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j-ssor to the Democrat-Advance,
Slection of Officers and Employe's
by Both iiou603,
lent of the Standing Oominitfees
of tbo Senate.
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Ise uommiueea io do iinnouucou
Friday or Saturday,
' Oomplote Roports of tho Loirjs-
January 10. The senate
pd to ordor ut 10 o'clock a.m.,
h being present.
. Klicberg A resolution that
ko proceed to elect u Dostums
Id over to await tho commtt-
Ira Popo and Gctzendanncr bo-
bnnt thu mith wiut iidmltiiu.
II they took their Beats. Tho
I tiien proceeded jo uraw lor
liuinittco appointed to select
tt mr me Bonatc, reported,
Liwlfnri- tlint. tlin iintiiutnr
I lid naircH be appointed bv tha
It of thi! Hcnate and that the
lees appoint tneir own clerks.
Ucibern of GolWltif county.
I to ntnnnd bv HdiliiL' tb:it.
jte elect tho poslinnster.. "WMth
Bid tho conunittcc report was
Tho president appointed
ILcdbcttcr of Fayette county
Ir. JIatlock Resolution that
Itary of state furnish each sen-
Ih a copy of the revisod stat-
I a copy of the nets of the olx-
Kind seventeenth JjCirlHlatures.
fr l'r.Mifl.ir Tfiint. rnunlntimi
giving from tho nitirket the pub-
pi auu usyiiiiu iiiiius lor loriy
hm Tiiiiiiti.'V 10 ISK.'t nr until
ilature Hhnll t)rovido by law for
' or lease. x.tiid over to await
Hiizution ol tlio House.
Mr. Oooeh A resolution
lie senate no ulvkled Into
bos: Ufteon of the hrst whoso
lull bo two years, and sixteen
pond whoso terms shall bufour
hi that their names be drawn.
rawing resulted as follows:
erm Davis, Kvans, Turner,
Setzendtiner, Houston, Jones,
ICIelbcrif. l'eiiuoek. Porrv.
Bliundolitli, Shannon, Strat-
term Buchanan. Collins.
Connor. Klniniin. OIIiIim
Inrrls. Johnston. Kinir. Afnr-
lock, Patton, Popo and Terrell.
Imniittce to notify the house
I. Jones ltesolution that each
liintnru lio niiMinrlrurl 1 unli.
Ir llfty copies of any daily pa
ly may choose, publishing the
feedings of tho senate, ut four
Ir copy. Laid over subject to
Ir. Terrell Resolution Hint, u
Intnltteo bo appointed to wait
no governor, and inform liim
lh houses have organized and
Hi v to proceed to linsi upsh.
scnatorH worn imnntntod ?
iTorri'll. nibbsand Pnthin.
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uiusiuum- Liiuu upnoiuiea mo
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standing committees :
Bnl-y No. 1. Messrs. Terrell,
b. Houston. HiK'hmmn. JfurriH.
f, fhesly, Davis, Fnrrar. Strat-
nin. .Jonuson ol Shelby and
inry Number Two Gooch, Pat-
Mjiur, aiaiincK, jones, i'owur,
crry, uibbs, lvlleberg, J'Jvans,
bh and Kinir.
GlbbM. ironslon. Terrell. Hn-
(Goopli. TfnrrlH. jtiivia. .Inlm.
Ijllins. joliiison.of Shelby. Pea-
Bitlock, Fleming, Qetzendaner,
1 1 leiuieranu uonins.
lucation ircssi-s.J)avIs, Buch
fctton. Terrell. Honxton. floonh.
Itratton, Johnson of Shelby,
uetzendnner, Fleming and
lal Tmnrnvompiit P!r.
i, Goooh, Terrell, Harris, John-
Quuiuy, jonnson oi uouin,
irayior, Houston, Collins,
luiuce Mcssts. Pfeufler, Tray
fell, Buchunan. Davis. John-
fhelbv. OnrW'li liirrv-. ntin.
R)hnson of Collin. Pone. Kiel-
Irivate Land Clninis Messrs.
111. Pone, irinllinrir li'nurlnp
pnuontlarles Messrs. Johnson
nelbv. TTmiijtr.il fviAimi.
, 1 .."HIUU, .'IIV.. ,
flomlng, Pope. Peacock, Buch
Eleiberg, Pfeuller, Gooch and
Messrs. Collins, Tniylnr, Fleming,
Matlock, bhaunon, Houston and
On Agricultural Affairs-Messrs.
Johnson of Collin, -Collins, Travlor,
Harris, Pope, Johnson of Shclbytiul
On Itetrenchmcnt and Itcform
Messrs. Klelberg, Jolinsos of Collin,
Shannon, Putt6n and Fowler.
On Treasurer's and Comptrollers'
Olllco-Messrs. Pope, Harris, Gooch,
Martin, Terrell, Jones and Randolph.
On Privileges and Elections Messrs.
Chcalcy, Harris, Buchanan, Matlock,
Davis, Perry ami Peacock.
On Public Buildings and Grounds
Messrs. Peacock, Terrell, MurtJn,
Gctzetidaner, Gibbs, Cooper and
iiarrls. " m
On Rules Messrs. :Buchunan, Har
ris, Gooch, Hvuston and Matlock.
On Insurance Statistics unci History
Messrs. Jones, Popo, King, Strutton,
Houston, and Perry.
The resolution authorizing senators
to subscribo for papers was called up.
Mr. Davis offered to amend by tak
ing out four and inserting
throe cents, the sum paid
at tho special session. Mr. Johnson
(Rutabaga) offered to amend, by strik
ing out llfteen copies and Inserting
uu motion, tho wholo matter was
referred to the printing committee,
with Instructions t report to-morrow.
