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u- 23. -- .l.Jy THE CRITIC IS SERVED BY CARRIERS AT 30 OBNTS A MONTH. ADVERTISEMENTS oir "Help Wantef ani " Situations Wantefl" PUBLISHED FREE. TWENTY-THIRD YEAR KO. 7,002 . WASHINGTON, D. O., WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY Id, 18!1. PRICE TWO OI3NT3. - '"B ht 4T 4r SI'KCIAT, KOTIOII9. T HE WASHINGTON' LOAN AND TIIU8T COMPANY. Temporary OMccs: Comer Tenth and P streets northwest. Under Act ot Congress Approved October 1. IKK). BnWert to tho Supervision ot tho Hupremo Court ot tho District ot Columbia nnd tho Comptroller ot the Currency, CAPITAL.. .fl,000,000 Ile'celTM deposits and allows Interest ou bal ances. Issues certlflcRtcs ot deposit. r Acts ns Executor, Administrator, Onardlan, Trustee, llecelver, Assignee, Committee ot tho rtite ot Persons Non Compos Mentis and other business ot a fiduciary character, ESTATES MANAOED. 1NTKRX.ST and DIVIDENDS collected for customers WITHOUT CHAItOE. Ousrnnteed Investments furnished. Notes, secured by deed of trnst, for sale. Money loaned on tlrst class collateral security and on real estate. Our new building, at the corner ot Ninth and T streets, Is being fitted nn with Safo Deposit 'Vaults unsurpassed tor safety and convenience, HnAiMAnD II. Wxmin, President. loan Jor Edsot, Vice-President, Wm. D. Ilomsov, Secretary. War. U. Q until-, Treasurer. directors: JoatfB. LAnNEn, JonK T. Arms, Cnxs. B. BiiLir, Cum. H, UAKtn, James L. IUnnoun, Oeoiioe E. lUmoL, Jl.H. Cduminos, J. J, DAtlLINOTOK, John Jot Edson, Joiim A. Hamilton, Alsekt T. ox, O. C. Greiv, OEonoB F. BciiArrrt, N. II, Shea, Tiio9. HoMrnviLLi, Jonv A. 8 wort, J. 8. SWOnMSTEDT, OrjonaE TnuEjDELr,, 11. II. WAniEn, ClIAS, B. WllKINSOt, A. A. Wasov, L. D. Wine, Wm. II, di'MET, S. W. Woomv Ann, A. 8, WoniutNOTOM. ilellllin -VlTlCE OP THE 31U1 UAL 1'IIIE INSUIl J nnre Company of tho District of Colum bia, Washington, January 3, ltai. 'lho annual meeting of tho Mutant Fire In surance Company ot tho District of Cnluinola will be held on thoTHIUD MONDAY IN JAN UAHY, 1K)1, the 10th Instant, at the onice ot the company, corner of l'ennsjlvanla avenue iindMntli street northwest, commencing at 9 o'clock a. m. .,,... llv Mm rhnrter ot the comnnnv the election ot feven managers, to constitute n board to con duct the affairs of the company, Is required to too held at the abovo meeting. Bj the sixth article of tho by laws ot tho com pany It Is provided: "At the annual meeting of the company the llrst business In order shall bo the appointment of a chairman, who shall con duct the meeting and election In accordance with tho act of Incorporation, between tho liours of 0 o'clock a. m. and u p. m." Amount ot premium notes held by the coinpanj $2,120,111 00 Cashou hand , 7,811 tt Hecurltlos infl M Iteal estate 71,000 00 Ofllce turnlturo nndflxtures 000 00 losses by lire for tho year 1890, ad- Justed and paid . , lMJIOT The annual statement will uSlcftdy roTUIs Irlhutlon at thooDlceot the co-njnuy by tho 15th Instant. J. WESLEY BOlELElt, nn3t Secretary. -REMOVAL I I1IE NATIONAL UNION INSURANCE COMPANY Is now located In Us new oDlce, NO. 013 T STREET NORTHWEST. OrriCERS! HENRY O. TOWLES, President. CHARLES B. BAILEY, Vice rresldeut, NOBLE I). LAltNER, Secretary. CHARLES N. LARNER, Asst. Bcc'y. TEMOVAL. . EASTON & RUPP, Stationers, orner l'ennsjlvanla ave, and Thirteenth St., Hate removed to 411 Eleventh street n. w Opposite Star Office. de-SXhn rpo THE PUBLIC I In Making Contracts for Brickwork, JOSEPH W, COLLINS, SIMP street northwest, wants to advise the public that he Is still contracting tor all brick work. PrompUattentlon to work guaranteed, dcc33 lm BARUEIt & ROSS, Eleventh and Q streets. Announce the following Bargains tor ONE WEEK ONLY: Rogers' Teaspoons 03c per set Ordinary Price $153 per set Stag Haudlo Carvers, f ullyjguaran. teed ft S3 per pair Ordinary price..,.. $1,30 per pair Crown Fluting Machine fj 30 each Ordinary price..,,, $3 each Old Reliable Clothes-wringer $1.73 each Our Entire Lino ot Scissors at 10 Per Cent. Discount, Coalllods, 10 Inches ,,,...,, ,30c Ordinary price ,.,,l)0c Also a Tiill Line ot Gas and OU Stoves, Felt, Weather Strips, Furniture Han dles and Mechanics' Tools. HARDER & ROSS, HARDWARE AND CUTLERY, Opposite Boston Dry floods House, oi21 j? OR AMERICAN WINKS Place Your Order With the TO KALON WINK COMPANY, Reputation Estnu.Ishcd, Quality Guaranteed. Salesrooms, Git fourteenth street u, w, novM JOHN DALY, Drliklayer and Contractor, 1330 Pennsylvania avenue northwest, Wants to advise the public that Brickwork ot Ecry Description will receive Prompt Atten tion at his hinds. Boiler Betting and Bakers' Ovens a Specialty, novDl NPKOI AT. NOTICKS. E. VVWKINS, BAM'J, II. IlUCK, JA8.SULUV.IK. AY ATKINS, BUCK & CO , INVESTMENT UANKEI19, GLOVEIt BUILDING, T" &TEEET NOIITUWEST, WA9IIINaiON,D. C. llrnnch onicc: tTIATrANOOtlA. TENN. tsrNEw yonic NECTIONS. AND LONDON CON- Will negotiate purchase and silt ot bonds, stocks and other properties. INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS. al3 lm r ROM PURE CURIOSITY NOTHING ELSE. I.ANDOVER PARK. In order to ascertain certain tacts, tho owner ot a certain etj valuable plcco of property, within Ave miles ot Wash. Inglon City, will offer the same toraalo tit lho EXTRAORDINARY LOW PRICE Or $30 PER LOT. Tho property lies alongside tho Bal timore and Potomac Railroad. ONE MINUTE TROJI STATION. Is beautifully situated and equaTto any piece ot property In and around Washington, If you have a horse and buggy, drive ont to LANDOVER PARK and take a look for yourself. Or yon Gin tako the 15 03 1 RAIN on the Baltimore and Potomac Rail, road and get thero In a tew moments, T his Is NOT A MONEY-MAKINU SCHEME, ns the lots are actuillj worth $230 at any time, , REMEMBERI ONLY 53 LOTS WILL BE SOLD AT THE ABOVE PRICE. ' Alter that the) arc S530 EACH, AND NOT A CENT LE3S, Pull particulars bOUrilEHN LAM) EXCHANGE, II nnil 13 Atlnntlc Building. RODERT E. CLARKE & CO , General Managers. dcll-tt OFl'ICE OP THE COMMISSIONERS. DIS trlct of Columbia, Washington, I). C, Jan. 10, 1801 Sealed Proposals will be re ccneil nt this olllco until noonot JANUARY 3T, 1H01, to furnish the District ot Columbia tno aerial turn table trucks. A list ot required ad ditional attachments and equipments will be furnished upon application at this olllco. The right to reject any and all bids and ptrts ot bills Is rrsertcd. J W. DOUOLAS, J. W. ROSS, II. M. RODERr, Commissioners ot the District of Columbia. ' Jnl'JCt CHARTERED BY CONGRESS 1818, FRANKLIN INSURANCE CO, Of Washington, D. C. