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H1MHNOFIKLIJ OJIXHK "Vol. VI. XV. ."."..
KPHINUKIKLD KKPUBUOVol. XXXI. Xo. :il I.
SPKI-NGFJELI), 0., WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 9 1885
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Springfield Seid Go
Into the X. E. corner room St. James
Main and Limestone Streets.
No. 35 LIMESTONE STREET,
MUST BE SOLD!
The largest stuck of
1 lowest Iiices
Toys, Games, Baskets, Plusb
Goods, Christmas. Weddini and
Brthday Cirds, Baskets, Gold
Fish, Globes, Pocket Beokt, Cird.
C gar and Cigarotte Cases.
5 and 10 Cent Counters
Containing everything tn
Kitchen Utens'ls, Glass ar, Toys,
Stationery aid Novelties.
We ran. will, and In (act nimt
CI e throe (ioods Oat Before we Motc
Tor wloil urrnnKrt, down to rout.
Springfield Seed Co
Xo. 35 S. LIMESTONE ST.,
fuijroiiila House Block.
1" S Holly In Merry. Mistletoe and Ever
green Festooning. Fresh Cut Flow era Kecelv
IVrsont Tinting Yellow Bprian will Had food
accommodation at the old rcllbl
At rery rewnble rat. Fartlos f amlibod m
House only ono kiobto from dopoC
C R. HITKhTKR. Propri !.
T. J. THOMAS,
IN TQBK BOISE SHEIK Sllf,
Walnut Alley, rear CantnJ Market HanM.
Bpeclal can vlth laaa hoiiai, eolta, triak horaai
konas that InUrfm, ana taaaa kaTtac M all
The dfToand ffr th ImprortKl Vabov k Hamxjv
Tlaoe i no so larc tbal a -conl awlditloa to the
t rtorr bs become .mpTttTe. Io nol inquire one
qnartrr much tontne PUnoe on the prvTaUUnc
ret-pin f Tftem. Commit Catalorve. fr.
l'-)SiTlrtor Oaaiia,i;iar-. ForCAkb,ar
lynw;nU, or KiDteil.
Mason ft Hamlin Organ and Piano Co.,
NTW .ORK ; BOSTON" : CHICAGO.
2-lb. Cans, 40c.
l-lb. Cans, 20c.
13 East High.
J. 3. fXUJFTJEK.
Best GrmmUte4Sa:ar, 7
Sweet Cider, extra fine, per gal. - 40
Rck Candy Sjrap, ... go
Jfaple Sjrnp, - - - 1.35
Bine Flag Golden Sjrup, - - (iO
Eraporated AprlcoU per lb. - -33
Seedles Rabins, - - - 17J
Extra Flae Corrants, - - 15
Best French Prunes, - - -12
Best New Figs, .... 0
Mocha and Jaia Coffee, extra line,
THE annual meetlnc of the itotkhoMrrs of
i. the t-eeond National Hank of irtw;neld.
Ohio, will Itelieldat its liaukiiiK Iliuse on the
12th day of January. 15. Ieteen the hours of
1 and 3 o'clock ii. m.
J. C. UEXXAM.ECK. fashi.-r.
Sprincfleld. 0 lec. . lva. K eod td
f x-Uli,Il'i-s." 3I-ol inyr-
THE annual meetlns of the stiK-kholdersof
the First National l!aiik ! iirliiBtleld, Ohio,
Mill be held at Its Banking House, at - P in..
January 12. lMii. C. A. VllELI'S. Cashier.
epnncneid, u.. i"ec.", iss.,. oena in
to?llioll'i 31-t injr.
THE annual meetlnc of the stockholders of
the Laeouda National Hank, for the election
or directors, will he held at their Hanking
House, corner Main and .Market streets, on
i Tuesday. January 12. lsso.heteen the hours f
'Sand 4 p. m. I. r. JEKKEUIES. Cashier
tiprini;fleld, 0.. Dec,", lss3. V,eodtd
I ?tM,ltllIllr. 3IM'lillT-
THE annual meetlnc of the stockholders of
the :?pn"i:neld National Hank, for the elec
tiouof directors, will he held at their HankiiiK
House on Tuesdaj, January 12. lVt, between
the hours of "2 and 1 p. in
F.b. 1'KXKIELD, Cashier
Sprinsfleld. 0 Dec V. lssA. V.eod td
Mail filter Nutloiml ll.uik of sj.rnnllilil.
The annual meetlui: of the stockholders of
the Mad Klter National Hank of tpriuzSeld,
Ohio, for the election of IMrect-ors. will !
held at Its bankinc house on Tuesdaj, the 12th
dayof January, A. I. ls,;, between the hours
of 10 a. m. and 4 p. m Tikis. K. M' iluku .
HtolfIill'i-". 31 c-tiiiii-.
The annual meeting of the stockholders of
theltepubltc l'rlntiui; Company will beheld
on Jan. 11. lv. at 7:.tfi o'clock, p. m.
.Vieodtd A. S. IIL'SHNEI.L. President.
The civpartnershinheretof ore existing under
the firm name of V. II. Iloucka. pons, brick
manufacturers, stands dissolved from and
after the 15th day of N'o ember, lssj. by limita
tion. The firm will be known In the future as
W. II. llouek A ban. Y. V. Honck r.tlrlnj;.
G'AND PULLMAN PALACE CAR
Excursion leaves Cincinnati December l"th
for Los Anseles and ;un Francisco. Hound
trip first-class tickets, good six months, only
SI20O. Cheap one-way California Excursion
every month. Maps and circulars free.
X. It. WARWICK.
131 Vine et- Cincinnati. O
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W. II. Vanderbilt Suddenly Passes Away
at Hi3 Home in New York
City of Apoplexy.
The fw tif MI l-ath 'rfntel V
fminit s-ntioii, Iml It l ( !.
1 1. ,,.! Tlirtt it Will llttti Miiy
KtTect in the MHrket.
1IIi .riIEN IFMIF..
X w Yoitk. lVeomt't-rW U illinm II Vnn
lerMH (liinl at hi liumt In thl ctlj. of ao
1'W'xj. jcstcnlay aftt-rnoon t :. .t o'clock.
Thrm'WHof his smMcn dtaatli cmit.M a
iirofoiin.l -t'natfon tlinuphout thp citj.an.l
a MHtn a the rtiinoiuicfincnt tnii'lo tlio
nowspair (hou att.l nther now" ntor
wore iK'-iomM by anxiou- Ititiufrer, clamor
ix: furdrtaM .V report t r who catltM at thn
hnue hortlr aftikr the aA m'w Ihthiiip
pulilip fnun.l tlio linup tfjrhtl cIoM
np.iintall if tor except the relathes ami
niO'.t int miito rnoml tf the Itunlly All
effort to tiVAin IetHiN xi re futilo All that
coiihl Imj learned was that the mlllloua to
had udtlenly paeI rhu,
Tlio new did not reach Wtl Street until
lonjr niter tlio tock market had tloel It
tlrst reached the "Mreel In the -liuix of a
rumor, and the broker a d hut little atten
tion to It .Man of them laughed utri:ht.
