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VOLUMEi. NO. 48-
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THLDAILY JOURNAL'S NEWS.
TwoPreachers of the Colored^Pursuasion Fight in Massa^^chusetts for a Pulpit.
AFighting Teacher in Ohio^Kills an Unruly Scholar^With a Dirk.
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Localiiolicen^Fifteen arts- t^-r lm^ for flr^l and^Ssa out- |^ r line lor i ^i.i.M^ini nt insertion.^Writ* ^i* laeiity out. \* r In..
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ABoiler Explodes in an Illinois^Saw Mill, Killing Eight^of the Employes.
TheWild and Weird Rites Over^the bouy of a Detunct^Virginia Chinaman.
NkwVohk, Dec. 11.^Northern Pa^^cific 4:^i. \^r,-Urn-4 tfU ; st. Paul, Min-^Dea|K^lis a Manitoba 14fl^.
Washington,Dtr. 11.^It !^ re-^ported that Eb-Gov. Spencer in the^newly appointed city marshal, and^thai neither the district attorney n^^r^the special counsel far the government^in the star route cases are yet aware of^hia presence or apisiintmetit.
Detroit,M.ich., Dec. 11.^Twenty-^nine Dakota prisoners lelt the house of^correction bwlay for the new tcrri-^toriul prison at Kioux Full*. Tbcy^were shackled in pain, and at^^tended hy nine officer*. Thirty more^will follow ill two weeks.
AbtiuK It OCOK.NoR.^Attorner ll-U Mid Sot.rr Public.
FierceSnow Storms Raging in^the b.ast, Completely^Blocking Trains.
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ClIH'AUo, lK-c. 11.^8everul more^finiiieni | liysieitins gave totiinoiiy^, to-day that^ TerusM Kluru wiut innane
1when bJm hltut Sliields.
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W'Asm.stiToN.l^tt*. II.^The preai-^' dent wiuHva further iiiterrerenueltl the^| caae of Jumi* Leightou Oilniore, und^^ lie will be lumped at Deadwood next^j Kriduy.
Mii.wai'KKK,Dee. 11.^Pierce A^' Trtuik, eoiiimiaitioii merchants, tidied
UKlay.IJaldiitietttKMNiU: BBMli not^I know'n. Mont of the c reditors are of
IArotTRTA, ^ra., Dec. II.^John L.^CpMoti wtia bImbI 'lead tit 'riiompMiii^to-day. The people were restrained^\ iih gietit dittlculty trnm lynching^iIn- murtli rt r.
Washinutiin. Dee. II.^The amount^of the agricultural appropriation hill^to lie rep^irt^jd to-morrow in frll4,7h^^,^which is ^.to.lino lean thaii the appro^^priation lust year.
Atlanta,Oa., Dec. II.^Governor^Stephen* haa imnloned Cnntuin K^l.^(.'ox, who wna acnteiiced to ILe impri-^Honnient for the murder of'ol. Kola.^A. Alston in 1K7U.
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Blflassniiliiof all kinds. Wsmi snd Cold^' iWamla. Tba nsll la Mnlthtd with pool
AKADI I'AARAH doom.
Cairo,Dse. 11 - It Is ex|Ktl^sl a^decree will Ik- it-^ued in a lew cliiya,^degrading; AaiaM and other con^^demned i'usli.is. iiud ordering the con^^fiscation si their property.
EartTaw as, Mich.. Dec. 11.-The^anow storm has lustetl here for the pa^t^tliirty-six hours, anil Ibe anow is near^^ly three feet on the level. All trains^are delayed Tuwua lluy is covered^with ice.
WAHHiHOTtiN,l^ec. II.^UMMV Mia-^sirwlppi and Mlsaouri Mil Icy m partly^cloudy weather, with snow in northern^portions, followed during the nixlit hy^colder northwest to southwest winds.^Hlsiiix uNrometer.
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Dktroit,Mich., Dec. 11.^The lee^blockudc In the I^ tmlt river at Ani-^bertsberg is so far bniken us to prevent^resultiption of truffle on lh^- tlautida^.Southern, which has btten susiandcd^lor thirty-six iiours.
Duruquk,Iowa, Dec. 11.^The Tur^^key River branch of the Chicago, Mil^^waukee A 8t. Paul railroad, will he^completed from Duhutiiie into West^Union Saturday. Renular trains will^be put on next week.
Warhimoton,Dec. II^The senate^In executive session continued a large^number of tioiiiinutions, including^(Jen. Pope uinl t.'il. MacKerV/.ic to^major geueral and ln iKadler general,^respectively. No contest.