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $003,000 00 lies ncver-contcstPd a Joss by Arc, but always makes prompt and liberal adjustments. DR. DANIEL B. CLARKE, Prcst. OEO. E. LEMON, VIce-Prest. ClIAS. S. BRADLEY, Trcas. I. TENWICK YOUNG, Scc'y. WILL P, BOTELErt, Ass't Bcc'y. del Dm At-HIONEE'fl H LE 01' VALIKIH.E HEAL KSTA IE BELONGING 'lOTHELSl'AlE OP OEO, I. HILL. I will sell atprhate sale the tollowlngreal estate: Lot 8, In square S07, Improved by three story and basement brick duelling, No. 1J13 F street norths est. Also on undivided one halt Interest In parts ot lots 10 and 11, In square 4J, improved by four story and basement brick dwelling, No, 601 E stiect northwest. Special attention la called to this property as affording an oppor tunity for an ln cttmcu tin valuaulo business property. Also tub lots 151, 113, 127 and 123, In squire EC'), Improied by four two story and basement brick dwellings, being Nos. 703,703,703 and 711 blxth street uorthcuat, 1). S. MACKALL. Assignee Geo. I. Hill, tf 110 1 mil street n, w. rMrORTANT NOTICE GAS CONSUMERS, For the convenience ot persons living In the eastern and western sections ot the city, ar. rangements have been made by which they can pay their gas bills during .banking hours at the NATIONAL CAPITAL UANK OR THIS WEST END NATIONAL DANK, Bills paid after the 8th ot each month will not bo entitled to the discount ot S3 cents per 1,000 cubic feet, WASHINGTON OASLiaHT CO, nov20 tt THE WEST END NATIONAL HANK. Nineteenth at. and Pa, ave., Washlugtou, D, O, decll-ly Hl'KCIAr. KOTICICS. A MEETING OP THE S100KIIOLDP.US of tho Washington and Georgetown Hall vn) lompanyfor the election nt directors will bo held at the ofllrn of the company, George town, on WLDNLSDAY, tho litis day of Janu ary, 1W1. '1 he polls will be opened at 10 a. m, and closed nthlm. Trnnsrer books wlllbecloied on the 7th ot January, IS"!, and openol ou January 1 1, IHni. II 11UU1', President. C. 31. hOONI'S, Bocrelatj. dc.'J lit rfVxA TO HIE PUI1LIC. Having retired from tho tlrm of EMMONS Illton N, I take idcaiuio In Informing my friends and tho public that I cin be found at my onice, Mil Tenth street northwest, where I am conducting a general ltKAli L3TATE, LOAN and INSURANCE BUSINESS. Prompt and personal attention given to atl milters placed In my hands. Respectfully, JAMES P. BROWN, COI Tcuth street n.w. Telephone Call, dTT-J. nov fOIl HALE-HOUSE AND PREMISES NO. i linMass. atc.n. wj price of property, $iiu; terms eas), jimress, forlhrtlcnlars, SAMUEL MADI)O,40!L1. ave, Ja10-et COVERNMENTGOSSIP TiinllNoni'fl5IoviMrvT8, Tholtniigcr left fun .lose do Ountcinnla jctcrday lor (Joriiite, Nlcaragm. Gom-to Tim WrsT iMiirn. Tho Iritn-lug-ship Portsmouth sailed from Norfolk jestenlay for tho West Indies. MANV OFFICM.S Hi M'HTTHl. Tho bill n hlcli passed thoScnato yesterday to tram mel olllccrs of tho Army from tho limited to tho unlimited list of the retired list, will, as f tated In lho committed rciiort, rc Milt In lho linmcdlato transfer of ninety olllccrs, nnd In placing; fifty of the sixty olllccrs now eligible for retirement on the liuutcu list, ConnrcTFD Crises IIui.letin. A census bulletin has been prepared by Suiiorlii tendent I'ortcr showing tho popiilition of the United States according to tho Klevciith Census 03 llnully determined, embracing tho corrections mado since the rough count. This official count places tho ngp ulatiou of tho United btutcs and its Terri torks at C2,0JJ,!SQ. DrvwDACK on Num. Secretary Win dom has decided that n drawback should bo allowed on nails mado from imported material nnd used in domestic lumber manufactured into boxes or cases used ns cocringsforoxtiortcd articles. Tlio Secretary also decided that private- sciioow arc not entitieit to tuc priMiego oi mo entry oi uoous, maps, etc. Cm ii n ox tuk 1'kiiuknt. Among tho President's callers to-day wero tlio Attor nc -General, Senator Ulscnck, lteprescnta tlo Ocrt with Jtr. William Kerns, Mr. frank Johnson and Jlr. 1'rftiikSwenson ot Illinois, CoIoik 1 llrady, I'eteniberg, Va ; General Kant. U, S. A.: Representatives WatU-, Henderson, Hall, I.iml, Ray, Wil ton, Moiey, I.elcr and llutterworlh. Xmii OnDnts. Passed Assistant Kn clneer G. P. I.umsdeu, ordered to duty on board tho Ajax and other monitors, Rich mond, Yn. Lieutenant Albert JfcrU. ordered from tlio Minnesota to tho Yantlc. Tassed Assistant Surgeon A. G. Cabell, ordered from duty on board tho Iron clads, Richmond, Vn,, to tho Newark. Ahmy Others. Captain 1 Tt. Taj lor, Ninth Canlryj ordered to examination for retirement. First Lieutenant Georgo A, Zlnn granted one month's extension of leave. I'lrst Lleuteuant Graham D. ntch. Corps of JJntslnccrs, ordered to duty at l'ortlrind Orf. l'lrst Lieutenant Chrislophcr W. Ilar- rom grained unco niontii's sick leave. nonFru Mftmliv s Commission-. Kn-Rineer-in-Chlef Mel lllo's commission ns a tlilef L'nplncer in tlio Navy with rank of Commiiuiler lias been handsomely en grossed and signed by tho President, nnd tho officers of tho Knnlnicr Corps on duty In Washington gao him n plc.isanUaur priso this morning by having tho parch ment framed In n liandsomo gold framo and hung up In his olllco In tho Navy De partment. KircTRio I.ioht 1'hm ion Nor.FOiK Naw-Yaru. Illds wero opened yester day afternoon in tlio Ilurcau of Yards and Docks, Navy Department, for an electric light plant for tlio Norfolk Nnvy-Yard. lho rdison General Klectrio Light Com pany of New York submitted four bids on different modifications of tho gpecillci tlons as follow s-S20,200, $10,000, eUVcM) andSlO.100. Tho Western r.lcctric Light Company of Chicago bid 813,070 onlho Department's speclllcatlons, and will bo awarded tho contract. I.ir.UTFJ,VM Wlt-UAMS' J'OMSIIMBNT. Tho court-mnrllal proceedings In tho caso of Tirst Lieutenant