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Sergeants, H 3: and Indian scouts, 3-iO; a trial
of 3,097, making the whole Dumber of enlisted
men in tlic army 21,Ti11.
The report concludes as follows:
In conclusion, I hec to Mate that, from per
sonal inspections and from nflldal rconrt«, 1 am
sure the army U welt snd economically supollcd.
Ifs discipline and Instrtictlon ere as eood al
could t>e expected from Its scattered condition,
nnd from the vast amount of labor necessarily
Imposed on It; that It has met cheerfully every
call of <?uly and hardship: It ha* accomplished
an amount of work which, ns Gen. Sheridan
has wed said, "no other nation In the world
Mould have attempted with lest than 60,000 or
TO.IAW men."
Washington. D. C.. Nov. 13.—Second Audi
tor of the Treasury French, In his annua) re
port, quotes from his late reports in regard to
frauds discovered by the War Department In
the payment of claims by sub-agents of the
Frccdmcn’s llureau prior to the transfer of that
Unread to the Department, and the civil liabil
ity, the bonded agent's bureau. Suits were
brought against the late Commissioner, of that
tlurcau, but the accounting officers of the Treas
ury hold that no claim can bo resettled and
paid without specific authority from Con
gress nnd rcappropriatlon of tho neces
sary funds. The Auditor «■ says: "1 have
now to state that the cases against the late
Commissioner have been brought loan Lsuo
cud Judgment rendered against tho Govern
ment. so that If any further action is to be had
looking to tho relief of these colored people
who claim to have been defrauded of their
bounty-money, Congress must take the in
itiative, either bypassing upon the merits of In
dividual eases, by referring them to the Court
of Claims, or by making the requisite approprl- v
nlion. nnd empowering accounting officers to
resettle claims after It shall have been clearly
established that the claimants have neither re
ceipted for nor received their money, nor de
rived any benefit therefrom."
Fp’eint t>i*vnich toThe Trtbunt.
Washington, D. C. t Nov. 13.—Tho Secretary*
of the lutcrlor has approved of tlie request of
the Commissioner of tlio General I.nnd-Olllco
to the Attorney-General, that the Sierra Nevada
Mining Company, of San Francisco. may bring
suit in tlio name of the United States against
the Union Con«olldntcd Mining Company, to
test tiie validity of tlio patent of the latter to
the mines which have now become famous.
This method of procedure has sometimes
been followed In important cases, where
the earliest possible result in tlio United
Elates Courts is desired. .The Sierra Nevada
Company, If permitted to bring suit in the
name of the United States, will have all the
advantages of priority on tho docket, and all
precedence In the trial which tho courts are
nccnalumed to give to suits brought by the
United States. The action of tho Land-Office
mid ot Secretary Seburz in tlio matter is en
tirely formal, the only object of the Govern
ment being to hare the question of tho validity
of the title to this valuable mine settled by tiie
courts at lliu earliest possible moment.
eiLVRR nms.
T a the n’tetem Amelatt d Pr:t:
Washinuton, D. C„ Nov. lll.—Bids for the
sale of silver were opened at ilia Treasury to
day. Less than 400,000 ounces were purchased
below the Loudon rale.
Secretary Scimrz to-duy transmitted to the
Attorney-General tho papers received by him
liotn tlio Auditor of Railroad Accounts, alleg
ing neglect of the Central Vuclflo Hallroad Com
pany to furnish Hie reports demanded by the
Auditor under Hie recent net of Congress, and
requesting that, in accordance with the require
ments of lid. law, suits be instituted to recover
tho forfeitures prescribed for such cases of nog
lea or refusal. There arc seven distinct speci
fications on which the suit is recommended, tlio
penalty in each being the forfeiture of a sum
cot less than SI,OOO nor more than $50,000.
