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DrSTliT. Ori"Ostte thejwstofllc
traclf J -without pulu.
J. U. KOIXAS. M. U.
riiyeldan. f urgen nj Aeaoichcar. nepood
promptlrloU calls atJayanJ night rittnld
to his office, south Mile of Douglas avenue br
tween MarLet anJ llaln trc-eu. over Ifc.lter'a
rurultare tore. I'articnlar attention to all
Internal Affeetiocs or the Throat. Cbest. Abdo
men. I'elvls, Kcrrea, Connnements aud Dleeaa
n of Women; and ecnllar to Children;
Wounds, Fractures , Dislocations, Eruptions,
Ulcera and Tumors Consultation persona ly or
by letter In American, as well as the German
int. s-. v. nicimoMi.
Uagnetie i'hyIdsn. Cures dlfeasei or evrry
name ana nature by mag etlc treatment, wim
out medlclue. JHt cures are einedy and fier
raanent, and charges rerbonable. DiagnoU
and con&ultatlon Tree. I'JirtW froni adiatancc
can bnanl with him a rcaaonahlc rate, ciffloe
on soath nater.lreet, WlclilU, Kausas, t-
5Ultrly , , . . ',
Treats Catarrh of the Head, Mr and Noe, ?ere
111 root T.iilllitl. Acute and Chronic, and
Lun gASeetinn with Coni.nnU Oxygen, or
the Sirny treatment Oflire In Kerrell'a block,
oio5ie the l'uistoltice. (Jihce lionrsfrnm 9a.
iiito 2 ji. in 171
J. It, XcLVUUHMN', M. II.
xlectle. fliee and residence 411 Xarth
"JIalu-lrret, eat lde. betvtien Third 6tret
Jtnd Central avenue, ichila. Kansas. Chron
ic acd Female diseases a f eciIty
C. A. XrilOX,ll. UT
I'll tlcin and amgeou. Office at. I. I".
VurloDsV, Koutuwc-t corner Topekaac
and Fir-l istrcet. dlTl-lf
G.JI. TEnO, M.Il , -r--rinslclan,
rgeon and Accoucher Dleaes
of Females rjieclalty OITice ner I'ollool. A
I'earce's, Door No. t Iterldenre f. South
EmMii la avenue till Iff-it I V llealy's
landolllce promptlr answereil dlt-lf
Mia. Dlt. SEXTON.
The noted magnetic healer. Is located at Xo.
C30 North Market street, where the aick and
suffering may leciive the benefit of ber wonder
ful healing power Charges reasonable.
Attorney-at-law. Office on Douglas avenue,
over I.yncli'a dry goods store. 129-un
V. SI JOHNSON. JI. D..
Ilomarapathlst Temple block, thlnl stair
way north of postotsce; Wichita, Kansas.
Office hours from 7 to S a.m., 1 to 3 and 7 to B
p. in Chronic dueascs a sieclalty 123-tf
G. M IllISISrE, M. IlT
Office and residence. 311 Douglas avenue,
south sld. ltaruesblock, over Derby's Iniple
mtnt store, ichlta, lanas. OIC! Im
Dlt. H L. DOVLK,
Dkntihi OlLce over Itarne-4 A .niii', drug
lore. Centennial block. Ichlta. 41-
G. W. C. JONES.
Attorney-at-law. Office In Eagle block, over
Hovey i Co.'s dry goods store TS-JO-tr
Du. W. S. jTcISUUNIeT
Formerly thvslcihn and surgeon to the Ixjula
ville City ami Marine hospital, and late health
officer or Springfield, Illinois, has located at
Nu. 19 Main street, opitoalle the jiostoffice,
for general practice. Special attention paid to
gynecology, electric and galvanic bath-. Of
fice hours s to 10 i.x. and 2 to 4 r, .,' and at
TKItltY A DUMOXT.
Architects ami Superintendents. Office In
Itoys' block. Wldiita, Kansas. 2-tf
D. IV SMITH,
Dcvn'T Kagle building, Douglas menue,
O. It. Deutley. It Hatfield. J. C. Kentlrrl
ltKVTLKV, llTFIht.tlA IlKXTLEY.
Attorneisnt Uw Office In Terrell lilnckup
lioille 1'ni.tnnlie. 'Vlclilta. Kai d!7S tf
I WUPAW. l.CO. . JH1AJ18.
ADAMS A, ADAMS,
Attornejy at Law. U III piacllre In slate and
federal cuurt Oflice In Engle Itlnck, Wichita,
ll.Wtltl? A ItAIMilS A FlIthltAUGH,
Altorue.ai Ijtw, Comiuercial bbtck, Hlcli
Attokski at Law, Wichita. !edgulck county
AinNii (JCjre In (.eiitrnnlnl IHiK-k.
J W OOLLINfis, UOttT. M VIKTT
coi.i.i.m;- a n tt,
Allornesat Law. U'lll practice In both state
and releral oiiirt Ollice in temple block.
Main street. m-cmI -tairwNi north of rotl
flice Wlcliltn. Kn-ne
rhyt,lclau aul snrgeoi. ilfliceover Fuller A
Architect ami urlatemleat. oCice, hmll
Werner, block, Dougla avenue, letweeo To
peka avenue and Ijiwrrnre m., U Ichlta, Kan
Dentist. OfficelnJTemple block. 1-tr
STAM.hV A WALL.
Attorneys at Iiw, Wichita, Kansas
3cr Citizens' 'isi.k
. D kllik,
Atlomev at I-aw IConm . 1
olbre building, Wichlia, kuli
The Photographer. Pictures In all sizes and
styles, lie also carries the finest assortment
or picture frames in the city. Givo Mm a
friendly call and examine samples. d-i-tf
J. p. iicr.Tos, r.v asTLir
HOUSTON A IlKSTI KV,
Attornevs at I.aw OCice over Kansas Na
tional banV Wichita. Kan
STOVKK A ItACHTKL,
Contractors and builders, on Klrt street, west
of County building. i
Auctioneer. Clearwater, Kansas. IOs-Siu
J. t. LVIJCK.
Attorney el Ijiu. W Iclilta. Kaunas
E O KCGCLr-N
Attorney-at-law. Office oer No. 3i, Main
Mrtet. Wichita. Kenwe Si-
W. K WALKhK.
Attorne at Law, lilice over Kana Na
D. A. MITCIIKLL,
Attorney-at-law and collection agent. No. It
Iain street. Wichita. Kansas. 1J7-U
it. C. SCHItOEDKH,
Physician and urgeon. Office and residence,
west side of Main struct in W. Winch's new
bulldlniyiear postoffice. d-lir.'- n.
DIl.J. E. OLDHAM.
Office corner Lawrence and Douglas avenues.
ltddenceToptka avenue, between Central and
Third, opposite J. It. Mead's residence dlMtf
A. O. LOWELL.
houe renting basilica
OT T "ST IT U T3T3f)0
UL J3J Ik JJi.iWOt
"Wichita, - . -
Branch Yards at
Garden Plain & Harper.
Of Wils:a k Tillinghast.
Do a general banking tm-lueis.
tentlon given to collections.
Prompt at- '
Extoiis Com Mills.
7iiie GrouBil antlBoltetlCorn Meal.
Ground Corn and Oats.
Corn-Chop and Bran.
on'a coal office,
Telephone to Ex-
IB. SZ. BROWIT.
irAn lav r-rr
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Do 3 Avenue, - Wichita 'Kattis '
Killeen & Stockinger,
PractcM Plumbers. Steam 4 G
fro fiilnrei. Siean Hwlini i:enlHatini
Sptdiltj. Etliaalti Fsrasktd.
Job work promptly attenej to. OHcs
Warner's bnlldlng, Dooglas avsnns.
Neighbors, Sedgwick and
The Notes of a Day's Trip by a Cor
respondent. A Mirror of the Doings of Derby and
a Sketch of What is Going on
To the Editor or the Eagle:
Often navI hearf it" said Urat1 Deepest
darkncsi cotoes just before tlie dawn," but I
Tiad ncer realized to fully the truth of the
statement as when on ilonday morning I
w as called upon to break away from the em
brace of Morpheus and in the utmost
haste ruth out of the house and down the
dark streets and avenues in the face or a
fierce and biting sleet in order to reach the
depot in time to take the early north-bound
train on the Santn Fe. But whoeier heard
of a train being on time when one has made
an extra effort to reach it! An hour later
the tender steak, fresh eg and fragrant
coffee served up at the new Commercial
hoU-1 in Sedgwick City made tno foripjt my
early troubles and put me in a good humor
with all the world. Breakfast finished, I
hadjut taken a seat in the waiting-room
when the school bell reminded mo of my
own cxix.riencv, and lsallie-d forth again
and in a short time found l'rof. Perry seated
at his desk in the high school room, busily
engaged in laing out his work for tho day.
