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TI 1 M DAI I, Y A HO US
JOHN W. POTT I.
Faha, Prr-Kama 27. 18H.
Tin JrkiDVillc Courier think a re
iluctloB of 83 per rrot in wfe ia lb
Iron woik of IVnnajlTnnl. strikes rt
coal miners a Illinois end Iadisae, ami
of employe in Birmingham, Ale.,
Iron and tf I work, end the eiteoslte
failures of wool dealers ami woolen man
efai lures, wiih other nirullar incidents la
the "protected Industries" loo numerous
to mention, do not show err good rt
ulu frpro lb suprriiiscj of Harrison
nil "protection." and are anything but
the UrMnxi-rt of that restoration of
"business confidence." hl.h M l0 fj.
..w Hi restoration of tba high taiers to
power There I something wrong either
wltU tba hitch lit UTitnoi or with uljfh
11 pr uulaes.
Tiic appointment of n-1' ruled Stales
Marshal Marsh lo be superintendent of
tlic Chluaso police force, will mr witb
tba approtral of the democracy of the
state, and particularly of the northern
portion, whore be la to well and favora
bly kDown. Capt. Marsh waa a residenf
of Okjla county when President Cleee
laud made biro United Statrt marshal In
mv He I a life long democrat, and
sereed with distinction In the civil war;
hut he Las not aought political advance
ment through hie military recoid. but
rather has hero favored by reason of his
acknowledged ability and Inertly to fill
high positions of trust. We eoogrslu.
late the people of Chicago upon securing
the n rvlres of Captain Marsh in an office
that rcqniree unflagging Vigilance and
Harare the Kraal.
I oniavi.la rnnrw-jourrial.
Our northern voteinporarlei are loud
in their denunciation of the ulertion laws
in Hie south, by which they rUim the
southern delegation to congress is so
larvi'ly ilcmiM raiic. We auk these gen
tlemen t om,nt-r certain facts concern
Ing the I n i fed plates senate, and then le
iiki:' t some measure of reform.
The stale of Ni w York la democratic
l y from J .. i to 4 ),in The demo
cratio party carries the slate at every elec
tion, yet it is represented by two repub
limn In the senate, and has been for lo,
these many years.
Connecticut is enohor consistently
democratic stale, jet It, too, keeps two
republican la the senate.
At the last election in Rhode Island
the democrats had a safe ruej nty, but by
its peculiar constitution the republicans
retain control of the legislature and will
choose the senator
These are not more accidents, they are
ttlia In tare at in the situation. The
ivtnorralic mo; irllies are not surmise ,
they are publicly recorded at the polls.
Ii la asiolhins that Senators Flattand
llawley, of Connect hut. Everts and
lliarork, of New York, and Chaae tnd
Al.lrich. or Kiiode Island, will consent to
uosrepresent the.r steles, will hold com
o.Usions, under tbe lurm of law. of which
a majority of their constituent have
voted to deprive them. Rut they do it.
and are particularly denunciatory of
what they terra southern bulldoring.
V'lTl.ula -. sales of flip ill-f of
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lU tll IMM
IS. Ull.l (Mo tlitrerelit kllhls of
" tUu t mi l th'ilrr. VI umen
ll.,Ms ar... iiiiC iml.lv tu he bitten.
t- un-.- ti.aA Hisr a,, i.r
H.n' of i h- lii'i ni h"t
' loitiiiiic on ao
A violi.nt fever Is
tlf Uvi'ilol. of tltr dlcav, thv teriu blt-t-ri
-ovi,-, Iwlfwir.t uiel fraril, nionnlriK
Ti.ilti.t.i. Mnvii'iiius ib rull.l aiij if iliv
tune l I . .r s'i L.i tut Ju'iey o the "Tarun
'" "-r 'iuvai.tato, th -rn a'.imslwvn
l.!t:i. or he riionn loinler, rryuitf. "3o,
ho. i,..t UHt ii ." 'Mei tJ Irii-T instantly
cliiiri.. n.i i tit.. rariilijriim ittt fnst luul
f urioiis .. r ti i'v iIih ,Ii!T.'hii.'i of tiiiwi. At
In-' t!i ' T i-si.r.ifa" iippr.ivm of time, and,
-;.nii'i.: up, l-vin o ilao.o fi arifn ally.
If :, I. ia :h Iry ' Turin. iimio her frietils
rry tu Uinl our tim isiur of tlw Turantola"
thHt Inn l.ri..ii Ii.t, n. a.hm hnr ilrn and
l,- j-i- -. r.hlH.ns of ii saniM tint as
tti n:a t, wiii' ..r hl;ii, icrvu, rl or yl
K.v I; ii.joij.j -iii ui.ii. -nio tnw f roir cnl.jr.
bo u k'.I wiMi rinerH of every hiin,
whK'ti 11 wi:.i;; i,f,oiit a.ikJis dun -i and
!.. ij. r uni.1 in 'l.o HI." 'Inev icenurallf
!'in ti,.- i-.'ifit i v in. I rs. h.it it otten end
in !ii ..i, . ..i.r.; .,f ..,it and tbe
xh'oiir-- . : .
V. r,..fi u. I ifai.'uin' i 1 1 1 i i m iri,ru out stie
a r"! Hit., li u.il (li ! I sil l ..r, sometime
l-'t s.i.'.-.-u : -r. w ii 'ri.! ii If it usjcswa
t I'tr-n.', -in-., ti.. iiuicinti sit niwr a
n, to tii- ti ti n "T uruut.it'i " is irr-iitibr
utrm.-t.l Iiuh aim Is daln'lutt relavs of
t T-o.ri.l- .I. I.i .. h.-r -i:u i.-r, 'ami," said
I'.jii i;.:;..?u... "lb amount of l.i--d watur
t.srno -.,e. t., tu orat. as tli ravar
luat- tcvenrT two lioura. t.ut In e:tbar case I
was ir- tinit ii iruiicii.ua awre not caiiad
lii tlm f..vr (.'outiuui utd'tluiu-!r. and u la
..Hie Lllus fuu..wJ uy d.'utU -Ins Land of
Lli.li is told
ii ni Ivnl of ll. rivsr
i.;. v-ii. kni otlK-tii' ut
Con. , v 1. 1,
us rii.irj. ,
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"Ar I'llH tllll," tlU SS. "1
f u b.k-r Hi !u.. Hk.iti sea,
u off ssiiiii n, ..tit- tf tbe sbip'a
ir.-ot tn. cruT (.!.) of rl.eoi
-u'li.m I imoi: tlm ti.r. Tua
ia .. I ni. 1 s-1 uuL y . ku.I 1 must
,,r. I .r a i u(T nniw a. n.j slid
li- k -.l V " liT'jrs I U'--i tlllij to 11 uu
' Wi. a..i iiiui,;, ,1 ui.i'ii th botroui of tba
!.( I our i.'ui ia t tLe only veassJ
e. -S i.t lit... hi a I. '.II u mi." nil lioys, that
h i a . ., ti. lit tit Tu tide waseblHng
fiiJt m.it lti.f--n;,. iiv un nriiiin.t If that
r.-. ,i ,ii, t - u It atita tt Ki Any. Tim
lltrt rii ,, I, ru I. .villi to alioiit. Hltliout;b
lii.T" Mm i,o i-m !i,;v uai', for tlie vessl waa
t.". I.ir i. .t ,i t . n ui'ui, I sun tlia-r stera
I'-'iii rr ''"i uii t 1 aiiu our "Kor Omi s
i You'll ouiv isr Tour-
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a n . .i,.,ts to U- lissaril.