Tho governor's message will be sent
The house met at 0:80 a.m., and, a
quorum being present, proceeded to
the election ot officers.
Mr. Watkins of Nacogdoches, Mr.
Adams of Wood and Mr. Rogers of
Nueces, came in and presented their
credentials and were sworn In.
A committee was appointed, consist
ing of Messrs. Dennis and Upton,
to Investigate tho right to a seat
in tho homo of W. H.
Tucker of Anderson, the hitter's cre
dentials not having been forwarded.
Chief Clerk Booth was indefinitely
excused on account of serious sloknes's
in his family.
For assistant sergeant-at-arms Mr.
Chambers of Tarrant nominated V. F.
Pace of Dallas, Mr. Dennis of Whar
ton nominated L. L. Riley of Mor
ris, Mr. Fostor of Grayson
nominated I). V. Matthews
of Grayson. Rlley was elected on the
second ballot, having received 5.r)
votes to 40 for Pace, Matthews being
For doorkeeper, J. W. Mosely
of Lavaca, J. M. Trimble of
Caldwell, James Green of VunZandt,
W. J. O. Autrey of Wood, and Win.
Fife of Grayson were placed in nomi
nation. Tho llrst ballot resulted:
Autrey 43, Mosely 15 Trimble 12,
Green 3, Fife 18. Autrey was elected
Oil lllf Kocmiil linUnt
For assistant doorkeeper General
N.H. Darnell of Tarrant, F. F. Pik-
ney, n. n. Jones and IS. a. Vick were
placed In nomination. General Dar
nell was elected on tho second ballot.
For chaplain A. J. Poindcxtcrof
Bexar. Dr. Crawford of Wllllimumi
anil Rev. G. L. RIewett of Dallas were
nominated. Dr. Poindexter was
elected on the third ballot.
For Postmaster f. 11. Jones of ITen
demon, John J. Dallartlof Polk, Elder
Chambers of Jefferson, Murchmond
Lltllo of Wnlkor, J. A. Stewart of
Travis. A. Dcflunbourgh of Travis, V.
F. Pace of Dallas and Quitman FInloy
of Galveston were placed in nomina
tion. Little was elecled on tho third
Mr. Nash of Dallas moved that a
committee of three bo unpointed to
wait on tho governor and inform him
of the organization of tho house, and
that the same was ready for business.
An amendment was substituted to
enlarge the duties of tho commltteo to
act with a like commltteo from tho
senate and to ask for any communica
tion his excellency might see proper to
make. It was substituted to provide
for two committees, one to visit the
senate and one tho governor.
Mr. Benavkles rose to a question of
prlvilegn and iiad read an address in
which ho stated that lie had heretofore
been allowed uu interpreter at tho
stato's expense, but now lie was ablo
to announeo lio conlil nerfnrm lilu
duties without such aid. The address
was beautifully worded and was read
by ex-Speaker Cochrane of Dallas.
On motion of Mr. Lubatt the ser
gant at arms was instructed to arrange
for an exchange of dally records with
the senate. Adjourned until 'A o'clock.
Al'TKUNOO.V SKSSIO.V. '
Tho speaker announced as tho com
mittee, tnwnit, on Hi. irnvornnr Mnaurj
Untou. Caven and Chambers of Collin.
committee to notify tho senate.
Messrs. JNasii, wurzbach and Fisher.
CardwelUfc Gaines of tho&ilcwn.
Hon. II. S. Melvln of Seymour, one
of tho heavy laud men of tho Pan
Hiindlo, arrived in tills city this after
uoon. Miss Ada Ford, daughter of Colonel
John Ford, superintendent of the
deaf and dumb asylum, wag married
to-night to Mr. Samuel Do Cordova.
MarahM Goltac Tnkrt Chare of tho !).
fruiter Other Noin,
Spoolul to thu Our.attn.
Laredo, January 10. United States
Marshal Gosling arrived on the 6:a()
afternoon train, with M. T. Polk, the
defaulting treasurer of Tennessee.
Marshal Gosling takes him to
Austin, where tho omecra from Nosh
vlllq with a requisition and reward
of five thousand dollars will meet him.
Polk refused to be Interviewed. Polk's
nephew, who accompanied him this
far, Is now in Mexico with the booty,
he beimr shadowed liv dntunitviw
from this city.
Tho young man named Mlllctt, who
absconded with $.3,000 from San Anto
nio on -tho Oth, mado for Mexico,
bought a draft on the City of Mexico
for a like amount In Monterey on Mon
day last, is at Laredo yet. Messrs.
Robardstt Stayden of San Antonio
are the sufferers. Millet was clerk In
M. DeGnlado, inspector-general and
engineer of Mexico, Is now visiting
New Laredo, Mexico, and informs thu
International Railroad people that
Mexican government is now ready for
tho speedy construction of tho road
into Mexico. It will be romembured
that all work on this road hits been
suspended for a month. It will bo re
sumed at once.
Frightful Fire in tho Xaw Hall House,
Persons Known to have
Burned to Death,
A Horrible anil Hoartrending Beportof
puny arrived on Uio mhlnlgt
Thu wholo party avuh snvt
Forclsn Doumiiil tor thU Matnrlnl t'rltnU
mil Mutter lit Dullnft.
tSpeolal to thu Ouxiittr.
Dallas, Dallas county, January 10.
B. V.'Bull & Company, street-paving
contractors of Dallas, to-day showed
your correspondent a letter from J. W.
Turner, street commissioner of St.
Louis, requesting estimates from them
for 75,000 supcrllclal yurds of pav
ing with the Texas bols d'aro
wood, as It is preferred to any other
material and St. Louis desires to at
once put down several miles of It.