The following is Issued by the Treasury Dc
Any person subscribing hereafter for 4 per cent
bonds, consol! of 10U7, authorised by the act of
July. IN7O. may par for them with any of tho 5-20
bonds Of the act of March 3, 18(15, redeemable «t
the pleasure of the United States after the Ist day
qf July, 1870. in the same way oa if they were
called at (ne date of subscription in regaiurcoursu;
but tne subscriber, iu avail himself of this privi
lege. mnst accompany the subscription with a full
description of suen bonds, oy numbers and denom
inations. and must, within thirty days thereafter,
forward (bo bonds to this Department, to be applied
Hue called bonds. Of the amount issued of the
above-described 5-20 bonds, there is now out
standing end uncalled the amount of $20.1185.750.
(Signed;, Jouk Siieiuiak, Secretary.
Washington, D. C., Nov. 10.—The annual
report oi the Director of the Mint has been
completed. Under the head of silver purchases
and metal production Dr. Llndernun says:
Purchases of bullion for the fractional colnaeo
were made from lime to time during the year until
Kuo. ÜB, 1878, and amounted lo 13,1)84.00:1
fine milieu, at a coil of 87.114,548, an average of
11H cents perounco fine. The London rale foi sil
ver bullion during this period averaged 54 pence
per pound, British standard, equivalent to 11H
cents per ounce tino. , . . Purchasing silver
fur the dollar coinage was commenced In March,
am) continued from time to time, aa advantageous
offers of the same were made, or as tbo
minis required additional bullion for this current
worn. The total amount purchased for toe dollar
coinage up to Bepl. .'lO was 17.0U5.n04 fine onniJes,
ul ii cost to the tioveromont of 9Ut.0.V7,.1(iU, an
average cost of 117.47 cents per ounce fine. At
the coining rale for aiandnn) sliver dollsrs ltd 4-11
per standard ounce (he above amount purchased
will produce BUJI, 170,003. All available means
have been employed lo ascertain as accurately as
possible the domestic production of gold and sil*
ver, and the following are the estimates and actual
returns winch have ueun furnished of the out
turn from the various Slates and Territories dur
ing the last fiscal year, the aagrej/ato of which,
however, appears to bo somewhat below, in gold
at least, the actual amouut deposited at the mints:
t.iKtiUli/, Qnul. ‘.SUr.tr.
California 11V-HO. «7A S •J.J73..'W , l tl7.oJl.unA
Nevada Ki.M'l.r.i J 3*. 47.tt70.wi3
3,:iou,sim a,JtfM.'4o A.7U1.314
Montana i.i.’UAMI I.<un.<uy U.KSAMU
Idaho i.lVcfltl U.7f«UiG» , |.;i.'io.no
i’uu a*Aw« a.a*M>o r..w»u«,»
Arizona g.Uii.Kio J.aw.uxj
Sew Musluu... I7VUD ;,in,uii U7.',.I(UU
oec-tfoii i.iumso lOI.UII 1.101.U0
vvssnlnglou... :u«i.u*> UViO jj.viuj
ballots 3.Uz>.i,a) none. luii,iin
Like superior none. Ilsviso IUI.UM
NurihCsruilus J.vmoo none. l&o,i«G
tx-oricla tiuuv. lu'.ast
Other sources, J3.Uk) ai.uti 60,ui>
T0ta1.......547.mt0T muvj 43?
Dr. Ltndermun estimates the probable amount of
gold cinmiimL-d fu the art* and nmuulaciures this
yentut sy,boo.'ooo, and computes the slock of
gold bullion In the country at 5U14,35:1.300. Ttm
uiiiount of silver coin and bullion exposed daring
thu year above (be amount of Importations he (lies
o( Sh.O4T». UOO. and the probable amount used In
the arts and manufactures at £1.000,000. lie says
this Will leave a nut balance of 888,000,537 as the
alucK of silver coin utid bullion la the country
June ho, 1878, a tula! of both gold anil silver of
f.'(3^ > 4i:i,(M7, which is an Increase durlna Ihu
yuarol fciO.sßH.oM>. He believes that BUG.OOU,-
000 was added to that amount up to 0;U 1.