Washington,Dec. 11.^The su-^preme ^Kirt rendered an opinion to^^day in the Nebraska land ease aftirul^^ing the decree of Uie circuit court. It^held that when the appeUaRt, Van^Wyck, made hht entry and iNiteined a
Bent,therefore the title had passed^Hi the United States, and conse^^quently no right could he conferred^upon him. The opinion is decisive of^a large number of cases hesidee the^one here presented, and will settle the^title to the lft,OUU or ai.imoaeres of land^in Thayer county, Nebraska.
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Briikibpout,^ oiin., Dec. 11.^By^the uavinii in oi the wall of a well in^which Edward English and his son^James, of Dmbury. were dlgtrlng.^both were buried. After eleven hours^work the son was recovered, and after^fifty hours the futher wna found, all vr,^but another cava Jiftt then klUed bin .
JkrrkyCity, Dee. 11.^Thniugh^the curelessticw of workmen repairing^the trestle work of the New York,^Susquehanna A Western railway , at^West End, a roll was removed and ten^cars of it coal train were thrown lute^the swamps. No persona injured.
Constantinople,Dec. II.^United^States rninistcx. Wallace, reports that^during his abstlice he visited Jerusa^^lem, where the governor and other^officials received him in a procession^at (/'aim. Wallace was also given a^^uhlic receiittou. He visited the^hedive and had an Interview wllb^Lord Dufferin.
LrB,Mass.,'Dec. 11.^After a Mod^fight Sunday between partisans, Ack-^worth and I- reetuan, rival claimants to^the pulpit of the Colored Methodist^church, the Ack worth party won. In^the McriinniaKe revolvers were drawn,^ami Ack won l) was kicked down. In^the evening Ack worth preached, the^suhject U'teg, ^Victory.
gtjMuDOEnovariT^Mii.wMkke. Dec 11-Hurvey Clif-^fonl, a gsaffhler of this city, who killed^Capt. Pirjfh, a wealthy resident oi^Kucine, in. a row nWltiug frt^i a^wager lass sprinc, was found guilty ol^murder in the Brst degree in Janee-^ville lo-day, where the triad was held^on a cksfnge of venue from Racine^county The sentence is not yet pn^^uounc
CiNciAAttiDee.11.-The (j^urU*'*^CamhrksK, Ohio, special says Wm. C.^Fnixier; ajw lmol teacher at Caniher-^lan'd, this county, during an aitemp^^to discipline pupils to-tlay, Is^caiue iu-^volvetl in a general light, in the course^of which he slabbed uml killed John^I la ves, aged twenty, anil severely cut^('hurlcs Lucas. Krazicr gave hiinseh^up unit is in jail..
Chicago,Dec. II.^A student in the^Chicago uuiver.-itv to day had tn^ublc^with a fellow student. President An^^derson, of the university, reprimanded^him and he replied with impertinence.^Dr. Anderson then undertook to re^^move him from I he room, when he^drew a revolver and tried to shoot the^president. He was disarmed and the^faculty subsequently ex|ielled him.
Madison,Wis., Dec. U.-Josiah A.^Noouuu, lor many years one of the^most prominent politicians and jour^^nalists in Wisconsin, died this morning^in the Insane asylum here. His unfor^lunate business Venturis and vimlica-^tivc luw suits brought on insanity^several years ago. He was liest known^in national politics as a strong western^friend of President Johnson when the^latter swung around the circle.
Chicago,Dec. 11.^ John S. Steers,^book-keeper for Mark in Druthers,^stockynrds, was arrested on a charge ol^eiittiexzlemcut. Five thousand dollars^shortaxes in hlsactxiuiils was discover^^ed some time since, and that he re|siid^t3HU^ und the prosecution withheld.^Subsequent iiivestsgutlon showed an^additional shortaKe, and as he failed^uiaki^K itgissl wits arrested. It is tin-^derstisMl that t5,^U0 includes the^amount repaid.
Chicago,Dec. 11.^The street rails^mill of ihe North Chicago rolling mill^at South Chicago, a very large concern,^was shut down to-day. It Is under^stissj to he partially owing to a quiet^state of the rail market, and probably^to doubt about the tariff action of con^^gress and party, because no definite^schedule of wages for next year bad^Ik*n Axed. The furnace is still in^operation. The shutting down of the^mill owned by this ooiii|wny In West^Chicago was announced some time ago.
NewHaven, Conn., Dec. 11.^The^report of the National Sunday School^Union and Tract society of the Method^^ist Episcopal church, showed Ibe^union had since being organised^India*! about 40,^MM) Sunday achools st^sii expense of |46(I,0UU. Durlag the^past year 774 schools were helped.^There are row in the Methodist Epis^^copal church 2.4M Sunday schools.^2U.WI2 officers and teachers and 1,684,-^147 scholars. There are ll.Set scholars^In Oermsny, 1*,^*S In India, ajsjs^In Sweden sad 1LM0 MB Norway. Aid^was given In every state and territory^la the United States.
