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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE.
TWENTIETH : YEAE. OMAHA , FHIDAY HORNIHG , DECEMBER 5 , 1890. NUMBER 170.
SIGNS OF DISINTEGRATION ,
Aleut Half the Indians Who Loft Rosebud
Agency Inclined to Esturn.
THE WAR DEPARTMENT GREATLY PLEASED
General SIllcs lMyn the CniiHO of. tlio
Trouble to the Faot Tliat the
Savages Have SufTereil for
AVnnt oT Food.
WASHINOTOX , Dec. 4. General Schoflold
received a tciccrnni from General Brooke
this afternoon saying that forty lodges ot
Indians had left Hosobud agency since the
removal of the camp across White river to
the edge of the bad lands and that there are
strong symptoms of disintegration , ns nbout
half secin willing to como back to the agency.
General Urooko also says that from all ho can
Bather as to their Intentions a majority of
the Indians want to como back. The war
department ofllcluls arc much gratified atthls
Intelligence ) . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Probably Lan.KfTort ( nt Settlement.
PINIS Kiour. Aor.xcv , S. D. , ( via Kushvlllc ,
Nob. , ) Dec. 4. [ Special Telegram to THE
Bnt.J Father Jute , a Catholic priest hero ,
had a long private consultation wllh General
Drooko this morning nnd Immediately thero-
nficr started In the direction of the camp of
the hostllcs , accompanied by Hod Cloud.
Secrecy Is observed , but the Object of tbo
Journey is probably a last effort at peaceable
kcttlomcnt , C. II. C.
General Miles on the tnit ! < ie.
CHICAGO , Dec * . 4. General Miles said this
morning that bo would go to the northwest
In n day or two to direct the military arrange
ments being mndo in the Indian country ,
The general said he had overwhelming evi
dence that the Indians had been suffering for
want of food for two years past , and ono ol
the principal causes of dissatisfaction Is this
fact. Ho snld that ono object of his visit to
Washington was to urge the neces
sity of Immediate relief. The secretary
of . the interior has ordered nt ;
increase of rations nud has nskcd congrcss tc
npproprloto the necessary money. '
An order has been sent out from the Into
rlor department to ngcnts on duty nmong thi
Sioux Instructing them that during the pros
cut Indian troubles they will co-opornto will
nnd obey the orders of the military onicci
commanding the troops on the reservation.
Compensation for Indiana.
WASHINGTON , Doc. 4. The secretary of UK
treasury today sent to the house a comtminl
cnction from the acting commissioner of In
dlan affairs , submitting tbo draft of a bll
containing the following Items : To pay sucl
Individual Indians ut the Standing Hock am
Cheyenne river agencies as wcro deprived bj
( be United States of ponies In 1870 at $10 foi
each pony , $200,000 ; for compensating thi
Indians nt Crow creek reservation for losse :
sustained in receiving less laud per capltt
In their diminished reservation than by In
dlaim occupying other diminished resorvu
tlons , flST.tWO ; to purchase hinds for sucl
Sautco Sioux Indians In Nebraska as an
unable to take lands in severally by rensoi
of the restoration of unallotted lauds to tbi
public domain , $ tt,000.
Troops Pns * Tliroujjh Promont.
FKEMOXT , Neb. , Dee. 4. [ Special Tele
gram to Tin ; BISK. ] Two car loads of soldiers
diors , numbering 150 , from Davis Island
N. Y. , came Into Fremont this afternoon b ;
special train over the Northwestern road ani
went west on the Elkhoru road to the scat &
the Indian disturbance.
CHICAGO , Dec. 4. At army headquarter
tonight General Miles reported that all ad
vices today indicate everything quiet nt th
scene of the Indlr.ii troubles.
FITih Infantry Ordercil to Dakota.
SAN ANTONIO , Tex. , Dec. 4. The Fifth in
fantry has received orders to repair at one
to the scene of tbo Indian troubles and wll
bo on tbo road by Saturday.
1HXG K < LI AU.lU.l Altllll'ES.
Ho Itccclrcs n Koyal AVelcomo In Sni
SAN FIIAXCISCO , Dec. 4. The United State
naval ship Charleston , with King Kalnknu
of Hawaii on board , entered the harbor tbi
The Charleston was mot and saluted by th
Swntnrn. The forts In the lower bay nls
fired the royal stduto. The king loft th
Charleston In the admiral's barge late tbi
afternoon and was landed at the Cla
street wharf. The Charleston and Swatnr
ngain fired tbo royal salute as the kin
loft the ship. Upon arriving at the wharf h
was received by General Cllbbon , commani
Ing the division of the Paclllc , nnd Consi
General McIClnlcy of Hawaii. A battalion c
United States cavalry was drawn up In lim
Great crowds of people surrounded tb
landing place , nnd ns the king left the bnrg
ho bowed right and left In nckiiowlcdgoincn
of tlifi cheers of the spectators. King Kali
knun Immediately entered a carriage and wo
driven to the Palace hotel , whom ho hold
reception , which was attended by Governc
Waterman , Major Pond , representatives t
commercial organizations and many prom
Colonel McFnrlnno , the king's chambci
lain , stilted that the king visited Callfornl
fcr tbo bencllt of his health and oycslgh
which were somewhat impaired. The Kin
will probably remain In California ilvo or si
weeks , but will not go cast. Princess Llllui
kahinl Is regent during the king's absoiu1
K iwsirr ix COVHT.
Kxcltliij ; Scene In n Spokane Pall
Temple of Justice.
SroKANii FAI.I.S , 'Wash. , Dec. 4 , Judf
Blulto's department of the superior court wi
the scene today of an exciting free fight , I
which Mayor Clough , Attorneys Turno
Graves nnd Qulun nnd tbo ofllccrs of tli
court participated. The fight was the roiu
of a case involving a conflict of the city an
Judicial authorities. During the hcarln
Gcorgo Turner , n prominent politician , inai
n remark reflect Ing on the city ndmlnlstr
tlon. Jnsty after court adjourned Mny <
Clough told him that his remarks were ui
called for and that bis law linn had bee
mixed up in every dirty case with tl
city. Turner struck nt Clough , tl
latter fell und Turner junipc
nt him , whereupon Attorney Quin
and Frank Graves took n hand and for a fe
minutes there was nn Incxtrlcablo tnugloi
firms and logs. Finally Turner emerge
from the mass nnd grasping the mayor
cane began to belabor the crowd pcnernll ;
Sheriffs , deputies mid constables rushed ii
the Judge pounded on the bar nnd coniusic
reigned supremo. Finally the contcstan
\voro separated , nobody having been sci
ouslyhurt. Turner served as a United Stati
marshal in Alabama under Grant's admlnl
trntlon and was ono of the famous "UOO" I
the Chicago convention of 18SO.
