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SPRINGFIELD GLOBE -REPUBLIC.
SPKINGF1ELD, O., THDHSDAl' EVEXLXG, DECEMBER 3 1885
PEIOE TWO CENTS.
xiui;c;ii,ni.i 0-i.ou.t: Vol.
LMCI'lSKIIl-U lSlCl'l Itl-lC
vi. "Vo. so.
Vol. xx.i. So. :n
I-1 K IS OS If IKL1 y
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
1TORMT AT LAW,
S3 Main St.
A. l MM I Its,
ATTimxlT AT LAW AND CITT SOI.iraTOItT
Commercial HulMlcg. Limestone M.
invlMT AT L. . ,
Southeast corner 3Iln and Limestone
"II J. CI.1 I l.M.I.IU
ATTOitXKl IT LlW,
i iMitii.ru coi.i.man.
irwiMV i u. ., , ...
5W Nuth JIarket St.
. OM I ll-U
Kminis Un Mitchell Block.
T A. Ml l 1.1.1.
Cor Market and lliKh streets. oier -Morrow
11. 1I1 II,
Rooms l&Jt IT. Arcade lluilutnir.
H South Market St.
S. E. Cor. Mat n and Market Sts.
' II. NMITII,
KVIOF ACnixOTKkTH CArPKD
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
2S31V Main St. IteMiiencr VI Main.
Hs.ItlCKIM.il M A KIMOMI,
12 ltuckiiuliam Illock.
I'sllN JL IIOIIMIN,
PHTHICIAN AMI rRfiK.
2iK. lllthM. KeMdencel Center St.
T . Kill
raisaiN amuiimoildcim. .
7u H ilaln St
rHiciA AI"1 RfiWtN.
11. II ll.l.
R0'l AD rHYMClAN,
c iMoa m mv iii.h.e.
1 M S . v to 8 p m "
RE i L ESTATE AND INSURANCE
) Itea! Ltate Loan nnrt Insurance cents.
Ho m No. I. Laconda liank llulldinc.
. HOW LU,
Xo. 9 Arcade.
M. II lUKl.r.V,
RKL KTATK AM) 0rT LOltm,
So 4 CVimmerctil BulldlncLlnientoneSt.
h L. ROCknKLn. rRorRirroE.
Illch. Market and W ashlneton streets
Store Allures a specialty. 2SX Center St.
I PATTTR ROOlf.
a r. WasMncton utrret
ART AND ARTISTS.
ARTIST IN CRATO AD OIL.
; Ehtrance, 11 llllanii- Art Morr,2 E. Main St.
i "Xr1"'" I'l'M-H'' -Tl 11.
fcV JU UII. Haterioiors iinna and Lustre rami
gp ingandCrayonine lloom ii. Mitchell lHock.
UALUIkl&r. AMI GELRAL JOB TURK IM)E.
i. ; iecteri.
X J. IIIfKl.l,
nictical Machinist and 5enralJobSbop,
t and trt r. asntnston st.
Hv I.IMIlix KI.IVand5T rcade. l'rlnl
er. Knj;ravcr and rushlomMe Malloner
"W eddioi: k.b1 and cllins cards a six-cislty.
Vm M ETi.tR. Prop N lVAKTEBiE.Min'i:'r
TILIN'SCUIIT ridVTlM. 111.
Urst-cIassM ork at Jalr Prices SVJ5 Market.
T ItTjl IIMIAI.U
.1 1 MTr RIOR JOB PRI VTTR-
Poster work specialties 31. 33. Jr SI. S Market.
Pl.TI It 111 I I.
CABlMTVAklK PA k.FE AND KrrIRkR.
llo IV Main st
I M. Ill NMTT
I SHI KTlHI.lt.
.1. ilrtfi ndU jrerooms Llinestoue st liet
Main aud court house lies 122 Columbia
PA. M IIIM)l.i:iU M.
"".njai atteiition paid to I ndertaklnc
and Krnlnlinlni: -I risherstrri t
1. : A ( I). I MII.KT.IKKIts.
OOce and Hareroom, 4o H.Malnst.
i Kesidence 1"2 M
11 Wl st
Ki;i i a. k tr-i'H, .',, w
Main ht. IValers
f rtiinc nelties.
A Ho Job PrintTs
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GLADSTONE ACAIX AHEAD.
The Liberals Outnumber Both the Tories
and the Pamellites.
Spanish II. toliiti.iiil-t Orvnntrltii: nil '-x-
lieiliti.iii to I reeCnlil, l Kij 11 el
llntniu I lrr in 1 iiriout i
ktmr in IVrii Imporl nit
liitiilKo in 1'ig Iron.
IMo, lKv ) "I lie ntni- r"iviiil
uii tn 2 oclm k till- afU'ruimii h(i tlius
f.ir that 2VI IiIh ril- 201 tnrits ami 4G n i
UoiiaN haw Ihvii rKvtnL
FILL1BUSTERS AT WORK.
Important Kiilnors from lej 11 tM.
N'm Yihik, Dii. 3. llic Iltrald's Kei
West shiiI vi. Telegrams h.ie Ikmi
liaslni; tmlaj lietwwn the Washington
authorities and federal oilltials here nil
Hie to a lihtiusterms eehtion iihieh, it is
dlhccd, I- iH'intf Ittttsl out in this jil.iee
l.i Iioiucandi. a ('ih.ui orpin pulilishtM
here, i!ntcill refers to Alfonso's death
and an uiriin throughout t-p.i'm. ami
states that the ojiihirtune inouuiit his ar
riled to aehleic Cuban nnleiend(iiee.
l)KTi:oir, Dee. 3. K.rlj tin inonniu the
1 tod of llertha Ituckwtrth ia-fuiuul in
front of her home on Chestnut street, n nil
the tliroat cut from e-ar to ear. The mur
der occurred some time between li o'clock
and ilaUilit and the 1hh1 had Ikvii
dracpsl outside the hoti-e. Wm Menus,
an eniplojeof the National Iron Work-, i-su-iHVteil
of the deed. Thej were to haie
Imslh ni.imedSatiinl ii. Ii-t msht tit ish-Un-
htnrd tlieui niiarrelinc lie ha- not
jet Ikmi caitui(sl
IVui. in 1 rn.
I.im i. Dee, .". There was -ei eie liclitiin;
in the center of theeiti Ixtinen 10 and 11
o'eloek la-t nuht. This moniini; an armis
tice was .iirrissl iimiii till miildiv The
liumbi-r killtsl aiul wounded is unknown,
but is not great. Mm h d imnin to projn rlj
re-4illeil Cat ere pulled up all the iiie
incuts in the in u:hlorhoodot Holnar-iiu.iiv
.ml h uncalled hi- troop- He i- -aid to
haie camion on the hou-c toji- comm Hiding
I.iri;e 1 ire nt Dttniit.
DKTiwiir, Mich., Dec 3. The cten-ne
factor of the Itanium Wire and Iron
Works iv.v- totalli de-troiod In hrealmut 7
tlu- inonims. 'I he lo mil be oi er Sloo -IK
Hi. partial! in-ureil.
lie losses are Ixtween 5150,000 and
S200.OOO. Three dwellings were al-nbunuil
and were lalued at Ss.'iOO.