Paulrailroad state that the rum ml^lreittht rates being restored between^Chicago, Council Blutts and inter^^vening points is unfounded. No rders^have lieeii received from New \ ork.^and It is the general belief th.it the^schedule of rates has la*-n prepared to^go into effect at' a moment's notice^u|*m a dispatch from Manager Merrill.^At noon to-day the lost spike wits^driven on the new dilwaukee and^Lake Winehugo line, giving \ViM*in*in^Central railroad an independent outlet^froui this fit v. The lirst through train^will run on Monday next.
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Fargo,D. T., Dec. 11.^An Argus^speuiai from Lisbon says that suspicion^is daily grswMBg that the mason who^worked in Alton's house and disap^^peared at the time of the lire is the^person who atst the bu
personwho sat Irs buUdlng on lire.^No otiekete now believes that Mrs.^Alton had aaytdilnc to do with It.^Those who have invented the alleged^Incest ease say that the charges are en^^tirely unrounded. The Fargw and^South-Western Is expected to reach^Lisbon on Wednesday. AsuSR-ii spe^^cial from Vsltoy fJlty atatos that Wm.^Uiass, deonty rerkster of deeds, Urlppa
OfEiarf R i Mplli Bar Has Udsaa,
Ands complete stoek of giastal Saralahlag aaada
LargwalHaiactios in tha cRy. M
sitdMsn snarged with shet/octln^of CNipps county,^said that unless an aflbi can be proven
itwill go hard with the prisoners.
BUUJa3K. low^, Dea U.-At 5:30^this morning, a copper still, ex ntaln-^ing twenty-five borrela of whisky at^the (Jilatou milk exploded, injuring^Wm. Lucas fatally and deairoyiog the^basis Uiikiing, tSgBlBiSl wksti the^United States wsrshonss enntalning^lour thousand barrels of whisky. The^loss is estimated st four hundred^thousand dollars.
Later.Information says I hat the^fire Iroin the first wan a tierce one and^ull efforts to control the some being^useless, it sisiit euvetoped the distillery^proper, then passing this to the receiv^^ing room and grindiug mill ami t.iall^house, and then through the wncrcd^passageway to the warehouse. In two^hours the buildings were totally de^^stroyed. The distillery was one of the^largest in the country, its capacity be^^ing 1 .taw barrels per mouth. Cause ot^explosion tin Known.
Whekling.W. Vs., IK*. 11.^Hu^Him, a young Chinaman employed in^Joss Lee's laundry here, died Saturday^and wus buried to-day with the rites^peculiar to the Chinese Kingdom,^i'he Issly wus placed in a neat pine^colli n and the face washed and the^clothes sprinkled with a peculiar^Chinese liquor resembling whisky,^used us a safe guard against illness^in the hereafter. No religious exercises^were held by the friends, explaining^that the nearest Joss man was sh-k at^Chicago. All the Chinamen in town^and severs! from Pittsburg, with prom^^inent white citixens, attended. Rice,^tea, etc., were passed around at the^bouse of Josh. Sticks and candles
wereburned about the Issiy and a lot^of coin placed in the coffin. The drive^to the grove was made as rapidly as^possible by request of the Celestial,^money being scattered freely along the^way. All the clothes of the dead man^were burned up. Rice was scattered^over the grave and the party cheertully^returned to the city, Joss Lee remark^^ing, ^blcllv large fiends topeida turn^^out.^
AFRIGHT Ft L OCCURENCE.
Swankktown,Ills., Dec. 11.^A^most dreadful accident occurred ut tin^Siw mill of Vincent A Sons., at ins n^to-day. Eleven men were employ en^in tiie mill and scattered aUmt the^engine coin eating their noonday^luau h when the boiler exploded witli^extraordinary violence, completely^wrecking the mill and distributing the^iron plates of the boiler over various^distances, front a few feet to 6UU yards,^and immediately killing eight Of the^eleven men and wounding three^others. One body was blown into the^river, two more were hurled am yards,^and several were actually blown into^minee meat and their friends went^about with |Mdls picking up u ud latin-^guUhable fragments strewn about.^The following are those instantly^killed: Wm. Montgomery, Charle-^Bkaw, Henry Hughes, Charles Baker,^George Price, W. P. Drove, Jan. Mc^^laughlin, and Sam Kennedy. One^other, named Nag was blown s eosaaid-^erable distant and both arms snd^legs broken, usjd otherwise Injured.^He died s few htHin afterwards. The^remaining two men are both I lastly^hurt, and H to beUevsn totally. Several^of the uaBattanste knee leave families^In destitute ctruumstoRess. The causae^s/lliesaptoaSssitoaMlki
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