Bell &Co. say Dallas, Fort Worth and
other Texas cities contemplate sulll
clent paving tho -coming season to
make a homo market for all bols d'aro
material that can be prepared and that
there will lie nono to sparo outside the
Slierid Smith returned from Cle
burne to-duy with John Barnett who
was captured at Cleburno a day or
two ago. Sheriff Smith also brought
with him Dixon the Cleburne mer
chant recently released on bond,
charged with seducing Miss Mtittle
Benuiu of Dallas. Dixon was Hiirreii
dered by his bondsmen who feared ho
would leave the country. He and
Barnett were jailed to-day,
Milwaukee, January, io.wrho now
Hull House, a six story brick building,
on the corner of Michigan street and
Broadway, burned to the groiuid this
morning. The flit; was discofcrod at
4 a. m, In less than half nti hour the
whole building, long designated as a
death trap, was in Names. A sceno of
the utmost terror prevailed, the In
mates of Hie doomed lililMlm Intuit.
lig, oy tho dozens from the upper
stories, covering tho stone sidewalks
with lifeless bodies. Tho shrieks of
tho unfortunates tilled tho air In a
heartrending manner, tho , people
below being unable to render aid.
Quito a number of terrified guests and
employees of the hotel appeared at tho
windows, and seeing the dlslaneoto
tho ground, fqll back to perisli in the
flames. Tho employee of tho hotel,
which accommodated 800 guesls, num
bered ttlglity-slx, mostly lodged in tho
sixth Utory. The exit by tho way of
tho roof was cut oil' by tho lire, and the
two stand itlpes with tiro ladders were
not available for some reason. Very
low were saved by Jumping on
canvass. Tho stores ami olllees
on tho ground floor with their contents
wcro destroyed. There wero on the
Michigan street side, tho oflloes of tho
Mutual Union Telegraph Company,
11. J. Boughurtner.sTgnpulntlngshop;
BnrdiekH & Armltago, Job prinjoro.
On tho Broadway front thu Manufac
turer's Bank; Neopolitun Pluto Glass
IiiMiruuco Company? Insurance agents
oflleo of Charles Cralne, Win. T.
Durond, J. P. Howlt, O. F. Hlbbard
A Company, F. W. Montgomery A
Company, B. M. Well, First Meysrs,
L. A. Wheeler, and J. H. Watson,
agent of tho Canada South
ern Railway. Tho oHlee of
the Nelson Coal Yiirds ofll
oes of tho Merchant' Dispatch
Lino and a number of wholuilu estab
lishments oi: Hie enut. mIiIii of Wnlm.
street, were damaged by tho lire and
11111111),' WIIIIS Ol UIU OUIKling. 111. ftS,
Caudle, cashier or the Manufacturer's
Bunk, carried the eunh bov of llmi. In.
Htltutlon, containing money, bonds
and papers to tho amount of $(100,000,
out of tho flames. Tho insurance
agents and general ofllces on tho llrst
floor scarcely saved any papers. Tho
insurance on tho hotel Is stated
by C. D. Nash, president of tho New
hull House Association, nt?125',000. All
held in Cincinnati agencies. Thu
loss can scarcely bo estimated at this.
hour, but will reach f300,000. Com
paratively few guests on tho hotel .'reg
ister were burned and the xact loss of
me is not deternuiuiuie, but will
reach fifty or sixty deaths, and
twenty to thirty wounded So far
twentv-llireo hodic-i are In thc.mormio
and nine more In places Jtnenr the
rums, juicniiiicuunn comes in siowiv
Among tiioso Known to have boon ii
Vil.1 lit. tint
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Tho mayor called a meeting of tho
chamber of commerce to organise a
salvage corps to search tho rufiis.
About ono week ago t.ho secretary of
iho local underwriters applied to make,
a rato on tho building, that local
agencies might tako risks. The
building was considered a death
trap nild rlnl.-H rnnimul 'l'lw. '!',!...
Thumb and Madison Square Coin
panys are all saved so faros learned.
Mrs. John Gllbcrtor tho Minnie Pal
lilnf trmnm itiii..1...1 .il. .... .1..
ajro.and was burnetl to death insight
vii iiiu iiiiiiiiiuue.
The following guests are known as
wivcdorouly slightly Inuti Edward
Pollock, Lam-aster. Wis.; Rowoll Ban
mm, icarord, Wis.; Carl Rrlggs.
Grand Ranlds; Jno. d. Clnrlt. Wmd.!
J. It. Duwall, agent Great Western
DlBputoh and South Shores Lines; Geo.
K Lee, Weslom traveling agent for
Chicago ami Rock Inland Rail
road; p. J w. Maxwell,
Cincinnati; J. Colin, New York; M.
Weber, Laporto: and Jos, S. Wards
worth, New York.
Tho scenes ut tho morgue, where
now thirty-two bodies uro Ivlntr lit a
ghastly heap on tho floor of a small
room, is heartrending, beyond hu
man description. A strong pollco
force is necessary to keep the
anxious enquirers in line. Nineteen
bodies nrq Identified, nnd eight are
beyond recognition. Mrs. John Gil
bert's body was positively identified,
and a touching sceno ensued. Shu
was tho brldo of a night, and lay
upon the cold marble, charred
and bruised. with anguish
depleted on tho dcllcuto features.
It is said sho was Miss Sutton of Chi
cago previous to her marrlago to Gil
bert, who is maddened beyond con
trol. Milwaukee, January 10. The hotol
Was built by Mr. Daniel. Tho original
cost was $155,000, total cost including
furnishing $iK!7,000. Win. E. Cramer
of tho Jioenhw. WkooUtiltm was Hived
through the heroic ellbrts of Charlie
Greshltig, a Xrnfiiuil typo. Chief
Clerk Tlce, who had a narrow escape,
says there wero 110 boarders ami
ninety employes in tho hotel. So far
fifty-six uio unaccounted for.
