeth J. , widow of IJobeit Wright , Nebraska
Pensions for lownns. Original invalid
Klchnrd H. Wilkinson , Livingston ; Luther
May , Mnson City. Increase Itogur N
Webster , Atlantic , ScottMorgan , Hopovlllo ,
Thcodoio H. Goold , Uock Hnpids ; John H.
Maxtluld. Now Hampton ; Martin Schmit7 ,
Mount Pleasant ; Francis H. Davis , Pleason-
ton ; Genriro W. Carpenter , Corning ; Walter
Case , Hurr Oak , Charles Dakeshlrc , Co-
burg , John S. Howard , Sao City. Original
widows , etc. Sarah , widow of James M ,
JohnsonClurhida ; Ann IMwards , former
widow of James Mai tin , Mount Pleasant.
Dakota Democrats Disgusted.
WtsnivoTov , Jan IS * . A delegation from
both South ana North Dakota , and other
prominent democrats of South D.lkatn , who
have been urging the passage of tlui senate
bill for the admission of .South Dakota , feel
much dissatisfied with the Springer omnibus
bill , which passed the house to-day. They
aio all united in saying that it will merely
set vo to delnv the admission of South Da
kota and render useless all that has been
done since the orgiuii/ation of the movement
for admission live e.us ago The > are ask
ing the Rcnnto to i eject it , and are willing to
take their chances with the new congress ,
hoping that an cxtia session will bo called by
the president elect when ho takes his ofllce.
Sualm's Kitnin uioii Concluded.
WASIIIMJ TON , Jan IS Uencnl Sw.um , be ]
fore the mmy ictuing bo.ud this afternoon ,
requested to bo allowed to make a statement
to the board alone ; so the doors were closed
und thcspcctatois excluded.
Tlio examination was concluded this nftcr-
nnil the board adjourned sine die. They will
make a report to the secretary of war to
morrow , mid the case will then be wcpaied
for tbo president's action. It is understood
that the board will report in favor of Gen
eral Swaiin's retirement , notwithstanding
some mcmbeis nro said to bo of the opinion
that his pi esont disabilities are not ctiougn
to incipacitato him from active service.
Morton Visits the Capitol.
WVSIIIXOTOV , Jan. lb. This uftcriiooii
Vice President-elect Morton visited the
capitol and held quite a levee in the lobby of
the house. Ho was introduced to the mem-
Ders by Representative Phelps , who attcr-
wauls accompanied him to the senate , where
ho was warmly greeted. Mr. Morton is
looking about the city for a desirable resi
dence , but 1ms so far failed to find ono suita
ble. In answer to a suggestion on the sub
ject , he said ho did not desiic to buy or build
n home here.
Utah and Statehood.
WASIUXOTOM , Jan. IS. Governor West , of
Utah , was heard by the house committee on
tcriitorlcs to day in opposition to the admis
sion of Utah territory ns a state. He argued
that statehood for Utah would entrench
Mormons , and he asked what check would
there bo upon the legislature if the powers of
statehood should bo granted to Utah. The
old non-Moimon residents would has'o to sell
out at a sacrifice and get away , and could
not live there then and prosper.
DA11ING POIjITlCALi SCHISMS.
A Couuolliiinnic Hcvolnlion Taken
Place ill Boston.
UOSTOX , Mass , Jan. IS. [ Special Tele
gram to Tin : Unu.l Theio was a re-
maikablc action in the common council last
night. The democrats huvo ono majority in
that body , but when it was organized last
wcoli two of the uemocratic members voted
with the republicans and aided them in
milking Hoiaco Allen picsidcnt. At lust
night's meeting some of the democrats
saw that they were in n decided major
ity , some of the members being ab
sent , and they proceeded to unseat the two
democrats who voted with the icpubhcans ,
and to put stalwarts In their places. They
now pioposo to depose President Allen ,
there beiiii ; no piovision In the city charter
to prcvcnl such action , and put a democrat
in the chair. The daring of the schema
rivals anything Tammany over conceived ,
and what makes it moro exasperating , tlio
citizens' bunds ma tied. The outcome of it
wlllpiobably bo the ultimata abolishing of
thnt branch of the city council. Sentiment
is selling strongly in that direction.
CAUSED A SISNSATION.
Incitement In PittKbnrjj Over Cashier
PiTTSiivno , Jan. 18. The anest last night
of Voigt , cashier of the defunct Farmers
mid Mechanics1 bank of this city , for the al
leged misappiopilatlon of funds amounting
to nearl.v $ 'OJ,000 , caused a great deal of o\
oltement bcre , Yoict was cashier of the
bank for nineteen years LastApiilho loft
tbo bank to go into other business , and in
September the bank fulled , n heavy shortage
having been discovered. After the
suspension an export was put to
work on the books , mid the arrest ,
it is alleged , was made on information re
ceived by him. Herg , the piesont cashier of
the bank , said thnt ut the time ha llrst took
hold of the books Yoigt was given an oppor
tunity to .straighten his no uunls , but fulled
to do so. It IB stated this morning by a man
who has some knowledge of Ihoullairs of the
bank , thnt probably others , outside of the
bank , will bu found to huvo been implicated
in the wreck.
Editor Hliuinun HolircH.