Appial for I lie 4,jilistou xnfTf rers,
Cinciw iti, Diy. 3.-John 1). Caldwell.
Srand-ccretar of the M' W. drand LuiUc
of Fnv and Acceptwl Masons of Ohio, has
lssinil an appeal under the direction of the
cram! master for contributions for the heue
Iit of the siitrerer- fnim tlie recent deia-t.it-imrhreat
Ralie-ton, Texas, lienuttauics
are to le made to Scretar Caldwell.
llni.lrirkO 11 ill.
iMIIVMIIlLI-s HiV. 3 The 11 ill of
the late Vict- 1'ivsiilint Henclnok
wa jirobat iil tla afleniooiu It
U in Mr. HtMiilnckV hainlwntinp.
and the aier h jollon with ap1. It Rhes
all hi nmiicrt i to III if e. jud i -latnl
llrlilge laMncer TilU llioliitlietl.
St. 1.0115, Dec 3. (Sincral iii-enirer
a;enN nf ist. Imi i-a-t-bouml line- met
joterdaj, ami ailojiteil a resolution iiliuli
dlmlMiex the bruise tolN on iiaN-ener
traflic. winch 1- niuiialent to a niiiktuin of
75 cents on all tickits to casern lvoint-..
strike. Vr.irl n- It- I ml.
l'lTTsiiurui, Dtsc 3 The strike auione
the nniiers is said to be Hearing an end.
O'Neil'- men are iliccnu right along, andnt
all other imints wliere the men are working
ei eri thing Is nuit t.
IIii:tH)i:h. Coiui., Dec. !. The upper
C.ise-hopof the E. X. Welsh Co.. Korest
ulle, ha- bunitsl. Iio from --0.000 to
t.100.000. lu-iirauec S41,(I0 About 100
men are thrown out of nipIoniieiiL
Xhw Cahi i-lu Dt.3 Con-table I.em-
inon wa- -ent for ic-unlai He was
w-aiittsl at hpnnglield bi-onie.l 1' to e
plain the -eningof act rtaiu ets iituni in
the i a-e of .lis ItlKl It -cem- thttJm
ii- not Immi p.iiug his dt Id-in tin-com
uiuniti. therefore the ton-table w a- -ent
out -nine time ago in -earth of proiierti
He found Joe- "Simula!" clothe- and
brought them into town, thinking that he
w-a- a single man, but it apearN that he
still has soincbod that he call- hi- own.
Hid therefore want-the right-of proiierti
to whith a in innsl mail i- uititlisl. and thu
this M-conil suit atauolhieof a J. I.
111 M in Johu-on ha- lieen iiuite -ick re-
centli, but has sutlicitntl rtssncrtsl -o a-
to 1m able to be in her class at - liotil ptrt of
the tune. The rnilroul impiui l trim
mall neglecting its tint lure. 'I he pi it
forin at thedeHitls surruiindiil bi a mud
hole making accc almo-t imjio ible anil
tilings are as dark as ailiiucoiithc-f night-
ahout the dejiot. Mntv all their p is-t nger
train- but two, go through here af It r dark
it i- highl necex-an that lieople lie pri-
tts ttsl going to and from the trams la t
the council p.ts- an ordinance and make
the r.ulniad eompaii tin a- other proi-
erti owners ma-t tlo; ktvii up tl e
sidewalks, etc., along their proitrti.
I't eierilnuli -tndi the -liclling lesson for
atunlai night at the town hall, from pige
4'JtotiO in Mt(inffe"s sH'!Ier. Come and
in t the prize- It -eem- that thing- an
nuewliat dormant again concerning tin
ia-lorate of -the l're-b tenant liurch. It is
telling on the babbath chool leri matenal
li. A thiirch without a pistor cannot haie
i Int- "jalilntli school Ml-- Mattie V.ui
(leie- loice wa- plca-iusl tlL-tuigni-lu
lilt in the M. K. choir Mie -iK.nt babUith
Ik le with her part nt-.
Mich iMC-m'iK., Dec 3. Quite a -ad
iccidtut befell Miss Mirta Kusicktr while
on her w ai from -chool 1 t-t eiening. she
was niiiniug backward- whtu lur St
taught on a -tone, throwing her noltntl to
thepuement and -tnking the ba-e of the
brain so forcihli that she was for nuite a
while tineon-cious. Mie is much improitsl
at thi-time. Mrs. Mari C. Mon-tr, of
spnngtield, ha- lieen li-ltlng her daughter
Mr- l'rapk P l'aeklum, and
retunis home tmla. jliv. t.
r.ukhaiu. of Toledo. is al-o a
jne-t of the saiuc J. IS. i an Doni.
Kreiiitnit. Ohio, pnipnehir In jvart of the
raikham Criui)tr Co.. was in town totlai
- Ileiijainin Ilnttiu has a force of men
putting up hislee-hou-c. The mar-Iial of
Spnnglielil was m town jesterdai. looking
up -nine parties that lne lieeii -elhng in-
fe tetl meat to p-irtie- tin re. ll c Irani mat
tlie p,irtie- were notified o( the fact alnl tlnl
not put in an appearance. It is thought
b Mr Mauk that his little child chenttl
and swallowtsl ipnle a pitxe of gla--Niint1
unt"a-ine i expre ed hi tin
parents The son of K ! Dun
railed fpmi Cinoiimti on account of tin
lllne-sof his fathtr leimrtetl e-tenli tint
Mr. Dun is atntlelHtltr It l-now thought
that he has neuralgia of the stoniich -The
following named ni-ons went to
springlield esterda to Imi wraji-: Mrs
Jessie Moore, Mrs. .1. l'"Talor, Mrs
llenrj Chene, Mrs. Ktl. Morgan, Mrs. J J.
Muniuia, Mi-s Anna llaxtt r. Miss .Sola
lEandhaugh. Miss Kttie lacge and Misse-
Atldie and Annie Xenman. Frank
StukeU It- M. I'atton, 1L V. Somen Hie, of
Dayton, W. K. Hayu, of Gallon; G. L. Kls
ley, of Columbus, and P. E. Xorrls. of
Cambridge, aregueaUat tlieMurra-,IIouse,
! jasflsflsflsflsflsflsflsflsflsflsflsflsflsflsflsflsflsflsW "-SSKSBSf
,. -f-- S .. ..BssasasBBSb . , .. Jsftr,-:S'rX-;-KUFmf:i
I in llo-e Itlils Oprllfll.
'I he bids for l.MHi fttliif lio-ffortlic
new Mipplj foi the til ine tleUttiutlit
litre oiHiitsI at noon loda in the cit
eh rk's olhce. in tlie pre-enivof themaior,
c'uef of the depirtnioiLcoiinnittcenntire
department fnim council and t it clerk.
