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VOL. II: NO. 1
MARIETTA, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1, 1890.
PRICE ONE CEN1
r- W ..jA- Je-
A Discovery Made of Consider
In the Boundary Disputo Between
Great Britain and Venezuela.
The Whole Truth Appears to IIixvo Horn
Withheld ly Lord ballnbury, lint the
United Stilton linn the Document
A llrltlsh Cnbluot bucrct to Llfht.
Washington, Doc. 31. In tho last
few days tho stato department has
made a discovery of considerable im
portance in tho Venezuela boundary
dispute. Tills official document dem
onstrates that England had no idea of
claiming1 a largo part of Venezuela un
til Schomburgk'H scientific explora
tions had disclosed tho great wealth of
the region, and that alio then deter
mined to make exorbitant claims.
Sir Ilobcrt Schomburgk was appoint
ed in November) 1810, special commis
sioner for surveying tho boundaries of
In submitting tho maps of his sur
vey on which ho indicated tho line
which ho would propose to her ma
jesty's government for adoption, Sir
Robert Schomburgk called attention to
tho fact that her majesty's government
might justly claim tho whole 'basin of
tho Cuyuni and Yurarl on the ground
that the natural boundary of the
cStony- Included any territory through
which flow rivers which fall into the
Ksscquibo, and thus approach tho very
heart of Venezuelan Guiana.
Hut on grounds of complaisance to
ward Venezuela ho proposed that
Great Britain should consent to sur
render her claim to a more extended
frontier inland in return for the
formal recognition of her right to
Point liarima. It was on this principle
that ho drew tho boundary lino which
has since been called by his name.
Tho newly discovetcd document
consists, of a letter from Viscount Lcv
cson (afterward Earl Granville), Brit
ish, under secietary of state for foreign
affairs, to Sir James Stevens, perma
nent tinder secretary for tho colonies,
written under instructions from Lord
Palinerston, secrotary of foreign af
fairs, for tho guidance of Lord John
Ilusscll, secretary for war and colo
nies. This letter shows exactly what
'went on inside tho British cabiuot at
that time. Tho note is in part, us fol
lows: Sir: I am directed by Viscount Palmcrston
to acknowledge tlio recolpt of your letter ot
tho 0th Inst.
With refeionco to that pirt of jour lot
ter In which you stato that Lord John
Russell considers it to bo Important that
tho bounds of llrltlsh Guiana should bo as
certained and aKrccd upon, and that Mr.
Schotnburgk's researches havo qualllled
hlra in a manner to be of Uso should tho
services of any porson acquainted with tho
geography of Uiitlsh Guiana bo required
for fixing this boundary of tho British toi
rltory, I am to stato to you that the courao of
proceeding which Lord l'almorston would sug
gest for tho consideration of Lord John ltus
sell is that a map of llrltlsh Guiana should bo
mado out according to tho boundaries discov
ered by Mr. Schomburgk, that tho said map
should bo accompanied by a memoir, dotnillng
the natural forces which dellno and constitute
tho bounds in question, and that copies
of that map and momolr should bo
,dellcrcd to tho governments of Vene
zuela, of Brazil and of the Nether
lands as a statement of tho llrltlsh claim, that
in tho mcmulillo British commissioners
should bo sent to erect landmarks on tho
ground in order to mark out tho lino ot bound
ary so claimed bv Great Ilrltaln It would
thc.i rest with each of tho three governments
above monlioccd to m ike any objection which
thoy might havo to bring forward against tho
bounds and to state tho tcasons upon which
such objections might bo foundoJ. mid hor
majesty's government would then glvo such
nnswcis.theicto ns might appear proper and
Lnrd'Pitlmerston further considers that it
would be oxpedient that tho Brazilian detach
ment should bo required to withdraw from 11
rara, and that tho ofllcor in command bhould
bo informed that any cl lim which Jirazil may
imagine luclf to havo to that village should bo
sUted liv tho Brazilian government to that ol
Great IJrluiu, In order that It may ha dis
cussed between the tuo governments.
In rofcrenco to tho last paragraph it
may be stated that Brazil did with
draw from I'irara and that tho south
ern boundary of British Guiana has.
now advanced over one hundred miles
beyond that point.