CUICAOO , Jnn. 19. Governor Shuuian ,
who for nearly thlrty-lhreo years has been
connected with the Chicago Kvonlng Jour
nal , to-day retired from the cditoiship of
thnt paper on account of ill health , and the
positive orders of his physician. Governor
Shuman has not been well for the past tuo
years , nnd In that time bus been compelled to
do very little work , the ontho management
of the film having been in tlio
hands of Mr. WiUon , the publisher of
the paper , and of Mr. Sullivan ,
its immuring editor. In announcing his ie-
tirement Go\ernor Shumnn Hiiy '
"Tbo Journal will continue to bo , as for
many years It has been , n careful und trust
worthy newspaper. Hcing well assured of
this fuct , the undersigned dropa out of Us
working force with the smno sense of rchlg.
nation thnt tlio head of u family feels when
laying down thu burdens of his lifo and is
nnuro that hU heirs will provo worthy of the
inherltcnca ho leaves behind him. "
Mr. Shuman retains hla financial interest
In the paper und remains president of the
Evening Journal coinuaty. ,
Puns , Jan. IS. The strikers in Orejjony
have resorted to riotous demonstrations.
They sot llro to ono factory and seriously dam
aged otheid. A detachment of soldiers has
BEARDED HIM IN HIS PAtACE
The Herald Mnu Interviews the Itnl-
WHO WANTED TOCHALLENGE HIM
Utit Aniprlcans Dislike Duclw nnil the
Scrlho Never , No Never , In-
A Story With n Moral.
IkM by Jdmf ( Sonlon lloinctt. ]
PAUIS , Jan. IS. [ Now York Herald Cable
Special to THE HBB. | Ttio Herald cor-
rcspoj lent had an Interview to-dny with the
Italian prlnco who llgurcs in the Houinns
scundnl , The coricspomlcnt found the
prince surrounded by oriental luxury In the
Champs Elysccs. "I understand , prince , "
began the correspondent , "that you have
something to say In roferenca to the articles
which have appeared In the Herald , "
"Certainly 1 have , " said the prlnco with
hauteur. "Do jou know who wrote them ? "
"I wrote the articles. "
"Do you mean to tell mo you wrote those
articles about Mis. Homans and myself I"
"I do. "
"And have to to '
now you como see me
"To interview iou about them. " It took
the prince a tninuto to entirely giasp the
situation , then ho ejaculated slowly , "Mais
mon Ulcu ! Then you tnust bo the man I
have been looking for. "
"I " answered the
suppose , correspondent ,
and then the prince meditated. Ho seemed
to consider that events had taken an extra-
oidinaiy turn. "Yes , " ho resumed , "you
must bo the man I was lookIng -
Ing for , but , ahem , really jou
know you nave qulto astonished mo
by turning up of your own nccoul. The fact
Is I was thinking of sending you a couple of
seconds with a challenge. " All this had been
said standing , but here the prince suggested
taking scats Continuing , ho said , "Hut 1
am told that In America you object to lighting
duels. 1 don't suppose jou would accept
my challenge should I send jou onoi"
"No , I would not , " was the answer. "In
the llrst place because , as you icmarked , wo
Amoi leans do not believe in that soitof
thing , and secondly , because the facts which
I mentioned in my articles were ahcady moio
or less public property. "
"You had no right to speak of mo as you
did , and but for one thing I should hold you
responsible , " said the prince. /
"What is that one thing ! "
"The fact that you did not mention my
name. The article merely speaks of an
Italian prlnco In Pans. So I can't bo buro
whom jou meant , but if you had spoken of mo
as the Italian Prince Xurlodo , do you want to
know what I should have done ? "
' Yes " answered the "
, correspondent , "very
"I should have begun by challenging you
to light. If you had refused , I
should have waited before the Herald
ofllco until I found you , and
then I should have spat in your face. After
that I should have taken my cano and broken
it over your head. Do you comprehend t"
The correspondent said "yes , " and shud
dered at the danger ho had so narrowly es
caped. i"Now , however , " icsumed the
prince , "it is different. You did not mention
my name and I icgaul you merely as an in
termediary who rccoided the information
given you by others , and for which you were
not personally responsible , but mark
my words , " and a frown settled
on the prince's brow , "these gentlemen
who inspired the flist niticlo have still to
settle with me. Here are three of them. I
know whom they mo. I hereby authorize
j ou to toll them with my compliments that
the fitst time I meet them , bo where It may
in the cafe , in the theater , or on the street
I shall offer them a gross public affront. "
"Do you bchevo Homans was aware of
your liason with his wife previous to the
alleged discovery at Aixiesbahncs } " asked
"Of course ho was. Had ho seen fit to
shoot me immediately on hcaiing the truth I
could not have complained. Such was his
light , but ho did nothing of the kind ; in
fact , ho remained my pretended friend. "
Before withdrawing from the noble presence
the correspondent ventuicd the parting
"Would you mind telling me , p'lnco ,
whether the recent unhappy events will in-
tcrfoio with your friendship lor the aflllcted
widow ! "
"I should prefer not to answer that ques
tion , " said his Italian highness smiling.UA
true gentleman is never indiscreet. " With
that the coi respondent took his departure ,
proud that he had appeased his highborn
Moral : When a man Is looking for you
with a sword or pistol , go and interview him.
The fitist Africa Hill.
UEUI.IV. Jan Is. The East Africa blft was
.submitted to the uundcsrath to-day , It is
titled , "A bill for the protection of German
Interests , and combatting the slave trade in
East Africa. " It asks n grant of 2,000,000
marks. The task of the execution of the
provisions of the bill Is entrusted to u com
mission , which shall have the right to super
vise the proceedings of the West Africa
A OAY IlKVIVAiaBT.
