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A, MONTANA. SUNDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 29, 1889.
THESESSION IS CLOSED.
TheFirst State Convention of the^Teachers Finishes Its Labors^at Dillon.
ChoCompensation of Teachers and^Their Terms of Service Gen^^erally Discussed.
Mi Ui lor, nt Helena, strikes u Rcyoete-^Xlif tlili. BHM fur the^(ui^. Year,
Dix.x/!^, !'^^. V ^|S]^eoiiil.l^The eon^MMM of state tiacbtrs closed to-night^niter three days of interesting work. Owing^|u tin payi Mrs of the previous ivcnir.g, tin^inception lit Gov. White's mansion mid tin^^ ^ii 11 nt the Masonic temple, the members^werc somewhat tardy iu getting MHtdi^After the usual routine Mr. Habbitt rend a^p:i|xron the nso of the study o( Lutui.^winch crciibd quite a discussion, bul the^MlhMH MMM to Im^ favorable to it*^teaching public wchiMiU. Miss ltillu^I.avion, of HntM, thought it heedless in^MUM ^ '^ ^ ' *.
'I'll.. Bxmtttei mi resolutions reported^the m .1 Hum , s'ltilly to the citizens^of Dillon. forGieirhospi'ality. the railroads^i n . i in- '.sir i^ mi km and Standard. Profen-^eorHteirc, i ' hut te, read h highly instructive^poptr i^h^. t ttii'hing, which ^ns well^l'Mv.wd and VMS tnll ..f fi d m;. .jestiol ^^The ^ !*!^^llM of Littialurc iu 1 nblic^Hc'iiki!'.^ MM I pap -r by Miss Carrie Cox,^Of Butte; ntid Professor llahn, of Helena,^n i l l paprf i^n ^ Wilting^ and Ml^practical illustration of bis methods of^tcaelum! i^ .uc uship. A paper, being a^plea for t!.i Metre system, by Professor^'1'tt p!i.'.i:cti. of Dter I.oil'.e, met with gt-n^^ral unlets, mi nt, that ^^ stein being cousid^en d in ife lltuple and i.. s-;l tbmi the MM -^lllg systems and Wl a growing in popularity.
'Hi.. !i . i'i n KC-snai tipiicd with cou-^MdefUtl no! round table topics lift over^from m-Krdnv. and .Mrs. President fMM-^mniK va nv .1 Mm chair for Superintendent^IMM The Uuchcis' uniting wasainply^discuss, d. ^uid M holding of moiitlilv^meetings win re In, or liuce tenchers hit^iishi mblcd for mutual benefit and hist rue^tiou was advocated. Mrs, Cummins tiioiu.Lt^it necessary, and Prof. Teint letun told how^the teachers at Miles City had weekly meet^ings. The salary of teachers next came tip^Hi:d was discussed at length. The malt^teachers seenied to think it outside the pi ov-^ince of teachers to; tteiupt to regulate aula-^ries, MM P' l'rof. Unwell, who it plon d the^elate of aflairs existing where any little up-^atait could go to ii comity institute i^11^ i^gritduatinc ti i,ii it high school, ami lift':^nusivi ring n ft w questions obtain a eeitili-^Oete. He v.autctl to see Ile- sinlidard of III^tern 'tualitv IM| IMMMI raised and^their sali.i n s increased, mid strongly op^^posed OOMtJf institute-. Mr.i. ( iimiiiu.^wanted ill te .eliei , I i receive equal p I)^for equal work. Mr. KupT said salmi^MM i lUW thflnulT^| the Whole qui*
tionaHlfed right lowu to lbs law of lop]^i.ud demand. Mr. I'o.t i. oi ! win Brhtg *,^made a haw talk, Lis MM l iiug that it^high^! Mil i .^ s sre di sued the |^ iip)t UiV^be eitllc .t d lo a Silise of wl., t a 0)004^t.; In r w.e.. Mr. Fltapatriek. whom the^lad i . ;:l .-...vs ill ire to Hear, mmle an illte:^es' le; tl 11 M tile MbjMt. lie said I
UifIrnr'n1 fn iitnoisnritT cMuvMii nh i.b-
since t;. a. iclive bu^iue-s lite, wiieli Ml^in-y M t i be m id , thai having deeidej to^follow 1 |e..fes-imi, a |i iMM Hll nil 1 U;^totally H w lad in his wmk, and tlM tin an^i i.il -a .u.i! lie an slier eoiisidi-r.uion.^fcW dtcd I Mil iiihtiinc s while uleat pro^fessois :,tni tate im n had U.i d 111 |^ \eif.^ThtdiwoM 1 i lied t i ueveli .p hHW Uracil,^^ffttQOtlld OClXXtiplud] the de-1.^ I ' IUOI^lie ii \ . ill:d tile ladles lilt t wltli UltUl i^exiurageiiieiit froul the i slcrin i 1.1. i! i. l,
Tvuireof Oflfo*^ was lltsfllim d b\^Misses run!lev. Koifenrath. ^^e ler, liuei^and Miller. Mr. Join , tbunnal ti ii r
ahnaldi.. kirsw lor tun |waM Uai
Kcelei.^^! i^ e.a-.u. tliui.gi.1 tort p Us)
mianuurtitut Uffva in ^owloa*|*l ic n-.^will hold le i p sit on, utut said it dapsndvu^co'si ei.ib y iq on how well lin y sUKjd u^with Um inMaM, Miuer s id MMahtfi^should lea.am as long lath) ^ doffOOd Wrofk,
audwsaoppoaMl to any apiatdt tux^, tutu
thislatter .-ill inn lit ci Her ally prev..ih...
Attnd met ^v.ii Pntatiu Utjr^ came m fo.^^neb diaoiMiuiii uw it seuned to in. n,.
Opluluntiiat tin' best way to secure Bfoap^Hll.I ii i n'-ii iittemliiiice r. sled with the bl
dividu.'.iuyat i!^^ taaahm. M-.^ ^ ^^ taaehan^MpjaiMd tbair aaethoda wl mmim ittm^di.M'e. .Miss Mmd. of HlaaotUa, hi d sever.^MM, hotaakl eiiitlnag wmuddju to gi;^tin la tin ire. Hare IM aMNMM ended, am
Mrs,Cannabis rratuaad tka chair.
'Ilie inull,.tie. mi legislationncoinnieiu!^el! !i\is,i;._; tl.e ~elnsi| .aw liv the leg, slat un^to bava a c an hi.Ui t-with State Sii|h: mt i ml
it Ouanon as chairiaan, itlnnwiy him a
aalegal i.dv,si r, ^nd the teg.stature to ap
pointmom Mitabla aataoai, who ahaJI r.
porttithe s.-eoiid atats I, gislnli.r . 'Hi^comm.ttee in col st tt:t n MO !^ nd .
cliaiiemgt he n .Hi^ to Montana Mala leael,-
era'aaa.s;iatUm. aaah Majba^ to pafaf*
0$1 for eiiiollnient; taut a coniniittee be^npi'ointi d to frame a permanent const tr.^tin,i. IbeCbaif appointed Prof. ItMrll.^Unite, prof, Young. Halana. l'rof. Tetuple
loO,Miles (' ty, as such coiuiuittee. Tl,
MOlOlittii I'll sidem's addnss n poiti i
lineng othei things the hearty endoiseiueii^of tie followiaga lit. lie, s ,n Mrs. Ciiininlii-^able p Ip ri ^ I h it schisil 0 ssions be sholt
i d troot one to three hours:', ^that h ^ i^wawkohaTa no bstacoal in schisil wot,
stayaway from tle se gslheriugs, and th .
ho , bo.iiils should more fully nppr, Clan
Ihoaawho do attaosii^ ^that ihoMaioa^of Inuiesa in cities b^ uioraaaadi
tl.it bacbera boMtttadal haul thirt^^dajra Ik fore the close of the school ^t;.'i^wbcfbar Uicjr are to nmaln liraii thafol.