Ihtru weie liunti-tnic bids mciittl.
offins bi thmisn ililTtnnt liiddtrs. The
Pi ices range fron. sixti cents up to S.1
mrfiN.L 'Ihe following is the toiuplcte
lit of liiddtrs. the brand of the ho-e and
the iirice ikt foot
JostphMiarp. l.-MW ftvt, of X. Y. Ituli-iH'rllo-e
Compini it iiinet hie cents nr
foot: Trenton lluhlitr Works (l!o-ton
branili at -iti-sitent-; Trenton Kubter
Work- (Kmpirel at seienti-i cents,
Kunkil'ire Ho-e Coiupm.i (Kurtka) at
ninet rent- l.urcka 1'ire Ilo-e Coiupan
(Mirpn-e) at tightl-clght cents;
lureki lire Ho-e Conip.ui
(Woicn .Inekttl nt scient 1 cents,
lam ka I'ire Ho-e Compani d'aragon) at
sOtuit- Wamuk l'abne Ilo-e Coinpanj
lliei-tonti at SO et nt-, W.imitk Fabric
Ho-e Comisui (I'niqiie) at '.'0 cent-; C. G.
Cirlttoii and Compani (TiuoiOat SO cents;
-t phi n Hallaiil and Compini (Test) at 73
cent-, Akion liiililier Compaii (White An
cliori at SI; Hamilton Ilublier Comis-ni
lllirtiilesl.it HO cents; Gutta 1'ertha and
Itublsr Coinp.iui (Malte-eCni-s) at Si:
tiutta I'tnlia and 1'iibbti Coiiiuni (Baker
Fabric I at so rents.
Hamilton .V Co.. of this cit, put in the
folIoiMiig bid-- stepiian. IWlIanl . Co..
Ite-t) at 73 ctnts, T Hilton Ilublier Works
llJo-tonl at t.4 cent--. 1 reiilon Ilublier
Woiks (Kiniurel at 72 rents; New orkaud
Huston Kiiblfr Coinp.ui (diaut) at 70
cents. Neil York and Boston KtiliN'r Co.
(coiii'iionl at 72 cents; New York Belting
and l'.uking Compiii (te-t) at -ti rent-.
I'n.liil.ltlon .lilliili.- Mis tint;.
I'he prohiliition jubilts' mts'ting at the
Giaml Ojxri House tomorrow (I'mlai)
eteiunc pmini-es to lie'a luel affair
The etrcl-e- will tsm-i-t of iniisie, local
and iiistnimenial. ami a nunilicrof short
address,, h U -j. Ihompon. on "111
Victim" llei Jos Kile, on "Win We
lojoiee Mollui Mi wan. on " I he Work
in the Snitli," Dr A. It I. ism. ml. on "1 lit
Outlook. and Ik rhaps olln r.
Ihe Leonard duanls will met t at thetlub
riKim, W est M tin strts t. at 7 o'clock sharp
mid make a -hurt iiarailc. headed hi the
Cadet ba.id Ik fore the nit ting Met ting
in tne oiK-ra hou-e will lK-gui at 7.11.
Mrs. S. 1L loin-aiul daiighttrs, Missc
Jlaggie anil Klla. of 1.15 S. l'luin stret t,
win1 the iittiuis of a pleas int surprise
party teudensl them thi- morning b a 1 irge
nuuilxr of their frientl-. Of cour-e, tlie
-urpri-t rs brought with tlicm I lire iju mtl
ties of good eat ible, and the da n.is most
ple-isaiitl sm nt hi all present. Besides
those in attendance from this city, there
were pn-ent I!ei C Leple, of Itusters
toiin. Mil , and Mrs. Win. Kcfauier, of
Dai ton O.
AlKiut eight hunilred -Hi-ple llocktsl toW.
A. Gniss" undertaking estalillliiiiint lat
eiening to get a look at the exquisite casket
made for the little King niingeU The cothn
iabiaut tliroiigliuut. It is just a foot
and a half In length, outside measure, and
is covered ivijljjai ender plush and lined
witli ileniratetl pink satin The -iiier
nioiintuigs on the outside are itr elegant.
THE AMENDE HONORABLE.
How a KtilroHit Hug lias Comiuered by
A few tlaj s :i";o, on the Grand Kupiils
train, a p is.ener got on at a siinll sta
tion and walked through the coaches
without being able to lind a seat. He
linaily hilted before, a man wl.o occu
pied a whole seat and seemed bound to
keep it. He was not inilted to it down.
On the contrary, the occupant of the
eat assumed a more frigid attitude.
"Sir," tinalli exclaimed the indig
nant stranger from the small station,
"ion ale an infernal hog!"
""Wli..t"s that? What do you call
"An infernal hog. sir'"
"You do' you do! Why. sir, 111
knock the top of your idiotic Lead clear
across 1'iton County !''
"Ytm can't doit!"
"Ye-, I c in'"
Both men were on their feet in the
ai-le ami rcadi to -pill gore, when the
conductor e une in and shouted to the
one w ho h id bt en called a hog:
Hold on Doctor what 5 it?"
"Doctor0" queried the man from the
small station, "arc you a doctor?"
"Why. so am I!"
Good gracious, is that true!"
They exchanged cards.
They shook hands.
. "Why, of course i on can Lave half
my -eat all of it the whole car!"
Oh, no, no. Doctor! I wouldn't dis
turb lou for the world!"
"But. Doctor. I in-ist!"
"Well, Doctor, if you insist, why 111
be glad to sit with you."
"Of cour-e. Doctor."
Aud the doctors at down together in
one seat, ami were so -oft and tender
and loimg that tears sprang to the eye.
of eiery paonger. Jklioit Frte I'rc.
A Mysterious Joke.
A joke is a mystery to -ome people
In a certain court in this State, on a
time, the proceedings were del tied by
the failure of a witne-s named Sarah
Moiiy lo arnie. After waiting a long
time for Sarah the court concluded to
wait no longer, and, wi-hing to crack
his little joke, remarked "This court
will adjourn without Sirah-Mony."
Kicriliodi laughed, extept one man,
u ho sot in solium nitditation for tile
minute-, and then bjir-t into a hearty
gullaw, exclaiming: "I see it! I see it!f'
When he went home he tried to tell the
Joke to hi- t, ife "There wa- a witness
n imed Marah Mony w ho didn't come,"
s ml he, i rn Ij-aj) the court s ml: 'We'll
adjourn withWl Man Mony." '"I don't
ste any point to that," said his wife.
"1 know it." s ml he. "I didn't at tirst
but you will in about liio luinutes."
.Tiistiiv nlviais fill- on somebody In
China A btrberin H mkow thre itencd
his assii-iut witli proouilion on the
eh irge of stealing twenty seien cents,
w lien upon the accused m in 'ook opium.
An ollieial iniestigition was ordered,
hut the Inrber bought up the m indarin,
who acquitted him, but, as It was nec
e's iry to make an example of some
bodi, ordered the policeman in whose
beat the barber lived ts be lined and se
verely n hipped.
"Dodge Brother V Tray" is the
mint of a s.m Francico tirm. In a
land when' there aro so many earth
quakes nut! drunken miners on a bender
their sign tenlly looks i ery appropriate
to & stranger. SomcrmUe Journal.
The tolonelc of the linjal Horse Guards,
vacant b the tltath of Lord Strathnaini,
has lieen held by thirteen duke-, three mar
quists, four earis, two li-counts, two ba
mns, one knight and one commoner.