LiritETTB , Ind. , Dec. 4. John Acheson
Odell's Corner was called to the door car
this morning and shot by an unknown assa
pin. Achcsou was nn important witness
the Pottlt caso.
Stewart's .Silver mil.
WASHINGTON , Deo. 4. Senator Stewart t
day introduced a bill for the frco und u
limited use of silver as money. It amen
ho first section of tlio present law by rcjicn
lug the clause limiting the purchase of bt
lloo and requires the secretary of the treas
ury to purchase , nil silver bullion offered nt
a prlco not proceeding $1 for n7J.'JT
grains of pure silver. It nlio amends the
third section by requiring the secretary to
coin at least 2,000,000 , ounces per month after
July next nnd so much moro ns 1st necessary
to redeem treasury notes issued in the pur
chase of bullion.
It'll ECU. ftX THE A1TOX.
A. Coal Train Ilium. Into n Limited
Two IVrrt'iim Klllctl.
JACKSONVILLE , III. , Dec. 4. Lust night the
south-bound limited on the Chicago & Alton
road , whllo standing at the depot in this city ,
was run Into by a coal train on the \Vubajli.
The sleeper was cut in two. There were
eight persons In the car , two of whom , Fred
Smith , n wagon manufacturer of Pektii , 111. ,
nnd Judge Hltlcll of ICnnsas City were In
stantly killed. William Knight of Kansas
City wns badly burned nnd bruised , but will
probablyjlve. Two others were slightly In
jured. Slippery rails nro alleged to bo tbo
cause of the accident.
A. Provision of tlu McKtnloy Hill
AVIiluh I'u7.7.1 e.s Chicago Importers.
CHICAGO , Dec. 5. ISpaclal TcUwram to
Tin : BEE. ] The Importers' bureau of Chi
cngo , comprising 800 Importers , has addressed
n long letter to the secretary of the treasury
asking for a construction of the following
section of the Mcltlnley tariff law : "On and
after March 1,1601 , all articles of foreign
manufacture , such as nro usually or ordi
narily marked , stamped , branded or labeled ,
and nil packages containing such or other Im
ported articles shall bo plainly marked ,
stamped , branded of labeled In Icglblo Eng
lish words so as to Indicate tbo country of
their origin ; and unless so marked , stamped ,
branded or labeled they shall not bo admitted
to duty. " The Importers sny they have no
means of knowing what the requirements of
the customs ofllcers will bo under section 0. T
literally carry out the terms of the law they
say Is practically Impossible and they uro
anxious to know just how liberal the treasury
department will bo In the matter , for there
will bo no end of difficulty growing out of
such features as the requirement to label
Trotting Association Apponl Board.
CHICAGO , Doc. 4. The board of appeals of
the American Trotting association finished
Its business this evening. It decided the
Emery case In favor of the complainant and
the application that winners of guaranteed
stakes bo paid the excess accruing from mon
eys placed in the hands of the association as
such stukn. This decision will establish a
In the case of Hlchnrd Prlco against Smith
& Kussell , owners of the trotter , Decorah , at
La Crosse , Wis. , wherein a protest had been
entered claiming they had entered their
horse In Minnesota races and were not resi
dents of the state , the protest was overruled.
L. B. Goldberg of Oshkosh and tbo
"ringer. " Dick Organ , wcro expelled.
Dr. Clark of Chicago , who was victimized
by a former driver entering his horses at
Jorsoyvlllo and Terre Hiutto without the
owner's knowledge , was granted half tbo
The following men nnd horses wcro ex
pelled for violations of rules : C. B. Cook and
Kills Dillon of Normal , III. , and the chestnut
mare Daisy D , nllas F.lslo D ; William Bos-
well , Onnrga , 111. , nnd the by gelding
O C D , alias Little Tom ; Daniel Hawyer ,
Monroe , Wls. , and the chestnut mare Doubt
ful Girl , alias Topsy : Charles Culver , Clar
ence , Mo. , nnd tlio chestnut gelding Joe R.
A number of other cases wcro decided.
Death of a Profligate.
, Dec. 4. A private dispatch
received hero today announces the death in
New York of E. Dunbar Price , whose wealth
nnd extravagance made him well known In
this country and Europe. Prlco was born In
this city lu ISfiO nud by the death of his
grandfather lu 1877 Inherited an income of
f42,000 ! a year. Immediately ho launched Into
wild extravagances , ono of his fancies beluga
raclnggtublo. In 1SSI ho married Miss Sarah C.
Burton , but in ? few mouths sho. returned to
her father's homo. A reconciliation was af
terwards affected , but in ISSO they separated
finally. In ISSS bis wife filed a bill to com
pel the payment of a monthlv allowance of
tUOO , which Price hr.d promised her. Ho
paid this up to about a year ago , since
when ho refused to pay any moro ,
and another suit is now pending. By the
terms of bis grandfather's will the Income of
nbout half thu estate will pass to charitable
institutions. Price's lawyer said todr.y ttint
the youug man executed a will nearly two
years ago , devising all the property ho might
bo possessed of to a young woman named
"Kolly" Booker , who had been his companion
for the past four years. The death of Prlco
removes all claims of the widow on the es-
state , there being no Issuo.
Slasbeil by a Nejjro I'urglnr.
NOIIFOLK , Va. , Dec. 4. Surgeon William
A. Wheeler of tbo United States marine hos
pital service and his wife were seriously
slashed with a razor in the hands of a negro
burglar this evening. They had Just finished
ten , and going into another room found the
burglar calmly looking through their effects.
The doctor grappled with him. and was get
ting the best of ( dm when the negro draw a
razor njid began slashing right and left , with
terrible effect. Mrs. Wheeler rushed to her
husband's assistance , but was fcoon slashed
hi n tcrriblo manner. Though faint from loss
of blood , she rushed Into nor husband's room ,
secured bis pistol and handed it to him. Tbo
burglar broke away and escnved , although
the doctor thinks ono of the shots ho llrod lilt
the man. The doctor nud liU wife are not
fatally Injured , but will bo laid up somcjittlo
tlmo. Tbo pollco are searching for the negro.
MlKfjIonnriCH In Trouble.
[ Capi/rtaM 1SOO l > u James Gonbin Ilc.nndtA
KAGASAKE , Japan , Deo. 4. [ Now York
Herald Cable Special to Tun DEI : . ] When
the Alllauco arrived at Ponapl it was found
that a wnr had broken out between the na
tives nnd tbo Spanish. The American mis
sionaries wcro accused of causing the war
and the Alliance was forced to remove the
missionaries to the Island of Mulnn.