William Jf . Williams, Nineteenth Infantry, hao been under consideration by tlio President nnd Secre tary of Wur- Tlio Lieutenant was tried boforo n general court-martial at Colum bus Barracks, Ohio, for contracting debts and falling to pay them. Thocourl found him guilty nnd sentenced him to dis missal trom tlio Army, Tho President, on reviewing tho case, has l educed tho sentinio to fio ycire' nibpenslon, with tho foifi'Ituio of one-fourth of his pay dining that time, I'll; lug CoinpiCc! All l'owci. .1 It Mntlto The Commissioners arc in receipt of tho following letter from Gustnuis Kaiwicse: "Ileferrlug to n recent conversation witli you 1 would resptitfully present for the consideration of jour board tho sub ject of tho introduction of compressed air lor motivo power, etc., in tho city of Washington, Tlio usoof compressed air as a motivo power instead of steam has met with general favor whorc cver it has been Introduced. I refer to Paris us tho most prominent city In which 1 haa had an opportunity to inspect tha sluiplo und successful usoof this power. Iniu Informed that tho samo syptim is in successful operation in tlio cities of Vleiiun and Augsburg. Willi refcienco to Its introduction into tho capi tal of tho United States, I ilcalro to say that tho pilnclpnl plant could ho estab lish! il at somo point on Uock Creek, with machinery for compressing and a receptacle for holding tlio nlr, with an average pressure of 100 pounds to tho Inch, fioni which tho compressed air could ho conducted under tho sidewalks nnd through tho alleys of tlio elty, sup il lug through branches all tho buildings wlioro tho pow or is desired. Itsuso could bo extended for healing in winter and ventilation in Hummer to dwellings, olllces, stores, iichool-homes, etc, "My dclro is to havon company In corporated by an act of Congress for this piupose, and I would respectfully ask such suggestions from von as will cm body youi views In icgard to such an act of iii(orKratIon, In conclusion penult mo to loter to tho fact that In tho Vorty fifth Congress 1 was consulting engineer, and, under tho direction of a committee of tho Senate, I prepared on Illustrated report and iccommciidatioiis on tho saw erngo sjiteni, which were curried Into ciTect." 'lho communication was referred to Colonel ltobcrt for his consideration, To-Mglil'H Great Iluttlc Tho Interest in tho Dcmpsey-riUsIm-moiis light before tho Olyniplo Club in New Orleans to-night is bo wiilo-spread Hint Mr. Scanlan has arranged to recelvo (elegiamsat his billiard-rooms from the Crcitcnt City during tho progress ot tho mill, lllsliop Vincent's Lecture, lllshop Vincent will deliver his lecture, "Tom and His Teachors," ut the Congre gational Church to-night. JIIS3 AUDENIUEI) MARRIED. The C'eieinony 1'ci formed lv Arch tilslinp Corrlgnn lit Nt. Mnttlioiv'. JIIi I'lorcncc JInrlo AtnlcnilcJ wnt married (o Clmrlci SInrlo SuJovII dch 1'orcst, Comitoilo Dhonnoof Dlvomip, l'rniicc, nn ntlatlio o the Trench Lega tion, by Ari'liliMioii Corrlgnn of New York nt fit. JInttlien'8 Cliuri-h this morn Iiir. r.lnburnto prcDnrntldiii litul been tiiiido for the c cut mul the tntcilor of tlic (liitrcb neer presentcil Minora beautiful nnd llisplllnstieeiic. The nltnr was trans fornidl from Hi uiiul n'licct of soere Mmi'lluty to ouo of exiiulsilo beauty mul art. I'io hundred cards of nilmMou to lho churrli had been isiueil, nfipnrenlly nil of which uero accepted, 'lhu nuptial mass, occiii Iii(t about forty-five, mlutilcj, (insseil without n Haw. 'Hio hrlJc was attviulcil by nix lirl Jesmnlih, mid entered the church oil tho nrm of Hccretary Illaiuc, wlio rep rcjentcd the Diplomatic Coi-iki, and Bavo her nw ny. 1 lie groom w ai ulio attended ny six assistants, nmoiiR mcni iMinisicr Houston nnil tlireo brothers of tho Count. THE IIEIZEIt MYSTERY. N Cluo tn lho l'orpolintors of tlio Cilmi) DlNCOvrietl. A new phase of tho Heiztr mjstcry was dcvclocd to-day wlicr tho Information leaked out that the gatcmnu and shi-tlon-Kccper nt lloundary street, on tho Metropolitan llrnnch, saw tlireo men lcao n train known as tlio 7 o'clock "drag water" nt tho point named and Mart for the city. They seemed bewildered and unacquainted with tho ground, according to tluir story, but wero soon lost to sight. Tha train spoken of was thcono from which Hclzcr was thrown. Tliis statement was mado to lho of ficials of the road who aro Investigating tho affair. Agent Ah cy w as seen at tho Baltimore and Ohio depot tills morning by a Came reporter, but ho denied that thero was nny ground for suspecting theso men. "In tho first place It was tho most natural thing in tho world," said he, "for these men tolinvc been merely walking by, and It isprobablothcy had no connec tion w ith tho robbery. "It was thought by somo byslandors that they baw n man ou the platform from which Hel7cr was thrown, Just bo foro tho nlTair is sunKMcd to have taken place. This turned out to have been n brukeman, however. So far, thero Is no cluo to tho perpetrators, if tho robbery wnscoiiimltfed.,f To Fraudulent Intention Shown, In tho Uqulty Court to-day tho caso of Hnnimcrslough ct al vs. Samuel Bleber and Harlman A. Co. was decided by Justice llradlcy, who ordered that tho suit be dismissed. The caso of Hammers lough s. Ilicber has been in the courts for n nuiubur of curs. It appears that In 1883 one Kiuiffman, a icsldentot Wash ington, did mcrcantilo business with the lliuumcrslouglis In Now York nnd abo with tho firm which Samuel Ilicber controlled in llnltlmore, Kuuftimu deshed to secure credit from tho Hum mcrsloughs, and they, upon Weber's rcp roentallon (hut Kaulfmnu's credit was good, gave It to him, Shortly afterward Kauffnian failed, and the nammersloughs lost their money. They then brought suit against Dlcher, claiming that ho had misrepresented KaulTman's credit audls tticrelore liable lor tlioioss. Justice llradley, In giving his opinion, stated that in orcicr for tlio complainants to hold lllobcr responsible it vyas neces sary for them to show that ho had derived somo prollt from his remesentattonof Uauflman's credit, and that ho had mado these representations w 1th fraudulent In tentions. As this was not shown by tho complainants