Tweutv-fiieinonuuitnts to Xapoleon I.
are standing In the cities of France, despite
the Commune and resolution.
Commissioner Atkins Thmks They Should
be Granted Land id Severalty and
Farmers Made of Them.
Kallonal III lit Iiiereaaeil llurlnc th It
w Month S4,HN7,lllSllrrTel Th.ro
11 III lie no Kailiral Changes
Am vxri mi xt or thi imhiv.
Wisiiixiirtix, December J. The annual
rejiort of the Commissioner of Indian Af
fairs lias made public ipstenla. General
Atkln deletes ncirlj one-tpiarter of hil
reN)rt to an explanation of the general
iwlici which he thinks should be adoptcl
ll tlieCioiei'uieiit in the inamgenient of
fie Indians: Ht jiroposes at the outset to
make agriculturists of them. It requires no
Ster. hesas to fon.i the eiiiliratlnn of
the Indi in race as a result naturall tlcduci
ble from a knowledge and practito uwii
their part of tlie art of agriculture, for the
h stor of agriculture among all people and
in all countries Intimately connects It with
the highest Intellectual and moral deieloii
uient of mill, and the Indian, he s.is, con
stitutes i o t xt t ptton to this political maxim.
He sees hojiefiil signs of Indian progress
and development In the increased interest
manifested in igrlcullure on seierii re-er-xations
during the pa-t few ears. In out
lining the practical ilic which he lieheies
should Ik- adopted b Congn'ss and theGoi
enimcnt in tlie management of the Indians,
he adiCK"ates a dissolution of tribal relations
and the allotment of lands in seieralty to
the Indians, and it should lie industriously
Impressed upon them that they must
nluudon their tribal rt lations and take lands
in -eieralt as the corner-stone of their com
plete success In agriculture, w hlch means
self supjiort, personal imleienilence and
When they have taken their lands In
Feienlty in sulllcient cpiantitles, the ro
mainiug laud- of their resen'ations should
Ik! iiurclnsetl In the Goieniment antloiienetl
to hoiiifsleid entr at fift . or -eient-fiio
rents jier acn1- And the money iaid b the
Goieniment for their lands held in trust and
iniestexl for the eilucation, civilization and
nntenal adianceuient of the red race re
seri mg for each tnle its own innne). He
thinks the can easil be made self-sustaining
In agriculture, anil then when the farm
and the school haie become familiar insti
tutions among them, they will lie prepared
to take the higher and more responsible
duties and priviltges which appertain to
American citizenship. For the education of
Indians next ear the commissioner asks for
an inciease of more than 5100,000 aboicthe
appropriations for the current fiscal ear.
He urges the p-iage of laws prohibiting
the sale of fire-arms to Indians- off of rcser
laiions and to put a stop to aggre-slons on
'I he tar reports that some of the more
eotisiTvatiie members of both parties haie
taken up the quotient of dunging the rules
of the House and will faior a different plan
from that prcqiostsl b Mr. Springer. Being
opiKised lo the distribution of the appropri
ation bills among committees they will
direct their attention to the preiention of
riders being carried through the Hou-e on
the appropnatioii bills. Their idea Is to
pile the committee control of all appropria
tions, but to take fioiii it the power to legis
late or recommend legislation on appropria
tion bills. Theie an1 now one hundred and
thirty Ilepniseatatiies in Washington.
The I'.-esiilent has appointed Albert A.
Wil-on, of Washington, to IWiiitnt State
Marshal for the District of Columbia. Mr
Wilson is pre-iilent of an iii-urante com
lan, i ice presidt nt of a railwai compaii
and a bank dins: tor In the citi. The I're-i
dent U'ing convinced that the people of the
District of Columbia are entitled to the en
tire time and attention of this ollieer in the
1 rfoniiance of the legitimate duties ls-r
taming to the Mar-hil-hlp, has tit termincd
to n'lieie the olhce of tlie unofticial and
social functions that haie in late ears at
tended it, a'lil Mr. Wilson will not be calleil
iqion to perfonn the latlt r sen ice
Mr Cannon, of Illinois, in- called a cau
cus of the Bt'puhliriu members of the House
to meet in the Hall of Ileprestntatiies at
three o'clock Saturday afternoon.
'I he impression is grow ing among those
who haie talkisl with SMker Carlisle, that
there will be no radical charges in the com
mittee rhalnn ti'sliips, hut tint a number of
promotions will 1k mule. Where former
rh limit n haie failed of n- leition, it is
thought in most cases the next on the list
mil be moled up. According to the la-t
roster of the House, if the Sis-aker carries
out this plan, the chairmen of the more im
portant committee-, tleeled andpniectlie,
will lie a follows. Klectimis, rhainuin
Turner, of Georgia, re-elected Wais and
Means, ch in man Morr -on. of Illinois, re
elected; A I prnpnations H indall, of l't un--tliania,
le-eltx'eii. -halitiirj. 'luckir. of
Virginia, re-ehs tttl; Banking and Currenci,
Eimeiitrout, of I'tnnsiliaiila, second on
list, the chairman, Butkner. of Missouri,
hiiing Kmi ih featcsl, liners and llarlmr-,
Willis, of Kuitucki. ntltitrtl. Fortign
Affairs, Cuitm, of reur.sliaii a, re-electil;
rostottices and l'ostioa Is, l!ta-st'. of Georgia,
Mcoudnii list, nee iliairiiinii Moiie, de
fi ateil Manufai tun's, Clmrlt. I Mitchell,
of Connecticut next on list. Bagle haling
btn.ii defeittsl; Pacific Kallnind", Tlirock
mortoir I.alsir. O'Neill, of Mis-ourl, ilco
Hopkins, tit feattsp Parents, Singleton, of
Mississippi, nee Vance, deflated: Pulsions
Tdlinan. of South Carolina, nee Hewitt,
'1 he tit ht -tatt mi nt Issued estenla shows
an increase In the public debt during the
mouth of Xoieinber amounting to S4.SS7,
liis. The net cash Inlance rejKirttsl hi the
treasur Is 5ll,'.)!iO,.'i,iA. a decrease since o-lemlK-r
1 of S4 ss7,i5U7. and the total debt
now less net cash Is S1,4'i2,544.7i1. The
gold coin, bullion and go'd certiflcite bal
ance in tlie tieasur is now i14i',J,.il.4sC or
about 54,000,100 more than a month ago,
and tlie silier bullion, standard dollar and
silier certllicate balance is S7M4'i, t!2,
about 52,000.000 more than on N'oieinlK'r 1,
The amount of fractional silier and minor
coins in the treisiir and classed as unaiall
able for the reduction of the debt is -2.-530,180,
or S4.S0.000 more than a month
ago. There are SIOI.OOO.OOO gold certifi
cates outstanding, a,rhist 10'i, 000,000 on
N'oitinlier 1. and S'.i2,I02.742 in sdurcir
tit cafes outstanding agalnt S'W,H0,772 a
The store of stanihird slier dollars has
Incieased about 52.000,000 iluniig the month
ami now anioimts to t.H.Mi01S Customs
receipts for Xoienil.tr ainounttsl to l.t,
0Vi,0.il, against SH,727,S(i5 in Noi ember,
Intern il if lenne receipts were S'J,24'.),,J3S,
against Ss,sil,s.-, In NmemlKr. Iss4.