I^ii ; yi...;^ ^Ml t i hi.lier st md.'.id 01
ibobtrs|i i iiquired of iMohan, am^that their prrkonnl ehMW ters he aooti n^I i o;n- .^ (be ii p u t wa^ adopted.
iifolloWiuil ottetta were MMiMMHljl^fleet .'; HlMUuVnt, I. 1!. Kusaf-ll, buiU
rior-preaidaat,Miaa Mum! Batfaoratb, o^ii- i., ^: semtan aad mmt, ntt^riupb-loti, ,.i MiUs Cttyi aorreapoodtai
c -ii, Ooohrr, id Milts ( ity: ii^| ^ ' ^ iill.l.Uee, Mrs, M. ^. ( um:..,:i-
;Mis* Oiita Kaalar. Bowooaat Too^^J. r !. IMikaa.
Uiffoitl s n a le ti decide on n plaei
; i liuui H.^ Mrst latbja bwl (auod^h.i n lost by i ma rota, rat Mrttn we'
t^ rxaootira aMwMttaa. Pn t.
.\ d all to attend h meeting ,.f t(j
-,..!iai ii. St. Kail, ot wlm ,^. i -..Ivr, ar.d sii.d tip Moot.'inn 1-^OQ sAott'd have ^be govern..r nd Ml^iwpittry t! eiu.
. i ion Mr. Kdrin Nc.rri.
um^^ uah '^''^ ^er 11 Ibllon, puuie i^. i ' . iljn.ss on the relation of iutelli^..^ t. ^ Mb aftst*waiahtMtaaaMiahafl^. i .. tut rtnf. mingled with fanw li-^^! ! ihanaa lo Iba ladiao of Dilloi^.^^ ... 'is I. ^si.it:;::!^- uteorded a.
aUOWII or kfOLTII VITAL
Workmenin a I. ^ i- t'oiiinh'v T,rrllil^^ami i ,'..' i . Ilurii. it.^ROT t)ai kavs, I^ec. ^s.^The, I'icayune's^Dallas, TeiLiis. special sivs: ^Nine men^were horribly and some fatally burned by a^shower of nioulteii metal|froiu an exploding^mould at ihe Mosln r machine company's^foundry this afti rnooti. The names of the^victims are J. A. Dabhina, moulder, body^and bead and neck fairly riddled by MMI^melting metal, left car burned off. and in^^juries which will prove fatal. John Hughes, '^moulder, bad Ins clothing burned from his^person and both eyes tilled with red hot I^metal, lie is burned from head to foot and^bad to be wrapped in eolton saturated with^oil and opiates applied. Watson, a moulder^and foreman of the foundry, was also fear^fully burned about Ma breast, neck and^an..-, but escaped injury to his eyes. The^molten metal ran into one of^his shis- s and almost cooked his foot before^he could kick it oil. He will recover.^Charles Hurst received two terrible wounds^inthebaek flow which the flesh fell in^strips and 'he bhsid mized out as his cloth^um was torn fnun him. His injuries will^keep him disabhd for home time. John^MfMahMi a workman, was severely burned^alsiut the head Slid shoulders and knocked
aeoaalaaiby a dying brick. Kd. Ayers,^Wiley Jones, Mack Huliey. Jake Mitchell^and other Workmen were all more or less^!milied about (lie head and shoulders.^Ihc cause of the explosion was the genera^^tion of gas inside i'i. mould, which was^prepared to cast a 1,1X10 pound piece, and^when tin. hot met:.I was poured in at the^on^utIi. thi' mould ^ 'xplodcd. sending about^a thousand |siunds of molten metal in a^perfect siiowi r among the men.
VIllinoi s IM Move UMtj l'^ Ml ^^^^)
it-'pjTii;lit Iss'.t by New Vurk Associated Press!
Illm is, DMb 'J1.^l'rince Hismsrck is^under the weather, but is apparently not^me of the victims of influenza. His con^^dition does not occasion any alarm, but he^is ill enongb to compel him to give up^i.i-uost entirely the t ffort to transact busi^^es, and to prevent bis presence at the^^ mrt New Year's day. His doctors oppose^i is desire t'i reappear in the lteichstag and^tot ikt part in the debute on socialist law^or military credit a or MB subject likely to^irritate him. In responding to the compli-^M nts of the diplomat ic recept ion on New^, cur's day. the i niiwror will make a short^and paciti.- declaratioti. the ptesniuption^being that the royal and imperial word on^ibis occasion ghes the key note for Europe^for the year.
AllsiK'ii tv is now interested in the com^nig mm) dress ball which the enqieror is to^^.'ivc nt tile Si'lilos*. where every one of the^nests must ap)h'iir in oriental costume.
Anexcetilim.lv interesting discussion is^c .rrietl mi in private life everywln ri', and^not without much heat, over i he MM pro-^11 eduig of the emis ror in ramiUtOB a line^of 100 marks uitlicted upon Dr. DmMTi^iditorof the Staatsburiri r It itung, a con-^-^^rvativi' sheet. which lils lli d Heir Singer,^the socialist. It attack-d hun vigorously^iKCause he poss d publicly us a socialist iiuii^i in- friend of ^he paopta, ^MM in^iai-t he is the head of a factori^lor making woman's cloaks and similar
iMinnls ui which t!ie ^sweating^ system
^ pr.ict iced at the i\|snse of many tiirls
mployrdbv him. Daohiar appaalad lo the
lOWTta.the editor was OQSdmMd and paid^^is line iu August. ThbtlMwaa ratttrnad^^. tlie emis lor on Monday last. Such use^f the royal prerogative iiatiirallv ROrprinaa^ibe people. HitUeito tin1 atrrMN of royal
'temerityhas been icstr.i ttd to st ,(,. eases.
Forthe etnperof to tuns hxtarfera and stanu^sttarm n justice and an accused panM in a^in re case of private interests is ho plain a^llbatitatiM of royal caprice for the^i IW of the I nut, that fvenhodv^aa undi rst .tid it. and then fori- cvcrvlM.iM^ia profoundly Btotsad by it. Ti t- journals
i ;ot hnaav* 'he subject, but [ha] ara
oli'.-i d to t mch ii with Me., greatest enu-
ion.for fanr of proaa^liou. Liberala of
IIsiiailes discti s it k. private, however.
tutIt is th* universal tliciuc. I lie nation
listaintenoalvracrct the iBoUtaat.andH
layainto the humls of the progressists and^^. ,:-t-. ii ttie i ve of an ahjflltoW. wltll a^.ear tlcnioustrail ui of a gross abuse of
iw-er. Thia niei lent will conlirni the na
.oiiallit', ,, In in Ihvir inclination to refuse
v.a . i s ii .stands. Hie expulsion clause ot^i i n-iaiist bul, Thia party bownrouoaaa,
se. t onipr.iniise. that it will vote fur the^Ipahdtili 11 uise if Mm nppliciition of Unit
ie.se lauaaitad to ^ockuiata proTaa to b
din conspiracy against the state,^ml U it shall not appiy to tin mere uilvn-^icy of socialism in the pn s^ or on the ros.^rum. It is improbable Mit t Hismarcli^v II accept tlr.s compromise, and the^olitical future will talo shape from Mini^a tho Stirlingpoint, Tin- liberal spirit of^ha national liberal party. ipMokaMd by the^'aeklt r Ilic d lit. will make il bBBoaaibia^f ir that party to yield on this expulsion^without Mil* party, it cannot he car-
THEREIGN OF LI GRIPPE,
TheNew York Board of Health has^a Dose of the Russian^Influenza.