tho case was ordered to be dismissed. Tlio Itcsult of llnil Compaii), Harrison Prince, a colored boy, who came to tow n from Montgomery County, Mil., J csterday afternoon, had Mario Tord, n colored woman, in tho Police Court this morning, charged with petit larceny. Prince met tho woman in tlio vicinity of Thirteenth street und l'ennsjlvanla ave nue, and alter spending twenty-live cents for beer went with her to her home on D street. After leaving the house he found that lie was minus a $5 bill which ho had in his vest pocket, but could not swear positively that the woman took It. .Tudgo Miller dismissed tho caso and told the defendant that tho next time that lie enmo to Washington onlbuslncss that lit. had better keep awuy from thai section ot tho city and also adv Isolds filcnds to do tho tame, Dentil uf ii 'Well-Known Cltlcn. Mr. Andrew McCalluni, general counsel for the Eastern ltallroad Association, died nt his rooms in tho Klchmond lait night. Mr. McCallum had been sick only about a week, and his death was unexpected, and a bcuro shock to his many friends. During tlio first part of last week lie visited Now York to look itfter some pictures which ho had on ex hibition and while thero contracted a cold which resulted in pneumonia. Tha deceased camo to this country In 1801 nnd had no relatives in Ameiica. Ho was a Mason and belonged to several organiza tions His remains will bo placodluii vault until his brother and sister in Scot land can bo heard from. Clicult Cnmt Decisions, The caso of Sigmunil J. lllock against Mary Kelly was decided to day In tlio Cir cuit Court in favor of the plaintiff. The jury returned a vordlcl giving Officer llloek tho possession of tlio property con cerned and also tho rents from the same, 111 tlio cuso ol James If. ltowland vs. Thomas II, Dross, a crdlct was leturned bythojmy, giving tho plalnlllT posses sion of tho property and touts, amount ing to IJG0.G0. An appeal wus noted by tlio defendants. A I'rtimatlou fur Sir. Austin. Mr. James II. Austin, one, of the best known all-round telegraph and news men In Washington, for j ears past con nected with tho telegraphic, sj'steni of the United Press, has been tiunferrcdtotlio uews department of this companj-. Jlr. N . T. A, Hassnn will succeed Mr. Austin. Mr. Grant P. Hawo, formeily of tlio Western Union Telegraph Company, Ins been appointed "speclul'' telegrapher of tlio Unifcil Press, XA unts Slum Cloilnt. lteglstor of Wills Wright 1ms written to tlio Commissioners asking for an appro priation of 51,000 to pay an additional clerk in tho work of repairing the records of tlio Supremo Court of the District of Columbia; also tho great numbor of old wills filed in the olllco to which aro at tached an historical interest, among them being tlio last testaments of Georgo Washington and Notloy Young, 1'iom Wo i ils to llliiiis. Sov cral friends who had been drinking entered Into a discussion qver tho relative merits of Dtmpscy and Titzsimmons, tlio pugilists, nnd finally it grew so warm as tolead to blows. Kdwuid Tyne, who lives ut No. 10il Sixth street bouthwost. was assaulted and hit In tho head with a brick. His wounds weio wcrodrosscd by Dr. Mlddlctou ut tlio Kmcrgciicy Hos pital. Licensed to Weil, Morriago licenses were issued to-day to tho following persons: James S. Addison nnd Anuio S, Mahoucy, Trank J, tltoss of Washington and Slnry 1!, ltlco of New York city, Stephen It. Sinclair und Mary A, Johnson, Charles K, Garner and Louisa 11, llles, Thomas Page and Louisa Carter, James K, Marshall of Fauquier County, Yn., mul Elizabeth Hint ot Washington, THE PKOBLEJH SOLVED. THE INDIANS -WILL SURREXDEU GUARANTEED PROTECT ION. The War Is Over nnil the Savages Heady to do Hie Ilbldhig of Grnrint Miles The Military to bo Oiilcicil Away from the Scene of Conlllct, Omvua, Kni., Jan. 14. A special from Pino lllilge, S. D., saj s; 'lho Indians have f.enl General Miles word that if ho will guarantee them pro tection they will como In and lay down their arms. Although It is unnecessary for tlio General to make any kind of an agreement with them, in the Interest of peace and to prevent bloodshed he has dono co. It is staled on the best of au thority that General Mitts to-day tele graphed General Schoficld that ho could make any disposition ho wanted to of the troops now nt tlio agencj', that other than tho l'lrsl Infantry, their presence hero is unnecessary. Pink Itinoi: Aofncv, S. 1)., Jan, 11 General Miles has triumphed. The great est Indian problem of half n century has wen soivcii. ino commanding general has received tho nbsoluto submisslon.of nil tho chiefs who have been tho disturb ing leaders among tho llrulcs. The reds arc pocketed In n ravine within two miles of tho agcniy, with the troops on all sides of them. Kicking Dear, Short Hull, and TwoStriko now say that the war is over and they arc willing to do just what Miles orders. Tho General has told them thai tu future they will not bo robbed, but ou the other hand they will get absolutely honest treatment al the hands of tlio War Department, represented here by Captain Pierce. Little Wound raiinol get into the agency. Miss Sickles has sent messenger') for him. Ho tells them that the bucks fear that iio would make a compact with General Miles that will lead to their dis armament and slaughter. There will bo probably no light and within forty-eight hours a portion of the military may get orders to move away. General Miles has considered several plans for disarming tlio liostllcs. Thoono which strikes him tlin most favorable is to havo them turn In their arms through their chiefs, ticketed, receive a check for them, then when they want to go hunt ing or killing they can present their checks and get their gnus, and when it is over letiirn them again. Tills would bo a recognition of their property light. Hi ifvv, Mox, Jan. II. Itcporls from Chinook, in Chntcau County, Northern Montana, on the lino of the Great North ern, snv that four families came in vci- teriiny from Snake Creek and reportc t that u band of about 1130 Sioux Indians was raiding tho countrj-, killing caltle, Ftcullng horses and committing other depredations. Chinook Is Ill-prepared for defense