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ArOr,TT3,E XXXV1IT. NO. 212.
KANSAS (MTV, j A NT All V IK, 1MK.
.MUCH TWO (MOTS.
m 1 Uf 1T'4 It
ROTHSCHILDS IN IT.
ir is s.n that Tiir.t aim: iuiyimi
SMELTING AND HOARDING IT,
. . . .
If n Ah.
Ihe lintoprnn Syndic tn ahl o ll.ite Con-
tract, for Almnat tlin lintlro Output
of tlin Cripple Creek Mint
Mgnlllennt In Morn
Wnj. limn One.
Through recent httnlnew lfAnwtlin of
th Wclls-Pnrgo ntpree Company, It Iin
.eveloted that agrnte of the ItottrftrhlM
l'naHsri syndicate have secured contracts
with the mine owner cf rrtpnte Creek,
(Nl . nml that ttearlv nil of the gold tnke-i
out of the mine Mi"re during the coming
ear will go Into tho offer of the yn.
ill'-nto. The output of the mine for mr.
cnil month. It Is mfcl, have been secured
nnd enortmjn iiuontities have been smelt
ed and stored in tssmer, I'licnlo ami other
prominent clUee of the Went.
When the mines wore opened anal their
Importance mw ivcertalml, tlie Wells.
Forgo Rxpmw t'ompahy imt In an ex
lehlve emtlomcnt for handling the bue
ln s and KlUnt the owner of tho preerou
m tnl ev ery safeguard possible In lahlptro nt.
Tor n. lime there wa n. mot satisfactory
l.ii'inc done nd the revenue! of the ex
press a-ompany wore greatly augment..!.
All at once the shipment from the crnnp
rci-ed nnd the comiwtiy. It In claimed, In
struct. .1 ltj ireiiernl nitent t thl place,
Mr. Amaikif Andrew, to prweeal to Crip
pi.1 Creek find ascertain what avn wrong
nnd see whether the limdnce could not he
rvcovi rol. It I claimed that Mr. Atidrewn
went there and that he found the contract
had been made and that the ynllicnte wn"
etairlhg the gold there nther thnn ship It
uwny. The output nf the mines nt that
time was about Jt.OM.rt.l per month iind
Jmndllng It wait n. vulunMe Item to tho
Mr. Andrews n men e5terily In lil
otlloe In thlo elty, lmt would not verify
the ftory reVntetl Hli-e. hut the factR
leiihert out throuirh authentle eourreji. It
I. known that .Mr. An-lrewn wh In Colo,
rndo and at Clippie Cnek on. till rpevlul
TJie fact that 11rltlh wealth l eecurlnK
control of the irold of thin country a fant
n it l tirodui-'d from the mln will l
Intrrrxtlnir newn to many people. The
jirodin tlou of 't lie paid nt Crljitile Creek In
of Importitn.-e Jit the pj-i.vrnt time atul the
output I InerenMtiir ' illy ami tniich 13n
KltfU cnpllal ! Koliut there for Inventment.
KANSAS CITYANS WANT BONDS.
Jminlrlfl Made of Siirtcjnr AVeluli on tho
J.rronroti Hiiipo.Hlni 'Unit lie Would
II inillt 'I Imin.
Two well known citizens made nppllentlon
j -sterday to Sun-eyor Milton 'Welsh for
jior'lon of th Ifjtue of Bold bondu that nre
t lie put on tho market noon. Th nppll.
ratloiiH wuroinula under tlvo Impretelon.
that the loatr In to lie n popular one, and
the liondii urwn W Ofcutoeoi of liy th o
jvtary of ih tJv jjw IhjtW" the nr-y-or
ofjtlH.j.j, ftCA,Jt.hy hto
..fTV-rnJeni cISWt ti tntTrea-urer In olh
ctnl ciiKielty. The Inveetcm wr Inrormed
tint the olliee had not Ikh notified of any
Pit M HrranKemcnt)', aiul wan not lit a io.
(aim to nivivi. npiII.Mtlon for the liondu
or dl-ii.'W of tiietn In nd.iuee.
It I- iiniler-i.x I that more than n score of
wi'l kmnn ipitill'iH "f lh city hive d'
oi ! I ! iiiMMt unite heavily In the loii'U
If ! tH'iie rhouM lw a popular one, ..
M"S fioiu the I lout received by prlvnie
irii.i In the try Imd to the belli f thai
ih, (Kili nt the adinlntvtnitlon will Ik- to
put out ait many of the UiutU throughout
tli.- N.Kt are wnnu-d by Inv. utorii on the
ground that uch a courne will tend to
in ile the peoitle of that portlcm of tho eoun
irv let hiMtlle to the buaie and hIvo to tho
liollcy of tin- uiimlnlftratlou the coiMhil In.
d.ir- iin nil of the mm who have maje the
iir Iiuhh. and thum ntlfy tho veotiW und
t,ive to the lultnlnbftratlua wnw of the rU
. it It tH1 inueh Il.'ebi.
It is mateil that In etuo of a popular loan
In iin; ni. id.-, tlie proiriion uf the lilixku
Inu will come to Ivauwu City will Indi
cate a vT) healthful mate of Mii'tin-e and
.how thiu there u In the city a coudderable
nni'vint of com that ha been held a a
iii tt.iiTiii.s rtiu tiiiiAitirrriis.
That' Why Waller Ituini, Small lloy, shiv
ered When Itelwoteil 1'rom dill.
Walter Ilunn, a small boy, who ban been
F.rvli)- a atnlitiu of thirty da In the
jnl for la-tlt larn-ny, wiu releantfd yenter
iln. h.ivlnif IlllUb.-d bin time. A the Ud
walked from the jail oiHl'u, It wa plainly
F n that bin ehiv. rln frame wu covered
with txamdy rtiouub clotbius to aniwer
f..r iiiimiur ueatlur. llu uboW raiment
toiodMtd of the reiuuaul of an old bat,
a uat 'Abuse aleevm were aiuputated at
thr elliowv, aud which allowed two DUUtll
lil n'k arm to ieep from b low their ra'K''l
c.iK'i.. a ir of tr.um.r, oue lew of wnUh
w mid have alone Um sutlideut nu far a
iiu.iitiliy wan conceriwd, and a pair of rub.
b' r OV'TKUiMk.
Vounir Ituuu stood a If dazzled by the
JiKht of the afu-ruuon un, u he Unxered
a few mouU'HU in trout of the tail build.
In.', and then dbMiuearel around the cor
I. r. lie wait ankid what had bcome of
Jn rloiUlBK and wby be madu 111 appear
an - on the tr.el In urh kcanty attire,
but he nald uolhUli; ami wa (fuiu Itefore he
i .nil I be urlbeil. In dliwl' to nueHtioua
P -.ardluff the released prUouer, Jailer Wll-.-on
bald that it wa ery uual fur bovs
uhu wire seiitrii''eil to kbort term 1a the
j. ill k.dl i heir .-lolhluit to the mure fortu.
rue prUunnn uuo liappeu to have tuuuey.
and buy liyarette aud nweettnvaU with the
moil. y. AtfordiUitly, wbea tbuy are re
b aeil they have to get away with what
ilotUIng- they cau borrow, guuietita they
t:juible awa the money by hooting- crap
an I that i even wore. Thi wa the .Ir
. iimstanu kurrouiiUliii.- the little llunn
tu.' appearatue tterday when be walk
t i from the Jail building a free boy once
mure, lie bid pawned bU clotbluk that
b- bad wheu be wut to jail-aud which
ua apihireotly goodfor money to buy
ivar.Ue and caudy. and was alouMt
uaked when hi time cam for dIsmlaL
J-AYIXG TIIU SATTLUV WITXKsSKS.