In tho course of a brief convcr-ation I
learned that the schools of the city, though
somewhat crowded are doing good work.
They hare fit e teachers employ ed and an
enrollment of over COO. I was also in
formed that an organization had been
formed and arrangements made for securing
a course of lectures in the city, the proceeds
to be appropriated to the establishment of a
public library and reading room. As this
scheme was just in my own line of business,
I accountt-d myself ery fortunate to be on
hand at such an opportune time.
At the bank I met an old Uuckeye friend,
J. Y. Almack. AVe stepped across
the street to his new and elegant office
which liei having fitted up in fincstvle,
and the -d of January will open it real estate
and brokers office. He will, however, re
tain his interest as vice president of the
bank. IFc stepped out, and in croing the
street wa? accosted by Mr. Geo. Kanavel,
whom I knew in my earlier jears as a jolly
shoemaker at AVest Carlisle-, Ohio. I was
pleased to learn that ho now owns a fine
f inn near Sedgwick and is president of the
City bank, in which he owns the controlling
interest. He ha-, however, ouito rccentlv
disposed of his share, conditionally, and will
start to California the Od of January, where
he has been offe-red the presidency of a nt w
bank with a capital of $2."0,000. If ho
thinks the outlook favorable he will close
out his bu'ines in Sedgwick and move to
California in the spring.
The Proton Uros. are doing an immense
business in cattle mid hog. They shipped
eight car loads on Monday. They are feed
ing 275 head of cattle on their farm, one-
half mile from town. From V. L. StiflV-e,
another Iluckevo boy, who is superintending
the feeding for the Preston Ilro, I learned
tlit there are nearly 2000 head of cattle and
hogs being fattened on tlie corn raised in
the vicinity of Sedgwick; alo that both in
quantity and quality the Proton Bros, take
All other business interests in and about
Sedgwick seem to be in flourishing con
dition. I saw more than a dozen wagons
unloading at the city elevators. Despite the
snow and sleet the stores and blacksmith
shops are having an excellent trade and
doing a good business.
At 1 o'clock I boarded the north-bound
freight and an hour later arrived In Newton.
The town was full of cople, and cvervbodr
-ecmed in hurry- The jMi-toffice was
crowded. Xo one seemed to have any time
to talk, but oon I found Mr. C. S. Bowman,
senior member of the law firm of
"Bow in in & Bticher." I made known :ny
business, which was on settled, not so sat
isfactorily as 1 had hoped, bat settled per
manently. Mr. Itowman seemed to be at
Lei-ure, so we sat down; and by inquiry,
learned the follow ing facts concerning tho
city and its surroundings :
People up there don't, seem to care for
hard cares, at least une would think to,
judging from the immense amount of busi
ness carried on. They l.nvo five banks. The'
Harvey Co., Firt National, Commercial,
Newton City, and the banking firm of Chas.
1L Mungcr & Co. The Arcade, ;iic Howard,
and the National, all firt-ciasi houses, are
the leading hotel- in the city. Bradt Jc
Watson run an imnien-c grain business. In
dry goods, Peter Luhn, Itanium & Co.,
L. Thanpau'cr ,take the lead. Gerson fc
Hart run a large elothing establishment.
The drug business i carried on by tho
following firm: .1. B. Dickey, John Bcoc,
James Hurst, Moliit & Pierson, Newton
Dms Co., and Dj mond A Arnold. Thcv
, have three wcrk.lv ncw-pajer and one dai-
Is- The water sumilv of the citv is furnih-
ed bv an elevated tower llOfoit in heighL
The timrcll are lh0 JfethodistXpiscopal,
Prvsb v tcriiti. Baptist, Kvancelical. Lutheran.
I Reformed, Episcopal, Catholic, Colored Ban-
ti't and Menonite. The bar numbers twelve
members, and the
medical fraternity ov er
The large muic hall, owned and controll
, ed by tho Masonic fraternity enjovs a liberal
I patronage. Hbisdalc Bro. ' are building a
1 new opera houc, which, when completed.
will have but one equal in the state.
Court convenes in Mu'ic hall. Thev have j
I .. -.
u ruurniuuT, o.niiKo Micniia.can ooasi
of a well-kept and generally, wtll-Clled jail. 1
. I afterwards called on Prcf. Akins. sutwr- i
rwards called on Prof. Akins. fUper- j
1 uitendent of the cwton schools. I found ,
i i . ,
I him happy and hearty and enjoying a week
of re-t, which, judging from his personal
appearance, he iloe not need, and by the
same cntenan we conclude he appreciates
verv highly (probably an inward consciou
tin. ftC ,y .,n-n n.un...i.w. 1... .1 . .. l. I
to do with forming opinions of others en-j Xuott-, Tauj 0rx, Dec 30.-A man
gaged m the same business). Proni ProC'unK), t0 j4aes Gneawooi
Akins I learned that Newton had an J of chipewa, while crossing Niagara
enrollment of 1.5IG, of which 1,000 are in I river from Chipewa to Port Cay, about a
. the public school. The Catholic have a , "ile above tbe falls, lost control o"f his boat
I flourishing school also. The corps of teach- mxJ' ,n "nd carried orer tb
ers numbers fifteen. Thev have two large. ' ,
and substantial buildings of six rooms each.
Two rooms arc rented for school mo.
j Tho time passed quicklr, the Umps were r't,3.TL. dispatch says tbe forthcoenaif; re
lit, the sleet and snow blew fierce and strone- lott of tke ni'n"! department of agricul-
' the winds whtled through the ice-laden ,
branches, but a good oyster stew at the Em-
pire restaurant made me feel comfortable
and the time to wait for the train seemed
very short. Tbe next experience
thought to note was tbe pandemonium of
the bus drivers and hotel runners into which
the belated traveler is ushered a arriving
at the Santa Fe depot. S.G.J.
j To Ike Editor f lie IWie Katlt:
f n-ZS ITZT CV J.ooai;. ,
of Chicago, r&s been holding a serves of in-'
tv...:. ,v. ... s , ,
teresting meetings in the Presbyterian
church ot this place. He has been ably
seconded by the tegular pastor, Bev. WeIs.
Saturday morning and afternoon the Sun
day school institute of the Baptist denomi
nation held two sessions. At night Rev.
Ash, Sunday school missionary for Kansas
and Indian Territory, preached an excellent
The holidays brought us some visitors,
among them I may name Miss Bertha
Dougherty, who is a successful teacher in
one of the rooms of the Wichita public
schools; Mils Mary Romig, an estimable
young lady of your place; Miss Dora Hays,
of the "Wichita schools, who is home for the
Mr. Fred Komig, formerly of this place,
nour with Israel Bros., of Wichita, is here
fo' a few days. Fred always brings sunshine
Mr. John Bingner has gone to WeUiafttem
for tho holidays. A. B. J.
Kixom ax, Dee. 29, 1894.
To the &lltor or the Kaclz.
Stop thief ! J. G. Glasyon had stolen
from him Sunday sight, one mile south of
town, a very valuable short horn red cow,
marked X on left hip, fork in ear, white spot
on face, white behind fore legs and white
on end of tail. Late this evening he get
track of her being driven south with one
Forney. Mr. G. would gladly pay a reward
for him and tho thief. He purchJsed her
last fall at Col. Colcord's cattle sale and
paid 2&0 for her. Being fat it is feared she
will be served up' as New Year's (stolen)
"Weather rerv undecided and business
Xonc of tho high toned drinkers any long
er go into a saloon, but meet at the "sample
room" Kingman's first attempt.
The Kingman Leader, this week, will
publi-h the name of the builder and cost of
c cry building that has been erected in the
city during the year 1884, from January to
Frank Gil let I bought four blocks contain
ing about tivclte aere, adjoining his resi
dence, last week. It is said he bought
them very low.
During the absence of Kditor Foley the
local columns of the courier are under the
able management of Frank. His age would
not indicate that he had been on intimate
tenrs with Christ. Columbus at any time.
John H. Kuddy goes in the morning to
Joplin to pay his taxes. He it the ramrod
of the BiviTside, and of course ho can pay
Deer, antelope, prairie chicken, and quails
are plenty in the market, and cheap.
There b nothing the matter with your
correspondent but what greenbacks can
cure. Something dropped. Lkox.
A TALK ABOUT THE QUEER WEATHER.