Tlio Vni-lit mazing.
LONDON , Dec. 4. [ Special Cablegram to
TUB BKE. ] The French steamer "Paris , "
Captain Cliovnllor , at Havre from Now Or
leans , before reported with her cargo on fire ,
was docked Monday. Holes were cut In her
deck to allow of the flooding of the after-
hold. Twenty partly burned bales of cotton
* were lauded when it was found necessary to
again close the hatches.
1t 1 Klrc In IMttsbnrff.
PITTSIIUHO , Pii , , Dec. C. The McGinn
cracker house , Jenkins' warehouse next door ,
nnd Harris * drug store wcro damaged by
fire $150,000 nt nn early hour this ( Friday )
morning. An explosion of chemicals caused
the wall to fall , severely injuring several
A Defaulting Clerk Suicides.
AUUNV , N. Y. , Dee 4. Joseph D. Abbott ,
confidential clerk for H. W. Sago & Co. , lum
ber merchants , committed suicldo this even
ing by poison. Abbott was a defaulter to tbc
amount of fcsO.OOO.
y Tlio Mississippi Closed.
nuiiMNQTOX , In. , Dec. 4. The cold wcathoi
has closed up all river trnfllo and today tin
Mississippi Is ono mass of ice blocks , A
heavy snow storm prevailed over southeast-
era Iowa today.
' Ilurlnl or UolInnd'H Ivlnu.
THK HAGUE , Dec. 4 , Tbo final lutc nenl
I of the remains of the late king of Hollani' '
1 I took pluoi today with elaborate ccrcrnoule.v
THEY WILL FORCE THE FIGHT ,
Natlounlist Opponents of Parnell Bo Detor-
tnino at a Caucus ,
THE CLANCY COMPROMISE PROPOSAL.
I'roccotllngH of the Nationalist Mem-
or the Commons to Con-
vlilcr the Question oT
Lcadcrnhlt ) ,
HoxnoN' , Dec. 4. At a caucus this mornIng -
Ing of the opponents of Parnell , who com
prise a majority of the members of the na
tionalist party In the commons , a resolution
Was adopted not to .accept the Clancy com
promise which was offered nt today's meet-
ItiK , but to force matters to a decisive issue
LOXDOX , Dec. 4. At the opening of the
meeting today Sexton denied that ho bad
over proposed that Parnell rotlro from public
life , and said ho only meant that ho should
rotlro from the chairmanship of the party.
Parnell then proceeded to deal at length
with the Clancy proposal. Ho decided that
ho would not bind himself to retire until ho
could see Olads'tono's reply. His proposition
had been granted him not merely as a loader
of the party , but the leader of the nation.
This hud been derived from circumstances in
which , speaking with the greatest respect ,
his hearer had no share. After speaking
of his services In assimilating nnd
soothing the prejudices of the discordant ele
ments of the Irish throughout the world.
Pnrnoll said : "You know and I know that
there Is no man living , if I am gone , who
could succeed in reconciling the feelings of
Irish .people to the Hawardcn proposals. As
you wish to withdraw from mo this responsi
bility , I think It only reasonable that , you
should give Judgment on these matters for
the bencllt of your constituents. Therefore ,
I submit this * resolution , that the party ac
cept no homo rule bill unless It gives imme
diate control of the pollco and the power to
deal with land. Mr. Gladstone Is capable o !
working to secure a majority at tbo elections
which will render him Independent of both
the Irish and conservative parties. If you
throw mo over for him cot my valu < :
by securing a pledge of a satisfactory home
rule bill. " Ho was willing to do bis' best tc
reconcile the prejudices of the Irish people in
regard to the control of the pollco in tbo bill
of IS30. "And Gladstone knows , " ho con
tinued , "that In striking mo down ho strikes
down the only man that could make that
measure acceptable to Ireland. Was I tc
keep the Hawardon seal on my mouth whnr
Gladstone himself put it out of my power tc
remain longer sllontl" In conclusion Pnrnoi ;
made references to what ho termed Glad
stono's ambiguity , nnd said : "Ihavo bat
many dealings with him , but never got r
straight answer. " If his ( Parnell's ) rcsolu
tlons wcro accepted and the liberal rcpltc !
wuro satisfactory ho would place himself Ir
Ho only expressed amazement at Parnell't
speech nnd protested against adding now con
ditions to the Clancy resolution. Parnell , h <
said , wanted to withdraw th'o question o :
leadership and substitute a discussion o :
home rulo. They could get neither stralgh'
conduct nor straight answers from him.
Parnell replied that ho had given bis nn
swer. Ho regretted that it was not con
sidcrcd straight , but by It ho would staud o :
fall.Healy Then you will full. What's tbi
use of further discussion ]
A tremendous uproar followed. Lcami
shouted , "Away with him. " John O'Conno :
yelled , "Crucify him , " and n scene of will
disorder ensued. When quiet was finally re
stored Hcaloy said that nothing could changi
his determination to tloposo Par
noil. The latter was no grcate :
than the majority of the party
yet ho talked of defying it. Healy bollovci
there would bo enough statesmanship loft ii
the benighted majority who opposed Pnrnoi
to take a course as statesmauilko as that o
18SO. Then Healy read portions of Parnolt'i
speech delivered at his birthday banquet sh
months after the Hawarden Interview , do
daring the independence of the Irish part ;
and eulogizing the nllianco with Gladstone.
An angry duel of words followed , Heali
repeating Parncll's recent remarks abou
Gladstone , and finished by asking : "Whi
broke the alliance)11 )
Party and Nolan both exclaimed Tin
Healy retorted : "It perished from thi
stench of the divorce court. "
Parnoll replica that If 'tho Gladstone lotto
bud not been written the alliance would bavi
Healy defended Gladstone. Ho said thn
Paruoll bespattered that gentleman's gra <
hairs with mud and now wanted the Irlsi
members , hat in hand , to go nnd ask Olnd
stone for terms. If Parnell 'succumbei
ho was only ono man gone. The heads o
greater leaders had been stricken off at tb
block before now for Ireland , but the Irisl
Sexton said ho had listened to Healy will
regret. Would Parnell resign if the majorit ;
voted for the acceptance of Gladstone's pro
Barry asked for a further explanation am
Parnell vehemently replied : "I have state
with distinctness that , I will not give
further answer. "
At 0 p. m. tno meeting adjourned until nee
A rumor was circulated this afternoon t
the effect that Clancy's amendment had bee
rejected. Inquiry proved that there was n
truth In the rumor. On the contrary , th
latest phnso of the situation bids fair for a
agreement , a committee having boon ar.
pointed lo wait upon Gladstone and ondcavc
to obtain from him the assurances desired b
Parnell. The committee consists of Sextoi
Healy , Justin McCarthy , John Heel mom
Deasy , Power and Lcamy. Pnrnoll will tak
no part lu the negotiations with Gladstoni
Before the appointment of tbo commltu
Parnell asked the meeting for nn Inform !
show of hands on Clancy's amendment. Tbi
disclosed the fact thrt only Barry and Clanc
continued to hold out against the nmondmon
Besides Gladstone the committee will ats
see Harcourt and Morley and endeavor t
conclude the negotiations tomorrow.