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T ii.ti, IrislniiHii. 'If wa
I i ia-. ;i 1m ioi,i u 4fa
tliv VMa.; US "
- ii. tl,Ht the nsbinl Ir iliiiiun
t. Jon.. rva.u a im ti.a sur
t liupovn to lw so plsuouit aa
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l..rr I. iii, lull on a llollilat.
ll ia a vtsu' review t.f t, ), tu tba
Lole hoar usiiaajtaiiiv tbev are, hoar sober,
boar iivm. I, t iluli h.s Horn out tba poof
(tins ni la-ioiiiiii,-, i,i tbey enue: arbat
listless t.t) tuo't i.f ti..Ui liuvn: Tba stoop Ul
tlio ahotil.rai. tiniver-ul itiiiong Uietu merely
means uer'oii ui Ilia a..rkroom. Not uu U
a thoiiarttnl sfi.ns .MiiMiti of taste In dress;
vulnrity an I i va yiurva In all but every
Ubserva tlie inid.ili. al woin. u . it Would
U- stuull surprise that thnlr ttoml k-jkt sad
nuiiai,,!. I.ut wheiive comes It Uey ar ant
uj.I. if,iii.v. alitolutel.r rivloua In uglliMsal
ll.irs th mn l i their turn; four In every
fiv tik so ilforueJ I.r ill beeJtb
Inat tney eicita. (iiu.i . their bair I cut
down toatituiii bait an Inch of the scalp;
their H's uiatwUtMi out of shap l.yevllcou
diflons .f lifn from tilrlb upward.
Oueof I lin livelier KioUs)ls surging bilk
erarai.l h..ia hav froUu; her wa bar
humor 'l nx youtii mini a bo lesjn them baa
team going ulM.ut ail iIht wittt tba litilug of
tin hut turmsl dowa over bis forehead; for
tu thoiiaiunliyi t.ui tlios girls ar scraaui
tiiKWirn UuRhtur at tu slxbt uf him. Hal
ml lie hu slippd and fallen upon tbe floor;
tils ..iinimnioiis treaUsim like a horse this
U "down-lu the .sf -Lookout forbls
,,',!' " ud another. "Hit on bla
- i. myw, t com to an end we shall
- : tine of th partyis
V a " 1 m"- "" ben are yon
' do'o have a look at u.f cries
ki by him.Th Nether
i an iufallible cure for
1. peln in tbe side end
AN ALBANIAN BLOOO FEUD.
"" aall. nrarrd th
:Mllv of ABMhar.
Being in nsnndenUal mood, my host tells
me about hi family ami his children, and
that n ha a blood feud with on of the most
powerful families of th neighboring HotU
rib, and eo ovr fie otit of lb village
alone for fear he should hs shot fo- the blood
be owe his enemlea His itr, he explains,
niarrie, a man of Rotti, and It was consid
er! a sph-mlld match, as that trili is th
nioat ismerfui In tli ureal m.Mintains and
lekee lb t of hole iri time of war.
About a year after th marriage th hu
band repuiliausl his l.rl.la and sen I her borne,
giving no reamai for the outrage., but merely
saying b was not going to keep th woman
any longer. Much an in-ult was not to b
U.Urate.1; ao my bust and bis brother, seeing
that thera a as noehanccof obtaining f
thalr sister tba restitutmn of br rueta,
lookail out for an opuort unity of LHilru their
"He wa very running.' r ny bo.t re
fleetlvelv, playing with hi 'it"l; "but I
waited for him every de , end at last 1
taught him alone, mid ie'U t shot bim for the
slight list had dared to cut on our family."
"And so jrou owe .'iiein blond:"
II grins and si ren.- his pistols in hi
leal her si la. "Ills fat h.-r and brother," he
repliwt. (ro come into our country to look
f.sr me, ami wait t.n- me nuteido tlm Isutar or
on the rna. to Soodra, but I never go into the
city a it hunt my l.iotlwr and my nlnllons, ao
they cannot etscl the n:i;ty viithmit light
ing liattle "
"But eurely that aniat he a great murine
for v'ii "
lie shrugs hla -li.iiil.lra "S..iit.-iIht they
avid catch niealoiie.aal 'sii-ht hiin.aiid tUeu
iney win sh.iot in ir Ihey can
"And your slater r
"She is In the city "
"llansli. ninrrt! a:;Mliif"
"Marrmlf tlli. n.: Sim l , , -.he has htr
Inl s" Tbn a.s-in my I.h4i ol er. .iiishiimnt
alia "What la ue to i..f We canu.s
fiipHrt her; alie i.- not U-lonj to us now,
and the liottl a ill le t keep her. Hut I have
evangel the insult; I have shot h.-r hiialstnd ."
Truly, honor ami iliah.nior are nrbitrury
aiie,!,! My coinwnioii la, nivonlmn to bis
oa-n Cisle, a man of strict honor. His slater
has beau repudiated by ber lnilin l without
rsuso or reason, and he feels that he has don
eierrlhiiig be can betXwte1 to.lo alien he
his li..t the erring hua! mui.1 ami Ictt the p.sr
wumnii to t'iie st.irvation as l-at she may
''.T ''gg'l'tf m the streets of N-o.ll a a Imre
MilaHateuce for hecvif mid chil.l - I liionls-iV
I..W.I l ull of Oiilnm.
le-ca-iit Siiig-iMiiH siMra rejairt an eua-rN-.Un.ir
c.ia. o siiiiiling at fS.Mirnlsiva, in
Java A I'lniM-a jst-a.-ugei ti.-tvui : .iitl on
b. ssr.1 a j.ink In h an. h-.r.- l In the
ras.lalissd. the health olll.vr of the . t wi-nt
off and, aftnr viea in tli tsslv. kv.. Hi.. n.a
raani y s-riiiit for I. m ini. The 111,11.-1 of th
Junk then came 1111 shore and oi..-i .n a 1 1 !',;
c. .(!l u of Urn uaual t hineae kin.L I m 111 th
early b.airs of tlm morning. Ho, en w aith Iii
colllii Isn.lrtl and tlm funeral proce.aj. .11
iaml along the street amid (he biirinu - of
st.critk ial wra, lstiug of gon-s aid the
o'her cuatoinai y demoiistrntions of sorrow.
I oe of IIki cresr anlke.1 111 front carry lug lb
1 ui utl pminit After the funertil tiie itv
e-ent 1st. k to the juii's. wlu.-h iiiime.inrly
N.t out to . In ties mi. Mir of the day
vune natives f.aind aneui.tv o.rtin 111 the
rsd ct-aae by th t'bli. e cfiimt.-rv, ahirh
not only suivlt strongly of opium but a. so
had lliuil ssrll.'les of tlm .ll ll," s.llil III.- to
ft aides. Ttw eiiatoia houae autli..ritiai
found the mak-r of the c .111 11, a ho i..ititie.l
It as the on supplird to the 111 vlr of the
bulk, and IIm dead Isaly of Hi,. .'binnriiaii
as a aabed aaborrsoon aftei r.ia, that It
svas i-lenr bo had tesu thioMii oVerb.utrd,
and the burial -riiiit 11e.l to aiiiu --la on
shore a large .-..tli. t full of opium - l.n.l .11
M114T aad lluinilioti.
A Well klloa 11 gentlelliHIl, re.-,.i:i ie.-eaar.l,
a.n Osy relatH.1 tba follonin; inei.lont: 'l
a as standing lu my afreet d.or r.siaing uiy
uml.rella, and Juat als-ut to iue forth 00
Important t.ualiiesn Info the iiii.Ntol' a snd.len
and heavy fall or rain An oi l lady at that
moment sae. along tbe pavement quite un
rots'tal from tlm drwnehiii storm. 1 lui
JuatliHtelv ;iraiig out and oir-re.1 her th
shelter of my uiubrull.! un.l to a. -oiiimiiiv br
ti her resi.ien.-e Sha c Hirl. -ou-Jy ui-.-t..jitu.l
the service. Having arnviaj nt her home,
wldcb aas n.sir tliu presi.leiu's house, after
th uesit agreeable cmver-ui i .u ui.,ng the
way, I bait bidden her a. l eu un I 1 11:11. -d to
d-sirt when she said, vrith m!1 th.-.w.s-t po
litmiMS of ol len times: 'I,. whom nm 1 m
dubted for this great kindness'' iiaam,'
I repleai, -is Hurr.' 'And tiun-.' sin- s.l.l.-l
emotion overpowering t.r ai:n r-t to fumting
'Is Hamilton ' 1 l.tt I utikiioH 'iugly es.-ort,al
tba widow of Ah-Taiuhr H iiniltou. our llrst
s-retary of the treasury, who i.,iiiii in a
lilel by one whose tiuiue 1 unfortuuately
hear " tVa-.hlngt.iii l'ress.
Meiuast for Animals.