ThoLarue Increase in the Ootham^Death Rate Attributed to^the Disease
DeathsIm reusluii In Pa. is and the City^It. entiling 1'ulili-Mllektii fatal^QMS In Itost.iu,
TrrrtlileSinasliup nn the ^ he*a|ieaha *^^)bii^ in t irKluia.
Cuvtiii -ion, lVc. :^.^A terrible accident^occurred this morning on the Chesapeake .1^Ohio road at White Sulphur Spiiugs, Ml^miles east of this place. Details have b en^very hard to get, the only account being^received by apaoials to Mm Daily tin/ette.^tine of these from ail tie witness says:^^Vestibule iraiu No. X on the Cbeaapcukc.l^IMilo left the track two mile, west of White^Sulphur Spring* at 7:ill this morning, de^^molishing *ix care, killing eleven people^and injuring alsiut twent^ five. The acci^^dent was caused Py a rail spreading.^The kill, d were It. 1'altkn.^tirant county. South Dakota; Kdward^llrowu (colored), Nelson Heath 'Colored',^I'. W ilson. Caldwell. Kan., Hale Morrison,^Charleston, ltnggagemaster Itarksilale,^Nkw YokK, Dec. JS.^La grippe is officially j 1'roflit, Va., Newsboy Tbompsoii, l'orts-^ignorcd at the sanitary headquarteis iu this mouth. Ohio, ,1. D. West, liowardswlle.Va.,^city. Whtn the oase of the Klniuroth , Thomas Karcach, lllackstone. Kaunas, Kid-^family, who wwe stricken down with it, waa der Kiddy. Hannibal, Mo., and one other,
EONE SURELY LIES,
TheStory of the Destitution^North Dakota Revived at tho^National Capital.
JohnMcDowell Dochiroe Senator^Pieroo Is Deceiving the Poople^of tho Country.
Iif, ' o.oi of His llrtetia Land nrttce in llir^llovey Cane Mislahied Montana
r.isl.lfll,es I 11-1 . . ,.. .1
reportedSurgeon-Ueneral llaniilton tele^^graphed from Washington asking for an^official verdict upon the report of the Hani-^sarv inspectors. Htalth Coiiuuissioiier^Hrvant dictated a rt ply, saving there was
unknown.Among the injured were.I. It.^Karesch, Hlsckstoue, Kaa., Conductor^Schweickt, Huntington, W. Vn.. It. I. Ulan-^Ion, I'aru'Mlle, Va., ttus H. Kline, Chicago,^Wm. Dell, New York, W. Clark, Cliflou
evidenceofthe existence of an epidemic in j Kurge. \'a.. 1*. B. Hnnch, John WoodMk,^this city. La grippe, however, has nowr Mleghei.y. \ a.. W. D. Clark, Nelson county^reach.d' the health oflicials. l'resident i 1'^U,H KsfeHob. Mlaekstone. Ki'iisas, 11.
-., , , , , ,.i1 . (.regorv, ^ lilt lop, \ a., arm crushtal, m-
Wllsou,of the bo.-ird of health, ih i^r^m- j (,.,tlrt|iv iiijurfd.
tratedby it; Sanitary Superintendent Wing ! 1 he tram was behind time and miming^is down with it, and half the other ofiiciuIs at the rate of forty to fifty niilm per hour
WvsmsoroN. Doc. ^. ~|Special, j^Jobu^McDowell, of Nelson counU, North D.iKo.^ta, through this morning'i Post, attacks^Senator Pierce on Mm lattei'a recent card i^warning the people not to cont ributo iiulis-^, criininately lor the Dakota sufferers. After^a statement which has a |h^1 itit-uI bent. Mr.^McDowell says ^Kwdeutly the senator I
ihssnot represent the poor of Mm suite, bis
objectbeing to cover their destitution hf Iffe MMMMW JgiaiMtf Willi the In Ion
TIKQ01BBK01 EK DOSSED.
TheA pro'ill no nt .,1 .IiiiIkc Mellalton Sal-^l^faelorv to lite People.
OTtMDM J*.^jSpeciull^ tM repub^^licans here are disgruntled nt the appoint^^ment of Judge Mcllattoii, though none of^them deny Ins honesty and lituess for the^position. Their anger is due to the fact^that the democratic position in the thirty-^fourth precinct has been supported by Gov^^ernor'Ionic. Thiiy freely accuse Hamilton^of treachery, and say that he put up a cat^hop tolntrav his party. His MMHM^was a bombshell in the republican^camp, us be resigned without any^| consultation with party leaders. It is^'evident that a row is brewing in^the republican ranks on account of his ac^^tion. The democrats, to a mail, endorse the^appoinlincnt, and Judge Mcllattoii will^open court iuesday. A row is ev|s cted, aa^the court will undoubtedly recogni/.e Sulli^^van us sherifl. and the republican incline^bent. John K. IJovd, states that he will re^^fuse to pMdMl Mie prisoners. He will then^' doubt less be arrested tor contempt of court,^aud will take the matter to Helena on hall^^oa corpus proceedings.
THECRIME OF A MftNiAC-
MountVernon, Michigan, tho Scene^of a Terrible Triple^Tragedy.
William Major Kills His Wile,^Daughter and His Baby^Granddaughter.
AI.illle Son MM BtaMM *^T tntwllni;^Vntler i lleil suit hie of the^M iii-il,-rer.
MliTKIM'.D ITS HIMI.S.
Hull Ilic II , III s siaml.
Ni Vouk, Dec. Ls.^I he wisikly ban's^^, nn i.t is , s follows: hererve decrea* .
J'..:'.:.',^^^': fpetti- dec.ca't. ft.WU. IJ*^baakaMvhoM ^*-l'^^^^ in n^m of fhi
rd. I'niice Ih-aiaick will therefore with-^d aw Mm bill ami dissolve the raichstag.
Anexchange of views with the Kuglish^g m niintnt regarding the decree of tM pro-^; . .-loiial government in Braail OOnoarllinu
iiotmuii/ itui. hasc iusid Prlnrta Bhwnaroli
0abandon bia lotrntioa to take any im^a il: ite action, lb cent tlesii itches from
Uolaw Iro have Iniaanead Kngland, Ger-
lianyand itniy lo agree 111 ignoring the^. t nr di -.tion ih creo and othar irregular^ids of the revolutionary lenders. Tin gi n-^ral cunvictioii grows In lethal ItoMW gov^rnmeiit is nn rely a militarv junto, which^i. unstable and will he swept away even be-^f ue the date to which it has postponed the^e 'lions.
