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popularity, its constantly increasing 6ales, and enables it to accomplish its wonderful and unequalled cures. The combination, proportion and process used in preparing Hood's Sarsaparilla are unknown to other medicines, and mate Hood's Sarsaparilla Peculiar to Siself It cures a wide range of diseases becausa of its power as a blood purifier. It acts directly and positively upon the blood, and the blood reaches every nook and cornerof the human system. Thus all the nerves, muscles, bones and tissues coma under the beneficent influence of Sarsaparilla The One True Blood Purifier. fl per bottle. r-ii cure Liver Ills; easy to rlOOU S FlllS take, easy tooperat.25c LOCAL HEWS. Chairman Finley, of the board of supervisors ia in the city from hiB borne at Lb Oaa. Chas.Hcffi3 in Preecott on business connected with the telephone line which he will construct toward Phoenix. H. M. Ayr, the cattle buyer is in the city, and on Thursday will receive a train load of cattle which he purchased from . Hon. James Finley, of La Oea. Hon. Colin Cameron, chairman of the Live Stock Sanitary Commission, is in Phoenix. Mrs. A. J. Woolington and her son Leon, arrived in the city yesterday from Mooticello, Illinois, and will remain for a time viaitinz her mother, Jura Ltouiea Gifford. The Pullman sleeping car service has been inaugurated on the S. F. P. & P. railroad. The first car ran through yes terday from Ash Fork to Phoenix. Col. Wm. Herring is in Phoenix, where he will participate in the trial of a num ber of water cases which will oome up for hearing before Judze Baker this week. The ex-Qaeen of the Hawaiian Is lands passed through the ciiy yesterday xnornincr en route to Boston. She is traveling in a state of magnificence Eel dom eeen in the wild and wooly west The recent addition of a young folks' department to Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly makes that periodioal more than ever the great family magazine. For sale at the Pioneer News Depot of Mrs. J. S. Mansfeld. Margaret E. Sangeter, whose recent book, "Among My Neighbors, received such a warm welcome from the public, has written what is said to be her best short story for the Christmas number of Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly. For eale at the Pioneer News Depot of Mrs. J. S. Mansfeld. New features are being continually added to Frank Leslie s Popular Month ly, and the publishers bhj that the coming year will show an even more marked improvement in its character than web ehowD during the pet year. For eale at the Pioneer News Depot of Mrs. J. S. Mansfeld. Conductor Tom Brown, of the S. P. an announcement of whose ill health and departure for California, was made a few days eince, died just after his arrival in Los Angeles. Tha deceased was very popular snd held in gre esteem bv a wide circle of friends who will ainoereiy mourn bis loss End deeply sympathize with the sorrowing ones he leaves behind. Herbert D. "Ward, the novelist and husband of Elizabeth Stuart Phelps Ward, has written a new novel, whioh will be the fiction feature of The Ladies' Home Journal during 1S97. It is a hu morous story and has the unique title of f'The Burglar Who Moved Paradise." It is a Bequel to Mrs. Ward's "An Old Maid's Paradis," the husband taking up the pen where Miss Phelps had ca turally to put it down when she became Mrs. Ward. For sale at the Pioneer News Depot of Mrs. J. S. Mansfeld. Nogales, Sonora, is making prepara tions to defend herself against another threatened Yaqui outbreak. An old Yaqui woman has given warning that an attack would be mide, and in anticipa tion thereof a company of Infantry, un der command of Captain Davis, has taken station at Nogales. &o trouble is expected on the American side at pres ent. Mrs. Ellen K. Denny, of Indiana, is being greeted with large and apprecia tive audiecceB in Tucson. She is a lady of wide experience in temperance work, and is one of the few lady speakers who is endowed with the eloquence to inter est large audiences for almost unlimited time. Bright, fervent, eloquent, and magnetic, she carries her audiences along with her through her appeals to reason, and leaves them convinced of her position. She will speak at 7 o'clock tonight at the Babtist church upon the subject: ''Nemesis on the Judgments of God." All are invited and the lectures are free. The Santa Fe (N. M.) Daily New Mex ican has iaeued a Special Immigration Supplement, which is a creditable mo nument to the enterprise of its publish ers. It contains 32 pages of matter, per taining to the resources and opportuni ties of our si6ter territory; is replete with well executed reproductions of the faces of prominent men, and presents an in teresting and beautiful gallery of pic tures o! buildings and choice ranches. It is well printed, ab!y edited, and a val uable advertisement of the territory which, with our own thould long ago have