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THE SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER.
VOL. XV.
OBOKG*- HIJAKK,
ArroJtSEY AT LAW-ROOM 2S *WD X
Vnj.B Block. Seattle. *«b.
t l attention' Corporation, land and
u w>t. c.«. Finiu/j*
pattßrwm Ac Glmtgow.
» TTORSEY3 AND OOCNr-EI.LOR*-AT-
A law o#<*, 11* Jibm utrert, Oppo
se U»« o"rcf*^a*»--
ISAAC M. HALL,
ATTORNEY AND COCXBELLOK AT
Law lioUritor in Chancery, Proctor la
iitniraltT, » n ' ! N'taryPnbUc. R«om A,
balldin*. Mill rtreet, Seattle,
j Take the elevator.
BEN KV H. LOOM 18,
ATTORNEY AT LAW— KENSEY BLOC*,
corner of Frout aad ColuahU street*,
ma*
K. K. MCHOLB,
A TTOBNEY AT-LAW, NOKTII YAKJ-
A
ebkn smith.
A HORNET AT UW, IJ. 8. COMXffi
rtooer Mid Notary Pablie. Pine laii*,
imar:.: and mid. Poatoffie# b*z f.TS, ft-at
WOOD Ac 08B0RNK,
ATTORNEYS AND COCNOELLORB AT
law. Attention fiven to land litijra-
Hoa, i*ud title* and probate znauera only,
gootni <i and 7. Union Block, Seattle.
FIOUTL' oMo**, TRUST** T. DTK*.
OHBOKN Ac UYKR,
Liwniw.
SEATTLE. W. T.
Ioon.« 1* »n<] M. Vtfler Bnlldinr. Mil]
gtreer, tndot('oflam<fd«l Tikxfefitur.
gABOLD KSJMt<;K f HENR Y M IKil;*,
C. M. CAKE.
Carr Ac Prenton,
ATTORNEYS AND COCSMEI.IXJKS AT
law. Offi<-e» at i«'oonri. Mount Ver
-Be«ttk-. Seattle office, Yenler-
U*rj bloek. ]vl7.lw
F. H. LKWIH, M. li.
PHYSICIAN AND 1-UKfiEOS RKSl
d<n<<*. toroer Ninth and Stewart
«R«>. upponte Math Brett groocrjr
UK. t»K<>. A. KKICH,
OCl'l.lfT. ACRInT. I.AKYNO't»< OPWT.
harlur returned from hn tnp to the
llstU't EUNJ)*, will be pleaded u> LIIT-F T
kit former | <tt' rwti* arid other, deitirlnig bit
Nrrii». ,t kit former office,:in the Yealer-
Learv heattle, W. T. Re*l'len'e,r<*r
per fourth and Vftri'm. jylTdw
DK. FAN Nlb: M. A FIBO IT,
HOJKKOPATH IHT, FORMERLY OF 136*
Washinycm street, Boston, Ms»«*
ebnsetts, glees *j < « s : attention to dsneasc*
Of srorren Slid children. Those e*i**cfiujj
Mfnemcnt or sufferintf fron menstrual
flntffui art ties ilmiild e*pe« ialJy commit
fcer. Call* an«wert*l 'lay or night. Con
futation free. Treatment free for those
inabii- to p«y from H to 10 a. to Wednes
day*. Rooms, Kenny Block, x Httle.
I>K. K. 11. COK,
PHYSICIAN A rfHRGEoN, ROOM 17.
Colonial block, earner Second and
Columbia street*. (Jlttrr hours 10 to 11, 2
to 4 and nigh * Telephone 13K
C. K. t'AHK, M. IJ.
ABLK)MI»AL SUHUKON AND (IYNE
co!ofi«t.
TACOMA, W. T.
IJK. c*. BPIT/Y,
(Academy of Parti, 1*70.)
SPECIALIST FOR ( IIEST, LCNO.BTOM
ach, liver and kldnev 1 11 .<-«*- a, epilepay,
parah«i«, gout, rhi umatUtn »vphill«. he
cret
without medicine,. Consultation In Kng
li,h. (ormaii .En nrh and Italia*. OflW,
biiildinir. Mill street, ro*>m 5, ureoutl
iloor. Daily from 10 to 12 a. in.,-t/» Ip. rn.
T. t. mtioa, M D. U L. a. mtrm, a. ».
UKH. MINORA UAWWtN
jplf VBK.IANB AMI BUROSONK.
OFFICES 1» OPKRA Horsß BLOCK.
Telephones: Office, N<». W*: I>t. Minor's
reald«-vi«x\ So. ta.
S. J. HOUIKH, M. I>.
]>H Y9ICIAN AND si HO EON OFFICE
Colonial bUx k. JMfontl an«l ColuraUis
atrwts.
Office Hours 10 ao to l'ja. m.; 2 tot.
and 7t09 p. ia. Tek»|«huoe No. vu.
W, A. SHaKKOM, M. n. J. SHANNOM. M. I>.
Drs, Hhannon Jc Shannon,
]>H VSICIANS AND 81'ROKON'K OFFICE
Cuion bloek. Front street, first fl<*or,
upstairs, room lu. of?u-y open at all hours.
OH. K. K. HHAW,
PHYSK IAN AND SITE'iKoN OFFICE
Colonial bWk, coruer second and
Columbia street* Residence, *l7 Thin!
»trMl e honnk •1* lO.Wa. m., 4 to f
and 7to• i» m. Telephone 122.
B. l. aairh. u. d. Q acre* *iu.a*d, m. d.
DKH. HMITH Ac Wll.LAKli
I)HYSICIANrt ASH BUfK.MONH-OFFK'F
PonrtaV Blink, Front street Offici
howr» >to 4 p. ML aud 7toßp. m.
Mr. and Mrs. K.J. Ca«t le,
HKALJCKX AND TEACHERS CHRIS
tisn rirlene*, Mental Healing No. lot •
Sscoml street, between Madison and s*prtu*,
Beatt!«-. W avhmvton Territory.
i. tt. WTKRV. | H. 1. OWENS.
rtCl'liKY cV OWKNH,
CtlVll. EMifNKKRg, fIt'RVKYORg AND
/ Coatraetors Kaiiwavs ami other l-wb
lle workf* and built Office—
&oom« l<o and jl. Yealer bloek. Jamea Bt. f
Mental
WKU'll »V
CtIVIL KN'iISKKkS ANP lIR.Ur.HT*
/ men All kinds of meehauieai draught
ixif pmmj-tlv «rt« ndt d to.
Koom 14, Coloblai block. s»ecoud street.
FIBHKU »V ChAKh,
AR( HITK« Ts BrTLEK S Kl*lMdN(t
Jam* % *i . 'VrHrntal Hotel
ii. rtl'KI.X MAN,
ARL tttTECT KiKiM ... KKIMii 81-O-.k.
Front an<l M*rion utrvria
.JOll N li. .1 AN IOK V .
iTTOKNKI. KcTUfS VN l> M'RVEV
1\ or \\ )) m ,■ f«»ro thel'tuUd
■aies laud ortuv Coutests lntilab d. run-
VMtetl aud 'i id*il. ImN r Und ea* >
jnecialtv \«■ N:t tox. riHJH-nt land
«srt»ij aod set waahipp ata
tadsb«t!a< t <»f K ij <« un?y eorrectetl hi»
«> ds?t wi]| K' f« und at my ftTU Ad
KalliCity Kin< < .'unty. W. T.
UK. OLKNA 1 • \ WLKY,
pOKNKI! FOIRTH AMI l!l ! ! »TRI FT.
»>nr* > ■ f Vrv a
bnirtfcv w th «! •" *n» ii «>f Hotneia
**Mfldtva. Midwifery a y.
I'. A \ rihiw,
PRACTICAL BOOKBINDER,
pAPtlt K;-|.KK *SK >u»t>K MAST
y Country »>- ?. r> w.
VIWfS ],»
ahderson. bertrand * CO.,
®>*U •»«! Mining Knginson and
RDraimhtsm.'ii,
AILKDA!) MiMNi WAJ KR WORK
tojwnfra . M ®n»l
yy n Mv«*tiirithrriiti: £ v> n n*"« i«! allot
tmKrSU- pn*tf rl\ or >*' > or
*ij«l ii«i" lAUht! «tr»w
,,r F r,uT>k •
w!z ****«>P pia!* ai ! t.tl bauq
W, Yi»>f Uip blivk, >r*i
' w T «CJ* ItD
NOTICE.
N®p« HKKKt V i 'YEN TH IT
t n i« H. it u,g
Hht. X *' r ' !n *»*•»»< of hvk .V.
1*» ,!! n « r:; m* '»i r«- ?
ufJ * n, l fit i-u'*, l as this
, « Blunt cot>*enf. Mr
{2* «author ltd tuoo* -ft all <Wbt* du
U-* " lul *>»> assume*! *u«! will m; ail
<.( ti;** firm
JoHN IK- K.
!W-~v r » WHITE.
i, isv*
*■ A. HASBROUCK I CO..
""us. »xr> raa**urnaii
AKO MILIU I*
Photographic Supplies.