Tearof a republican rising in rorlugnl.
i.seqtli lit lip ii t n t \'. Il.sloll tin fe of tilt
acMiilurikttvitbtf hi Urazil. b nneh less
oncethe character of themtivim at in Itio
1un iro has In en reviali'd. Advie-s rt ceived^icre from Lisbon sate, in fact, the repub-
jn an propaganda bus las-u paralyzed by the^lesjs/tic doui'-s iu Km Janeiio, and that
|la ic is a strong popular reaction in favor^if 11 monarchy.
Ii'0. II. I nrinly, a spi,Uaut. rh.isiriati,
MoaflWM an CMwfahMO.^Spokane, Dec. [Sjiecial]^Dr. OMfM^'. I'ariuly, iiu of UM Modtan physiciaps oi^i'list- ty. and known aa one of the most^ikiUtal surgeons iu the northwest, died^ihM t veiling from the edi cts of an overdose^if inoipliine taken Thursday night. Dr.
'analywaaM yoarioMt a graduate of the^College of PhysiehtM IMMMOMi of New^Y uk city in Ivl. lie became nddicted to^Mie MMM h ibit thro ich i xrx rimeiitin:'^ipua Liuiself. Tbc us^ of the drug MMwd^aim from a MM ^^ hue pays; pic to n men^.ke'.etoll. He was the champion MMK^:htoWer of l'rinc.tou C illeg,) wbi-n n sta-^hM of tlit't it.stitutiou.
i'oitt i I) - - MMM 1*1 Baa,
NkwVi.jiti. Dec. 2 .^The stm my weather^.vhich bus pr-vi.ih d : t sea lately haa de-^yt 1 a large nuu.lier of Atlantic liners,^t't stiirJav the Devonia was tin- only MM^ihip to rirrive, but this uioniiliK Ml Wis-^OMin. 'i a., l..vupiol: ti t .*^: it. of Ala^^an i. from lil.incow; the A Her, fi 301 m0
iMBtMm Vvtndam. from UutMiMM am.^j.- Panama, from Bordtanz, arrivad al^ftay twporMd ktormy waathar and^lead wind*. .'. nnmbar ot oMwfatMaMiv^ra ov, id!'^, but tM ibipptafl men s ly tucrt^t- no irronndi for an slaty, us the delay ia^..ud'jubtedly caused by l.i-aj w;od-;.
ofthe department are suffering from it.^rnoflicialk the it pres. ntat ivesol Mn health^department Mf probably aO.OOII persons in^New Vork are suffering from more or less^severe attacks of influenza, but refuse to^give it'Official recognition. In all there are^eighty-one meiubeis of the linsiklvn jsjlice^force autfering from la grippe to-day.
Therehas been a large and sudden in^^crease iu the number of deaths from bron^^chial and pulmonary discuses during the^week, and many phvsicians attribute this to^the influence of 'lie so-called Russian la^grip|s'. The number of deaths in this citv^during the week from pneumonia Is HSi,^against eighty MM last Mil lid from^pthisis, against ninety-seven last week; fifty^iroiii bronchitis, against forty last week;^total number of deaths this week, MM last^Week. DCS,
JohnTempletoti Ctsilidge, president of^the OMnwhtl bank of Hosl in. died this^iiinrning of M IfipM1 Ctiolitl-.' was one oi^the oltiest bank presidents in Itostou.
SenatorIngalls' attack of ^la grippi',^^Ihoiigh very w ven , was nf brief duration,^lie was able to be iiImiuI yesterday aud will^leave for Washington in night.
Alarge uuiiihei ot dsmom in and around^Ottawa are affected Willi a mild typ' of in-^llueii/a. It appears in almost every disc^complicated witu pneumonia or ueilialgia.
.1Heath ill t hieag .^CM na), Dec. I**.^ The first fatal c;ise ol^acute MaMMM ui this city was re|Kirted to^til^ health oilier to.day, the victim being^Mrs. Julia Inf ills, aged It, Health^Coniuns i on. r WMMmMM said he doubts^very inueh if it was the MmMMI discaso. but^of coa'se eoiild not go behind the reemd.^The olheials in the !.,,ilt,i depirtun lit gen^^erally are inclined to ridifuht the assert:',];^that the inllueii/t't, wh:i-ii is spreading vei \^rapidly hue, is the linnian article. TM)^say it-[in-ei,ta cm be t xpl.lined by t he un^scasonal.le weather .ami the excessive hu^^midity ot tl. atPIOQphiW. On the other^hand, many p act it- A|| phyaMMM MMM an
ilannii'gnuibt i ^t oaaM oi aoMa Mmm^and arveralof tin m who rank high in the^profi -smn are convmei ii the dMeM M the^le d ltiissinu MaHMMI. Many ch ilis mid^one or mo members of the Italian o|icra
AtDi troll inllueii/. i is prevailing loan^nlarni'.ng e.tciit. over M09 persons hiving'^suttered more or less from it. The wtirking 1^foTOa iu many stores is ( rippled, and a i^number of poltOMMB UO laid up. I lic dis-^| ease MM not proven fatal ill any case.
AtAbilt iit, Kan.. Mie bMMMM has made (
itsapfaranoti PhyalobUM any BO cases ara
untie:treatment. 'I lie disease is of a coin^p iratively 1.111 tl form.
Tin-disease has reacbtd the Pacific coast.^Taconia reports two Mt
InPhiladelphia tin re are fully ^.Villi |kt-^sol'.s tri ati d ter inllueii/i III some MMM^other. No cases have resulted fatally.
\I'iiii. in Paris.
I'Mlls.Dec.Till' MM of Mil all
frominfluenza is increasing ami the resi-^i deittsof tin city are lieginniug to manifest^a panicky faattaf. Th^ Mdilion of Da^Prayeineti tniniaUr of war, who is suffcrim-
flointhe diseas' . has ch inveil for the worse.^Drs. Rrooardal and Proust liave been at^^tacked and their condition is serio-is.
KILLEDax RMB1Y0 1011.
AmlilliixisPirrre I Ill/en- ^ hei kt. l In
Whle-Awal.eMM-Milda.^PlMM s- ^.. Dec. l^.^(ileal exciteni' iit^prevails here MM ^f m iliscovery this^in lining th il a band of aboOl a. venty-flve^settlers nttempt'd to foutld a townsit'^aerns the Missouri nt the month of Hid^| river. It is learned th.' MM has been in^1 embryo for several weeks, anil I number of^pr MMM residents of Kast Pi' rre were^| concerned iu it. The work MMMMMI nt^j IL'o'cl'M'1: last night, and all night there-^, after ui' ii with teams and loads of lumber^' were crossing and re-crossin| Mi- river, the^' peo|ile of 1'ierre kMtafl entirely unconscious^of w hat was going on. All wa nt MllMrtti^ibout II a. in., wai it a half breed who farms^the MM whereon the squatters had lo
anteddteaovafod thorn. MonrlM ^ band
offollowers, lie att iMod the squ ill^rs^'with guns, pistols anil la-soes. I hev^I laaaoed a Isiaa carpenter and
severelyinjured several of thi honn wekora.^1 Klliallv tht latter took (light being ttnable^! to hold out ill tho battle. To add to the::^! dismay, a storm of i tin and s ei t set in,^I and one by um tin y MMa ttru hUb| HOfoaa^I tin- river, drei.chei. aMliM rroSMI and II^I number of tlitm hteritM( from bruises and
'.v aunls. Thahalfbraada aaonrad the lum
I!^er, piled it up and sit tire I , it and m .^marks th
vastcolumn of flame aud smoke, visit^in ie. while th-veils nf the v.ctoiiom half-^breeds, iniiigi.'d* wiih an ooMU'onal ptelol
shut,can plaiuly be btHid mi tins s.de.