taken place in the galaxy of states. The Globe Silver Belt pays the follow ing deeerved compliment to Hon. W. M. Griffith of Dripping Springs: Among the republicans of Arizona there is none more deeerving of recognition by the in coming administration thin William M. Griffith, of Gila county. Always a stead fast republican, he is a man of steady character, a representative citizen wide ly known and respected in the territory. Mr. Griffith's name has been several times mentioned in connection with the offioe of United States Marshal for Ari zona, and the suggestion appears to meet with favor among republicans generally, as well as from many democrats. Cer tainly the appointment could not be more worthily bestowed, cor a more popular choice of U. S. Marshal be made. When a man owns a blooded horse he is always careful of its health. He looks after its diet and is particular that - the feeding shall be regular and right While he is doiog this it is likely as not that he is himself suffering from some disease or disorder. When the trouble sets so bad that he cannot work, he will begin to give himself tb care he gave the horse at the start Good pure, rich, red blood is the beet insurance against disease of any kind. Almost all diseases come from impure or impoverished blood. Keep the blood pure and strong and disease can find so foothold. That is the principle upon which Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Disoovery works. It cleanses, purifies and enriches the blood, puts and keeps the whole body in per leet order; makes appetite good, diges tion strong, assimilation perfect It brings ruddy, Terile health. It builds up eolid. wholesome flesh (not fat) when, from any cause, reduced below the healtby etandard. Gene Drake is home for the holidays. Col. Zabriskie has been to Phoenix on a private business trip. A. E. Crapin, of Casa Gracde, is reg istered at the Orndorff. Dr. Good fellow is in the city for a few days, having returned from his mining trip. Oscar Ashburn is in the city from his home at Willcox, and will remain for a few days. Christmas Services in Grace Episcopal Church tomorrow at 11 a. m. All cor dially invited to these services. Mrs. Forbes, of Graham county, moth er of Mrs. Wm. Eeid, is in the city and will remain during the holidays visiting her daughter. Rev. Thomas Howard, arrived in Tuc son tuis morning. He is superintend ent of the Spanish missions ani is here in the interest of that work. Hall's Hair Benewer is pronounced the best preparation made for thickening the growth of the hair and restoring that which i9 gray to its original color. There are numerous cattle buyers cir culating around the territory. William Johnson, of Ash Fork, is in the city, looking for sellers. Wm. Spear, the able and popular ex oity editor of the Star, has gone to bis old stamping-ground, Phoenix, where he will again make his individuality felt upon the Republican. Harper's Bazar issued December 2G will contain a story by Mary B. Sleight, entitled "A Pensioner of Hope; " and "Every Day Phvsicai Culture," a prac tical paper, by Jiiva Lovett. Superintendent Hall of the Indian school. Phoenix, desrres to place quite number of Tndian girle, ranging in ages from 14 to Is years, in good white fami lies for a period of eight months, dating from about January 1st next Hon. N. W. Bernard came in yester day from An vaca to pay the duty on 4C5 head of Mexican cattle which he importing from the Altar district. He will probably be here a day or two. Vi dette. W. W. Allis and wife, of Kansas City arrived in Tucson yesterday, and will make a permanent residence here. Mr, Allis is a brother of Mrs. Charles De Groff, and is suffering from asthma, wnion ne nopea may De relieved by our climate. M- P. Dodge is in business for himself at rs 0.213, Congress street, opposite Wheeler & Perry a. In his establish ment you will always find the very choicest assortment of oonfeotiocery a line of tobaccos and cigars equal to the best; and all manner of fresh, select tempting fruits. A caller once, you will become a permanent patron. James A Crowley foreman of the Cbir icahua Cattle company, spent a few days in the city visiting hia family, and has gone to California for the purpose of purchasing a number of thoroughbred bulls for the company's ranges. The constant aim of this company is to ele vate the grade of its cattle and it ie suc ceeding admirably. In another column of this paper is tht new advertisement of the Barnes' bicy cles. Their wheel is widely known as the "While Flyer," and is a perfect dream in bicycle structvre. The aim of the manufacturers is to place a wheel upon the market which will be match lens, and in their "White Flyer" this has been accomplished. The song book9 for the Methodist church have arrived. They were purchased with the proceeds of the entertainment recently managed by Mrs. H. M. Cake. The congregation will now have an ample supply of