§Maa Prifate Mint
MARIOS and nwK*
l>rat "Store. „ Hoard br <**T
* fontt ;i nrj
West Seattle
PROPERTY.
60 «>NLV 00
ALL WE HAVE LEFT IS
SIXTY LOTS ONLY.
THE
White & Manning
ADDITION
ijxr
West Seattle
Has Gone With a Rush.
November 7th we placed
this choice addition of 480
lots on the market, and
already 420 of them have
been sold.
Come at once if you wish
to secure a lot in this addi
tion.
SIOO, $125, $l5O, $175,
and $200; one-half cash,
balance in six months, with-
out interest.
Remember the fact that
we are owners and not
agents, therefore we can sell
you cheap. Buyers save the
commission in purchasing
direct through us.
WHOM CO,
CORNER
Cooffltrcial asd Jactson Sis.,
SEATTLE, W. T.
rrt
W. P. BOYD & CC,
DIRECT IMPORTERS
of
GENERAL DRY GOODS!
TABLE LINENS, LUNCH CLOTHS, NAPKINS,
TOWELS AND TOWELING
In the bent ami mo#it complete we have ever
offered our trade, ami contains soma en
tirely new and unique deaijcns.
Blankets Blankets Blankets
In while, gray nnd all the fancy eolor**, i'rom
trie most reliable factorie®, ho»ight at th«'
1 ovetf cash prices, 'and w ill be Mold in like
manner. AIHO
s^-A FULL LINE OF CRIB BLANKETS, "d
Now iw the tilnfl to |iurcliiuh> ailTuntagsouiily.
PORTIERE DRAPERIES, LACE AND DRAPERY
CURTAINS, TABLE COVERS and FURNI
TURE DECORATIONS.
621 and 623 Front Street,
BSATTLE. W. T.
CAPITAL, SIOO,OOO
J. FL*«TH. Cauiirr Pinr.'t 8 K«.:k .
H. li (<TECr». .-truve. H»;tit« & MrMickea. W
Attorney,. .
A. B. OTRWART. Stewart A. ll.> r.<< iDfkl ' _ .WTV
D*. T. T. Mmo*. Minor* liwieii, Phjrsi- •
ciana.
J. P. HoTT.Maag'r D. HortouACo.Banker, yO(V "
B. Buirtjikrfc iikwlwi Im .v Iv, Jfi Mi »
M. I>. B»ti.iißD,l*rv.-nlcut Seattle Hardware \ V\
Coapaay. <|» (V\ »*
I.&lm,«nw.Sil<tMk JL W*
E P. FcRRT. V:ce-p'.-M'!entFt*e ® V
Boned National Lank. *
} R. HOYT, PacmBSXT. JAM EH BOTH WELL. BacanaaT AND MaHASU.
Removed to 620 Front Street, foot of Cherry. dAw
West Seattle!
BUY WHERE THE IMPROVEMENTS ARE BEING MADE.
Choice tW'SINK.ss and KKSI PENCE lota in the plat- of the WEST SEATTLE
I,ASI> A IMPROVEMENT CO. f« r >ale only at the office-, of
Eshelman, Llewellyn & Co.,
POST BFILDING.
COME AND BUY THE LOTS WITH THE CREATEST FUTURE OF
ANY NCW FOR SALE IN SEATTLE.
We quote tin- following description of the scenery ai seen from this prop
erty from an article in the San Franci-co Journal of Commerce:
Our .Seattle friend?". we trr.-t. will pardon a stranger within their pate-* of
fering thi* gratuitous atfvire. rrt «r t.«ke an exceptional interest in the truly
in agnihcent >nrrounding- of thi-* coming "We-t End" and niu*t run the
of being considered "gushing" in our praise by some, and "cheeky" in our
unsought advice by others. We must excuse by saying tnAt we
have insect ted thi - from Alaska to the Mexican i»order. We have ?*cen
the -un rhn n the Al|w, and have revelled in the beauties ot Lucerne from the
Miniti :t of Kigi, we h«ve felt the sot influence of the Mediterranean ami de
lighted in the ca*t ! e-'ringed banks of the glorious Rhine. We have .♦•ought
out and adnr.red the fine s *cenerv of the Old World ami the New. but from
no one >pot have we ever 1 «*en so impressed with the beauty of the land*caj>e
a* with that view»d from the tableland of \Ye*t >eattie. It is simply unique.
On oih* >ide of you the maje-tic Rainier poinla his hoarv crest into the very
heaven#. Alone in his gr:*nc'eur like a very pni. hi* mas-ire front of 14.144
feet seems to dwarf into | igmie- tlie announcing mountain* that would else
be jji..ntv In front» i you M« urn Baker. another white and glistening mon
ster. though h» ndred mile- or so away, thrusts himself ujn»n vour
vi>ion. whilst r»iiht and left of y«>u the Cascade and the Olympic range-* form
a ha ek ground of he n o»t » xqui-'te n.ouh.ints tha r the mind of man can con
ceive. wild ami r «i in their outline ai d even c hangeful in their soft and
glom us ti;;t- «**••* Tfefiugh thi« property will pass the Seattle A
Southern K. R . with hull at (•! o U rapidly pushed to completion with a
depot c!< *e handy to the ferry > lip. On either side will extend wharves and
warehouse-, fa tones and stores.
HOLIDAY GOODS!
NOVELTIES IN HOLIDAY GOODS.
I'-ciiV* onr complete lire <>: over *«> • itTV'-mt -\yle-of Silk and En,braid
orr.i l-ar.ik.nl> . - nti.s Use l«r>:e >U* k < I. .sir-' F nii-b Tie wr hare
a.liitd *,•:> « rntirclv r. w noreltsr>. eoii very elegant. rich and uatfui
articles in
Hand-Painted Sachet Bags, Card Cases,
Playing Cards, Fancy Blotters, Telegrams,
Calendars, Necessaries, Pen-Wipers, etc., etc.
l <ffol ami p«t *-.nft j for th* 1 Holi iip w tlun the reach of erery
: one. Come and in*i«ect litem.
LATOUR <Sc CO.,
opera ItliK'k, Kronl «Irc»l.
LOOK 11ST AT THE
GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR WINDOW
A*!* Ml Til«
BEAUTIFUL COMBINATION MUSICAL I RESiiNG CASE
' lor one t.arefca»:ne I: worth, or ov*r. is . .i Ito » s-1 in ifc* '«»». worth TO)
TSsc draw its «lii take piaee Jatuar> 1 at th. V Ktl.K BAZAA&,aad
wils t* bj a of tlrket-hoMon.
IP. v B.PATENI TEREDO PROOFI
PILE COVERING
'VGULLINE 4'."CAMERON; •SEATTLE 'I
■AGENTS FOR.W.T. S BC. ]]
SEATTLE. WASHINGTON TERRITORY. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 6. 1888.
OTTE stock: of
WORK OF CONGRESS
Mr. Springer I ryes Terri-
torial Admission.
THE SENATE TARIFF BILL.
Sub*taatial X°r< gr*»a Made la lt«
C >aai<lr ratiota—A Bill to Dl
* Wle Calir.iri.il.
W.i«hi!«gtos, Dec. s—ln the ho tree to
day. ttndtr tim ca.i t *f the 9tate*. tbe foi
k>v.iag bill*. etc.. vera inirotiueed aad in
ferred:
By OttM of Alabama. M refulat* ixzmi
fntkML
By Vanderer tff California, to dtTlde tbe
atate of California into two fiat en.
By Morrow of California, for tbe oon
ttract ion of a revenue cutler fcr Fran
ciaco. alao a imtatiun «ailing *>u tbe
retary t tbe tr*a*ury for information con
cern. u»r tbe relief of Anaerkan whit, in*
and fiabinf ve»ac2» in Hearing *eaand the
Arctic -ee«a.
By Stewart oI G* jrtria, fo a
graduated income tax. the proceeds of
which are to be applied to the payment of
pension#.
By Anderaon of Kansas, a resolution di
recting th • iater state commission to in
form the hoase, alter investigation, what
to what . -uad campm-
evadiug, or b> a clearing-house <-r
other form of combination ir,ay be seeking
to evade, the provisions of the inters-ate
esnssserecMt, intended to secure to the
people the benefits of low freight rates a* a
result of competition among earners, sud
iU2R»'vt# legislation.
b> ummintca of New York, for tbe con-
Stru< "n of two steei cruiser*, to be armed
wita dynamite guus and torpedo thrower*.
also for tbe construction of two steel rams
to be armed with heavy rifled dynamite
guns and torpedo throwers.
H' Kayner of Maryland. making the pos
tal t. legraph bill a special ord«r for Decern
ber 15.
of Illinois asked unanimous
consent for tbe immediate consideration
of a resolution making au omuibus h*H for
the admi»Mou of I>ako*a, Montana. Wash
inztou a., i N.-w M-\ c» an official order
for b>-day, the bill to he eottsidered from
da\ to day until disposed of.
GrofcVcuor ot Ohio ob}» Cted.