Tlteo.r.-r MMiw^St. Lorn, Die. \ sa c: .ifr.un Table^qit ih. CMmMn Nation, to the Itepnblo^saisthe Cherokee council adjourned sue^die this morning, lie fore the business wa-^Mally oolicludisl a letter from the Cnited^States commissioners wan u id. It said it^substance, the government being MMitliBf
tobe ambarraaaed in the slightest danrw
l.vauvcouiin which may brroaftet be pui-
suiiiwitii Mfarat aa to the CM tokca ootlat,^by lifving any offer cone, mm /1 ht ^ penii^ing. it witiidritv.'-i the offerof mnM i .id^to ^ui i IhafolWM mid lo whMn Mt aationa,
aouii'';lhhsiii'ide 110 iesp .ii..'.
ARciotutlnn In Sun Salt.t.loi.
LiImmtmi Dm -^ ^a imoMMm ha
brokenout in the departmeut of OMMMM^S ::i MdvadOT. It is .a ailed by ii Qm^mMm) Om Jirv.is. who haa a atron^foroa under hire. I he departments of I.^.'a/. Chalatanado and Hon tMTvMtec ba
tendeel.irrd in a state ot sieve. He got^ifMMnl has unit about eight t ho i-mid ui^ :
ti nptm OojMafM** uUU MffiMi IM^i evolution.
Ihe wreck occurred on a fill over Jury's^run, which is P.lt feet high, kind to Is the^highest till in the I mted States. All el the^killed were iu the smoking car. which was^telescoped bv nno'lier cur. I'.very istsoii^in the car wits killed evct pt the MMMMfi^who, thongh terribly in hired may recover.^It was a fearful wreck, and Ibe damage to^the railroad cannot be estimated. Luckily^the cars did not take fire, tbey being MMM^lit steam. Ihc engine did not leave the^tails. The rear sleeper bad the^front ti ticks mi the ground and re^^mained on the rails. Dr. W. I*.^Caldwell, the only physician in White Sul^^phur, repaint! to tin scene of the accident^and did all in his |K)\vet to alleviate the^suffering, but could only help one person at^a tune. After sonic tune 11 number of dia^^lers from all along the line arrived ami^wotked ha,.' and faithfully among |M stif^^le:: i ', and ladies of t lie viciuit I turned out^afl masse Mai too lurch cannot Is- said ill^praise of their untile t floits. Statements as^to the cans, of the accident vary. Some say^tin rails spread, i it In r reisirts say th- rails^\u re worn out ami the ties rotten. Among^Im llljllli d were scve.iil of the Karl ti.ild^m r I'ueiitncal company, one ol whom will^probably die.
Ilo^nl vViinl lo lie, nine t HlaOM.^I/'NIKVN, Dec. 1^s.-A Huge limnber of for.^ei' i, residents of 15rnr.il have protested^aeainst the naturalization selielne of ttie^provisional eoveriiment. A numlsT of^Krciich rctu .-i es, (ii rinan and Italian mcr-^clianls nt,d other residents doing biiniucaa^iu lirazil, have np|ilu d to their governments^I ir protect on. They stiv they do not wish^to interfere with ilra/iliati polities, mid will^na submit to the loss of their nat ional^rights. Should tin* nroviaionnl v iveriiment^dSpMoMMM rights, they will UOVO the^c 'lintiy .after dMpaMU ot the,! biisim ss to^th- datrinient of Hrazil. Mason den I'em-do,
It, bwparlal wMdaM ol Bnail to I nglaml.
is|ii, paring a paiu|^Llet in which he w ill^i v, a I the intrigues of the republicans prim
toUm overthrow of Um empire.
MwM h.v a \ laan.
Hiin . Die. :'s. i S peciiil, i George H' l-^doin. of the le gal firm ol Melti ide A llal-^doiu. was att i ked this MMjMMlM the^IKilice court by a woman from the tutigb^part of town, named Mrs. tiodclieanx. The^attorney's face was considerably clawed up.^mid il took several p iliccmtn to tlrag her^away. The judge fiuetl her if'^l ami costs.^The case was about a row on Galena street,^km] a badgering cross-i XKii niation made^the woman furious. Ihenflaii has erealed^quite a MMMMMt,
Serioust llatge- tgalnsl I'lti-nrll.
London,D. c. is,^dipt mn O'She.i, ex-^meinbi r of the hous^ of MMM has filed^a petnion tor divorce from his wife oil Mie^[*ronndof adultery, n iiuingCharh nStewart^Pariu ll as Me co i. sp indent. 'I he specific^acts are alMfll d to have taken place, during
ip.: i ^d extending, front April. WM, to the^date of pMitton, at Klthajn, No. S3 York
leirace, tho res tlenet of Mrs. O'Shea,
itRente' Park, Brighton, Adduigton and
-w.s.X.in an interview to-day Captain^O'Shea said the charges we e true. ^Of^^ air e,^ Ml added, ^I do not claim dam^^ages.
MHdOMW ill l l'.'llt Hie I i delation.
Pmsutin.ii, Dec. l'\-lt is learned today^from a reliable bo'HC^ that at the MMo]^nuetiii, of Mie National liuilders' Associa^^tion in St. Louis in it month, steps will lie^IMMMtoWnpOM the eto|it-liour movement^proponed by the American 1'eih ral loll of^i.alsir. ll is said thai the united stand to^M taken by tho builders may be the first
igaMMthenxovamanl if the aMpteywi at^^tempt to enforce it.
... a - ^^I.ung I.Ivr AmMo !^LmMi IH-c. aH. - II.e MNWMf of pro^^claiming bis majesty Carlos 1. as king of^I'ortueal and Algarve took place to-day.^The weather was cloudy, but it hail noeffect^upon the crowds of enthusiast ie jKMiple who^throngl d th^ streets thr e.gli which the king^, .1 on his wav to Mie piihe e of Ni ecssi^laths. Hi, king lett the castle at II^o'otock and the journey to the palace, win ri^he tool: tin oath of olhce before the 0 irtez,^wan mmle v.ithoiil the MMflMM ^f any^incident of an unfavorable character.
ii nii i hi ins ttainod,
boaAm,11 M ^ lib, Dec. L's. -Ibe flood the^h.-i l^w doy ^ has caused th* i u-r lo cliunge^its oour.e n few milet below the city and^cut n MW ch'iniii'l, turning Mm water on
i:nt MmM, ThaownoraMMM the propM*^i v is damaged to the eitant of b df a million
II that marks theproapaMhre town lite Ii n j dollars by the bulk Dtiding of the stream.
n.Ithat tbec.lyol Los AugtMisMaM
TheA on DteaMMtaM^IMMM Dec. The report coui-s fr un^st. peti t .burg IMMMM is some disaffec^^tion in tlicanuy, uad st vend arrests have^'i-eli in tde of officers who have gin n free^vent lo Ibeir opiiitons. Tha MtaMMt ol^ear, it ia a ltd, Ii rajliaoilun I ha grievance..
whichgave rM to Ihc dltiwlMUlll.