and a'd that It a rati er late for M ck
Jobb nir canard", to le t oatinr artund. a t o
udrantauo umld aeiriie to the r pmatt r
tnce I uine aotr fortheila
All doubt a et at ret about foiiro'c lock
when it wa amuiurut .1 that ex-IVi-tiua-ler
General Janic, of the Utuitlu National
Hank, and othf r prom ni-nt men In batik'ntr
circlet, had liein appiiMMl of r V under
bilt's death 1 Hciul ine-"eiijrer- -ent lnm
the Vanderbilt mun-iou MiortH after t' e
fotlonliiK' uuuoiiiieeiuent wa- printed mi the
ta of the tnek indleator-i
"WtiHum H undt'r.nlt dietl -uddenlx at
bin resilience at 3..at p m "
NotHith-ttindliiff th"t contlrmntorv .tate
nientt in iu) ot the more i on&erxat xo
lmk r- weie not quite uti-tied mid liitfr r d
In the xicin t of the.r oihie await njr tur
ther dexelopineiitH. Aimuijr (ither 1 i
xt re ea.let upn for the purpose tf xenf
fiiir the tuii.ouncement. a lu.or ira-e
W h n miet oned at to the pntabl e1 ct
on the -took in.trket todav. -exural proiul
iient broker expreed the !! et that lr.
auderb It death uouhl hae but tiit'o
etleet on valtu One bioker -a d " on
inai t-nU 1) f-n that tin new- utlllaxe but
little effect a- I know of mvown kmwIcli:o
that Mr auderbdt had but 1 tile ulci t n
the market Although a meinNrof avti
ibtate fomieil lur the purHtn of -uta.mnf;
prite- In c rtain einerweuot" In ititeiM
wi'if "such that he had but tittle to te.ir.
exenlnthe ca-e of a dftdut'ou of that
-J iiiltoatt I think the matktt wilt rodowii
at the opennir. a the beat- im' bound to
hammer the ht but there Jrrc xet emnikh
ot capitali-t- on the strtct to Milum tlio
nirirktt it tht re wen ten an lerbilin dead,
orttouliNe ther '
Mr aiitlerMlt was the oldest sun of the
late Commodore auderbilt Me wa-t txun
at the -uimmer residence, of his father. Nc
ltruuwick. X J., and after an en client and
practical education at olumtoa ( lletru
t.rammur -thool he eiueied. In hJi e rh
tetnth j ear, the tinancial hou-e of I'rew,
Itobinon to., of till citj where he ex
hibited such Industry and executive ability
that upon the expiration of two uar$hc
gs otleresl a partnership In l4l lr Van-derblltmarTledill-KI-ain,
a New ork clerfrx man and a ( hritian lad
of sierUnfroualitlc and attainment Krom
till-, union Lu -prunff nine children, elrht
of whom are still lUirik'.
Mr. Vanderbilt w a last eeu In public at
the MetroiKdltan Opera lloue lat (Nines
day nlrht at the tlrst reception or the Vueen
of Sheba. Iletaxedtbnuph onI one act,
however, and when he left the opera hou-e.
it was noticed that he apieared comewhat
weak HI enfet bletl condition has recently
caused much comment amonjr his friend.
Hit phy-Jcal Mcns of lad njr health wero
noticeable Last week be deeded to hi son,
Geortre Vanderbilt, hi larmat "tattn lt3rd,
which Included 4"0 acres of land at New lorp
Mr. Vanderbilt aroe)ptcrila mornlnff fit
his usual hour, and at breakfast ?cuicd to
the memt-ers of his familv. Jnu-.t of whom
were prec..t, to teln his u-ual health and
In a more than usually hupp frame of mind.
At v .it he bad h' customary morn hit con-
creation with he- on and hi private i e
retao At eienno cloikjie ent for Hon.
Chauncey M. I p-v-, I're-ldentof the New
York Central Hailroad syttm. but that pen
tleman had to attend an Important confer
erne in connection with the t hoto
Kailioad iopert and could not respond at
once to the summons Mr limit rbilt.
tberefore. ent word to Mr lpcw to meet
him at one o clock and tlu n lolt the hou-o.
He went to the otudio of the culJtor J ).
A. Hanl, In the Itible Houe building, w here
he sat for a bronze but or hlmelt which ho
had eonentod to have executed for tlio
Xew York College of l'hjsiclan and ur
jreons. to which In-titution he retentl jraxu
pnjH.rt alued at half a million dollars
AiKmt niKin Mr. Vanderbilt returred home
and at li-'l partook of a heartv luncheon
with hi familx During this meal he chatted
cheerfully with thoo antund him After
luncheon he proo-ed to take a dne As
heuppetd this, hi private crctar Mr.
ltobert Garnttt, who was iu tbeiibar with
him. noticed a sudden twitching at the cor
nertt of Mr. Vanderbilt lips In an Instant
he tottered and would have fallen, but Mr.
Garnett caupht him and uppoitel him o
that he reached a sola, upou which he fell
unconscious Iho familx phjslcian wan
ha-tilj -cut for and came at once but when
he arrlxed Mr. Vanderbilt wa dead Tlio
phxbicfan pronounced the caue of d ath to
have been apoplexy, thouirh it i pntbablo
that to tatlfy the natural de-Ire of the fam
ily for more ah-olub information on this
point, an autopy will be held
The troke wa o suddenand unexpected
that no int tut er or his family except his
wile was able to reioi.d to Mr. t.anutts
summousin lime to bo prcent when Mr.
Vanderldlt tireathed his last. UN mhi Ceorjo
was the xiejtt to t nter the room, qtiickH I ol
lowed bv the other con and dauirhts rs who
y wre in the houe. The xarbiu rehtt.x.
by marriage, living in the eftj, were aleo
summoneit. and -ooti mado their app arauci
attbebtutely mauion, now the alwde of
A tho news of Mr. Vanderbilt death
spread a crowd pat tiered on the s dewalk
optwsite the houe and pa-ers-b topp1l
U learn the newt and to snzv up at the
windows. All who ventured to seek n
tranco from motives of cur osity or in tho
legitimate iuet of news were referred to
( hauuce M. Uejew for Information and ad
uuttance was denied in all Hve member, of
the family or Mr. Vaudorbllt iuot lntimaio
Mr hepew was Us cped at his residence
by re'torlcr. ti utiom ho ivHdit sraxo tho
infonnation in hs m.s-o-s.ou Alt r con
firm in jr the foieKoin aciouut of lr au
derbilt edcuth, Mr. IH.pew Mil 1 (t is .no
to sa that William II Vanderbilt wa the
richest man in the world. He had made
3uite as much monej since his futhcrs
eath a wa b(iueathed to him '
M lien aked to trite the xalueof Mr Van
derbilt' pose"ion. Mr. Iiepew replitil:
'Nobody can do that, but It wa luanj mill
ion Keferrinjr to the personal character
istic of the maiixithwhom he wa mi Inti
mate. Mr leiew atd "Mr Vnnderbilt
never talked ot death, and 1 amqu te cert a u
that he had no premonition that the cloc f
his life was near I have alrcad.v btard it
altered that the n-cenl convejHiKe .f et
tenive properties on Matt n Island to his -on
fieorpe was made by Mr. Vandt rbilt bet-ausn
of a tn'l ef that he was likelj to die -oo .
tuit I know that no idea of that kind utt nil
into the tran-actioii It wa an act that hi.d
lout? Utn contemplated and for which
there were abundant fam h and prudent al
reason The n was never buy weuk-
ninjf of hir mental tiii ultic. and up to the
vtr moment that he toll upon the t-ain
in hitud ho was fu full po-t-c-e on of hII
his mental and phjsicial ctienpth If ever
ileath cause to auv man who!l without
warn up. it came o to h m, uud et -o
tin trough were hi- mithods thut It s -afe to
sK.v that his affair re left in uch ierlect
hape that there will be no trouble tr 1 tipa
t on in their Pi ttlement lean sate abo
lutely that theie will t' no chance in the
tnaniifremeut d th New York t intra I Hail
road jjtem 'I he pi eat bulk of Mr auder
bilt "wealth wa in the hape ol railroad ,
stock V ih the except on of his 1 Jfth -uue
lransion and the Mateu Iland farm he
owiud little rial e-tate, and hi personal
property mji.ii u work, of an. etc . w r
not of n marltHblti i ecuniary value thom h
of pre at worth from the art- lo point of
tIcw Heposes-til some of the ttnntet
Work-ot the modern hchotd of pa in nc
and -culpture. and freqiieutlv opened his
vailener to the pcneral jmblic."