T he onset llainsius ns?eipts were ',07,
f', or nearl one and a htlf millions more
than in Nniemht r la-t ear.
Couipaied with the first hit months of tlie
preceding tw.al ear, the total nveipts from
all sources sl.ow an increase of alsmt one
million dollar and amount to 5141.017,24.
while the eni!itiires during the hie
months of this i.-ur aiealxnit -in.Ol 5 001
or nioie than i7.000 00(1 h s than for the
corresix ml ng inmitlis of 1-1
Kwlal Train Collision.
Prrrsiirufiii, Decembers. Two freight
trams on the Wheeling Dnision of tho Bal
timore ,1. Ohio Railroad collided alniut nine
o'clock las' night near Washington, Pa.
Two of the trainmen were instantly killed
and three were badly injured. William
Beiioid-, one of the injured, w as brought
to the West Peniisj lvanla Hospital In tin
rat, where his ftst mil lie amputated Both
engines and a number of carsiverecoiiipleto
A llrfractnry llltnemi SHU In Custody.
Oswtrto, X. V., December 3. Dr. Mllne,
who refused to testify In a criminal assault
cast) as to tho condition of a w oman w hotn
be attended professionally. Is still in custody
of the sheriff. It It-belleied that he will
appeal to a higher court. He insists that
Information obtained professionally can not
properly be demanded of him as evidence lo
lult rtntlin; Ii tails I nrl Ilnnerlu ninl
Tin i luitt.
Lonpov, PeceiuUrS. The Iifest rtturns
show the election of 237 I.ibeRiIs, 101
Torit-i and 44 Parnellites. In the old con
stituencies there is a gain of thirt -eight
feats for the Tones and six for the Liberals.
In the neivl) formed constituencies 10S Lib
erals and 107 Tories ha e been t Jected. The
net gain for (he Tories is thlrt three seats
For the first time since the elections began
It is now admitted that there is a likelihood
of the Liberals electing enough members to
tspial the Toric s and Paniellitcs combined.
The fatt can not tie i.kitiiel) decided until
Ni far as yesterday's Kite In the coun
ties have boon heard from it shows large
Lilieral giins. The most surpriins feat
ure of tl'fc rctnnis Is that In the manu
facturing restricts the Lilnrals stvni not
onli to haeheld their own but to haie
made gains. This is coiisidensl n markable
in ilew of the cat lung argiinuiits ilntiiiuinl
into the ptsjple of tliest districts by the
Tories in faior of "fair trade," as the
choose to call the prntt-ctiie ilic. The
success of the Goieniment's Burmese expe
dition alsostalled to haie tlie iffect which
the Cinserfatiiesexss.tisl In the lotmg.
Oier all the-e thing- the LHierals haie
plucked up courage and feel ier Jubilant.
In 1'osV and Cnnnitnt. S-otland. Dr.
Macdonalil, a cmfter candidate, lias de
feated IL tj, .Munio-Fergiison, Liberal.
The Stamlitnl this morning takes a
gloom i ley of the jsil'tlc.al situation from
the Tor sttndioint. It lnounifull admits
that the new Bad cal gospel has not been
preached Iiiam among Ihe cour.tr men. It
estimates that nothing less than two-thirds
of the seaLsJremaining to be loted for w ill
glie lam! Salisbury an adequate following
In the new parliament, mid it declares that
yie nefessitt,' for ligorotis and unittsl action
is lniK ratine.
Earl Diillpeln. Viceroy of India, has de
cided after jrfHiiimmltaliug with the Home
GoienimtnC to lnttni King T heehaw, of
IStirmah, InHiiy remole Ind'an cit which
the deiKistsi monarch shall select, and to
haie him treated as Ikssiiih; his eialttsl
rank. He iill haie all the il ice and all
the iviies hi wants as a solace for captliiti,
and the clnsf difference lietwetn hiseiery
da life In the future and that of the pist
will doiibtleJs lie that he will be restrained
from euttiiisioff the heads of a few dozen
obnoxious can tiers or rel.atues as the fancy
take- h m r
A dispitcji front Constantinople stales
that the '-ultdli has isucd a manifesto with
regard to tlitl!iHiHl in question, decreeing
that the c-miml- onets of "--lstt ni I'uuielia
shall ronlinn; to rule that territory until a
new Goicrini can In- appointed to adminis
ter its allairj The dispatch also states
that the liirSI-h tiovcnimentis liurrjlns
forward, with all Kissible haste, troops and
munitions of ar to the llumelian frontier.
A disutcliiirom llangoon sai-s that King
TTieelnn. although he nad surrendensl his
army and lu. kingdom, did not surrender
his own jKTstn until the British troops had
surrounded his palace in tlie city of Manda
la. General Fremlergast euttnsl the palace
and receiied tlie King's fonnal act of sub
inlssuui. Th General e"orted the King
and Queens through the British lines to a
carriage ii hici com eyed them to the steam
ship landing tjn the Irrawaildy Ulver. Tho
roal captiiesiwere then taken on a steamer
to llangoon. escorted by 200 soldiers. Fne
regiments of Ipfautri and one battery of
artillery are hit at Msmd ilay to ganison
the place and perform prniost duty.
An election riot occurred estenlay at
Bhonilda A'alley, in Vortli Glamorganshire,
Wales, and se.vral persons were injured.
Drill l"., I'tVialr-ta-stV. w"cms riot- oe
curreil estenlai at Carllngford, in County
Ijuitti, a few miles north of Dimdilk. The
trouble grew out of the bitter feeling which
ha- existed for weeks lK'twren the support
ers of Joseph Nolan, the regular Parut llite
candidate, and tlie friends of Philip Callan,
who is miming as an Imlept intent National
ist The No! mites were armed with
bludgeons and were he ided by the priests of
tlie local p Irishes. The took jsissesslon of
all the approaches to the polls and preiented
many of the Call mites from loting. There
w ere sei eral fights and man men on both
sides were injured.
A bailiff at Bally Conro was attacked
Tucsdai night hi a part of moonlightcs
and hornbli maltreated His clothing was
torn to shreds, and he was left naked and
bleeding in a ditch. He Is now d Ing.
In the Iieiclit ig on the 1st Prince Bis
marck formal' announced tlie Imieior's
protest .against an undue interference by
that bodv with the rights of tlie soiereign
in exs.IIIng strangers from Germany whose
continued n-sult nee amounted to a menace
to the welfare of tlie euipire.
Ilellrveil TliAt the Issit.-ln of l"jt.aiayor
lloinaii Is an l.x-CotiTlct.
Jourr. 111.. Decemlier 3. statement
was made bv a coniict, Ilirry Mers, to a
detectue jestenlaj which, shodd it provo
true, may lead to the arrest ami com ictlon
of theasisiii of ex-Mijor BoMtuan, of
Fast St Inus. He sas that a convict
n imed Iil MiK-e. sent fro.n the northern
jnrtof tin Mate for perjury, told iiun that
Maior Bowman had relentlessly imrsued
lilin after hi- trial and acquittal for com
plicity in tlie Bound House riot in ra-t St
lamis. in 1S77, and was the means of his
launching into a life of crime. On this oc
casion he swore tint as soon as released,
which occurred three or four weeks before
the assassination, he should go to St Louis
and kill Bowman, that lie could do It and
not be found out
strike I ml.. I
Pin-ni i on, December 3. The strike at
both of Ihe Hamilton prescription glass
factories in this citt. which lias lieen on fill
one esr and two tins, ended cottrdi
morning The strike was declared again
a reduction of twenty lT rent in wages.