New Eiperliiiuiit In the Iron Trade.
Ki:gaun-j:i:, Mich., Dec. 31. Tho now
double furnace of tho Cleveland Cliffs
Iron Co., at Gladstone, will go into
blast about March 1. Tho stacks nro
being built to use charcoal or anthra
cite coal and tho experiment of mak
ing coke and anthracite pig w'll be
tried. Tho outcome, if successful, will
havo much influence in securing the
location of extensive steel plants and
rolling mills now projected for the
Add. clonal Duty on Haw fiurir.
Wasiunqiox, Dec. 31. Mr. Perkins
(rep. Cal.) ofl'ored a resolution with a
long string of "whereases" instructing
the Unnnco committee to report an
amendment to the houso revenue bill
providing for an additional duty on
raw sugar equal to tho proposed in
crease on other urtlcles, and asked for
its Immediate consideration. Mr. Ber
ry (dem. Ark.) objected and the reso
lution went over.
The Lomi Uishuuymnn at Work.
UlvlAll, Cal., Dec. 31. Tho south
bound stago from Eureka was stopped
by a lone highwayman Tuesday morn
ing about ten miles from here. He
took tho cxprossbox nud mail pouches.
It is not known what they contained.
Tho passengers were unmolested.
Two Failure! In Liverpool.
LiVEiirooL, Dec. 31. The failure; ol
two financial firms was announced on
tho stock exchango Tuesday, their sus
pensions being duo to the fall in Amer
ican railroad stocks. Both were minor
Mott and lnterrtlnt; llnppoulnga Within
' THROUGH A BRIDGE.
Tho Engine Went Hut the ICciglnccr nnd
Fireman 1'scnpcd by dumping..
Lima, O., Dec. 31. Tho south-bound
passenger train on tho Lima North
ern road was wrecked on tho Sugar
Creek bridge by tho engine crash
ing through tho bridge, ono of the
spans of which gavo away. The en
gineer and firemen jumped beforo tho
ongino went through, being warned
by tho timbers sinking. Tho engine
fortunately broke loose from tho train
and none of the cars followed. The
pilot of tho engine is inf tho mud 20
foot below and standing Appendicular
in tho air. Trallle is hlodkcd.
Tho llllzznrd itt chjfulatul.
Cleveland, O., Dee. 111. Tho bliz
zard struck this city with great fury
about 8:15 o'clock Monday evening.
Up to this time for nearly 21 hours
thero had been a steady down pour of
rain, when tho wind veered suddenly
to tho northwest, blowing a great gale,
bringing with it a floe snow. The
force of tli a wind was so great that it
was dilllcult for pedcbtrians to keep
their feet, and the streets wcro soon
comparatively deserted. Street signs
were tossed about in all directions.
IHlzzuril In Northern Ohio.
Toledo, O., Dec. 31. A blizzard ri
valing in intensity tho snowstorm ol
February, 1694, w hen Toledo was snow
bound for thrco days, was raging over
Northwestern Ohio Monday night.
Street car and railroad trallle is great
ly impeded and tho prospects were that
fow trains would get through Monday
night. The local weather bureau says
thero is likely to bo no relief from the
storm for at least 15 hours.
Coal HarRCA &uuW.
GALl.iroi.i3, O., Dec. 31. The big
twoboat Beaver, witli a tow of 14 coal
boats, sunk a fuel flat and two coal
boats just ubovo Kanawha Bar, three
miles abovo Gallipolis. Tho terrific
wind and blinding snow made it al
most impossible to handlo tho tow.
.About 80,000 bushels of coal were lost.
Tho John F. Walton barely succeeded
in making a landing.
Child Mmitherrii In Dcitli.
Cincinnati, Dec. 31. When 7-wccks-
old Leona Sell wait.;, whose parents live
at 1402 Bremen fatrect, was put to bed
Monday night and tucked under aheap
of bedclothes she was in perfect health.
Tuesday morning she was dead. Coro
ner Ilaorr was notified and inado an
investigation. He gavo it as his opin
ion that sho was smothered by tho bod
clothes. Freight Tr.ilu Demolished.