Cincinnati, January 10, Tnsurnnoe
for a number of years has been placed
on tho New Hull llouso by S. l Cov
ington ofthls cit who says tho pres
ent Insurance Is $83,000, of which flU,
000 Is In companies In this city, and
tho remainder In Pittsburg and New
Intcrfi.thiB Item from Texnrknnu, Mr
tiMI, Hrarne nmt etlier 1'olnU.
Tho City Akschhoi- f Druinou llelilnd In
Hppciiul to tilt. Cliir.vltn.
Denlson, tirayson county, January
10. The committee consisting of H.
Tone and Ed. Radcllfl', appointed by
tho city council to examine the books
or E. W. Thompson, city assessor and
land collector, have reported that they
found him in default to tho amount
of fifteen hundred dollars.
Tho amount is well se
cured by bondsmen. Tho bondsmen
will appoint a book-keeper, and with
tho perquisites of tho office for tho
balance of Thompson's term will secure
about $100, and will attach his prop
erty for the balance. It is duo Mr.
Thompson to state that no criminality
Is suspected to be thccuuso of the de
falcation, but it is rather due to in
competency. The northern mail was delayed by
an accident in tho territory to-day.
Iblle Health Messrs. Stratton,
i Joiies. foUli!.! AfiiHiiLlr
louston and Terrell.
Iilltary Affairs-Messrs. Fow-
ng. Shannon, Farrar, Ran
,"tton and Porrv.
f bile Lands-Messrs." Matlock,
Looiini- lritnuinii m.i.iMnii
Ki Johnson of filielhv. Ppaeoek
Itate Afl'iiif:: r.dM t,.h.,..
ruW -.Hntfolph, Stratton!
uibbs, Fowler, Getzendanor,
Dllininr.m im.l Arn,.,.r.,ni.,.n.
King, Stnuton, Jones, Collins,
V...H.1 nun 4uirilH.
oads and BrldiroH. Mcssm.
ifttZOlllllinill- I.'v.inu Inlnicnn
BH. ICtiii. Ii..,.-.. .....i '!.-.,...,.. '
finhns and Accouuts. Messrs.
I, Patton, Cooper, Collins.
'Ctzeiulaner and Fowler.
"iiingent Expenses. Messrs.
Randolph, CUesly, Davis and
in nd-Oillce. Messrs. Martin,
u'. Terrell, Gibbsnnd Fleming.
- viiu iteaii ions, .Messrs.
A,loItft Randolph, Stratton,
shannon and Farrnr,
1 'oty and County Boundaries.
' Getzendntinr. .Toliniion of
' at rar, Evans and Davis.
l-larris and Terrell! '
ibllc Printing.- Messrs. Ev-rt-'II,
Davis, Pope and Johnson
'rontier Protection Mo&re.
Pi Collins, Matlock. Shannon,
ii -vieuung, rerry, Farrar nnu
ii Asyhuu Meers, rrar,
- Mhanan. Terrell, I'Mcotk;
(-aHdJtrry.-, A) " .
ijtoekapd fook ItIsJg
ico.soiutlonn wirn tt.-iqm-.f fiinhnrl'Iiiir
tin- .mi.nK-(r in ninuilnt olirlit iuk'ou uml
.... ...,. ... ....va..v .q i'"nv'
four porters for tho house, the puges to
iuv.-v.-ivu iwu (loiiiirs per uay, una ine
porters tho same price.
Mr. Chumbers of Collin ofTered u
resolution providing that members
draw for seats. Amended by Mr.
Frvniler and adopted.
Tho members then drew for seats,
which required nearly till the after
noon. Tho special commltteo to whom was
referred tho election of W. II. Tucker
of Anderson county reported his elec
tion regular, and the member was duly
Tho resolution to appoint an assist
ant clerk, during the absence of the
chief clerk, was offered by Mr. Cham
bers o( Tarrant. After soma discus
sion, tho resolution was lost by a very
Tho trovernor's moRsniro was re-
celved. A motion to dispense
with its reading and make
it u special order for to-morrow was
voted down, and tho message wai reyd
to the house.
A resolution adopting tho rule! or
the Seventeenth Legislature wa
adopted, and tho chief elork ordered
to obtain copies for tho use of the
The house adjourned until to-morrow
at 10 o'clock.
Tho standing committees of the
house will not bo announced till Fri
day or Saturday.
Attorney-General Templeton was
qualified to-day and took possession of
his olllce. C. Edmondson of Grayson
and J. A. Gordon of Wise, nrohls
The receipt at tho treasury to-day
From tho present- Indications the
homRJtt,ftlil Inn U'lll r.wi.U-.i mimh
attention yunug mut ailou
lilt) JinWH !MrUttMII-tt?t ,J
mnrmv. Tlinatt limannr
( Mere. Grioe of the Mtpr
.v .) Hm.ku.uaii ' k-i iiorr r ,
Jfa-(M, PAddoak of tkfe QxiwexK
A Farmer near .SrUpliur Kiiriuir Culloil to
Spoolal to tho Ouzi'tto.
Sulphur Springs, Hopkins county,
January 10. Last night about 7
o'clock, a farmer, named J. W. Mason,
living four or five miles northwest of
here, was called to his door and shot.
It Is thought ho Will die. Nathan
Talon Is suspected of having done the
deed, as there was Ill-feeling between
the two. Nathan Is in Jail, and this
matter will bo fully investigated. Ma
son is well respected by all.