Consolidation with the Atlantic « Great
optical Ditfiaiek 19 T'ic Trtiui ia
New Yonx, Nov. 13.—U was reported to-day
that the New York, Lake Erie & Western Uail
woy Company would soon be Incomplete con
trol ol the Atlantic & Great Western. Gentle
men intimately acquainted with the affaire of
the Erie say two English Trustees representing
tiiu Atlantic & Oreat Wcsteru bondholders re
cently visited this city for the purpose of hearing
proposals from Erie fora new lease of the At
lantic Ureat Western. Consultations wore
held with President Jewett, when the old rela
tions of the twocooipauicswere discussed fully,
and a basis suggested fur a new lease. The
visiting Trmtces left for Europe last Saturday,
and It is understood an arrangement
was reached by which' Erie shall, if the
lease be consummated, obtain control of
the At’uutty &i Ureat Western for a long time.
Nothing cun be decided upon until the Trustees
have reported to the associates in Lunduu. The
Atlantic «S Great Western Hallway was men
tioned last summer’as the road which William
ii. Vanderbilt bad obtained control ol when bs
made his thing visit to England, ami tbc ar
raiigeincnt’thcu reported as having been made
was regarded as one of crCat advantage to the
Central Hood. President Jewett’s offer
is said to be that Erie would
tsko the Atlantic & Great Western
und operate it, turning over the net protits to
the proprietors. The lease would not exclude
the New York Central from the road. It is un
derstood- that me English Tauitecs made over
tures to tlie Central Railroad similar to those
laid before President Jewett, but that there was
no disposition bv President Vanderbilt to con
sider thu proposition to lease. • The Eric Direct
ois are indifferent to the lease, while the Atlan
tic & Ureal IW-slcru bondholders arc anxious
the road nitoulU be in co»d bunds, and ruu witn
uut lurlbcr loss to those iutucsUd.
Secretary Sherman Disclaims Any
Sympathy with the Gold
Uo Thinks the Country Could
Stand Considerable More
Silver Dollars.
Milwaukee Financier,'; Views on the
Effect of the Hew York Clear
iutr-Honsa Action.
It Is Not Considered Antagonistic to
tlio Interests of the
An Evident Disposition to Encourage
Discrimination Against Sil
ver Goins,
Speciat /NontcA to T!<» Tribunt.
Washington, D. C., |>*ov. 13.—The Treasury
Department did not suggest to the Clearing-
House Association the action taken la regatd to
silver.' Doth tho Secretory and Comptroller of
the Currency would have been better satisfied
if no discrimination had been made against sil
ver. Neither of these officials think the opera
tions of tho Clearing-House would have been In
auy degree obstructed by tho present sliver
or tho addition to It for a considerable time to
come, If at alt. The action In regard to Ills
not, as many seem to suppose, the action of tho
National Banks of the country, but of the
Clearing-House Association, which, besides Us
membership from National Banks, embraces a
dozen of the strongest private and State banks
In the country.
tub mrn.ooK von resumption.
AMi'inl m the CVitcinuori cnmmtranl.
Washington, Nov. 19.—Secretary Sherman
said this evening that, during hts conference
with tho Clearing-House Committee, ho de
clined to entcrtarfi any proposition for the ex
clusion of silver from tho work of resumption.