Oallipolis, O., Dee. 31. A south
bound local froight on tho Kanawha
and Michigan jumped the track near
Addison, this county, Tuesday morn
ing, and a bad smash-up was the re
sult. Five loaded box ears wcro de
molished and the track strewn with
debris. Trallle will bo delayed on tho
Hooking Valley and K. and M. sis
Mining Kates ill Ohio Settled.
Coi.UJinus, O., Dec. 31. At midnight
the miners receded from their position
and a committee representing the min
ers agreed to accept the resolution of
the operators to pay cash twico a
month. This acceptance will be rati
fied by tho convention Tuesday, and
tho contract signed. This settles the
mining rates in tho state for the year
Cincinnati, Dec. 31. The annexa
tion of Avondale, Clifton, Westwood,
Riverside and Linwood took place very
quietly Tuesday midnight. The city
ho,U was brilliantly lighted with tho
4,000 oloctric lights, and tho watchmen
and elevator men wcro in their places
to show visitors around. All church
and flro bells were rung at midnight.
Lorain auetl for Duimigeg.
Klyhia, O.. Dec. 31, Frank Judge
Monday brought suit against tho vil
lage of Lorain for 512,000 damages on
account of injuries recoived by falling
on the icy walk thero in Januarj', 1605
Tho sidewalk grade had boon changed,
making one walk two foot lower than
t' o other. Plaintiff injiv ;d" his right
kneo joint and has never recovered.
Smallpox llpldomlc nt nn Fnd.
Mautin's Funny, O., Dee. 31. The
smallpox epidemic in this city, Bridge
port and Bcllairo is about at an end.
Tho Wheeling quarantino against
Bridgeport was removed Monday
night. The situation in. tho thrco
towns is growing brighter evory day.
Anciont Order of llagmcn of lingdnd.
Columiius, O., Dec. 31. Tho "An
cient Mystic Order of Bagmon of llag
dag," a secret society, was incorpor
ated by the following Cincinnatians
Tuesday: W. A. Johnson, Louis Wirth,
C. A. Klein, J. II. Btayton and Frank
Three Drowned While bkatln;.
Toludo, O., Doc. 31. A special from
Creston, O., says that Willie Black,
aged 14; Sam Toole, aged 10, nnd Addio
Clayborn, aged 14, wore drowned thero
Monday whilo skating, tho ice break
ing under thorn.
Assignment at l'rinceton. "
Piu:;ceton, 2T.y Dec. 3L I. IC. Cohn,
dealer in millinery nnd dress goods,
has mado an assignment to II. M. Jones
for tho benefit of creditors. Ho esti
mates that his assets are 81,000, ad lia
tilllties 53,300. .
Blow tho Top of Ills Head Off.
Richmond, Ivy., Dec, 31. Win. Mont-"
gomory, aged 00 years, a prosperous
farmer of X'otts's Mills, this county,
blow tho top of his head off with a
shotgun, using his too to 'pull tho trig
In the Outbreaks in Armenia
Explained by Recent Letters.
Four of tho Fairest Young Maidens
Spared in the Massacro
To Mnke an Acceptable Present to tho Sul
tan This Aroused the Armenian I'enplo
f2eto a I'renry The Armeiilnn Itcltef
Asuoclntion Itonsts the rowers-
New Yoiik, Doc. 31. Recent lotters
tolling of the massacre in various Ar
menian cities contain certain informa
tion that helps to explain many points
in the awful outbreaking of the so
cillod Mahometan fanaticism. A let
ter from Trehizond says:
Bahri Pasha, governor of Vanshd,
started to come to Constantinople, and
it was learned that ho was bringing
with him four -of the fairest young
maidens of Sassoun, who had been
spared in tho massacre, to make
an acceptable present of them
to his Sultan. This aroused tho Ar
menian people of Trcbizond to a
frenzy, and it was impossible to re
strain tho young men, tho more dar
ing of whom fired uyoif Bahri Pasha,
wounding him. But he carried out
his mission to Constantinople, and
was honored with tho highest dec
oration and appointed governor of
Adana. Afterward tho pasha of Trebi
zond, calling 12 of tho leading men of
tho city, commanded that they should
hand over tho young men who at
tacked tho governor, and gavo them
just a few hours in which to carry out
ills order. Tho next day they answered
him that tho government had no means
of finding the men out.