Continuation ut tlio Trirlliln Deitntctlon
uu the Itlilne.
Vienna, January 10. The town of
Roab, Hungary, and adjacent villages,
uro only saved from inundation thus
fur by frost. When tho lhaw com
menced tho water suddenly rose all
over the district. At .'I o'efoeck, yes
terday morning, the inhabitants wero
aroused by iho alarm bells and com
menced their flight. A htrgo number
in lugiuves crowned into uio Aoiiuiy
built theatre,, which stands on the
island, In tho midst of tho park, hut
hero a now panlo arose, tho water ris
ing gradually as faras the first ft'5cry,
Meanwhile, around Roab the dikes
wero breaking niul admitting the
doltigo which soon readied the inner
town, containing Uava fugitives, as
U'l'll flH onlillliri' llllinllttllllti A nun.
sldorablo number of lives wore Iot,
but fortunately tne llooj did not reach
the other -tarts of tho town and ceased
to rise at noon. The cltv of flruv on
the Danube, the seat of Hungarian
primates Is also menaced by tho flood.
Inundations in the neighborhood of
tho town of Koinum ut tho foullueuco
of the Woag with the Danube, aro
also particularly exten&lvo. Tiiolnhab
Ituuts of Roab abandoned the town, the
flood roao so rapidly. Many In try
ing to escape fell through the Ice and
the hotel nru C A. HrlffM. flnim!
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Rapidd, Michigan: N. M, Miller,
RIpon; George Young, Chicago;
J. A. Manning, Chlcagoi W. I).
Lewis, Chicago- R. iy. Raker
Now York : J. v. Mulirnu-v. Itoelt
Island; W.J. Hill, Syracuse. New
York : A. R. Hendv. Now Haven.
Connectlcutt: A. J. Case. New York ;
It. R.Hobler, Chicago, S. J. Craig,
ues monies ; unuries A. Jiuntly, Mil
waukee ; the Tom Thumb party, Or
gano Williams, J. A.Prlngcrond wife,
Shelboygan ; John C. Clark, 'Warsaw ;
Mr. Lowell, Sanford, and Howell.
Mcdford; Ron Tlce, chief clerk ; Jno.
II. Allflsdnl. I'liirk ' .Tno. 1i AiiilutP.1
proprietor, and Reiijamlu Mmou, Mil
waukee. Wlrei Don-it.
Chicago, January 10. The Western
Union wires between hero, and Mil
waukee aro undisturbed. From Mil
waukee to (the northwest', all am
down and very little nddltlouai, to tlio
pre.) report of tho New Hull House
fire Is recoived hero up to 10;ao. The
severe cold hampered tho firemen
and caused them great suffering.
Three steamers went from Chicago at
5:50, in response to a will 'from the
ttllivor. toiriifllur t-IHl tll'i tnroi mill
1,000 yards of extra hose and tlio train
ucnruiK inuiii wiwun went over tne
Chicago and Northwestern consisted of
five cars and went to Milwaikce,ulnoty
miles, in only a little over an. hour. It
Is reported hero that tho Minnie
Palmer troupe, which was at the
New Hall House, Is lost, but this is
Milwaukee, January 10. Luter.
So far as known the following aro
dead: Alien Johnson, commission
merchant ut Milwaukee, Kilty Uarley
Itullnjfl'rkri "Mr Mnu nml llmist" Blieii
llrlnuliiir (looil l'rltrm
CorrtHipomlctico or tlio Oiu.otl-.
CoiiOHAUO, January 0, 188,1.
Items regarding tho price paid hero
for provisions both for mail and stock
can not fall to Interest your readers,
4Ml(W'lllllv HlOUII Willi rilllltoliiiiliiln ii
Journey to Colorado wllli a vluw to Io-
nnllh... ,...... I... 11. ........ J 11. . I .....
uiiiu. viuii My inuijuuiiiiiy is worm
nere iroin uw to. vo cents )er oilsiien
tmti 70 to 75 cehtj pes huHher; meal
I M'.oii nor Honored Yinimiiu nnnr jo
?' iHir humlrcd pouuds ; hay $2J per
Toxurkana, January 10. Tho cose
of J. W. Markham against E, T.
Builch, formerly county clerk or
Gainesville, Texas, charging 'him with
Dwindling in a game or faro last oven
Ing, was dismissed thin morning for
want of evidence. Hunch en
tered a suit of damages against
hint for false Imprisonment,
E. F. llllllnll linu Will nnui.nn.ILI. ...
slUon in Gnlncftvlliefor over ten years.
niul hitii iiliiin.i.i i.ti......i ii. f t .
hum nun iivi,j uigovttllllO lllgliest 08-
teem ortho people of that coniinunlty.
..v. ..v.i,vi vuirv-i v.i 111,7 jiLiimu iilto up
proved of tho step helms taken, as they
Imvo always been ojipossd to tho ex
tensive gambling that has eo long In
fested our city.
Hpiiolul to thoOniMltt".
Hearito, January 10, Quito a num
ber of citizens of tlis pluco wero called
beforo tho grand Jury at Franklin to
day. The district court has now been
in session two weeks and tho criminal
docket will bo culled on tho fourth
Monday. The most Important easu to
bo tried is IhatorAlbortJMshnp for the
murder of John llrown In 1870, which
is set for trial January 30. At the
time of tho murder Rlsliop was cltv
marshal of this city.
WORK TOK 1V0MKX.
InUnr ClteA Tttmr
OMMMMaBtf. - V
In dcplotliig th tempW
Hon of tho wolf, 'mm a
are Invnrinblv uIumI tttbl .miu.