He stood upon tho low which made silver a
legal-tender, and was ready after Jon. I to
meet all tho Government obligations in lawful
money. Home demand for sliver is expect
ed from tho smaller hanks wishing to pro
tect themselves against the presentation of
their notes. This will use a part of tho
14,000,000 silver dollars. coined. An ad
ditional demand will bo made by tho fact that
niter .lan, I next tiie National Banka will no
longer have tho privilege of issuing notes ot a
smaller denomination than $5. With tlio assist
ances of the haiiKS, resumption la believed to bo
cosy. It is customary. In current discussion, to
compare the amount of greenbacks outstanding
($3W.743,0U0) with the coin in the Treasury,
held by secretary Sherman, in s recent letter, at
$134,231,8115, amt by the last debt statement at
$142,710,000: but with the banks os a body aid
ing resumption, tho amount which can be pre
sented Is a more fraction of tho amount out
Nearly half of the greenbacks of the country
are cither iu the Treasury itself or in the bank
vaults. Tiie statement ot the liabilities and
assets ot tiie Treasury of the United States
Get. 1 shows tho following amounts of United
States notes on baud to special foods:
Disbursing oihccra* accounts. $11,507,000
Fund for redemption soiled banknotes 0,000,000
Fivo-per-ccnt redemption fund 10,280,000
Special fund for redemption of frac
tional currency 10,000,000
On transfer checks, Me 4.035,000
These figures are for Oct. 81. The return to
day tabulated from the National Bauks down to
Oct. 1 allows that they have in their reserve
$04,428,000 In legal-tender notes. Added to the
amount substantial) v locked up In the Treasury,
tho aggregate Is $109,804,000, or nearly a third
of the legul-tcndcr notes outstanding. Of the
$239,870,000 outstanding legal-tenders left after
making this deduction, no small shore Is kept
in circulation by the needs of the country, leav
ing the amount which can be presenter for re
demption under the active co-operation of the
bonks at a liguro small In comparison with tho
coin reserve. In view of these facts, It is not
strange that an ufTtclal high in tbe Treasury
Department pronounced the amount llkeiv to
bo |wcscoted for redemption at not over $25,-
Bptciht Dispatch to TKt Trtiun*.
Milwaukee, 'Nov. 13.—1 n view of the move
ment In financial circles relative to resumption,
Tub Triuunb correapoudonl called to-day on
Alexander Mitchell and at tbo First National
Hank, of which 11. 11. Camp, probably the beet
posted man In affairs la this city, to get
their views ou the* eabjee:.
Mr. Mitchell sold, with some caution, tbit he
bad not duselv considered the programme put
forth py the New York Clearing-House. Ho
had, however, plainly seen tbo Intent to reject
sliver. With sumo reservations, he said he
thought the banks ought to bo extremely cau
tious lo their announcements of policy; that
If the banks should come in conflict with the
flnaucial policy of the Administration, and es
pecially with Congress. He thought the pros
perity of the country and the bcfl Interests of
the banks as well as of the people and tbo re
sults of tbo resumption experiment would be
jeopardized by a contest between the financial
institutions and the political power of the
Mr. Mitchell was about stepping on board the
cars, with otber officers of tbo Chicago, Milwau
kee A St. Paul Railway Company, for a tour to
St. Paul, and said he had uut given the pro
gramme of the banks a thorough studv, but bo
should do sd during his absence, and on bis re
turn his opinions would ho at the service of Tub
Thu correspondent then went to the First
National Bonk, which la tbo representative of
the National Bank Interests of this State.
Upon stating the object of bU mission to Mr.
Brodhcad. President of tbe bank, he was re
ferred to Mr. Camp, pad the following views
were expressed:
Mr. Camp sold that the banks must decide
what poller they wUI adopt In view of the two
kinds of coin. ' The fart , that there are two
kinds. of coin ie a dead gate in the way of
satisfactory resumption. Tbe fact also that
the Treasury will have only twenty millions
of silver on the Ist of January showa (hat the
rejection of silver by the banka -
a particle. The Government can lock up that
amount of allrer,—not put it in circulation, it
will have gold enough for all tbs purpose* of
resumption, or can get It.
Heporlor—U nut the bank policy antagonistic
to the sliver policy of Congress and the Govern
Mr. Camp—l do not think so. The question
before the *Ncw York Cicarlug-Uouae was,
Shall wo depredate the legal-tenders 15 per
cent, or shall we keep them at par with gold/
Here Mr. Camp was called sway about the
duties of the bank, und Mr. Urodbead said:
Thu contlict likely to anse from the existence of
the two kinds ot coin Is tbc knotty point. Ido
not think tbesllver men con object to the policy
indicated by the banks, fur the object is to keep
the legal-lenders up to oar, and not permit
them to go os depreciated curruucv. The Gov
ernment ought to lock up the silver and keep
it out of circulation. Ido nut tbiuk Congress
will regsrd the bonk policy as antagonistic to
the Government. The people bave already had
a lesson, and 1 think they are aatUfled. to the
effect that silver
and it is depreciated. It is a depreciated form
ol money, iuu Uulta might draw the silver
out and lock it up out of circulation. The
three mediums, Mr. lirodhesd continued, con
stitute the difficulty. Silver Is the lowcrtne
dlum. If the Government puts it out, la will
go right back. Mr. lirodhcad thought the move
ment of .the banks will aid resumption C,-plac
ing it on a solid Mis-' The InffsUuu men favored
the sliver coinage, he said, because they thought
it would UiffatC. Hut it aid uai. They wire
disappointed hi the result of their (Gilley. He
thought Hie Congress about to meet would tc
more conservative on this question; that bu.sl
i.< la reviving, end that the couulivjoald bo
■ the high road to prosperity ns noon as this
Qtic«tlon should In.* settled.