Then the mails had arrived and peo
plo went toward the post ofiice, tho
trump, t was sounded three times, and
both tho soldiers and tho mob rushed
upon tho people. And this we know is
only one and not even tho most terri
ble of the massacres.
In view of the revelations as to the
actual political conditions in Kuropo
influencing tho fato of tho Armenian
people in Turkey, tho Armenian relief
association in New York Monday ca
bled, the following message to the Lon
don Times and Dailv News:
Europe pushed Armenia into tho
mouth of hell and turned to celebrate
Christmas. If the continental powers
are dead to honor and conscience, can
England forget justice'.' Docs she not
believe in Almighty Clod that she waits
for help bofore stopping the wholesale
assassination of Christian ministers
and their flocks and the ravishing of
maidens? We send 1,0)0 pounds to
Grosvonor houso committee. But what
avails food when lire nnd sword exter
minate? Shall we advise Armenians
to apostatize? Surely the wr.ith of
God and tho blessing of the Christ
have still a significance for the men of
England. Does she no more expect
them to do their duty? Christian
America will support England.
I. ItMir.cKnit MiM.i.it, chairman.
HnuA.sri! M. Kikxtcimiav, general bec-
retary Armenian relief association.
To tho Uonso lionet llllt M 111 lie Offered !y
Wasiuxoto.v, Dec. 31. Mr. Allen
(pop., Neb.), in the senate Monday aft
ernoon, gave notice of an amendment
to the house bond bill which directs
the secretary of tho treasury to issue
330,000,000 moie of the tieiaury certifi
cates of the net of July 14, lh90; to coin
all tho silver bullion in the treasury
at the lato not less than 3,000,000
per month, such coinage to be a re
serve fund for the ledemption of the
additional issuo authorized and all the
treasury notes heietoforo issued.
When they are redeemed they are to
bo reissued and kept in circulation.
Tho issuance of any interest bearing
bonds for any purpose whatever, with
out further authority of congress is
Kentucky Klopiup; Couple JMnrrled
Dr.s Moi.m:s, la, Deo. 31. Sidney G.
Clay, nephew of Cnssius M. Clay, of
Kchoudidi, Ky., nnd Mario Loniso
Stoner, of Paris, Ky., wero married
here Monday afternoon. Tho brido is
tho daughter of Col. U. C. Stoner, tho
noted raco horse man. Both are about
22 years old. They havo been lovers
many years, but their families would
not allow them to marry.
AkciI Aetress Dend.
Lonpos, Dec 31. Lady Fanny Greg
ory, who some years ngo was ono of
tho most accomplished and versatile
actresses on tho English stage, died
Monday. Sho was better known to the
theatrical world as Mrs. Stirling and
was born in 1817.
(Joes to The l'tiiiltenti irjr.
Ni:w Oni.rjA.NR, Doc. 31. Monday
Judge Ferguson, of tho criminal court,
directed tho sheriff to remove Numa
Doudoussat, the convicted councilman,
to Baton Rouge without further delay.
The prisonor will bo taken to tho pen
itentiary on Saturday.
Malignant Diphtheria Kpldemlc.
Chown Point, Ind., Dec. 31. Thero
is an epidemic of malignant diphtheria
at Hanover Center, Mx
here. Tho disease is in disputo among
tho doctors. Seven children died in
two days. The schools arc all closed.
Death of Dr. Tho. . Unwell.
Atlanta, Ga., Dec. 31, Dr. Thomas
S. Dowoll, one of tho oldest physicians
in Atlanta, died Monday, aged 70.
Ho organized the sputhcrn medical
college and was president until his
Mlute,- Urn hut.
Siu:i.nyvii.i.E, 111., Djb. 31. A terrific
snow storm, which shows, no signs of
abating, has raged hero for twelve
hours. Nearly a foot bus fallen.
t.atherod From AH l'nitu of the Country
Two thousand Spanish troops em
barked at Cadiz Monday evening for
AtQulncy, 111., Richard, tho IG-ycar-old
son of Gon. T. M. Rogers, was
drowned whilo skating on the bay
Gen. Dumonthas issued a call for tho
annual meeting of supervising inspect
ors of steam vessels to convene in
Washington January 11, 1890.