After a brief debate the senate bill f«»r
adjustment of accounts of work
men and mechanics arising under the
eight hour law. went uvtr without ac
tbm.
Pay sen, from the committee on public
la.oi*, reported asi privileged ma t r the
bill to qmet the title «>f seller* ou the IKS
Moiu<.» rtver lands in lowa
Kowell made a point of order that the
report ua« not a privileged one. After
a iu:*e length) di«<-ussion theS]>takcr de
cided in favor of Paysoau
Before the discussion opened the pre
cediugs were initfrrupted to enable Mills to
fire»ent and the ho ise to enter the follow
ng order "That Thursday, December 6,
r-atnrd* .the N th. and Tuesday, the 11th.
immediately after the reading of the jour
nal. be set ajmrt for consideration of Sen
ate !> 11 19. the direct tax bill, now iu cum
mittre «>f the vvbole. a;, i that at 4 o. u>.
Tues<iay. December 11, the same shail be
reported to the hoti-e with such amend
menta as may nave been agreed on in com
mittee. and the previous question "sbsll
then be considered as ordered ou all such
amend menu on ordering the bill to the
third readiug aud on it* passage, auo a
vote thereon -hall then be taken iu the
house "
Springer a>ked unanimous consent for
the adoption of a resolution making the
senate i»i 11 for admission of the territory of
>outh l>aki>ta aud the orgauizatiun of'the
territory of North Dakota a special order
for to-morrow, and from day to day uutil
disposed of. and tbat thereafter bills for
th- admission of Mon r ana. Washington
Territory and New Mexico shail be in or
der uutil disposed of.
Pa>stui objected for the present and
t ailed up the Des Moines river tand Mil.
After a short discussion the bill was
parsed. Adjourned.
SKNATE rROCEEDIXCiS.
Thirty l ages of the Tarl.T Bill I>ls
posed of.
W VHISOT-'.V, Dec. In the wnate Vest
offered a continuing the ex
l>t«*oc© of the select committee on qucs
lions touching the meat produi tion of the
ITnib-d i-tatff. es|»eeiai y as to its transj*or
tatiou with I* a\»* to sit during the session
air.l during the next recess. Referred to
the committee on contingent exncuses.
Dau es offered a resolution, whu h was
t«». cailine on the secretary of tne
interior for information as to alhtfvd out
rast-s a:. I n Btsa :;t of ;o. rtv committe«! iu
Alaska «n iu>aue females and other per
sons, and what steps, if any, had been
t*k*-u by the department to protect tt-e
person of females iu Alaska from such
outraev.
Hoar offered a resolution, whb h was
referred to tbe committee ou contingent
expen*»continuing the select coium.ttee
our» ationa with t'anada, with j«ower to
si? dur ug the reees*. and to report st the
December »• «sl%*n of 18H9.
I'iUiub • ffered a renoiutlon. whieh was
agreed t<«», instructing tne committee on
epidemic diseav * to inqu re a* to the
•ftwaif Urn 'i •: Haw fever
into Florida during the jast waw>n. and
what legislation, if auy, i« necessary to
prevent similar other tn.roduction of yd
low fever.
At L-' :JO the senate proceeded to consider
the tariff bill. Senator Harr:.* *a:d "In
order to ie«t the sense of ih»- senate a* to
whether the principle indicated by the
house bii!, which, a- I «nd» rstand it. pro
p»-«ae" to reduce tbe r» \enue byredming
ta ation, pba.l prevail, > T whether the
principle on which thes'Ubfttituteprv«c> eds.
that t f Jbe rvdncing r ve: ae by to some
extcu* at least increasing taxsti>>n. -hall
I mevc to .a\ the ndmeat on
the t«-)ie. and a?k for the yeas and uav*."
. i n , auu ■.-» i ' i . . • - » \ o' a i.'i u«i .
Tbe motion wa* r« j ctci -jeas 19, nays
25—a strict party vote. Tbe clerk then
read a ȟbe>titut*' for the auu adment.
Vance movrd an am- ndmeat to the
to section, redu<mg the lim't of the
claim for reba'c frvkm 4io to 11. Rejected.
The next subject, commeuclne at sec
tion 3 and ending at >. > tion 11. was that of
"Alcobol ia the industrial artNo
amendment was ,.ff red, bu: Sherman said
; r,e 1 ad ver> grave doubt a s»t«»tb> practl
tabihiy of anpiylnc ?he*»- s- • ':oti* with
»:ut 'ira*4i;g frs'i I. lie ton : -i*;-eserve
tbe right to .>D«;r r two amt n lments
to »-.:ue of *h» d. ta.U. Hani* gave n«*ice
that he wou'.d a'»o have '.-•me amendments
tsofferto Hie internal num sec tions.
Vanou* amendments to the internal reve
uue ►ectivtta Wt re offered by Vance and ail
i rejected
\ At Jo ock tbe Union Pacific aettlement
bill eame up as nnfini»bed business and
s»a* i•• " r p«'ued a» a order till Wcd
s • xt
t'..n»i.i- « aof tbe tarff bill wai then
}r- »un i Vance offered another atnemi
ment. whi i: wa* agreed to witnout dis
i i t It pr» » d«s that when the health or
\:l ' a : - nader the re\euue laws
■» .a *h! by close confinement, the
j tdge taa* issue iu order for providing for
- . \ pi fc..ner'* reasonable i'omfort and
; well-being.
Then arae section 12, which deals with
a.it > upou iinponf," beginn.ug with
weha-iule 'Vbemieal Products."
I'bt r»o»i cai ; ed attention to the fact that
tne '%'>-> of «iUt rrj«orte»i for rh*-mica.
nr«v..ucts made not! waace for remittance
i dih tsx ot» ►pir.'* u»ed in the medi< :ncs.
rhi> re?...a* t»n wool be «aid. simply op
- r*'. a- a a. . -• -a b— U|| to the manu
fa ,o'crs of < hemtcal products. No mem
b - < i thv t. a;:e. « rumittre would deny
that there w.»uld be gnat fraud on the
revenue under the provision for free aico
-1 i t:«v ar « and manufa«tares. He.
there!-'re, - ga- e«1 th*ae provisions a* the
r -r »«ep t. ward total abrogation of the
fr«* » tax. He wa> nnalterably op
pewd to » ► » atioa. toaay nrmiaaiott
•rf tax of ap :a ami to an* »y»tem which
< ff. r -i a T «return on fraud, and thia bill
Vtrtua dttl that.
A.. ■ d that the proposed legisia
:-t was a step in the t .':mination of the
*Ti r-.1 >t ir:ts The discussion
th n » *>k a pi»: it foal tarn.
A ' - t a .. taken uo a m->tioa
n-.a M '• ■» o tr> air kc out a'l tbe
ij-ed u manufacture,
and.' - i a* 17. nays St Sher
. a alter Eepob trans ia
; - \fter. i«p»»«i*g of 93 pages
»f i a.i •* iing the end of irbd
u . A mi - • »-h ; t being offered, the
v : * ■ . 'o executive buaiuesssud
KMiu a..W»»sra •!
> \ w:i» ox K'bßT MIISD.
An l i t nr 1 arnittss Appointed t«
». erf a Ml*.
W.* U. > . > Dc. V—■Tne Secretary of
th.- ai » ap}»-»inted Capt. W T.
Ma' «b. <a idt-r C M Chester and
I.*- oo a .er C. H '•t.wkton a taaanl
to s- • a St- Ira- a r \ -yard ou Ibe nortn-
V(«t ct«*> *f the Called ssatas.
Itmdnl H»ytl.
IV*' *• Al**- Port«r Mor*
of n>o niluo. aikti *u *pp.nu:cd «rt>i
''»%-t t» I r ir..irrtimrut» of Ibe I'Bilrd
■• «•-. » »T ; J H»r»i t > J-rr.'l* oa lie cUum t»f
rrprvwutAiiTra t-i vurlet 44ri»a V»a
kmr. >irr* my. -J fur d*» »*i» for bU
i i«««i .BHIMSIHII IB isx •>
IVf.-da-ntur*. 1 j» £ »4 IB th* fcptrtKH!
oi -•••«■ IM to UH U«rn*n Itfmuom »a
•mini ta teiur wf Um far IM*
I*PAKT*E>r or JI«TICE
4*n as! B«m>M »f Attorory-firarral
G«rlnd.