hymnals for church service and ct other eong books for the praise meet ings. Vice-PreFident Charles F.Crocker of the Southern Pacific, will be in this city in a day or two to look after the extensive business of his company in this valley, There is a possibility that he will take into consideration the extension of the Mesa branch of the M. & P. to Globe. That a road will be built to Globe from this side very soon admits of little doubt. Herald. There i9 a dangerous hole about fif teen feet deep that ebould be filled up before it becomes responsible for eome one's death. Last evening, just after dark, an old lady fell into the excava tion, broke eer arm and sustained other painful injuries. Recently a blind man fell into the same place, and shortly be fore that a Chinamen nearly lost a horse he not beine able to locnte the hole after dark. It is on South Main street. Mrs. J. S. Mansfeld was accorded a very pleasant eurprUe this week. The occasion was the arrival or jvirs. u Laventhal and her daughter Rosa, and they will remain during the holidays. the guests of Mrs. Mansfeld. This is Mrs. Laventhal a hret vmt to Tuoson since she left, over seven years ago, and she will reoeive a warm welcome from a host of old time friends in whose memory she has held a warm place all these years. She was Miss Helen Gold schmidt. Special features of Harper's Weekly for December 26 will be: -"A Sioux Indian Episode," by Col. Guy V. Henry, U. S. A., illustrated by R. F. Zogbaum; a paper by Timothy Pitkins on "Turk ish Grievances The Blood Tax;" a double-page illustration by W.T.S med ley, entitled "A Plantation Christocas 'fore de War;" a third paper on "Street Cleaning in Europe" (Berlin), by Col. George E. Waring, Jr., with illustra tions; and an illostrated article by R. G. Skerrett on the "Torpedo Boats of the United States Navy." Richard Starr, the auctioneer, has come to gnel through his infatuation for the tiger. He was employed to nuotion c2 the stock of the Racket store, which he did. In addition to this be appropriated S2 0 of the proceeds to his own use. When he was called to answer before justice MejGr Teeter day, he admitted the embezzlement and stated that he had staked the money on a gambling game and lost. In default of $500 bail be was committed to jail to nwait the ection of the grand jury. This is another warning against the infatuation for the green cbth. The National Assembly of the League of American Wheelmen at Albany in February, promises to be the livelieet in the history of that now powerful organi zation. The New York delegation, which can almost turn the tide, has al ways been a unit on every question up to now. It will not follow Potter in Lip friendship for Elliott The officers of the division will not support Lthott un der any circumstances; they will boom Potter whether he wants tb omce or not. This, is official. Mr. LUiott has made eome mistakes which the wheel men of the Empire State will not over look. A drowning man would have little nae for a method of rescue which would re quire days. A dyspeptic doesn't want to bother with a remedy that is going to take weeks to ehow its benefioial effects. The Mount Lebanon Shakers are of fering a product under the name of Shaker Digestive Cordial which yields immediate relief. The very first dose proves beneficial in most oases; and it i9 owing to their unbounded confidence in t, that they have put 10 cent sample bottles on the market These can be had through any druggist: and it will repay the afflicted to invest the trifling sum necessary to make a trial. The Shaker Digestive Cordial relieves by resting the stomach and aiding the digestion of food. LAXOL is the be6t medicine for chil dren. Doctors reoommend it in place for Castor Oil. . Walter L. Vail is in the city from the Empire ranch. U. D. Underwood ia in San Francisco on business. R. Y. Bloxton leaves for a week's vieit in Pncenix tonight. Buckingham's Dye for the Whiskers dots its worn thoroughly, coloring a uniform brown or black, which, when dry, will neither rub, wash cff, nor soil linen. Mr. Ayers, the Lis Angeles cattle buyer is busy ehippiDg out cattle which be ha recently pure bated in this vicini ty. Yesterday be rent out a train load. and foilowed it with another today. Buckingham's Dye for tbe Whiskers is tbe beet, handiest, safest eureet, clean est, most economical and satisfactory dye ever invented. It is the gentlemen i favorite. li. v. Ancuio, cr Florence, came in last night with bid family, and will 1 cate permaneLtly in Tucson. For number of years he ban resided in Pinal county, and has been engaged in th butcher business. The Junior Epworth League of the M. E. church wi:l furnish tbe entertain ment at tbe oburcb this evening. There will be a Christrnas tree acd lots of pre sects. The exerciees will begin at 7:30. All are invited. To preserve a youthful appearance 8s long as possible, it is iodiupensable that the hair should