At the close of business Mohdny tho
treasury gold reserve stood at SG3,19",
151. The withdrawals at Now York
Monday for domestic purposes was
The magnates of tho western baseball
league assembled Monday night at tho
Republican house, Milwaukee, and de
cided on Grand Rapids, Mich., as tho
eighth club in tho league.
The benato in executive) session Mon
day confirmed the following nomina
tion: Robert S. Chilton, jr., of the Dis
trict of Columbia, to bo chief of tho
consular bureau, department of state.
An exploding boiler at Law's break
er, near Avoca, Pa., Tuesday morning,
killed Alex Young, Thomas McDonald
and Courtwright WoliT, all married
men and who were employed at tho
An explosion occurred in a coal mino
at Wrangle, Prussian Silesia, Monday,
.causing tho death of a large number of
workmen. Twenty-one dead and 12
injured have already been taken out of
Ilonry Harrison, who lived near
Monnd, Okla., was burned to death by
fall'iig into the fireplace while alono
in the room. His grandson diseoveied
the burning body and tho shock has
driven him insane.
United States Treasurer Morgan on
Tuesday forwarded 23,730 checks, ag
gregating SO, 749,733 in payment of in
terest due January 1, IS'JO, on United
States 1 per cents, consols. 1907 and
bonds issued in aid of the Pacific rail
roads. Judge Pcckham, after filing lus res
ignation as court of appeals judge at
Albany, N. Y., Tuesday, will probably
leave for Washington this week and
take up his residence there, lie will
meet with tho Uuited States court at
its next term.
A steamer airiving at Kingston,
from Aux Hayes, llayti, Monday,
brings a ii-port that a rising took place
there on Christmas eve, but that the
government promptly arrested the
l'jaders and succeeded in restoring or
djjr and quiet.
Mis. Elizabeth G. Kelly, of Chic.igr,
who has already endowed the Univer
sity of Chicago with a woman's dornu-
I tury costing 800,000, has decided to
i ei ect on the university campus a chapel
I to cost 8100,000 to be known as the
Kelly memorial chapel in memory of
Cincinnati. Dec. 31.
rt.oun-Sprlns pitcnt, taioatCO sprlis
fancy, jaoU'ilM sprlnff family. i!M i2 7S;
winter patent, J3.403C0 fancy. $100 3 20,
family.-jiOOtt-'EJ, ostra, 5-.30iiJ.4J, low grade,
(2 00?:. 23
WiinAXSalcs: No. 2 red nominal at nfCG'c
Cons Sales: White ear trade, 2?c. mixed
ear, track. 23c, Na J mixed, track, SSu
Ovrs Sales: N'o 2 mixed, tiaLk, 20o, No 3
whlto, track. 20c.
Oatti.k Oood shippers', (S.CS!?4 2i, cholco
butchers', JIOi'tHiS. fair to medium buich-cr-'
M Mf(3 9J, common J'.'iOB.J. .'5.
Veai. Calvks Fair to eood lUht, 37O0Q
3 0 ) common and laicc, J4 7 0 75
IIOI.S bcRct shippers. f.!.75rt3S0: fclect
buichoij, JI.7313&0, uooil ptcl.crs, JJ 05tj.l "
f.ilr to cood llsnt, JJ.0J2J75, tomnion and
I louuh Saj.ViJCO
t-HKCP Ixtra, 51 ;533.7., cholco. $',C5 13 00,
I common to fair, 1 SlftS 01 tuia, U3i?f4ft0,
rood to choice, i3.S3rtl JS, common to fair,
(No sto;U markets to-morrow).
Wool Utittiishoii Tine merino, per lb. 8?J
do: quarter blood clothing, lliUc, medium
dolatno and clothing, 1 lalfc, coarse, 12 i lie;
medium comblnir. lc. Washed- rino merino,
X to XX. per lb. H.dlc; medium ilothlns. IOoj
dclalno, lleeco. lift 10c; lon tombln,-, lljljc:
I quarter blood and lo, 13a lie.