agilnst an Indian altaik. Six rlllcsund u few revolver constitute her means of defense. At a meeting of citi zens it was decided to make requisition on the Governor for GOO stands of arras with ammunition. I'ELIiHtOJI U It ACE, A Young Man Sent tn tlio Giniul Jury foi Tin rt. In default of a bond of fOOO William II. Cornell, a young whito boy, was sent to tho grand jury by Judgo Miller tills morning. Cornell was arrested hist night by Dctcctlvo Mattlnglv and locked up at the I' list Precinct charged with giauil larceny. Some months ago Cornell joined tfco Young Men's Christian Association ad has been a frequent visitor tu the rooms ever since, Last night, while oxerclslug In the gymnasium, Hurry II. Johnson, one of tlio members of the association, missed his gold watch and chain from his vest jiockct. Cornell was suspected, and the stolen property was found In the pocket of ids coat whiloho was seated at thauvcnliigpravcr meetlngiti tno rooms. Young Cornell claimed that another boy, named Gcorgo W. Stephens, stole the watcli and placed It in his (Cornell's) pocket, in order to avoid apprehension. A sliver watch was also stolen from tho gymnasium nt tho same time, and has not been recovered. A CHILD MUIUlEi:. .Soiuclioil) Killed ii J.ltllo One and Left It In the IVooils. Yesterday nflcrnoon, about 1 o'clock, two j'oung whito men, who wero out hunting In tlio iclnlty of I v City, found a dead while female infant, about 7 or 8 months old. They picked up tho body and carried It to tlio nearest iiouso and telephoned (he Coroner ns to what they had done, and gavo the names ot tho In foimants ns ltobcrt Mooro and Michael Hill, stating they lived at lho corner of faccond nnd II streets northeast. The chilil was apparently clothed in vciy shabby raiment, but upon Investigation thero wns found an undergarment or tho finest texture, on tho front of which was embroidered tho letter "11." Colonel Patterson ordered tho removal of tho remains tu tha Ninth Piectuctsti Hon ami will piobablv summon a jury nnd hold an inquest this afternoon. In tho meantime a number of witnesses who think they can give some Information as to who the child murderer is havo volun teered tn testify. Tiom all nppcir.inccs tho child was lu apparently good health, and death was caused either by chloro form or strangulation. Cniifcsseit to Consiilraey to Mulder. Kiw Cvstii-, I.mi., Jan, II, In the Iloscll-I.ndd murder dial jestenlay, after neatly threo weeks of haul work, tho caso was withdrawn from tho jury, nnd tho defendant, William ltosell, pleaded guilty to tho fourth count of tho indictment, charging him with conspiracy to murder Ladd, Tills caused a sensation, l'osell's wife, wlio has clung to him since ids ur lest, bioko down and refused to bo lom forteil, Tho court, by agreement of tho counsel for tho btatu and defense, fixed Ills term ut two years' imprisonment. Ho will bo sentenced to-morrow. Henry ltosell, a brother to tho defendant, and jointly Indicted with him, was released on his own recognizance of 3,000, He will novel bo tried. Itownrili'il for I'lutlifiil Ituty, A meeting of tlio stockholdcis of tho Georgetown nnd Tonally town ltallroad xv as held at noon to-day at tho olllco of tlio Amcilian '1 rust Company, 1 110 G street. Tho following old board of di rectors was re-elected: Itlcliard C. Drum, A. T. llrltton, It. ll.Goldsborough, Henry Wlsu Garnett, William A. Gordon, John V.. Heall, O. C, Green, G. II. 11. White and II. P. Gilbert. A voto of thanks was tendored General Drum for tho faithful manner In which ho bus looked lifter the interests of the road, Tho annual report shows tlio load to bo in a prosperous condition, I'm iliint it finiii tlio WnriitiniiHO. Porno time ago Jacob Kroscli, a jouth, xvusurrestcdat tho New York Lodging House, charged with being a vagrant, and (cntenccd to sixty daj's in tlio workhouse. Onthorecoinineiidatloii of Superintendent fetoughtenburg, wltli tlio Commissioner!' oppiovol, ho was released today, Tho boy paid for Ills lodging and llv os homo witli Ids parents, wlio aro respectable people. Cmitiuct Awnriled. Tlio contract for building the new truck house, corner of fourteenth and Cttreets, has been awarded to A. M. Swcenei', ho being lho lowest bidder at f 17, 170. NOT A SILK-HAT LEfllSIiATUUE. Knnsns Alllnnro JMrnihcrs lima II C'nii im rnsswoiil nnil Grip. Tom: i, Kn, Jan. II. Tlio first cau cus of tlio Tanners' Allinnco legislators was held Monday night under (ho rules of tlio Tanners' Alliance, which require thoglvingof the Password and grip and forbid making public any of lho proceed ings of the meeting cxrcptlnglhiit Hrllon which may bo authorized by a eommllleo appointed lor that purpose. When tlm roll was called in the Lower Homo 1)1 Tanners' Alliance, LM Republicans and S Democrat answereilto their mimes. The Tpici Houe stands 40 liepiiblliau and 1 folic Dimocral. Ou joint ballot the Tanners' Alii uicehasn clear majority over nil of L'l. Hie romblnid opposition tn Mi. Ingnlls' ri-elecllon Is comiiosod of 01 Tanners' Alliance and I) Democratic members, or SO mora than the Ing.ills forrcs. The Democratic members, for princi ple's sake, will uumlnatc nSenatorl d can dldato of their own, mid they will give him n complimentary vote unless their strength should bo needed to fill any pos sible breach in the Tanners' Alliance ranks, In which event they will throw their strength to the Tanners' Alliance candidate. 'I heir motto Is "Anything to bent Ingalls." 'I lie ajipearanto of tho Gtangcr legis lators was a surprise to all. 