Ho Ulopos With u KrloiKl'H Daughter
DiiriiilC a Mooting.
ST. Jusf.i'ii , Mo , Jan , 18 [ Special Tele
gram to Tin Ucn.l J , II Vogt , n Methodist
evangelist , \\lio was conducting a big revival
in Hiawatha , Kan. , cloned while the meeting
was at Its height with Miss Ida ICelser , the
daughter of the minister In whoso church the
revival was being conducted and came to St.
Joseph , The eloping couple represented that
they came fiom Lconn , Kan. , obtained a
marriage license , and quietly left the city.
In the meanwhile the revival Is going on ,
the other ministers having taken up the
laborb so abruptly abandoned by Hov. Yogi.
S.I 111 to Ho Hxi
Jan. -Special [ Telegram to
Tiu.Hi'u ] There Is considerable excitement
hero to day over reports published In eastern
papers that there is a smallpox epidemic in
this city , and that the lufugacs are fleeing
from the city by hundreds. The facts nro
simply these There uro about foity cases
of smallpox In and mound Denver , The
health commissioner to night made iiflldavit
that theioeio but four cages within the city
limits , the icmainlng thirty six cases being
quarantined In the pest IIOUHO several tulles
from the city limits. Tlio board of health
and city olllcials mo talcing every precaution
to prevent the disease becoming general.
Citizens of thO city have evinced no fear over
the fact that there Is small p.iv heio as every
winter It Is more or less prevalent , but
generally In u mild form. So for only two
deaths hayo occurred end people Imvo no
fear of an epidemic.
Cotton Wniohuntie JIuriloil.
Lnuitrooi , , Jon. 18. A cotton warehouse
on the Liverpool docks burned to-day , in- :
liullni : n loss of fr < > , noo.
A SMAhtil'OX lU'lOUMtC.
Scvernl Hundred Oases Snlil to Kxlst
KA9 CITY , .Tan. 18. Seven persons
llcemg fiom the smnllnox scourge at Denver
arrived In the city last night en route east.
They report that business Is very much de
moralised , and pcoplo nro setting out of the
city by every train. They s.iy that from the
best authority they could obtain there nro 750
cases of the disease In different stages now
in that city , and that fully 7'OOot them nro In
the citv pest house. Very little or no atten
tion bus been paid to quarantine , and in manj
residences where cases exist thcro nro no
placards to denote its presence The news
papers of the city have refrained from mak
ing a mention of the. scourge , and hundreds
of pcoplo are thrown In contact with It
through Ignorance. Within the last two or
three weeks a number of pcoplo nflllcted
with the disease have como away fron
Denver mid stopped In different towns
In Kansas Seven cases were taken to
Obcrlln , Knn , , and there Isolated to prevent
vent the spread of the disease. Two cases
\vero sent to Kansas City and were nt once
taken In charge by the health authorities.
City Physician Fee discredits the state
ments made bv the fugitives fiom Denver.
While ho thinks that it is probable that
there are a number of cases In that city , Dr.
Tec does not deem It necessary to quarantine
against Denver until moro authentic information
mation is received. Should the reports
provo tine , It will bo necessary for the au
thorities hero to use precautions to prevent
the introduction of the disease in this city.
A few weeks ago the attention of the clti
plnslclan was called to a case of smallpox in
the west bottoms , anil It was found that tin
suffetcr had Just arrived from Denver , hav
ing been employed ns a clerk in one of the
hotels In that city. The man was taken to
tlio hospital and recovered in a few days.
Tlio winter season Is so far advanced that
it Is not probable that nn outbreak would
occur hero after such mild tempcraturo dur
ing the llrst half of the winter. *
ariONAIji > KNOC1CUD OUT.
Cnrillll' Puts Him to Sleep In the
Dti.iTii , Minn. , Jan. IS. [ Special Tele
gram to THE Hrn.J PaOdy McDonald , the
pride of the Zenith city , \\cnt down before
Pntsy Cardiff , of Minneipolis , to-night in
the fourth round. In the ilrst tuo rounds
the Duluth man fought gamely mid often
landed on the big Flour city pugilist , but In
the third Caidiff put In a couple of stinging
right builders on McDonald's ' jaw , each ol
which sent him to grass. He was barclj
saved by the call of time. At the
opening of the fourth lound Cardilt
went at his man hammer und tongs , rushing
him aiound the ring and Into the lopes. Just
as the watches tickodtout n minute and a half
the Minneapolis slugger feinted with his
left , and with a lightning upper cut with his
right caught the Duluthinn in the jugglar ,
which sent him down'in a heap , and ho did
not recover for a minute. Caidiff came out
without a scratch. ( McDonald was badly
battered. Conley , the Ithaca giant , acted us
AffalrH at I'oit-nii-I'rlncc.