Dr. Christiana, a physician of Vetiii-o, a ho
died about the middle of tbe present ceuturv,
left a legacy of .UJ florins to his thru fa
vorite hunting d.sjs. with a provision that It
should full to an edm-ationul Instilu'lou at
ilm. Hunter, a retirisl Munchtster (Eng
land 1 manufacturer's wife, who died in laid,
left fJW per yesir to her parrot. Tne French
count, Murat, a ho died In l-)TO, left I.011O
franc per year to b sjwnt in doctoring th
ays of his riding horsu. In I.T a rich maid
SB la.lv of Londou dieal, but not Until she had
pnaiond tli homeless cnu of the great me
tropolis lo th tuna of i.'l,.'SSJ per year. Oar
land, another resident of the British Isles,
died in June, lat year, and left i.loo per an
num so bla fast monkey, and to bis dog and
cat each a pension of Ao, while Oertriide,
"my daughter, with a large rami) v of chil
dreu, which sha tin. Is much dilliculty In
brtaglng up," .gat nothing until attar th
death of tbe three pets J0I01 V Wright 10
ML Louis hapubhe.
t'l.l.o. l-a. Irtr A Hairs.
II0M0N. Mass, Liei- T. The I in.,u fa-ulhi-stuteiiieut
for uvmtier shows groaa
enruliigs of J,S").rt. lmreue over sama
ux.utb btst year, flisi.fas. net earnings,
".rj,!rsi. decrease from sumo s.riol last
year, IT5 fill Kor eleven mouths in ls',
larosa aaridngs. tf,'.1T.i, lucreaaa, (no
net earning. SI l.'.T.'e: Im-ienMi, t,-
two. rLIpeusa- Uetreasbd (I '-'.'ft, H f, t In
Haaqaat tu Nass.aper Employes.
tUI' iiw, Iac -T Tbe Chicago Hurald
rompauy tsmdarad lu empKjyes a latmpiet at
tba Tremont housa last evening Nearly liJU
persons, including editor, reporters, print
er, clerks, and presamen surrounded th
table and enjoyed the spread. The banquet
Was in one Sanaa a culeliratior. of tie. increes
of circulation of The HuTald to 1ims) cop
lea, which war printed aud sold LWc. I V
Robert Uunn, M. li.. Dean and
Professor of Murgery of the I'nited
States Medical Colletre, editor of "Medi
cal Tribune," author of "Uunn's New Im
proved Handbook of Hygiene and Domes
tic Medicine." ssys over bis own signature
In addressing the proprietors of Warner's
Safe Cure: "I csnool be true to my con
victions unless I ei'.end helping band
and endorse all I know to be good and
trustworthy. Your graphic descriptions
of diseases of the kidneys and liver have
awakened tbe medical profcislon to tbe
fact of tbelr great increase. I'bysicians
have been eiperlmentally treating this
disease, and while casting about fur an
autborlied remedy, their patients have
died on tbelr bands."
We offur one hundred dollars reward
fur any case of catarrh (bat cannot be
cured by taking Ball's catarrh cure.
F. J CnmiT & Co., Props.,
We. tbe undersigned, bave known P.
J. Cheney for tbe last fifteen yean, and
believe him perfectly bonorable to all
business transactions and financially able
to carry out any obligation made by tbelr
VVrst si TarjAX. Wholesale druggists,
Waloui, Kiknan & Mabvih, Wboka'e
druggists, Toledo, O.
E. H. Van Hocsen, Cashier, Toledo Na
tions! bank. Toledo, O.
Hall's catarrh cure Is taken Internally,
actio? directly upon tbe blood and mucus
surfaces of the system. Price 75 cents
per bottle. Bold by all druggist.
are Deal Market.
Orate and egg. f7.S0; stove. No. 4 and
nut, f7.75 per ton. screened and deliv
ered; SS cent per ton discount allowed
7tT7-t4?Tn' within lQtkg- Cennel coal
&I-9&taFlow to tbe time
BlacgsiPiths.' " -coke nod
; if aarra.-
Boreas Takes an Airing with
1 HEAVY BLOW AT SYEAOE. N. Y.
Reooklya Visited and Mohaak Val
ley Nwept The Iteglona f I'ena
eylvanla fate- 'st of the North
west Wind--,(ny ll Derrlrks Blows
Doss rt Isil-t rs ski In Hra.lford
Flooesna' Itala Infllet 4ireat Loss la
(-ilfnrnla Reeord of Fatalities.
STRarfsa, K. Y., Pec. 27. A miniature
kurrk-ane that swept over New York yetr
lay caused heavy dnmnKe in tbecili.-s and
towns and on arm:, and wus fraught with
Fatality to biiiiitin life. Iu places the fall of
rain gave way to hailstorm-., always accom
Oauied by w inds of reat vehs-ity that lev
lied obstructions In its path, and nt night a
blisxard ad.lad discomfort and misfortune to
the calamity of tbe day. Tlm hikes were
lashed into great fury, and huire waves that
(atbered strength with the rapidly suroeed
tnn blasts of the cyclone broke upon the land,
md lu ninny plit.ss caii-ss) a nsiioiits on tlie
luea of railroad or inundated the ndjacont
suntry. Trees, fences, and wiv- suaprssi
Mid fell lf,.ie tlie pale had half Kint its
for., and as the at. .cm im-reassl strwuR
uildin(j sb.s.k uon their foun.tntioiis, and
I be rHifuf factories and dwelling ln-iivs
tvil't.al coliipnuy with tlie walls Unit held
.hem aud sailed anay iikii the cr.ts of the
Thr Mm ranjcht In the Ttoins.
Here in town thousands of dollars' worth
slate glass w as shattered iu business boustsL
During tbe icale a portiou of tlie front of the
Immen-e barna of tlie Pooplc's railro.i.1 was
blowu In. A-ssistont Siirsriiit.-n l.-iit t'hnrlea
A. Nichols, files Wood onl J. -(. b H-irkha-mer
were burial in tbe ruins. Nichols was
killed instantly, his li.sa.l beini; crusl.e.1 to a
haele iiibsk Wis si's collar lme w-ns
Trai-tured. and Doi khainer wus hurt alout
the head. Ilotb nn-u were badly bruis.sl, lmt.
It Is not thou -tit dancrou!y. The wind
imslerated somewhat late last niht.
Damase In the Mohawk Valler.
The cyclone from tbe west struck Amstcr
iam ats)ut n.sn and waa accompanied by
bail and rain. Kreat dimae has ls-u d.u
in the Mohawk valley, and csss.-ia!ly iu
Wlorss7illa. The several knitting uullswere
uur.s.fetl. cbiiiinys blown don u and tde
eraph and M.-pln-n w ire pnvstrate.1. The
damage alone to buildings will am nint to
ai-erl thousand dolkris. At Ilorkton, a
small town near Amsterdam, a house wa
truck bv ligliiuinj an 1 badly dainatrwi
Thomas Stewart's k-e houses wcr daniape.1
to the extent ..f fU The bail was the
txtn of hl koi y nuts. Iu the town of Florida
bun.lre.ls of trsm wi-re blown down aud
feo.s-s deaiiroyoL Several da-ullings were un
roofed at OloVfrsville.
A Hllrsar.l llaclnc.
Ist nik;lit a blueird la-su rafjin-; The
wind waat iu h.-uht, f rlina. at buffalo,
whereat intervals it r.-gisL-re-l sixty-live
nultw an hour in velocity. It was thought
at one time that the waves from Lake Erie
would wnsh out a portion of the tracks of
tlm New York lent ral railroad. The spray
dashed against the w indows of the is--ii..r
trains. Near Hudson strea t the tra.-ks were
undor watar at oue tune. Tlie wind went
iown c-onsi.h-ruhly late at nil.t an I it was
thought t tint all d.-uicer to ltu-tin -Us was
over, el tli. .lit Ii tlie waves f reqn-nt ly waslie.1
over tho rails.
IN 1 HE EAST.
I. Ife and (.real lleslrurtina
Nkw ViiKK, lav. Astrouj; windstorm
v hi I. si tins city and vicinity yesterday affer
o.n.il In the upper part of the city the
form wns ms-onipaiiKsi by tntiuder aud
liK'litniiiji lu linsAlyii a three-story frame
building In course uf erei-tiou was blown
down, and three carpenters w.-re buried iu
the ruins. They were nil rescued alive, but
were badly injure.. Two little p-irls who
were passing at tbe time were struck l.v flv
ttisT tiiiilwr. Ono lit tbetn suir.-r.st a f rue
tureot th Ice, and tlie eyes of the other
were lad!y injured, lu Jcrs. y City Samuel
Hautcher, ajasl aas killrsl i.y t-ini
truck by the limb of a tree which n. blown
do-ii by the h.-uvy w ind.