CoMonOoea i p In taMMM
V'.'io. Mich.. Die. ie-. -The C.t,z In'
m honae, mM dning tfln bales of iMton,
inittlt i-it i. t t( ct with :^.^^^! ml freight^^ irn. l ie tiro was 'he most disastrous bj
biaeitit 'i manyyaara, XMloaaaoiMtra*^;ule eskiO.OuX); uumiauce .ilaiul two-Mind ..
Im:i lam MM M the .lurv.
litnn, lice. V.^ [Hpcoial.1^ Tbc long^l.-nwi: oat preliminary e: .'ion of Jo-^lIi IS ill ,e for tbu I.-.U:.. of bis wife.^IttIM MM'MfOf Mi aMMMn) to-nigbi. The^lootingOOaotTC'tl four weeks ago, and ti t^xamination mm Inated IwwwaaMk The de^Me win ihat the WoiiiaunttHeked Ilnirie:,^i, a domestic row. an I the fatal MM win^I red accident ally. IMrrMN was held t l tin^^rjud jury, bis bond being placed nt ft,'*^.
hisown private reasons, which he knows'^only Mi well exists., that more dupes may^be lured into this unfortunate country, by^the wily pMMMMMi Hm years of Mtti^work and only one crop. The senator MMM |^be revengefully ignorant or else washes to^mislead i he claimable people. Had not^the Christum women, who were only ttsi^well Informed of the terrible destitution,^gone for totbe charitable wan hi with then^t-ale of was^, cotlliis instead of provisions^and clothing would be needed in this proud^senator's state before the approach of^spring. Shame, to let the words of one^man weigh against the terrible want and^distress of thousands of farmers ami their^helpless wives ami children. These are^facts mid can ls^ verified by^John MiDowEi.i. Nelson county,North Da^kota.
l'nstmM * ppotaMat,^Poatmasters wire appointed today as^follows: Montana, M. II. Hutch, Hurst.^Meagher comity. North Dakota, S. K. Piv-^ley, Churches' Perry, Itainsev county; G. p.^Bart lot, Puiicrtou. |^M hey oonntyi w. .1.
Iforgndge,Claud ll ulior, ItanMa) count \:^Silver Leaf, Dlckev county. K, J film qui^1 he |Mistol)ice at lirewer, Chotcan ooonty,^and Vaughn, Lewis end t btrke coiiuiv.^Mont., were to day di-'i ntHilled.
MMMMad1 in- iiei. n.1 tinii^-.
AssistantAttoiney Gem r.d Chandler, of
theinterior departlit, to day tiled a tie
cisiunsuslitiuiiig the action of the land^office at Helena in refusing the application^of A. S. lliiu v for a return of his first cash^payment on his ent rv of desert land. The^land was n tract ut MO MM ill MMM It'.
lowfMMpHO W., ranM E W. Im mm MM
cialnthriued a decision ol the MMa at^I'arg^. cancelling A. M. Italdwm's home^^MMl entry for the southeast uuitrler of^section 1'.', township 140, rani;' Oil W .
tamateieoaHlaMrlona.^The sixth annual meeting of the Aim man^BMtotMal MMMMm MMM lo-dav. Pro^^fessor George L. Ilurr,ofCoruclltinivcr.it.,^th livi red nil addles ! 1111 tbe liter dure ol^^MMnfi Kx l'rt siih iit Andre* D. W hite,^of Cornell, folloivtsl iu a MP*^ Mt ^ I^Catechism on hevolut iouar\ lb net ion;^^lb ibert L. Mills, instructor in history in^Cornell universitv, ,u^ the ^I reueh lb volu^^tion 111 San Domingo;*1 Clan nee W. BuWlW,^I'll. I)., on ^Newly Discoveiid Miiuuseript.^^Id intiisceiiei h nl the Ainei ican War of^lmh |s lnh tie^, by LwdWafi Hi.run \on^Closeii. tioV toCoOnl Ih lioehan.l'eatl.
Ml(s. RDWAEW M IT.
I'll,-l.esil.-r nl a ^lnli anil Ills rolhiurrs Ml
i'.,Hooey DonMayoa^^BMMUMb Kan., Dec. Ml Mrs. Margarit^Kdwnrds who, in companv within rhusbaiul^4MMM lidwaitls, was mallreatt tl by a mob^of men on suspicion of having murden d^I and MMWIlled the remains of little Sail it^KliKMiier, b is brought suit against D. II.^I iltoii, h nb r of the mob mid sixty -five of^his MteWteH for fcl'VOII for injuries re-^ceivetl at their hands. Mis. Ltlwards and^M MMMMI wer^ Lung up b] the ini K M^^eral times until life was marly extinct, in^the effort to make them r. veal the place^w here Miev MM hidden I ho remains of the^child. The child was afterwards found mi^the doorstep of a neighboring bouse uniii-^juit d.
strikeof Hallway Ciiinliii-lnrs.
CMisnati, (j.. Dec. 'J)*.^The contemplat^^ed strike at Somerset, Ky.. by the conduct^ors of the Cinoiiiuati Southern road is not^regarded by the officers here us formidable.^Within tiie last ten days nine condnctois^have been discharged at Somerset, which a^the mil of a division and the headquarteis
ofthe mptrintendent of traMportetion.
Thecause of Mie discharge was the refusal^to leave an organisation polled the flfolbet^h'Kid of Koilwn] Colltluctors. It is allied to
MoBrotherhood of Bail way EmMoom. It
isHated that Aithur was M Somerset In^help make a coiupromisc, but ini|iiiry f.ula^to MMIM the NpoMi
PteflaMtvitit ih,- daMortooM^Nkw Vobk, Der. Mi ObMM Ii. Plmthas^received fiom bis correspondent in llra/il,^. who is one of the lending republicans of the^MHikf a letter to the t ffeet that the Itrazil-^' inns have been very much plenai d with the
'tappoct and eympnlhy of the press of Mm
Iluted Mates, which is iu marked contrast
toninny art ic Irs w Inch have In en received^: froia the press of Lurope, I Ins fact Flilll^! ^ l iti s is going to have a moil beMfMhtl
effectin cementing and furttmring the rela.
lionsbetwet i^ the great republics of Norib
8t.OMVM Minn., Dec. I*.^The first gen^^uine blizzard of the season struck this city^this BftotMM I ho storm began at I^o'cloch and is still raging with unabated^fury. Much mint is already fallen and^trains will iinJo.ihtedly be blocked. I
DwMMMinn., Dec. U-. ^A beavy snow^^toliu, ^MOMPautod by high wind, has bei n
ragmgail night, poan arc entortained that
tinrulrOOda may Is hlockatled.