, Toledo. O , Dec 31
WihmtNo 2 rod cash, 0,?4c: May, l'c;
i No 3 red cull, CS'tc
I Cons No. 2 mKed May, 2S'jc, Ko. 3 jcllovi
Niw Yoiik, Dec. 31
i Wheat No 2 red, December, UJ?a3, Jan
. nary, tOA-IOjOlT-lOo.
I Cokx No 2 dull, May, 31 3f3l D-lCo: No 2,
Oais No. 2, dull: January, CliSc May, He:
Cnicno, Deo 30.
Culls on May i he it opened nt 0 V, bold at
fOhc, last price 0 'fco Puts op.'i'et in B'kc,
sold at Mi'bC lost price ro.
I alls on M y corn opjiud nt St-'jC last price
:'S",o 1'uU uicucil ui -hc, last priri -t'.o
I'lTisuuiiGII, Per. 3d.
Cattle Prirao, 'I nil 3), Bond, J3 80(1 100;
BOodbutchcis, 3f0 3 f-0
Hoo-, l'lluiclItfhtillina-J.O-! lncdluin L'radca
U.00 J 1 f J. hiavy grades J3.03 1 1 IM
Slltl.l'-llMia, Ua3 66. wood, $.'.602310.
fair, JittJ 2 70, lamb,, $: CO :i9.
Ucfpalo, Dec, 30.
Cattt.p I'rimo heny. Mior-i. , -04 60;
cood to choice, H ld'fl 20, Good medium, J373i8
1 '.0. Good to prime f.U cowa and heifers, A 003
3.5J. liGht to (,-ood 3tocktrs, titO 3 00.
lIor.K Yorkers, U-'iW, liGht Grades,
54 3. mixed pickers mediums and ht.avy, Jl.'.ij
pics, J130 ,4 3i
Sin.i.1' AM) r.AMiiv-I'rimo natlto lambs,
JI35 U0 Good to choice. H7r(5sr; Helit
common to Good, S3.7iGJ 70; mixed sheop Good
I , .. nW.l.,., A' T nl ".V nnvntnnn in f.llr. 1 1(1 1
i ,V; ' ' --" " - "
Ilu.TiMoni:, Dec 30
Fl.oua Western super, -' 4i 2.C5; do extra,
JJ.74i.itO do family, 13.15 3.'
Wll uvrNo. 2 red, spot and December, COT)
GOUc; steamer. No 2 red. a)".',noj'ic.
Colts Mixed spot, 3.",'3.'?4C: Junuar),32
S3-!7jc; steamer, mixed, 3l4(i,3.V.
Oats No 2 whits western, -4 a-IVic; No S
mixed do, 2J!J'itl3j,
Indianapolis, Ind., Dec. so.
Cattlit Fat, wcll-ilnUheu, iMCOfflt.vS, good
to choice, i 175 .3.01), medium to sood, JAJS&
Hons Cood to choice medium nnd heavy,
sa70ii.3.7J: mixed and heavy, (-0.5170, choice
lights, ta 70 xa 73.
Sheep Good to cholco lambs, JtCO'-IW;
common, S-"i''3.7J, choko sheen. ti.T5a3.0u.
a vac VD bS7hianU
Acieamof tartar Halting Powder. Hlwhost
ot all in leavenlni; Ftrenuth Latest Vnit'Q
Stales Uuverninent Fiind Jtfj-ort.
ItovAn Iiakinq 1'owDLit Uo , 105 Wall SUTJ.y .
Sliirh DnumRo Wrought nt Nl.icira, linn
hlrU. f.eroy nnd Other rinccs In North
ern New York.
NiAo.wt.v Falls, N. Y., Doc. 31. Tho
bli.zaid has dono much damage here.
At b o'clock Tuesday morning tho river
below tho falls was over 30 feet higher
than normal, and the houses on tho
docks wero submerged. Tho dock on
tho Canadian sldo was swept from its
foundation and thrown high upon the
bank. Many of the fishermen's huts
along tho river were washed away. At
noon the watcrappears to be subsiding.
At Dunkirk and Lcroy, N. Y., much
damage has been done by tho wind.