A comjirom se ha leen effected b whict
work Is resumed at a ten lroent reduction.
This action it Islnlieitsl will iffettaieeon
ciliabon between prescription blowers and
enipIoers all oier the countr A largi
iiumbtr of men will find emplo incut in tiiu
rrofes.orllaiiitiier Slrlekeii 111th Paral
lels. BtiTlMoiiP. Md, Disvmberl. Prof, H
Hammer, tlie leader of the Germania ilau
nerchor and other Gt rman singing societies
in Baltimore, wa- suddenly stricken wltl
pirahsis ii hi n pusing Germania Hall la-l
night. His death is momentarily expected.
I'rotessor Hammer is known to Genuac
people all oier the countr. He took 3
prominent part in the mu-ical festnal re
eentl held in Brookljn, Mug tlie leader of
the ilctonous singing socitties.
Klilunppeil Chllilren lltth Their Mother.
Ill iniM., Pa., Decemlicr 2 It is now
iHisitnel known that the Glas-es children,
who were thought to hue been kidnapped,
are in the hands of their mother Henr
SmMi, with whom the bi Gil Hied, re
ceived a to idling lefter from the mother
stating that she h id p'eked up the children.
Bertha and Gil, cm the streets of Beading
la-t Sattirdai eiening and that she now has
them at her home at Kensington, Ohio.
11 ill of 1'eler llontliue,
8av Knixc-isco, December 3. The will
of Peter Donahue, who died Thursday last,
has iK'en made public. After some small
bequest to friends and charitable institu
tions Mr 1 ion ihuele ue- his widow one
thlnlof the inteie-t derived from the in
lested proptit and his home-tead. The
residue Is tleu-ed to his son, Mtrvn Dona
hue, and daughter llimncs Von Schraeder.
The estate la i.iliud at -U.OOU.OJO.
IVIilioii for li.lle,! ol a Villi Sietlleil.
SiirM M ss. Dveinber 3 - After a
lengthy heir ng In the Prob ife Court Judge
Choaleje-te.ili dsmisseil the petition of
Iior W. Pierce, wlio contests the will of
the late Tho ins l'lercrt, uilllionalreof Tops
field, claunlng to ho his son. The case will
probably be t iken to the Supreme Court
An est ite of some 510,000,000 Is Iniolietl.
CoL Jas. E. Stew-art, 170 Linden avenue,
is seriously afflicted with intlammator
Peara Entertained Taat It Will Asaame
Alarming Proportions Unles3
Actlnc f.ovrrnor n( Neiita I eon itml luar
Allarkeil h lleiolulliinist Itilrral
UUlcUU Lharceil llllli l-ollleiit-
lnf; Ihe limurrectloii.
rrnisixci ix- snimi sTi.oxcnioins.
Xnv Out i ix-, Dec-'iub-r !. TheTIin
7) miK nil's Milliter', Mexico sp.s-ials.ais:
"The situation between the Beiolutlonlsts
and the Goi eminent puty is becoming more
louipl cited hears are eiitertaliiel Until
the Nation ll Goiernuient tl ss not -petKtil
K'nd aid to the civil authorities under the
Acting Gen emir, tho revolution nil assinm
rojortions tint nil Northern Mexico ml
iiltimafelv lie drawn Into it Last Suidii
night Acting Goiernor Sepulieda. with j
guard of 100 men while returning to tint
cit from the idligane, wa- att.nked in the.
suburbs b i.oo Itn iliitlonists. The Guard!
became une stricken at ihe csl is again-t
them and about htlf their iiiiiiiIkt i!eettcil,
llts'ing into the uioiintaii's. The remaindci
stootl their ground for a short tune, thea
kept up a running fight but were finalli
routed, retreating southward for the Stati
line of N'euva la-oil nil I Coahuili.
The Keiolntloiiists lo-t five kilhsl and tea
woundtd in tlie fight The (.muds lost bill
two men. Ihe Goiemor aud such of hil
followers as did not desert made their
ca to Coahuil i. where thei now avia I
onlcrs fioni the Federal Government Thii
State is now prictica'ly without a Goiemor
and all business connected with the Stat
Executive is at a staml till The Kevolu
tionists have gained a deeded nctori aiie'
the Government is N-coin ng jKipuIar
among the ptsiple. although the conimanilei
of tlie Fisleral tnsips at this tit. Genera
Keis Is si verl ctusitreil for Ids rtfiisa.
to send Fishril troops to the assistance o!
Governor 'epuliula. 1 rtqiort Is current
that he will Iki suisrcedisl hy Generil Mier,
who is dail exisfltsl Horn acafeeas.
Official news from the Citv of Mexiec
cannot lie nbtalneil as there is no one in an
tliont lure to icceiie it with the eitejh
tlon of Gentril Be is. and he refuses t
make an statements or gne an reasor,
for refusing to render aid to thoGovinior
It is non whispered th it the Generil Gov
ernmeiit is at the b-dtn n of fie revolution
ar inmemeiit and that the rea-on it g.ie
for coiinti nancuig the insurgents is thai
it mai Ik- ible to e-ttblisli a military
Governor oier Neiivi Leon, as was done hi
Coahuili about aiearago. More hghtiiii;
is anticipated, as it is not thought tint Goi
ernor Stpmola will lejmqtiish Ins authorl
t w itliout further n-s -t inca "
The trouble seems to Is' that the peop!
there are dissatisfied with the State Govern
ment The Stite otticnls den this and
ojienlv charge the Federal officials with
seemly fomenting the insurrection for the
purpose of creating an opportunity for fed-
tral Interference, which would lead to tho
proclamation of martial law and tlie appoint
meut of a military Goiemor This plan
has been pur-lied In other States. Ills be
Iieied In Nortli Mexico that the prime
mover at present In the management of
public affairs In the I'epubllc nf Mexico M
Senor lioniero Koblo. stretary of State,
and fathcr-In-l ivi of President Diaz, lie U
rtgarded as the power behind the throne,
and it was almo-t ronceiUd in (civernment
Circles that he aiUUie tin iliilnlrfttn
candidate for l"re-nlen! to -uictssl Diaz, and
his opponent u ill probably lie 'X President
The federal and munlclit.il admliiisfra
pons of putilie affair- throughout the State
Xeina Leon have until latel bet'n in the
hand-of the folium rs of Gonzales. Sei
eral weeks ago eien federd oil cial friend
1 to Gonzales was dismissed and adminis
tration nun weie apjiointeil in their steaiL
Before the ailjounimtnt of the Legi-latnii
twowts"k ago the Acting Governor wa'
authorized to call on the President for fisl
eral assistance to put down the then antici
pated revolution. lre- dent Dnz answerec!
ibis call, promising all the federal ant nec
evsar. On the strength of the prom se the
State officials disb Hides! the State forces in
the seviral uiunlcipililies. No sooner had
this lieen done th in the Involutional chief
t till cais.il uprisings m -eier.il strongholds,
and declinsl iqieuly against the "state Gov
ernor. The Acting Gmtrnor hiimediatelv
ilemanilisl feileral a-slstuice with the Prtsi
dent's promise President Diaz could not
constitutional! refuse tlie demand, and ae
coMingl orders were i-suesl no'ifving Gov
emor Scpii'.nlo that Generil I! is, the
commander of the federal forces in Monte
re, would sustain the State Goiemor.