POUT-uj-Pnij.cn , Jan. 18. Tlio steamship
Haytien Hcpublic was run into by the Hny-
tion gunboat Novollo Volflroguc on the night
of December 20 , indicting but slight jnjunes
to cither vessel. The Hnytien gunboat was
entering tbo harbor lit full speed mid could
have steamed to her anchorage without any
change of com so , but when within 200 yards
of the Haytien Republic her helm was sud
denly put to port mid remained so until
she stiuck that vessel. The gunboat
was hailed , but no answer was made ,
neither did her captain attempt to ascertain
the amount of damage done or offer assist
ance. After nsceituinintr the damage done
the Galena sent an armed boat's crew to the
offending gunboat , where the statement was
made that ttbo jamming of the tiller
ropes was the cause of the collision. It is the
opinion that it was a deliberate attempt to
sink the released ship. It is a question
whether the scheme was by other authority
than the captain of the gunboat.
The board of the Galena's officers met
next day and n demand for nn investigation
was made upon the Hajticn govcinmcnt.
These icports will bo considcied and redress
Upon tlio return of the Galena from King
ston , Jamaica , on January U Admiral Luce
notilicd the Haytion government that ho
considered the blockade of all the northern
ports voluntarily raised because of tlio de
sertion of their post by all the blockading
squadron. Ho wrote to Secretary Whitney
that in case of the illegal seizin oof any other
American vessels ho would "demand their
release at the cannon's mouth. "
KiCfritlino continues hisnriest of alleged
conspirators , many being of persons supposed
to bo his supporters. No organi/ed conspir
acy seems to have ousted , but only individ
ual dissatisfaction. Hippolyto remains
encamped about twenty miles from Port-au-
Prince , waiting the overthrow of Lcgitimo
by his own pcoplo and the peaceful surren
der of the city. Hy not using force he wishes
to win the approval of the southern dcjiait-
mcnt In his candidacy for president.
No SlokncHH ou the Galena.
NEW YOUK , Jan , 18. The Atlas line
steamer which arrived hero to day reports
that the United States steamer Galena was
at Kingston , Jamaica , on the 10th inst.
Admiral Luco roiiorted there was no sick
ness whatever on board the cruiser.
AVard Creates a Soimnllon.
ST. P\LJ , , Minn. , Jan. 18. A sensation was
created in the state Hcnato this morning
when Senator Ward , who championed tlio
cause of United States Senator Sabin in
the iropublican caucus last night , intro
duced a i evolution for the appointment of a
committee to investigate the charges of
bribery In the senatorial light. Generally
tlio legislators express great surprise at tlio
resolution , asserting that no such charges
have been he. ml from , The resolution , however -
over , was adopted , theio being only ono
The \ValHHh mill tin ;
CHICAGO , Jan. IS. It is now charged that
the Wabash railroad is soiling a largo num
ber of thousund-mllo tickets to scalpers In
Chicago and St. Louis , allowing them to sign
any name they plcaso to the printed contiact
on thu tickets. It IB claimed that these
tickets nro sold at n rate ol $20 , the regular
rate being $25 , enabling scalpel s to sell them
at u profit much lower than it is possible for
the regular agents of the Wabash to sell
them over their own counters.
Hnlilwln Acquitted. _
Ki I AUCTH , N. J. , Jan. 18. The trlnl of
Frederick Haldwln , who was accused of the
murder of Edward I * Miller , a divinity
student whoso body was found lit Westllcld
on July 15 , ended this afternoon In n verdict
of acquittal. Baldwin fell on his knees In
irnyernnd thanksgiving , whllo the crowd
cheered the verdict , liuldwln and his family
were escorted through the streets of the city
jy hundreds of people.
hlmix Kails ltncn ( Advanced.
CIIICAOO , Jan. 18. The general freight
agents of the western and northwestern
oads agreed to-day on an 8 per cent ndvanco
n rates from Chicago and Milwaukee to
Sloiu Falls , to take effect February 1 For
some time past Sioux Fulls has boon allowed
ho same rates that apply to Sioux City , nl-
hough the distance is greater ,
NEW YOIIK , Jau. 18. C. Itosswag & Son ,
nnnufutttirlng jewelers and diamond deal
ers , ono of tha oldest houses intbotiado.
'oiled yesterday , and tholr stores were seized
. > y the sheriff under an execution und attach-
ncnts amounting to0OM. ! . Thu liabilities ,
NEWS OF NEBRASKA TOWNS ,
The St. Pnul Blopors Married nt
Grand Islam ! .
THEY ARE WAITING FOR HIM
A KntiRiig Horse Thief Cnpturuil In
Otn.ilin Who Is W.intivl Hy
Mot ) With IiiiehltiK
Tlioj Were Married.
ST. Pun , Neb , Jan. IS. [ Special to TUB
. Coronet mid the
daughter of Charles Abbott , of this city , who
eloped on Tuesday , luivo been found. They
drove to Grand Island , were married and re
turned to a brother's house llvo miles south
of St. Paul , where they have since remained.
The girl's family are greatly distressed over
the matter ,
1'onca Noti" )
PocNeb. . , Jan. -Special [ to Tun
HKH. ] Ponca mid the northeastern corner
of Dlxon county , is experiencing a genuine
real estate boom Within the last month mi
unprecedented amount ot land tinnsfcrs
hn\e taken place at advances ol & 0 and 200
per cent. Farm land , woith from $10 to $20
per aero has sold for f 100 , and largo tracts
adjoining the town have becu bought up for
from $ KM to jfiOO an acre
From the present outlook the approaching
clt.\ election in this pluco will bo tbo most
bitterly and closely contested of any that lias
ever occuned hero. The issue will bo license
or no license , mid tlio voting population Is
pietty evenly divided in their views.