Havoc In the Oil Country.
EBAtiroko, I'a, Dec -T A terrific north
west wind blew here all day yesterduy. Iu
this city t ho bouse of John l arro.l, at tbe
bead of Sanf .rd strfs t, sudimn from its
foundation aud left reclining on th- bill si,0
St antic of 4ii ilHre.-s Tbe family were in
tbe house at the time, but I- yon. U-ing lujliv
frightenl escaped unhurt. J..I111 Kvans'
house, In course of ruiistructlou, at lo Jack
son avenue, was lifted from its nn l.-r pinning
and ba.lly ui sl.
1).1 no tion of Oil 1. i ricks.
I'p the west bracb of the Tiinmiwaut
creek forty-thnss derricks were blown down
and on the ens, branch twenty-three are
rsiunted Kour were blow u down ut ilt,
Kaub, thirteen at Turrwrt and six on the
Jewett farm at Custer. Jc.-p.irts from Uar
lk Hollo say nearly all the derricks iu
that vicinity were picked up l y tha wind
and strewn on the (rrouud, in many cases the
engine and boiler hou-i, and even ri tim
bers, glvimr way to the f.wce of the hurn
Eane. At KTiiupis creek It Is ls;li.-ve.l there
are at least J riis blown down. Telegraph
wlrwi are down iu all direct luus. The I osses
as fui as can he estimated will arcnta at
The Hurricane at I'lllsburK-
riTrMBt Ro, Dec. -T. Many houses were
blowu to the ground, fences were felled and
telegraphic coinmuiiicution with the east
was shut out I.y a destructive hurricane
yesterdav. Considerable auxiety is felt as
to the safety of families who lived iu the
direct track of tbe cale. No liv.-s bave been
reported bstt, but it is feared as R.K.U as the
torin Kulisnl.st it will 1st ili-wov.rc.1 thut
there la loss of both life ami prnja'rty.
FLOOD HAVOC IN CALIFORNIA-
Rallwavs Damaged :i".o.00O The bol
ountry flooded Loss of I. Ife.
L A.Mitua, Cat., I c. Tba heavy
rain of tlie aut few duys contiuu.sl Tester
lay morning. All traui-s from north, cast
and south are cut off. and the damage tu
tracks is great The Simla Ke ofliciuls esti
mate the loss ou that hue at t.lio.OO). and
the Southern l'aiulc luiei will reach iM,
J0. The country to the o-ean Ls tl.xHled.au'd
many miles of truck are under water. Tbe
Southern I'acilic bridge at Klmoute has lawn
Wasbe.1 away, aud passengers are brought
0r ou handcars It wdl be several Ja va be
fore the hue is ossn to Han Francisco. I.r cat
damage has ben dona to the street cable
luse and the bridge in this city.
Aa fcutlre Family 31 lasli.c.
Many or tbe houses iu tlielowuiuds are
flooded, and the families have Is-en driveu
ant. It is reported that tlie house of James
Kyau ou the rivar lamk has been waslwd
sway, and that tli w hole lamily ls missing.
The levtau i- broken in several places. Fully
twenty live inches of ram has fallen this
Th Ai.(el's 4 amp lllsasler.
S4JI AMiRtAa, t'al , lire. 27. The latest
report from tlie Angel's camp disa.st.ir is that
there ar at least seventeen, and probably
uuietaen, men in tlm mine. There are but
little hope of ever reememithe bodies.
Tbe miners are now at w..rk tu-itiK out or
and the work of developing the niine will
probably be resumed very soon. It is proba
ble, however, that tbe work will be directed
toward tbe spot where the bodies are burn.-.
rinae ( all fur a Manchter.
Chicaoo, Dec. 27. At alsmt 6 o'clock last
veuing a street car crowibs with paissen
gers waa crossing the Ixiuisville, and New
Albany tracks in this city, wl-n a switch
ing engine Is.re down upon it. Just misniny
tbe car. Two men seeing tbe danger jumpeo
from the car aud were rnn over by the en
gine, John Newman, a laborer, being fatally
hurt and dying shortly alter, and Ernmt
Louiberg losing oua h ji and being seriously
Tha W Ind K Iotas Uasea a Brl.lKa.
Ucthlcukm, Fa.. D.S7. 27. A bridge in
tsjurse of construction across the Ihigfc
river between Lehighton and Wuissport wa
blown dow n at 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon.
Three workmen fell with the structure, (lu.
tave Bersr a fatjkllv l,iaa. IWU.
merman, shoulder jind leg liroken, and
Ibomaa Crawford, b. broken and bruised
about th body. Berg lived In Jersey City.
Loehesl Bar Children Vp Usual Kaeult.
Omaha. Due. 27 f)nrW tl,.
haenc bf Mrs; -buy, ft rn her horns
yesterday nwrnin; f ai11 evfc -aught firs
and her three
4, and a utlwold Uby t., who wn
MdntH hmtmw.-fto death.
rA-'!'-. is J Jrh. mh.I
. st M vUMbf
T11K -nopi: ISLAND
but wei uuaoie to save tne imprisoned enn-
' A Mlsrr Killed on th Rail.
TtEAOiNo, Pa., Dc 27. Simon Spohn, a
well-known charai ter here, died yesterday
afternoon at the hi spited from the effect of
Saving lioth legs ruooff on the railroad track
while picking cool. Altbongh he owned real
estate, and was ret ated to be worth nearly
10,000, he lived in one small room sand was
very miserly iu his habit.
I'erullar I'atal Aerldenl.
Richmond, Va., Dec. 27. In Henrico
countv. near thin eitv 1-vnar-ol.t hna
named Walton wet t to his home Wednesday
ami mining tne Douse locked attempted te en
ter through the wi wtow. The sash fell on
bim, breaking his nack.
i iirl Killed.
27. There was a heavy
Idow on the outski
its of the city yesterday.
A eoule of Iioushs
were unro.if.sl. A chiin-
ucy on Washingtot
girl iiaiiie-1 Minn
years, and killed b.
i street feel on a little
e Kcnimelinau, aged 1(
Thunder and 1.1
and raiu storm, ao
S-litiilng In Midwinter.
. Dec. 2.. .V beavv wind
onnsmietl bv thunder ami
over tins city yesterday
a & Reed's ice house was
blow n down, canst
ig a loss of f 2,0.10.
tisrs Away His Whole Fnrfnne.
SaUM, Mass , D s?. 20 The will of the
late Samuel E. Sav yer, of 0 loti.-ter, which
has 1-eeli tiled hoi e, Contains the following
bequests; t hie hi ndred and twenty thou-
wind dollars to th-a I ilmi.-est.-r library and
an.i tne saw vet- in rary of I Gloucester; J4ot.
("J to the hctiiale (.'hsritnble wv-iety of
Uloihst-r: the income of $iiO,iiO to Is. use.)
in bcniititj ing tbe grounds of Ravenswood
park, Uloiicester; JlO.uuO to the city of
tilouceter. to 1 krif'Wn as the Sawyer fund,
f.sr tbe tem-hinz nt .Irawiug and musi in
the schools; :t.i as a fund to purchase
moda Is for worthy pupils in tbe high gram
mar schools: and various others. All the
residue of the estate g to the trustees of
the t.loueester Lyeum and library for the
the general pur.s of the institution. The
whole estate is esti nnted at t l,.'sKl,0i.
A sniiinirrr A Talr at Winona. Minn.
Winona, limn. Pec. 27. The annual
Christina stcaniU-nt excursion on the Mis-
aLssij.pi was tlie gr latest su.vess on rcoid.
Ihe steamer ltols- -t Harris and barges made
two tris to Kast ?loor h.led with all she
could carry. IhtiK-ing was -n o . e.l on the
barges, ami W era -am. l.-mona.te, ami genu
Uie Minnesota striatal ries were M-rse. as
relreshiiK-nts. tKer '0 s-i-s..na t.n.k part in
the excursion, ma ly lu straw bats and .hist
ers. an.i an wun lans. 1 he mercury regis.
u-re.1 oil .tegreeai a sive tero. A lawn srty
w ith cr.si iet was id. iu the evening.