AVc all want to compare a present season
with some on of the past coming within
our observation, but in fact, probably no
two seasons of any singlo life time are alike.
AH winters arc cold and all summers are
hot, but except in long lapses of time or
cycles of j ears probably no exact dupli
cates or counterpa'U ot seasons occur. So
far as Kansas is concerned, at least, the
climatic changes are such as renders each re
curring season widely different from tho
'arao season of the year or years previous.
winter. The character of tho summer rains
and that of the winter snows differ in a
marked degree from the character of those
of ptst years. Where is the sunshine, the
ojien clear sky and cutting winds, the
fine drifting snow, the features of
lormer Kancas winters! For two
almost three weeks the skies
have been dark and lowering, the snow has
been heavy and damp, Iving compact on the
earth ju't as it fell, intermingled with sleet,
and rain, and at times intensely cold. Ice
a foot thick before the holidays in a country
where have been winters in which no ice
could be stored, is remarked by every old
settler. Clean, dry, smooth roads have giv
en place to ruts, roughness or mud. The
old blizzard is mis-cd and the kind of spring
and fall wind whieh was wont to set on its
hind legs and howl for six weeks without
cessation, only lives in our memories. A
white Christmas and sleigh bells were actual
experiences in southern Kansas. These
great and marked changes may not be so
agreeable to contemplate may set at naught
the pleasant experience's and fine talk of
the past, but we believe they mean bigger
graneries and fuller pocket books, and yet
we fear, also, tho necessity for a greater care
for healthfulncss or immunity from disease.
sleighing in southern .Kansas is an un
usual thing and localise it comes but sel
dom and lasts but a short time, those who
enjoy the merry jingle of tbe bells and tho
gliding over the smooth sparkling surface
behind a pair of fleet and handsome step
pers are quick to take advantage of the op
Iortunity when it is presented. Yesterday
the surface of the roads were not very
smooth, and in some cases the turnouts were
neither fast nor elegant (in other cases they
were both) yet quite a number were enjoy
ing the luxury of n Kansas sleigh ride. But
few persons thus employed bad regular fine
sleighs, most of them being impromptu
amirs gotten up on very short notice and
ino-t of them being buggy tops mounted on
crude wooden runner". If a little more of
the beautiful- should now fall, we could
have some really pJod sleighing.
PiirLAiin.rii!t. Dec 80. Measure for
lne relief of Gen. Grant's personal effects,
trophies, etc, are in favorable progress with
lQe expectation of an early satisfactory re-
lhe expectation of
Nlw York. Dec. 80. Two collisions oc
curred earlv this morning on th elevated
nalroads, due to the fog. They were nnat
U nded with los o! life, tbougn a few per-
;ns were sngtitiy nun.
Ciiiugo,Dc S0.-A Journal's Spring-
tHre.Ttt tf.,re. f!2TJP5CTP of
winter n beat in Illinois is 2J&17.000 acres, or
n decrease of 401.000 acres from the previ
ous year. The condition of the growing
Ctncaco, Dec SO Tbe Tribune has made
n canvass of the members of tbe Hhaois
legislature on the senatorial questian aad
, finds that be republicans, for first choice,
stand 100 ior Losaa and two for Farwell;
second choice, Farwell twelve, Hamilton
nine. J. B. Hawleytwo, Ogden one Oalr
twenty-four signined a second choice. DeaseT
crats, for Srst choice, stand TTarriinn twea-
lour, Palmer eleven,AlIen. nine. 3lanh threV,
u-uuic, ws tsntit'sir, sosnsva issbit'
WICHITA, KANSAS. WEDNESDAY NIORNINGr; J)ECE"MgEl)18S4
" . i ;
GOV. CLEVELAND'S CIV
IL SERVICE LETTER
Hon. Dorman S. Eaton z
presses Favorable Views; ;
1 i f V?U i'
of it at Some
While Quite a Number of the
Politicians are Interviewed
Regarding the Docu
The Secretary of theTfavy Orders the
Discharge of a Number of Men
ts Navy YarsW for Waat
The Christinas Benevolent Association
Gives Gbristmaa Dinner to
6oe Poor Children in Na
tional Rtfes' Hall.
Several Important Decisions Rendered
by the .Heads of Departments
and General News From
Wasiukgtox, D. C., Dec 30. The house
committee on weights and measures will
consider the coinage of silver dollars shortly
after the reassembling. Bland, of that com
mittee, who was detained at homo by illness,
has como to Washington. He says he will
oppose the measure for free and unlimited
coinage of both silver and gold.
The secretary of tbe navy sent the follow
ing telegram to all commandants of the
navy yards: "Di-eharge all employees who
have hitherto been paid under the six
months appropriation act, except those re
quired to prevent the destruction of proper
ty or loss of life, and all such must work
without agreement for compensation.
The December cotton report to the depart
ment of agriculture indicates a smaller vield
than the returns of the conditions in Oc
tober. Tbe October average was 74 per
cent, against 68 in '83; 88 in the great har
vest ot '82, and C6 in the disastrous season of
81. Returns of the condition in October
and the product in December have been
unusually divergent this year. Tbe first in
dicated a larger crop than last year, the lat
ter a product slightly less, or about 89 per
cent. The comparative decline is in the
states west of Alabama. The comparison
with hut year is as follows: North Carolina,
100; South Carolina, 101; Georgia, 101;
Florida, 103; Alabama, 103; Mississippi, 94;
Louisiana, 93; Texas, 89; Arkansas, 99; Ten
nessee, 101. Applying these percentages to
our figures for the crop of '83 they in
dicate a product of 398,000 bales in
.North Carolina, 502,000 in South Carolina,
7G0.000 in Georgia; 60,000 in Florida; 661,
000 in Alabama; 847,000 in Mississippi; 480,
000 in Louisiana; 995,000 in Texas; 513,000
in Arkansas 314,000 end in Tennessee. The
remaining territory will probably give about
50,000 bales. This makes the aggregate
5,580,000 bales. These figures are provis
ional and may bo slightly modified by fur
Bids were opened at the treasury depart
ment .to-day for furnishing glass for the
custom hou-e and postoffice at Cincinnati.
The lowest bid was that of W. C. DaPau,
of New Albany, Intl.. amounting to
The secretary of the interior ha denied
the motion of the Central Pacific railroad
company for a review of the decision in the
case of TTarry Emerson vs. the company.
Tbe motion was based on a claim that at the
time the company's grant attached tho pre
emption right had expired, and henco did
not except the land from the grant. The
secretary held that admitting the expiration
of the pre-emption right, there was, never
theless, subsisting a right of settlers founded
upon bis settlement which was a valid claim
against the United States that under the
law it could only bo forfeited in favor of
some subsequent purchaser and which in
the contemplation of the grant.
In the matter of the protest of David Mc
Neil et al, against the issue of a patent to J.
M. Pace ct al, claimants for the (5. M. Fav or-
ite Lode claim, Leadville, Col., the secretary
of the interior affirmed the decision of the
land office, dumissing the protest. The pro- j
. . . . i .v. .t. i i -c -.-j
testantsassertcd that the clatra was forfeited .
through the failure of eiaimants to expend
at lMt llftl unon its imnrovetnent. and l
thereupon protesUnU repeated the elahn.
.ic rv..... ...., ...-. ,..-.. : ijhnstmas dinner to wj poor cmiuren to-
possession of the claim in violation of law, dv -m the National Rifiev ball. Miss Ar
which forbids such relocations in local holi- thitr was herself present and was assisted by
days; be also finds that claimants -VX'Jr&2Z$&
ed on the Continental claim, which adjoined ,
the Favorite with a view to the systematic
development!of both claims. Work of this
i- i , .v.. r.:..t tw. t,M, ... .i-
kind on the Continental, ho hold., was work
on the Favorite, and therefore he affirms
the dismissal or the protest. Wind Market.
General Uazen bis returned to the war de- -iV.vnivoTOv, Dec 30.-In.:calkm4 for
partment tbe charges preferred against Ser- j the Miwoun- t,hot am Local scow. W
gcant Otto Holtnorth, of having rifled lowed by colder, cleari,g weather; northerly
Lieutenant Greeley's papers, prefering not I wind; higher barometer.
to order a court martial, although requested ' T" Z
V , , , -i t Narrow Escape)-
to do so by th,s secreury of war. Tbe chief Cmcjul0f rvc sa-At 11: SO Ut nigbt,
signal officer assigns as. reasot .for this y&cix&Yk. rtteur vufvm, at
course that tbe cuurt orderrdby h.m weald ,tmeiu ,nt,r lhe First National bank
be merely a garrison court, with powe: 'to bm,di t, t wlJcnmtB. thinking
inflict no severer punrshment than reduction t p,; WJ , grfd rt hau Tht,
in rank and snort imprisonment. Tbe bn .truck his watch In bis ven pocket and
charges against Holtnorth, if proven, should
be followed, ia the opinion of General Haz
en, by a more summary punishment than
such a court would be able to impose.