Agicntwavo of religious feeling seems
to have struck Ponca of lasto Several
meetings have been and .110 still being held
nt two of the churches in the town.
A lodijo of the Kniuhls of Pi thins has been
organised at this place and is at proscnt in a
llomishmg condition It now has a member
ship of nearl.v fifty mid two or three new
mombcis mo added at each weekly meeting.
The organisation is at present engaged in
preparations to celebrate the silver nnnher-
sary of the society , which occurs Febru
HnvTiticE , Jan. IS [ Special 10 TUB Br.K. ]
Mrs. Chailes Stevens , who lived a few
miles southwest of here , died jestcrday of
typhoid fever after being sick but one week.
Tlio remains will be taken east for inter
ment to-monow. She was .i sister of G. R.
and W. W. Scott , geiiei.il merchants of this
Mrs. William Moise died suddenly nl her
her home near Hcatrlce , yesterday , probably
of heai t disease. She expired instantly after
being taken ill.
The state insurance specials are in session
over the occupation t.iv , and on re lating the
city The companies will pay the tax , but
will got it all back sooneror later in increased
r.ites. The present re rating lowe's some
nsks and raises some , making the average
about the same as before. They have tno
local agents all in the board , under a strong
agreement not to cut lates or give icbates.
Abducted Child Found.
PI.ATTMIOLIII , Neb , Jan. 18. [ Special
Telegram to THE Hun. ] The child which
was abducted by U. F. Donlon , at Omaha , on
Monday night last , has been found. The
mother from whom it was stolen , by the as
sistance of her parents who reside in this
city , and friends at Weeping Water , suc
ceeded in finding the child in the care of a
MissUoberts , of Weeping Water. Upon the
promise of that lady that she would not give
up the child , the mother has leuirncd to
Omaha. It is not known where Donlon is.
florae Thief Captured.
NEIIIUSICA Cm , Neb. , Jan. IS. A horse
thief giving the name of Hrown sold n
stolen team hero a few days ago , and the
next day returned to Kansas , where ho
stele u team and nlno head of horses mid
shipped them to Omaha , wheio ho was cap
tuicd. To day he was identified by his Ne
braska City victim. He wijj bo taken to
Kansas , where it is reported n mob waits
him and he will undoubtedly be lynched. Ho
is a member of an organized band operating
in Kansas and Nebraska.
BIUTJHCH , Nob. , Jan IS. [ Special Tele
gram to I'm ! Hcc. ] Cyrus Curry , an all-
lound crook , was caught to day burglaiuing
the residence of L. E Spencer. He was
caught in the net and promptly jailed. Ho
lias been before the pohco court twice before
n the last few months , mid is known in other
towns as a tough. To-day'b exploit is n peni
1'eaco In Gospel1 County
EI.NOOP , Neb. , Jan. 18. [ Special Tele
gram to TIIK Hui : . ] The county officers met
.a ' day and decided to move all county rec
ords from Homersvillo to Hlwood Monday
next. This virtually settles all controveries
with reference to the county seat of Gosper
ArticlcHof Incorporation Filed.
NciiitASKt CITV , Neb. , Jan. IS [ Special
Telegram to THE HIE. : ] Articles of incorpo
ration of the Nebraska City Hospital associ
ation will be filed tomonow. Tlio ai tides
no higncd by forty icpicacntativo business
A n , A. 1C , Appointment.
1C\SSAH CUT , Mo. , Jan lb. [ Special Tele-
? i.un to Tun Hun. ] Cominiinder-in-Cliief
Wm nor , of the G A. U , has issued a circu
lar letter to bo sent to the commanders of
ill derailments , appointing Charles P. Lin
coln , commander of tlio dcpaitment of the
Potomac , special aide do camp , fiom whom
can be obtained all Instructions us to the po
sition and rank to bo given to each Grand
Army department attending the inauguration
if Provident Harrison. Mr. Lincoln is in
Washington , and Is making proparntloim for
the entertainment of nil old soldiers who
vlll attend the exercises.
Nnu YOIIK , Jan , 18. All the clgannakers
emplojoil in tlio fotty Havana mnnufactoiics
n this city \\cnt on a strike to-day against a
reduction of $3 per 1,000 , which the bosses
made olgntccn months ago. Ono thousand
: mnds nro out , The strikers nro mostly Cu-
jans , with n sprinkling of Americans and
Spaniards , Their wet It is all hand-made and
irings the best prices In tbo market. Three
firms have already given notice of conces
S\STA Fn , N , M. , Jun. 18. A memorial to
the prorfidunt and congress of the United
States passed the Now Mexico legislature
assembly to day by u unanimous vole , pruv-
Ing for the admission of the territory Into
"Clnus-Kyo" Cook Convicted.
CIIIIMOO , Jan. 18. In the federal court to
day Jonn , uliai "Glass-Hyo" Cook , the man
supposed to have been Hobby Adams' aecom-
pllcu in the Minneapolis postofllco lobbory in
IfcSO. was found guilty. The scntenco has
not been pronounced , but will pioDably bo ,
live ycais in the penitentiary ,
'I ho ICoKuliir Pullman Dividend.
Niw YOUK , Jun. lb. The directors of the
'ullman Palace Car compiny to day declared
ho regular quarterly dividend of 3 per cent.
IiMlh < | iialcu In .Scotland.
LOS-DON , Jun 18. A shock of earthquake
vas felt to-dny In n portion of HIP Leith val-
oy and In western Edlnburc ,
A , IOKi : ONJHH. ADAMS.