. ... ,.... .. w, H s.vaH
jiiHiice, it wouia appear, t
llmt. hlrrlil almivkt liw.raitlt.1
should be many Intaucc;:fa
ivuero uiiutiren UHve.nwn
nu-av. nml lnulwul tit lutiKM a.,
as would have awui redly ;leh.U
iiiiii iiiu iiutniuuvr wmi PMIl
leopard, they have'ibwtrTH
tentieu and reared oy tlttta.
those have tifterwiiril htw
and at thin iuqmnt thie
specimen woii-onim hi a
Alttilll lllluillilllarv' HtallilH Ca
from Agra; so that the etory 9t
luiia nun ivuiiuia iinty not? n
without foundation, as we hi
crto been led le aupppse:, ;.
wcrves tis a ruie.,pmy upon
flocks and herds of tlio -IniublUtote
the villages lh -whoso jittluhbuvW
they have nmdo thidr'detiH,AMiMtM.?Ii"
such w Id aiitmala as tbev oitii'ki-J ;;
down and capture; AmotiK the
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vti UK$k' - v.al
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limp bo inentloneutlio kao HaWifA ,;' .tdfej :3
nml the blaek bucki antl mtaiy; ZEMfe Wn$! 1
geuious are tne devices they'nMtMiK' - xa'i f il
111 onler to mliU,v MiJf-.v.S!I3mw3fti." .?wfii '$W
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ANeir l'ror.tin M'lilnli WlUOn'er Oiidoi,
tuultlentollutli Hoxci, '
itindrcd ; cotton kcmI .(5 cents per
bushel: bacon 1(1.1 coiiIh ni-.r nninul
Prom the above quotations one will
readily perceive thai Uio cost of the
raw material with one or two excep
tions Is very little more than hack cast.
Nellie Royd's Dramatic Troupe
played Function and tho Cricket to a
full house hero last night. Tills com
bination contains u very excellent
small brass band which discourse moat
excellent and select music during be
tween acts and on the streets. Tho
rendition of tlio nlov ilnuori'iKl Hi., mm.
crul approbation which those present
ho freely gave and considering
the dlllicultlcs to bo overcomo
in a new city of thu frontier,
to say the, least that should bo said
should be that "they all did well."
"Divorce" is on tho boards for to
That men who have an idea vt em
barking in tho sheep business may not
be misled with an impression that
such stock aro on tho decline hnro from
reading my report of tlio sale matlo
here a few days ago of 1,100 head for
12,000, you can publish tho fact that
tho gentleman who bought them
would not take less than $0,000 or R
000 for tliciM iimvMixl tho C.II.,,,. nritiV.
young man who made the Halo and tho
said purchaser have such a settlement
oi ine manor as win give liim posses
sion and proper title. Sheep hero are
bringing good round figures, with
more or lens buyers on the market ev
ery week. In fact I have known hov
eral men to come and go without be
ing able to liml what they wanted in
The new profession that promises to
bo one tlenmndcil by tho progress of
the ago, and ouo whoso scope readers
it peculiarly wuismolory to tho men
and women of a scholarly turn or
mind, Is that or electrical engineering.
It is not, or course, entirely unknown
to the general public, and ita require
ments aro more. or lew familiar In the
world of scientist, hpl tho few who
have hitherto represented tho pro
fession have been rather
Us foundortl nnd the discover
ers of tho laws of nature on which it
is based than students who havo ben
attending to opportunities alreadv pro
vided, with these, too, tho work bus
been ono of constant experiment and
growth, and It la only at the most
recent dato that tlio series of experi
mental methods have crystnllzed into
sutllolont relative Bemionqo to be prop
erly termed one of tlio professions of
tho age. Among tho eminent ulectrl
clans aro Sir Win. Thompson, nn'd
Dr. Siemens, both fallows of thu
Royal Society of Great Rrltutn; Mr.
Edison and Prof. Alexander Graham
Roll ofour own country, and a limited
number of othors.ronrcseiitliiK France
and t Germany. The lalo electrical
exhibition In Paris bus revealed the
marvelous results already nttalned by
science, and Its practical applications
are already established in the syulemH
of cables, identrlenl mlkvnvu tnlo.
phones and other recent inventions,
Mr. W. If. Droni' nf TVTow Wtvlr
City, a gentleman who Jh largely in
terested in these new inventions, him
lately visited Boston, and being asked
by a reprcaenlnllvo of tho lYavekr for
some Information on a subject of such
absorbing Intorest, kindly acceded to
tho ronildt. TT. flrnn Im n mnu nf
cosmopolitan travel, spending much of
his time in Europe, anil ho has long
given close personal attention to the
advancing results or electrical uppll
uncos. To tho reporter ho said : ''Tlio
general public Is not perhaps awuro of
tho enormous extent of tlio means of
electric communication at the pres
ent. There aro eight cablcri linderly
iug tho oceans; cables traverse tho
Persian Gulf; the Mediterranean la
crossed and rcorosHCd by cables, There
are at this moment thousands of mil.
lions of dollars invested In ca
bles ulono. Now. tlin (vmiiniAi, nt
...--. ....., ,.,. u, .,.,,,,.,. ,i,
uieso ciipics is a matter determined
only by the electrician. In localizing
tho laulls or weak places Jn tho cable ii
curium-ui eieeiriciiy is me menus em
but in the NorlhwestoritYpM'
i mini, im auout Agra, in' U
Rnltmolnii. thbv nro also virv
IVu to CblliltiMi. Vtlmlnn nf.attl'
are exceedingly strjioretltlouBref
iiiiui rn i utii rr t nia !&.