All executive 2epartments will be closed
at noon to-morrow until Friday morning.
Tbe secretary of war has Issued an order
directing that A. R. Buck & Col, of this
city, te no longer recognized as attorneys in
Ceparttnent or any ot such
Hon. Dcrman B. Eaton, president of tb
civil service comaussioc, was to-day asked
by a representative of the Associated Press
for bis views in regard to Govrrnor Cleve
land's trtter published this morninc . Mr..
Eaton, in reply, expresard himself as follows:
as to assume to speak tor Goveraor deva-
land, but I may sneak freely for mvseif. I
It would M uaparaanaue presianptsoa an
retard the letter as the deliberate. icmSeat
and tamely utterance cf a man who compre-,
heads the srtaatksi aad ha tbe cciinge to
foDow his convictions and IU duties. It U
rov cfcattonn oa tbe subtect to which it re-
late. The views of tbe letter are those com-
toon to all true atatesaiea of bothpartiw.
These view are tbos most vapidly growicg
in the hearts of the people- Tbe pobev dis-
closed in tbe letter is that by which alone
his party can retain power or" the coaalry
eacarss decay. It show plainly that we are
to have bo mixed rabiaet acd so timid or
honest coaraee ia the
win be one ia broad coatrast ta
the hut Democratic admlautration, which
, was, weak, evasive and scorsjed; was void of
coble and growiagteatioieat, ad didnot
do injustice to my polhiaaPc opponents, bmv
I artist think aoaay of. these have been bop-4
ing uov. vieveiana wouio ne rcaar to
break his pledges and trifle with bis convic
tions. This letter oueht t4 dispel all such
illusions, and is therefore .timely. Place
hunters of bis party may yet give him much
trouble and perhaps may bring their party
to ruin by tLeir greed for oAce. The Dem
ocratic party now standVas it did when
Buchanan was elected, where two roads sep
arated, one leading to boaor and victory,
and the other to shame and iefeat. Its fate
deeeads on its choice of roams and leader.
If I cared more for my party than
for my country, I should hope the
greed and clammor for places and spoil,
would break through tbe civil service laws
and rules and engulf the new president,
with all the statesmen of his party. The
declaration of tbe letter, that "the lessons of
tbe past should be unlearned,' may well bo
pondered over by BepublissW as well ss
Democrats. It is 'just ten years since Preti
deat Grant, through a snecial aaessaire. was
asking the EepubTicaa conMi to make a
small appropriation for tbasnlorceaeat of
tbe civil jservice ruleM o whtsh the republi
can Dartv was solemnly altdeed. - Unfor
tunately,' there ''were no ts4iainen. then in
congress who could see that tisk bcw cause,
witn its elements oi'jpoteocy in
the near future, was Mgianiag , to
stir the hearts of tbe peopW, In the eves
of the Kepnblican leadeja the " early
friends of the course were eatirasiaitics and
doctrinaires, at whom partisaa journal's es
pecially delighted to sneer, '"e- aaember in
either house cared to even caQ for tbe yeas
and nays on the appropriation. ( Amid jeers
ana laughter civil service reform tntno
opinion of tho leaders who wesw it easeaies,
hi consigned to the tomb f earpalet!.
Abort that time the Republics aartr 'en
tered apon a slow decline. Jobbery- and
MtroBace-moneering more and moro
flourished. At that timo too, began,
and soon afterward was carried forward
through many affiliated organizations that
broad appeal'to tho virtue and wisdom of
tbe country wnicn two years ago convinces:
a reluctant congress that a reform sentiment
must bo heeded. A civil service reform
bill was prepared bv courageous and
patriotic Democrats, Pendleton in
the senate and Willis in tho
the house, to whom the country owes much,
brought in that bill, to vvbicb Jteptiblicans
contributed by far the most in speech, earn
estness and votes to make a law. But their
return to found principles on this subject
was rather lato ana their use of them in the
last canvass rather feeble and equivocal.
Facts which in my opinion, insured their de
feat. They thus gavo the Democrats a
chance to capture that cau.e, and now that
reform sentiment having grown to be a great
political force, having captured tbe empire
state, and under the leadership of Governor
Cleveland shape its administration to reform
methods speak in firm, de-cisivte and unmis
takable language through the letter the
president-elect, whom that, sentiment
has this early in its cour.-e i brought to
the head of the nation. In the-e facts
n e mav see a part of the lesson to be un
learned. It seems to me plain where the
president stands and which roads he regards
as the true road to honor and duty. But
will his party unlearn the lessons of 'its own
folly or gain wisdom from the folly cf its
opponents? Will it resi-t his wise leader
ship under the new civil serce law? As
the ltepubliean udminitraUoowitli magna
nimity unprecedented in ourj history, ha
given official places as to from 00 to 1,000
of its political opponents, willvtlie Demo
cratic administration have tlie patriotism
nrf fvtilramt ncwtflnfl In follow that priitimh,
"1'l.n. A AM. t if .1 .llA.fl.inj W,1J,,1 lllut T..,,..,.
suggests and which impart to H a profound
The Evening Star to-night ptWs a brief
interview with a number of. prominent
Democratic members of congress on Gov.
Representative Ellis, of Louisiana, said to
the.reporter tliat he regarded the letter as
the finest production which had come from
Gov. Cleveland's pen. The life of the De-
mncrum-- lin taiH. denendt tinnn lta tinhnbl-
Cleveland letter iv;.iiy-uvo years irom
now the party will still be in power. Clevc
land.ha proven himself a statesman of high
order, lie will trample out this accursed
spoils system, and I pray that every Demo
cratic senator and representative wfll gather
around him and hold up his hands, a Aaron
held up the hands of Mo-es. They rnut
sutaln him and make, the namo of the
Democratic party a lasting insignia of hon
or and honesty. " There are sentiments in
that letter that should be posted over the
portals and gateways, as the Jews usd to
do. They should serve as frontal pieces to
rest before the eyes of the American politi
cian. "Every democrat and eve ryrepiiblic.ui"said
Pusey "will read that letter. It has the
right" ring; by it Cleveland has grown
Representative lib! man thinks the letter Is
timely, manly and proper, lie says the in
dependents gave Cleveland valuablu sup
port, and it was eminently proper for him to
answer their inquiry as to his courso with
regard to removals from and appointments
to office. "I believe." added Holman. "that
Governor Cleveland is entirely honest and
sineere.and that ho will faithfullr carry out
the civil service law." lie said further that
in Indiana that the federal officials were
generally very good men and good officers,
with the exception of those in the internal
revenue service, who. Holman thought, have
beei appointed mainly for partisan pur
poses. Mr. Buckner indorsed Mr. Uolman's com
mendations of tho letter, lie said Governor!
Cleveland had done right in speading his
views upon civil service reform before the
country at this time
Representatives Springer, Hopkins,
Brown of Pennsylvania, Nichols.Dibrell also
expressed the approval of Gov. Cleveland's
Representative Miller, of Pennsylvania,
Republican, said bo thought Cleveland
would have to go out of this country to get
non.partUlln io n ,,;, office,: ho" WOuld
mre to import them.
The Christmas Club Benevolent and
Charitable association, of this crty, of which
Mi Nellie Arthur is president, gave a
cub 1; wcn inon ;n Washington
I social circles, and among the distinguished
invited guests who witnessed the children's
'jubilee in the upper hall were President
J . , !,. of thfL -Afo.,,
uninjured. The regular
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lice amvinc. tw was arretied witn seme oil-
as. in was a:
He is believed to be intarr.
PoartUxi,, ()rego3,nDec a-Last jsTglt j
near Cbenallis. Wyommg Territory. Wm.
v. c, s-tt-, : ..K.T '
s- .w.....rT.. r-...., t
imagined he received an order from tbe
nicber Power tokUl his rraadrfiiU. Thu ,
3l.hlL!. 1T.K ,
be d jth a hammer. He lata informed
his wife that be would cut her throat if Us-
wtfewoeiddo lb same tor Dim. Boia wire
found this roomier almost dVad with their
Sr. Loci, Dec SO. An inquest was held
- Ww w
to-y t!l ta.T of FUi7 FP' . "
took strvehtiBe in a saloon Sasday. tensio-
.,? J re-JIrt et nMs. TVcrurd V4
, rrrtiacates sa yinr that hi caiaa
',fr" anarruasaymgua i B"c
was Rev. Feruicand Baroa RappSa, a
Catholic roes!. One cf the Mters ms4: "r
cemmitted suicide on account cf pervert r
aad as tnctuable sirkaess. I had unhvU
tr. no bread, n; taeacs. aai text God
Another fetter tbe diceaf I hadwnges,
says: "He was bora at Frankecfesdx CanT-
ton, Tburjsr. witzeraasl. Marsh t. 1MI;
that he was the son of Baron Jovph.Voa
buried fre-tn tbe Borgae.