Two Store Vtrtiiits t Crtit m Aqurduct.
MlhuittV i'uiiNtR, N Y , Decomber "
Two more' victims new added totheIIt of un
fortunate who have met the r death t the
new CVoton aiiieluct works at this plate.
Itoth werem-tautl killed je-ierdav morn
iDir wh ioat work near the head of the tun
nel oqe of them it, Herbert KHrmfiiptnu a
voiinp mail, and the manner of his drain
wa most horrible. He had jut d see tided
shaft No 4 and xr.i prepar mz to po to uork,
wheuahupi trapmetit of rofik. beuommfr
ii'taehed from tno roof or tht tuiitit fci
uiii In head crushinjr him info a Eilaiiele
ma The rock weighed lull siv hundred
nouiidb, uudwheii temoviil reveabd aphat
U and i. kuij ii!? l'i tnele The unfortiinato
man' head khs erubed to a Jelh and every
bone in his bod was broken The other
victim met his d?Vii In tho tunitel at tho
po'nt known as 7erc;witbln a short dlManeo
Of Croton l4iku. His name has not bepn ai
re rtaliied mm
,Dr, J. J. "r"throw, of Boston, has been
I elected to pitJi the sermon before the net
meeting of the American Board at Des
I Moines. Jtnih of sermon not limited.
LATE NEWS ITEMS.
llrnrr Carpenter Keee ver nt Public
JIoIievat Kurt kit. Nev In.. gut 1
llenrj A Newiiimi .f Mi-oun. ha been
Hppouiteil a t-pet ml a.ent for timber depre
dations , the LamlotVe.
Htiin H Carpenter if llllnof Im been
appo.ute-t private secretarv to the lotntiii
sionerof the (.. m ral Land Office
iOvernor Hill, of New York, has dented
the appl.i alien for the extradition of
1 nomas Mitchell, wanted atJerev City, fur
The committee of citirn who were ap
pointed to Hid in the eeremonies t the ap
proachmfi itnupuralof doveruor 1'oraker
have decl leil not topive an inaupural ball.
Theflf tii annual Conpre of the Confed
eration of Idilior, rcpreentlnp 2u.i wnrk
inen. aeinbUfi at Wa-hiupton xetenlay.
ronifre-miin loran, of Ohio, addreel the
In Northileld. Harre and Moretown. Vt on
the "th. the thermometer reached rnurtiii,
eeventcen anil eiphtee-n depree below icro,
repertliel In the neiphlerhool of I'os
ton It ranpeil from rive to ten above.
Judpe lluxter vesienlay removed General
r 1'ea-efrom the leceivershipof the Oleic
land A Marxtta Railroad be-cau-eof di-crlm-Inatton
uifarorof tin- Mandartl Oil Com
pany Gem ral A T W y koff was nppolnti!
iu hi tead
The directors of the American Association
of Hao Hall Clubs rm t at I'hiliub Iphfa on
the Mh. The as-ociat on revokeil the fran
ehleof the Metropolitan Club, of New York,
and admitlc 1 to mcmlershlp the National
t luti. of ahinpton
James K lleeve. rreldent, calbsl the
American Health Conprc toorderatWah
inptoti, yestenlar tnoriiinp everal ml
dit si , wen made Includuip one bi Senator
Harris, of Teuueee. and ono by Coupress
iimii I teach, of New York.
The members of the I.vnn, Ma, Shoe and
I eather As-ocla'ion have accepted the
propo-ifion of the Knlphls of Labor to set
cle tlie que-tion at issue bj arbitration. It
J probable that the Imanl of arbitration
'ill ttv Imimiliaiel appoinleil.
Tlieelepant resilience of Hon. S I Houpt,
at Hndlav, onlo, caupht tire from a defective
Hue on the 7th and wa n total Uv- Most of
the furniture was r-aveil b the heroic
effort of ttremen who onl prevented a
g-enent! conffapratloti bj the mot btrenuou
Thejurj In the WIon-Moen case, at Ho
V'ti. rejMirteii vestenla that the were un
able to apreej uimiii a verdict Judpe Nelson
.cfued to di-eiiarpc them, and they were
sent hacji for further delibenitlou Tliree
hour larer the apaln r ported a disapree
metit and were dfseharred.
Karlv je-tenlav inorii'iip a lire broke out
In the Itiiv Holler Hour mill, at Mllwaiikc e.
Aneiplosuin followed wreckfnpthe buildlnp
and seriously injurinp eertl Hremeii The
tire spread to the Km pi re mill and hi a short
t me both structures were a mas ot ruins.
I.o-s ?."iK4i. parttaitv Insured
lter the adiournuient of the New York
A. New Kupland Hailntad tockhoMers'tneet-
Inp at Ho-ton la-t evemnp. the newlj elect
d'rei t(tp iiM-t ait'l orpauled by the -electl
of Mr Hart as vice pn dent Mr. larke
will be re elect" 1 to the presidency a soon
as his receivership shall have been ui
charped Much excitement was created at Princeton
( ollepeon the th ovt ra well authenticated
report that Hex- J O Murray. Iau of the
Kacultv had tetidereil his resignation, to
take effect Januarv 1 Hr Murray has been
one of the nio-t iopular officers the col
lepe ever had and Ills retirement will be
Mr. Wllllum i: Kor-der. late Oilef Secre
tary for Irc'and. and niembt r-elect for
Hradford. ha had a relape at Kon'uay, In
I)exonhlre. where lit went for the benefit
of hi health a feu wtk apo. He is con
lined to his be-d. and hi condition I con id
ered o critical that his relative have been
Aftr-exentx tw4daxof contlnement In
theeouutv jh1, at Man- tie Id. Ohio, on the
charpe e.f the munler or Clara Meh-i
Houph. Jamt U'iuau and Jidm Cnuier havo
In en relea-el. the prand jur haxinp Jailed
to 11 nd an Indtctmeut Thl. leave the mur
der of the poor pirl till nhroiidei) iu tho
deejnst ni)tery with no hope of a -peedj
The nepot atfnu for settlement of the
quetion nr inp our of the S rv fanllulpa
nan war aie mce--ar 1 low. but nce tho
I'orte has con-euted to re-eitul the appoint
inent of a Governor General for Kutnella
there I- no vorx alarm up feature In the
situation at present and Hie pi neial nope Is
ertertalned that thi power will be able to
brlnp aUuit a iat -laetory settlement aud
Tf-rl ihrentaiiplement of Hu a and Aus
tria which at one time -eemid imminent
The lew,, -t on-of !: N Mark A Co . 1OT
daui tn 1 1 h cao. wa t ntered by
burpiars on the n pht of the ft h. the vault
dr lied, the -Mile brok n open and watehe-,
and dhinionds valuisl at from ) to $hM4,
carrbsl off The job wa mo-t cleverlv done
5o lar there - im clue to the thievis ev
eraldetic live have been put to work on the
cne and b"o t-xamine-l the scene of the
robbcr. but -eem to be thonuphI baffled
I-m at Greenitnnt. L. I . on the Mh de
stroied the bulldinps occup(ed by Carmen,
I'earall A to. furniture dealer. WilPHtn
Marlow A Co hanlware. and the GreeniHunt
J-rt inir lisnk The furniture -tore and the
liank btiim nj were owntsl tix rark (ommi
sfoner ?mith vhoe loe is about J-iO-J
OaniM n. Peaisall A Co lo on stock 1-e-t!mated
at 51 o-n. Marlow's at tl.V") ami
the lo-s to the bank at f.J.wi.