*'A?iisWKi3f, Dee. V—A rtoraey -General
Garland u»-4ay ma lv bis annua* report to
coc.rrv*s of the Uimimmi of tfec tfe&arTaifct
of j 3»;iee 4a.no* tbe la*t Sseai r«r, to
i eetJJtrr with statistics <«f trtme a£*:c«: lb*
I'tuted States, and a sfaieaitut of the b**i
nraa of the court sai the cvmrt of
cimimK He advocates the passage of the
bill j«a«lin# ia f <*r like appoint
ment of a coaamttsiou of UKjntrr into the
advisability of rwverameat
with a provision for work for the prisons
in a manner oat lo conflict aith labor in
general
He raits attention to the method of ism
mc*»ia* *rar.d and tria* juries ia the tern
tv*r:al district eovti tn • a*e* in wh; h the
l aited States is a partf. and Use
*ae*e«ioas :o the ias: annual repot. a ivo
catinp certain cbantes ia the Jsikiai sys
tem of the Uoitdl states. He sacs *Jt
»Q{»*•>:t*ie to over-estlniaJe the'necessfty |
for a mange in the ja-iicial system to {
the demands of the constant]* la
creasine bufeiutn of the country. a'nd I
would simply r&il attention iuih.> connec
tion to ia} in the !*•: report,
' and respectfully «ri?e that i«me ekto» he
ma«lc that will retrod? the evil* com
plained of *« aii •ities. whether that
be in accordance with my v{eW« or
oot.~
In regard tn the parment of sp^r-'a! dep
t?y marshals the—report says "Tb- ap
1 Mopriaxioe for the current "fis-ea! rrar for
► fees and of marshals ps
; but t»y special prov sion* incorporated in
i tb«» appsoflftaiieas a«H oahr IS8&.«W r-au he
■ advanced to ttiar-hala. Nnmer>as special
; depat) aere appoint***!
laws providing therefor, to m rr? at t.V- re
;c* at election. To i<av this will require a
I larve »am, and if their pay be tac*.*a from
the appropriates above mentioned. noth
lt:g witi remain for the expenses of the '
serv;e <* of i.rucrsi. aad the holiness of th«*
I'nltr J Sra:*.-« co:ir?« all over the conntr%
be senouk.y im***! !. I rv<*oaimeMd tha:
a special e ? propriaiiun U? made :» pav the
•l^patie#.
Uthcr reci»njmen<l*tioo* are that mar
•ha!« b*: alUtwed expense* in H>:
vice of procefr* ari-ia* out of th*- enforce
men of the Inter »rate coin »a*-rre lavr; that
the fee* or s of ma7>hai« be rvtd
juated iti wi.h the previous
reeommendttlion; that the employment of
a sutM3i:nteatt*»racr iu tbr territor 4 -* tw
anthonrei. aud f«»r jceuerai reotvao-zatioa
of the t-lnieal tore ou a eommensa
rale with its vast aud itfcfrea«iug bnsine*a.
■S'.o.ouo FUtt *A^C4»TT.
The Lar(f«t tie ward fiver Offtrfd
for a Human B«:»|
CHICAGO, DW. 6.—Puttie interest VllN
*lved iu lite .-uei! murit r r«*e by
ta« pQbUfiti'iii in au erru ttg paper of a
lUtvmtnt iSlvneJ to Lave bct-a made 1 by
A. J. Moat. ! !a-v «'f t;> murdered
laihioDaireJu u.:ich he «a d the ,-ufipos d
murderer bt-vu eipiurvd, Mr. stone
S*.i To ftll \- • . . - • ;•■••; •r I f L 10
evening that what he d:d "ay was a« fol
lows **l have fee ived a U'iiS'» i from a
milt wbo claim* to ha.e am W. U
Tascoll a ltd tiiat he now ta» J- in in his
powvdon an-. Hialtrd i » know w.veu I
could send to identify hint. 1 *nsw» red at
once, 'bow du yi.u kuow .t is TascottT" lu
answer I received a
prisoner aii»wen-»i all dncrifttious ati<i
that the man » »u»d seud a photograph
Mouday. That photograph i* what lam
now waiting for." Mr. fcjtone preierred not
to say at uhat point in the country
tbe prisoner was beiag held.
The anuouuc meat wi« nta>!e by Mr.
Stone th;S evening that Las lent additional
interest to the celebrated r»«t. This was
that the wi low. Mrs Henrietta Su--U, ha-
Increased the amount of the reward offered
from *JO,OJO to toO.OUO. making it tne largest
amount ever offered for tbe Ctotnrc of auy
human being in the worid Tnis }.Ai.Ofrj
reward will be paid by Mr*, SneSl through
the Cbirago police department. The offer j
holds good for four in »uth* from this Jar. .
A i arrs'.d \»: photo- !
ffraphed and th • likeness be *■ nt at once
to either M«\ etone or George VN . Hubbard,
superintendent of the Chi car-) police de
partment. No detectives w. I IK- V D', a«
heretofore, until »tn»ug marks of ideatiti
cation are presented.
CAI'OUT AGAIN.
NEE*AH. Wis. Dec. A couple ef
week* ago two men came here and started
a branch offlte of the Minneapolis Loan
Association. Tne younger w*u; by the:
name of C. E. Sueil. This morning he wa*
•nested by local officer* ou suspicion of
being William H. Tascott, the murderer of
It. J. Suvll, the Chi- a*" niiiltonuire.
DEMOC K iru \t. <*:K%NS.
Thfy Hfrldi* Not to Tear I)u«n the
(•rami Army.
ISDI IKAPOLIS, Dec S—The movement
' started by Adj.-l>eiL K'Hiut* and a few a*
•OCiated Iteiflocmtlc vH«nu», I«>okitiit to'
witbtira*al of DcmormUf members from
the Grtud Army of the Republic an.! t In
formation of a uew organization,<
is fivfn an entirely differ*-ui culnriQf
to-iilght by statements directly from
Adjt. Gen. K'WUtx. wno seem« to tn- the
fuaataiii-be»l of the ihovemeut. He stated
| this evening iu an interview that 'b«- new
oigan xatiou wa* not anta*onlctie to the
l> A. K. He claims thai a 1 the uewspaptr
latrmrnla to tke nitii v art- in uiti
1 upon this point. the point
isauew oue here. 1 c couMiiuUon and
, by-laws of t ie new . realization are not
yet ferUtraniog to the pn ;i .
j A meeting of *ome .'*) I» moeratic veter
an* w«s held to nut, presided over by •
Adj » aat-G n» rai K outz. at which an
executive committee *#• a pointed by the
ebatr with instructions to preaa the or .rani
ration of subordinate throughout
tne State. Krutn a Dt-mo ratic vet
ertn fa ..: ar with the new IU »vement
it is ascertained l<»-ulfbt n at the entire
ehara* l* rof 'h«- m«v in* nt ha* uud«-rs.un
it recent a d radical change He a<: runted
That tfce • rtgln of thr io« a w«.« to induce
Decma at r members of tbe O. A. K. to
withdra and found another benevo
lent o gatuzatiou. wmtlunig on the
same plan as the tj A R. Thin »
project, however, has been completely
abandoned and in it* plate a movem* nt is
substituted to «impi> form Democratic vet
eraus' political dabs. membership in
which wil tu no wise Conflict with G. A.
R. nicab* rsbip. The new < lubs ere to be
purely and openly political.
A SfeW MOt \ BILL.
It (irautii lbe Indiana No Vt»lc« in
Ovarii to Their I.snda.
WA*BIV.TON. Dec. —Delegate C* ffor»l J
of Dakota to-daj introdneed a «»*ll amend-,
ator> of the law proeidiug fv the division
of the ?ioux e«-r*st. • :i in l>a* »a.
and for relinquishment of tba Indian tit2e
to the remainder. The b'll amends the Jaw
H* lotto* 9 Tar reservation ia to be opened
• without the consent of thr Indians. while J
the law pecked at the la»t se*elon required .
such roosent of the luoian* Tne sum of
tU.ott.oft> >* to be deposit* d »o the credit of ;
1 the In 'dsns ifest* ad of the (t.'JW.M p~o •
i vided for ia-: >• v. n. The ia » a tbn»wn
» *en to jwett ement a'e t » tx f *ra: »b»
fol;«»wtug ratrs : l>»» land* eiit«*fy-d f- r set- .
llemeut .3unu? 'he fir>r !*»oan« after the
opening of the re»er*a?iou. tl i»- r a**r» :
.anda tak< s during the neat two > t-ars, 7S j
; o-nts per arrv. and »fuu wr s<-re for the
r-sl u«*-»i*Powed of attbe end of that time. .
T >e Jaw of session pr»»j**<-d to pay fur .
tne Itixb a! x> c**n?* jH*r a* r** A nature
of the am-nlmeut U an af»prn|»-;a?f'»;i of
IJCVSJO NMiffra* th- expeu* « of *ur* eyia<
tba lauda opened to
IU« »J»UUS V-) ' MW ••• %
Kepubiicau i maaittee Meeting.
W %»lItViTOW, Dec. < —Th" executive
committee of the Republican national i
(nmmittr- heid a u.c'iag here r »da.
The on v busiaeas transacted was the set
(tkmeatof accounts with several bureaus!
I and campaign speakr-ra
The Hiter ai d l!ar»M>r Bill.
WaSHUKiTo*, Dec -The river aad har
' bor committee *pent «* veral boors toda'»
5 in work on deta.la of the bill be the neit
j fiscal v*.ar. The c'taaiitT-e has fixed t« n
! mi:lion dollar* as tb a*gr» sate amon- t of
' appropriation* to he carri* d oy tne bill.