- . . - - - ; - si . m a . av. ammM m as awnsw - - !. at-s jk. . a r bm a ansa)-. .
Tm,UA S.Z.-J T . - 1- Sfav- V.a. Tm TT -. -TaTft V- tK.V- lkfi.3 fa i Ifl tVkft V3A .V- in ii I li-s "
bMksru skTSssanSEV aatXsAsk SsVCB Ma.WX(sl lUlakaaVm sSSVPst awiv. W ass-ass TV u m tj aMft sw a v-k-ts.-rf-v wm urn a " a ssa
aasuaistTstkos. It I stereo k laecat Jtvaa." sae sirwaii!iAeairrcorc u rosasA tass tseso were .,.-
Board of Trade Caucus.
CnirAco. TjW. 2TL Tra mnmul eWtM-isi
officers of the Chicago Board of Trade'oc-i - -
curs January 5th. This afternoon a caucus ! x ""
was -heldqathe floorer the etange,at-- J- ""-- ;
whiclkE. Xelson Blake was renominated ., OLS, OF SEDGWICK, .
president and J. Hi MUne 'for second vicef ...,, " "
president Another ticket wBl be natneiu.. " . , KANSAS.
UIUIIUH UtT aiJLJIUaaJIaaJlir C1CCUUU lis IS liA :
MnAAsM Tl a Asi.j,VtKa .tAKtiAi. fl t
pected will reflect the opinion of a majority
of the members of the board respecting uj-
nishing of quotations to bucket shops. -Jar.
Milne having made a determined personal
fight as chairman of the committee oa
Quotations asainst permitting bucket shoos
to have quotations. It U statsd that when
he began the war there was ,over ofiOO of
those institutions in existence. It was
necessary to accomplish this to throw over
contracts with telegraph tympanies, to eject
irom tea aoor exchange ail market reporters
in the employ ot telegraph companies, and
to employ reporters who should be at
tacbees of tbe board of trade itself. Tbe
fight grew bitter and practically embraced
every large citv in toe union. All the
boards of tradeln the country loined in tbe
I crusade, except the Detroit board of trade.
1 be charge, has now been, made against ilr.
Milne fha he has been furnishing tbe firm of
Lampare sfc Co., and Detroit, with quota
tion'; and allegation-is also guide that'Lattt
pare & Co. is a bucket shop. Mr Otilne
acknowledges having transacted business
with Ltunpare Se Co., and contends that the
firm was doing legitimate business. Mr.
Milne pow desires this matter investigated;
and it is now claimed that these allegations
against Mr. Milne have originated largely
from tbe bucket shops in retaliation.
Ottumw la., Dec. 30. Near the town
of Blakcsbtirg, this county, fifteen rules west
of here, Pleasant Anders was hung by
eight masked men in November, 1882, near
Blakesbttrg. Chris McAlistcr was murdered
at his residence and u fer months thereafter
Pleasant Anderson was arrested for tho
murder and had a trial one year ago at
Oskaloosa, Iowa, the trial lasting two weeks.
There was a strong array of circumstantial
evidence againt him and he was acquitted.
A strong conviction prevailed at Blakes
burgtbat he was guilty. Bd feeling had
prevailed, and last night he was seized at
IhQ home of hit father-in-law, taken In a sled
to it school bou-e, a kind of a mock trial
had before a jury of eight men
and by them sentenced to bo huns. Nearly
a hundred persons had gathered at tho
school house-, among whom he seemed to
have no defenders, and at about 10:30 last
night they took him to tho scene of the
murder of McAllister and hung him to tho
limb f a cott)awood tree- lie protested
his innocence to tliela-t. His body was left
banging for over two hours, and finally
taken down by order of a magistrate who
went to the scene, and a coroner was sent
for. From the temper of the crowd it was
evident thev would brook no interference.
Piene, D. T., Doc SO. This city is one
mass of Haines and all egorts of tha citizens
are unavailable to stop tho fire. Tho wind
is blowing a fierce gale. Tho mercury is
don n to twenty-five degrees below xero. AH
th pumps are frozen solid and its impossi
ble t secure water. Men, women and
children nre working deliberately endeavor
ing to save their property. Toe fire origin
ated in the grocery store of It. I). Jones and
is now sweeping toward tho river. Loss al
ready amounts to $100,000. Much suffering
is caused by the scarcity o" provisions.
LociavilXK, Dec. SO. A Ilopkiorville,
Ky., special to tlie Courier-Journal says:
At an early hour this morning a fire orig
inated in the baek room of B. F. Sheffield s
dry goods store. Main street, between Bridge
pnng, anti wen stores on Jtain street
and a hotel iHiiUbng an iSrielgs street were
Cincixnati, Dc. J50. Judge Sage, of the
United States district court, to-day sen
tenced tbe following prisoners, most of
whom have been convicted of the violation
of tbecVction ltws
at the recent election.
H I'shcr and J. Mc
Robert Berry, Jam-H
Lnue-hlin. convicted of illeenl votinr. sen
ten ceil to six months in thu Hamilton coun
ty jail ; P. Shanncn and Ford North, for the
same otK-nro, sixty days in jail; Henry
Thaflernnd Daniel Kinner, lor hindering
eitlzens from voting, six months in jail;
George Best, a young man hitltt rto favora
bly kt-own, convicted of debiting obscene
litorature in the Culled State imil, sen
tenced to three jears in the penitentiary.
Shortly after the" sentence was pronounced
he swallowed the contents of a vial, sup
posed to be prison. An emetic remedy was
administered and ho recovered. Hi; wife
and f P-ters wrro present.
Nr.w Orleans, De-c 30. To-day was
bright and cheerful at the World's exposi
tion. Everybody appeared happy. The re
sumption of streft car travel contributed to
th- general feeling of claliou. Work on tlie
road was su'pendd and trains pushedwilh
vigor. Delayed exhibits came in with a
ru-b and found places as fast, as received.
Kvhibitors look fiirward to a day In the ear
ly future when the utBcial announcement
will be made that the work is complete and
tbe World's exposition finally be ready for
business. On this annouuevment tbe "rail
way authorities have dekcnnincd upon a
geiieral anil great reduction in rates. The
citv is well filled with visitors.
Kaa Citt, Mo Dec 30. In pursu
ance of instructions from th war depart
ment. Brigadier General Augur, of the de
partment of Mis-ouri, will proceed to Camp
Russell.on th Cimarron river, Indian Ter
ritory, with six troops of cara'ryand one
company of infantry and removf the iinao-
thonzeu pvns irom usunoma anuuie
, r . .,, ,., i
t.cn- Hatch, now al fort I
making arrangements for
rsi.uiii.i.LF, in.tirr . .uiri wii j
night between the Springfield J equaliztk nnwtey !nvestd in tRsiuitactor-
id. ra.Irua.1 wpreacntatives, the 1 h ln "' cot be Injured aed tb
, ..... ,. . lab r of thl.'mted rtales l- saJ fr.inU."
former agree.! v wlra tr complaint , degrading lrel LUh pauper labor In Ko
m (1iA.-riHiinMtitn Iis-f.ir lh rallrfsa ina 1 ? i j r lr s . s
7" , .
warehouse boird, the railroad, agreeing to
equalize rate as nearly as possible between
pnngfield aid other eomprtitire point in
CltlCAIVjcrA-Tb Daily News this
morning pnr.U a ac simile f the forged
titlv tbA of tbe KighWstb ward !ct.-s
. " , . ,
orVm.Oa.'l.gfcer'sh.nd wrrtfn-. and tb-
thxrr made rsraifist tbe accused bv tbi
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. V J?.tl j t J r -i,
T,irTnT tone iii Twmis ion- nsirncv
to shirk tbe rondcsloa of guilt.
i rv.tt i i,t
, Vec' f M
J W f i Jl "S oa the
iscocsm divrsfofl of tbe Northern PmiSc
. r-s.t. .i . ni
. ir - TL- J .i.-v--Ls.