retain its natural color and fullness. There is no preparation so effective as Ayer'a Hair Vigor. It prevent? bald cess, and keeps the seal clean, cool, and healthy. The remains of Lieut E. C. Bullock, 7tb TJ. S. Cavalry, have beet, buried Fort Great, bis pernoaneLt 6tatioo. II died of pneumonia, at tbe San Bernard no ranch, where he waa temporarily et. tinned with tia troop, ae was a cape ble and popular officer whose death deeply regretted by ail who knew biiu Air. 11. U. UoDKley, a newspaper man of ability, is said to have visited Biebee and believes the field ht thecopperc-im for a second newspaper good. The Pros pector is informed that Mr. Conkley ex pecte to move a well equipped printing plant from JN-w Mexico to Bis bee, and soon that thriving burg will have two newspapers. E G. Capo, tbe jeweler, was in a very amicable mood this mora ing, and wi certainly eojoy bis Christmas this year, probaoiy to a greater extent than ever before. A dainty, fat little 8 pound daughter arrived at bis home thi morn ing at five o'clock, juet in time to greet Santa Claus. Tbe little one and her mother are progressing finely and Mr Capo is receiving congratulations with genial smile. "Tbe Governor's March," is the titl of one of the latest and mst popuU musical comDoeitiona. It is from the pen of Mrs. Ella CleveUod-Killr, and is ded'eated to Hon. Hnzen S. Pingree governor of Michigan. It was adopted as the official march in tbat state during the late campaign. It is published fo piano, band and orchestra, and can be obtained at mueio 6tores or frou the au tbor, whose address ie No. 25 East Col umbia street, Detroit, Mich. Chas. H. Tale's Forever "Devil's Auc tion" baa earolied among its members some very beautiful women, notable among whom are: Mildred Holdeo Madge Torrance, Annie Hilton, ano Mayme Mayo, who represent tbe Ameri can cootingeot,Emili)iBartotettes, Adle Amon and Fregato, who hnil from scn- cy Itsly, and Lucia Cuerbo, a Spanish beauty. While tuere are others from Eogland, Poland, Hungary, Russia and almost all tbe known points of tbe civi lized globe. That tbe "Forever Devil's Auction is cosmopolitan in its general make up is certainly indisputable. STRUCK OIL- While Boring for Watr tha Drill Strikes Petroleum Mr. kr. A. Liorgre?n or bt. JJavid in this county called at tbe Prospector of fice today and informed us that he had struck oil Saturday on his place, while drilling for artesian water. He thinks it probable the drill pene trated the oil bearing strata last Tours- day, but it was not noticed until Satur day. At first the nature of the sub stance was a mystery to th ee working with tbe drill, one gentleman thinking that a soap mice hud been discovered. It was finally decided, however, to be oil. Tbe dr II encountered the oil at i depth of 290 feet. It is of a da-k, yel lowsh color, about tbe consistency cf sorghum moIasBes, and burns readily wben ignited and while burning has tht unmistakable odor of ooal oil. This find wa9 a good deal rf a eur prise to all the residents of tbat locality. although Mr. Lofgreen say tbat be has frequently noticed dark lookiDg epots iu tbe ground wbicb at first glance looked as if caused by moisture m tbe sou. On examination, however, these epots were found to not contain moisture, but wer discolored by some other agency. He now believes this discoloration to be caused by this same oil seeping to tbe top of tbe ground. He will let the artesian water rest for a while and will thoroughly inveotigate the new find. Some samples rf the oi will be pent to tbe Arizona University for analysis. Should it transpire tbat Mr. L'-fgreen has actually discovered petroleum acd it should exiGt id paying quantity it will add one more and a very important in dustry to the many resources ef Cochise county. Harper's Magazine W 1897 FICTION: The Martian, lae new novel by Do Macrier, theeigerly expected successor to Trilby," beg .in in Oc cber Number, 1890, wnn '.lustration', from the author' drawings. A new novel by Frank. R. Stockton developing a Twentieth Century Renaissance full of hu morous situations ana cnaracierisucany illus trated. A Pair of Patient Lover, by Wil liam Ieax Howells. Other striking novel ettes bv American authors. Short stories by Makk Twain, Thomas Nelson Page, Rich ard Harding Davis, Owen Wister, John Kendrick Bangs, Ruth mcEnery Stcart, octave Thanet, Mary E. Wilkins, and other popular writers. SCIENCE: Story of th- Progress of Science during the Nineteenth Centi ry, a series of pa peri by Dr. Henry Smith Williams, supple mented by contributions rn special subjects by expert scientists. Arti les on the relations ol curious psychological man testations to physio logy by DR. ANDREW WILSON. AMERICAN FCAl UXhs: int Mexico oi Today, a series by Charles F. Lommis. splendidly illustrated the result of a recent visit to Mexico unkertaken for HARPER'S MA GAZINE. Mexico is pre-eminently a silver producing country, and it- monetary