Oonprc-Mrian Caunon. of Illinois, ha jiro
cun.il fnm the Intel Ir Hepartment a Iit ol
the apjHifntee ccnd.ted to that Mate and
appoinled to office in the Interior Hepart
menf sinci the 4th of last March The list
liepin with Counm om r Hlaek and con
tain-thirtx three names, nil of whom have
1 e n appointed outside of elvil ervlcelaw.
This -how inp is leiranled bv Hepubllcan as
pood e Heme that llliuoi. at any rate, ha
not Nen ncptected and that the admini-tra
tion ha iu a quiet wai be n makinp more
chanpe than i pent rail) uppoed
News come from 'Sanderson's Crolnp,
hix mile-we-t of Hale ph. N C.of a hock
iitp affair in-tueen I wn Mer named Mary
and Jane Hesl lnlonuinr to a respectablu
fam h Marv the elder had tieen courte)
bi a man fi mieil Trout who tranf rred his
affections to Jane Iji-t ruudav eveuinp,
while Jane and lnut wire -ittlnp toprther.
Man tlreil a shot pun throuphthe window at
them. The dicharpe -trmk loth. killlnp
Jane and iiiortaM woundinp Trout Tlie
munlere mounted a hore he had saddles 1
and rode-aw ay and has not since been heard
Tlie lift j firt annual dinner of the M,
Nicholas ocb t occurred on the evenfnp of
theTth, the pn sident I oreelfu Vanderbilt,
preidinp 1 he quaint proce-sion ef the
tew an! eon tuctinp in tlie weathercock
which ahinptou Irvinp pre-entol to the
society when he wa cho n its tlrt presi
dent, then appeared A pajlv attired
trumpeter, follow iil b four colorel men
equally lirilliant. mandied in, one of the bit
ter beannp aloft the bird on a pike -taff
The health of l're dent CleveJan.l and Gov
ernor Hill wasilrunksiaudlnpand In silence.
A pecial from 1'aso Iel Norte. Mex . als.
rhould Goii7ale prexa 1 upon Dfa to acc pt
Hiva a the administration candidate for
the Goiernor-h p it will jrecinltnto a local
rerolutii n Goiuale i quoted a amp to
a friend that be was d'putel with inditics
and (in blic life and dflrod to travel He has.
In fact, forwn-d(d his res'pnatfon to the City
of Mexico, cond'tlonal that he max nam
his suect ssor UN pruemll Ud'eveil that
he defre to xUIt the Onited State and
I.urone to look after his investment! Iu
KIntora1e pieparat on are makinp for the
dinner to be pixeii to Hot ert Garrett and the
ex ecu t ix i committee of the Iltltfmore Ji
Ohio Itailro.id ompani. on Thurdai next,
b Kia-tu- i man and hi as-octate on
Maten Island Fourw re are bet up carried
Into the Pax I on Hole at New Hr phton and
circuits will be worked at vitt. north and
south Pour Meiioprapher are to relieve
ach other and to dictate to four tv po
w riters, w hi w ill make dupl cate v erbatnu
repitrts of the pnueedlnirs and bv ditrct
mi a-enper And a -pt c al boat send them ri
Ni'A York ( ill t the local pre- aud fosdi
tribut on throughout the country b tely
The. hort ape in the account of John H.
Mannlx ol i inciiiuati. a-ipnee of Arch
bishop Puiteil, In i reatel a preat deal ol
talk and p c i at on, but theonl) thmpdefl
nitelj known, a jet t-that Mr Mauuix in
le-ted -onie of the tiioue in outhern rail
road-toek that th htck took a tumble,
that he thn attempted to repairthe Ions by
luve-tmeiit iu Pat rn railroad tock. with
turthi r lo.i's unt 1 tlnalh he found hun-ell
a lo-er lo the amount ot J o.min. Mr IL U
ittiedpe ha- been n tamed as eoun-el foi
the bond-men, laiid he will proceed to mako
an inve etipat on Tin tion makes hi in
practieatlv thouiPito and creditors wilJ
deal with h m instead of Mr Mannlx. The
latter den.e- thar he ever -aid that the Judp
of the Probate Court lot 1 adv Utd him to li
X la outheru ruilroad tink
Oyster- ( hup r.
Staialanl. in hulk. J.. ier quart: S.11I1II1-
rtx'k hraiul, ''Ue'. -r qitart; l tlie pillon,
St per isillou, for the tulattiv .f the iiisoii,
nt C, W. ,4nierA0, Wet .Maliitrcvr,
Oble I'ulk- oiii.rt.
The ladies of. the Soeotnl l'reslijterian
ehiiit'liMill haeuet TrHlay attenuMmand
evpiiimr, Iec. 11. In the duircli parlors, a
ah' (if tane aitich. drenMi! dolls, home
inade candy, et.T. Til') will al-o hae an
auction a!e of lunch basket in tilt' even
int; ffoin U to p 111. flit
Tho nieinUrk of the Foraker Clnh are
reiiietl to meet at the oHlct- f (1.
lK-uwell, Kmi., Wetineday eenlnir. Dec.
('th, ISS5, at 7 o'clock, hurp, llu.ino of
IiiilHirtance to be attended to. I.et, all be
present without fail.
0. Morgan, Secy.
President Cleveland's Discussion of the
Leading Topics of General
Tlie nrloiiSj Topic lk-iu-0! erj Cully
anil Frly The Pie-ldent'
ldatis 4 01111111111 i Hied
I i nipre-
Y Tin xtrv(rt.