Tlie Hilis.h Coninsny l.ora 1'nder.
C'lllt-Aua, I.s-. '.7. The H'aUb Manufac
turing i wny, avholesale stationers at W
Walstsh avenue, t .iis city, made a voluntary
assignment jW r lay. l.iabiliticsare put at
.i"'.iai, and ass, ts alsmt the some. This
failure is a se.pi.-l to the failure of the big
paper tirm of Snci'i.-I, & S.m, at Saugerthst,
N. Y. business will prolssl.lv be contiuue.1
under the tnana -cment of the assigm-es,
Cbai l.s. Shackelft rd and E. A. Dicker.
Ama-rican tir.i logical SaK-lety.
N: YehK. IV-. 27. The American Geo
logiissl sis-i -ty l-f an its annual imsrtnig yes
terday morning a the American Museum of
Natural History. Morns K. Jessup called
the meet mg to o -il.-r, and d.ilivi ie.1 an ad
dress ..f wel.-ome o the.lel.-g.stes. I'rofessor
James Hall, president of the society, re
Hrs.ii.l.sl to the ad lresaw James D. Dana then
t s.k the chair as tlien.-wly cl.-ct.sl presi
dent. led Mil
ii tha lnlt-rnalionat.
Dts 27 A large number
of printers attend
action ou the refi
si thes;s?cial m.s-ting of
ion No 2 yesterday to take
sal of the newtiaxr j.rre
prietors to grant i
lie advance in the price of
tyK--settiiik; re v
Vottsi to pln.-e the
of the ex.s-utive
tuuou for n.-tifii.
itly demand. si. it was
whole matter in the hands
Hindi of tbe 1 lit. -t national
Victory for he t.lght-Honr law.
I'HU.Aiu l.l-niA. Us-. 27. Tlie cily solic
itor has decided t hut tbe eight-hour law is
appln-al.le to tbe lcrrments under the con
trol ot tlie city 'ovcriimeut. The law was
eiiacbsi i.y the lej islature twenty -one years
go, but ha-s renu- mel a dead letter until at
teution was recently called to it by the
L'niied Latsir lea -ue.
l.rn. Tha nas' M idow Uead.
IVasiiivoTon I'lTT, D-. 27. The widow
of lieu. I.eore I. Thomas died suddenly
Wednesday night at her residence here. She
had not lss-n in jo. I health for two Vears,
but up to the biur she retired there was
nothing in her onditioii to a akeu uo.-a.si-uess
among her f-iends.
Morion's S accessor us th " M."
Chicago, Dec. 47. It has Wn .'.-finitely
cl.-cl.le,! thnt lien -ral Freight Agent .Miller,
of the Burungtot. and Missouri Kiver load,
will take laeticrr.l Freight Agent Morton's
pla.sj on the Uur ingtou.
1'oor l ay for Itasrality.
Buffalo, N. Y., Dec. 27. Edward F.
Bapst, general di livery clerk in the Buffalo
poadoftice, was a Test.s yestcrduy and con
fessisi having sto en letters from the mail
for the pust foil- months. He savs he bus
taken alsjiit t'V) il-ngetlu-r from the letters.
He Is a married man. and bis father is a
prominent citiz. a. His mother was made
quite ill by the n. ws of her son's disgrace.
Running F cht with Smugglers.
New Orleavs. Dec. 27 The Times
Democrat I.ared , Tex , special says that a
running fight toik place Is-twceti Deputy
United States Mi rshals Kilgore and t'ucllou
and tlve Me-sa smugglers near Mendito
Wednessluy uftrt iKn. llctaxiano Chappa,
one of the smugg ers, was killed. Tne other'
four were lodged in jail at Sun Diego Nou
of the otti.srrs sis hurt.
Itobtfefl Whlla at Supper.
UlTFAUl, N. Y , Ilec. 27 ltetweeli f. aud
6 : o'l l.s'k last i veiling, w hile tbe family of
John Buh. a pr. niiueut cluxeu ri-udiug at
Ml Sumner strei.t, were at their evening
meal, thieve cli nbed tbe outside Js.rch of
the house an 1 en red the second story win
dow, os-ne.l the privntit aui ttn-uts of Mrs.
tush ami secure I io.usj wurth of jewelry.
A H -azlllan Lleeree.
KioJamiho, iec. 27. The government
has is.susl a deer- providing that all per
sons foiiud eniieavoring to corrupt the
allegiance of tin s, IJirrs, or contriving or
promising any measure f.,r active opinion
to tbe lepublic, shall ts- tried by a military
tribunal. An pssitioii journal was sus
enileil on Tmsid-iy.
A Missouri M hltr- ai Outrage.
Nkvaoa. Mo , Iw. 27 Yesterday morn
ing before dayh ;ht Clay Cumpla-ll. a negro,
was taken out ol the city calals-sise bv a
party of masked men and severely w hipped
with a blaeksiial.e on his bare buck. The
negro, while drunk, hud throw u a atone
through tbe win low of a residen.-e.
linmlgrat on liurlug llecemher.
Wakhimotov Citv. iJw. 27. During the
past month 21'. If. 7 Immigrunts came to this
country, agams- 2-..41W in Noveiulier, lss.
fermany fuyinl.e.1 I1.7S2; Kngland and
Wales, a.7S.'l; Italy. Il.HT; Austria. 3.M0;
Hungary, a.'JUl ; Kusstn, S,l; Sweden and
Norway, 1 ,!, i.nd Ireland, 1W.
Th riaa- F
oat on th Charleston.
co, Dec 27 The United
States cruiser (
barlestoo went into couimis-
at the navy yard, Capt.
y taking command. Com
n aud his officer and man
George C. liem
d tbe hoisting of the flags.
aud the band
played "The Star Spangld
barl.arton will prolaibly not
llauner. " The
be ready for sec
Death f a Promlueut Clnt-lniiatlan.
Cl.NflXNATl, a-c. 27-Hou. 8. F. Coving
tou, a well kuov-n business umn of this city,
died at his bom.- In Madisouville yeaterday
morning aged "a He was president of tbe
Ulobe, Insurance comany aud was presi
dent of the clumber of com mere for two
Knees laoovie Oat West.
Dmvxh, Colo., Dec. 27. Th Russian in
fluenza baa n ached tbe Rocky mountains.
Three-fourths tf the rlticensof Denvar ar
suffering from it Report from Cbeyenn
re to the effect that that city is similarly
Russian AeaU lnstl(at a Bevels.
Calctttta, Jhjc. 27. A serious revolt it
reported to dia e occurred in Afghanistan.
Tba uprising aa Instigated by Kuiaiaa
AUG US. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 27, 1889.
Furthe-r News from the Seal
FIVE OF EACH EACE BITE THE DUST
Two Negroes Shot ia Jail and On on th
Street for Complicity la the Murder
of the Marshal Brewer and Other At
tacked In the Swamp and Two Whites
Shot Origin of th lllot Brewer's
Keeord a Had One.
New York Dec. 27. A Savannah dis
patch to an evening paper gives the follow
ing version of Wednesday's riot at Jessup,
Ga. : Three whites and three black lost their
lives. The whitea were Deputy Marshal
Baruhill, William Wood and Henry Ander
son. The latter was a hotel keeper, and was
accidentally shot by an unknown w hite man.
The blacks killed were Bill Hopp and Fete
Jackson, shot in their cells in jail, and Bill
Fluett, called out of bis house and shot.
William Wood, Sr., was shot through tha
b.-ad, hut wil recover.
Beginning of the Trouble.
Emma Jones, Sally Hopp and Hannah
Waltham, negro women of liad character,
w.-re whipied and ordered to leave town.
This action of the whites precipitated
tlie trouble. Bob Brewer, the noted negro
desperado, armed with a Winchester, then
threatened to take tbe town. Barnhill and
Wood were killed iu attempting to arrest
him. Alt.-r the murder be took to the
A Moh of Nine Men.