The committee decided to entrust Heal'
Itcdmond , Sexton and Leamy with the coi
duct of tbo negotlatlocs with Gladstone. ]
Is reported that at n meeting of his adhc
cuts last night Parnell promised to abldo b
the decision of tlio majority of the Irish men
bors on the value of Gladstone's assurance
The supporters of Pnnioll are confident thi
Gladstone's assurances will prove inud
Salisbury Denounces Gladstone.
LONDON , Dee. 4. [ Special Cablegram t
TUB BUB , ] Lord Salisbury , In his speech i
Watorpool , Lancashire , last night , oskc
what right Messrs. Healy and Sexton ai :
others who were trying to hound Parnoll i
earth bad to peso as apostles of domcst
purity. First , they backed Parnell and the
the seventh commandment , changing fro
ono horse to nuothcr with as much Indlffo
cnco nnd criticism as a man hedging on n rai
course changes when ho hears somothit :
detrimental to his favorite. "If " said Lo :
Salisbury , "tho enthusiasm of Hcalyltes
disinterested it Is worthy of the highest n
plause , but If It Is merely n screen for poll )
col maneuvers It Is worthy of the deope
condemnation. " Lord Salisbury proceedi
to dcnouuco Gladstonluns for offering tl
secretaryship of Ireland to Pnrnell whl
foulest things wcro alleged of him and Cu
tain O'Shca's action for divorce was pcndin
"Would anyone ! , " ho asked , "select a partne
banker or agent , a man against whom c
action for swindling was pending ! "
President Fitzgerald Caliles Ijoyalt
LINCOLN , Nob. , Dec. 4 , The cxecutli
council of the Irish National league of Ame
lea , comprising President Fitzgerald of Li
coin , Judge Fitzgerald ot Cincinnati , TJ
O'Kcllly ' of Detroit , M. V. Gannon of Omnhn
nnd Secretary Stilton of Lincoln , will hold a
meeting In tills city tomorrow. Judpo Fitz
gerald , who Is now here , today cabled the
following to Pnrnull : "HAsty action of the
Cincinnati Parnell branch misrepresents
Irish sentiment. You Imfrc over boon faith
ful to Ireland , whllo Gladstone until lately
was nmong her oppressors , lionco the Irish
rnco rejects his dictation and demands your
retention ns leader. "
lit the Cominimn.
Loxnox , Dec. 5. In the commons today
Ilalfour mndo n motion that parliament vote
JtB.OOO to provide seed potatoes for the dis
tressed Innd cultivators in Ireland , Seed
potatoes will not bo Riven the people gratis ,
but as a loan , and any ono paving ready
inouoy would obtain 20 per cent discount ,
This was only a small part of the moasuroa to
bo taken by the government to meet the Im
pending distress In Ireland. Ho snoko of the
railroads and other public works to bo under
taken. The appropriation nsltcd for was up-
GlatlHtono Will Negotiate.
LONDON , Dec. 4. Tlie'CoinmlUco appointed
by the nationalist mcqtln ? scut n letter to
Gladstone asidng him to open negotiations
for a future homo rule bill. Gladstone ex
pressed n willingness to Interchange views
with the committee , but reserved the right to
choose the members with whom to negotiate.
Afraid of Cartoons.
UunuN , Dec. 4. [ Special Cablegram to
Tun BBE. ] United Ireland publishes anum-
ber of loiters showing that Parnell has nmdo
fruitless efforts to prevent the publication of
articles and cartoons hostilu to him ,
A Noble Angler.
LONDON , Deo. 4. [ Special Cablegram to
TIIC DEI : . ] The News says : Lord Salis
bury Is again angling tor the Irish voto. Lot
him state the main provisions of bis homo
A 1'EItILOUH COMfJTIOX.
Ireland's Worst Kuomy Could Not
"Wish. Her "Worse.
lCoju/r(0M ( l ISW by Jtimc * Oonlou ZJewitH.l
LONDON , Dec. 4. [ Now York Herald
Cable Special to Tun BEH. " ! Pnrnoll is
playing out his game on the lines Indicated
yesterday , forclntf Gladstone's hand nnd com
mitting the Irish party to declarations of the
party which cannot bo-accepted - by English
homo rulers. It was res 61vcd this evening to
form n commlttceof which Parnell is a mem
ber , opening negotiations with Gladstone by
letter which has already boon wrlttea nnd
sent. It asked whether he will agree to hand
over tbo Irish constabulary and the settle
ment of tbo land qunstlon to a homo rule par
liament wbcn established , or undertake to
deal with tbo Agrarian dldlculty himself In
his own scheme but surrender the constabu
lary to the Irish parlUmpnt * , If ho consents
to these terms Parnell givps a kind of condi
tional undertaking to retire from the leader
ship for tlio present. Ho can safely make
this offer , for if Gladstone gives up the con-
btabulnry a largo section , of the English sup
porters will raise a , great outcry , nnd what
ho gains by temporarily deposing Parnell
will bo moro than } est in nnother direction.
Parnell will bo In a position to boast that he
has proved his sincerity and can go before
the Irish > oplo us tno only man who has
adcquatciyjdotended their cause. In any case
ho has nothing to sacrlllco by the result.
His power In the bous-j ofcoinmons would be
his even though ho sat on the back bcncli.
Everyt day strengthens ' him In Ireland in
splto' of the uOtilllo attitude ol
the Cathollo hierarchy. " Many ol
his opponents bavo recolveod an
avalanchn of telegrams today from theh
constituent directing them to vote for Par
nell In event Gladstone dodging. It would
bo almost Impossible for them to vote against
him wittiout incurring the stigma of betray
ing the Irish people. Parncll's audacity and
subtllity have never been moro consplcuoaslj
displayed than lu tbc generalship of the last
two days ,
Tlin Healy nnd his leader came into a some
what violent collision today. Bad blood In
creases on both sides. .Healy is for showing
no quarter nnd talcing none. It Is moro one
moro evident that this la destined to shattei
the present Irish parties nnd throw Ireland
into a state ot most dangerous excitement
and agitation. Parliament will certainly rise
next week , and then the Irish members will
bo frco to go back and fight it out. This winter
tor will see the war transferred from tb (
conservatives to each other , The worsl
enemies of Ireland could have scarce ! )
brought about a moro perilous state of affairs
A MRMBEII OP PAIIMAMUXT.