w.j Mt-7n .4vvivii . ui i-(iaCE.'-''iiWi
brutes.and consider tho Individual
llUS Ilt'iMl linforliiitntn iiniiul,".n..Vt
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tfroji or wolf's blood doomed towttlrM.l4sf ; !;k
Boine grlovoiiB ealnmltyh HeMtW$i' I I
thotigli a government reward of ikuMhM TMV3$' 1 ;f
rupees nor head in oflbrori. It ut44-'ri"t ? nr
ii - -r---- -,- ----- --"i -.. ;,., .li-KBr '':
uu very lowest of- all elwi-asP'''Jw mSLYv
"Domes or Dungars,'1 sb tlieyfira
willHl-who will Vo, thotroduMm
Himre and destroy w6lves. The lieeWa
lead a viiirrnnt. llfo nml lilvnn.ir. t;.-ft.L
Jungle, and have no BUporetltMtj'
ureati to jciu any iivluir thing. -.4
Tho following.. hypothesis niayW,.
plain how It coined to pium tlmtpo
cruel and relentless au animal B'tf-tho
wolf Hhoultl sometimes bo found eiiaS
lug thti interesting part of tmh
mother to ono of the human specif,
A female with cubs' goes prowflriSr
about in search of food for Its vouiite
and succeeds In ravishing an Jhul
hrtnie of Its infant for that purposv
Tho cubs, for some reasou or other--
not over-sensitiveness, ocrtiihilyi lit
perhaps because their earhlvoroui!in
Htincts are as yet- comparaHvely,'do
nmiit merely lick the child, alcove)
This, jp-obiibly, liccortlliig tt th
codo of wolfish etiquette; ,
equivalent (o having catea salt.,twltn
an Arao, una tneinmni. Jh henoefortu
tne numau toiuietiuy.iBto go oetwft
ii-ko, ii u ftiui uiiitivyvu, Hiimnc'T -solves
baliles eommeiice by.crawlw 4
Now, man Itiessentlitlly ,n Iwltoth .
animal, and seeing the .wolyeBgjpfci
on all fours, tho alien; naturallyU ,.
the bhiiio method' of ptoitim'.-
Ciumbc'rt Jburpal, .,. ' 'ifi " "
THK HKTHOTIIKI), 'f
xl bv Dm lmronl. ntwl mioVl.ul bh.T
brought up wlththtucubif. Altkoirli,
imiiu tendeney,.-W,to go (mutw
DcIIchIo I'uslllunn fciulofr
, Ml ii
Of all things to liravoldcd sheuld lir
lover quarrels. They Inipiilr'rwevt
mid tllmliilRh loyo. Of coiirso ennie
and May Ream, s-rvatits. W.
miller of La Porte, Ren Van Hay,
nreinaii, sirucic nya inning eiegrapii
pole, Lizzie Kelly, Maggie
Owens Hall, Annlo and Rcs
sio Rrown, Kate Stanellunan
Mugglo Sullivan, Augtibta Gelse,
itiiiry iMcuaiie, an servants, thus.
E. Van Horn, Mrs. J.J. Hugh Mar
callls, D. G. Powers, Mrs. Drown and
Mtll'V Rtirk. Afnrv Aruliiison.
Mary Miller, Mary McMillan,
Mary Conroy, servants. The follow
ing arc missing : W. T. Durand, In
surance agent; Geo. G. Smith; passen
ger agent L. S. ami M. S. Railway;
Mrs. L. W. Rrown, Miss Chi I lew, dress
maker, and Walter and Wm.'GIIIett.
Tho seriously injured are Orange Wll;
Hums, residence not known,
R. J. r Rice, clerk of tlio house;
L. Rrown tralumasler of tho, North
Western Railroad, T. R. Ellioli, law
yer; W. H, Rusbuck, general 'cstern j
nabseuger agent oi tueiiiciilgilii cen
tral, Railroad, R. R, Rums, Mary
Owens, Nannie McLaughlin, Kelley,
Cannons and nnvlputnu. uitviihIh. II
can safely bo said that sixty people aru
n can nnu iiuriy seriously wqumieii.
The firemen matlo superhuman ef
forts. Eleven wait.-r girls) were
brought wifely across a fniipiudde
stretched over ai alley from
tho sixth (.(on- iif tlin
hotel io the roof of tlio JiexLa bunk,
building. The jumping plcth 'did littlo
service. About uriojscn iinforluntiles
llfli'tnuf I'd to III nmt hi f r.ilimiHiliul -rM.i
the teiegrajih wires, a perfec. inzo of
wltich Hurrouudcd the two fnints of.
mo uuimincr, Ttie .. HiMKmw ftr aid
1IV FAITH AI.0XK.
Tho lUmitrkulila Ilr.lurittlan to Health of
Ml. Cooju-r or Troy-Mr r htolrinant Cor
ruburuteil by C'liuruU .Mimibom,
Troy, New Nork, January -1. Tho
resilience of Miss Annlo Cooper, a
maiden lady uged thirty, has been
thronged all day by curious people.
Miss Cooper, who hail been an invalid
for nineteen years,- and without the
uso of her voice and Jinibu fur more
than four yearn, wan found by
tH6 JleraUl correspondent walk
ing about her apartments Joy
ftlllv xllOllHllir "Prllui. tUl. Infll
She made tho folio wlnir Btatement: "I
am a member of tho iiaptist church,
and Iiavtt long had faith that God
would euro me. I have never prayed
for in v rei.'overv. n. votcn i-iiitrniiniiu
ft.:.: i ,;.TTr.n. '."'... - ..""".'
nuuiiuiiiK -ju sun, aim imow tiutt l
nni God.' One week ago I was seized
with terrible convulsions; my friends
believed I wan dying. Suddenly,
While tlicv wcro nrvitiL' mid nmin,;
oyer me, I fhouted, '1'ralso the Lorti.1
I'rom that tiiuumy voice ha been in
strong as in my younger days. Yes
terday afternoon the wife of the Mcf h
odU minister, with iter sister, who
It also a ineipher or tho church,
prayed that my recovery might
bocomplcto. In the mldslpf prayer I
heard a voice saying ao forth.' Im
mediately after I felt as If I received
an electric ahook. I sprang from bed,
exclaiming, 'The tronsanctlon j
done. Ry faith I am cured.' Mm.:
Clark and my sister seized and tried
to stop me. I said, Lct mo nione.