Zl ZS sT .
raaaction from the !'&:
to CHcaga, wjthmit pieg ibrtcgh
j j ttj.
TbeaUrta Jr. Malccaorrlb evribifik.-;
-- aptch froa Lett Rck savs tb
coctiatsesto falL Notrahii. firest
ag to ptp-ny.
JDzeL lliriehkK-s A Ci, of St.
sjsrd Tf-sf-rdsr. Lts&aKs,
Seecn Jo3vv tmgTfceeri sser sfc-
chtrged at V6gstaws, O-, yesterday fot
The Irso Mostsls nllread Jc trnar to
lortawsberc TravetiBy Jten a Alto- sTt rp Irtxa Ifcon says: T rjw Has Watwrpsw nXltrj. tit a-4.?r kfiritf M
met in Ctioiy ySeydv. Recurt scaeras trersnog in Ihstcgk .- to-sjjit, vasMtt jm yiwn U ra sfk sxUaCI
that S1T7XO havs Jsm coScxed sbertf MiCartr, witb a tarrs tos on a 1- ts saw t,
r . t. Tt .-....
WW Ja4JJ W-.i..
J GENERAX NEWS:
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Hoa. S: I. Randall Continaes
- 4. h; r- , M.i.ii
s ?Hl TOW tQ NaskTlUC,
Where he is Waited Upon by
Delegations and Deltv-
ers Another Ad
dress. General Armed Uprising Reported
Hocking Valley Bridges At.
tacked and Communi
Further Accounts of the Immense Loss
of Life and Property, and Panic
Caused by Earthquakes
Terrible Storms in Many Places and
Much Damage to Property,
Crimes; Casualties and Gen
eral Newa From all
Over the Country.
Special Dispatch to the Dally Kafht.
Suxiwick, Ka Dec. SO.
J. Will Nichols, a young lawyer of this
plsce,.was found dead in his room this af
ternoon, about 3 o'clock, with a bullet hole
m lu right tempi- and a pistol in his right
hand. The supposition is that lie sbet him-'
sell late last nieht. as he was seen about 9
ocloek yesterdtv evening, and could not
have fired a shot this morning or during the
uiy witnout oemg unecied. -icnois wai
cleanly and neatly dressed throughout, and
tlie door of lii room was locked on tlie in-'
:d. tnibnt aroertliin- inilimv tlu. Awi I
to have been nremed.tatcJv b him. He was I
a oung roan oi origin intellect, witn appar
ently a prosperous life btforv him, was
years of age on Christmas day, and received i LotDox, Dee. CO. Karl IVrby denies
a package of pre-ents from his mother, who ! '.' intend to re.lgn tlse oftlot" of col.)
,.,,,! , .i-l nut! se-Tetarv. Th rriwrt ts rndrmd thnt
lives .n Mirhirin. and was apparently in ' PnW$ Beatrfr. will nisrry Prinea Henry
goodspinU. Tbe coroner was telegraphed I f Baltenburg. The sv-iplo tnusl reside
to at Newton, but at this writing no Inquest
has been held. No cause has et been
learned oftlirt n-iun why NItliols shot him-1
,,...., - . ,
Nichol s was formerly a partner of
John Clark, of ichiL-i, in tho ptartlce of
N wnvitLE, Tenn., Iec S0.-Mr. lUndal,
, . ,, ,. . ,.
and party arrived here thu morning. Mayor
Phillips, welcomed Mr. Randall and tender-
ed him the frwdom of tho citv. Members '
of committees, accompanied by Mr. Randall !
, .; , , , I
and party, then entered carnages and were ,
conveyed to the Maxweel house, where
breakfast was served. After breakfast Mr.
Randall tuct a delegation of citizens from
Huqtril!ftJUabama, who iaritsL-Vr,Kaa-dall
to extend his trip to Huntsville. Mr.
I Randall replied that he would visit the New
i Orleans exposition roine tim within
tha next (wo months and he would
then make it a point to visit
Huntsville. A committee of citizens
of Chattanooga, were proser.t. Mr. Randall
returns by tlie way of Chattanocga. The
k,,rty entered carriages at 11 o'cWk and
and drove to the residence of Mrs. Polk,
11 a; T, t T ' r .
II d.dtl.c honors of
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LwSTrt .: ? :
.sirs, s ois. is uiosv nmar-aoio ior pnyncai ,
ttrensju.nuenuurnniw cunsiwriiig uer '
anrel nP. She rert-ivetl Inr miets itanit
ing and seemed but little fatigued. At j
nicnt jnr. ivamiau snpae in use larre-si aiiui- I
.i. .. i.!. i i .- r. "Li f
In the rourwt nf hit speech Mr. Randall
declared that our s stem of internal taxa
tion should le abolished. Tlie government
revenue, he thought, should not exceed
S2M),O00.O0O. The internal taxation system
lie oinsideresl unconstitutional from begin
ning to end, and the sooner wo should go
back to the strict construction of our con
stitution, the belter it would be for the
American people. Tlie government's rev
enue be would confine to collections from
duties on imports. iMscaking on this point,
lie said the Republican and Democratic
parties in their platform assert that .the
present tariff needs revision. There Is great
ciipale among tbe people oi tli
among tnc people oi the
country as to wnat ot wiese changes
would U-made. For e.ne. I tun free-tosay. "" "" -------"-- -"- -that
1 have never bn able to find In ll4 ,,u" toUy hT the Tombs court, on aj-pli-constitiition
of the United states any j.er j cation of Patrick A. Pclilac, editor ef Ire
wbich irives to congress the right ft levy j Und' Liberator, tor lL fttteclaiics-, among
duties for the sake of proU-ction. In other , f av,. t tii-,. ,t n v
words, I have new Isien able, with great ! '"Tt f pnn I. 3km acid II. i.
stulv. to find a iustiScation for a revenue
tax to accomplish protection for the sake of
protection, and vet we hava people In tbe
United Slates that advocate that c-jurc- I
believe that such legislation wonld promote
monopolies it would result In class legis
lation which I, during tlie period cf my
public life, havenlways re!VJ. We hav
three set of thinkers "in oar country at ttiv
time: one class want vt ibibitliin. hizb
tanfV JlllV aftAllS t.. . i.ll . Viawa I
fr. trade eHUbiuhed. and tl third class, to
--J. - - . ,
- j cfm Mg, msM duty to be
j on articles of Import so that when
j they come in cotnprthn with those menu
tuctureJ In ur country tbcv shall bate
wch otr pUced upon tbera as tsitj result
w pr-Ki-pmH,!. wcir imiHinaisun. iv ibis
rorse cas r'cre-a- I i i-ciirrTu arwi iTawnreo
, Ua, Ktsd ,M M ,T.'. rihs to
'n,. ,-, c,mnt,U 5 tb- M1 will,
tirTttt anr act ferdeed. irBpcTrmb tU t
i fwrouet?f tfte producing e! in tteCnlted
SUtr and Wjh r-larw it to tb nuer-
wWh , tUt tU J, we rolr, u,THa.fwasrJljasrlaT rt. .l.u m
collect W revenue through tbe agry iJr'aTTm T-
"' , Unfl' "f , "'- l " , ur4t.tU ss- r u , Ui
such a iewjiic of slatr upon 'staasrrt. t tiin tUUt All jiss-.
J er1 rtt Im arl4 tZZ? "1 -' -
,.,. i..i.T....r..j.ji. .- ... ywsc
mine l stj uun bju n use , vj wwi
,H 4ir &. t.-4 hTMt.rT IM KT C S , S.
... . . .. .... -r -.
tu'w " "xre mauerr arsiansrue, stun
aBsb.-drcas5n. Tl bni-crt pf tje Cniled
fAste doubbd are abrtsrt fVtifffiJffl,
SynKfifiW or 9SWKifim rewted
frvra that scarce aktcb waoU giv afi aver
ags rate f d aiv upon forrigo f-tvl&.u nf
Vt per cent. fi3 if you ui la aa icbstligesi.
i txuitvts-iike mar.cr. mak tte Joly 'n
- - - - ---' -.j --
!' . .. 7 ---- - -
taaewswt tbe grrrrasstct sflh failed
fi,te aod seoovd. aa saxKSi so&cywt ksri-
.. ...... .. ,..-.
.!1ru nesMrsr l AiA SL-sss.s
.7 . .... ....
uont.ni in rtocKinar vaiwy.