A Colored Crank Claims to Ho Ills
Creditor Kor $ : ! ( IOOOOOOO.
HOSTOV , Mass , Jan IS. [ Special Tele
gram to Tun Dec 1 President Charles
Francis Adams , of the Union Pacific , Is
the victim of a rnthor embairnsslng joke
In Putnam , Conn. , there resides nn aped nm
hnlf eiazy darkey named Pete Anderson
Ho is nearly n century old , mid over seven
feet In stature , although bent with ngo
Ills mania was that ho was the guardian
of an Immense treasure of gold , worth
over $100,000,000 A few days since , while
home , ho met with an accident , being
struck on the head with n piece of scantling
This changed the chain of Ills scattered Ideas
nnil ho Imagined thnt he had been beaten b\
robbers and his treasures stolen. Ho wor-
i led the Putnam pollco so that one of them
pave him a bogus cheek , sajim ; , "pay beaier
? , WO,000,000 , " mid signed It Charles Francis
Adams. Pete showed this mound Putnam
in gioat glee , and started out to hunt up Mr.
Adams. Hearing that he lived in Hoston , ho
Marled on foot ami m rived hero penniless
three ila s ago. Ho went to the negro
section in the \\est end , and ,
showing his check , was licated like a prince.
To-tiny he started out to tlnd n lawer , and
by his ndvico visited William 1C. MncDonald ,
the \\ell known corpoiatnm lawyer , who , ap
preciating the Joke , mid knowing Mr , Adams
well , started for the Union Pneitlo oftlces
with bis dusty crank in tow.
llcing known to the clerks , MacDonald and
mid his clmrgo went Into thu piesident's
loom , \\hoio Mr. Adams and John Quiiu\v
Adams were in conversation Mr Adams
was astonished , nut MacDonald laugh
ingly told him that ho had n creditor
ot his Ho then told Pete that
Mr. Adams was pi esent , nnil. as he claimed to
know him , to pick him out. The daike.\ went
up to John Quincy , .tnd , takiim hold of his
head , ncailj twisted it off to got a look at It
He shook his head , mid , trotting over to
Churlus Francis , before that dignillcd being
could interfere , took his head between his
hands and held it as in a \ ice , stooped over
mid peering Into his face , yelled out. "Dat's
do man , tint's do man. "
Letting go of the dismayed inoslilcnt , ho
executed n dance , and , pulling nut Ins check ,
demanded the money on the snot Kvcoone
was laughing at the victim , when the latter
get his families back mid tueil to argue , but
the darlcoyouldn t listen mid demanded
his money He laised n teinblo upioar
until Mr. Adams , writing his name , showed
the crank that it wasn't the Mime writing ,
and denied that he was tin ; i ighi man This
settled the darkey , who began to civ , saying
that if lie didn't got the money the West Cud
darkies would itill him for a fi.uul. Tlio old
man was finally earned out of the ofllco , and
to-night was bunting the streets foi his lost
millions. Mr. Adams sa > s hi" wants to know
the Putnam policeman who foiged his name.
The "Woild" AsHoriq that IMatt has
Niw YOUK , Jan. IS [ Special Telegram to
Tin : Hi B. ] A special to the World from
- I have information
Washington saj s- positive
tion , obtained from nn active member of the
icpubllenn national executive committee ,
onlj recently ictmned fiom the west , the
publication of whoso name is , of com so , pro
hibited , but whoso identity can bo readily
guessed , that General Harrison has decided
not to appoint Thomas C. Plntt to tbo secre
taryship of the treasury , or , in fact , to any
other cabinet position. Ho lias also IJfully
determined not to give Warner Miller tbo
tieasury poitfoho , although bo may invite
Mr. Miller to become the new member of
the piesident's advisory boaid the
commissioner of agriculture. Whether
Miller will accept this appointment or not is
a matter of conjectuic. Ho is anxious to
"get in" and may tluow aside tbo little dis
appointment ho may feel in losing the more
important position and accept the tommis-
sionci.ship. Tlio tieasury portfolio is not to
go to New York. You can put thnt down as
a positive fact. Where it Is to go iu.\ inform
ant did not know. Now Yorit will , how
ever , bo oflered another portfolio in the
shape of the navy , attorney generalship or
postmaster generalship , und will thus have ,
should Miller accept , two icpiesentntlves in
the cabinet. Outside of the secretaryship of
the treasury and seci clary of state it is cer
tain thnt the piesldcnt-clcct has determined
upon the members of his official family.
These two impoitmit offices nro still de
batable in his mind , although it is pretty
clear that ho has come close to a decision in
one of them.
President .Vilnius HUH no 'More Ifsc for
HO-.TON , Jan. IS [ Special Telegram to
Tin. HKI : ] Isaac 11. Bromloy , assistant to
President Adams of the Union P.icifie.retlrcs
March 1 , due to thu collapse of the effoit of
the company to tome to mi amicable under
standing with the government , which nego
tiations were conducted under the auspices
of Mr. Hromloy , ho having been appointed
for that purpose. The company will make
no further clients in this direction.
In ncceoting the resignation Mr. Adams
replied. "We have not got a settlement with
the government , nor nro wo likely
to get ono , but the tone of the
press toward us 1ms , largely
tlnough your oxcitions , bacn gicatly moder
ated and our case is fairly understood. Under
these circumstances I do not sco any field
for active work which remains for you hcie.