ViiiiGT, December It, .sl'i. The fol
lowlnp ne e fnim the Pres'dent wa rw
ceiiotl and nd iu tonpre-. vesicrday:
To the Oonpr of the Tinted M ite:
Your a-embl ts eloudttil by a sense of
pub.tc bcreivx ement cauKl b the rec nt
utid -ud ten qath of Thomtis V Hendricks,
Mce Presuloat of flu i 11 ted Mates Hi
dl-tmju hedf puld c si n .ce. his eomplet1'
inteprty amfdevoi on to e very duty, and
his pergonal! i.rtue will find honorable
record in h 1'ouutr. s history Ample and
rcpi atiil proixsof thee-teeui andcuiildence
in n li t li im wo held b tin tt How eouutry-
min wen linn feti I bv Ins 4 lei tion to
o(h es or the In o st iuiHirittnr trust anil hiph
et dlpii'ty, asjd nt length foil of y ear and
honors, lie h.if been laid at rst amid miner
ea' sornw arifl tvene-l et 011
The ont jtiition whfi h require thosi
cln -mi to lepifla-e forthepei)le toanuiirtlli
meet m tue dkcharpe of the r -olemn trust,
uisore in res Jho I're dent t 1 ptve to ton
-res info 1111C on of the -tale of the Onion
and reeoumiejad to the r con-.derat'ou such
liieasine a ho hall deem neci'arv and
e xpeilicnt t,the threshold of a compllanee
w th the-e coiuritiit'onu) dinetiou-. It Is well
for u to bearlu-miitd ttiat our ut fulness to
people s intcrf-ts will tie promoted by a eon
stwnt appreeiatinu of th stope and charac
ter of our re 'et xe duties as they relate to
I edernl lepiHjation While the Kxecutlve
may n commeji J such measure a he shall
l 'otnetpcjie; t. the repon bil tv for lep s
lativo action 1 ut aud should rest upon those
seiecuii oy in people 10 make tneir laws
1 cntc.np.ati nof thepraveand reponl
bio function aipne,l to the exicutivH
br inches of th flovcinnicnt umlort'ie Con
stitution will , -close the partitioiHof power
iK'twe-cii our reie ti departments an 1
their ueccseiry ludepe-i I n , and uiso the
iiesi for th'oxend-cof a I the jumer en
tril-tesi lo eahltithat -p r t of comity an 1
ei-oierntioi ilch is essential to the pnHr
fulmiiii'-nt of i1h patriot e b! pit ions which
iet up)Ti us u faithful -erv airn of the p o
ple 'I hi- ic ibuis watchfu'in of our eon
t-tit iieu ies, prrat an t mh ill. Mipplement
their -u'Tnipi h. and In i.re the tribun il they
i".tibli-li exerj public servant should tie
It i- pnit.f ipx to aiinotiiu th it the rela
tion of thi Oil ted Male w- th all foreipu
power continue l Ik fneudl,' OurtMi
lion afte- ni rh a cent ir. of sueces-ful
coiitiitulMiual poxeruinetit the maintenance
of pi m hi luiitin ml our eiipaemetiis, the
avn '1 nice of , npl 1 at 1011 with other im
t ons an I o i-"-tent Hiid amicable attitude
ton tod th'- -lions and weak alike, furn h
pro f of u po'llicald pu t 011 which render
P oie- 011- of pooil will mini etar There
un' i'i 'iic iiii of difficult, peiidiup with
u it ioreipu povernnieut
The rpent lie GoveriiMieut ha revived
the im - doimaut que-l'im of the Falkland
I-'nnd In 1 Inhniiip from the Oi.ftesl State
indenin t for the r loss attributed to the
a ttou r tae ouiui itider of tli -loop of war
L'T lU'tnn nbreak.npupa p ratical colony
on tho-e i-lanj 111 J.si. and their ube
oui'tit oceiipufon byt.re.it llrtam In view
o' tlie uinple Jiis'lll at on for the act of tha
LennptoTt. an I the dr ndict condition of the
b fore and after the r al'eped ikcu
ftv Arpentine coUnii, this Govern
ins der the claim as wholly ground
p it or.
no nt '
The claims of e tien of the On ted State
for lo-s s by reaoa of the late m litarv ope
ration of Ch b hi 10111 an 1 Hoi v a are the.
kiib'taCt of nepot ation for a el urns conren
tion with Chd provid up lor thersubms
Min to arbitra' on The hirmaiy of our
relatior with chini is fullv u-ta ned in
tho a pp. cation of the act latelv passed to
eie-ute the treaty of li, re-trietlve of the
Imunpration of Ch.neM laborers into the
On ted Mate Individual ca-o of hanisilp
have occurred lHyoad the pow-erof tbo Kx
ecut ve to reined f. and i-ulllnp for judicial
dctermin it on. 'Tlio olut on of tho Chinese
question In th Un tel Mate and Terri
lar from hemp atfactorv. The re
tent outbreak In Wyoin up remtorv. where
numbi'rs of unoTenl nr Ch nimorr. indls
;m'ablv vv thin the prot ( on of the treat e
and the law were Hiiinb-re.! by a mob an 1
the t ii nit ire recent thrmtened outbreak of
the same chai'ieter in Uash nton Territory,
are ires'i irthein nl of a'l and there I
npprehen on lest the b tt rnes of fi eling-npa-n-i
the Monpid an ra -e on the Pacine
Ioe ma, tlud vent in sun lar law !e
demonstnit on. All the power of th Gov
eminent -hoiitd be exerted Hi nuinla'ti the
ninp'e-t pool fa th toward ilina mthetreAt
ment of the-e men an 1 Vie inflexible stern
ne of the law m br.n.r'u; the w roup doer
toju-tice -hould bit ms sti-l upon Kverr
effort ha been made bv th Governtneni to
prevent thce violent outbreik an I to aid
the repn'-i nt it v es or I lima in ther investi
pat on or the-e t.utratres an 1 it is but Just to
a that they are tract able to the lawle-ne-s
of men notviitenof tn Omtisl Mate, en
pnptsl in competition wph Chinese lalxrers.
Hace pn'Judice 1 tho chief factor in oripinat
Inp the- di-turbanc an I ft exist In a
lirpepirt of our domain, jeapanliz up our
domestic peace and the pi id rc'iition-htp we
strive to miintaln with hina Tin admitted
ripht of H.povernme'iit to prevent the influx
of element hostile to its internal peace and
securlty may not he que-tiotitl even when
there 1 no treat v -tlpul it ion on the -ubject.
That the exclusion of t hme-e latmr is de
maudetl in other emu trie where like condi
tion prevail is oronrry evidence I in the
iNnnfnionof (nnda where bine itnuiipra
tion is now repiilatel by law more exclusive
than our own.
If ex -t up laws are in adequate to compas
theculln,veu I had be pnjiared to pixe
earnest consideration to any further reme
dial incisures within the tre ir Inn ts uh.ch
the wisdom etfCourcMS imj der o
Itl IIM X XTril IM XTION.
The .nterpntat on of our e t up trcatU
nf irituriliar on bv Germany dump the
ta-t xeirtiit ifricet uttunt on b. reason
01 an Rpnaient ten b'lisr on the iurt nf thn
Impi rial poveriimnif to extend the scope of
he res dent al restriction to which return
Inp natural ed c tizen of Germ in oripln.
ire a-srrted to he liible under the laws of the
inpin- Hie temperate and iut att tude
taken bv th Government w ih repan! lo
thi cla-s of quest um w ill doubtless lead to
ft atifacton u iderstand tip
The di-puio of i.ermanv aud pa n relative'
to the doin 11 it on of the Carol ne Island
bas attrittcn the atteutioa or tin-Govern
metit by reason of exten-ivo interests of
American cit zeii huvtiipprown up In those
part dump the pit thirty ear. and be
(aue the qiie-t-ou ef ownersh p involve
the JiinMiet mi of mittors a.Tetinp the
htatusof mire tien und -r civil and er in
Inal law W'h Nt -tan I np whollv aloof from
the prnpriet try "-in s rai-el between
power, to b tth of wh.ch the Ouitisl Mate
an fr endlv. th Government expect, that
110th up in the pre.-ent coiitcntloti shall un
favorably affen-t our oitizei: carrying on a
neacetul co.nmcrce. or there domiciled and
has so informed the poxernuieuts of Spain
In the Terrtnrv of Otah thelawoftha
On ted Mate pa ed for the unpres on o
polypainy has Iieeti eiierpeticaUy and faith
fully executed dump the past year with
measurably pood results A nuinberof con
rlction have leeu -et ured for unlawrulco
hahitatlon, and in tjuic cases pleusorpullty
have twen eutenn and shpht pi.r.i-lniH'Hi
Imposed upon a pmm so bv the accued that
they would not npuln offend apa nt the law,
nor adv -, counsel, aid. or abet In anv way
its rfnlation by either. Tho Otah Com.
mis oners express the onln on, basted upot
sucn information a they are able to
oh la n, that but few polvpumou marrlapea
have taken plato In the Territory
dunnp the la-t year They further report
thHt while there can not bo found upon th
rcpi-tnition b-t of voters the name of a mar
He tually puf lty of poly pamy. and w tide nont
of that ela-s are holdmp office, vet at the
last election in the Territory all the officers
elected, except iu one county, were men
who, thouirh not actually hvlnp In the prac
tice of pul pamy. subscribe to the doctrine
of polypamou marnape as a divine re.