A Lively brramblo Veiterday for tbe Lone
Tha aBsauftcetaent la tbe papers yeiter
U that tbe uuMiey for tbe nlintes In
tte Sattky cae bd beu rtcive.l by
Criminal Cterk Tbotiuou. and wa ready
for OWtrlUukaj. treated a miniature panic
in tbat oAoe yesterday morulon by the
irowd of -lUueuM after their fees. Tbe
rui.b wa. kept UBaU day and by Bight
over Kuv'i of the tt.5lM received bad leen
paid out. There wa ao dUtinitoa In the
iituuK- wbo went alter tbe tuoue. youtui,
oli. uwle and female In fact everybody
who bad a claim w a on baud Jut a noon
u it were powUM for bitu. or her to Ue
The Urset itayinest to any one parly
wa tent by theek to Mrs. Lizzie Carraody,
tbe innkeeper at Iadepadace. w bo board
. and took care of tae iury durinz tbe
ial It wa for iTUK.ae. aud will so dAubt
a inot welcome retoittauce. A. I.
ueer. paylntf teBer in the defunct Satt-
r bank, was one of tbe Art persons to
Claim wltuei feta tterday morulas. He
UOO-1IOO UlTKTUS lOK 'OU.
7 bey Were Elected Yeiterday and Arrauge-uit-otH
3Iado o Kutertalu Luiubermeu.
IIco-Hoo. No. I. of Kaasoa City, h14 Us
annual election: of directors and oUiccrs at
th lub rooms. In the Keith & I'erry
bajlilcB yesttrday. Thi ele. tlon resulted
a- foUts. J. SI. Boroanlin. manaser for
Wdllam iJucbanan, president. D. T Mor
uj, ice Vresidvnt, J. L. J-aae, of the
rirernw-ay Ltimr Comptiny. secretary,
end K. W. Clark, of Clurl & Itttte. treii'.
iirr. Thee four offleerf re li dire tM,
and the temninlnit five membr who con-
titute the board are f. v. Hue. J W.
SantKirn. c. J. Carter, A. A. White nnd
The Hoo-Hnn are iirlnrltmlly lnmler
men, nd th y eSfwet. an H their cnatom,
to enttttaln vtoltor to th convention of
the Muffour! nnd Kana lletrtll I.Mnbrr
DenleW Aoolatlon. which will fee held in
Kn City on Janiiarv . ami 11 UUr
InK the conventWR th re Will lie, ns H the
annnal etitoH ft rand eonenteimtlon of
the no-IlBi. The r.hin of th rt
renilon tfcH year will be hetd at th Hoo
HB club room.
Thry Are In the t Ity for Ihe 1'nrpnte of
ltlddlim: on iv Itli; t'on-
Tn vr of Ihe fact that certain rofidiiU
ordWHMJtpe hd beefl aked for and HTflnted
by th elty conned, n delentoii f rrpre
ftttlve frmt the N'atttotml Comlnlt Mn
nfAetminft cyttipiny, of Xvw York, reached
the elty ymterdny to took over the ground
and investigate the fact and If hen
tin ny work to be done wmn, mH. If wv,
t- put In ft bid for eonmtelnC the cwn
dnlte. for the company.
The nTly was eompoiietl of Jarne P.
Jtejiiald, eeriviary ami trweurer of the
N dlotnal Cotiiliilt Mannfacttitinit tompahy:
( K. t'eitlow, rem rat Rnetern rtent of the
company; K. J. Kenlow, of livenwmth:
Chaile Sinter, who own the i-otidult y
tem of ftt. l.oul', and A. 0. Schle(!lng'r. of
New- York. wh la Intereatevl In the com
pany, nnd alo connected wMh vnrlom min
imi cnntpnnlt of (Ndorn-lo. The party will
remain In the . Ity for a few doya, lookm
after the matter rein tine to their line of
work, and will then ro to Cotomikt, when
th.-y will lnpe t come of the mlmm of that
etate. and tcn return tn the Kant.
I.at evenlnr fteeretaty .McQimld v 'nl to
llicelalor Sprtnra, where n eonferv of
Interested parties we held to iltar' . the
eondiHt ft-anehlv- In thl dty. The men lt
the party will return, to the city thl morn
lmt, ami hone to le able to lenve for the
W.-1 Saturday even In r.
Mr. Mi'Oimld rild yenienlity that It wn
the lntnttm of hl company to bid for the
wct1 of puttluir in lioth th line or con
duit that have leen airthorlzed by the city
couni'll. nnd thar he wn hopeful of rettlmr
the eontratt The eot, he thought, a
likely to lie about IJe'.Oi" .Mr. Mcguald l
well polcl on the ptoMi.il plan here In
the city and 1. of the opinion that the elty
ehould have a conduit system put In ut
PAY EXCESS UNDER PROTEST.
Attorney Tlclirnor'. MiKKc.tlou to Tele
phone siili.i'rllirr. Who Want to I'uy
'I heir lllll. I'endliii; It te "ctlleiuriit.
Tho citizen' telephone committee held nn
oIIit mrftlntr y.-Menluy afternoon In the
IJxchnnre bulldlr.ir Attorney C. o. Tlchen
or, who linn been retained to represent the
elty In the litigation thnt will iloiihtlwn be
come ncceernry In order to secure the en
fonetnent of the Htoner ordlmince. wna
prenent and ndvteeil the member of th"
committee how to proceed In coieluctlntc
the tight for chciiier telephone rnten. The
following resolution waa adopted:
"llcmilved. Thnt the aecretury thrnuli ttwi
pre.n, enll the Attention, of telephone aub
erllier. to the fact that If theychould nee
tit to pay the company, they may do in
Mich a. way a to e ure the future refund
ing of excenK iMiintenta. Thev ehould. nt
the time of paylUK, aiv that they pay the
excena of the chante, above what In alloweil
by law, under preieft."
Mr. Tlchcnor wild thnt thli notb- ro tho
company would be nultH-leiit In law to enm
bl Ihe tmbcrllcr to r.mwr the i v.-
u mo limn paid. In the event that the eourta
ahould HUtain the cltj'a i-ilt:on In ihe
content for reduced Mile.
lr. W. 1'', Slorrow reelnel from tho
(ommlttee, lctiuae of Intended abnco
rotn tlia elty, and Dr. Joaeph Sharflfewa
iiTin.BGn.i.. mi i Da .nnHHiu 'i
DECREE OF SALE SIGNED.
Tenth Mrcct Lino rori-i lii.ure ilrdered and
lll.pil.ltloil of Priic.'l'd. lleNlf-
lulled liy iIimIki. I'lillip..
The d-eree of ante In tho foreclosure pro-c.-eillnK
aBiiliit th- Tenth ulreei cable lino
wa elKiir d In the fed. nil court here eater
d.ll li .Indue I'hlllp lllld the dl'lHWltion of
th fui'.U that aru .xiiected from the Male
wa ulo orilered.
There la no ioillillty whatever of tint
prop, rty renins' for half en. man to pay the
full amount of the debt u-uln-t the cori
ivtlon. The debt and liabllttie nf the
concern now amount to more than a mil.
I. n of dollar, while the lipet price of tho
prouerty I but !!,'.
The d i-ree a that the fumU ehall Hrt
lie iippll'd to the paym nt of the court
eotai, the eieiine, of the fJiecUl maater
and attorney and trutee for the wcurlty
hold r: tba' the jIih nf the ltriklerlek
ItamHUiie Hope Comjiany for RliLsl, ami
two cUIiiim of C 1.. IIut-hinoii for '4i.
aVi.'iS. for recelvvr' cirtlm-ate. fhall alio
le piid In full. The lalm are then pro
rated ui the order of their datex, and they
are to b. paid a I'UiK a the iMh hold
out. One of the claim I for l"7.l"7 worth
of Imih.U aihl uiKMli. r U for J17l.l'i.' .i fur
iverUiK-at.T of ind.l.;. diieim, and amaher 1
for iv'elver' c. rtlliiatea, .iiiioinnlim to
$.", held by C. I, llu . hin. on a trinitee,
while there are aboui KM.ii.ai worth of old
accuuuta and claim a.iut tbe coiupjny.