operations rest entirely on a silver basis. Owing to the keen discussion of certain economic problems in connection with issues cf urg:nt importance in American politics, these papers, will c:m mend general attention. American Hitori- al Papers by Woodrow wilson, iohn bach MacMaster. and Tames Farnes. The t ue story of Sheridan's Klde, by Gen. G. A. For syth. Continuation of Howell's Personal Reminiscences of eminent literary Americans AFRICA AND THIS EAST: White Man'i Africa, a fu ly illustrated series of papers by Poclney Bigelow. the result of personal ob servations during a recent trip to Africa, cover ing the whole field of European exploitat on of that country. Illustrate! art cles by Stephen Bonsal on the transformat-ons going on in Eastern Siberia, recently visited by the au thor. Hungarian Sketches, written and drawn by F. Hopkinson Smith. The fullstoiy of the recent Coronation of the Czar, by Rich ard Harding Davis, illustrated by K. caton W'oodville. who was commissioned by Queen Victoria to paint a picture of the ceremony. Newspapers are not to copy this advertisement without tbe express oraer 01 Harper & Brother. HAEPER'S MAGAZINE For one year - - - 4 DO Postage Free to all subscribers in the United States, Canada, ana Mexico. Address HARPER & BROTHERS P. O. Box 959. N. Y. City TELEGRfiPHIG. Whkkltsg, W. Va., Deo. 22 At Litleton, a suspension bridge over the creek broke down while crowded with people returning home from a church entertainment. Thirty or forty people were precipitated into the stream. One waa killed, two probably fatally injur ed. Killed: Wilbert Hammond, aged IS. Dangerously injured: Miaa Artie Brown, Harry Anderson. Havana, Deo. 22 Capt. Oenerftl Weyler left Havaoa this morning on tbe Spanish oruieer, Legazpi, bound for Manet, north ot tbe military line io tbe Provioce Pinar del Rio, with tbe inten tion of resuming personal command of the operations against the insurgents in that part ot Cuba. Oeneral Solano reports from Santa Clara tbat Lieut. Colonel Oliver, in command of tbe Granada batalliou had an engagement with tte in6urgeuts, who had over 200 killed and wounded. Tbe insurgent derailed an exploring ngioe near Yagui ramas, Matatzae, killing tbe conductor and so seriously injuring tbe engineer tbat both of bis legs had to be amput ated. Cincinnati, O., Dec. 22 James Pres ton, aged forty, shot bis wife Amanda, aged 37, and tbe la-ter'a eon, William Bryant, aged 19, and himself, io bis residence at 439 East Pearl street, this morning. Preston was a farmer sear New Richmond, Ohio. His wife came to this city taking quarters with ber pon and makiDg a living at dressmaking. Preston eon followed and tried to effect a reconciliation. Chicago, Dec 22 Excitement attend ant upon tbe r.oltapse of the National Bank of Illinois and three dependent hanks appears to have died out today. Runs wt-re made yesterday on several Dunking institutions, ootatly tbe Gar--I en City Banking and Trust company. Ita doors were opened an boor before banking hours today and by 10:30 with drawals ceased and depoeils bad trebled tbe bmount taken out Withdrawals at other banks were few. London, Ddo. 22 A special from Paris say Bit is suggested tbat Great Britain, France, and Italy, the powers most in terested, offer their services io the Cu bat question in order to prevent a con flict between Spain and tbe United States and terminate revolt , New York, Dec. 22 A Herald cor respondent telegraphs from Rio de Jan eiro tbat Brazil will ola m tbe territory io Guiana now in dispute between Great Britain and Venezuela, Barcelona, Deo. 22 Forty an arch if te were today condemned to twenty years imprisonment, twentyreight to eight years. Washington, Dec 22 Tbe house with a small attendance devoted today tbe last before tbe holiday recess to the legislative appropriation bill. Washington, Deo. 22 Tbe PaoiQo railroad discussion continued up to 2 p m , wben the morning hour expired apparently ending the prospect for the Cuban debate. L-s Angelis, Deo. 22 Chief S. P, Engineer Hood closed his argument favor ef Santa Monica before the harbor commission this morning and was fol owed by J. A. Muir, of the Southern Pacifio, and J. S. Slawson, a local capi 'ulist. Both favored Santa Mooica. Mr Hood annouoced tbat Captain Alexan ler and several other coast sea ca p taint would appear before tbe oommiasioo to morrow and that will close tbe Santa Monica end of it Washington, Dei. 22 Senator Vest's anticipated speech concerning Secretary Olney's attitude toward the Cameron resolution filled the senate galleries to overtiowin today. Minister Hatch, of Hawaii, was among the early arrivals Disappointment was expressed when i jecame known that Vest would not con inue bis remarks which were cut off oy the objection yesterday. Tbe urgent deficiency bill was reported passed with minor amendments. It carried $881,886 tbe larger part of which ia for the con tinuance of ork in the