elation and a law unto all, hfphcr and mom
Dinuiup upon the conscience than any
human law loca or national. This is the
straupu spo inele present -d ot a com
imniitv prote ted bv a republican form of
pnveriuneiit to whifti the owe atlcpiance
utaiuiup by their uffrape a prin
ciple and a belief which ets at naupht that
oblipatiou of absolute obedience to the law
of the land which lies at the foundation of
republican institution Tlie Mrenpth. the
perpetuity, and the det n of the Nation
re t upon our home, etah!Nhcd by the law
of God. puaided by parental care repulated
oy p (rental author ty. ami aiict!ned bv pa
rental love Thc-e are not tho bombs of
polypamv Tho mother of our land, who
rule the nation as th mold t he character1
and puid) tho action 4)f their sons. Hveac
corulnp to God s holy orvllnance. and each,
cecuroanl h.ipnv in tho exclusive love ot
the father of herchUdreu sheds the warm
light of true vvomanhood unpreverted and
unpointed upon all within hr pure
and wholesome fain ly circle. lhei are
not thecht erle-s, cru-hed, and unwomaulv
mothersof polypamy The father of our
lamd esare the bet citizen of the Hepublic,
wile and children are the source- of patriot
fs:u, and ooniupal and parental n flection
bepet deeoiioti to country The min who,
iiidenli d wiih plural tniirrlape. U surround
ed in hi siiipie home with hi w fo and chll
druu, has a ktake lu tho oountrv which in
spires Ii'm with respect for ft, law andcour
po for Its defenso TlK'e aro not tho fathert
of polypamou fatniliei There is no feature
of thi practice, or the system which sanc
tions it, which Is not opposed to all that is of
value In our institutions.
There should bo no relaxation In tho firm
but just execution of the law no In opera
tion and I should bo triad to approve such
further discreet legislation a will rid the
counter of thU hint unon tta faU" ffttua
since trie people upn. itiitip poiypamy in our
Territories are reinfercd by lmmlpratloo
from other land. I recommend that a law
bo passed to prevent the Importation of
Mormon into Oils countrv
the n t xl M'rtvte r
The affair of the po-tal -ervlce an exhil
lted by the report nf the postmaster General,
which will te laid lie fore you The postal
reve nue who-e rates of pain upon the rising
Iirusperlty of ! and lci outstripped th?
ncrea np eiperi-o of our prow inp service,
wa eheckt-d by the reduction in the rate ot
letter postitpe, which took effect In the be
pinninpof October in the latter year, audit
dimin shed dunnp tin two past tNtalvenr
MTwym tn the pnq.ort on of $-',-TH.
iO) in 14 to fWii In 1av
Natural prowth and development have
meantime Inert a-e I expuidtiire resulting
In a detlciencv in the rexenui to meet the
expense of the department of Ave and a
quarter million of dollars for the year IM
andelpht and a th nl million on the la I
flsetil ve ir The anticipated and natural re
vlval of the revenue ha- Iwen oppressed and
retanled bv the unfavorable bus nes condi
tion of the country of which the po-tul ser
vice N a faithful nd . ator The pratlfyinp
fait is shown, however by the report that
our returnInppros.erity i marked bvapain
of fr.m In the revenue or the lattor half
of tlie Iat T ar ov er the 1 orreiondinp
period f the pre ccd HP vear
The chanpe 111 the hi pht of tlrt cla-mat
ter.whnli m iv I earned forastnirle rale
of postape from a half ounce to an ounce
and the rcduetun by one half of the rate ol
nensjiapi r pott ape win h under recent lep
Nlitlon b pan w th the current vear. will
operate to re-tratu the aupuii utatlon of re
ci ipt which otherwi-t m pht have lcen ex
jiecled to uch adepree that thecaleof ox
pen-e may pain upon Ihe revenue and caue
anltureaed dettc 4 ncy to Ik- hown at ftl
close, y i-t after so lotip a p rtoil of awakened
prosnenti. by projKT economy It I conn
dently anticipated that even the present low
rates, now a favoratde a any country
afford, will be adequate to sutain the cost
of the service
It appears from the reiort of the Cominis
sinner of Pentoii that there were on the 111
day of July. ls...tr li" erin Nrne umd
the pension rolls who wcrecla Itled a foi
lows army Invalids. lH,Oi; widows, minor
Children anddepemlent relatives of deceases
soldiers TS.M1. navy fuvatlds. 2,74".; navy
widows, minor chihlren and dcieiidenis. 1,
itJiS. survlvorsot the war of 112, -,C; and
vvldowsctf thoe who e rve 1 In that war, 17,-M-.
About one man In ten of all tho-e who
enlNied in the th" late war are n-portel a
recelvinp jm n-ion-. exclu-iveof the depend
ent if de 4a-ei holdier-
ln the It of Juh, 17V the number ot
pensioners uas 'SH .1 and the increase
within th' ten xear next thereafter was
ll-i..'fet W hjle there 110 cvpenditun of the
public funds which the p.siple more cheer
fully appnq rale than that made in recopnl
tlounf the rerxiceof our oldier. living
and dead the ent mint un1erly inp the sutr
lect hould iii t be v tnii-d bv the intnduc
tiouof any frnudiilent praet ce Therefore
it is fully a important thit the roll should
be cleau-eil of a I Iho-e w ho by fraud have
secun-d a place tin leon, us that iner.torious
elalnis should be peedHr examined and a".
lu-ted The refor ii 111 the methods of d
fnp the bu ns of this pureau which have
been iniiiruralel. promise bettel
la both thee directions.
TIIK I'lll-IIIINTI !. Nl-ICtnlON.
Thepre-ent n iilitimi of the l- relntlns
to the .iic(,ioti f the Presidency In the
eent of ileiuh. ill-alilllit. or remin nl of lioth
lrl'liit and Icirrei.lent. N.tichMrtto re
qulre Immcdliiti iiiiKiidnent Tin Mibject
hart repeiitedh Ihhmi lOiHiilen-1 by l'niure.4,
but no n-nlt hn l'en rea hrtl The recent
Inmentilhle dentil of the Mce-l'ridenr, to
in ther with nicinrle, nt Ihe nme lime in all
othfrollinxthe hH'iiinl4-iit4 ot which mlirht
Innnoliitelj eteri'i-e the function of tho
Presidential olHee In-came.) public anility
and 11 Itit ileuiniKl ihnt 11 recurrence of uch
a condition of affuirs 8ln,u d not 1 iier
In inhh Iu. Ion. I commend to th" wle. care
Iill and thouirhtrul attention or l onirre.4 the
neeiN. tlie W( Ifare nnil the ceopt ration of an
Intelligent and irenerou. nation. To subordl
natethee to narrow adun1iik-e of pirtinn
hipor the nctomplibnii nt of -cln.h aim in
lo violate the people", iriHt ami ltrn the
people's Intereal. Hut nil Indli Idiml en,eot
r-.innaiblilty on the pirt of each of in and n
Hern detemiiiintlou to perform ourduty wall
lilll.t irlir J. place amontr thoe who hae
kdde.1 in their div and ir neration to the ttlory
nd properltj of our b loie.1 land.
WiMiiMiTOv, December ", ltsS.
TrRl r.riit!i'ai dniwneU in a a'
t.m anl, at MailiMin, Iml.
Work lia been roiuneil at tlie Cumiulnes
Tlie colli -.nap nouml up with K oreiclit
inches of snow at Chicaso.
W. II. Vanilerhilt. the New York inillion
alre. died TiieIu aftcnifaui of aiHiiIey,
without .1 Moment'- naming.
The Inns strike ainoiii; the coal miners of
the Mononsilielj Valle is hrokeii.