New Decree of sale I lied Ycittcriliiy Order
lilt; Separate Di.pn. aU of Srcurllle..
Tbe new decre of .ile tn the JarvU
Oonkliii Mortguwe Tri-it Company uuets
w-a framed )esterday by Judait I'htllp ami
tlle.1 durlnt; the afieiivoon. with the clerk
of the court. It provid. for he .ile of th
entile lot of ecuritie on the 1th of Feb
ruary by Receiver John l- DoHiiiin;, and
provlden that each hlov'k of lotti atul
Mock anal securities shall lie dikiiused of
k-iurately. TbU 1 tu accord with tbe re
quest of the minority security holder,
who made m h a vigorous priaet over tho
manner of dikpul that was adopie.1 at
the former sale, wbwh. was ei aside. There
are aswu for .ile amountln,; to more than
I,17i.t0, faa-e value.
!:AT!I OKCAflAIN ll.tliKVM. SMVUI.
A former K.nit.ia L'iljau l)lr In a St.
I.oulk Lodi;liii; lloune.
Captain Harry M. Hmjlli, W year a old,
tail to liave former!" resided la Kansas
City, and to have been the proprietor of
the Imperial, now tbe Normandy, hotel,
at V Central ktrcvt, died in a keialuur
bouse In tit. I.ouU Wedneaelay n4nht. bet
ters fuuud on bis per.ou contained the
laforuiatlou that Smth bad been eiuploed
at several hotel iu Kausa City iu ear
past, a w-ell a bavin had charge of tbe
Imperial oteL No cau.o vva assiatued
for Smyth's death, but It 1 thouubt to
liave bieu due to dissipation, as several
imply whisky bottles were fouud Iu bis
inijulry at tbe Normandy hotel last even
ing failed to a licit ay laforaiatlon reaard
lug Suitb connectton with that hotel, a
the preent propria tor. who tuu been In
cbarae of tbe place for threat leal, did
not know Wiu.
1IIK 6'IIUtV OI'MAltY JIAV1S".
Wandered I'rom Her Home aud Sought
lleli at tbe i'ollce station.
Sir. Slary Uavl, about 3S year old. np.
plied to tbe police at Central station Iat
nU;ht for lod.mt. She said she bad walked
Ave uub a to tbe city and was tired and
peUAib.es , that she had recently separated
from her b.ubaud and that he had forbid
den her to ue bis name, but that she bad
zu other came to ico by, hence she used It.
la the jKiIUe matron's room there are a
number of cots that are supposed to b
for the purpose of carina; for Just such,
women as sir. Davis, but for some rea
son the ponVe declined to permit her to
sleep at the station and sent nr across the
street to the Helping liana institute, which.
I very poorly provided to care for Indi
gent women. Kvanselist Shawhau. tow
ever, made room for her. and thus kept
her from wandering the street all night.
Uoverour Jouc I Miikliu.'.
San Francisco, Jan. . The condition of
Governor Jone. of Nevada, who ha ba.en
sick for two months, is not improved. Ill
pliytkijns have now diagnosed hi trouble
a aaucr of the stomaih an i he is thoujjhl
to be gradually tinkins. Ill i bildren have
beta seot for from Carson City, and the
governor ha made his will.
Till: KAN1.l St:NATtK ON Till! JIO.N-
WANTS THE IDEA EXPANDED.
its a iinni) miMa ami in: ni:iiii:
It) I't sll If AI.OMI.
He Alan tirl. n Might tnralnn rm l.ro'.
tttiitlitl Appfndige mid L'rttlrlai. .tlr.
Cleveliind'. tlrfrnt enernelv M.-
n-iRe !., Coin ice lletmle lo.t
poneil lion . I'roreedliiKi.
Waahlneton, Jan. D, Mr. I'rye Itltrodiieeit
ft bill to-day In the aennte lo reconvene
the dclegatf to the International tnatlne
conferenre of 1W9.
In preaentlnr nome petltlona Irom Nor
folk. Va., in favor of llheral appropriation"
for aenootU defenaea, Mr. IJanlela, of Vir
ginia, called attention to the alarm whhh
manifestly existed In the minds of the Iso
lde h Ion it the sen const. In view of the rn
mora of war. lie thouaht their .ipirehen
slona of bombardment were exiiMeniled,
but eireetl the Mlef that onr aeaeoast
rltlea should be adenimtely fortllled to
meet any emergency.
eitat.ir tttk.r'. tte.oliitliin.
Sir. llaker, Itepulillran, of Kansas, of
fered the following resolution, enunelallnaf
an emnslon of the .Monroe doctrine:
"Itesolved. That the fnlted Slatea will
rcmrd It ns an unfriendly act for any fur
elm imwer, without our consent, by war,
treaty, purchase or otherwise, to extend Ita
terrltotlal limits In the Western hemisphere
on either of the American continents, or lo
any of the Island adjaent thereto, which
this country deems necessary for Its self-rre.-rviitlon.
And the t"nltd .States re
serves the right to lie sole Judge of the ne
ccslty for the nialntitmnce of their na
That the principle herein enunciated U
found In the law or self-preservutlon which
from necessity adheres in and belongs to
every civilized tuition as a sovereign and
InitllciiHlile right. Hnd tills principle Is at
tested by Washington' farewell address
and 1'rcsMcnt Monroe's cver-iiieinumblo
Itlissilge of Uea-emlier ., IV23."
rien.itor linker beg.in, li observing: "The
Slonroe doctrine, as understood by the
American people. Is n doctrine of whp.
not war: of pras-rvatlon, not deatrm tfun.
Mr. It.iker then outlined the conditions that
forced the principle upon the mind of
Washington, and which later win euunclnt
.d liy I'n -Idi'iit Monroe. After itotng over
the reason, causes nnd arguments sustain
ing this principle In those days, he said:
"some Aiuetlcan statesmen Inculcated with
Knxllsh principles have sought to over
throw the doctrine of non-lutarveiitlon by
adopting the Ibigllsh Men. It 1ms been dc.
nl d as a correct principle whin applied to
the South American continent. Its appllcu.
blllty bus been denied us to the Islands ml
Jin ent to the American continents In the
Western hemisphere. Its nppllnililllty
has In en denied even to the North.
American continent. It appllcabll'ty to
the pnsetit existing conditions In Wncziie
In, lias been denied. So. Mr. I'resll.nt.
there I not that i-mlre and absolute iitiiin
Unity there should be a to the principle
which should control this country lu the
future with reference to Intervention of
lorelgn (lowers on tills side of thu ocean,
with the political and domestic urfnlr of
Ihe Ameilcan continents nnd of tlia Inland
t TavJwpKllieriWiVe dWyifeToWediipon this
congress to declare In no uncertain lan
guage Just what Is meant nnd understood
by the American iieoplu of tion-lnurvcn-tlon
After iiintlng Jefferson on the subject.
.Mr. linker said. "The .Monroe doctrln- t
made .tppllcHlile alike to the a ipilsitiou of
terriloij b war, b cession, by treaty, bj
pun li.ise.or otherwise in any manner what
cv.r. The iliinger apprehended was the
acipilsltlon of ti rrltnrv here. In any man
ner, by fori lull siw. rs. and the setting up
of their forms of euveiumeul or establish
ments ml I uent to ours
"The danger ihu apprehended by Amer
ican statesmen was Imminent and was the
r.asou for ihe rule or pitnelpla announced.
And the danger iippiehended Is Jim a
great aud Imminent to-day, even mure ap
parent." 'the l'rr.ldeiit frill. I. nl.