navy depart ment Pettigrew, republican 01 boutb Dakota, oalled up his resolution appropriating 51U.U00.UUU to take up truet notes of tbe Union faci da railroad. He said ttns step wes im lierative to protect tbe interests of tbe government against tbe scheme of those ho held notes and wboee surpose wm 10 absuro branch nces 01 me union Pacitio. He believed tbe Union Pacific ia not insolvent and tne floating aeDi as created for tbe express purposes of v3omplicsling and embarrassing govern ment liens. Gear, of Iowa, chairman of he comuattee on Pacific roads asked if Pittigrew favored the operation of tbe roads by tbe government. He answer td 'Certainly tbe government could nt possibly Cjauage tbe Pacifio roads worse ban they bad been managed. San Fbancisco, Djo. 22 Private ad vices from Manila, Phillipine Islands to- lay give an account of tbe revolution igainst Spanish rule in tbe islands and relates how Spanish troops were thrice epulsed by a smaller force 01 inaur ents. Tbe fight started 00 .Novemrer eighth and continued at intervals for bree days. Twelve thousand insur gents repulsed fourteen thousand Span trda. The Spanish loss was heavy and tbey were driven from tbeir poeition near tbe town ot Uovite. bo far tbe re volutionists have the better of tbe fight- -g. San Fbancisoo. Deo. 22 Eighty-four Uaioeee who arrived on the ttelgic from Hong Koog were sent to quarantine on tbeir arrival on aocount oi the preva-. lance of smallpox in various Oriental ports. No 6mnllpox was manifested on boKid and quarantining was merely orecautionary measure. The cabin aad bite eteerage passengers were allowed to land. San Francisco, Deo. 22 The remains of Kate Field arrived today irooa Hono lulu on the belgio. Memorial serv oes will be held next Sunday in Triiity Episcopal church after which the re mfcios will be cremated and forwarded to Mount Auburn for interment. Louisville, Dec. 23 A special to tbe Post from Mayfield, Ky., says at foor o'oiock this morning a detachment of thirty whites from Fulton, thirty miles away, came into tbe city armed to the eeth and prepared to reeiat tbe negroes wbo propose to attack this place on ao ount of tbe recent lynching. Eddy- ville. Kuttawa, Win go. Princeton, Pad u oah and neighboring towns have been Hbked for aid. Companies are being formed in each place. The Second ReMi ment of Kentucky State Guards, at Paducab, has asked for a Gatling gun and the piece is now on its way from this city. Tbe body of William Suet (colored ) wa? found today lying in a side street of MayBeld. It is known be was killed last night by armed whites organized for protection wbo were patrolling tbe treets laet nigbt. Suet wss shot in tbe back. All sorts of rumors are current bout a mob of negroeacomicg into town tonight for vengeance. JNo merchant will sell a weapon or ammunition to the egroes. A large force or armed whites will be on tbe streets tonight snd every precaution is being taken to prevent a general outbreak of negroes which is threatened. Messages from Paducab and surrounding towns are warning the wbiteshere to be on their guard. Chicago. Dec. 23. W. A. Hammond, second vice-president of the National Hank of Illinois, who baa been charged with pulling tbe wool over the eyes of tbe directors of the defunot bank, woald not talk today when seen in bis palatial home in Evanston. Through an inti mate friend, noweyer, he made a state ment caloulated to inculpate several di rectors as well ss two or three meo not coucerned with tbe bank. "W. A. Ham mond is to be made the eoapegont of the failure or tbe National Bank of Iliiooie," said the friend. Hammoud is a broken man today, but not any more -to blame for the amount of money loaned 00 Cal umet securities than other men of the ticianoe committee of the bank and di rectors. It was necessary to tbe pur poses of a man connected with the South Chicago city railroad and an officer of one of tbe beet known banks in this city to depreciate tbe Calumet electrio road's stcck and to this end these two men brought about tbe wrecking of tbe Na tiorsl Bank of Illinois. Ot tbe bank's funds f 2,475,C0C had been loaned on Cal umet securities. The plan i to depre 01 ate Calumet stock and then buy it. Thn combine this valuable property. 