Thet y 'lapr.. .', ,f Hilt/ll. who *1^ V|si^^IngOaofto, with Dom Pedro, died Tester,^my. Il is lielieved In r d alh n unite 1 ti.m,^lenit disease.^The illiifss of the empress of Ilrazi t^ssmiied an bMimMs phase yoaterdaj
MMMMi Dom IVJro Want out for^iroiuunsde and v sited tho museum of lint
.Ms,He wna fottad there by tha Hraaillai
oiisul,who bad been despatched to hast' -^ns relurn to the hotel, hoOKM the DOOdl^i^ii of the emp'eks had sinliiniy becona
irttkal. Ilefore Doui Pedro urrivtd tn
hr.P\i i . Ills'. ^JS.^(Special.I^ The an-^r.oaiicemeiit made to-dav that tin Manitoba^would open its Pacific coisi line via Untie^and the I hp ui Pacilic was MMIIMMl Mj^that company's Competitors. i'liis route^was closed just nt the time of the consuin^ination ^if the ileal betweci'the I iiiim Pa^^cific ami the Northwestern. Il was sup^^posed tins agreement carried with it an^abrogation ot all oMu r tralli ^ agreements,^but evidently such is not the case, for the^Manitoba is uuaiu solicit mg biMilit ss. both^passenger and freight, vin this route. Kates^nre quoted to all poMM reai la d by the^I 11 lott Pacific, Oregon Slimt Lute and Ore-^gm It ui tav A Navigation. This opens up^another route lo S|sikanc Palls and givta
thoseiMorvatedUm cbotea of throe Inns
fromSt. Paul to that point. I hose are the
NorthernPacific, direct, the Manitoba via^I'.iittt. and the 1 MmM via IMu OUp
fatals\N P1AKCDJ0U flWL
PbffOOWomen I.,ise I'h, ir l.lt es In a lltlrtl-
iui;' ^ a ..... Mouse.
Sn Putsi'iMo, Dec. L'S. 1'ire is'Ctirred^last night 111 old St. I 'h .tins' church, a^building mi Market street, opposite the^Ibildwin hotel. The lirst and second Ibsirs^an iisi d lot stores ami ollices mid the upper^tl sirs bv looiiiers. An old lady. Miss Copc-^land, was overcome by smoke, fell into the^flames and perished. Miss I'vans, who at^^tempt, il to 1, s, ue lie:, was severely injur, d.^Two firemen aero badly iiijurtd by a fall^^ing bidder. After the tiro was oui it was^fonnd that two more ptmoM bad |s rished.^I ho bodv ot Mrs. Ci'uwi'll, a roomer in the
boiidin'.was MmM lying mm Mm thrcsh-
nM^I the i'lioin tluoi, whi'le she had been^OVeTOQOM by MwOMMMs, 'I'he MMfl of a^WKsbeiwomnii. who was known as Ida. and^who Used to room with Mrs. Crowell, was^also found w it ti tnat ,^t M MIhipeMnd, II ah^worebnrnedbejuawlreeu union. Mra.Klbv-
iibelhI.t.ins, who went tithe rescue of MM^ConoMnd. wi s oveieonie In -moKc anil fell
Ifainting to the Mmw. OnntaM ist s, bow
cmr, rtished inio Mn building ami cainul^I heroin m an HMMMoMtM condition, she^will recover, fireman isignu and Police-
iman W illiams w^ lit to the MM of Mrs.
Crowelland In r son, who were iu the attic.^I L gun was overcome by smoke and f, II an-
eonaeJ'Mato the floor. (Mteer Williams^i to. k young Ciiiwell out ami tiu n retailed^I for Logan, whom he carm d into a place ot^: MfMy. Me then n turned lor Mis. OroWolL
butv. as aim si saffoei.led. and withobiiued
Ito tetreal to tavo biaaael/. Login mmm
Comred and went lo work.
BOILED\% a It \ 11! TUB.
1lie Horrlbto VMa M an \^eii PonUyM
IuKnltoiiiit. I ml.
MmMUMNM.D^s'. I'h.^A Sentint l special^j from Kol.omo. Intl., says: a |sculiarly hor-^llble ui-ckIi III oecurreil here last night,^which crei.t'd a great sen ntiou. .lohu^Clarke, a vn II to-do fafwMff living near tow a,^who m afflict, tl Wll b paralysis, lias bet II lor
MMmanllia tali Ml hatha M Tykle'a both^risiin. Veaterdny evonhMJ TyUa put MM^into a bath Mb at M o'clock, and^left him l i him. If. wluh he
eui'iigedin revelry with wrmi numpanhma
I'yfcloliaalh went lo bed ami forgot the^p itn iil whom h^ had I II 111 the hot bath^with Ibe gas I 1 in tig nndemoath the tub,
lb-fonutl t 1.11 k nut. morning uV ad with the
skinall p ebaj off Ins bodv, as Wl II us |mr^t lulls of 1 he lit sb. He was literally boiled^to death, boblg powi rless to It. lp himself^out of hll BWfnl situation. He has a family^of grown children and was about seventy^years old. Tykle Is in jail BWaitMg the^n ^ ult ol the coroner's Inqnaat w hu h will be^' held Monday.
Proapaei 1,1 4notbor isit Mllwni atrlho,
tatMtCm, Dec. I'*.--The grand gnt-v-^MM MMMiMM of the Urolherhood of loco^niotiM emtliieera held I MMM to day^I 111 this city with committees (MM the^' biull.i 1 hoods of locomotive fireman and^brakeine.i. 1 he object of the conference^j waa to try to convince, lie I rn ofJMMM that^' they were wrong iu NMM4Mj lour engi-
noonwho bod rofnoad M iMtejfibi to tht
newlaws est iblisbeil bv the Liu The in w^laws lequiie all trainmen to wane MM
Mtkmfrom the oumpony M oaai ofaooMont,^icqinri fmMhl aoginaera and brakomen M
becomeMaponmbM for tl'tliiage to tlelght.^i.ntl railway property 111 case of uccid.-ut,^ami n quire engineeis to go through a civil^awvtoa examination, Tim oumtuittetk. will^recommend U* tM gawornl DoiuinittoO*thal^the four 1 ngitieers be re-instated, and the^new iiih. In- abolish'il. If these MMM^111e11d.it ions are not ad ipted, a si ri ki m ^he^whole l.i ie s' MM Will probably occur.^ a '^
i.tMm 1 in MMnMfii^f 11111.110.111, Mo., Dee. ^. Tallies Ma^guirc. jiirt arrived from McPall. aiiys Preaa^Howard, who murdered S-his Pall, at that^place, last Thursday, will be lyii'-hid before^Biornitig, Hundred-of m 11 have been con^gregating at the t iwn ill day, and were^watting f,^r uigliifall to attack the jail and^secure t he pi .souer.