After noting the conquest made ity lireat
llrltaln mid the present emergi ney as found
111 the Venezuelan iiilestton, he referred to
l'resldeiit Cleveland's HMlilon a follows:
nil the 17th of December, last, l'resldeiit
Cleveland, In Ills message to congress, at.
tempi, d to slate the American doctrine of
non intervention. i, he state It fully',
I torn the gen. ral approval of the message
by the press of the country, one would l
ko Int lined iu Itelteve, but upon a careful
s-rual of tiie ma-ssage, I am ut the opinion
lie dt I not state ihe American principle
lull), and. while announcing the principle
Kciieiullv, h,. uullltlcd It In one of It most
"If we give i words their plain
and ocdinar meaning, tie n we are forca.l
to the laoiiclesion that he attempted to
apply the do. trine to the American repub
lic only lu iae arf a foreign power, by
war if force, attempting t extent U-.
territorial limits. In hi in. -.sane he ex
pressly declares that Venezuela may adjust
llu matter with Kngland. Ile.aj,: 'Urawt
Britain's .ie. nt pruMMltloii has never
thu far been rcgaided a admissible by
Venezuela, though any adJustnunt of tho
leiundury which tlutt count rj may deem
fur her advantage and m.t cuter Into of
her own free will .Mimot. of course, Imj
obJa'iel to by the Culled States.'
"We are here Informed that If Venezuela
should see tit to rexognize the Kngllsii
claim anal thereby loo.c.le 3h,oM kaiuaru
mlb-s or more of her territory to Kugland,
It quid not be objected to by the I nited
State. If territory can be thus obtained
b) iHfMcefiil mean, by consent, by agree
meiit. by a-inasiuj), uy treaty, why m.iy
nail the eiJtire territory of Venezuela or of
any other oeseiuliiK nation Im- traiasferrud
fully to s-owe foreian uw? It will aUo
be ol eivil that the prealdeiit kays that
tlve aciiuisitlou of t.-irltorv agiiivt It will
would ba- lu d-rogali-m of (t r.ghtu. There
fore If acquired with it will, it coukeut.
It would it- t W In ili rogation thereof. If
the Mouvue "W trine U only to be Invoked
or Implied when larritory I sought to be
obtain. .1 by war, or a condition equivalent
thereto, the kx trine ought to be imwa-11-atel
utueii it ' so as to make H to ter
ritory cbialue.1 by a-eKkion, treaty, iur
cbae or otbarwfae- luder m eou-trtK-tion.
ripalu aau mfc Cuba to Kuglau 1 wl
AuurUa would have no uu to compla in.
Suraly the American p. opie will lu-ver
willingly alopt suih a cciurtrui tion Th
Amerk-au usuple u-ajsiy. with almost per
fe. t unauliuity, bebVve that Cuba adwokl.
a u matter of self-nateeervaUon, belong to
u. Iu any event. If u ioe from the .q
trol of Spain st must either be.'onu an la
aiepasnaleut power or else become subject
lour j pail ot this nation, atul this upa-u
tbe principle of telf-pmerv ation or salt
defense. A priucitile as old as men and
nation. A prln -Ipte Just aud right and of
most geoMiraMis applb'ataou."
Mr Call Deiwacrat, of Ptorida. took oc
casion bafcire tbe redutlo was referred
to tbe foreign relatiauts comjuittee, to call
attentiou lo the war wbick the Cubat
were o gaUautly and successfully waging
for iuda-ua.uieuee and txpreaweal the hope
that the t-oonmitte.- o foreign relations
wubl report a resolution fur ihe recogni
tion of the Cuban baliiga rents.
senator Mawurt ui. thu New Lo.u.
When the moraine business had been ill
poed of there wa a clash as to the order
of procedure. Jlr. Stewart. lopulit. Ne
vadu. InsirUd upon aildralng the senate
on the Btkln resolution proibitiu the
sale of bon.1-. e.-ept after advertUemeiit
to tbe hi'beat blil.ie-r. Mr. Jone. Ut-iiu.
crat, Arkansas, iu charge f tbe free
coluane substitute to the house bond bill,
vvauiid to proc.ed with the coosbleration
of that bill according to tba notice jirevi
ouly given, but a llr. Stewart Insisted,
Mr. Jone vv ootnpeUed to iWd Jlr.
Stewart lu hi, remarks aJvocated tbe
iia-sing of- the Hlklus i.lulion a unitnd
el by Mr. Itutler. of North Carolina, pro
hibiting the sale of any bawnl in the fut.
ure except with tbe express itMUaent of ouu
grest. . .
He characterl-eai t o proposed popular
loan of the admlnbtra-lon a a "cruel
mockery." No loan would be a popular
loan unless It wa offered after tbe fa-bloni
of tbt French loans.
.Svudleate V1II t!et tbe Itond-
He affirmed that It a not, the latentkm.
of tbe president to allow- .the peoplo to set
ih" bor L. Th wire to gv. as tb crhtra
bid vnc tta ta, tyaiicaLtf. Tte Brestiitnt. ,
11 I Mr P-.tvart, v i merely tant.il'ftni;
th. pildi. with ht nterfelt ..(T. r
l.'n.. The honai ivi . w in 'V en' I
giml.er of the syrlalt' It tra known
that the entire lawilfe ef . -vis. h. il t h.' 1
h -i en lernrlttetl (. yn ll ati- 'hut
ha I i irmr-d the o!d In New York .Mr
S'"Wart al. r wtneaM th. tt-fwpt t" pa
"an emergency Mflr? hill which c( old mn
Iwetimo a law, ftjftdk If it mtiH Would only
reHit m nn.ettnnl h i.t-re
The plain pitTpiaf vVp to keep np tariff agl-
tatl.wi to dia-triet Mttnt
rrom th- flnan-
rial iistre- or t
had fre eitmte
Not until w
aid he. would
w.' havsi nnanchii Tfi'' i ndence from
Hotnclil.tl and tiwgoll Ramblers.
In Itnlul.ier to Hie Hrl lli-fa.
A lon . the frtj ;nnalarit va-tw maln
.ilrr.l In the I'nMijl Stal we would he In
bondage to Hfeart JMtsIn out gold obliga
tions to Ore-It llrttnfn n- . ta.rd aNmt ..-
K.I..I.I nimiiiitiy. is
fur eajr rta et-
rrr I I oilr Import
i haiiwi This year
i1 1 be aalnst n
i util have to he
ii by constantly
irlng debt atul de-
p ople to pv.
n d thwt he waa
in nuiani'e oi tn
an.l p-rhttva tnti
paid in Bn. to sett
gold cou. be oWM
tnvrensing our interwt
creasing the powef Of
l.. int i..mi... u a.
not In favor or ew
Irna those Who took
ns liy Ihe throat lit
was. In favor of !m(
"f dltfes: that he
t !. oe from all Ku-
I-1 of niounm
aur tliKih ial a w
(i d.'lt! In .ep-n I-
erne ar w
I'i. to nnaiti.'lnl sla
i Ions should be
thrmn to the vvli
Tl orltvidplc-a of the
lHmaemtte laartjl JWd
run. nv the noiiM.
It hn I beejtne ffci) Hni of one m.m nnd
thnt man was the? tfi of Wall street.
Mr Si. w-art i-ot-ltihw-l at 1 w.
Mr Jnm lll'ia, afh i then enlPd p Ihe
wnite fr-e eolnslge jabjiiiiite for the hone
lK.nl hill but owlnkttn -I. latehesa of the
hour, he did nit open th- .leinte to-day. and
at 3 M the Semite vrtm tiito executive ses
sion., soon therevifter H urnlng.
VENEZUELA INFhE HOUSE.
Itcprraenlntlir t.la li.talnii Intrndiire n
Itraolnllnli tim.eriltllg l.ng' mil's .tlovr
Inenta In 'llii.l llepiihtle.
Wiihlngton. Jnn. 8 An echo of the
Associated l'res (llspit.hr from Vene
zuela was heard In th bouse to-day. An
soon a the Journal h. been lead Mr.