It would be othei wise did I liavo any inten
tion of enteiiiigon uny widoolToit at railroad
leform calling for discussion through the
pioss. I have no hope of being able to at
tempt anything of that sort In the short linio
loft to me 1 h ivo wasted four jears in u
futile attempt at an honest settlement , and
have no moro ieais to give to tlio work ' "
Mr Hiomley bus no positive plans for the
TOIT.KA , Kan. , Jan. IS. [ Special Telegram
to TIIK HIM : J There was a lively discussion
In the senate to dav over n resolution calling
for nn investigation of the beef and pork
combine , the icsolutlon being the special
older for the day. It directs the governoi to
con espond with the governoi s of Intel cstod
states with n view to securing joint action
and uniform legislation through a convention
of members of the legislatmes of the several
states , each to bo represented by thiec Henu-
toi sand five representatives , Senator Gillett -
lett , author of tlio resolution , made a vigor
ous assault upon beef and poik trusts , which ,
ho alleged , had exerted n powerful influence
tow.irds centralizing thu markets in
Chicago and Kansas City and bringing
the beef product of the United
States under absolute control. Ho churned
that the prices now offered for beef rattle in
Kansas offered to the producer no profit
whatever , mid that theieby the great indus
try of Kansas had been greatly injured and
would , If the combine was not broken up
completely , destroy the business in Kansas ,
Ho asserted that tins combine was directly
responsible for the piesont 'ow price of tlio
beef product , and urged that legislation
should bo immediately enacted which would
tend to protact tbo Block growers und farm
ers against the manipulations of the trust.
( Senator Huchunnn behoved that this trust
existed only in the imagination of the nows-
papcrs. Senator Kelly wanted to include
the grain trust , which ho said was Just us
destructive to the grain inteiuits of Kaiuas.
After name further discussion the resolution
was adopted without opposition.
Cabinet NOWH Kiom lln l mil ,
| rowi/r/i/li' / / / W liu Janet ( luttli i lltwU. ]
Losno.v , Jan. IS.Now [ York Herald
Cable-Special to TIIK Dm : . ] The Wolvor-
hampton livening lOxprcss , the proprietor of
which , Counsellor Graham , U mi old friend
of Andruw Carnegie , says thatu cable from
Now York Htutes that Carnegie hits been of
fered the secretaryship of the Interior by
FROM THE HAWREYE STATE ,
TIio Mrtson City Soptogounrlau'3
GhaUonRO Open to the World.
A HEAVY FAILURE AT DES MOINE
ImllctmiMits Unturned In tlio luwa
Cltj Saloon CUNI-H A Deacon
I'lradn Guilty to Violation
5 ho Supreme Court.
Drs Mnisi : * , in , Jun 18. [ Special Tele
gram to Tin : Bur ] -Tho following decision *
wero. llli'il l > v the supreme court to days
Mnry Jncobn. uppellunt , vs Marcus Snydcr ,
Ocemia Snyder mid Mlnnlo Jacobs , Dieklu-
son dlstilct ; leversed.
Sjicnccr Dodys \V. 1C. Hrownctnl , uppc.1 *
lunts ; Klnggold district , affirmed.
Fred Gtilller.s , nppollmit , vs William Pep-
porsctnl , Monroe dlsti let ; anirmoil
William Dei-riii } ? & Co. , appellants , v
Jmncs living ; Franklin illstih't , ntllnnedw
TIio Frost Manufacturing company , appel
lant , vs T ( ) . Kostor , administrator of the
estate of 1J D. Kami , dccoasod ; Wisconsin
Mallc.iblo Iron company , appellant , vs tha
same defendant ; Andiews Hrothers ft Co. ,
appellants , vs the same defendant ; Des
Molncs district ; ufllnmul.
C. II , Towsleo , nppollnnt , vs L. W Kussoll ,
defendant , nnil .1. V. lllnohmnn , intervener ;
Mills district ; nnirmucl.
Aaron McCleeroy vs J. A WaUofleld anil
Henry Cooper , appellants ; Momoo district ;
The tiustecs of funds mid donations of Ilia
diocese of low a of the Protestant r.plscopal
chinch , appellant , vs cltj of An.uuosii , Jonea
A .No\v Itnllrnad Company.
CIUSTON , la. , Jan. lb. [ Special to THE
Hi.i : ] Seine time since articles of Incoipor-
utloii wciodruwn nnil signed by half a bun-
died of Crcston's most prominent business
men Tne company was formed for the pur
pose of building a line of r.iilro.ul from
Crcston to Van \Voit , to connect there with
tlio KcoknU it Western , the company to bo
known us the Uioston , t Koutlmastorn. The
incorporatoi.s and stoekholdms mot hero anil
nlno ditectois were elected 'I'ho incorpora
tion papers will bu Hied shortly with the
secietarv of st.ito. - The following are the
names of the directors elected- . A. Uawls ,
William Giounds , U. 11 Hroolts , A 13.
Devoo , .1. H. Harsh , F. A. Ilcinly , S. A. .
Hrowster , O S. Hex and A P Stephens A
connection wltn tlio Hock Island , atVln -
teiset , la , is talked of. This would m.iko anew
now louto to DCS Molncs and Chicago.
Closed IU ttii NliiM-lff.