National Cn if It'll Notes.
WASHINGTON , Deo. 4. Chairman Dunnel
of the census committee. today said that thi
committee would begin , consideration of th <
apportionment bUl uox\ week and did no' '
doubt that It would bo jwforo the bouso before
fore the Christmas holidays.
In the house Bland Introduced a bill requiring
quiring the secretary of ; the treasury to prepare
pare a now series of treasury notes , com
monly called greenbacks , and issue them ii
sums equal to the amount of national haul
notes from time to lima surrendered for redemption
domption or cancellation.
Bland also introduced a bill authorlzln )
the Issue of a series of legal tender notes t <
meet any deficiencies In the revenue of tin
government. The preamble to the bill recite
that a deficiency In revenues Is now threatened
enod and the country Is not la condition ti
boar further taxation.
Ilouresentativo Hnusbrough of Nortli Da
kota today Introduced n , Joint resolution , ap
preprinting $500,000 , to bo expended by direc
tlon of the secretary of agriculture In th
purchase nnd distribution of seed wheat fo
the benefit of residents of North Dakota , wh
lost crops by reason of tbo drought of 1890.
A Catholic Cliiifoli Iliirnlntj-
PITTSUUUO , Pa. , Dec , 5 , 1 ; 15 n. m. Si
Mary Magdalene Catholic churph and r.choc
nt Homestead , Pa. , caught fire nt 1 o'clock
nnd the church is alroaily destroyed. I'hor '
are no hopes for the buildings on cither side
The convent is now . burning , as Is also
dwelling house. It now- looks ns If thrc
other dwellings near vylll also go , as there i
absolutely no water to beiind on the hill.
An nnuyelio'al Address.
HOME , Dec. 4 , The pope ; has Issued an 01
cyclical address to the bishops engaged 1
the anti-slavery movement. Ho explains th
mission of Cardinal La lBerlo and express *
tlmnks to the sovereigns who assisted In th
work of the antl-slavery'conforenco. In n <
dltlon I'o advises continued mlsslonur
efforts in cast Africa nnll htinounccs that h
had instituted an nnmiaj collection In helm
of the anti-slavery movement to bo take
upou the feast of the Epiphany ( January 0 ,
The Woatliur Korccnst.
For Omaha and Vicinity- Snow ; colder.
For Nebraska-Snow ; northerly winds
For lowa-Ualn or snpw ; southerly winds
For South Dakota Snow ; northeaster !
winds ; wanrcr in eastern portion , colder 1
Him Down and Hilled ,
Dco.t 4 , James Holfert ,
William McGowun mid Mlebacl Nowmr
were Instanti } killed this uftoruoon by boli
run down "by u train onho Heading rullrou
Tim Onld Pr. mill in.
BUENOS AYKIM , Deo. 4. [ Special Cabl
gram to THE BKE. ] Gold today was quot <
at 200 per cent urcuilum.
CONGRESS AND THE INDIANS
The Senate Adopts a Besolution for Issu
ing Arms to Settlers ,
CONSIDERING THE ELECTIONS MEASURE ,
I'ngh Makes nn AdilrcsH in Opposi
tion to tlio Hill Cooper of In-
dliinaAttnukH Pension Com
WASHINGTON Dec ! . In tbo senate today
inong the bills introduced anil referred was
me for a permanent tariff commission nnd
mo for the free nnd unlimited use of silver
iionoy , The latter bill was Introduced by
The Joint resolution reported yostordny to
sstio arms to the states of North nnd South
Dakota and Nebraska was taken up.
Mr. Huwloy sild that If any-
hlng was to bo done in the
nater It should bo done quickly. lie
hoped , if possible , that any elaborate
discussion of the Indian question should bo
Mr. Voorhces said ho did not want to delay
lassago of the Joint resolution , but after
what had transpired ycstorduy ho thought It
duo not only to himself but to General Miles
nnd to the country to submit some matter
had since come to his hand. It
, vas an interview with ex-Governor
Foster of Ohio In which ho said the Sioux
ndlnns wcro starving. Give them plenty to
! 8t and there would be no further trouble.
Mr. Voorhees said that ex-Oovornor Foster
ivas a man of great experience , and the state-
nent Justified what ho ( Voorhees ) had said
Mr. Dawcs replied that Governor Foster
ivas not so well acquainted with thocondltion
of things nmong the Sioux as men who lived
motig them nndhad charge of them. Ho
di'd that the public mind had been per
verted by newspaper men out In the Indian
country. Ho sometimes thought there were
more newspaper men there than soldiers.
Ono who read the newspapers every morning
would think a conflagration was about to
sweep along the Indian boarders. In answci
to certain inquiries by Mr. Blair , Mr. Uawea
said that Sitting Bull is the most pious hypo-
crlto in this country , ana that Is saying : a
Mr. Hcapnn said ho assumed that If there
ivas any great danger of an outbreak some
communication would have been inndo from
ho excctU'o department.
Mr. Allison spoke In the same vein. He
ook IHtlo stock In the suggestion that the
trouble was caused by starvation.
Mr. Voorhces interpreted Mr. Allison's re-
narks ns a contrdlctlon of cx-Govcrnoi
Foster's statements and said tuo latter gen-
lloinun was the peer of any man In public
ilfo. Ho would accept Foster's statement in
preference to that of Mj\ Allison , who was
necessarily Ignorant of the question.
Mr. Dawos remarked that Foster got his
nformation regarding the Sioux a year ago ,
since which time ho had not been near them ,
Mr. Voorhees read some further extract'
from the Foster interview , nnd then , refer-
rinjj to Mr. Dawcs' criticism of the newspapers -
papers , said that to every newspaper man
, vho has thrown a single ray of light on tbl
Miserable business ho returned bcartfell
thanks. The newspapers may get things
wrong some times , but In the great volume ol
what they do they contribute to the light am !
knowledge of the world und to the cause o :
After further debate the Joint resolutlo :
WAS amended HO as to apply to tlio states o
North nnd South Dakota , "Wyoming nui
Nebraska and passed.
Mr. Morgan introduced n Jolng resolution ,
which went over until tomorrow , appropriat
ing S.1,000 for an Investigation under orders
of the senate ns to the causes of the troubli
among thu Indians.