The Daisj ami Empire nillim: mills in
Jlilwaukee were ilesirojtil hj tire. I.is,
(iiiirpt. HimkI. of rincimiati, wliile in a
ilruuken stupor, w.i smotlu-rnl to ile-ath in
Ceneral Lew Wallace, ex-minister to Tur
kej, anlu-tl In Xew York from I.ienw.Kl
The Hajiies, SiR-ncer.t Co. tnaiinf.utnry
at Hichnioml. Iml., was heaUIy lamai,'eil
by lire. I.o-.-, SlO.otW.
The probate court of Hamilton county has
cJtt.I .1. Ii. M.inntv. assurnee of the I'ur-
cells, tohow cause why he should not be
Ceneral IVase Ii.isIkimi removeil from tlie
receiMTship of the .Marietta A- CIe eland
Itailroad. and Ceneral Wikoll apmiuted In
The tilth annual s,,iou of the Federation
of Cr.'auiziil Trade and I.alor Unions of
Ihe I'tiitett Mates and Canada began in
At Hamler's Crosslin:. X. l. Man Ketilv
sliot her sister. Jane, and mortally wounded
a man named Trout. Trout had transferred
Ins aflectioti-. from Mary to .lane.
Two freight trains on tlie Pan Handle col
lided near Hcuni'Min. O., ami lxjtli engines
and six cars were wrecked. Ilrakeman
Wm. Knouse was killed, and other train
I'rof. Yate-, of l!iker.ille (I'a.) Acad
emj. was assaulted by the fanatical adhe
rents of a rhal nann-il Kountz. and stoned
to iiiseiwilnlit). It 1-. Iieiioed he Is fatally
Two more men have lost their lives while
engagetl in work on the new Croton aque
duct. Xew York, making thirtj-tne in all
who have been killed since the enterprise
The estimate now of the result of the
lintish balloting is a majority of ten for the
combined l'arncllites and Tories over the
Liberals. Cholera N ravaging Amlienie,
Ilrittany, worse than it did Marseilles.
Cmma- del Castillo has declared a breach
with Siajrasta, Ihe new panNh Premier.
The fonner isinucliin favirwlth the Queen
regent. Alexander Ills rejected Servia's
projae.aN. ami give until Thursday for the
aoeei tance of lit ow n.
At tlie.Tuesday session of the Internle
noniiuational eongros. at Cincinnati, lr.
Lyman Ablxdt, of Xew York, read a pajfr
on "The Menace of the Modern City lot lur
Civilization." and Kev. Ceorce A. Tliajer,
of Cincinnati, made an address on the sul-
Jitt of the paper. I'rof. II. T. Elj. of
Johns Hopkins l niversitj. read a pajier on
".Soci.Uisui. aud the mission of tlie Chris
tian church iu relation to it. a seen from
tliestandiHilut Of a laiiitical eeonomist.
Other papers were lead bv Simeon Cilbert.
I). 1).. of Chicago, on "The Atheistic Drift
of Socialism-" bv Kev. Dr. Ifeeclnr. of
LIniini, X. Y l "The Housed Yet Home
less Clashes," and bv Kev. Dr. bcovel,
Wooter, ().. on "The N'on-ciiforeennnt
1 his i from the Hellcfoutaine lb-publi
can: "inemuiooK in tlie great machine
shops at Springfield ivery encouraging.
and the prosjatts for a big Inisine.. have
never been brighter."
Mr. linckafeller, of Cleveland, president
nf the .standard Oil Company, and Chris
tian philanthropist of the Haptit iiersiia
sion. is fond of line horse, and has pur
chased from John Icon, of I'rhana. the fa
mous milling mate. I'rbana llelle, for
William Everett, an old citizen of Vr
bana. Iverv low, as tlieieult of an inci
dent likelt to prove fatal.
There is trouble between Max or Caiv-oii
and Officer Levi Shjrigh, of Urbana.
Tlie Church of England became the Es
tablished Church in 15G2, and her total an
nual Income Is about S-!0,uO(l,000,
The Sacramento Bee says the Chinese
take Sl5,ooo,ooo a year out of CalUomia
and sent! It Itotne,
The E'ading of the Message Oommandj
Closest Attention of the Senators
Committee fin rtulr to tip lopolnteil at hi
t:rljr Itny Thf Alilllty of Alurlic.
to Hull. I Her .Mt-ii-ol-Mar
THE WFssvilK I COM.Rrc.
Wvshisotj'N, betiMiitior'i The rend nirJ
I're.ldent CIveland mesaire to fonrr-i
commanded the closest mention nf tnt )
the senare an I llou-e of Iteprescntat.v
The eipressions if ojiimon on !.oth s d o
the respect ve chambers were remarkabi
uniform, tielnc iuile irenerail very em,
pbatlc in praieof the do umeiit. Tlie onll
unfavorable comment lo an! came froi)
ome of thernd eal free trad. r-. r. -pi t n4
th President s view ujMin the tariff whtli
they construed ti leansttonlv iohiii.I pro.
tisrtion ssmie .urpr s. wa nciacomd
however, bj the la fur. of the Kxtnutite tii
intaKly in the ims.ai.'i' any n. on.mei da
tion resivectilur river and harbors the Mi-i
iMippi filler etc. but this wa- -ubsi-m, nil.
explained In the fact that tlie l'reid nl in
tfnds to treat upon lh matters In nt ct tal
It Is eiliectod that peaker t arll-le will at
an early daj probabiv tMlav-apwiint the
t'oiiimtttee.in Ittl'es to whom will be re
ferred the var ous proNisit on wlu h anwc
I eotTertd looklntr to a r v, on of lio ex(t
in. rules of the House Mr Morr -on hHs a
plan which. It I thoiiirht will have m,,p
rnnds thiiTi that whUh Mr pr uger will
submit In brier, Mr Morr.-on will pr.,-e
the dlv Is on of the more in por'ant apt r .pri
ation bills amomr the eomnutt rs ehar. d
wth the duties inc dent to the respeitup
branches of the t;o ertuncnt but w,ii not
disturb anv or tie stand n or ord.uar e
f ommod' re Iairntjr (h ef of thi Mcam
Knirineerinir llitrean. fhier Knirine. r Itaker.
and lieutenant Jacipies, of the navy were
berore thesttcial c.mui s on on o-dnain h
)eterdav. and irave information iiio-iflio
Mibject of the ability of our nav v v ard ami
private corporation to oiitrul inline
ami jr'snernl ruiiehlnery tor heavy men of
war Ther testimony was tavorall. to
Almrican foundries and navyanl fhev
believed the work coulil tie done her. but
thought it would be advisable not to conrni'
It to the liavvjard, but itLeaiirthin of till
work to the Individual corporation- tn-he.
Injr the rivalry It would create would tie tun.
ducive to superior result.
COMIHKSsION VI. I'lOKEEIHM..
Sen vte The time iKssiipieii in r. a bnir th.
President's me!.sace v.as one iioui and furtv
two minute 'jhe annual r.-nort or tlu
Treasury was tht n subm.tt-d also a memo
rial from tho Leirl'lature of Xe llampsh r
reo.net(nir Coni:res to pa ii iris'at on fial
mat secure exclusive! to the Vmeriai;
people the public land of the t nitcd tatt -,
Mr Hoar then ln.r'lueel hi- lull to pro.
vide for the performiiin e of the flutu ol
the ollic of pres dent in cl-i . f the ns
nimal drath res nation or inaMI t i-dU
of the Pre.iilent and Vice Pr. s,(. nt Hr
also introilueeil a bill tnctabli-h n unirnrtu
sysiemor bankruptcrthniuirlioiitthel niteil
i-tates Mr Kdmiiuds also Introduced hii
Klectoral Count bill
Ily -Mr Voorhees A bill to provide forthi
adm ssjon Into the Union or the Mate of
Mr. Coke Introduced m lull to provide for
the allotment of lands In ev eralty to the In
dians on various reservat ons and to extend
the protection of the laws of States and Ter-
r.iones over the Indians
Mr Morrill A bill providinir for the tree
tion of a Conirre5ional IJbrary buUdinj? at
Mr Tellerr-A bill to e-tal.li-h a Ilor.t of
Kducatlon and to aid In the supiwrt of the
common schools in tho several Mates
Ily M Hawley A bill to establish an ic
11 Mr. Iiolph To prevent the obstruction
of navigable waters and to protect public
lands against trespass and injury: also to
repeal the pre emption timber culture an I
desert land laws; also piovldltur forthe ad
mission of Washington Territorj Into the
Union a a State.