The jail was attacked by nine men at 3
3'cl.s k yesterday in.. ruing. It bad been left
angiiar.hal. The military are now iu posses
non of the town, and no further trouble is
fxpected. There was no riot. Kluctt and
Bill llopi, w ith Brewer, incited the murder
f Kiinlnll. Ja. ks.iu was arrest.sl coming
jut of the swamps in which Brewer, Wade
Rfoi-d, John Koford, Tom Muller, desper-a-lo
negroes, w-ere but He was thought to
have iss-n with them when the whites were
The whipping and the attack on the jail
were by lai tli-s most of whom do not live in
J.-ssup. The desperadoes in t he swamps will
pnlblr escape, although hounds are ou
The Troops Just Too I ate.
When the jail was attacked early yester
day morning the military wore about half a
mile distant. I'.v t lie tune a detachment of
rr.p reached the jail the mob had disap
peared, le .ving the dea l bodies of tbe ne-gr.-s
Jackson and Hopps in their cell. The
commander of tbe military had suggested to
the mayor that soldiers guard the jail, but
the mayor sui.l the sheriff could prefect the
prisoners. The Georgia Hussars returned
here yesterday. The Brunswick company
remaiuson duty by request of the mayor.
The Hussars say that the trouble is over.
They sav hundreds of colored peopU were
taken into the houses of leading white citi
sens, and protcted from danger, remaining
Mill Apprehensive of Attack.
A Jcosup dispatch to The Morning News.,
dated 6 p. in., says Mayor Hobos has called
a public meeting to take steps to defend the
town. It is believed the negro desrado
Brewer and a large force of m-groes are near
the tow n ready lor a night attack. Citizens
are arming to aid the Brunswick Riflos if
necessary. A sisx-ial tram was run out to
brick vards, w here Brewer wa reported to
be, aud a d.tachmcut of arnied mcu were
sent out as scouta.
A White Man Responsible.
Mayor Hobb had received word from
Brunswick that Ryan, the white man ac
cused of instigating the trouble, was in
Brunswick, but the mayor will not take
steps to bave Ryan brought back. There is
still great excitement iu the country around
Jessup, lmt affairs will prohal.lv quiet down
The Fight at the Swamp.
When the urgroes left the si -cue of the first
fijht they went directly to tbe swamp, un
der the leadership of Brewer. Tbey were all
armed, and when the pursuers were at close
range the negroes turned hsiso npou them.
The Iii ing was so iinenps-ted that it threw
tlie jairty into consternation, from w hich it
recovered only when the meuils-isi haj placed
a safe distance between them aud tbeswamp.
At a safe distance from the swamp the
whites, counting their strength, found that
tbey were two short of their original enroll
ment. Tsvo of the White Shot.
The two men missing were N. C Wood
and William Wood, nephew and uncle. The
uninjured started lack to rescue their fallen
comrades, but the instaut they did so the ne-gr.s-s
in the swamp o-ncl tire again. The
sh.s.ting was so rapid that the whit were
coin. lle. to fall back, leaving their coin
viions upon the Held at the mercy of th
negroes. This was alsmt 2 o'clock, and un
til a o'cls-k the Messrs. Wood remained lying
troou the ground.
An Attack with Reinforcements.
Is the meantime other towns sent armed
delegations, so that by evening the town was
protis-tcd by 2i) armed men under command
of the mayor and CapL Gordon. Before
that time, however, the JcsMip folks had
lieeu r-inforcisj from the neighboring towns,
and started atrain for the swamp to recover
their dead. Tbe negroes opem-d fire again as
the advance came in sight, but seeing that
the party w as a largo one retired. When tbe
whites reached the Messrs. Wood they fouud
oueduad and the other desperately wounded.
The Negro nb Bremer.
For three years a reward has lieen banging
over the head of Brewer. He is a tall, pow
erful negro, w hose home U in Telfair county.
Brewer kilbsla negro three years ago and
then took to tlie bushes. The year alter the
killing Brewer made his upM-aransj near
McUue and 0nly defied the officers. Ho
was armed with a Winchester rifle and a
brais" of pistols aud uieuly asserted that ho
would never Iw taken alive. At that time
Telfair had a sheriff w bo was just as brave
as Brewer was d.sperate The sheriff's uume
was Melton, au.l whun be beard of Brewer's
presence be started on a still bunt.
A Brush with the Mherin. '
lu a few days he encountered tho negro.
The tight was detpcrutu, lasting three hour
and covering several uiilcs. The uegrosut
ceeded iu getting away with only a slight
wound, but the tight taught him prudeuce,
and suns? then he has never bocu in Telfair.
He came to Wayne, and for two years his
robberies, thieving, and defiance of law have
been notorious. Soon after tbe tight be
tween Sheriff Mcltae and thu negro are
ward was offered for the outlaw's arrest.
Then officers K-gau a scorch, but the negro
w as as sharp as be w aa desperate, and care
fully kept himself beyond reach.
Ten Now Reported Killed.
Laivn. The most reliable information ia
that ten eoph have been killed at Jessup,
namely: Barnhill and Wotsls, by Brewer;
Anderson (white) accidentally ; Jackson and
Hopps, iu jail; Fluett (coloredi, ou the
rrreet, and two vrhite and two negroes
whose names, ar not given.
Tbe coroner jury yesterday aftemoou
rendered a verdict charging tike negro.-
Brewer aud Iloford w ith the murder of Mar
shall Barnhill and young Woods. As to the
killing of tbe u-gr.s in the jail tbe Jury re
turned a verdict, -'killed by parties un
known." WAS SHE BURIED ALIVE T
A Strang Caae of Trance ia aa
CtHKA.v, Ills., liex;. 27 Mrs. William
North was buried Wednesday, after having
beeu three times declared dead and twice
brought out of a trance. Mrs. North died,
as was supposed, about 11 o'clock Saturday
night, and was placed in a shroud. Some of
tbe neighbors suspected from the appearance
of the body that she was not dead. Dr. Fos
ter fouud the woman was till alive. The
temperature of the body at points seemed
normal, while in others the flesh had the
coldness of death, and the pulse beat thirty
time a minute.
Twice Brought Bark to I. Ife.
Through the effort of Dr. Foster and
others the woman was finally brought out of
the trance-like state aud was able to converse
but not to describe any sensations experi
enced while in tho trauoa, though she waa
perfectly conscious of
Kunaay night she was a second time declared
.1.....J 1 1S ..... . .
uenu uy ut. cam, out an examination by
others aatistied them it lmt r.ii,i;.,
of the previous night's occurrence and tba
woman was again resuscitated, only to again
lapse into a state of insensibility on the fol
lowing night at about the same hour.
Friends worked over ber until Wednesday
Without avad- and m feJw- -I . nr.
conBciouaneas appearing, she was buried
Wednesday afternoon. The case has caused
Disastrous Earthquake la Slellr.
Komi, Dec. 27. A severe abock ot earth
quake occurred at Aura la, B icily, yester
day, throwing dowsMnm twnaeaana oury-
ing their faxmatekl
te -neneam tee-ruins.
HUNTING THE WOLF
Good Sport in the Bear Creek
4. TWO-DAYS' CHASE OF VAEMDTTS.
Th fcpoll of th Huntsmen Comprise
a Big Panther, fl Wolves and Tea
foxes Hundreds of Horsemen Join ia
the Drive Whlrh Forces a Couple of
Deer to Break Cover Twenty Coon
Carthage, Ills., Dec. 27. The grand wolf
and fox hunt of Bear Creek and St Albans
sportsmen is at its height. The chase was
begun early Wednesday morning, and when
the hunters rounded up at noon yesterday
the proceeds of the haul were ten foxes, six
wolves, a pawner, aud over twenty raccoons.
Then the bugle was again sounded, and a
couple offln deer are promised the relent
less huntsmen before they abandon tbe sport.
Silas Lineberger, of Augusta, a pioneer
hunter and trapper, learniug that tbe wolves
and foxes bad tcome numerous in western
Hancock county, came over to Basco with
his packs of full-blooded and well-trained fox
bouuds on Christmas Eve.
The Keginn Hunted Over.
Preparations were at ouce made for one
of the grandest fox an.i wolf drives known
to the skirling fraternity of Illinois. Bear
creek is an unruly stream tint meanders
through western Hnu.-ock and northern
Adams counties. It traverses a heavily
woixled country, end its banks are thickly
lined w ith heavy un.lci brnh. This is where
foxes and wolves bide, and it was rumored
that larger and more ferocious game lurked
in the vicinity. Alsmt 100 men on horseback
started out b.-hin. as many loiylng dog
Wediu-sday morning. The littie village of
Basco turned out its inhabitants to witnns
the mount. The air was filled with the
shouts of men and the deejetoned baying of
bounds. Kive beautiful foxes were holed,
snd a number of wolves were seen, but as
tlict j w as a lack of firearms in the arty
none of these beasts were killed.