The election bill was then taken up nnc
Mr. Pugh addressed the senate In opposltlor
to it. The bill , ho said , was never intendot
to bo put In operation In republican districts
It was founded on ono proposition , and tha
was that state election oftlccn might b <
watched , guarded and overruled bccausi
they were democrats , The whole conception
Of the bill was n transparent and audaclou-
scheme , having no other end or purpose thai
the capture of democratic districts uud thcil
transfer to the republican party In congress
to bo used lu perpetrating Its supremacy h
defiance ot the will of the people.
Mr. Gray obtained the lloor , but as ho dli
not dcslro to speak this afternoon Mr. Blah
moved to lay the election bill aside until to
morrow and take up the displaced labor bill
Mr. Hoar gave notice that alter today In
would try to press the election bill wlthou' '
having It laid aside for any other purpost
whatever until a ilnal vote was reached. .
Mr. Cockroll objected to the labor bill bein ;
taken up , and after a number of bills on thi
calendar were passed the senate adjourned.
Dee. 4. In the houst tht ;
morning the unfinished business was a bit
for the punishment of every guardian , con
scrvntor , curator , tutor or other judlciarj
agent for the embezzlement of the pension !
of a ward. Tbo previous question was ogrcei
tojmd the bill passed.
The house went Into committee of the
Whole on tbo pension npproprlatloa bill.
Mr. Morro v explained that the bill appro
prlated for the pavmcnt of pensions $ I1H,1TI ! ) ,
000 to bo distributed among 051,718 pension
ors. This was the largest number of bone
llclarles over provided in any single Item h
the statutes of the United states. It was es
timated that the gross cost to the Unitei
States of these pensions for the year 18l ! !
would nverago 8-03,40 each. Ho bollovci
there would bo no dcflcionny next year.
Mr. Cooper of Indiana got the floor , reviewed
viewed nil of the charges made against Com
misslonerof Pensions Hauin which formei
the basis of investigation at the last session
and assorted that they had all been proved
The ponsljti bureau should be presided ovci
by a man above criticism nnd above reproach
During the last campaign the commlsslonc
had gone to Indiana nnd had invaded hi
( Cooper's ) district. The commissioner's oul ;
excuse was that ho might defeat Cooper'
election. Tbo commissioner had gone to lu
dlnna to prostitute Ids high ofllco for partlsai
ends. lie ( Cooper ) had great veneration fo
the nenslau bureau and protested that tli
institution should not become a spawnln
place for corporations or a stall for the sal
of patent rights , nor should It bo preside
over by n moribund and malodorous poll
ticlan , likened by a republican paper to n ba
egg.Mr. . Sawyer of Now York was surprise
that Cooper should make his speech at thi
time before the case closed. Air. Cooper ha
saiu the committee had abandoned any fin
thor Investigation , but it had boon the clcn
understanding that the committee shoul
hear further testimony this session. Mi
Sawyer further denied that the charge
against Knum hits been proved.
After further debate the committee ros
and the house adjourned.
South Carolina's Governor Instiillci
COLUMUIA , S , C. , Doe. 4. Governor B. C
Tlllnmn , elected on a reform ticket compose
of the farmers' nlllanco and other democral
who wnnted & change of government , was Ii
augaruled thU afternoon In the presence of
largo crowd from all parts of tbo state. H
inaugural address referred to the natlom
victory of the democratic party , and in r
gard to the election in his own state sah
"Ills gratifying to note the fact that th
was attained by a political phenomena
which was a surprise to all of us. Our cc
oral fellow-citizens absolutely refused to I
led to the polls by tholr bosses. Wneu it
clearly shown that a majority of our color *
voters are no longer imbued with tbo rcpu1
lican idea the vexed negro problem will I
solved and tbo fear of a return , of negro dor
inatlon will haunt us no moro. Can I n
apjical to the magnanimity of the domlnai
race ? Can I not pledge In your behalf tbi
wo white meu m South Carolina are wlilii
o listen kindly to nil complain 'ant nil
ust rights and safe privileges these
olorcd people nnd guarantee Mr ' ' .merit
t our unndsl"
Wo whites have absolute cent \ I the
tnto government nud wo Intend to l\ \ ' It.
ntclllBent exercise of the right of to ,
toncotho highest privilege nnd tha it
acred duty of a citizen , Is beyond the
npaclty of the vast majority of colored men.
Vodeny that all men tire created cqunl. It
4 not true now and It was not when letter-
on wrote It , but wo cannot deny that It Is
urduty ns the governing power In South
Jarolliia to Insure to ovcrv Individual , blaclr
nil white , tbo right to life , liberty nnd the
lurstilt to happiness"
Ills now believed ttint Senator Hampton
vlll bo defeated by Irby , the TlUmiln caiidl-
nto for tbo United States somite.
t l-\lll.1littS' : Afll.lXCK.
The Colored OrcntiixntIon Itccolvos a
, Fin , , Dee. 4. The national alliance
ecclvcd the national colored alliance In a
Jody In the convention hall. The visit was
> noof fraternal greetings nnd Introductions.
General John II. Ktcnof Ivatnas is drawing
ip a call to tbo farmers' alliance nnd luiUa
rial unions of Now York which will favor
ho principles of the St. Louis platform , to
nect in Cincinnati February 23 , to consider
he formation of n third party movement.
At the afternoon session n delegation rcp-
esentlng the citizens' alliance of Kansas was
ntroduced by Colonel Livingston of Georgia
mil all made addrosscs , the sumtmico of
vhlch were that their organization was
leeply Interested In the success of the fann
ers' movement ; that both bodies
vcro practically working oa the same
Ino nnd they saw no reason why
ncrehnnts , tr.ulors , druggists , etc. , should
ot unite in promoting this novoment. They
isked for a committee of conference to ar
range for closer relations between the cltl-
cns' nlllanco and the national alliance. The
emiost was "granted and a committee np-
Delegates from the Now York worklng- :
ncn's reform league "und nnti-monopolv
enguo addressed the convention , say-
tig , among other things , that mechanics
mil laborers in cities were as much
Icnundent iipon the Industrial condition of
ho country ns the farmers wcro nnd should
> o eligible to membership in the nllianco.
Colonel Livingstone In reply said they
vould best keep their own scp.irato organiza
tion , ns at present , but should fraternize
nore closely and confer moro frequently
.jpon measures of putillo policy. Ho recom
mends co-operation and fraternity with other
intionnl bodies , but not consolidation.
In an Interview with an Associated press
cprescntativo this afternoon Delegate Davis
said the call for a national conference to bo
icld February 'J3 next , with a view of form-
nit a now party , had boon drawn up. It
endorses the alliance platform adopted
it St. Louis and Invites nil organ-
zatlons in sympathy to s > cnd dele
gates to Cincinnati. It lays down
tour propositions with rofu'roiico to
latlonnl reforms finance , transportation ,
and nnd labor. Further than this Its con
tents bavo not been mndo public yet. Davis
thought the convention would undoubtciily
result in placing n presidential ticket lu tbo
leld in Ib'JJ. The call will not bo presented
to the national alliance , but bo circulated for
signatures in thirty-six nlllanco .status and
.icrhnps In nil tbo states of the union.