Offirial %«.te t»f Nevada.
| Cxaso*, Nev., r»ec. i.—The vote of the
i a* canva*s*rd by tb' s*a?e board,
givts tne btgbe»t Kepnhin-an elrd.-r TiJK*
vote*, and tbe lowest Republican 7379:
hlghcat Demoeralic ek-c?*»r iir:- and the
lowest Democrat K:,k 41: aa averse
majority for the Republicnnaof T »e
! Ltncoin couutv retunxs, which gave the
j Demoeranc i lectors ITT and the Repcr» i
• cans Ad not arrive auul this morning.
I tod do not figure tn the prva
. Jenttal vote.
(iaadaar Ch»!l«nc». OT
8...T .s. Ix-c. i-j A - lobo.
J*k< tb* «M i»
ibe c;t* to-Uv, effer* l.» » »'cb Uar
—OC-o»or. rU«>»«
if -»<" <» be rowni ia *«a !r*t
' coco Btxt
Injpri# t"W
S.,* 5», » , I*r. • —T6« t' ! »-
r«n*i'fofic« D. unl.r of ITMO U k*i
ta.l *«» f.uc aifJ :a ihtwi*tior d aft
to<S*» P.rrri *•» JifUn.l ol »a:
J*r 1B t!w !lr» DOT *RAU»FKL Uiim
wiiot a..
Prohibit! *» ia .% ilat»t a ta Head.
> -At tbe rcaa p+
eierttoa t- «2at lb* l .--iaertas ee t; ae? waa
e»ertcd Tbla raea&a <:;a..iatlwa « tbe
qaraui>a ftwa »acai pwiitift.
W»rh# *-!«!
TFcao*. Per. i—Toda* tbf Taraon
asclti&c Jaw ta« haada of
A > £-rr*;.Jeai of tbr Pa«biO rv*2ttCUoa
woraa. of Colorado.
Mr.. UoaM l» »•«•■ a
Kl* Tail. Dee &—* MiW «!>««•
for tr.f «wm bM occVTtd 11 Mil. W
Octlid * trixlttiee.
POLITICAL EVENTS.
An Indictment Asrainst <«en.
Pod ley Probable.
Hit. tLAUION IVTIRTItWID
He t!a* Bern Offer*.! \o Cabinet
riaee— Msrt-B'l I'ro.peetlir
Yiait to Hjirrhna.
; ba.Wia* was crowded tvOay wi»h wl?
«txitsw>ned to appea- befor** thi?
federal Jary. w* :■ All
inr*re ? { centers thv praae avion of
what Is km>wa s« the "Ptsdlry ca»e " The
opinion !s openly evpressed aSott the
court house that an indictment will
tasaly hi retu-aed in !hv rai*v pe«i
, ttive instruct: *a# of tr.e ro«rt D,*Trif*t
| Judge Wo»d«! relating to * t*r ad
\ tr*- *«>«-??; >-r*. to xiMm »•.».
|i*
Had a biii %*c*'v«T « 01. Dmikr.
A l utted taawhii'i wa-aat for
ni* srr »t »a- iMSnf tw» «*tv< afrer
of the "bi-** is of fli- Setter,
paid X>\ have been writkl by Dndlev. This
is »tll! '»« i and will be h"kJ
fiirtnsraat service nartl the *tk!?* *tncnt i*
returneil aeait>*t W«a. Th • letters, - i
course, will lie the b*st« at the iadirtwient.
; in ca*e there is one.
Kwm rtrv,
a *r«*Tct R»-r»*x s i»-an r»rmita'iuß ma*
made known to-4ay. It has been enffajfe*!
iatbe >ern*t inv*-- sitccvd o»r
rnpt ; oa at the Soveraber elections, su<l
Ju ljre McOrar . <>»e of the m-»r. promi
nent members, stau-d Thi* aft< rn.>on thst
the sork hai#-> il'ed ii tb \-• »» er*
lcroaa frsn % and eone'-svre *i.« had
been estabtishea Ifllut l~ j«ers m.s
HAKRHONS 11l NT.
Keating th*> liu«h for itird* and
llabbtta- Morton*# \ Uit.
iKTitAMArous. D-r \-irrv. Harrisou
! and party left at - .0 this morn'.nc **\\ r th<
»Indianapolis. l*eeatur <k Si>riiu:rteld rt«ad
iu a special The exact destination
unknown to any one out.-hh <•' the
par y except the railr«-ad »rti« a s It is
l> titTfil, however. *hat the fsr*t stt>pi»likff
place was Dana, iu Y«rmi!oon, T« r.tiies
•lie wot from lad a.»ap<>S v a•: ! oolv
about tivc f i-es from the 1 i »'a*e
line, whtie th»- party a!ighted and spent
the day beating the bushes for <;iaH.
; prairi>~hen* and rsbbHs. It was th-- ex
j»ri"o desire of (> u. HarriH"j that no re-
or correspondent* should iia
|»any the j«arty, but three «p- eial. corres
pondent* mlowed them, tak the reyti
tar express t-ajn we«twar... The reucral
will stop to-nijeht at s farm-hon*-* near
i Dana The jarty will rerurn to the eitj I
sono- time P»-marrow night.
It |« expected th*t Lttf P HMtOI ,> OS
president elect. «ili la* iu Ittdlanap*»iis
♦ arly week tota'l on .l» u. l!arrrs»>n
He will probab!y be a'*compau!*d by hi*
wife and two or three prominent Kepuhii- !
cans of New York.
Rnssell Harrison receiv*«d a telegram
fr.,»m Cot Pierce tonight, savins t'.a Gen.
Harrison wa* tke first mtmlj* r of the par*y
to bring down a bird, that they enj »yed a
line hunter's diune- at a far.a house aud
ha J a eood sneees-ful day's sport All
were welL
A DENIAL BY CL %It K SON.
He lias Been Offered No Cabinet or
Other Olhff.
WASHINOTO*, DT** A reTMwrter*of ihe
Press called on J si. Clarkson
today aud a«ke«i wha* truth there wa* In
the report recently published that he had
been teudered by the nresident elect the
position of secretary of the interi«»r. Mr.
Clarkson said: "If it worth while to de
ny any such improbable rumor yos mas
. *a> there is no truth iu it whatever. 1
, have not been tendered that or any other
p< »»ition by President-elect Harrison, nor
; had any communication nor conversation
with him ou any su -h subject, nor have I
the slightest intimaziou as to the personnel
of the new cabinet. 1 have male no
chances in my husines* or newspaper at
! I>es Moines, nor do 1 eoutemplate doing
so. lam Ka-r to srr.-u
«»f the nstiocal committee an l beip to »et
tie up the badness, which will take 10
days, when 1 expect logo home and settle
down to my wo'S, which I have neglected
for the last six m »nth« "
SPOMANKOIH (OMK(STIO>.
The Hark BUhop'* C argo Conaftder
ably HaiuageJ.
f»%s F*avcttfO, Dec. '».—The lire in the
hold of tbe German :
vhit h returned to port last night, has u
extiiignlsbed. The firs was kept smoul
dering. but txa-1 se< ure-1 *t»rh « hold «»n the
cargo Uiat several atreama fr»»m tbe fire
boat had to be thrown on the fire in or ier
to have any effect. The pttmpa were kept
'uanitie to keep the hold as free ss p.*«i
ble from water, but when tbe fire boat
unit work there were five feet of water iu
i tne hold aud it was fouud that the cargo
had been considerably damaged by hre
and water.
All the wheat it damaged and a third of
it totally lost. The entire cargo was rained
at and the damaer to the r»-«el
and cargo i« estimated a! KO.<\JO. She wa*
fully iusured. The oriain of the fire ia
«tii; unknown, bnt Capt. H nWn attrib
utes it to »p«>utane<oits combustion in the
; wooL
BOLD OHIO WHITK CAPS.
The State %uth»«ri»ie« Will Snppreaa
the Wicked *.>r|rty.
(isau.HaTi. Dec. ?*.— The attorney gen
• ra; «>f Ohio was here to day in t >?i«u ta
tion with t> e prceecnting attorneya of
Hrt»wu and Adamx counties upon the teat
i means of suppressing the White Cans.
The prosecutit.g a'.toraeys pnaented the
difficulties of inve**:*ati«;t» and pros»-m
tian. It is pro'st>!e ihst the state will
aapply mouey few the emplovment o'
t«<tires. and that every po*«;b'. effort will
he made to stop the disgraceful law ; ess
' uesa.
Meantime warning* are flrin* every
where A Bcrkea man who ««* whipped
at sad ia now l«ere in a muw-nm
was warned today to leave tbe muse am.
and Deitaoo of the police
for«e Si»o has a uottr*.
OKI nk AND orr oi rr.
Itrutal Harder In S«B Frasclses by
a I'olleerakan.