Livingston (Detti., Oiortlu sent lo the
clftk's desk and hml read the following
"lie It resolved, by th house of repre
sentatives, the setiuta . em tirrlng. That the
president of tho tfnltel states Is hereby
requested to forthwith aa, crtaln whether
Oreal Urltnlii Is mfvan. ing her oiitponta
on the territory Ri depute between her
cnlonj of llrlllh fllllani and the r pnMIe
of Vnnextiela, or lairelufor.-lng wsts here,
tofore established ,wjth troops, iwdlce or
ordnance; und ahplltd Hie president lie-coiri.-
cognizant or Uie '" t Unit ttrltlsh
mllltiiry or isillco fpri i mlvuiicltig lo
Invade or relnfuree, Or - me the 17th ib
of ltietiibr last has Invii ted or reinforced
wts fuimerlv ocfltinli '. within said dls
liut'd territory, he dim ir ' the Itninedlati
wltbdriiwnl nf snkl ioll.r. atul the re
duction of the pullua for-.- ti nld territory
to not a greater iluml t tluin were oeeu
pylng the Itrltlah ntltpii on the afore
said lTlli of liccHtiibvr. I'.". "
Mr. Livingston nsktil r--i uniinlmnus con.
(..nt lo make n brief Mlinntlon of Hie
resolution, but .Mr. lloni. II (Hep., Mnlnei
obleelrd, ami the read itlon vvns referred
to the committee on for. icn nlTalrs.
Decemltei 1. Is Ihe dn- ntwin which the
president sent his Villi' randan nussnge to
After some minor, pro. e dings, at l-:-U
the house n iljolirlical,
laiitl.... nnd Mlaiveaarl I'oatltil.ters.
Wushlnaton. Jan. 9J-1he iir.-l.l.ii t ent
the following iiniutti'kt m to the senate
to-.lnv: rnsMnitstafaf vi illimti A Wngo u
er.t'il-tli i.Kas.; CJrail.iinllton. Monlgiim
ery Cll. .Mo. AlaUMjjC' ' miter of imisIuims.
tors now- In otlicel-M ,'eapisilnte.I as the
allies lsigna-.W-vi-t' mtf,- -
OMINOUS NEWSFROM HAYTI.
A lllnody lteli.liltli.il I'redlrted III the
llbt.k llei.lile It. lore .11 . Ill ll.jr-lll-
pallte to It.- Overllirimii.
New York. Jan. i A local paper has re.
e. Ived mail ndvl.-. - rtolii I'ott an I'rttice.
Ilnyll. to the eff. .i that a r vuliitlon. far
rci.chlng In extent u l Impurtama and Its
prnlMble results, I- itfllll threlltella-d In the
Illack repiibll. Tl . correspondent, say
that If the plans of the conspirator do not
miscarry. It will l under way by the lat
ter part of .lanmir). The movement must
not be confounded with the periodical up
rising that have . uvulsed this port of
Han Doinlmjo, t.iin- the establishment of
the republic In Iv-t- It Is But so much
the moving of tin- r-tlis spirit or plot
and Intrigue a it Ihe natural proa-e
of evolution the pus-Hug forward of nine
teenth century civlllz. Hun, the further ob
literation of the tuiujtlvu and the suustl
tiitlon of the iro.1. ii
The seven year i-nn of I'lorivad lllppo
lie. the pr.setit pr. - lent, expires In 1WT.
Tbe a-onslltutlon piovideg that a presl
dent i.iiiiiot kii.-cea.i luiiiself until at least
one term of olfice in'crveiie A in nn
other aountry, wh. -. a politician's am
bitions for a conllnu n e of ier Is bulked
liy a ligai bur. II. m dyte would like to
name his u. n-mor lie lias a nuinlK-r of
candid ales. Two oi he mor piumlneiit
are U li. rat Nord V.-ibl, ileb-k.ite to the
ileiartmelit of Ih. Noith, an I l.eneral
Jloupiut Jeuiie, ex ii .nikter of war Thtse
will bo the prineipil ulmlnlstrati ni candi
date, and it is to i. feat them that the
revolutionists will I 1 1 every aneruj. up
(H uling not to the . pillar Will of the peo
ple, lmt to the arlilu . ment of the sword.
The revoluttonara nirty has for its i an
il I'late (leiieral 1'r.iu is Maninat. now au
exile III Ivingstou Jan aica, u hither he was
deHirted live a' ugo for coiikplrai
aKiiiust the HipixiU i admiuUtratuin.
lieueral .laii:-ai i a black nmu in the
prime of life, and .. t.es natural quali
ties of leadership. ' lie ml Munigat was
trained lu the t: ol. Iilltalre at Hi. Cr.
He was brought In -i.tact with the bright
est mind of I'r.ue and hoi nature being
alert aud re-eptiv lie re tallied what be
heard and learned Jlanigat I" said to be
burning with eag. r - to return to hi
own lountry so b. u.ay apply the knowl
edge he b- gain.d n. Hurope.
The revolutionist- i iopoe to raaih tbtlr
goal through an av i . ie of bloo.1. They will
ee to it that no - ippairter of aliher of
Hipliolyte's men i .teal to tb bouke of
deputies, if the v. a aetiiMUplish- thl
object, well and '. If not then force.
Tbe National Bank f llHjtl. lo. al. -I in
tbl town, may b. tr.e ilret point of at
tack. It I the i.j-iUan of the ijov.ru
iwent fua.U. Tker.- i- au traur d. iari
lueut. Tbe bank i- now troul suarded
aud will so coutiuu- to bu until after the
The adherent of Maalwat are bound to
Inaugural, ajwai.tul uon.nlot ting gov -ru-uu-ur.
if they ha v. to kfll every oJfi.-e-holder
to do It.
MISSOURI PRODUCE DEALERS.
lir.t Anuiial Convcutluu of tho A.aoiiatiuu
iu a-luu at ilaaeu Valu.iLle
I uprrs Itrad.
Macawi Ctty. Mo. Jan. 9. (Special.) Tha
Unit annual state uuuleeale piaxlu.e deal
er' comtotlou wa- hell here tu-day. A
number of repra-w native merchants ol the
state are present and many wut letters
vxiiressiug vyniiiatii with tlie uioveai-u:.
'Inhere ure also several ?QiuuJslon una
hasro and reprej.eniaUvK of traua.uorta
tlon compaaie. C K. Comb and A !'.
Ilarr were- el-ted unpotary chairman god
saacretary respeiii.. .. A oouunitt. .- oi
permaiaeat organi-i.ou ivia appointed u
folious: F. F. Coo.! '. C S. Foster, J. J.
laU. At the aiunuaon haMUkw J. J.
IUvU. of Macon, wa- .'hoa-ta ixestient; A.
F. Hair. sWTelar. and J. M TiudVy.
treasurer. It. J. FiuU-v, uf Jlacou, raad u
pane- on "Traasp. rt-ui-JaV." aud a commit
tee on transpoartaiti jij wa uptnu-d iuu
austlng of Mtwra. iUiu . l-oxei anl Farks,
vvktb buiruetUMi lo m v e Uggite and .oiu
ligro rates and report ut next nteetiug ilr.
Ilnley ab-o poke on i-JiiiiiOikins an 1 coni.
iuia-icc toouse-i ani referrasl to tbe fa t
that errontouk rat. were frequently u.uo.l
td b ChKago coiu.uii.-duon men. and o a
conaeifurna-e stuitp-i- ofiten hal to sail
ttuir goaid at low. r prices than they bad.
beeo given to believe toey would reielve
for Uiem. tHher to;in uf Interekt w er
db-cuaved and Mr. i ailey asked l. r oidn
lun of the best uitnotl for obtaining
market cwtatilon- lra.i day to da He
tihougbt it Vary n.i-ary that Mi-souri
thjppers thouid ro.ui- quotations in-rj-n.jrujng
that they .ght decide . ith. r tp
bae thtir pajlng pri k upon tbe u. iota,
uocs cX eai.ii day -r tbe iy irvaoiuu
GHOYER IS AMAZED.
SIOI'ILV lll'MLS lt'ltl.l'sill.tl siAli;.
MI..N is AtlOI't I Hi: ItO.MI tvsLIk
NO DEAL WITH THE SYNDICATE.