There Is considerable indignation among
correspondents over the failure of the press
committee , which was to give oul Informa
tion , to perform Its duty. A vigorous pro
test was made to President I'olk today. The
policy of thu alliance seems to bo one of the
At this evening's session .T. A , Plckler ,
congressman-elect from South Dakota , spoke
on the sub-treasury bill. Ho said It was tbo
keynote of the financial condition of the coun
try , Iii -the futiire. Ho advocated the frep
coinage of silver and regarded ttio transporta
tion problem of tlio greatest importances.
Tbo national colored alliance this afternoon
discussed n resolution condemning the wliito
nlllanco In passing a resolution yesterday in
opposition to the fcdcr.il elections bill be
cause such action has no rofcrenca
whulevcr to the alms nnd pur
poses of tlio organization. The opinions
expressed wcro not so much in favor
of federal control of elections as in condem
nation for going out of Its way to meddle in
politics. The resolutions will probably bo
A resolution was adopted condomlng the
lard bill and praying for the passage of the
Padclonk pure food bill.
At the open session of the national nllianco
the delegates of tha colored alliance were re
ceived and several speeches were mailo , all
Indicating the leaning of the colored nllunco
toward a now political party ,
Lecturer Trncoy of the white nllianco In
his speech said po'intodly : "Before wo leave
this place wo must establish a political fed
eration with the colored farmers' ' alliance. I
mean business. There must bo no foolish
ness about It. "
A Pair Smuggler.
SEATTM : , Wash. , Dee. 4. [ Special Telegram -
gram to Tun Bnis. ] A pretty female
smuggler was arrested hero today. She
pavohor name as Mrs. Abdelncour nnd was
accompanied by n little boy. She bad r
vidlso filled with line silks , Incos and em
broidery which had been smuggled across
the British Columbia lino. She has been
suspected for some time owing to her fre
quent trips to Victoria. Every tlmo slio re
turns well laden with silks nnd other line
goods on which no difty had bccu paid
Ihcro Is a noticeable Increase In smuggling
at all Pugct Sound points.
I5nd oT a Prison Scandal.
ST. PAUL , Minn. , Deo. 4. ISpeci.il Tele
gram to TUB Bun. ] The great scandal at thi
Minnesota state prison has resulted In tin
resignation of Warden Randall on a dlreci
request from Governor Mcrrinm , The rcslg
nation grow out of tbo scandalous charge :
that Mr. Randall permitted Cole Younftcr
the leader of the Northlleld bank robbery am
wholesale butchery in 1S70 , to go outside thi
walls of the prison unguarded and tha
another notorious convict bas'bccn nllowci
to leave the penitentiary and pass a night h
an orplo many miles away lu St. Croix coun
ty , Wisconsin. _ _
Two I'coplo Ituriictl tn Death.
PiTTSiiuno , Pa. , Deo. 4. About 1 o'oloel
this morning lire broke out In the flat owned
by Dr. Dlekson , The lower floor Is occu
tncd ns a drug storo. Two bed lei
have been taken out of the burnlni
building' , these of Mrs. Irvine , th
Innltrcss , and that of her husband. Tli
latter was huvneu to a crisp. It Is supposei
that these two are the only lives lost. Th
occupants of the building bad many uurrov
escapes. _ _
Ho Was Nut Kl
SrmxaFiBi.D. 111. , Dec. 4 , Governor Flfei
has ordered a special election December I)1 )
for representative in the Twenty-first sent
to rial district to fill the vacancy caused b
the resignation of "William 10. Collins , rcnut
llcan , of Hock Island , Collins was Ineligible
not having been a resident of tbo state 11 v
years before the election.
I'oflt mawei-n Appointed.
\VABIIIXOTOX , Dec. 4. The president ha
appointed the following postmasters : Iowa-
John Bush , ICnoxvlllo ; J. W. Stocker , Lo
gan ; Slathlol Ary , Maploton. Minnosota-
Bftinuol Owens , Tower.
Nebraska J. M. Fitchpatriek , Hobroc
Wlsconoln O. P. Stovorson , Menomonco.
Clilongo's WorUl'N Fair Hnmls.
CHICAGO , Doc. 4. Tlio city council tonlgh
adopted nn ordinance authorizing the Issue c
$ .5,000,000 municipal bond * in aid of tli
world's fair , voted upon at the last olcctloi
Know In the Nnrttiw < it.
MiMNEiroi.is , Minn. , Deo. 4. Uoport
from nearly all parts of Minnesota and Mart
and South Dakotu state that snow Im ? bee
falling nil day ,
THE CONTEST FOR OFFICE , '
The Taking of Proliibition Testimony
Began nt Lincoln Yostartlay ,
THE SAME OLD STORIES REHASHED.
Ti-NHPy Tlmt Workers aft
the 1'ollHVlui Slot Opposition
Peddled UtuliitnlH mid lluyd
UH Well nH Powers
LINCOI.V , Neb. , Deo. 4.-Spo [ 3tnl to Tint
BIIR.J A llttlo store room , with half n dozen
old tables scattered about , n score ot dllnpt-
iluteil chairs , 200 politicians craning their
nocks nmltwo or thrco lawyers shouting nt
tlio same tlino. 'J'hut is about nil thuro Is fern
n caiiaul observer to see In tlio great contest
now lu progress liero ,
'This contest U tlio result of the recent clee-
tlon for governor mid other state olllccs , It
was bej un by the nlllanco candidate. ) against
the democratic governor-elect and the repub
licans-elect for tlio other executive olllccs.
The grounds alleged for the contest are that
the election in Omaha was fraudulent , that
voters wcro tlrivcn from the polls ami that n >
general stuto of outlawry existed on clco-
day. Seine ether irregularities tire also al
leged In ether parts of the state , but the
chief point oil which the contest Is being con
ducted Is the alleged condition of alt a Ira In
The Jlrst hearing In the contest was begun
this morning In n vncnnt store bnlhllngon
Tqntli street near O. The morning session
resulted In no progress , the lawyers objectIng -
Ing to the arranpcmoiitsvtilch had been
nuulo for taking tbo testimony. Tins dis
pute , however , was settled during the noon
recess and at 'J p. in. the real business of tha
In order to facilitate matters It was decided
to take testimony for the governorship mid
the other statoofllco contests separately and
at the same time. Accordingly taolos were
drawn upon oppositesldos of the room nud
tha examination of witnesses begun.