Mr. t.'nmp returned. .on! continued the con
versation. lie said that the two coin* could not
be kept side by *1 Ic. Uo said tlio mIFc tof the
attempt to redeem legal-tenders In silver. It Him
coinage of silver should continue, would lie to
depredate the legal-tenders to the value of sil
ver as bullion; thev would be 15 per cent below
Car. The told will then be hoarded, and the
asnr coin wilt he circulated, la that all I
Jfcp.—Yes, sir. *
.Mr. Camp—Then please snv that there Is one
abort way out of the difficulty. Let the Gov
ernment’make gold and silver coin
at the will of the holder. Nobody will then
want (fold, of course, because sliver will be just
as good. After that should he done, the whole
question would settle Itself.
Hep.—How would that settle Itf
Mr. Camp—Tho Treasury would get all the
sliver It could manage. And you may also say
that this whole question will remain a tempo
rary one for a year to come. The Latin Union
will expire In ISSO, and theu the Commercial
nations of Kuropu will he compelled to estab
lish a pollcv In regard to silver. Until they do
so, the question cannot bo settled here.
Mr. Camp concluded: "The policy of Tnt
Trihvns fa an enigma to honest-money men.
I suppose they will strike this out, but their
policy Is an enigma. Mr, Mcdill Is all wrong on
this question. '1 suppose thev will strike that
out, but I would like them to bare the benefit
of toy opinion."
tfpertat Plipateh to 71s 7>/6uns,
Cincinnati. 0., Nov. 13.— Senator Voorhecs,
In an Interview which will bo published to
morrow, states that one of his first acts, upon
the reassembling of Congress, will bo a move
ment to make the trade-dollar a legal-temicr.
"That," said he, "will add at once something
over $30,000,000 to tho circulation. It Is a
swindle as It now Is,—a low, mean swindle.
Hero they have been paying these things out at
a dollar til) they got them in the
people’s hands: then they shut down suddenly,*
and cut tho holders 10 per vent." ilc was
asked If the proposed action would not simply
consummate the swindle by giving tho brokers,
In whose hands tho bulk of trado-dollnrs now Is,
tho benefit of the rise. “Ob, no," said he,
“ they are
but, whether they are or not, it simply won’t
do to have two kinds of dollars out, both bear
ing the stamp of the Government, but one a
legal-tender and the other worth 10 cents less,
and containing more silver in fact. It is ridicu
lous. It brings tho Government into contempt,
and swindles tho Unwary.” Being asked if ho
would provide that for every new silver dollar a
greenback dollar should bo retired, ho replied:
“By no means,—rather that a new one shall
be issued. There never was a truer thing than
Gov. William Allen said
ADOPT SPECIE payments:
* It’s a d—d barren Ideality.' Indeed, we never
had it, and tvon't have It. After January there
will ho a Juggle between the banks and. tho
Government, and the best of those who want
gold won’t got (t. or. if they do, mid insist on ft.
specie payments will stop ogaln very suddenly."
Further conversation with tnu Senator ami with
other prominent Democrats in Indiana revealed
tho (act that the next llnaiieiat light in that
State will be for tho free and unlimited coinage
of silver.
Special Dtapatch to The Tribune.