SA1S Till! .IIIT4.IIIIINS Altlt ".MALI
CIOIN AMI .MI.MIAt'lOIIV
He Mrllfn I imp; Letter to srnittir lf
fer, of Loiilatiili i, und 'tell. Ituw It
All Happened A ropiil ir Lom
lettered tiv the Admin
Wnshinglfiti. Jnnv P. The debate n-n lh
Klklns reoitt!oh In the actuate last Friday
when the adtmhliatratlotv was nci ucl by
eevrerrtl sentom of having entered into
an agreement with a syndicate to float the
Ptpeeled Issue of laohds. Is th subject of
a. letter wrtlleti by l'resldeht Cleveland to
'WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH
f atL" - 7
''r,7rti u','j, -i
Henator enffery, of fe-mlsiiinn. The know I
Ige that such (i letter had t-en nddrewad
to .Mr. Cnffery was obtained to-night and
the letter was made public by the biatct.
It U In the Tiaudivrltlns f the preeident
anal oovr ls lge of closely vv rltten ttwU
Mpr, Hit In fnlt Wlowttt ,
Washlngtoti, U. C , Jan. U, tK
.My lieur ! nator; I have ra-ud to-day lu
the Congressional ISeeord Ihe debate in the
senate en Friday, a-ona-'-rrlng the financial
situation and bond Issm-s.
I am amazed it the Intolerance that leuit
even eclted partisanship to udopl, n a
basl of attack, the tinfound.-l accusation
anl as.crtlous of a maliciously mendacious
an I iisatlotuil newspaper.
So banker or Omiiui. r. nor any other hit
man being, has been Invited to visit W.-h-Ins
ton for the ptirpo1' f arranging In uny
way or manner for the disposition of bond
to meet the present or future m-cls of the
gold ra serve.
No lirran. mem of any kind has Ix-u
made for the disposition of such bonda ta
any ynII-u'.u or through the agency of
No assurance of such a dlspaiMt! of boli.1
tins ban. directly or lnUrceil, glvan f
any person. In polw of fa.-t, a d-eld-d
leaning toward a popular Im und !
VanUIng for bid has been plainll e x hi li
lt. -1 on the urt of the administration ut
all time wlun aUte subject wa under dis
cussion. Those charged with th resp ui-lbillty af
milntainlng iiur gold rescrva-, far us leg
ixlation ra-liders it tKisible, have illlxiouidy
ioiiferre.1 with a.M-li other and a oe. aslou
pa riilllliil will) lhawa having know! de of
tinana ial affair and mraweiit monetary coii-
ditlon a to JKmt and mat favorable
means of selling tonal for gold.
Tbe unusual fiiirtnii.e of a suecssful
result if the attempt is again made, ought
to be apparent to every Auteftaaji elti. n
wbo liestow upon tbe subjawt a iiuwnent'a
rCl... ju.Tvlun .f .lt& tr.-ntflira frauik Ihe
first ificiiHUt tit-it thi- na-ca-'i.tij of another
sale of bomls tea med to l- iipprouchlng,
desir.d to offer Iheiu if liled to the lo.
pie by public advirll.cineut if they could
thus lie sua-a-essfully dUpaaSad of. After
full a oukidi ration he i-amc to tbe conclu-
adoii. Pi wtleh I fully aara-e. that tho
auiollUI Ol et 1-1 ill me reserve, lacing ii.aw
iJiiu.iaal more than It wa in February
last, when a sale nf liond wa made tn
a syndaate. atul other a-ajinlltion ditfertng
triaaaa irose lllau ekasanMa. ju.iia us to ui
frriug the liouds now aUaut to be Issued ful
.ile by taopalar sulaa riptioii.
This I tlie entire matter, anal all those
Iiarticulark aould have been awsily ob.
taliw-d by any ma inner of the euate by
If ilr. Moig.iu or anyone el reasoning
from lit own statuluolnt, brouirkt hluxelf
to the In lief tliat tbe guveruitieiH would at
length be ' onstralm-d to auaia ell boud.1
tat a syu-ii. ate. 1 kUPiKase he woukl have a
iKrfect right, if he cbo.-e. to take such
step -as kectawal to biui pfUaiegt. to pat
bimelf Ih cou-Htloii to negotiate.
I vxuet t au lue of buuilk will W ad
vertlked for sale lo-niirrow uud that bid
wilt ba- Invited uaat only f.r taoee now al.
towed b U'. but fur kuch other and d.f
fereut bonis a .ougiai-- may auloorUe
during the ueuaiency of the a-lvertlseui- ut
Not luivlag bad aw opart unity to confer
Will. OU .U parkon SlOa.e the iMVSeUt se.-.
kl.ni of caMigra- hegau and uotlcing your
i arti-.patkl in the debut.- of last Fri
day. 1 have thought It tai uiub to put oii
in Msekian of the fu. t- aiul information
bera-iu coutal vi Vama v.rv liuly.
UU(A Hit CI.UVKLaND.
FATAL DUEL OVER A WOMAN.
Two .lieu Shoot Caili other to Ilraih for
the love of a llurld.i lilrl Near
Mount PleasaBt, Fla., Jan, 9. For tb
love of a woman, IIcnr '1'iugn.i aud Al
bert Swtfurd fought a du.-l to t death
u.ar tbli place Tuesda afteruooa For
two luontb toe liave gajoe heavily arme.1
and It was known that wheu they met a
tight would follow. Tuek.lay Thomas auail
two frietod weut busting, not kuauing th.t
til afford aud inree frie.i had guoe on a
,Uuilar errau-l. Iu the afteruaMB ikey mt.
imi It s-eui'd that a general tight would
euaue. Tbtma however, urgatal tbat only
b? and Stafford were cot?ernd. an-1
asked that they be aUoued to tight it out.
This vvj agreed to. an i TbAuiw and Si.
ford, urua-d with pistol. fucal each other
at thirty ard. and began, tiring. Neither
was iuiurt J by the tirsi exvbang aud toe
men ailvauced on aa. b other. At the Sec
ond o Tbuitu-. Ml. with a Uilk-t in. his
boVVeba. iSuITord tUl advanceil on tba
prostrate nun tiring, whan Tfeumas stag
gereai to hi feavt. and. ktaadylng himself by
a, kmall tree, took d. bb. rate aim and &eu.t
a bullet through his foe s hvari. Thomas
died iwoi hours later
In taking tlie a-orpse of the yawns wen
home, they were born. pat the residence of
the girl for whom the fawight. She showed
Looklug for a Mikniug Heir
SodaUa. Mo.. Jan. 9.-lSpeeial Tbe
Grand Army tiot hire h4ve tak. u steps
to un t J C Wykoff of ClL-an Hi Ige. who
liuavui-arm a law tins ago Ituta his hotel
In St LnuH Wvkofr 1 W j-rnrs old. an!
r. rvcl In the t'nlnn irmy during the rebel
lion H. . ntlv he felt hrtr to an estate tn
I'hilidalphli. an I ,'o l now ready for
him a non n lu an tve feiind.
PL U N GE dTn f OnTcH AS M .
t'rlchlfnl llnllro.il eildenl .Nr-ir It.dfor.l.
O., Mlnrrliy I U.I 'leu t ere tlltillltlj
Kllleil nnd One erlimly Inlnred.
Clevclnnd. ( . Jan ! - A terrible Occident
occurred en lh- Akron Ttedford A Clt-ve-
Und el.-etrie railway near Ite.lfonl shortly
after 7 o'cloi k tht morning. A heavy
motor car and a coal rn plunged through
the Irrstle over Tinkers er-ek, ft distance
of seventy-five feet, into the chasm be-
Tra men were Instantly kllleil am! n
Ohet serhmsly Inlnred
When alaout half way neroH Ihe trestle
Ihe )asenvr felt a swaying motion, and
the nett moment the light steel strilctute
cmMiweit, and the cars, wilh their human
hwd, went with n crash to the a reek Is -tow.
The car Were mmpbtdy Wrecked
Tho men from the Iteiiror.i power house
hnt-rled to the aslstan e of the Injured.