0trv. O-Drc. fl-Tbt tt Jcvt-
(V nit SMS. snaeia! tria left al a llf koaria truv tU JE Klslk ta . ls ts t. I iT !
t ,;,. AJar ssMti rfdrss
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saJti be ce-s!trsstig. Wjia tj Jjausl
cwawe tssxsvr sa s wssnrss yt matg
sc4su. tSaTttiW MrtlosSt3
Ac!ancd Prtcs .
kVssrrser. Dec. JS""-!-- Trsmt aafa taw
Awisstolstni 4-ss Vsssakssra asSSa.
Isssisl a il isfastsTss as tam isTiia
&remtaStBtMMt ssas r - VsVat -
IT teaeat bsie-a
t . ; . m - --' yrm m ,wry,mwm mmmtrttrr
asw. muM aaavkaaj' swzs. a cksv -. ajsasssas sari sai a i !.,-- . t
t . M. vym mr wb rum mr, zo j TwfcT, fc&4 K v(" Tm F$u
UTMrt m T-s'TPC-" "" T -'--77 "' "-" ." . - ,
rn v T fl m AT Vksxrtti Mn tU St.aaM at a -
" " w- " " m.mm ssrai -- jsjjse.Misa-g.ss'sasa' rsss a mm i i T a
Midxid, Dec 30. At Granada to-day
tae'leJJeuea was sung and prayers oftred toTsahveslajet vc te ditMtatoati
for the cwsafcon of the earthquake. At,rar4a.va.iMBa;irrct tanuje-ta rait way ws
while the tl
vince, in Cordova, shocks eacne
whiS the theatwwsjs crowded wkh peopk":
A tembW-paale foflowl. Many porsons f
1-SK Bt t .. A.
'lured. At Makca two lofty cklamen at'
fts,ga works fell. PwtieBU in tha boplult
' trtawi tkt t r..-.., , v iTzr'Jr t
j dies and ran iato tlfe open air. Coavlcta 5nf
I the arisons refused ta enter lb cell ajJmi.,.;.
jreaiaJEed all night in thtLklrpl'Fw!w".
Milirt VsattT !! sst.,1 Cawra a.l
! r r: r.r, ?r -zrn trr? .-"
Taru. .vaama ami tanu
s cxv cwBtpicsciy siivrovca. iase7K &re
now cleannp un tho ruins in ih1
. i - , . , .
f corps, which arefounu; In large numbers,
(many of thetu horribly disfigured. The
nurr.oer oi persoL kilted is tmtr.own. Jaucb
' distress exists anions the survivors, who ask
relict At Albucnelau 200 persons were in
jured from a tuiued house. One hundred 1
bodies have far been recovered. Tbo J
barracks at Loja, in tbe provinceof Grenada
, were ruined. At JZafiaray. a town not far
from Loia. fifty nersons tvrished.
i Pabis Dcc."Ja Gen. Bncro do Uslo tel
egraphs that ho lias beeo fighting pirates
near Hong Yen for several days and lllied
J 800 and captured two truns." The French
' troops ire in excellent condition and spirits,
' Lonpox, Dec The says Earl Drbv will
awu rc-iu luc suut; U4 ee-sjfvnirT si Slave
j Rr the cvlonial department ad bo anpomt-
eu soru x resiuent ot tnc coudcu. urd
Rosebrry will probably be appointed colo
nial secretary, it is repnrtcii tnat tueen
Victoria has announced to this privy coun
cil the betrothal of Princes Beatrice to
l Price Penry, of Battcnburg.
PabM, Dec 30. OHIcial advices from
Tonquin, report that theFn-nch mailcfan ad
vance from Twjen Quan and met th
Chinese force and engaged and defeated
tlicm, indicting severe !. Tbe French
loss is trifling.
ViK-vsi, IVy. SO. An explosion of cun
powder tc-day in a gunsmith shop at Kralup,
Bohemia, destroied threo houses, killing
throe jwrsoni and Injuring tnany.
, Pjkkt, Ihx. CO. Tlso government uVtles
i the truth cf tho story of the sinking of the
I transport uieunca i.y ciilncw crulsors. Ih4
me nbca t reported at Saigon. Im lalvrto
savs tho MarseilUii ship owners Lava been
asked to furntali vessels for transnortation
, for French troopto China. Only French
vessels lwvo been engaged for this service.
StUKiM, Dec. SO. The Bitharens ttera
defeated, many betng killesl, while trylnjr to
Brauv, lec SO. Th Crust Gautte tavs
' Germany desires an early resumption of
the London Conference.
VabIs, DeiSa-Tlie Frvnch Parliament
will reopen January 13
Paris, Dec. 30. Tho story about the
transtxirt Uieiihoa originated at Iiulon.
b',n fr" P"n the delay In arrival yf
the utennoa at tvatgon. nnn left loulon the
SUV viviiiiint .MINIMI. .7IIQ tVH tVUWli kllV
first week in November and waa Iat spoken
near me queen.
CvlRO, De,. SO. A dispatch from Kortl
rt P- J1"1 afernexm says Gen. Stewart
accompinied the troops fur am
aAmvrrtnofi Irui IhA sv.-a f..m k nvlld . 11 ..
jwipj u,era M ,br lnarcilc(i .,. ln i,.,.
jThe'r nmto Is through a Hit deserted In
which no huts are vslble.
.fT- VjctttiWMX Dec. sa-rrivy Coun-
" f Ji' . !" "J ' T .-?
ueru for bnlrv in connection with the
,ueylcll departnie'nt of the armi.
Beaux, Dpc. CO. The formation of the
Conpi iwinarchy uudcr n G-rman pricne U
be "" - "' P
PaKM. Dec 80. Catiilln Mede and Oo-
taV8 MirWn f ht h arf
swoards. Both were woundetlln tha arm.
Madrid, Dee. TA The walls nd church
es of Malaga wem cracked by the rvet-nt
earthquake. 8wil huue in CVsmilU dis
trict were di stroyei and many prons kill
ed. Five tvrn wt re killed and several
injured at MolU. Sittmn bouses were de-
lstryed at Ijiuyarnti and numerous ou;t
demolished and lives lot In other IIIaf.
WhatOoos It Mean?
Nw Yens. Dec. 80. Mr. Jame Gordon
Bennett's paper, thsi Kvenlng Telerram,
comes tiut to-day as a onu rent rapr. Alf
tho IcnJing morning dalles liav column
lvertiwnU annouring lh- f.-t. Wliat
Mr. Ile-nnelt means nobody , to know.
!t mBr ni.kl that h hap, to swallow
P."'e w'- W'' .' wJ "ty !
L was supiwn-i
loTelecr,n was already inakln?
ikin: a soot
deal tf motiev,
, i " . . ,. , ft . .
l said to have elewres!
i.j p ir, I1.U year It ha not l.n
It.is not timhable that the clianirw
. . i
v -". v,i ni'v iintoauic mv ine
r!r Prir t-111 ot Ultlm.to advanfaa-. f.r
th Nr ha a distinct and we)l.tihu!d
Mr. Bennett has lii Indultrinlng la all
sort of whims recyntly Tl. lowering of
the price f the Telegram i one nf thera.
He ran It for a week not long agowhlxrfit a
line, of editorial. He seem to b actually
playin o r-ck!n gm with lioth lh sriV
gram and the HerahL
He will amvsr berr srom Karupa m few
days, and It J quietly wbunrwl about that
he is going t do all .rt r,i things whets la
gets here. In view of tho unct-rtaintin sf
the futursi the- torcoon xtri (tapers J grestiy
Now Yorlc Nsvi
v.Y.r li oih-i...-.i..
Jne, chairman jf tin Republican ustloits)
cutnmntee, a wtinecs at IM exarataaUon
oa tbe charge of libel rnsde by Patrick Prd,
of the Irish World apiJtiit hint.
Joseph Brooks and Jaslk Dickson, doing
business under the rtn of Brooks A Dick
sop, theatrics! mankgr, mad an assign
Mr Ountap Appolntod.
JrrrEeka Ctrr, M. Dc SO orr.
nor Crittenden to-dsy appoisud Mr. W. i.
Dunlap a&z. if the Twmty-firtrth Judkial
circuit, vice Judgs J. M. iSstfc; mlgned.
Judge RlaeV's mlgnitlon uke eftVrt Jan
urv 1, 1W.
1h gvm"r ! appcinted W W
KlrkptriVlc prrsVling jjtWf lKecn'jntr
eourt of if C$mi1 eouaty, i-Jca Jacvli
A prdwlon was )ms! ta-dr by tb"
governor offrringa r-ri et ?KO fr tbe
arrstt a-w convKtin cf (V Ctco wbt s
watited in Cbanton cxwtity for murder.