Ottawa, HI., Nov. 13.—John I’olsgrovc, an
estimable young man of this city, was thrown
from a horse to-day, producing a serious contu
sion of the skull and compression of the brain.
No hopes are entertained of his recovery. Ho
had started fortbo country on a horse, and a
short time afterward was found hv the roadside
in an unconscious,condition. The horse was
near by, and boro*evidence of having been roll
ing In tuo mud.
Siitdel DUoateH to The Tribune.
East Saginaw, Mich, Nov. 13.—Mrs. Joseph
Ncttlcton, of Thoniastown, this county, was
thrown from a wagon, striking on her left
temple, fracturing the skull and causing death
in a short time. Deceased was about 40 years
of age, aud leaves eix children.
The Sons of Erin In Detroit Do Honor to
the Recipient of Her Majesty's Most Gra
cious ObloqnV.
tfpteial Diaatek to 771# Tribun*,
Detroit, Mich., Nov. 18.— Capt. Edward
O’Meagher Condon, of Cincinnati, the Fenian
agitator whoso release from the English orison
was recently effected, arrived In the city this
afternoon and received a tremendous reception
at the Young Men's Hall to-night. All the Irish
Societies attended In unllorm,aud many persons
were unable to gain admission. Congratulatory
speoebet were mode by Judge Reilly, ox-Ald.
Daly, and Henry W. Lord, of this city, cx-Con
sut at Manchester, Eng., who was chiefly Instru
mental In procuring a commutation of Cuudon’a
death-sentence In 1807, and jvho subsequently
labored unceasingly for a filial release. Mr.
Lord gave a • graphic description of a
visit to Condon’s coll on the evening
before, the day Uxed for his execution,
and highly praised the hearing,’ firmness, aim
manly bearing of the condemned roan. Capt.
Condon delivered a short speech amid great
enthusiasm, describing the circumstances of his
arrest, trial, and eleven yoars’a imprisonment at
Mlllbank I’enlienllary. 110 closed with an do-
Suent peroration, pi-upheavlng that the next
low struck for Ireland would secure the de
liverance of that unhappv countrv. Resolution*
were adopted lhauklug the American Congress
of the United States, Minister Welsh, and ex-
Consul Lord for their efforta In Condon's be
Office or the Chief Signal Officer,
Washington, D. C., Nov. 14—1 a. m.—lndica
tions—For Tennessee, Ohio Valley, and Upper
Laite region, clear or partly cloudy weather,
cold northerly winds, becoming variable, and
shifting to warmer southeasterly, rising, fol
lowed by stationary or falling, barometer.
Fur the Lower Lake region, dear or partly
cloudy weather, northwesterly winds, booming
variable, atatlouury or lower temperature,
higher pressure.
Fur the Upper Mississippi Valiev, vsrlabl*
winds, shifting to warmer southerly, dear or
portly cloudy weather, stationary or falling
For tbe Lower Missouri Valley warmer, part
ly cloudy weather, winds mostly southeasterly,
stationary or lower pressure.
The temperature will tall below freezing in
the canal region.
i-OCli OD»l*T*rtOJlk.
Ciiuuoo. Not. la.
Win*. | t'tl. Hn. i neat her
Oar, | Thr
6:53 *. m. eu.uuu pi7|
11:16 a. u. au,lo?i 13
3:tu p. m.:;»a I3ii n
3:53 p. m.baitfli 4',
n;to u. m. so an 13
10:16 p. U.{30.3531 II
SUxltaua. 46: minimum. u 7.
CmiqsOo, .Suv. 13-Uldolgbl.
Alßsav *:u.uo av N. W.,fre«b ! ‘Pair.
llunisrclrl4; 60 S.K.. fr«sb.'Hear.
Pußslu Sail 33 ItV., fresh...' 4.'lcjr.
Cairo lO.IJ' at iN.b., fresh* clear.
flcjfooe. .. 3-i.ml 30 M.. genus.. Clear.
Cbluatfu... . uaas 1 41 .6. K., Until.) Clear.
CiueiuoatL ...60.37. 4, Calm • Clear.