'Ihcy are a mast rcsticctnblc looking si t of men, w Ith much Intelligence cxpicsscd In their faces. Ninety per cent, of them weir turn-down collars w ith plain black Hi s, '1 hree-fourtbs of the Senators wear silk hats, but the closest search will not discover ouo in the Iwer House, 'lho process of organiza tion was very tedious. Tho Chairman labored under great embarrassment and was "rattled" at every motion. Ho said: "Wo nro from tlio rural districts, gentle men, and will make a few mistakes at first, but wo will como out ull right by and by." . The Inauguration of tho Stale officers j csterday was of tho simplest character. CONFIDENCE MEN CAPTOKEI). A Virginia Tanner lliiurocil Out of Ills Mnnny. Two xcrj clever confidence men who have turned somo profitable tlicks at tho Baltimore and Potomaa nnd llaltimora and Ohio depots were arrested this morn ing on a tolcphono message from lle.ul riuarlers by Sergeant Dally and Olllccrs Espy and Murphy in n saloon at tho cor ner of Savcnth and I. streets southwest. Al tho station they gave the names of John Thomas and Joseph Drown, but theso aro supposed to bo fictitious. Yes terday afternoon they seated themselves beside a colored Virginia farmer named Peter 1'etrus. In the It. it O. waltliu-room. nnd engaged him In conversation. After talking some time- Urow n left tho w altlng room und walked up the street, bliortly aflerward Thomas proposed to l'otrus that they go and sec what bail become of Hi own. On the coiner of North Capitol and I) streets they met Urowu and ho told Thomas that he bad been unable to get his cheek CaMicd. Knowing that 1'etrus had moivev in his ockct they prevailed '.ipon htm to let them have Slito get the baggago out. They siiowcd a check for a considerable nniount, nnd told Pitrus that they would icturn (ho money ns soon as they got It cashed. Shortly afterward, when lie had described tlio men to an officer, ho told 1'etrus that lie had been buncoed out of bis monej-, and the latter complained at Police Headquarters, Doth Thomas and Hi own aro nearly 00 j ears of age, lm o long gray w liiskcrs and hair and wear farmer's clothes. on th6 Cth of January they worked tlio same confidence game on Milton Tmmcr eoii, a resident ot Uxbrldge, Mass., and obtained f-!3. Thomas is know n to be an old-time confidoiuo man, and several vcars ngo bo worked Washington with T.d Lilly, wlio Is now doing tlmo ut Al bany. Tho namo of ltobcrt Lee was found on his cuffs, but this is not sup 1 oscd to Iio his name. KM11EZZL1NG INSUKANCE AGENT. Ills Mini Inge Mill Amount tu llfty Thousand Dolliifs. Wiiminoton, Dfi., Jan. 11. William Ynneo Harper, late agent of tho National Life Insurance Company of Montpeller, Vt., for the territory of Delaware, Main land and the District of Columbia, is un der $J),000 ball in tills city nn charges of embezzlement. It is said his shortages will amount to SfiO.OOO. William llej nobis, tho accountant, wlio forscverni weeks lias been examining tho accounts of J, LTilridgo Pierce, tho ab sconding secretin y of the City llullding and 1.0M1 Association, rciiortsthat Pierce s ehortngo amounts to $17,051,11. i DEFEATED AT LAST. Tlio Amateur Mlilille-Wolglil Champion lloxc-l Met Ills Mlltrli. Niw Youk, Jan, 11. Pat Cahill, tho amateur middle-weight boxer of Anicric i, wns defeated last night In the Viiruua boxing tournament, which was held in lite Academy of Music, Dronklyn, by Jim Duller of lho yaruna Doat Club. Cuhlll lias never befoio been defeated, lie holding the amateur championship in his class fur j cam. T ho men Imxcd lour inmuls. It was a fierce light nil the way thiough. THE CLOCK WAS WItONC ,Sn iltulho Sllltri IllsinUicil (lie Caso Agalnt Ml. lliiivcj. Georgo W, Hnrvey wns a defendant in tlio Pollco Court this morning eh irged with u violation of tlio District ordnance in regard to selling liquor after hours. Ofilccr Tom Hollinberger told Judgo Miller that ou Saturday night last ho looked at tho clock in tlio JW building and saw that it was L'"i minutes atter 1'.' o'clock. Ho walked Into tho Eleventh street entrance of Harvey's, asked for a whiskey, and gut It. At tho tlmo thero w ero people c atlug at tho tables and lunch counter, but no ono nt tho bar. "Can tho IM iloek bo idled upon?" asked DItrlcl-Attorncj" ltiehardson. "It was ronsiiU'iably out ot tliu way I found when 1 enmo to servo tho warrant," icpllcd Mr. Holllubirgcr. ''I thought that Mr. Harvey generally kept a very orderly place," Interrupted Judgo Miller, "and I am surprised to seo him accused of a violation of tho law." "Ho docs so as u rule," responded Mr. Jlolllnbirger. "Wcio jou In uniform?" asked tho Juilire. "No, sir." replied the officer. "An will as you mo known either with or without uniform I gues x ou could get a drink mulct any ordinary circumstances, und I wilt dismiss tho caso this tlmo i on slderlng Hint the clock cannot bo relied upon." , lllds Opened. Tlio following bids were subiultlel to lho Commissioners tills morning for build ing a school-houso In Georgetown on N strict, between Tvvonty-sovouth and Twenty-eighth streets: lluhnw A. Low, eJl.JOU lutil J2,l), T. H. Dnehtiv, Si), 000 nnd JJ1.SU0; W, T, Klrby llro , t.'t,7. nnd .-825, John H. Hewlett, .U7 mul $J1, 150, I. M. Dunn, i.'l.ISO nnd(J2,b7fi. Tha high bid of each pro posal specifics nn Iron btnlrcase, theluw bid does not. l'tKliigton Itallnuul Uloitlou, Tho Teklngton and Soldiers' Home Hallway Company elected tho following boanl of directors: Alexander T. llrltton, Charles O. Dnncanson, D. Kurtz Johnson, Mj ron M. Parker, Joseph Paul, l.orin M. Saunders, Thomas Somorville, Georgo Trucsilell, Hnilnard II. Warner, BLAZING GltAIN. A Dig Xeir oil Mull Itimso Destroyed by I lie. Nrw Yoinf, Jan. lb Tho large unit house of I!, M, Van Tas'ell at West Tlev Willi streil and thirteenth nveiiuo was completely gutted by fire early this morn ing, with a loss of nbout fiOO.OOO to Mock nudMO.OOO to lho building. The hitler wnsnslx-storv brick striieliiroand was filled with 50,000 busbelsof fcednnd grain. 