Mint were extricating thetnfrum the wreck
as rapidly s piwslhte. The ari Went o -currwl
at a, point n short distance north
of llcdford tiwnhlp The .nose or the
collapse or the bridge I hoi e known
The dead nre- William Young, of Cuya
hoga Krttl. . Iiody terribly, mangled.
I. man Ha) maker. Canton. i.. has a wife
and ramlly In the Wast.
Inlnred: Charles HM, legs ami tm
broken and Injured internally.
special car were run from !hl city and
LESS WIND AND MORE FUEL?"
it y i
- .. i f i vr$k ft
ito-.-s.: '' -ZfM
f jr -t s .-T a mi L'
t- .is"? 7 ?, I
from Akron, cirrvlmr pliyb I in, aiul nil
that could lie diiiu- for the Injur.-d was
lone by the railroad company.
It Is g. tieriall) liellcvad now that the enr
J u Hi I ud tue truck, nnd that the jar eiiuw.l
tlie lion giniers oi ine i.rioac 10 simp.
letter reisjrt show ttutt there were no
iwawuiigem uii the motor, and that only
ine erewr. ronmeiuiir pt inreap men,
down tn Ihe wreck.
Tbe bridge that collapse.! w.i a frnll
trestle structure, and was built by the
A. II. C, compiitiy for the train.- uf Its
rami. It wan built on tin liu lin. one end
being considerably higher thnn the other.
I The span that crossed tha- creek W Ulanit
j IT", feet long, and the train was Just about
'In the center of thl siwin when the sirm -
.lure opened up ns though It were made of
i canllsMird. an 1 ullowed the train, with Its
human freight, to plunge to the ravine
'GENERAL ALGEjMN NEW YORK.
He lines Not 'Ibtlik MiirKill UNI Oct All
llclcg tti-. 1'r.iu. Michigan -Nut u Can-
tllil.lefur .ra 1're-bieut.
New York. Jan !. -O. nirul Ilussell A.
Alger l at Ih. I'nlli Av.iiiie bot.-I To a
ra-purter Heiia-ral Algar said "tlov. rnor
Murfm has in-.isui.d up to 4 Vd) high
stuiidall iu every public i.i.a. It). I do
not think, howcva r, he can hoi for any
da legal, s from Ml. blgan. Ills cund.dacy
We hardl regurded as actual at a time
when Ite.d and M'-Klnlev .-re making
a-nider.ibte biadway in that stale. New
that he is an avoWad candidate, the Itn.-x
have been pret t well drawn between the
man from Maine uud Ihe great protection
ist I would not und.-rtak- to esiimato
llovernnr Morion's prokpeets of d bgalaaa
from other states than New Vurk "
"1h yon exin- t war out of the Vene
zuela trouble.' the rep.ut.-r asked.
"Nut ut all." said 41eiier.il Abti r. 'There
woiibl not have le..-u th. remotest rkanm
of war if the preld.nt had gone about that
assertion of Ihe Monro.- do. Iiliu- In a HHjre
taiuperaie fasltlou. He might have ol.
tl.'.l flail ....tallj. ,tS lh- ti.iiiR.ijav .Itstitile
so far as they were pro. mull, and ad-
vici congress tnut on -aucn iaieuu-ui u(
fact It pi-art-. that the prln. ipl- uf the
Monroa. das trine had baen violated by
Ureal liritain and that it was bis purpaXe
to ad vis.- the liritisa cabinet of the unal
terable purpose of the luite I Platan, to
maintain Its traditional pulb. Thl
would have been at oita'e t.uur.ite and
dignlll.d und would not ban prasented
any olf.-nse .against llritish pride. Such it
a-uurse would have ra -.ulted in peaceful
arbitration. 1 think, b. loud quetioii. If
not, then we would have been at no diplo
ma u.- disadvantage in enforcing our de
mand b war."
The I'rcss to-Baarrow will sa: "aleueral
ItUkkell A. Algtr, of Mnhigali. said jeter
da that he die not want sei ond pfi-e oi
tha. Itapubltcin national tl. kei with Gov
ernor Morioii "Thara is i oibing in all
this talk about le lug a a andidate fur
ike president," said b..
SLASHED HIS WINDPIPE.
icorge It.dvhal. of -ilaiou. Mo., t'ul. Ilia
'll.raiat Ite.nau.e of 'traaublai ttitli IIU
Macon. Mo., Jan. -Special ) Tlwre
4 a graat sa usatluu In this city tbl
morning wbn it was buiuel that eorge
ilcKbal. a furniture d. abr of lui laUie.
had ai hi throat with a. bulib. r knife a
a reuit uf iluiuasttc iroubla-k. He r.e.utly
iuktituiad di.orie pro.a..aug agauit bi
wife-, Mr. Virginia, Ha U hal. and asked for
tbe custody of tb' ir sou, Hoy. and had been
dekpondetit tUii-e tk in' snuaraiaou, Janu-
Mr. Heb-hel keg bicycle la bis toe and
bis wife, who Ie au eirt ri-iar. tr.-.ju. utly
weut riding ui couwau wi'.b Hugh VA'iUU,
aued 1. -ar. eiiiplivd ill her ausband's
stora. An uttacbm at prajjg uv beiw.a-n
the two, whi k llu all led to a eeuaraltou
batween the bukbaud and wife. The uoy,
Roy, has be.-u living with bis mother
iesteriiav Uei-bad called to see hi son.
bat was denied admit tanve to the kuUke
and wa luioiuied tbat hi wife intended
going to Kansaa. wttb the boy. UeUhad uled
to persuade- si wife to leturn. to biui, but
l.at ulgbl at miiUUgbi KU- b.t went Into
the kitcha-u and cut bis ibroat with a
buuher kuife. IU Is stlil aJUve. but cangajt
Mrs. UeUnel Is igoiraied with, grief and
Cliulruiaii I. eland ikauos a Cult fur February
4 ut lopeka.
Topeka, Ka., Jan .-(J5iaeclaL) Chair-
mau I.elaud and Starctar Urlstovv, I the
Heiuiblb.au state central couunltiev. have
Usuvd a call for a uieeitug of the commit
tee in Toueka at o'alock p. in.. Feluruarv
4. The a-osiinillee will loB a convaotiou lo
uoaiinaw Ua J.k-i. outi stx alterual.a
to the Jiatioiiul itapubb- an couveuUon. and
to aUo tume lbrte iai;di-Uta-k for lu-esidau-llal
eiectork, and tor the transavtion of
such, other Uusluekk a may properly eome
Wublta and Hut. hlu.m are both makiuxr
uvai aiinri. to aji ii- iue lonvenuon,
With tb liati' f ? o pieent Uopiur-
ancea. gbghtlj in, Xaver vt Wn-uita,
THE ANGEL OF DEATH
riti:iiiit ii nut I'Imiini mi it -tin.
III! IIICT OF Ktl.U.NIl.tl, pi it.i .
THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE KILLED.
A .MHIII rvlIAlt! IIIJC.VUr.MMtr UU III s.
ola no. i.s a i. mi: i ami.
THE CITY OF GOI ANNIHILATED.
A lOW.NOrnil.litlil IMIAIIItAM lt..l.l)
ItV lllli IIKAIIMI LAItlll.
One of the .Most Appvlllng t'lll-llnltl.. of
.Muderii llm. Itefelt the rrovlltrn uf
ArbrrtilJ in. .Imitiiry 'J i.iul .. t mi..
lug I iiortit.iti. loa.of Ltfeniid lle-
ttrojliig .Mini. Property.