Exact' what orders were issued to Gen
eral lie is is not known, b it the impression
pieiails that he recmed nfiicul orders ol
ore character and priato Instructions ol
another. W h u t eGovtrnor notified Gen
tral Key Is that the Bevolutlouisfs win
uiaitlung toward Montcre from all direc
tions. Key's declined to fiim sh troops t(
tight them. 1 1 e Goiiruorabandi ncdMiuit
erey on Thursday la-t and tmik lip his head
quarters twelit) miles sudtlL The Kevolih
tieinist Itsl by Manuel UkJ, quez reaches
the itcmitv of Villi Gima Mii.day after
noon. Goiemor Sepi.liesla feailngenpturB,
made hi e-c-iis ou the approaihof BotHl
quez and cnMtl oier into the Stite of Cos
hiula. where he is safe for the present
The Ii'iciliitioii stsatlaekeel the Goiern
or's sni ill font'- wli eh did not follow him
but twentv miles away I he Goiernor
fiuTOs lost nidi two k lied at tithe wounded,
while the li't'lulut'otiists, who were siicce
fill. lost the kllltsl and ten wounded The
Stale is now without a Governor. Furthci
fighting is cxikk tod alu ee-l hourly. T he iu
actn iti of (n neral ltei is leads to the com
mon Is lief that the Federal Government
will iiun isliateli proclaim marti il law It
Neu v a Leon. Ml indications lmuustaka
hi Jsiint to irevolutlonof large projiortious.
she llmllil Xnl Hope,
Vnn mimpiiiv, Dfcenilier 3, Vita Ila
rasso has pnqsistsl seie'ral tunes to IVimln
iea Senate that she houM eliqie with him
She tllseourag.sl ids advances and when hi
talletl on 'I ne-d iv md itqvUetl Ills entreat
.he broke his arm ii ith a club and her hits
land pummelled ti. tit with his fist. The
parties wen-nil held in bonds by the court
to keep the jk ace.
Negro t!-, ete.l of Murder Iteleased.
Ciiisthi, Pa , DeeenwVr .5. John Car
peuter, the uspectetl muideier of the lail
John Sh irple-s , wa gnen a hearing before
Mayor Forward jestenlij and was dis
chargesl. A eailoresl man answering the de
scription elosel his K-en arrestisl in M in
line, X. J., and Chief Williamson will take
steps to identify him.
1'erislie.l ill the I llliiirt,
Gii.VfsTox, Tex., December 3. A
special from Mirquiese siy; The dwelling
of H. A (iniysnu. residing three miles we-l
of town, was destroyed by lire Tuesdai
niglit. Grai son's wife and daughter t;r
ished in tlie flames.
A In Hi Duel.
Siirunvv, Tex., Dreember 3. Two
heal ill armed white men ii ero found dead,
within a ft vv pace of one anothir, nr
White Lead Hill, Chukasaw Nation, on
Tiic-.il ij, Thei were employes of one of
the I irge-t r inches in the Indian Nation. It
is supM.ed tint tl e int u fought a duel, the
result of wh th wa the instant deith of
both, Tl e li.oii's names w t re not learned.
Threaten to Ittow I p a I nt k.
PlTTsnii em, December 3. Eierythlng
is quiet in tlie Mouougahela Valley. Great
excitement lias be n caused, however, b a
report that an attempt will be made to blow
No. 4 lawk of the river with dynamite, and
thus effectually remove tho causa of the
miners tumbles In the district,
Frank Straier. of .the Portsmouth Tri-
bune, was Uifc truest of Chase Stew art jes-t-'rday.
Report or Kir Aletainler Campbell, Minis
ter of Justice of the llumlnion Govern
ment, on the Kveiiition of Kiel.
Moxtkf 11, December 3. The Mcir pb
llshed y e-terday afternoon the deft nee of
the Dominion Government on the exectuioo
of Kiel. The document, which coiers five
columns. Is in tlie shajie of a report to tha
Privy Council ny the Minister of Justice,
fclr Alexander Campbell, and reiiews tha
whole subject In an exhaustive manner,
show Ing that owing to the authority of the
I'mn.in Catholic Church In the Northwest
Kiel was not entitled to any sympathy. His
motives weie purely mercenary, he being
willing at any moment to -ell out the Metis
for a few thousand dollars. Tlie question of
his sanity is satisfactorily settled. The re
lrt concludes as follows.
"Guilt of high treason for a second time,
he had no more claim to the Indulgence
-. hie Ii it had been the habit to accord to
political offi inters. But that Is not the most
roioltiiig part of his crime. Voone denies
tint It was he who raised the Indian tribes
of the Northwest and that he had been the
direct cause of the frightful massacre of a
number of persons, among whom two Cath
olic missionaries haie ierished. victims to
savage barbarity. Ask all the pnest, all
the half breeds of the Vorthwe-t who Is the
murderer of I-athers Fafard and Lamarch-
aml. and thei will all reply, Kiel. He alone
had lieen able to js'rstiade the Indian tribe
to rise and he Is respniis b'e firstly and
chiefly for the murders which the rising has
caused. Vow to rai-e tlie Indians is re
garded by fury Goitrninent whlth has
them under its control as a crime which de
series death, for it is a crime against all tho
laws of humanity. Indi in warfare Ik ing a
w ar of extenninatlon w nhout quart, r. with
out mercy for deftncele-s people, foi
women. and (hildien It is thegrt-atet pos
sible outraged! cmlization and a orim.
which falls outside the class of iKilitical
The sultan Gets the 4O.O0O Muskets.
X'ew Yor.K, Decembe r 3. Immediately
preceding the Turko-Kussianivar the Sultan
contracted for a large quantity of rifles to
be delivered by the Providence Tool Com
pany. AH out 40,000 stand of these anus
were delivered, but never paid for. and
owing to the f uliire to get their money the
company went into bankruptcy. The re
maining 40,000 stand were stored in a
BriKiklyn warehouse. On them the com
pany borrowed S17V000 of Drexel, Morgan
A Co That firm reh jH.theeated the ann
to secure themselves, and there haie been
quadrangular suits mer the property ever
since. In which the Sublime Porte, the
I Toi idenco Tool Company, Drexel ,t Mor
gan and a New York City bank haie been
parties. T he Sultan latel v demanded the
deliiery of the 40.000 stand of arms at con
tract price. The tool comjiany refused
shipment until tlie Sultan had reimbursed
them for their losses by reason of the non
fulfillment of the contrict. Sitisfactory ar
rangements in this lesjiect haie now lieen
made, and the arm were taken from the
warehouse and shlpted to Constantinople.