Un ejv. JUk , Dor i TV. rsis Ml
Vll I WtUti tiii tUTftm 4 laws stsokM
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r rs Misa set la s-rt tius .!.
1S.lbltslS. tl :wl tit tC-' SJIm .a
l.ror aS tk-r 4rtfJr nMirnh ax a i 5 tsJt ia-, s.: , itat, sue.
sn-a14(aytotrtsw aU rs-ls a tbs s?eV I - MX. JH, f -ma. s.
asxi l'k. 1tsij-l cr Tryrcu a w4i tsswawr, tsss-s-ry Crttssi.' ittm,
wBnrrHt r U ssnisHt.vy'"! Mf. a a, Vj , S
wUI snUU; rnA ! Tut -Uvtrw i siMw, Wl, Ufr oir4, kH
sos-x Cm, U . I an a VrrtJ'i&os-r.j 1 1vu-Uk s4 trmir n j
rrrs-W to.'.!cVt ielBt sVsalff Ur4U-i
Otrrry. t-e. Jj-Tm Iij (xk' !. . riass44 ls t H,
ir. Its -s- T If rase, s4 ...j.-s
al rs!Si. UiTre-. trW tV Irs- Is
slrer UgM. x brvta sm1
aa-SsassHltOerAsawf fsjSv-t Htm.. !
fr . T "xt s ts nv ka
.'an stjtePM&Mii Afitess MaMb. ti
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ttiT, pnUff 4 jfcrfjn r , M1
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ce ka-tiKffrs TmTiUf Ur
InjiirveSft Osevtaaf .
Sjsssias. Vs . Skse 1J& sr. ss&a
j tkas rjsctsrf Mr rMxrt- mill I an v-
pi&l timm U. 4 at- a Mjs-tr
wita M a. rtae, &mi, lAen?M
M- - f Ciu Ca.t-4 -ic rmn 4?ses
J-ra .iwiB Missitr.ssat,
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A. a aVsaJkliM. ci-
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f-Mf. r sa Jht
QaiTESTox, Tex,, Dec.- -.TmK
4 otkriGfrlev Traiaa ar drWat tsss
!! Ierrt TsaVS? SUS
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FINANCE AND, UWIMEUCF.
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tvealwes, pr Ut
KSKS -..'-'.-'-- t-
ivuur.. . .,, .
Turnip .. , .
Cnicatea, per !. . ...
Chjkeaav per ttojrn
8. C. Ilanu .
S. ILBk. tlwn
j '"''. lh i-aiect
t riof! 'ax vc
Wichita Uts aek Xarkat,
tlUtliwsidaitybVtheWleMUBt-wk Tart t.)
Wruit. PkH, !,
Prlrera, tew u4 la Ugbt tbHastxt
l'onles. bniie ...
U( U II hantts, 1 to B it OM
Hto l.huil,atoTcr alt
Ub13bsad tsjfar ota
i iwl tsl
.. acsli) 14
., t iwsi i
fat row aatt r.slfrr.. .
$'ock anil (eJsro
Cat hlM JnX bS.
MAHKETsS ilY TELECilll'll.
"Su Lorn Oraia and Prettuc
Sr.Locis, Dmbr , Jsi.
flour Market UBelisEgtd
Wheat Market solaabarpIrhlcheratHt Ttnr
CUT rur Mar bttl silher -tb slow J No.1 mf,
sltuiss.1 l-eouilxr. sJ'.-eiV ..nr s.vj
t-V 1,',4. c!ulBt 01'iMsr.
Corn ltrkt stawt vpeaei hlzhr, then
eOM.I a rr.ctlua luwer than jnUrUsyi 3 .'
tit, cssht 5,t4Si', Umber, SH.teil',
Bary;U4.'B; rrtinjj vAi)ii Msyelos
Uff OalaMarlet slrcnjar buteetlr( , W't
cash; Sf'.st'1, May
lito-Marart datleri bH.
LesvlMaikvt ntmUuatlv 1.U
llutler Markst unchaaed, .talry. lrivi
liar Market b!hsr piJil.U AII l!Sl
tlSMothr-, li t'Jtii ut
llraa Maikrt traur) KiMV at mill
Corn MaalMarketHirarri Si l$t a
Whl.ky-MasistsUaJy,! IJ, "
lratUIonsMtst sttvufr tmlsitfl,pai'v.
Sit til bulk. raett-antf tltr.JV not sjion rift
v.it stertlar, a.ui b.,o-Ii:e:sar m
short nb. 6i sbrteiear'iKr -ar4, e.
Kacairt rWur,it,(iui 1-slmls ( sriseat, tfl.il
tmstislsi turn, lv,is bntbeisi aia, l,Mi
ah.ts rje, oii bcsbt-Ui tw',1-, .!
Hxirsia'sts riuor. j i barrets i wat
C-tf tmsbelst txrn, TS.Io aasleli mu
,tsMbasbels rje. ,( tf let, e,se.
St. Laota Us Stock
S ln . Dteetnbrr Si.f'M
Lattle (teerlpts. M. jl metits U, J-01 lO
eal druaixt but potaipift pliers LvHdanf
sotn hlplf.f lnq!tjr jot vJJknsrsi auod
steers uiJ fair it lv ,
Mieeu flwelpts, til aUpDleat, it 4d to
best rfrsilrs waats.1 s' 1 1 imtt ih ym.r staff
IUr K-oJifts, i cf sblptiirnts, 'i4, mr.
kst actita(tl(tt, at !. tii rUuit. t Hst
S.l heavy, 4 VM .
Cfclcac Gralo as4 iVatlat
eii. a, itemutMt ',t-i
rtoar Market sUcJ; .t gtut, -i f-t tanm
trstlea strvPK'r Hluter wheat, a).kl ii,
atirhtgan, i tf.il TJ sufl iprlsa whear,
ll-t M:a4ta baker i " fsi.JJl plrlv.
SI 9 At vi lu (ra-l , l & i.i rj aVr,
St 1 19 In bairslsi i s)ls task
W heal-Msrset eaellad a4 bfrtrt; rlla;
ftrr Htss-ltUd. jrlcdisl f-stsfe t .trU
Ur In lu lc that tb HIM-.ii! w-lr Vrrs'.d
.,il IraskrlS vtwned l.Sl tlsks-rt fsll '.!
rsllls-I ,se. Ml a, iilll and e.t-sia,
cbxtKCat Icosar yrstn-iaei DeeetkHef, IsHe
,,. cloth,;; ,-ss;'.j i.tn.irj. JJ,-t.'5
s-twsinif ;. rBrasr?,?M.,!riicis hi"
Jfc, m, J Nu. t isat, Hi .
ero Msrltf(lst isismiriiM.V bUi
r, lu!a- stts.Biiijbs-rj e,h. &ntSt'tr
iiiiJl !-. 'ii s.antrr ski t.tt.
rssrr. i-l-',f css)lac Mar, .,
Oat..Mrkrti!rib b! fair !!, etl.
-i Jieasr, rf,' rebiwirf. KVstt Mas,
, s-IVSIMg tX'tiK
IIj-Vsrta SU.J. .,
Bs-rlej-Msrk't Bm)aIt iMjAi
Pirit-lmjKi tsUti BX.tUU.J ttu tJli,
MHalt', nn- SuHli. etwr-t SU - sk.t;
i? astv '.. Jnsfr, ;,,'esiw., rl-.
(, IW'-.UUW) fcforjr, lis(sesv,
elvstOf Sl'Stil wii M.r,.. tl ssII Is.cW
lc, II lis, '
I-lstlst UJ;,'air I-iustSi tsl
M; a:4iaiUt Is, ft tos4 esat essft,
rf-6Jl,i,sj, Vrry. , t "wi ,
Absat Marrb ,'J .i.cl!Io ,
Balk Me-Xrrkft sisadft siwbtM. SI -
WMslr-MukMrtssy. I! x
KaetinsSlobr. I ui bamts; wlsxat, tssw
Mi bosltstesrra. 1)I,0 bsMisrla sU.tst.tul
Vcstiti rj, . boselaf b'te. a,t
BnirmaTs fVir, itjvt srrtdi b-i.
U. !wMi t "", skuUi ku
,. baslw-Ui rj, jmi k-anwi,, WlUr,
Cklttfi Urt s,
tUnt-ttKt'Hit. X1M'. i)jii..tu. i,'ta
iwarks srar .J j kfirrt rtaa tltiuf
il JiJeT a4 sfcjfj,. t n
S aM, tSfl,,iii aili. StSjylK
Ctttls aVr.itt. J, skisaesM, bm,
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