HoclKSTEH,Mich.. Dec. i'\^A cold-blo. [^^ed triple murdi r whs committed two MM^nort h of Mount Vernon last tugiil by Wil^^liam Major, who killed las wile, daughter^and granddaughter. Major, who ia .VI^years old and a well to-do farmer, went to^Home yesterday and came home cheerful.^His daughter, Mrs. Joseph Depew, of Hr.tn-^don. and her little, dauglitei, were visiting^Ihc house, and after a conversation tin,^family retired. Tbe people were but fairly^uslccp when Majoraed In ...m :1a
workof slaughter, lb took a revolver ai l^shot his wile as she 1 ly asleep, putting two^bull, Is into her body mortally woumlii g^ler. The noise of the shooting nwnkelied^the others, but the murderer did not Ins:-^late. (Springing into Mm apart^uient oocupied bv Im daughter^and her child he coolly lint^at Mrs. De|N'W. t.d win n be fulled to kill^her. he procured an av md knoclo d oat In r^brums. He then pulled the little .'rautl-^daiighter from under the bed jtnthingand^with one blow of the al split her head open,^killing her instauMy. Major Men MMM^into a room where Lis little son sh ;,t ami^gro|Mil altout the bed for him. TM UMM^lad had crawled under the bed for .aft ty.^As be beard bis father aearching tin r :i^he said: ^Are you going to kill me. too,^pnpn'r
No.tnv son.^ replital the uiiird'm r. ^do^not be afraid; 1 won't hurt y. u. When I^.un gone yon can gel (IM which I will leave^you and divide it witii your - I
Thenbe hastened from tin h,.u ic. II.^boy gave an alarm as sunn ash d^the neighbors found -Mi-. Major si .11 alive.^She cannot survive. hoMWil. [1 oMM^I wo were instantly kill, d.
Dr.Major's body was to-day found in ^^barn. He bad committed s-.-.i.-nie b; b'.:: ;-
BIOITshot it OBI tim i:.
Itllehers in lilt- Smith lake Ilic l aw in
Chviiixston, H. ('. Dec..'-. - A mob of sev-^i end hiin.lrcd Men reaciuHi tin ...I , sini-^| well court house al If o'clock this lie 'ning,^iiver|siwered the jailer and tool, on! i t: hi^MMJMiMrgid with murder. Th. wt :c^lliph y MMM and Made II Adams,^I charged with MM ring a man MM BM^^fermau, and six others charged with uiur-^i tiering young Martin. The prisoners were^I taken out of town ami spot to daoth. The
jailer was tied and foiI to at e nip tiv tint
Ivnchers.'Ihc whole thing w ... Qui J noted^in n very skillful mime t. iueottMMMof ihu^'.own not knowing nnytbtag about it. A^, great mmMM of iogroi lareoolloeted at Mm^seem of the lynching and more trouble is
Thetollowing statement, ^a tl bv BM*
artAldrich. Mike Hrown. George H. ^t^William McSabe and .braes A. Jenkins,^sonic of the most promineiit and mil .etitud^c tizi us in llariiwe.l, have si ni I ^ the V
andCooTMTmotpMnalMnolthe horribM^bulchei v tif defense! ss no iple al I it t phtoa^last night. Oct. Mj MM John IL Hefferm t ,
amqMimmI yonng merebant ami a j iblkv^spirited citizen, wm shot down and killed^in Bamwailby nogroes. Public indbruntion^ran very high, threula ot lynching being^freeh made, bat ware diverted bv cooler
eiaiii..|.At the li t term of cent Mm^^.^rami jury found IM bills against Mm^murdeters and their aeoeaeoriea, but tne^cases were coiitiinu d. The w hite people^were disappointed, .md li e eIt is
thought,wire emboldened by this^disposition of tin MMtor. Dec.^I'i hums Hrown. a p lltOttt^lender nnd a leading eitlsenoi Pish Pi nd^township, was she* to doaM Oil i IOWg
pfembwabynegroeawitboal tin . :^^ .t^justiiicnlioii or etonae, The murderer has^not been arrested, llecember llth. while^going frxan Mo More al Martin's station to^Ins house, a mile awav, Hobert al rtin. a^vouii^ man of high standing, waa fo I laped^by a negro ami shot in tho be ring of^Mgroeo. wbooa honaea were nil a round the
pot where lie Was shot, Mid who . dmil^that they heard the hot anil cries, and none^of them went to bia body, although it lay M^tbe road for sever d bourn afMr dnyli a^ ut^pMin view ill tht in all.
Itwas satisfactorily established n ' li s^murder wan the result of^ cousp.r.cv to^remove lum ill order thai thMt IMmM up ui^I he pMutatlun of his father might be^great-r. The uitit di rer, that is the UOgru^who fired the shot mid his acoesaorit ;. nine^in mmMw, ifMf bt Mg dearly Identifl d bv
thecoroner's jury . we. ^^ arrested an 1 I^u jail. These Scleral brutal murdfera of
pMnuMMwiuie Men lo nagrooi m i i
stateof Itldiunatloll ami mMOtaMBl a Ulg^the peopM that can be better lli.agna i l hall^described, but ORttnot be imagined by any^^one not MMMM in ^Ut- n^ -'^ List i [hi a^large body of armed men. in diaguise, at^about '.' a. M . Mlllnflil tie jail, ovi ^ pind
Mmjailer, look out the six mnrdei i- ^i^Marten ami two ol ttefl ruutx, took th ^^to the limits of tbe c u p rat t ui and shot^then: to death. I ni- aiplaMtion ol the^causes which led lo the lyiieliin ^ e set^in the opinion of law-.lb ding Ml Ui M^any way justlfv the atruotoM murder of^eight defenceless human being- The^greatest indignation is expressed at th bru^^tality. All is quiet iu MtruwiU I u thil
ratten ti Ad ^ ten,
rmall who wants I i s'icni^^il
said tht oh!
A\ouu_ -^Ufa should it t cards IWM^! gellt lellllltl to his UOO.
Yes,sir; but euppooeaMok jm,t o|miu..^for ft.1 and you had Jack high, what would^ion iio'r
In:.^ aid the venerable sir-, as he
airalrhoilbbi ear. ^IwonulMllI let cards
alone. 1 si.md pal ami bet the limit.^
Hiichant i ruvular,
Oneof the b i.iiil of eduealioii. going his
ronndaMan amstenr, put tin- following
nue.-tlonto a MboMf in n country m'hool:^^How do you pirse, Miry milked the
Punii ^C m i, a noun, fetiiinine gender,
Ingmir numbor, third peraotx, and stauil.
.ti..mis for Marv!^ exclaimed 11 ^ of tin^bo ird] ^I, |W do v.e. make t nut out'r
Jlecaii-e,^added the intelligent pupil^^if the eow didn't st itnl lot M rv, how^t ould Mary Muk her.'^^T'exa.s Sifting*.
evening,ulthougu trouble has ben^puled and may yet come.
(rime iu New Ifawpablro.^Coxronu. N. IL. Dec. -In view ef the^Is r]^ i1 *t ion of various heinous crimes in^ibe slate recently. Governor G.sleU tit M|^issued a proclainat on attHhUting tti m to^t.ailuie to enforce the prohibitory laws, and
..lung on all muuhxTpal and other oflMora
lidlaw-abiding cil./. lis to use tie.: best
,tiort a toward aertiflni tin ii an ton m m ut.
shortin III- Act limits.
Mi'NIlWOMs.Di C. 1'\ 11.ii nf
theday here is Mie discovery Hint M. nascb,^MMMMI seen tary of tie 1 inn :s' BnildMg^and I^ian asaoceit' .n. i- short in his nt-^| counts. Tho tlis.'repano isiatnaited at^f'JStOOO. Moussch is .otxi.un to MnM a^settlement and it is not liki*y a eruniual^pMMttM will follow.
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ThreePal illy Injured.^CiM.iNsvTi. Dej. lis.^An explosion in *^sawdust chuto m the showcase manufactory^if IMMMM * Co.. this afternoon. i^i breo peraons fatally. E. lotiise went into^i be cellar with n lighted candle, and going^near ttie chute un explosion followed.