Preparing for ItrVr' Wolf.
Christinas night w a ss-nt on the Kinks of
Beaver creek, aud the camp fires attracted
hundreds of neighboring farmers, who re
solved to join iu the chase. Yesterday morn
ing t he crowd had reached such large pro
portions that old Si Lineberger resolved to
divide them into squads. This was dona.
Affer an early breakfast two squads of men
were allow ed to carry shot-guns and rifles and
were delegated to sweep the thickest part of
the Bear creek creek bottoms. Jame Long,
the well known hunter and trapper, led them
and they started ahead of the ethers. Other
squads led by the dogs galloped an ay in dif
A I'anther Breaks Cover.
One squad was head's) by Jim Long. They
were rushing wildly through a heavy clump
of haiel brush at the edge of heavy timber
when a wild shriek startled all the party save
Lon. "Roy, a panther," he shoute.1. "Look
to your cuns." No sooner bad he uttered
these words than an immense panther
emerged from the underbrush and with
wild leaps rwvpt Ly the squad of hunters,
and in an instant the guns were leveled and
a volley of buckshot riddled the big cat's
bi le. He was a lsssuty and a monster.
The Grand Itnnnd-t'p.
At noon y.sr-r.lav the party ate diuner on
the south fork of Bear cieek. There was a
grand roun.l-u of hunters, and the haul con
sisted of t.-n f ixes, six wolves, a panther.and
ats.ut twenty coons. At 4 o'cl.s k yesterday
afternoon the dogs sturted d.s-r, and were
coursing iu the direction of Has.-... As the
dogs had been hard pressed since early
Wednesday morning, it is thought the deer
will escajie to the Mississippi river aud reach
the w il.ls of Missouri.
Tributes to H. W. . ra.lt.
Atlanta. Ga., Dec, 27. The citizens of
Atlanta paid tribute to the memory of Heury
W. tira.lv I.y a public meeting at Degive's
pi'ra house yesterday, presid.sl over by the
mayor, and at " Inch addresses vx ere deliv
ers 1 by many of the most pronnncnl eople
of the city. The oN-ra bouse, which was
crowded lo overflow mg, was la-autifully dec
orated w illi fl.iwcrs ami emblems of mourn
ing Kuiogies acre 'pronoun. a-1 I.y Hon.
I ali-u k Walsh, of Augusta; Hon. Ben
jamin Hill; Hon Julius Btvwu, Crovernor
Gordon aud others. ,
Boodlrrism at St. Louis.
St. Lor is, Dec. '.'7 It was said last night
that Circuit Attorney Culver ha-s evidence
strong enough to main- a case against one of
the members of the council who voted for
the boodle gas bill. Two other charges also
came out yesterday, Ixith from tbe boodle
headquarters. They are that a m.-iiilasr who
voted against the bill revived rlO,H.l from
the gas trust, au.l that the same offer was.
made to oue of the combuie w ho voted for
the bill, but he refused it.
AN IOWA COLLEGE DESTROYED.
Th Yteatcru College at Toledo Burned
to the (.round.
Cidar lUriDS, Ia , Dec. 27. At 1:45
o'clock yesterday morniug fire broke out in
the main building of the Western college, at
Toledo, aud as a high wind from the north
west w as prevailing at tlie time the entir
structure was consumed before the flames
coiil. 1 Is- checked. All that w as saved was a
part of tlie library and the eoutents of the
treasury. The loss is it's 1.0 O. nit h insur
ance of 22,.Vki only. The cit iz.-ns i.f Toledo
held a meeting yesterday nftern.sMi, and
t.x.k steps for the immediate erection of a
new building. The school w ill go on aa
Opluions oa the Tariff.
Washinctox Crrv, lav. 27. The tariff
hearings to la? giveu by the ways and means
committee of the house to interested j .art lea
concerning the duties on a variety of articles
acre begun yesterday. The committee was
called to order atsiut IO:3o o'clock by Chair
man M. Klnkay Metals, ores, aud coal, th
first articles ou the list, were takeu up, and
fifteen gentlemen gave their va-ws, all, with
ono ex.-eptiou, Mr. Tols-y, of Massachusetts,
manufacturer of iron and steel, de
c'.ariug for the retention a.f the
duty. Mr. Tobey was for free iron and
coal. Among the western interest heard
was the Wei-tern Iron Ore association, of
the Lake Superior district, represented by
George H. Kly, who favored the retention of
the duty ou iron. Mr. K. Sessions wanted
the importation of silver ore from Mexico
checked, as did Representative Bartiuie, of
Nevada. Thtate are the ore that come iu a
lead, but have a good jiercentage of silver iu
Englishmen Bargaining for Breweries.
Kansas CiTV. Slo., K. 27. Col a F.
Scott and David Wat ney, president of tbe
Watuey Brewing company of London, were
here yesterday to negotiate for tbe purchase
of one or more Kansas City breweries. It
is said upon good authority that they made
an offer of 1,150,UOO for the J.J. Heim
brewery, and deposited 05,IJ0 in a local
bank to clinch the bargain should Mr. Heim
accept. Tbe ownera of the breweries' here
have entered into an agreement not to sail
their plant under certain stated sums.
President Harrison Ooes Hunting.
Aqi-ia Creek, Va., Dec 27. -President
Harrison and party, who left Washington
on Mr. Bateman's yacht yesterday after
noon for a duck hunting excursion on the
Potomac, anchored off Richland for several
hours. The president and party came
ashore, and after looking around and ob
taining information as to game, returned to
the yacht, w hich started for. a point near tbe
Case Against J. C. New lalamlaaed.
India hatous, Ind., Dec. 27. The case of
William Need ham and others of the Indian,
Banking company against John C. New and
John C. Wright was dismissed yesterday by
Judge How laud, who sustained a plea in
abatement. The case has beeu on the docket
for live years aud is one of the justly oeW
berated civU suits of ceutral Indiana. It was
a bauk stock case.
Tbe Iuflueuia oa Shipboard.
LoNOo.t, Dec. 27. The United States war
ihip Enterprise arrived at Gibraltar yester
day. Several of ber officer and crew were
suffering from influenza and tbe ship was
consequently quarantined, whereupon she
Dlsarpeared oa Christmas K I flit.
Lowell, Mass., Dec 27. Mis Sarah P.
Nichols, a weU-fcnown society lady, disap
peared Wednesday night She went out to
post a letter, and has not been seen since.
In her room was a note, saying: "Forgive
The Illinois State Teachers' association
opened its tbirty-eixth annual convention at
Bprizurneia l nursday morula g.
Latest Styles and the most
lac. Curtain Stretchers
Will Save voa Money, Time and LaTior
EvkY 1 loL'Stt KEETK R bllOl LO UavC UMftJ
any l.uly .u oer.u ihctiu
For Sale By
Natural gas has lieen discovered at Red
field, Spink county, S. D.
St. 1'aul will have no ice palace thii win
ter, so the carnival directors have decided.
Tbe Engineering News, of New York, says
that 5,0ux miles of railway have been bull in
this country during 1S, the bulk of it being
done in the south.
E. M. Lord, water works superintendent
of Mt Vernou, Ind., is charged with the em
bezzlement of tl.Trtiof thecviiipaut'money,
which he lost at janker.
The Pittsburg Southern Coal company, a
syndicate of river coal ojieratora;, has con
clude.! to dissolve, because some of the mem
bers did not keep faith.
A pang of toughs on Christmas Eve
(rouged out an eye of City Marshal Smith, ot
lndu-tiy. Ills., and othe.'.ise injured him so
that he will probably die.
John P. Jones aud William H. Palmer, of
Bangor, Pa., blew out the gas before going
to led in a hotel at Bethlehem, Pa., and
were found dead neKt morning.
Tbe ooroncr of Cook county, IilinnW, says
that iV) peopie have lost their lives during
the past year in Chicago ami vicinity by be
ing run dnwn by railway trains.