63 miles of new track, equipment and franchise, with tbe South Chicago rail road, eventually combining wito tb Chicago City ra I road, and make a for tune of millions in a few ytars." St. Paul. Dec. 23 -The state back examiner, Keoyon, wss still io cbarg of tbe baok of Minnesota today, re ceivers not having yet been appointed Frank Soymour has bten decided on for one of tbe receiver?, but the second is yet to be selected. There is no ex citement in buainees circles. Tbeaseur ance tbat depositor will be paid in full is given by the stockholders whoiodivi dually could more than pay the depoai tors. Sioux-Citt, Ia., Da 23 Tbe Par sons, Pell6tier Dry Qoods company, on or the largest house to Smux City, 01 not open today. The stock ia io tbe bands of mortgagees who hold claims for $91,533. Washington, Dao. 23 The presiden signed tbe pen ion appropriation bill and urgent deficiency appropriation oil. I be latter carries m inly nava appropriations. Tbe chiefs of nam construction and steam engineer have been notified that they may continue repairing ships. St. Paul, Dao. 23 A G!endivice, Mont, special to tbe Despatch says: ore early this morning destroyed th extensive machine shop and all but on section of tbe roundhouse belonging to tbe Northern Pacific; loss $55,000. Four teen eogioes ware saved bv beiog push ed out by hanir All tbe maobioery aod rour engines uoaergoiog repairs were destroyed. The origin of the fire is un known. . CONSTANTINOPLE, UBC. All am baseadore have no w received instructions to concert a proposal with a view to im proving the situation io the Ottoman empire. The proposals, before being submitted to the Saltan, will be referred to their respective governments. All powers, including Russia, as repeated ly announced during tbe past few months, agreed in principle to the e pediency of employing coercion should the Sultan be recaloitrsnt, but the form of coercion will not be determined until the emergency arises. London, Djc. 23 As frequently annouoced from various capitols since he visit of the Czar to th -Q jeea, io September, the power? have n ,ally be came convinced tbat tbe Sultan's pro mises amount t nothing and are deter mined to begin a policy of coercion au lorormat'on points to toe aocurscy or tbe news received today from Con stantinople and cabled toth Associated Press. Tbe Marquis of Salisbury oc Monday summoned ambassadors to tbe foreign omce anu communicated to them tbe views of the British govern meot on definite proposals to Kcspi for joint intervention, 10 order tbat each ambassador might communicate them to uig government Guadalajara, Mex. Deo. 23 Parti culars have been received here of a desperate affray at tbe ranch of Juan Vidrio. Vidrio bad trouble with hie employes aod thirty attacked him Seriously wounded, betook refuge 10 bit- residence and fired on bis asailaots killing two aod woundiog (even badly Twenty members of tbe mob have been arrested and will, probably be shot Poktlanh, led., Dec. 23 A nitro glycerine magazine near Mootpelier exploded today with terrible force Harry Adams sod Geo Peack were blown toatms. A great bole io tbe ground ie the only mark left to show the locution of tbe bu'lding. The shock was felt for miles around. London, Deo. 23 Earl RueselPe Riverside residence, at Maidenhead, on tbe Ibames was gutted by are early ibis morning. It ia rumored tbat thc tire was of incecuiary origin. Since tbe trial of tbe Earl's suit against hi mother-in-law, Lady Salina Scott, be baa received several threatening letters West Supebiob. Wi. Dec. 23 Thr bank of West Superior did sot opeo this morning. It is a small institution, with a capital and surplus of S1CU.0U0 Washington, Deo. 23 The Baard of Naval officers just presented to Secre tary Herbert. Colon, for defense of tbe Atlantic coast in case of war. BcsTiir. Msbs., DdO. 23 Conductors aod motor men of tbe Wst E id street railway voted to demand a formal re cognition in tbe conductors' and motor nens union. If recognition is not accorded by 12 o'clock tonight the men say tbe road will be tied up. Washington, Deo. 21 It ie authent ically reported that tbe department of justice contemplates action at at early date looking to tbe foreclosure by tbe government on the Union Pacific, with tbe probability also of similar proceed ings sgainst the Uentral and rLansae Pacific. Suoh a step is considered im perativs to protect the government s interest and has been deferred in view of impending aotion by congress. A very light portion ot the first motgege oot da as well as second motgage will mature with the beginning of lb97 Holders of first mortgage bonds wuuld naturally bave priority over tbe govern ment but it ia said the attorney generil has construed tbe amended Pacilio rail road aots as conferring am pie power upon the government to proceed irrespective of any course of tbe firet motgage hold ers which tbey may see fit to take. Washington, Deo. 24 The State De partment has been asked lo interest it self io Enrique Delgado, an American, reported captured by tbe bpanieb white Iriog wounded in a Cuban hospital, atid believed to be' in danger of summary exe cution. A lepresentative of tbe iNew York Mail and Express waited on Sec retary Oloey today nod claimed tbe pro teotion of our government for Delgado whom be described as a correspondent of that newsLaper aod in no sense a combatant. London, Dec. 24 The British steam er James Drake, of Shields, wbicb sailed from Carlofort, Sardinia, on November 28th. for Dunkirk, is eleven days over due and has been given up for lost. She had a crew of 19 meo. Anderson, led., Deo. 24 It looks as if the Brunt Blook