Dis MOIMI , 1,1 , . Ian IS [ Special Telo-
gi.im to Tun Hui 1 The "H. & L. Depart'
inont store , " us it was called , doing a general
merchandise business hoie , was closed by
the sliouff to d.iy for tie | etolitors. The liaj
bllitles are placed by Hradsticots at $ T.r,000. ,
The assets , including' s > toek on hand , will
amount to WJ.OOO. The principil credltoH
who nuilo attachments to ihii were the Iowa
National bank , for $1,00,1 , and John V. Far-
well , of Chicago , for $7 5JO. The llrin also
confessed judgment to the amount of OVOP
? )5,000 ) in the uuciost of soinu absent credit
ors The Him is composed of two Jews , for
merly of Chicago , named L ! irnott mid Lich
ciisteln. They have been In business in thid
city for a little more than u year.
Owen Chnllcne tlio World.
MASON Cm , In. , Jan. 18 [ Special Tolo-
gramtoTim UKC. | Ho who rog.mls tha
challenge recently extended by A. C. Owen ,
) f this city , to run anv man in the Unitoij
plates , seventy nine ycais of ago , a foitv-rod
'oot race , and to crack his heels thioo times
n the last ilnal lap , as a "fake. " widely
missesthom.uk. To-day Owen made tha
challenge open to the woild , the race to bu
run hero in Juno next. Four septogonarlana
'iom diffeicnt localities liavo already been
leard from , and leiding sports nro do-
01 mined to mane tlio race an assured thing1.
NotcH From Oro-ton.
CIIKSTOV , In , Jan. IS fSpecial to Tim
iii : : . ] Tlio population of Creston , fiom the
census just completed , is 8,1 111.
A valuable team owned and used by John
lall , In hauling ire from the lake , broke
liiough the ice yesterday and were nearly
irowt.od bofoio roscncd.
Walter Towno , of Nevlnvlllo , la. , who
vas arrested some days ago for burglarizing
ho store of Nie & Joy , of Ciomwcll , la , ,
ileail guilty and was given four years in the
icnltontidiy at Foil Madison
Another Deacon ( June Wrong.
Four Donor , la. , Jan. IS , [ Sneclal Telegram -
gram to Tim Hri : . ] Thomas Cooper , a promi
nent citizen ol Lchigh , and a deacon In thO
Christian chinch , was arrested last night by
vigilantes charged with n violation of the
piohibitory Inw. Ho was turned over to the
city authorities , pleaded guilty and waa
placed in the county Jail hoio to-day without
bonds. Cooper conducted the business of
illlct liquor selling In the basement of bis
The I > c < Moltics Street O.ir War.
li:3 : MOI\IS : , la. . Jan. IS. [ Special Tola-
gram to Tun HKK.J Tlio ilvalry between
the olectrle and horse car railways reached a
climax this morning , when , at 1 a , in. , the
electric lonl began laying tniclt along Cen
tre htrcot into a verydcsiiable icsidcmo portion
tion ot the city. Tlio council had previously
granted it , v i ight of way , but the olectrio
load was afraid of a collision between it #
employes and those of t'io ' hoiho car company
ami so stole a match on them , Bonding out a
largo foico of men to work with lanterns.
Hnloon Aluii Iniliotoil.
low v Cir , la .Jan. 18 [ Special Tolcgram
to'J'm : Hi n j-Tlio grand Jury this morning
indicted some twenty pai UPB for runnliu ;
"holes the wall" and
in violating the liquor
laws , mid arrests are being m.ido to-day.
- - Funeral.
GIIINNFU , IaJnn IS. ( Special Tolegrnm.
to Tin ; Hi li.J The funeral of Mrs , C. 1C.
Kdsou , wife of Prof. II. 1C. KtUon , of Iowa
college , occtii red here today. Kho was the
principal of Dcnmnik academy for twenty
years , and in early lifo w.m a missionary of
the Amciicaa board in Purkoy.
A Knportcr Warned ,
Giti'Ar lUiiiiivoroN , Mass , Jnn. 18. Tlio
fit ) iko nt Iho Waubcck mills , in Housnlonic , > ,
isvlitunlly ended The Huporlntonilcift la ,
rctulncd , also the two weavers who were so
severely assaulted liy the White f'nps. Thl *
organi/ution conti'iuos to distribute ittl ,
mionymoiis warnings , A message was received -
coived to-day by the As ocmtod piess ropro-
hontutivoal Grout HarrliiKton , as follows }
"Wo hereby warn yon not to rome to Housa-
lonlo to got now * agnuiNt our organi/atlon.
Lot this bo BUllloiunt warning , and bear In
mind that wu shunt allow it.
Bi.u i. AND Oitoas I
'I ho Milil Hun CJIM.N.
MAUCII CIIL.NK , P.i , , Jan. lb. The gram !
Jury In the Mud Hun cases to-'Iny letiirncii
Unco bills of Indlclmcnt against Knginvotf
Major and Flagman Hanagan. The cases
UBiilnst Condiiotors Terry and ICeithloin nnd
Lookouts Mulhorn mid Hobl were Ifnoicd . /
tlio costs bebij } placed upon tbo county *
The Wontlior Iiulio.itlonH ,
I'or Nebrailiu : Louul snows , warmcrt
For Iowa- Fair , foil owed by local i5now * (
winner , suuthu.istei-ly v.'indi.
For Oakotas Looul sno.vs , w.inncr , vara !
bio winds , * '
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