Cleveland .... 3a w 40 N. t., brisk’ rsir.
OeaMulaei... 3a30 37 K., gentle Clear.
1 teurer aat-J; 66 X...fre»U..'...-.;i:Jouar,
Detroit ‘30.34 64 K.W.. geo.'.....'ctearT
Uulutb 3a 31 61 Calm.,. 1 11-alr.
Lscsnabs .... ao.to so S7'v., frc*h Clear.
KLUtlwun.... 3 I.uil 44 6.K., Ugbul -Hur.
Uiaud listen 30.31, 4J iN.H., frc»h Clear.
LoCmm 30.37 67 ,6. V*., ccuu l Clear.
Leafcawunb so.lil 46
UarquciU... 60,31 64 ;N.W.,fresh) >air
Milwaukee... 3a3o| 36 (N.W., light Clear.
SaabtlUe .... so. 17' 46 L'aUn • Ch ar.
NawOrleasa. 30.1 u 57 ]K.. bgiii..., >slr.
IMtubura .... :h,3oi 67 |N.W., light Clear.
Port Uuruw.. aaau S 3 K.W.. fresh ciomir.
Itocheslar..,. 60.111 34 !W.,fresh... ♦ .05 Cloud*.
baa Kraaclsee 60. 141 56 IW.,geune..' 'Pair.
be Louis...,. 60.33: 44 iK. K., fresh Clear. -
bt I'suL.. ~ 3*t.U4 66 .Colid..c car..
Toledo 50.34. 64 VT, frtsh.... ( iesr.l
Vicksburg ... aa r. 53 K.E..jtcut>« Cloud*.
Ysnktoa aa37l 63 :K,Vgentle.. fcotr/
New Yokk, Nor. 13.—Arrived, stcsmshlps
Kusefoi from Liverpool 5 Greece, from London;
France, from'Havre, *
K«w Fong, Nor. ia— Arrived, steamship
Slate of Georgia, from Glasgow; bucvU, from
London, Nov. 13.—Steamships Erin and Bo
livia. iron: New York; Iberian, fioui Boston;
and Tc.va>. from Moatical. :;-»e -iii’.id u .t.
The Russian* Envoy Still Tarrying
at tho Headquarters of
tho Ameer.
SchouvalofTs Mission Now Bnid to
Uo of nn Unimportant
English Manufactnrpr* Still’ Cutting
Down in Honrs and
The Emperor William Soon tp
Resume the Reins of
Execution of Fifty-three Conspirators
London, % Not. 13. i lio Husslao mission at
Cabul has not been withdrawn.
London, Nov. 13.—a dispatch from Constan
tinople says It Is stated that Eutrland is earnest
ly assisting tno Porte in its endeavor to con
cluded loan to he guaranteed on the revenues
ot Syria and the surplus Egyptian tribute.
Pbstit, Nov. 13.—Count Schouvoloft has had
a private audience with tho Emperor. ' He sub
sequently Informed an Interviewer that he was
tho bearer of no now proposals; that he came
to I’csth to settle some minor matters, and re
peated tho assurances of the Czar’s desire to
faithtully respect the Treaty of Berlin.
London, Nov. 13.—The ZVmss correspondent
at I’cslli telegraphs: From all that has trans
pired it seems tho reports concerning Count
SchouvalofTs promotion from the London Em
bassy for tho present are unfounded.
The Idea of proposing nn International Com*
mission, chnrgfcd to Watch the execution of ttio
Berlin Treaty, seems under contemplation In at.