Tehemn, l'ersla, Jan. 9 Tw-o nrtl- , nk i
have m-ctirrei In the district of Ltl.l,.ill,
the first on the night of Jnnu.n on
that is'caslon the village nf Jam i I i I w
destro.ved, Severn! Others were pirt ..' j. i
troja-d and ) persons were kill' t
The sea-ond earthquake ua'cun- 1 ' tin?
the morning of Jnminry 6, an 1 vvli v.ry
-vi re. It was felt over nn nr. i of lia)
miles. The town of ilnl wa de.tr ar I
v thousand houses were demolish. 1 It n I
dlllon gra-Ht dntnage was done to min Ml
l.igi . Th" loss of life was vrv k. C
Tb. re w.re iai ersons killed In ti... in ,
and large numbers of cattle and eh . p ul j
The town of 'Sol. or Khol, whb It li.t tlill
In en wiped out by earthquake, wa c rf
the best laid out town of 1'. r. i )i i )
miklaTii iiu.irter. The district of Knhlk '. I,
In vv lib h Ihe eiirtluitinke wvma l lnl t
doti.. the most damage. Is In th-- i rov r 3
of AslM-rbllrtti. In the extreme northv if rn
portion of I'-rsIu, Ituiiiedint.ly a 1J jlf.lnic
the province of Van In Armenli
Hoi He in JS degri'e .v. mlnn'i N r'l
I it it il la- and I., degrees lltld 1.'. llllll It 1 l"l t
longitude, eevent) -seven miles n .rthw -t
of T.ilul nnd tilKitit iis far sotnh of M lint
raril. and was laefore It detru tlin on
tin gr.nt trade route lietui-ctl Ih. Hlxiiia
and I'crslrt and on Ihe Kotura, .1 trlltinr
of the Amis, which was crossi d h r by .i
veti arch bridge. It hml ipi.te nn rlib
onte svstem of forlltlcallons, whl h wire,
however. In ii ruinous state, uud nn Irr. r
blgli wall llunked with towers, the In r
vculiig sluice In-ing occupied with gir ' n
and mud hovels. It was In tin. cannil
IHirtlon of the city that Its be.utty lay, n.il
streiim and linen of wlllown runnii.; a I in :
It bnmil, regular streets. There vvcr .v
few good building, Including the kv rrr
or's palace, several mosaities, a Lire i-rl I:
Knar and n line enrnvsin ser.il T t ,1 f
tnaniifnctiirai were eoppa r w ir : I t
Worsted sal. kS. Ill StejilemtHT. lv. i llwi.
visited bv a series of violent Mrii.tin., .
th.. .-ltnlr waves running northwi . I
soulbeast In tho direction of tl.i it tin
inoiintHlu ranges. ...,
The iiopul.itlon numliereil b.itit taf '"
cliidtiiK many Atinstilnns, who " n it
sapatnile iniaiter of the clt. Tli . i t
about the cltv consist of an el. i i 1 1
teau sixty miles bv tn or HO-
ctiltlvata'd b.v a skillful system
and Irrigation, producing a sa-n. -oases
laid .nit lu meadows, gard i
age and yielding rich crops of -.
burle), lHldea npp!a-s, (icars. ch. ir.
nuts, i liestnuts nnd tinnvall. I n
The proviitic of AalaerlilJin I-
most fertile In 1'ersl.i, nn.1 inv. r
a-nthiislastlc descrlptliins of It- r
nnd ganb-ns, uud tin-delicious f i o wt i
thav leld The jHipuliilton Is ' . v ,". '
varied characi. r. mpiMiiic In" r
ina-nlnns. Assjrl.m. Tiriars, I'. r -
er and aithar trili. . and 1 pun. i l -
ed at J '.!' The l'ertan arm i r 'v
cumposed of nntivcs of Azhi-rhiiar- '
provliua Is mi 't the govern-n if Hi
heir nppatvnt to th- I'-rslu n il r -i.e
SILVER OPINION IN EUROPE.
.senator Wolrott . the White Metal llu
Many I'flend. A.ru.s the ater -
.N.t.rlr I'.ierj liod) Itlinetalll.t-.
;iikhlngtn, Jan. ! -Senator !
Calor-uba. who ra-.-ntly laaturn.-l fr
ra.pe, gave his view to-day on
ia...l for. 1-n utf.'im dlscu-slaaii II
"An intariiatlonal mmraltiw or o
pa liimelullic la iglle. ill. In I
Allaral. liUl.m b-I.-awie to th. i
eollfa-ra-lli a', and le.adll.g blmet a'
nngWin-l. Auaatrlj. Uarmany ai i
held an linisjriuni a on t ran'e i.
I'ari and I had s. v.ral lotera
its IlieHlb r. We bav little i i .
country of tU unweltlsh and
eflurt thrtMlihwut Bnglaml nH'
ett In favor aif the r.ian.tlon
There is har.Hy on Int. Illsa nt I .t 1
In Kuraipo who b ig a bl-iuaia
were ti iiiipoeWM raaartilts of
at Carl.: A plan tor nn i'l-i.n
-t- . al... nakav ....- i.A laf t 1 a
llOII no iue wei......
agra-. ioen-t to be ljitro.lu-.al tn
trarlmmeiit, the Frermii a-'.mllv
llerwian ru-chatta,? wa agned .
other Important result was th.
ment of -ordia! and closer r
twe. n Iha bimtallt a.-o. Ian u
dlffcrelat iumtria-s of Kurxjjie. I. .
tw.-a-u Fram-e and (Jerurauy. ami i
Hog aa-cordeai the cwuiBiillce bv t
dant of th.- Funk repubUe
forasgn i-tnt arf view. ImiwHain
llltU-at. The stata-smeu aif Fran. .
manager of ttu- iuuk oi rran
ttKHalttsts and. tmblb- j.inioi f.
. v '
uielallism. Toe cari ne eaa-jat i
with one or t i eearai.B. a on
private HMawii interest, are 4, . i
nieiaiusik. ,,, , ,
White iaivetaHists abroaal ttv
r v -t
WMk It Uiust llvVa f tbele b- 1
that the p-aikl-at of W aVIHJ
favontbl. lt tjatwany, wb.ra- t
Ueau muck hope, the bankiii;;
1 I... .1... e-l IttlltU aif UII
l ige Single ft" a e.a-y.-. -
eua-e I naturally wld.ly telt. W
vit.s thi country to gwalt k.ura 1
m, n before wurii tig wif mint -, .
" ..... .1 ll... vf-.tl.larl'l lit. -
1USI l" lull m a-- ..--" -.
amaxeiuent. Tbe hra-at of the a 1 '
timtl w.re a. ...-.. j .. ,
Kn.Uud but wen- view. da--uTtlT
It vv.utl I dilHcult .
Kuraape that tbl c.iuup was nv
int.rvaVne in a Central American 1
dikpute to tbe axtaut of going to war w
QUARTZ CRAMMED WITH GOLD.
Itemarkably Itlcli llepoait Dl.covercd la
( olorado -V Itlg Furtuuu iu a I'ivu
Itouller. Col.. Jan. 9. Intense- cite! m n
prevail in. this city over the n. vv K"!i
heida, situa. u-1 between South ISouM.-r -rk
aud Mgikj4ia. anal there are ruron.-s a C
ricbe being uncovered by prospc. - 1
h s aax over live feet d-ep. One strk n
allege.1 to be worth aUttf.Ouw and an oil r . '
this amount 1. id to nave been 101 j
Frank D. lkU;er came down from WVk
er's rau.-b. and report that sa-vv-ral a
uf uuartz bad been sent to the ati 1
works from tbe claim dUcovered b
Walte brother. The sold wa st.. ki .4 a
oil over the quartz, and no aeaurai.
mate could Ue formaid of the value -' t
stutr. but it will bar sold by the poun 1. .
s.tead of too. The panning made from b
ore are stud to be- wonderful, as great riJDa
of gold form around tbe pan with ea l
test of wasdiJrar. The- prospectors, are w 1
over the outlook for a- great mining be i,
ami about M men. aro working night ax I
day in search of vein.
Tbe new sold discoveries ar& on the sam
nuneral bolt a -the rich Tcllurld mluek t.f
Itallaxaf. Jamestown, and Gold IHU, Suu
khin. . Saina and Magnolia. In ea'-h, of
thektf districts mineral tad been. usSYcraj
ax the grass lean.