Speaker Reed was ill during tiie first part
of this week ov ing to the work if arranging
tbe committees of the bouse. He was out ol
the house Thursday for the first time.
Charles H. Hacklev, a wi-althy lumber
man of Muskegon, Mich., Wednesday pre
sented that city $15,(W0 to be used in ths
erection of a soldiers' monument there. , i
Zaalberg's immenss carpet manufacturing !
works at ley den, Holland, were deRtrovajd ;
by fire Thursday. The low is very heavy, j
and a large number of ojsm ative are throws
out of work.
The University of Odessa, Russia, has been ,
i i ... . i
cioseu, owing to tne discovery of the fa.-t
that a number of tbe students were Nihilists
aud were actively enagl iu spreading the
A burglar entered the house of Win. Nara
niore, of Rochester, X. Y.,We.lne.lay night
and robtird it of fsisl worth of articles, most
ly wedding presents. Mr. Xaramore waf
At Springfield, Mass , Thursday morning.
John Basseite, a nnil-hmi.l, killisl Ins if,
with an ax and inflicte.1 on himself wounds
from which he will prolmbly die. TLe couplf
had six grown-up chihiren. "
Merchandise exjiorts from the I'nited
States during XnvetnlaT were valued at $iC,
Oa).8t, against fTr..::T(.t;;i in Xovemhrr,
1SKS. lniK.rts were "JMHl7,17a, against
trkt.STti.TSli m Noveiulier, IssS.
Nathan L. R..l.iiis.itn.vi-1-sivr in the Amos
keag nulls, at Manchester, X. 11.. during tl.e
st twenty yearn, roi-.itiiitt.sl suicide Thurs
day by shooting himself through the hen..
No reason is ms-u-.j,-. i.,r il.e M,-t
llr. Kran.-s K. 11. Her. of Wilmington,
Mass., is builoiii; a i;iiu..!..imi for her sell
aud husUand. v l.i.-li, n ith the caskets, sar
cophagi HI..I roU-s, will s.st when is.u..!etis.l
eVi.Ksl. Mr, liilter is worth kVsi.iiu. and
tier death r-.U-s w ill .-..-I c- .0 0.
A uuitu-Christiii.i- iliiui -r wus gs,-'uin
Kunetiil hull. Ik.-too. V .'Juts Is v l'ir it'iflr
were liiiudi-tsis ol li nntjn.. i iy,,i,N Mnd
gNls. un.l eneh ..lie l.s.l roust turkey. i 't
toes, ts.i n. c.if.s-. li.in.v .ie a..d In.ii. The
giver of the tmiiiu.-t wjs ll.s.re Parn r. a
reformed t.ui .lir una uu:iil.'' r. and the
master of .-ei.-monies was IVv A I', i.'iffor.l,
w ho delivered a lecture Ki'.tv-thre - of tht.
guests asked tbe clergy nmi. i ray lor them
au.l i-io ot th. in sitiie.t a pledge ii . i to .Irinl.
int.jli. uijts for a year.
1 HE MARKfc. r a
Chi. io. Iks-. SS
Viiotatloiia ou the Umr.l ol tr..le K.-.tay wer
a follows: Wheat N... 1 U-, . inUr, oi.-n.-rl
r:1'. l. ratal "7. ; .talillari . oi- ue.l "!,
cloned ".740; May, u-m-1 K.'ie, (1. -.-I IJJ,-..
Corn-N. S lH-criuUcr. on-nr I oP-vc. tlnsed
81ft4C; Jaouarv. u(a-iie.t ;ih.-, , l.aatsi Jaiai.-:
Ma, oiud a-.'-e. 1 losed ; -. Oats No. S
Iteoeuibrr. opened -. 1 losej Januarv,
oiwned antc, rl.rH-d iig.- May. oneiied i.ni-,
closed ZH . I'ork -January, opened i.l"i
closed .oj; J-V-bruary, o-eneJ 17V,
tiloaed Jlt.l ; May, ui.eJ i'.i i... closed ICisAj
Lard-Jauuary. opeuai i ..aj, closed kisria,.
Live tiuck. Kullowiait were the quotations
at the Cnton Stock yards: Hs Market
opened active and firm: prices ayioc lower;
light grades, aj..'i0.;.;o rongu packing, tvi.r
(M-a.50: mixed lota, t i..ri0l.70-, heavy packhift
and abippin lots. $.1.55 .'l.ru. Cattle Market
atrady. rather slow; beeves, .T&.nu: hulk,
3.)ft3.ll; stocken and feeders, Ji.OOiHI.U':
eowsi, and mixed, Jl.a)il2.nu. Sheep Market
stMuly; muttons. taiJai.fiO. bulk, $4.'aJi.lO;
iaiub, ti.Wi.l i.
Prmlace: , Butter-Fancy Elgin creamerv.
aianc per lb: linest dairy, Sl.t'ac: packing
tock. Tilte. Eggs Strn-tly fresh; 21&!o per
Ou; lc bouse, Liii.lv. lav pun. try Hens, tic
per lb; turkeys, Oc; duck, te: i.sjwe, ( '
perdos. PotatuM Beauty of Hebron. 36 uw
per ba. on track: oommon aui mixeil lot. Si
-c Appie vaooa to fancy, fl-i..V!
bbl. Crwnherri Wtauoosm, i.ajZ.7 1
Nw Yona. Dee. .
Wheat No. S red winter cash, eo'ac: do
January, btlV; do March, S8c. Corn-No. i
mixed ras.i, sic. do December, St'te; do Jan
nary. BWic Oat.-Dnll; No. z mixed cash.
V: do January. V: do February, Sxuc-
Pork Dull, isird Steady.
iJvesWk: t'attle-Xo trading in beeves;
dratwed laf iu fnir demand; native aide &ir
711- . Shei-pand Lanibs-Bbeep closed dull
at a reduction equal to.l4e V ; lamti about
steady at a like reduction: sheep, .&: ib i
M lauiUa. .-,.J5u7 Hw-Nominally
dull; hve h.s, i.l.7.Viil.lo t 1m
57 rpland prairie. 7 OSciST.tj
Bay Wild. 45 t2f t im
Oora--OldS8c4t30r. Nrw flcG8.
Ool aortii:aa, ss On
Ooei Wooe-Oak. JH; Hickory, t ft
A New York achool teacher compelled
Wld to be real
good, to write the word "Chicago" l 200
time as a punishment- -
a I a,
attracti-e prices combined make
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1622 SECOKTD -A."VE3STTJE,
STOVES AND RANGES
IMPERIAL ALADDIN RANGE for Soft Coal
Th ., t , ,A,LADDIN VENTILATOR for Hard Coal.
1 1 Most design of the loot; series of ALAnniV ?tovr ti.;. i. k. , ,i
buy nr other. U "8 V1Dla ,or afUr
I .lave of course a supply of the celebrated ROUND OiK
f lh" "Kh? copied as far as ,hev date or nLcrutu
don t he .lereived-bu, the Round Oak-made by P. D. Ilck-' l
agent for shove roods as well . .,. L
-o ,.,uci ursusuic ((ions, uirosi'. t'c
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third avenue and Twentieth St . Ifock lelaml.
love Sto rf
1605 Second Avenue.
Fur lined tilove. and MitteDS, Fine French Castor sj.tim; top .t!ovi s. Kussiau
. alf and tine Colt skin Olovea. These (Mods arc just made especially
fur our home trade. Very large assortment of Fur Gloves.
. . Robes and Trimmings of nil kinds.
Ladies and Gents' Fur Sette. Fur work of all kiu.U made to order aud repaired.
Sion of the Red Glove, west of Market fqusre.
FOR BRFAKFAST, LUNCH, DINNER, AND ALL TIMES.
THE HEALTHIEST AND THE BEST.
Paris Exposition, 1SS9 I gStSDMJg-
ONCE USED, NEVER WITHOUT IT
ASK FOR YELLOW WRAPPER.
For aal. Es-erjrwher.
fUPJwrr rmt'er- .-.-r,..
A. J. SMITH & SON,
Call and see out stock and compare our goods and
A. J. SMITH 6c SON,
- W5 "d 127 Wert 8".. pp. Muonlc Temple. DAVENPORT.
trade a great success at the
No. 1623 Second Avenue.
Tt:. has been
piiTlH-s. till t
I sit !he s.i.'e
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