I S\M Paisftfco. De<* o Th * • venfng
I Foiiceman w S. Thempaoashot ClarU B ►
is nberg fr»»m the effects *f wtu- K«*«en
berg aooa d d Thompstm. who wa* off
d ity aud filled with wine, aaa walking
aion? one of the low st reets of the <-j|* and
. a:opi<ed at a window to taik wltna rj>« ra * r
iof tbe dem> monde. He dragged one of
«>«uien out c-f the wind«*w and beian beat
jmr h»-r On** or two Interfered, taci-utine
K-seab r|. A stmggle tnso»*d and Th'-ap*
*.*n and K«s-übrnr fell to tte a dewa k
Tl»»- fw»rmer th»*n palled his p *t.»s an ! sho*
j the lat'er in the stoma-'h. kos a berg then
! anise and ran. whea Tr»ompsoo followed
and shot htm twi**e more-
tUM »Hn tt>M t «!• •- »n . C
AX IOWA UNO LIU'I C-
Handed T<»cfihfr to llealat
F.tlrtiop*.
(
from Vf«!«"ino, la.. *a*« It >• rrwwtrd
(Mi F.«rt I* oa U-e aatiiunt- «*f a *r\
r ».a n.-t ;u tbe *»q«l»rB
• art of *ebaW .wbere iaat «i
rtoo*orearred. tha? tii* l*ad Httkin
| he: 1 a naretiag sumiae ud arrred b»
•boot tbe »rSWr* if farther evictwroa wrre
Itti nptr i. Tfrr OwntT a of tbr aatS are
iu* n of nrrre aa 1 fatine i«*vra»**»4 to
■ cvirt nil tb* aettiera feefoee Starch, will «*d
tie rfrttrvi by Tf»< laat r»ir?u>n
, Tii?J<t ue--» b» .Dale '! JfiOf t r * % l
* - «t« uf F*-bruarv, and of tovne >a «>»<!
t*vW?her. Serf 'i* ma* jet reaalt.
FOB TKC 4CHBRT.
Jvhn J. O'BrUa From the
Kepabliraa I'arit.
Siv Yoa*. Dec. i-.4t a of tfcr
rouimi'lf* of trte feel uw.'. * ■* .ffbt t.lw
ft* V'ltui ' an >irxmuizmi'« n of the fLigWh aa
•°.-mb.v dMrM of wbfeh J <'in J «» ho»-u
•«a tb«* «♦ fitral Sff-ire. ti» ibrowa (Mtaf t*»«
Krt»ob uan *«ar*y for ?re#« ber- la tt»e Uat
ram;a o no tbe ourtl* x ' »■•*. H»*f
<>'itr eu a a imed < • la t > it
bad b»*a a • etno re-ae )<Qt
ha* «hi*n a Kaa ma) >rt?» at
tacb preaiJeoiiAl
Trail. t-IIMr at Kali
Tocw«Toa)i, (Htio, PeC 4.-T?» » aora
io< i'ii tbr- ijLa>f ~"v re rr>a4 a ;*aa
•rofcr *raio rvidded ultJi a fr*- wb.ie
txv.a w«-re nta&i&t fort* aaitaa ta boaf.
i ••&4ort4tf JamH Kf« ae*l? of paaaaa
avr uaia va* iwaallT kiilrd. J%*an
Cor. ftrrmaa. atid Patri- a It'*•*■/. Wa*t*-
mao. fa*ali> jarred. a**d Albert liaise,
MWiDtt-r, b*dh but Bctfh *s*sm aud
car» we?* • T"«el.
4 hirag» br«krr«' Ctrrk® Ah«f«a4.
Cihtfrs D«* I—lt ta rrjjortcd
Fraai hatrt, e#rk for B. C HaUhiawa,
tb« -jax%l trade ot*-raJ**r, t» mia»iß«.
au-i n a acroaau are tJJWW ab wt. J »b®
UjOfgfaa. <rttUnt rkrra for i>*o*rsaa •
Cot, ta a.»o aaid to be «a»io# 004 ttia
|R#r t tlNtre waa a e» lfw*y Iwtroe
tbem Tfteir aaaoeiabr* ataoo# tbe
rata oo tbe boaxil »aj Iba/ lieed at aW7
taMtaz*
% or a tri sr.
S»|tr, I Mtik* Hhifral I»rp«*)l».
€ a»n« t
Nk i Voa*. r*ff. —The c** of (hf
: v a-->«-:-.»* : -• >. K ,-r*
* | C«. VH MrttMH) ttU9 wmtßC JlWl
|C. Carter. of <vna*e« ft* U*» d» f> d^ml,
COtmc-.od hi# M«n«ut He «.* • xiir-
of «u*ar tttfacT'* <■•« :,j«a»i,a
«** M M a \ f, ; tfc<-
eHMHrfviag of *a*ar, woe « •« iff* the
rurn*.-** of taci>Mtr>f ih* +ncr v ?f »uft:
"uzrmr.he *auiJ, wa* a tr. ,
■ aa«y t\ ability t«* OMia*UKlu<-> . I »- raw
«B«lefiei It ib »o;.j>' v \\\ That
I «w f«»p if* wtaaa?a*'rnW «•« <ra|*
: lUiAoci Uhor. THrrv ww u!h< r rtHaooi
' lU'-% tbai «CK b? MtHfl- •» *u|>
ply» a»t*l a Cv<r to > • « » i |.*r
Um pttn*w< of to -n-a*iw< ?fc* vatat rnish*
ft>me nyKt tbe cfeart* »»£ a aio.aiHm «»f
iaar. Kapr f» art a of H?f. a
| lboagtu U-inf*i #i'\l ua*-d •* a !
! pver tbe *V-ix-. tt toieti! b? zoary *.» COO
«4nf4.
T?*e North Hirrr dag** R*6ftlsc
>j Cat**? maftaa*4, «ma tu-' ;
, *■ •' bca- iU tf i-*»c ftwpjf, bat «■ •» \
forth* br-K ,f i «:f ao«e iW > t;>l(a'
la kt Tbe of * i
■ «rw K« o. If *a*n ran fbr ->-a:
BtM» «»f IVaa** a aaia n rats •• .nf .!
, !®*>rk*o( «\'#l by brain? *
Tiw of a »*><inc
' <to (Vttt, wa»eflk to wi}- »s> a» m
rfejhi to bay certain >' taaod)lir>.
[ _*«•» civas A * * • «hr?! tn*> (y
• bruttftit io tb • rusfiiJ !» a?«a fa av aau> .-r%
r *.f thy iMttUlf .*> ri*ra*t *t W tafcra. i;<t»
Irrro ttKliVl«Srt, »•-» aet }» an* «t* tiw t*r»
inmrlalflT my]: mi Ta*e flu*' M«n'!ani
| Oil tra.fl. r*»i»t:ua*-»i Carter ahr 1 Rtai
OffUited o! van aoM by Uk* cal!*Hi (ti
, ctftlti aaiaher of doUara Bow i» ii u>
t tla.i? .\ a'ivu *A prtrnWaa ram Nt j»«r
- ebas*-«i hr lh«» ct»u»uoN-r a? ifu»!
uxJ !iwr« w«« i r»)a.>4at>to,i * v ii oryaa-
thai it tfvrtud iarr<a*» »S# pr.re of the
. Tha* «*» <nbaatiuc i« t*i«*
I >sau *aM t»ii Ca
' Tbr arx , ;Rh i >.!* <a tb# «.tirartm»-*
tat ru »«-rv MuifiodH J i»K*v- *iar
rrtt etie uutii tb?* .jL'l ia^'.
ait rbeir brK*f«. a id re««*r\r»! hi*
rouTi. %>«» M:W<
H«»aar r«.»ma*ifr« thrlr •*«!
arte* Another NtchMncter
PotTUXD. Id if. Ihf.
iberryviUe p->«ta>nln c..anrvd ai:h r»k
ins irm'; lu>ut return* «»f *'au>i>+ rt» . ni,
in Judce « emit tu:»
mora tag oa a eontiaaaare. r th«' » aae. Th«-
trial ku »yw4i)jMtriaM.ttii} t&e Jtadpe
<-harmed the Jure. afVr which th- > rnin d
Au*t in a t«t sfwift liar rctirutd a verdict
- t . • • V n« :■» «■ *
Indictowßt, and M 4 a* to ttw re
maining thirl-en count* Tb*«-.»u r *» n
tnovd Itfßjt to pay a fine .f J" !! «*«.
claimed by the pnweaUoa that Long had
chvatt.-*! the lowrtrnttil oat of werliK.
The fc«»v in oneof rar inpoftftoct, be« *u»e
'.hefir*! .»ne ever pnta-uial in the aiat»-.
and i» doubtless oue t*{ many which will
be trough? to lighi in the near fat are, a*
ln«pe<-tor Truet »u»i dv-latv* it .<avac
tice among a great many -n» t»
»»f for wrr\'iMiidiw and
makereturns to »ao* ?h»- suniioi rawviei,
thereby iuc reading fhetr ovu compenaa
tlon.
Tao t'binamea were arrem. Dat AUaay
and one at Onfufi City to-day. »»it j>vt*e4 to
t»e lautleiaanta in Sauda>
Y'ik. one* of * tie wounded, died at the h*»w
l»ital to ui^ht.
IMKoliil ( L.%HtIIFir.%TION
The iCalir.okft* !»*ride to .%et U Ith
Wtaa Oeliheratlon.