The room was crowded to suffocation. No
cluirs had been provided for spectators and
an n consequence everybody crowded around
the tables wlicro tlio examinations wcro being
onductcd. The governorship aide of the
oem proved the creator attraction , although
10 oilier contest had n good big following.
John H. Powers , the nlllanco candidate for
overnor who Is contesting the election of
nines E. Hoyd , occupied a chair In a corner
f the room and sccmucl the least concerned
f all until the testimony commenced. Then
o put bis spectacles on , pulled out a bunch
f p.ipcr and n pencil and hitched his chair a
itlle nearer the witness box. As the testi
mony continued ho gradually edged
up nearer the witness , and finally
.cutcd himself nt the side of the reporters.
Then bo pulled off his glasses , rolled up Ilia
apor and devoted himself to listening. Oc
casionally he rested his head In bis hands ,
Mien stroked his Iron gray whiskers , and no\v
in then scratched his head. He appeared a
ittlo tired mid bored.
James K. Boyd , his opponent , failed to put
it tin appearance , but ucurly all of the ropub-
Icin conteatcrs wcro on hand.
In the crowds wound the tables thorn ap
peared to bo raoro old prohibition wheel-
horses from Omaha than anybody else. V.
O. Stricklor , the Omaha prohibition attor-
icy , conducted the examination for Mr. 1'ow-
jrs. Ho was surrounded as allies t > y , T.
Phipp * Hoc. 0.V. . Clark , O. H. ISllon. i , . L.
Abbott , Anthony Johnson , N. J. Smith , \V.
H. Prugh , S. McLeod , Mr. Sherwood. F. II.
Phlllco and ether cold water lights from
Omaha. The most of thcso men wcro on hand
o testify , but some were only liera to listen ,
As the examination continued tbo lawycra
Trequiintly objected and flights of oratory
rt'cro Indulged In. Thcjo flights , However ,
ivero con lined to the section contesting the
election of thorepublloans , mid when Attorney
Linnb launched forth with a voice like n lion
the proceedings in the governorship ease had
to bo temporarily abandoned. The uproar
was too confusing for lawyers , witnesses ,
lotarics and reporters.
The time set for commencing the work
was 0 o'clock , but owing to the multl-
ilieity of interests presented and the tardi-
less of tlio witnesses , the taking of testimony
The Independents announced themselves
reaily at an early hour , but the fact that
many of the notaries wora relatives or em
ployes for the independents , created consid
erable dissatisfaction among the executive
ofllccrs elected , nnd they declared that they
must have notaries of their own selection as
Selections wcro finally inado nnd during
the Interim the republican executives-elect
retired to a room to got themselves in battle
At 11 o'clock the announcement was mndo
that everything was ready anil the shoal of
notaries nnd reporters present gathered
about the tables ready for tlio onset. But
it did not come. The matter of notaries had
not yet been settled.
The republican oxccutlves-clcct expressed
the wish of having one stenographer and ono
notary on each side take all the testimony fet
all the executive ofllcers-elcct outside of gov
ernor , and that the testimony regarding the
contest for governor bo treated separately.
The attorneys for thu Indeiiciidonts did not
take kindly to this pronosltlonas they wished
It to bon game of ono out all out.
The attorneys for the republicans Insisted
on a division of tbo contest , and urtor consld *
crablo wrangling the counsel for the inde
pendents gave in. Stipulations were then
drawn up , and pending their preparation n
adjournment was taken untili ! o'clock.
At that hour an agreement was reached
nearly on the plan suggested by the repub
licans and the following stipulations wcro
signed by the attorneys on both Aides :
In the matter of the con tests of W. II Dcoh
for tlio nllleo of llimtonant xovurnor vi
TlioniHR J. .Majors ; O. N. Muyhurry vs John 0 ,
Allun fur tlio otllvuof secretary or stale : J. V ,
Wolfu YH John S. Hill for Urn olllcu of Htuto
truiifmiur : John Hullo VH Thonnis I * , llcnton
for thooHlcoof filato auditor ; . .I.V. . lulum-tun
vs Grnrgo Iliibtlnj-'s for the ollloe of atlornuy
L'cneral ; II. K Wright vs AtiKmtim It.
Humphrey for the olHuo of commissioner of
| m' > liulun < lsand buildings : A. d'Alloiimncl vs
Alexander K. Uoudy fur thu olllco of Btuto
superintendent of public Instruction.
It Is hereby stipulate ! anil agreed by and
between ench of tlio above imnnl contestants
and contesti'os that thi ! testimony In allot tlio
suld matters and counts Mini I liu tnkon so
fur as taken In Lincoln , Nob. , f.oii < thur bofuru
A.V. . Kfott. notary public , on boliair of nuoh
and all of llio above named conto.ilucs , and nil
nf tlio above namud contestants bhall boon-
tlllcd to liavu ono Hiviioxriiphor. The testi
mony of each of tbo wit minus shall bu extended -
tended by the stenographers for each of the
Hnld contests. anil compared coplux thureot
shall he inudo for ouch contestant and con
test ce. 'J'hat ono compared copy of the said
ovlilenco shall l > u by thu notary taldnt ? tin
sumo attached to tlio not lee of contest ot enetl
of Urnubovo contentant Incaehot tbocuNos ,
Thatoaohot thu Bald contcstantti and con-
( CHtoes wiilvn the ( subscription and tslt'iilnu ot
tlio suvenil depositions by the witnesses 10-
snt-c'tlvoly Hint slmll 1)0 iirodticeil and sworn.
That the ovlilenco ot each of the said wit-
nossi'ssworn and tnlu'ii In thonald mutton
shall be evldunco In oaob of thu said contests
nnd cases In the same manner as though
thu muni ) had boon tukun separately and
la each of the said contests , and Khali bo duly
corlilled and forwarded by thu notaries to the
secretary of stain tlio sanm UH though taken
Bupuratoly. That ouch of thu mild contestants
and each of thu said eimtostcut may bo ropre-
Bunted it v hoparato counsel or attorneys In tha
taking of HID ald uvldunro In the sumo man
ner In all respects a If taken In those several
conti'stn ht'parntuly. I'.ncli ot thu contoutcci
If they ileslro may produce ovidonuo undur
this mlpnliulon In tlio name iminner In all
ruHiitetH us the conti'Htanti. Ills oxnrosuljr
iiiKlerntood that thu klKiiliik' of tills stipula
tion shall not bo u waiver of any objection *
on the part of thu contuatceorulilior of tliein
of the rUht to make any objection or tail *
uuy eioojHbu In the coutoitu oo the vaaaa ly
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