(.ixciN-viTi. December 3. The Inter-
Denomlnafioiial Congress, In thu interest ol
city Evangelization, will meet In this citj
December 7 to 11, lssi. Its purpoe Is to
discuss the evils, and point out the reme
dies, that are threatening our great cities.
It is Intended to make the Congress a per
manent affair and National inter denomi
national in its character. Prominent .IL
naie aec"pteit an ini itatl.m to participate In
the discus-io s of the Congress.
live I'ersons Killed he a Kailroatl Aeei-
IIMIW. Mont. December 3 The fol
lowing iT-orn have U-en killed and injured
b an accident on the Northern Pacific
Kailroad near Missoula. Killed- Michael
Bech, engineer; Ifiii s. Moffa t uieinan,
Thoiiii- Dtiine. brakemvn: Norman Kice,
and M.u Indrew Vitral others were
injun d. some seriously. T he coroner is In
vestigating. l. lei.sf.l it l'rloii-r.
Viii Sii:htviiii, O., December 3.
Flmcr DoiuiiII and -eieral others were
ockeel up T ucd.a night for shifting and
steal ng The Maor bound Donnelly oier
to court bout two o'clock lesftrdai
miming a dozen ni ikcd pals of "the pri--mers
wtnt to thecalalKKi-e and demanded
the keys and released the crovviL
Arre.leil lor 11 Ire-Murder.
Mewxa, N". Y December 3. When
John Miles who lues on Shelby Stret t,
returned to his home yesterday alternoon.
he found his wife, aged fifty eight ears
lying on the tl sir dead with htr thrn.it rut
and --107 stolen. It i- it i-cd tint -he
was mtuileieil Her liu-ci'itl via. ariestetl
for tlie crime.
LATE NEWS ITEMS.
The Improvement In the segar market has
deeded the St Lo Us refining company to
re-open their works.
Bnice .t Col, carnage manufacturers of
C ncinuaii. Ohio, have made an assignment
Liabil ties, 525.0!,0. assets. 512,000.
The Grand Ia!ge F. and 1. M of Penn
silvana. has ilomted 5500 to the Grand
I ' of Texas for the relief of the lire
i lanuer naintsl Fletcher, of Cambridge,
Mass. was swindled out of 5200 at I'luU
delphit a few dtisago. He kindly changed
an alleged 5200 bill w ith the uual result
A Washington special says that the Presi
dent's message is being guarded n ith extra
ordinary care. a it contain si ggestmns
which, if ant cipated, would seriously .affect
finance and trade.
W 1). Kendrtek-. of Philadelphia, has
notified Secretary Manning that he has de
cided not to accept the office of I'niteil
States Shipping Commissioner of the port
of Philadelphia, to which he was recently
The case of John F. Bridgeman l - IL F.
Hall, concerning the title to the otli.-j of
Chamberla uuf Troy, N" Y. wasclo-edon the.
2et Judge lVckham deciding In Ilrulgemans
favor. Hall has been acting Chamberlain
and w ill probabh apjieal
The George Winter Brewing Compani-, of
New York C.ty, has tux ome financially em
barrassed and suits for SsO.OOO haie lieen
commenced against It by creditor- A com
promise of forty cents on the dollar will bo
offered it Is thought. Tli unsi-cureil liabili
ties are 5100,000 and mortgiges -Ji-LOOO.
Goiemor Zulick. of Arizona, reports that
smuggling is freely carried on, without let
or hindrance, eetween Vrizona and thV State
of Sonora, Mex. Ihe prineqial artUle
brought in are liriats made fnim the cactus
and cigirs and cigirettes on which duty
ought to be u!d. and by the smuggling o(
which tho United St ites lo-es man thou
sands of dollars annually.
Illicit stills Clipture.1.
Ditiioit. Mith.. Dec. 3. Internal Kei
enue Collector John B. Maltait'. this city,
tmli laid before the district attorney the
particular of tl.e seizure of another illicit
di-tdleri. fur mile from Aliiunit The
niuliiner I almost new. About twenty
gilloiis of lino liquor were fjiind. The
-till. liquor and all other movable effects
were seiztsl and taken to Port Huron Milo
B Haines, Wil-on Se.iton. Jaints Ha vtltii
md James I. Ash were anc-tetl, llauie
owned tlie 'farm on which the still was
found, nnd his son-in-law, Seaton. lived
Xhw PillL-ini I I'll! 1, O., Dee .), John
liertzig, a farmer, was arrested lesteidjy
morning, cliarged witli carr ing on a iiioom
shining uisllllery. A large stock of brandy
was found in the cellar, which, 'ogtther
ii ith the still, was captured aud brought to
Lile A-theyt ei-poUmuUr of Enon, naa
lathe city today,
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MURPHY tt BRO.
Monday, Dec. 30
We will place on sale some
decided bargains in
Prices will be the lowest
ever quoted for
At special holiday reductions
At low prices.
Murphy & Bro.,
48 & 50 Limestone.!
N. B. We have just open
ed a superb line of Holiday
Goods suitable for Christmas
presents, such as embroidered
and plain linen Cambric hand
kerchiefs, Japan" and China
silk handkerchiefs, gents' silk
mufflers, ladies' mufflers, lace
collars and fichus in Duchesse
and point lace, hand-painted
fans7tfirie"lrostery'' and gloves,
embroidered table covers.
COME AND SEE THEM.
HALLETT AND DAVIS.
The triumph of musical meehaakm
WILCOX AND WHITE
Pronounced by the best jadges m
the Instrument lot only f tke
present, bnt of the ftittire. Iaa
prnrement la It hu reacae4 the
N. 6. HAMILTON & CO.,
No. S KAST MAUf 8TBJCJCT.
Ladles glance In our window Friday and Sat
urday aud see what we have for 19c We
are still selling our b.st shades of
Silk Velvet at 75 cts.
Silk Plushes Only 69c.
KID GLOVES CLEARED,
19 EAST MAIN.
Tlie plale to buy your
Is where you can get the most coal tor the
least money. 1 ou can get more coat of me for
a dollar than any other place In tow n. and you
can get jUsfwhat you order. It you want
Jackson, you can get It; or If you want Dock
ing. Muskingum, icughlogheny or Peacock,
you can get It of me. and If you want anthra
cite coal. I can sell you just what you want,
-pedal attention paid to So cent and ll orders,
and If you want to buy by the car lots, you can
buy of meatbottom prices. Call by telephone
Main Office, HO South Market St.
South Office, 74 East Liberty St.
ORDERS PROMPLY FILLED
And when you fall to get what you want at
other places, remember you can get It of
LEACH, the COAL DEALER.
ROLLER SKATING ACADEMY
Friday and Saturday Sights and Sa'nr-
isaj dsaiuirr, vtc. -t aid O.
Combination, acrobatic and athletic skaters.
periormlnB on skates the same wonderful
teats they have been performing In the rio
. ssst sSI sBk
r.eneral Bonate, the only real lire akattaa
pany la existencenot a "make up" pony, nor
a cMunterfeit, but the genuine article
PRICES 1 aGTcnln rrtnr k4a.ia
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