Senator Cameron, Just prior to adjourn
inent. ottered tbe following resolution,
which was read and referred to the Commit
KtiHiltrtK that-inasnluch as the business
inuusines oi tue country at present evm to
be reviving. It Is inexpedient during thu
Congress to pass upon any legislation look
lng to a reduction of the tariff dut es
lle4retl. That any future reduction ot th.
tariff should be ba-tsl upon luforraation com
mon to the country, a -hown by complete
census returns and at sUl, nVnuite periods
as can readilv Is? anticipated and met b lae
different producing Industres of the countr
-Mr. Plumb Introduced, bv rtspiet. a Joint
resotut'oQ proposing an amendment to the
Constitut'onor the 1'nit.slMaf s n relat'oa
to tbe manufacture and sale of intoxicating
Hovse The reading of the message wa
concluded at 3-ln nm.it which t me the
House adjourned out of respect to Kent en
F.lwood, late a Iteprest ntatlve from Illinois.
Rumored That Lord Sallshurr Has Ten
d.red nis ResIgtiHtlnn.
IOtpox, December 9. Return unto last
night show that 334 IJberal candidates, 2-ts
Conservative and TS Nationalists havo been
There Is much excitement throughout the
Illy over rumors wh ch were freely circu
lated veterdav to the effect that I ord Salis
bury had tendered his resignation a Pre
mier, t'p to a late hour last night a con
Urination or denial of the report could not
The IMilt AVir i Liberal', commenting upon
President Clev eland s me sage to t nngr. .
a8 that the mesage eems to p'aee Mr
. lev eland In true suec. s-'ort to the greater
men who have occup ed the Amer.can Pre -dentlal
chair rather than in the late llemo
?ratic line. The message. It sn. j con
trived in the most just anl 'rlcndiv -.pirlt
toward all foro gu powers an I tliere is nt.
word to t ckle the ear of Amtr can Jiugot m
It is anus, age of intermit or al good will
and is equally wise and prudent on Comcstu
The .Vr.rnln; IWc aysthat some old world
statesmen might ponder with t enert the
reasons given by Pre-dent neve.alid for
his eon-erviitfveand niadveptuniits acton
regarding the projeete-l treat) b tweon the
t "nit.sl States and Nicaragua
The .sbirid-inf stjs the message I tern
perate and dlgn'tled It go.s rnr toward
ju-tifving Pres dent ("levelan 1 spit on and
contrast's fat or.ibh with crettines rreinu
huys. n's and lllaine s ,M di nti lit Tht
Pre dent s poller is on the while worth.
3falotion The Ttdin. add that Aus
tria' action in the Keilev mvtter uecord
with well uiKlerstmal precslents If ihe
right to refuse an evetiuator eontl ets with
the American Constitution, the sooner the
republic's municipal laws are put in keep rig
with International laws the le-s suth dim
ultie. are likely to occur.
The teachers meeting at this place. Dec.
Jd, was not very largely attended. The
president. Mr. Swedner, of the Yeazell dis
trict, not being present. Mis Emma hie.
of the Hunter district, actiil as presiding
olhcer. Some very interesting e.iysvvere
read before the meeting. They liave
tltvidol to meet on Friday, Dec." 11.
The young jKsipIe of this emnmiinitv eom
binetl with a few older heads have organ
ized a Young Folks Home Missionary .so
ciety. Monday evening Io.t they met at
the home of A. W. Mumper. The follow
ing omcers were elected to serve
the coming winter: President. A
. Milliliter, secretary, C. II. Tvvilcliell:
Organist. I.by Kawling-, chorister, J. II
Uawlings. The charter member are Mte
Iby ILivvlinirs, Emma Kawlings, Minnie
Kawlings, IiesIe IS.iwliiig. Florence Mil
ler, iuiiie Hanes. Lulu Mumper, Edna
Mtmit-er, Hattie Kobison. Cora Uobion,
Maliei Kobinon, Messrs. C. 11.
Michell, A. F. .Mitchell, Edmund
lawhngs, ()car Mmni-er, Kolart
Kolion, Edwapl Knight, Hurley Knight.
hatl Knight. The society will hereafter
meet on Tuesday evening, instead of Mon
day evening, at A. W. .Mumper'.
Titov. Dec. l. Mis DiUj,. Devveoeen
tertained lat evening. .Mi, Dillie is a
charming hostess Jutige Civile I'lipiaf tl
yestenlay. Joie O'Hri ' o terriblv
burned by a ctwl oil explosion on Monday".
dleil yesterday inortilng. At the Troy
buggy works last JSaturday Ceo. Schute had
hi Iiand liatlly cut by a planing machine.
Miss Phebe Coleman left for a viit Willi
relatives in Cincinnati today. Den -.esse
Ilrts., of "Tint" hoe store, have removed
their cobblingdepartuietit to the third story
The projected Friday night mile attrac
tion has lieen ptistjaineii.- .las. Jiartia
was badly sealdetl bv the overturning of a
kettle of hot water in Frank's saI,.,n Mon
day night. Water works holler and piies
weredrayed up from the D. A M. depot
yesterday. S. H. II, Coclirance has re
moveil his family up here from Tippecanoe.
A mushroom described by a physician of
Portland, Ore., as having sprung up In a
single night near his doorstep, measured 24
inches la ctrcumferenoa and weigh! iv
Welhave in stock
the finest and largest
line ever shown in the
city of Men's Smoking
Jackets, English Neck
Mufflers, Japanese and
Pongee Silk Handker- ,
chiefs, French and Irish
Silk Umbrellas, with
Gold, Silver, Buckbone
and Natural Handles.
Neckwear, London and
Everybody admits we
carry the largest line
of Neckwear in the
city, ranging in price
from 50 cents up to
the finest London
CLOTHIERS & FURNISHERS
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
TWO MI.'IIIS O.NLY.
FilADTAuYRSAdr DEC. 11 & 12
WITH SAIUSaY MATINEE.
I It ShewelPs I'.tvvtrful Jleloslnvma.
vfrev'n.,',, by-an E--''lnt Dramatic Company.
ManineentMsfnlr Effects, including Locali
ties in and about Xew York City. "
Prlces p. M and B cents. KeserTed aeaU
HALLETT AND DAVIS,
The triumph of music! mocIuaLtam.
WILCOX AND WHITE
the instrument mot onlrlr lh!
present, bat of the fntHTtt I
prorement la It ha., v2m ifl
apex. " "
N. G. HAMILTON tfc CO.,
X- 9 EAJtT IUB BTKKKT.
Ererr UntrintnieU Felt Hat la
house at 50c Each.
BEST SILK VELVETS
E H K. E IV HART'S,
19 EAST MAIN.
The Prtlft m..K .. .. ....
he the recipients of a OR I-1,? iSJ. wtll
vvblch tickets ciViSSfWr. for
folliiwingmrmnW from any of th,
Tudd. I. C. Jones Ki.ti T-iL Ji"1 HJI, Jamea
To 'S-SSJwdai anmii..
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