At Rochester at live o'clock tho force of
the wind was 01 miles an hour. Houses
rocked and many lights of glass
throughout the city were blown out.
At eight a. m. lite wind had decreased
to 23 miles and brought a heavy snow
squall, which still continued at 11
RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES
Of tho (io eminent I or thn 1'iri.t ltulf of
t ho Flaeitl Year
Washington, Dec. 31. Tho figures
of treasury receipts and expenditures
for the ill st half of tho fiscal year,
1S95, nro now practically complete.
The official statement to be issued on
Thursday, January 2, will .show ap
proximately that the receipts for tho
six months wero .?107,500,C00 and ex
penditures S1S2,JU0,0U0, making the de
For tho month of December, tho re
ceipts wero light, being MO, 2.10, 000,
and the expenditures fc2".7.'J0,000, mak
ing an excess of receipts oer expendi
tures of S.-()0,000.
Because of heavy interest payments
in January and tli? nvUvr'tv of -l.J'iQ,-CU0
of Pacific railroad bono -,, it is an
ticipated that the month of January
will show a deficit of $10,000,000 or &12,-
A l'nttnlion of Nmnl JtotervoK Tnko tho
() tth of Alleinnro nt Chic ign.
Ciiicaoo, Dec. 31. The naval re
serves of Illinois were mustered into
tho servico of tho state and nation
Monday night The reserves con
sist of a battalion of four divisions and
two hundred volunteers, mostly young
men in good positions socially. They
tool: the oatli of allegiance when
sworn by Col. I). T. Xoonan,
of tho governor's staff. After
tho men wore sworn in the division
officers were elected, Annapolis gradu
ates being clioveu as far as possible.
The lieutenant commander will be
elected within a month, and it is be
lieved Mr. Decring, of tho Deoring
reaper works, a graduate of Annapolis,
w ill be chosen.
IjUiuimmm! I'Lom iho Army.
Wasiii.no ion, Dec. 31. Lieut. Sam
uel S. I'agtic, of tho 15th infantry regi
ment was Tuesday dismissed from the
trmy in accordance with tho findings
of a court-martial. The charge on
which I'aguo was tried was based on
nn attempt made by him on the life of
the commanding ollicer of his regi
ment, Col. Ciofton, at Tort bheridan,
near Chicago. The erdict of the court
martial was "guilty," and Monday
afternoon President Cleveland ap
proved this finding. I'aguo was born
ui wuiu ;mu was uppuiuieu iu uic uiiu i
t.iry academy from that state, lie was
graduated in ISTii.
J!lli Winds ut JIiilTiiln.
licrrAi.o, X. Y., Dec. 31. Xot since
December, ISsO, has lluffalo been
wind-whipped as sho was Tuesday.
The height ot tho storm was reached
lbout six o'clock when the witnl was
slowing 72 miles. Houses rocked,
street signs were blown away and tcl
jgraph and telephone wires torn down,
fortunately the snow was light nnd
street car trallle was not disturbed,
l'ho muddy waters of Unit do creek
ivere stirred into a sea and overflowed
the low lands of outh UuiLilo. At
poon tho storm shows no signs of abat
ing. llnuso Meet ami Adjourns Until Frldny.
Wasiiinqtom, Doc. 31. In tho house
Tuesday Chaplain Coudon delivered a
fitting prayer for tho closing day of
the present year. "Let party conten
tions be buried," ho said, "and lot our
motto bo 'ono flag, one country, ono
God forever,' with malice toward uono
ind charity for all; let our nation
itand as an examplo to all tho world
with the word 'justice' written on her
brow." After the reading of tho jour
nal, on motion of Mr. Henderson (rep.,
la.) tho houso adjourned until Friday
1 lie Woutlier.
Washington, Dco SI. For Kentucky rlr,
warmorTuosuiy nlslit; southerly ninls, Uj
For Ohio Warmer WcJnosiHy; voslerly
winds, becoming variable.
For West Virginia Fair, vurmcr Wrilnes-
dayf westerly winjs.
For huLaim-Ocncrallr fnlr; contliucl low
tcraperniuro Tuesday nUjIit, (.llflitly w.irmtr
weuuesday. westerly unas.