'I he Humes wero first noticed nt 1 o'clock by the watchman, Within ten minutes iiflcruurd the two uiipcr lloors wtrcuhhi7c mid burning furiously. In an incrntlblj-short space of time Hie cu ll rn building was on lire. Ono hundred und twenty horses of tlio Knlikerboiker lco Compau), wiicwo stable was In lho liar of the malt house, beenmo panlc-M rloki n and stampeded through I bo stable, 'lliey were event it illy rescind and tnken to another stable. in the moanlltno four alarms hud been rent out and elgliticn engines, six trucks nnd two water lowers wero won at work. Ilio firemen turned Ihrlr attention to the Knickerbockers' stables and the Txcelslor Mori1 for meal nnd hay, which ad joined tho burning building. The root of tho granary fell nt about 2 30 o'clock. Spa jus from tho fallen roof iauiil small lire in the neighborhood, which, how ever, were soon extinguished. After this flic south wall of tho building fell nearly burjlng n number or firemen. Ono of llicm nainisl Tllzpatrlck wasallghtlv In jured, 'Hie falling wall carried with it nearly i!Wl telegraph wiles which were stretched mar tlio wall. -'lhu firemen succeeded in confining tho flames to the mult-house nnd soon after hud them under control, AGHEED TO TUV1IK WIVLS. A Srnsntlonnl llnrgnln 1 lint lliingi I Ire lu Indiana, Coiumiiuh, Im., Jan. II. Trank Helms of Williamsburg nnd Daniel Smith of Carlo City agreed to swap wives. Tho repoit is that the Helms wero disconsolate because they had no children, nnd the Smiths bccatio they wero being favored with too many, lly the trade Smith's Wife, four children and a farm nro to go to Helms, while Helms' farm nnd a small town pruiicrty go to Smith; but Justice Hush of Carlo City, on whom they de jicnilcd to satisfy the law while they wero sntlifjlng themselves, could not find in tlio books authority for dlvorco ami re marriage under such circumstances, and tho swan hangs lire. It is said that tho contracting parties will each apply for a dlvorco at the coming term of court on the giounds of cruel and inhuman tre it mint nnd then remarry, according to tho original agreement. THIEVES OP THE WIItE. They Tapped tliolidegrnpli fur lining ltepmts, Nrw Yoi-k, Jan. 1 1. A Western Union lineman discovered n "tap" in lho Clifton race-track wire, opposItoIKX) Sixth avenue, Msttrday, nnd at once notified the police. Olllccrs went lo the spot nnd in a room ou tho top Door of tho building found three '.cicfirauncr, irniiK Mirroii, Luvrnrd Murcn and Charles II. Tilnl. They had tapped tho raco wire lust Monday and since then huddelnvcd the results of tho Clifton races until they had mado wagers on the event at Harney Michael' phco ou WcstThirty-thirdstreet. Thtirwintiings, however, did not amount to a great deal. Tho prisoners were locked up In tho Thir tieth Mrcet station. A DIUVK WITH A DEAD LOVEJ!. Cnrrlo XMsiihi'h Kseorl Implies In tlio Ilnggy Ilcslilu Her. DoviLfiTows, Pa., Jon. II Tho most singular circumstances of James 8. lhker's death on Frldiy night of hist week are just disclosed. Tho genial joung llcth lehcmllowas driving home from n party with Miss Cuirio Vitamer of SoUuury. Mr. linker suddenly exelulmcd: "Carrie, dear, I believe 1 am going tn die," and In a few moments Mi. Dakcr lay dead In tho nrnis of ills lady filend. Carrio seized the line and drove with one hand, while with her other arm sbo supported the dead form of her lov er. Tlio drlv e lo tlio rcsl denco of Miss Wisiner occupied half an hour. Young linker's death was due lo heart disease. THE CONCOllD's TRIAL TRIP. It 1'iiivpil Highly Smiessful nnil Do xilopcl client llnrsii Powi'i. Niw Lomion, Conn , Jan. 11. The trial of the cruiser Concord for the ptuposoof developing her horse power wa brought to a successful closo j csterday afternoon. Thero is every probability of the olllchl lejHjrt showing ono hundred or more horsepower in excess of tlio 3,100 called for by tho contract. Tho trial trip lasted for four hours, and tho cruiser easily mado nn nverflgc ot nlmost seventeen knots. Sbo will get undciwayat I) o'clock this morning and run back to Now Yock un der iintiir.il draught. (U'lCi; VENt.EVNCE. A Man Kills ills Miuitcioss llcfoio Djlng, Juinsos Citv, Mo., Jan. II. Meager details of a doublo murder hnvobcen re ceived heio from Tiiscunibln, Miller County, SIo. Mrs, Trccman, proprietress ortboTu-ciimbl.i Hotel, beenmo cngvgeil in n quarrel with ii photographer named Tulkersoii. She secured n shotgun and In oil at Tulkcrson, tho chugo striking him in tlio chest, but not producing instant death. Tulkersoii snatched the gnu from the woman's bunds and shot her in tho head, killing her instanth. Soon after ward ho himself expired from tho cftects of his wound. THE SIHIKE 1'AILI'D. Alabama MlneiH lteliiin to XVoiU ut Hit, l'tirimi XVngi t. Diiimimiiiv'I, Al v., Jau II. Tho strik ers nt the lib ikton minis went back lo work jesterdny and n number of men went hack at other mine, Tho strike is a fulluie, and tlio nun realize that they will have to leturu to work at the old wages und without recognition ot their union. . llnnipeieil Ii) I'ngl mil, Ottvmi, 0t, Jan. II. Tho Hrlti'h Government ha sofar rostrlclcil New foundland in her negotiations with Wash ington that tho lKisslbility of the United States enti ring into u commercial tre ity has been almost entirely destrojisl. Tlio leprescutation made to tho llritlsh Gov einniuit by tho authorities ot Ottawa a In tho ctTcct such a discrimination against Canada would have if tlio proposed ioclp rocal trade arrangement was mado bc tvvien tho United States and Newfounil laml havoiqicned tlio eves of tho homo government lo the wisdom ot not allow ing It lo bo carried out in tlio form sug gested bj Newfoundland, linn Awn I'linii Ills Cililltoin, Nuvv Yniik. Jan. 11, it is ietHiiteilth.it M, L, Morris, dealer In cloaking, nt OS I.Ispcnnrd street, has dlsnppenied, owing his creditors a largo amount. Ho pro fessed to havo u capital of M8.000. Ho also rppicocntcd that his father wns erj wealth j, and gained good credit in the trade, A largo creditor savs tint his eflorts to find Mr, Morris had been unsuc cessful, but It was believed that Morris wus still lu thoclty, Morris had removed even thing from ids place of business, leaving nothing of nny vnlue. Thocredl tor furl her bald that the liabilities might bo nny w hero from J5,000to I75.000, but ho thought the first amount was nearer right. 