Christ Jmsordered U. I then walked
from I11V l-lllltllluil' tiratutno II.. I .,l
It U UlU gMl fllMll'll.'li.l.uu.., .!.. i
w. wvmm 90 9WI .HiMWH risni
ployed, tho positive current operating
In a certain way and tlio negative In
IllO rlllllliylto un Hint In- I In. .!,....... ...I.
Juslment or alteration of these two the
faulty place is cither ropnlred, or o lo
cated that a ship can bo sent to the
precise spot to repair It, Tho appa
ratus is not at all complicated. A fault
at mid-ocean In a cable can bo located
by an instrument not larger than t
man's hat. It is not a work requiring
physical force, but rather keen ublP
tics, good mathematical and scientific
tru iilng, to which Is, of course, super
added the spcclul education of the elec
trician." There aro now only four
puiees mi mo worm wnero tbo profes
sion s being taught. These aro Paris.
London, Tokio (Japan , and Now
) ork, where this fall a college of elec
trical engineering was opened. It Is
situated near tho medical colleges,
j n answer to me reporters question
concerning tho prospects of the elec
tric railway, Mr. Greer said tliut It is
most encouraging. Bueh roads aro al
ready 111 HllCCeRgflll Olinriillon In I,..-.
lhi, Iii Paris, ono In Ireland, and that
or Mr. Edison's, on a small scale, In
Moiiln Park. Itnrltn turn tim ! ..i
extent now In uso, and its results are
ciillrcly satisfactory. There Is no
doubt that It will prove tlio motor for
the elevated railways of largo cities,
and will soon entirely supersede thu
clumsy street-car system. Tho trav
el mr or tho ..future will be by elec
tricity. So will tho communication or
mo nature, ami it is Hardly difllcult to
ItllMfHtlO II tlltlilUilinil ul.in.i .1 I ...
i it l railways, mid when postal communi
cation snuuno entirely superiteded by
electrical appliances for traveling ami
for all manner of correspond
ency. -4 regard tins new
profession as one especially suited for
ciucateu women," Continued Mr.
ment is tho period glyon to twopeqinrt
Io learn if thoy can live toRetfior
tbrotiirli tlin liviiililniiu uooiina' .r llr..
It Is not always a HiilllcIent;prolitl&,fj
but It Is a wlHOond itceeraary ojieLA i
lllTll Wt lllliul, K1IV Hint. wliHii'ciinulnVi,.
Is a virtue, we cannot but c0ugritt.i.tii
certain lovers who Jlnd out befortt
marrlago what bo niany.flnd tint afltt
wards that they eiiunot be hBi-.nr
together. y lw
A iirokon engagement is a v6ry lunl
hlng, partlcularry Tor. the lRd-;W'.
la not hair so droadrul "iw?;n" uncos
nlal marriage. While man is Y,u
tendant he may Bceih'very' agrwiitlc
to a womiiti, Even afterhe,lMt 'muit
..in unci, ,11,14 nun ov.t:iMcerae,t .
mav bo very attructlvcjilHitlUw clwsti
ntlmuvy of courtshlp'majr -prove hi
her that Bho him been wholly mkrtI.o
in her own prerorouce, OKhbimon v
grow out of love imdanktobe'releM
Under these clrcuniHtHhce no' peri,
or delicacy or honor would bo iulolr
by hi. or ner consclelico tocolitlnue '
engagement. Let a man or a wbrij
Invoke in these crises all the'jrl eiu'wte
or good reeling which exlfit,' api
strive to do a lasting good at tlitf'or
era present utihappIiic-SH, i
A ludy Niiould, however, bo
tremely guarded during her eaga
ment hi her mannera toward utl
men, Hhe should notcorfo(OBdw;'U
them, nor permit thoso uReBtk
wlili-li nu n Iiellit nnil hti imulRaiuW'1
girl wcro her riglit, Sho muiit il?Id
qtcii the uppearancoor coquetry,, while
a lover should avoid all display fkiii
ousy aud all airs or mastership. ''ifCt It
U a most delcoto position',, Hetoust
Motbo unduly familiar lu the Dm! Iv
or his fiance; he iiiuhI testify Jnti t
without clali'nluga place;;)ie,iiirts
uvvoieu aim not iiimiuur, ana rrwem
bur nllvnvu Hint, tin lu n rvutlMnuM-nVt,
on his good behavior; he is osklBithi
lier llfi. AVI Mi linr It la faru
partant coiicchsIoii thairwltbh
u she does not makohliH'M
no can employ himself In,
and with pleasure: but with
he docs not make her happy.
win i sue can not nnu nor
elsewiiere than tit home,
Itelsowhcroshu Is lout.
bo so l'onlkli iih to liiivn
the "matter of 1110110," 0
uopo, it jh sometimes not 1
III our nrmitlcnl ni'-.
money sliiniltl be nettled o
tlio nnnvnf IfiibtoA-ilini.niid
buslntMD. It tii not a why
tti f. m . .. t ' . '.
ones crcuuoni: ion 11 a
power over Ills wife's 11
those who do business
find that out. And'mtMi'
tliclrllye insured befiww
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