Arrival and Doparturo of Trains.
n. & o. s.w.
DEPAnt C:00 a. in., iomo a. m., 2:35 p, m., 1:1 5
p. in.. 7:00 p in., 11:2", p ni.
aiihive 3-03 n. m 8:io ?. m , 12:25, p. m 1:33
p. in., 0:lo, p. in., 8:r., p. m.
T. & O. C. V.X.
R:tnp. m ,0:00, 4:00a. m.
li'jtu, 7,1.3 V-m. 7:15 a.m.
C. ,. M.
Leave 0:!J3a.m. 2:5(ip.m
AimiVE ll:l". a. m., 7:05 p. u
Lkave 11:20 a m., 2.40 p. in
AtutivE 10:10a in., 6:55 p m
O. It. K. It. (Eastern Time )
Fount 10:2.'i,2:rua m ; 7:'lp.ra.
Noiith ii:is p in ; a:40, 7:23 a. in.
Star Cloilig Bouse!
Parlies holding our silver cards
can still use them, will take them
right along, and will keep a good
assortment ol silverware lor you
to select from.
The Perfect Collar Button
A. man is known by the collar
There were no collar buttons in
Job's days so lie pulled through.
A Time-Saving, Labor-Saving,
Temper-Saving Collar Button.
Tin Mel Cellar Bail,
The only collar button. The
top is wedge shape, the upper
part of the post is Hat and tho
lower pait is round. It can't help
working. Its as simple as a
clothes pin. A slight push audits
through tk,e collar, a slight pull
and its in position. The collar
can't come ofl". There's no wear
on the button hole. A twist ol
the wrist and the collar is released.
liuclcf t Shop Proprietors ludletntl.
Ciiicaoo, Dec. 31. The grand jury
Tuesday voted indictments against the
following proprietors of bucket shops:
Joseph UUman, La hallo street; C. C.
Viall & Co., La isitllu street; George
shiner, Trcmont house; Long,
-lifton house; Frank Wakem, Owings
building; C. F." Van Winkle. Tradei,'
building; 1! Valentine, La Sallo street;
Arbognst & Co , Traders' building, and
Y. Z. Wright, ltookory building.
lnur Hujh lSitrnoil to Heath.
VnTSiiuna, ICan., Dec. 31. A horri
ble story comes from tho little mining
town of Frontenac, four miles from
iero. Monday night, by tho burning
jf a small dwelling, four boys, Uonert,
'.Vill, John and Archio Mchafifcn, aged
IS, 10, U and 11 years respectively, lot
heir lives. 1 ho lire is supposed to
lave started from a lamp explosion.
IHirliosH of Marlborough 111.
Xi:w York, Dec. 31. A dispatch to
the orldfiom London says: Theyonng
iuchess of Mnrlboiough is very ill
n Home with tvphoid fever. A private
otter received from there Tuesday an
nounces that tho fever was contracted
ivlnlo she was in Spain,
'tho tinld llfbi'rvp.
Wasiii.no ton-, Dec. 31. The treasury
jold tuscrvo at tho close of business
Tuesday, with nil withdrawals out,
,tood at S;2,UC1,11H. The amount of
fold withdrawn nt Xew York Tuesday
ivas 500,000 for export to South Amer-
Jiutlrt) ltrmvur Chotcn.
Waeiiiso rox, Dec. 31. Justice Urew
r, of tho supromo court, has been teu
lered and has accepted a placoon tho
1'cnct.malier Fatally Cut.
Cam ox, ()., Dec. 31. Chas. Zueger,
foreman at Dllger's brewery, Louis
ville, is at tho point of death owing to
his stabbing by George Frush, an em
ploye. Frush, in an earlier altercation,
seriously cut n fellow workman and
was fined. Uo attacked him a second
time, when Zueger interfered to sepa
The miuthern Kdurators.
Hot Sit.ixos, Ark., Dec. 31, Tho
vanguard of educators in attendance
at tho convention of tho Southern edu
cational uss-oelation, which ponvuiui
hero Tuesday, havo bosun to arrive.
I An attendance of a thousand or tnaro
teacuors is c.vpectod from all the south-
, ern and many northern states.
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