1UJSSLAN NIHILISTS, AltUNDHEI) OU MOHETO HE PLVCEl ON TltlAL. Scvcinl Have ('onfcsnl The I'lupasint ns Povvirfiil n Kiel Natives at NVn" llrhrhhs Executed foi Cnnniliillsiii Devniiicd liy Their IlrlatlrrH, li Whom Hip Ilixlles Were Drill nnl. LoMicn, Jnn 1 1 The itlisslnn pollco have succeeded In obtaining confession frcitt several of tho hundred or more icr si'iis lo I c put on trial shortly for Mhi lliin. Tb(o confession tdion that thu Midlist propaganda Is as ;owcrfiiI as ever, and cqcclally strong In tho higher schools nnd unlv eHtlcs, from w hlch nitr ations nro directed. The Midlists, the in formers nny, would for the present be satlslldl witli freedom of the press anil the creation of a national assembly such as existed until tlioslxtecnth century, ami wn abolished hj tho Czdrs. Tho various bodies or Nihilists net Independently ef (ach other. Although actual torture wat net u-id, sofar as known, in procuring ion fissions, jet tho sevcru examination, lusting without relief or cessation for manj hours ntu tlmo had the same effect in bringing about a phj'slud collapse mul ndiutasioiis of whatever was desired. The two Nihilists sum tillered by tho Dritlsh ambassador at Constantinople ti the lttislans were licensed of train wreck lug, otherwise they would not have been given up. Turthir particulars from tlio com mander uf tlio llrltish cruiser ltoj'ulist tell of an extraordinary scene at tlio New iicormes, wnen inrco nnuicwero exe cuted by order ot thocoiiimaiulcr for kill ing nnd eating a Trench trader and IiU son. Immediately after tho execution a numlcrof natives nsked for the bodies, nnd tho commander, supposing Hint tlio relative wanted tho remain for burial, gave them up. Tho native retired u short distance, and Immediately pro (ceded to cook and devour tho bodies of tho dead criminals, much to tho horror ol tho Ilntish otllccr nnd tluir men, vrlut did not, however, feel Justified in Inter fering. Tlio authorities nro nnnojed by tho latest ndviics from Ncwlouudland, ami 1,01x1 Salisbury is making now approaches to Trance for a settlement of tuc shorn question, but at present without much prespector a solution. Tho Litest rumor from Paris Is that Trance will not dcUIh short of tho surrender of the Channel Island by Great Drltnin. T he Dritlsh Coal Miners' Tcderatlou hs mndo iriiKisiIs to tho Mine Owners'' Ttiicnto discuss the question nf eight bonis with a view to com promise. The owners claim that on account of lho great ndvauec In miners' wages liny eiuuot consent to eight hours without loltg nil prospect of prollt. There Is now doubt tlml no international copj right bill ..an pass Parliament which dees not provide fertile printing in T.tig IftPu bf books to bo copj righted in l'ng- lanu, iiio priming ir.uie nis lormcu a ttiong combination to tills effect, and is su) iMirtcd by tho printers' and tradcrh.' unions. Chancellor You Caprlvl's itulcment in tho llelehslug jcslerdaj-, that Germany desired to establish mutual sj'stcms or rnllvvny freight rates witli her neighbor nations, is regarded ns tlio inauguration ol n highly iniiiortont policy. It evidently marks the daw n of it politico-Commercial irnof tlCllllis based Upon transporfUIon arrangements on n principle similar la customs icclprocity. Mr. I'arnclt is tecl.lnglo pronioto acom- juiny tow ork the cojipcr and lead dentxsitu on Ids Wicklow estates. Tboy nro known in ne xniunuic, una me misinessot miiiuiz them would give emplox ment lo several hundred people in the vicinity A company of foui hundred Jews w Iu landed in Lngland from l'nssi.t a fere dajsago, embarked ut Llv crpool J e-ster-diiv for the United States. Tbev wilt be follow cd by many more of their expelled countrj men. Professor Koch is expected to M,oxk to day befoio a meeting of tho Derlfn Medi cnISocietJ. He will di'cuss the hlstnrv of coses treated by his Ij'inph, nnd it i hoped that he will throw out some hint as io lho coiniMjsltion of tho rcmdtknhln curative agent. This iiiovv htii ccnted falling in Atwlri.i and Hio railwajs are resuming their ojier allons. The rcqioils of disaster from told continue to como in. In one caso four children wero fiozcn to death while going, to school. It is believed many more bodies will bo found when the snow melts. IILOWN TO PIECES. Tlnco Men Attempted tn Thaw Out (Hunt l'nivdo. IH-AMvoon, S. D., Jim, 11. Hurry Lewi and Dennis Simmon wero Instantly killed nnd Joseph Hughes wns so seri ously injured tiiat lie died within three hours from tho exjiloslon of eighteen sticks of giant powder j csterday In ltj'.iti's. Cumji. Theso men were all engaged ou the railroad giade, Tho jiovvilcr was placed before tho Ilio lo thaw out and they wcio standing ubout tho lire at the llrac of Ihoex-ploslon. Harry Lewis w.i thrown 100 feit from tho lire. Only u jiurliou of his remains could bo found. ALLIANCE 31 EX IN A HOW. Tut, McmlJCl llxpellnl fur VlolitillRT tlio itlllrs. I.oiisvnir, Kv , Jan. II. Tho Simp sou County Turmcrs' Alllunco recently tried Thomas Qulnsenbury and Tuoels ltowland for violating rules. They worn oxjiellcd but iqipcalcdtothoOountv'Granil Lodge and weru ruled oil the lloor. Thev resisted and a big row followed, Pistol wero drawn and bhcrill Hunt had to in terfere to prevent bloodshed, Tlio Teglsliittvo right In riilnrnilii. Ih.wiii, Coi Jan.H. TTicsllmtlou in the lower ltouo of tho General Asseniblj grows deeper with each da j-, and It Is tins opinion of tlio leaders of both pirllcs lint the climax will bo reached toiliy. Yi-s-tcrday jiassesl without attempt by either side at biiiiKlug thodlspitled question to nu issue The House wns in session two hoiusiuily, the nfternonn being spent in nttcudauco nt lho inauguration ot ,1, L. Itoutt as Governor. Ok mutant tlio 31 Hi of tlio 1 lames. MlMiuiK, Tinx , Juu. U 'J a. m V dispatch to lho .lpiil-.liiiixiuif stale that tlio town of Uicnail.i, MNs., is in Humes, I.nigo ttoios and wnrthoiiMM have succumbed and others nio Imperiled, and about JlOO.Ouo worth of properly, it, Is estimated, will bo destroj'id, as tlivni aro no llro conipuulos in tlio city. llneo Moyn 1 ot,l lu tlio V nods. Iioxwooii, Mu ii., Jan. II. Two I.uU named Onbcrg, ngtd 1 1 nnd 17, and a boy uamed Webster, all of Hurley, have been lost in tlio woods slneo Sunday morning', nnd havo undoubtedly jiorlsncil, as thu weather has bienverv soverc, Thoscareh lug jarty has icluruul In dospali, A 3lliilstei Cum Ii tut of Assault. Witn-UMi, W. Va Jun, II. Tlio Iter. Evan Watklns, who was Indicted for an a.iult uton Miss Gertio llurckhardt, vv.vi found guilty x csterday mul ho was ooin mltleil to Jail, He was n lender lu tha loeul Invv and order movement. lornl Weather Toroeast. J'or tht Vtitrtct of Columbia, JiirjFii'i'i mid' Vh'gtnta, fair, utttcilu alwU; A4 channel in tctnotviitutv. fair ami illititl't I (olilo on IhuiHloy, $ I V.