Cmc ioo. th v. The committee on uui
forta e;a«aitirati.»uy. aft' r dUcu*-
*iou of tae mibjeet before it. reaaUed to
day strict uniform ty <anuot be
rta<hed by forced or hurried meanarea
without prododuit eonditi«u»s di*a-lrona
u» the basin« «a interest* of the country, it
wat aerved that gmater uuiformih in the
ciaMidration of freight is bath deaifabte
and practical, tmt that the ouly *afe way
to work 4»ut the prob*cm wa« by
coub rent*e aad eff«.rf by the raii
r.adi* to reiaore divparittta in the aeverai
ciiMifirastuot now m uae.
A frtandiu* t ..iumjtu» aas therefore a;>-
pointed. cooiistiif of two members from
vaehofthe various traffic afc*« la'ioaa, to
follow up the work of eavmhtuing the dif
fer* ut ciasaifitafious. It wis dceidad to
use »ueh a number ofelame* »• wl an
rent eonfiictlnn commoditiea. a- well aa
clamify rales iu the wvetai ♦cti«>ua of the
country without »acrifi< tbt- |>ro|M r iu
te.esta oi carrirra The ** u» rai meetiwg
then adjonrned to meet int. bbafro the arc
ond Tuesday io NWUff.
<ALIKM;\I\ I*KI«O>4
Half the Cuavkt* it *>an Ourmin are
Opium KiciiiU.
PAN Francisco. JVML • —The report* of
the aardeua of Kir *!att- prison a at ?*an
Uo an • PoboM for tit* >car * u I'd
Jut-v l*M. have l* it pu Uhed \>*r
dt-n Attil of Ful»>m prison rtatea that tbe
» amino for the juar were and the
eost of maintenance There were
■l2l prisoner*.
Warden M<Vo»bof fan Quentlo j»r?»oo
shows that iht* t»»tai expen«r.tatv« for the
year wrre The
to t profit r-.a4t- t> »IJV -!air on th* »tki of
Jute La»*a was f-M.IJU. ou >a*n and d«W*
manufacture). f&vijt. There were IM7
priMnen and 440 liberated. Froaa
Wardeu McComb'a report it would appear
that one- halt the rrimet committed by the
tyatlrts a.e dtti *o the am- of opium.
THE HtNKitll.L AMtKHTION
Elfrtion »f OAc*rt-('»lm«k«a Sur
€••«!■ 4 te%et*iol.
hT. Lot is. Dee. :> —The A • i nan Asaoci
itioa of Boaeball < ufaa fle twl uflUeni
mjrht. Tj«e% are President, secretary and
ireaaarer, WbeclerC Wlckolf. Colombo*.
\i(t- j-r«»id' , n| JfUn W Ifcar, k*'
City <t: airman. Chria. Von <Vr A he. H«.
UaU i'oluwt)U»,o., ««ia'tioi!t o totne
aJMM«-iaii.»n. IM | a ■ . reslfrnai!
to enter the league.
A NEW a;«II.H >%i> Till *T.
A <»reat Sya*<||eat« to l.ea«e Many
Ht>ad«, buiriiiteelnf I»i » Id*♦««!•
( I»»*c .V—N«>w that the
railroad trn«! ha* faiieu ». ii i»
atatrd that a acheme i* on f.#»»t u> nniiv all
the road* weal of Chicago under on** man
aeement by tie Ua« - • 1 a <reat
«>> ndi'ate. the fctxickholders M be xnaraa
teed f» j*cr rent
An K»»• battler >rUiK Hi* *»(eal
ing*.
the First .\an<»ual tauk of r.«iambo«. tod ,
rmutiy ruhM of a !ar;\- awwut b»
William hrnier, a h"*>k kniaf. •* »n the
sty iu v anch %»f a-me of the i» uuder.
rame from Windwr. «>:iT . «• berv he
!ua-i« a a tt.ement *:th #rbfoh r aud
*e *:red a metn-randr. n ..f ibe jia-a
arh« rv he <> i-rsi'ed ili f«»tte» *a Im.
*brmier arrived in fhi§ rity Friday. |»ia« «d
*et uritiea iu the rehan*» F.t
rtaa|e hank, then went i«i Waakeaha,
«t*.. an4|rlae>d li-Vw »>» tfte Wauke* »a
NatKoai tauk. afier ahieh bv »ki;»ped to
t. auada l*re*»deiit Lai au> wcttfra the
W«nke*ha deaoatt m .rnln*.
The Merrhar ta' lUehaofe bauk driive ed
the b*i»k of the i"under. Laa*aa :• "U the
*av to Chicago, aiaera h« rxutci* to add
*>«•) from »».me '«ank. *
ha* bee a given freedom from |<rnse<aU«rn.
Thr Haitian Trouble.
NS * Yokft, fV< 5. Mil WU tif;Umfat
M the nivv yar«tthis moraine. <n e*fw« • j
ituce of officio) order* fr*»*a t »«hioft'>o fo
a cruiwr to Haiti. TNr rwaaiia
rtet* of tbe Yastir, Chba*\ and
K;« btnvnd are bo»v 16c Teasel# into
erudition for toiling. It ia Ml knoarn j
vhifb oof will be tirdered to » f art
Si» You, l*f i -In with
<tomoo4a fr**<B tMt gmtrafat tbe Ila* .
::ar. *»>Ten*meut La# doi<W4 •© releofle j
the amer !!•»* an RrptMk. At •*«»» a* |
a u*>« erear will be sent dovu to »
brio: ba*-k Ifea te«ael
W\#tiix«>r »!«, I>* r. v» While thrn* it rro
«M>n U> b» !«rr tr.a' tfeia pnrrnßrut !a«
? demanded tbe r. iea*e of ?h* oteamer
llavtioo Repobtlc w#t«tly *eis«d at fort
an Knu>a. It i* Wf*m4bh m fet to obtain !
•..ififUl tufurm*t>uu to that etfWt.
Fur a *iatae «»f Kh»ridaa.
CMCaoo. I>ee. 4. —Tbe rennuttr* ap- :
fM'iuWd t>f ibe ?k> i*4jr af the Army <»# tbe I
Cuabwllft to bave rfcargc of tbe err. tw»n
«»? a.» »*,»»-• r.ao *ia:«*r in Wa*r.>nftun *»f j
! tbe sate «J**o. *?>»-fi4oo. held tb»:r fi"4 j
meetinr Urr ta-4mf and eta-tod <Jei* ]
%l*rr Detroit Tr*-a»urer and 1 o\ Corh»n. i
1 r «*. A , *e*retary The wN
oinaisto- v«* oppu »t«*J to loJidt fnud* j
Dam >.f I.llo*'ia. Baro«tt of
.«u Mtbirr«i'i of V *.ra»*a. *#eu.
iIHOI n f Ma«*o*-t>uartta and GooaroJ Lam j
>rt of pi &aiyutQit. to! <
app»»io*ed f<>r tbe army uwl uo*y Ueoa. ;
tHiU-nuo. Boroett ou4 Don* »»i Col
Cort4« opfa*nto4 U« fro® coo* '
; |rttt an app."' vfiaUao f*«r »tatne
Flarat Tram »■ thu World.
»■*■*. Drr i.-Tl» t i>'« f "*T*?s
*Wn4eti' keftt>ia»&**l *** t.»e*
' U>»a«nlH ut-r«Uii«K>
I mtrtr afe«rd. T»« train it making |
:iw *.<• »>si rvm-x * f.*"*
% 1 the D*« »»v. » »>•■ ■ • *»' 1
lor lb* camfrrl ot V—**- j
e» j* iaria «*t*ai hr*:;frv» ****' .
COM .o4 fkw mir wr>rUu4
»■««-!».1*.
-.1,* ;ru> tf? v<K*;ae» it tb*
!t* wofU. _______
.» T*im r«l! «r«.
M. UK tt, ©« » -rVf tra frf
,; u ; , SB A Oof W»m. T«r. »*•
by t<* ueA'r writtW ••
WIMKI. U IW IWM «# »•.
} CaMJamla. «a* " a> {S
, UaMUita* Bt ■*
ANOTHER REVOLT.
Coal Miners L«>a\e the
Knights of Labor.
roWOKRLV IXKIDS IX * %I*.
%rii>>a ibat U»m itrafram tb» Jnria
♦tlrtl.M* tif the Kui|hta Miml *»f
I>na«« I % ania'a Ulaer*.
Cr>h~xmcs O . Dx. i-t>bfrwl
} Katsbt of labor. h*W a aeaakioii um
rthiraiag at wliirh r<»v«lvriT wts
ami wrt f -tb tb? !tap«>rt*Bcr of itav.
t*y t; r or4<f. an ! tuakinf o. rtaia t-riv aiaw
m brba!f M tht nunrra. Tba Mtwr*' Fe4-
raT:«*oi hi t I a
f an<J MM (bac tiwjr arooi4 ae
f* ba» n at a) 4n( maTrr.U »«-
, that U'kitti Utk »in|tc uatioCMM
• unnm.