oue of tbe largest io the Las belt burned today. LoeaSI0O, 000. Rawliog & Hayne's department store, tbe Columtia Club and various stores and offices occupied tbe buildicg. Chicago. Dec. 24 The Calumet State Baok, of Southern Chicago, today made sn assignment in the county court to Melville O. Eames. A statement as filed showing that tbe assets were $37,- C69; liabilities 3C8.000. Boston, Msse., Deo. 24 -Maiden, Everett, and Charleston districts, and Med ford had light or 00 street car ac commodations this morning. Thou sands ot people were obliged to get to business in the beet way they oould Meetings were held between midnight end five o'clock at tue headquarters ot the union and hundreds of employes demanded tbat tbe strike go ioto effect at cnc as originally decided by the council. There was an excit iog acena wben it was announced that the atrike would be postponed Leaders of many divisions threatened to leave wtork without the stand ing council. Divisions have been lied up at leaat temporarily. The Lrat aotion agaiuat the company occur red iu Uoarlealon abd Everett when the Maiden motormen and conductors re fused 10 take oars oot before daylight. INocdre re ruo from Maluen and Med torj staoiea ana oitizena wao were oul gtd 10 to ioto tbe uity either walk ea or gui into over crowded passenger train.-. A report received from bverett in he forenooo says 200 West Ejd rail road euyloes ate idl iu tbat city. Ai 10 u'ctock the car were ctf all tbe streets iu Bod ion except I hope 00 Warb ington street lines anu South Boston di viaion. Tbe meo of other lines stopped work 00 beiug told tbe situation. Tne executive committee of the Pioneer Fe deration Lbur Union, tne central ornizatiOQ ot employes hail a meeting this muruiog at wbicb tbe aotloo of lh supreme council after midnight post- puuing tbe strike was criticized. Prai dent iuuog oi me union issued a re quest f.r all employes both in aod out of tbe citj to remain at work until noon wben he taid work 00 every line would be flopped. Tbe police bave reserves at each station butaccord icg to report from all sections of tbe city everytbltg is quiet It is under stood a confervc.ee oetween tbe Uaioo Exeautive Committee aod West Eod U'jtnpaoy will endeavor to come to eome under landing but this will oe difficult 1 be Uoiou officials eay eleven mail cars which run over different lines will not oe involved. Tbe Western Street rail way operates tines throughout the city proper, boutb Bostou. Dorchester,. Eas rJostoo, Bndgeton, Cambridge portioc of Newton, Milden, Everett, Med ford and tbe entire Buxbury end of Charles ton districts. O Kansas City, Mo., Deo. 24 It was 3:15 this morning . before tbe Cbioago and Alton train, robbed at Bine C't, 1 ear independence, last nigbt, wss got together after having been out in two by obbere aod trip to St. Lou is resumed Marshall Kesbler wbo started in pursuit of tbe robbers with deputies last night baa not yet returned. Messenger Fryer could give no estimate of the loss. H describes tbe two robbers ss quite tsll nd smoothly tbaven. About 25 ysare of age. Tbe third man the one that attempted to blow open the safe was about 35 years old and had a small moustache. Tbe robbers left imme distely after concluding tbat it would be useless to break into tbe tbroueh safe Fryer remained in tbe car alone two hours after tbey left. Had tbe robbers succeeded in opening tbe through safe tbey would more than likely have made a good haul. At oocn word was received from Cracker Neck, a small place near Blue Cut, tbat a man believed to be one of the robbers had been held there. A !pecl. bearing officers, was starUd from Independence to make arrests. MAfCJUTAH, III., Dec. 24200,000 coal mioera at St. Clair and Madera struck for biner wsges. Constantinople, Deo. 24 Fresh ar rests bave been made of members of the .You eg Turkish party bringing the to' tal number of prisoners to 400. Tbe per hois arrested were tortured to compel tbem to divulge the names of their asso ciates. V St. Petersburg, Deo. 24 Many liyes bave been lost by lb capsizing ot a ter ry boat 10 the river Doieper in tbe pro vince of Ekaterboslaff. Los Angeles, Dec. 24 J jhn A. Hoop er, of San Fraucisco, aopeared before the harbor oommiasioo this morning and read a paper signed by mny ship-own rrs of the ooast to the effect tbat 8anta Monica wa a bad place to unload lum ber and tbat a vaat amount of money would be needed to make ita good plaoe for lumber imprests wbileSso Pedro was naturally advantageous for the purpose Capt, Polhbamus, pilot at San Pedro, -aid tbat tbe pUo was much more land ocked aod a better place fjr a. harbor o account of tbat ooodiMon. Catalioa Inland makes a wiod break. Captaia Welsh and Johnson stid prsotionlly th am. Tbe Pasadena board of trade -eot a representative to favor Sao Pedro "bis completed the rok for the day. Mineral Market- New Tore, Dec. 24. 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