Tliaia wrrv ab«tuf M drVjcaiea at
th«» : 'iftl , uti «a. Ta»-jr »' pro
t| to J *r Th< fin"t*»a i«a
: of a uew oreaatrauon, «a€ a larf« Biahir
i»f a--rv ir*-K* au «-i|<mra
mj at ««* takru. ta* <b*k«at»* -n' - '«!»*
'be eta** tirganuat'oa au4 tba
.'i fa • r beiac *»* y»4^
*ta » S tfeat tbr* bk . I niH r< ittro UM
ev«niay mmkums r,«h-* tbt>y w«-r»* * uUiif
to uriwwil with fb«» mi» n to orfsanijc i»»-
T*» D*«ttt it that
tbr new ralam' rr k «uuatt<)ii j>ro-
W. J ma<t* r HjiDiai of
No. t"-., all! toud. r hiarr* gtiafioa.
ifcf vo:p.\o ibf (tcvyaMai ?i* •;>
prmtrot r.-ovemom ua« aV>ot
i iT;u»r blhj rvmaiu a tth tmrdMrkt*
it J» stKhtakat!, will rl»*»«t raa»tw a »rk
'-.'ari tftur wtiftljif fi»rrma«i, Ma Hoc, of
Ctalaont, fa. Tiw unHnry reprv - nt«?d
by ah > y >ioei vrtiti Uwi» ia
j tb« i»»rmatb»n of a» tadvamflNftetit ««*sraßla»-
tkm «lt< utia from t'aoleM i-ouoij, Va, <»•
tbe ra*t, iortu iißf :n<- anthrarOc
•«» Kaunas «hb tbr w*r*t. Tbc » rxa;r i-it»*a»
miiaahi a f >lk»ain* **f 8o per «x»nt. •»/ D.
\ 1.. Whilr tbrjr Wat* <tia(Hft IX* «h«»jr
*'.il\ riatta rot** of the Kutfbta of
iatwr and will bavt* (brir z»embrrahif
rlwwtk-rr.
riiK foi.it k mo riiKJt rA
.1 < riwiual CiMtrrMl t«» TmIH
tgainat Ihf Nstloaal I eague. |
L m* v iVe. rpon the «'}>r«mß
. •■- '**>■• <■ l im %-»
mt"
| b**r I»•? the middle dr. istou oI t'orfc.
inn a -* i lln/jrrt*. 'a-H
Itad born hmeottci.
' vHher wUuease* - *r»re that they
• asv* of boycotting and outrage.
I cro«> tiaariiwJ, a.i ' *uftcd that they
•J prnwiw who ha! written
! iettett to U»nohi\Y», th« if object
excite sympath Th«* league. they mS
denounced outrages aiui wi« mainly flb»
'trumet.tal in MNHtring ft 4m t -on* of h
which were very properly m|UtiM arcg?
■the bad *easou« of I*7* and l v T ;
; witnesac* said it nu their belief tha^H
' granted the country w<mi4 ha\e tvmtiaH
; peaceful.
Walsh,
M'oantjr May<\ branch of the league, t«
W that bv onler i»l the Jeanne tee at
ri'r*>w had been tjovcot'ed for
Am the t>:au of rami>al4U- «»q
amiuattotj wittxM a>imitt«ol that he
I Urn i-harfe«l wiU) ptifrrinc fun<ii and
| heen ttiwiled fn»m the teaaue. Iff a*
admitted that he had »> en as« sii for a
insurance tMmpauy ami hat Iv-en *a
char«etl hy the «otn|>auy l«*r makin«|%
! framlaWnt rla ra for Parnate I" wimlo^H
Jto the firHhaia Ufe !»»Qnufl
| Company.
itrpijtaf to [>avltf, witneait »ai<l
j-t.i'-e intiinateii to htm that they «li«l
kuow what «r<wM tjefail htm
ti*Hß with tboae in>nranre matter* if he^H
Im
< and that he then contented H
sag
J UvMJi, lH«e. (L-TIC «nh|Men |
Patrick Miutot, who waa court'ted a•!
»
Hj-j.rnr a* a vitnma U-fare »hc
'<unmi*» "0. reinned toobeyMMj
v» aa arr. »!*-i c|m>r a warrant Unaed hy
tiee Hannm and 'wight to Londofi.
% ( aeiillan ( rtmiml Drtlr* \rr«
Dec ffcmald Morrison (
' i'.»wboy, wanted f«»r the kiilmjt of j
' Deputy Marshall Warren iu Junv la*t« I
iou)T drfjisi «rrnt IMMM he
hawked by hi* feilo* Scotchmen in I
: Lake VfgiuiUf n*|iiß. Ti»e ir«>\emm<i
{ unable tm ha* ft'-a . !«-iw
I pf«> i*matiou making It a feumy to harj
or assist mm M .tIVKIMH he dot* I
l«r*»i*«*r to return to the I'ultrd
j »f d'Ul'J tuA >un-l off the A uoriian ,
1 fleer*.
Otriuai* In Zaaaiter May JMarea
Za*zi**a. l»ee. \--Tbt laiau al
I IHiftll has joinv«l in thr aiavc-tradl
blockade. Tue aitualtnn on ibe t»«-r«i
] roa»t I* r*eeedin<iy it'ltf T.v iwtr
' wiv.tj haa arrived, hoi tfte colonists ml
no attempt to militate the 'and fur feai
;an itttnrgrnt afUHL The uallvea rvfusj
work beeauae they are afraid of Wlu*
; tured and «okl a* >iov«a» Ttiere U «laa|
' that famine wiil enatfc*
Million, far the Knelt.h >a*y^
IH*. U. —A. lla\mond
i'una rtat»*e. yeatrrday »aid be
i the government at the lorxt aeaaturdH
t«arliaßa*ut ar'»« d ad fnc a
, £io.f4».«Wto 1* dev«de*l Iu >'n uiU. W
: the navy.
Kreurh It Fie ads ArroatedJH
I*iri,*, Dw. S —An at emid sraa no* »#•
, day to rduar up the r»fiatry oJtt«v in tibi
Kue *t. iK-uia with a ti itamlU*
j ?»*. veral arteat* have been ma^e.
A Kre eh M rtaa Hreslag 1
LoIWN, I* -e V —Tn»- K i 1 ut*trti
Rumor* are rttrrrat in Pari* that Lie
< * au i» j- aunini CoOVrrtbfOW tbe
j catMact »br t« l*>-i * :><»«rd. |H|
.f»hn lirlght'a Death Near.
I ! Dee •-A i»osb h weif
frwm h<laie slat si» a« b»hn Brt*ht Wj.
had a furth r aad dea-h Is ■■
peeted.
An Kn«i<»e Hirlkes a *trrrt-CadH
I>rTa<»lT, Mieb.. Pec, y -*hortfy
- tioou to lay a avitro rnctoe rau into^^H
< »mf> e?eJ* 'iemoiisivd a atrret tmr * Qi
f( r*J4,'bau drnt rr **i»»f. U - yoaaar - y i%
or ten in nuaiU r, Vrfe all 0
,>•* icjarid, a;-d t«o f Ihaai Mm
Hook bJ«4 John * eooua. «IU pr.ibablyru
; The a*** j.ltnt va> ra-i*-d h| a 'ttt
J n«glee*l»f to e»-»*e the rales
A ( allf»i«la *iU|r Koiihfd, JH
lirndoclao to liirrsm*. the
the Sonh I'a- ft' < a*i r*i>r*md. "»aa
»• t r *'i aiaiM
itorto of lufraan*. fh* driver aaw
t«» lb ow ff rrvs «>*>»«'•»■ f«oi i*4
two mat! »a-ka. wht#b tbe tv>rh«a^^ ; as
•ecore*! and ',i- n a-1 »w* d Ihe •iafe It) pr»
tt4 on i*a way Tbe l«*a is ft>4 ka-iai.
Opium *imn;Klrit %r
lie* - ft—Krffli
| and C f lifnavrtti!, abo »irr kf
I'mited rTat» • f*a '•
J1 for ottefvsptiK* ' • tt.ri* fivr tod
. t>oxe- uf Vietuna "piOA "ft tbe r*'WNf
. W; miLMttou on Orwbr r .'4, twi
i mtltr tortarfo Jietl Wtfl
fodeaiar or p*ea< w;U»Jj oo#
! »eek.
€ •htp I »|r n "h M'tliif.
DtriU'l.i>t.!) J K •«* JeHtr
jo ueitkc a»! 1. - r I «d
I a mot*"** l*vr»- t » «la» i"* * f a
' <»f tbe • a»-l Teimit
; Mre «*■««» 30 *. j 4a * ar. ,r «»l
S JHire won. 44 t» 4J
ChbwM *r«-il i. wow l*J*r*4.
! B*ll r*»* « »«.. IN* i * -MKiiIMIJ
jto «l*f« t»f !»« Ctiu<-» «* '•"*» m 0" "*
. miiiati- nr*< !<<s( uimb "iU tllrtrntm.
AH lb* i'bti>r« -inrt. mi* !•-
Tu»y «tr» r «i-« to i
buatrfoi-
Prim*} Iraki* « ml *m»«
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