LottnoM, Nov. 13.—A dispatch from Berlin
savs Hen. Todtcbcu lias been summoned to
A Vienna dispatch reports that Count Schnuva
loll will probably proceed to London by way of
San Fhancisco, Cu) m Nov. 13.—Arrived, the
steamer City of Tpklo, from iloug Kong. Pur'
suant to advertisement of the sheriff, the for*
clgn residents of Hong Kong held a public
meeting Oct. T, 19 consider the slate of Insc
curlty of life and property In the colony. Thu
Chinese residents attempted to pack the meet*
lug, but failed to l accomplish anything. The
following resolutions were adopted: That
during tiio past eighteen months life and prop
erty In the colony havfe been seriously jeopard
ized, uml a feeling Of' Insecurity, tlio result of
recent events, has grown, whli-h, in the opinion
of the meeting, has been mainly caused by a
polleyof undue leniency towards the criminal
classes. Other resolutions In a general way
favored a return a to flogging and other
severe punishments of criminals prac
ticed under 'former administrations,
and the apimlntmehtiot a Commission by the
home Government'to Inquire Into the present
odminlsirntlon of'tlie dovernment of the
colony, especially rhnlnllng the application of
the criminal laws. ThttChalrmon was Instructed
to forward the resolutions to the Colonial secre
tary for trausmibsidn to the Secretary of State
for the colonies. ’* •
A gate on tho coabt''Dccoiloucd' many minor
disasters to shipping*. 1
* jaVan.
Tlio Mikado left K66b ou the 15th of October,
and was expected In Tiltlo ou the 7tU ot No
vember. /’I
The court-martial in the recent military meet
ing nt the Capitol MV'over nn extended period,
and all possible mean* were tried to Induce tho
prisoners to make full confession of their
motives, aud Instigators, torture
it Is alleged haVltig been employed for
that purpose, bnti all In vain. On , the
15th Inst, the Court met tex pronounce
judgment. Fifty-tllvee private soldiers of
Infantrvand awlllerysmttalionswcro condemned
to death, 115 others to ten years, forty-eight to
three yearn, seven to fWo years, and eighteen to
one year’s ImprlsoniAcnt In various parts of tho
country. Of the lesrtf offenders, twenty-three
wore sentenced to cohfln*ment and one to he
flogged. Throe men-ouly were acquitted. The
sentences were earnest out at once, '(lie con
demned men were shot to death In batches of
fifteen on the morning following. Tbo scene
lasted four hours. ■ '
Ureal changes In the Cabinet aro expected an
the return of the Mikado to Toklo. The Asi
atic cholera 1b said to bo prevalent In Nairazakl.
The Government la adopting active measures to
prevent the spread of the contagion. Thu dis
ease lias also mode'll* appearance at Yoko
Jablnghom, Envoy to the United States, de
parts liv the City of Toklo. Slovens, Secretary
of Legation, will act ip his absence.
Tiie American snip Lookout was wrecked
Sept. 13 near Katsusulra, and three meu were
The steamer Nippo Maru went ashore Sent.
15, In Spex Straits, aud Is a total loss. All
bauds were saved.
Lokdom, Nov. lit— of exception
al severity are prevailing In the north of Eng
land and throughout Scotland.
The Iron Arms of Ashton, Hyde, Staleybridge,
Nowtou, and Uuldebrklge give notice of a re
duction of the wages of skilled workmen S shil
lings and of unskilled workmen 1 shilling per
week. ,
Donoer ft Co.. East Indian merchants, bavo
foiled. Liabilities. $500,000.
The cotton manufacturers of Glasgow will re
date the working hours one-third. This will
affect 8,000 employes.
The race for the great Bhropshtre handicap
to-day was Wua by Oruntas, Bunsbode second,
duller third.
pbatii or an Acmm
Amy Sheridan, the actress, it dead.
The Marquis of Lome and Princess Louise,
accompanied bv the Duke of (Joimauslit amt
Prince Leopold, left for Liverpool at midnight.
A large crowd witnessed their departure and re
peatedly cheered the Marquis and Princess.
71 N. W.
74 N. E.
66 K. £.
61 N. K.
66 Calm,
c-i a. t..
« o ciw. f
7 i» Clear.
6 ot'Uar.
4 0 Clear,
o a clear.
London, Nov. Pi.—O’Connor Power, M. P. t
staled at u public meeting lost night that Low
tiler. Chief ao relarv fur Iretuud, held out some
prospect of the speedy release of the two Fu
ulaus who are still condncd lu Ireland.
London, Nov. 13.— ‘The Dolton cotton-spin
tiers have decided to make a reduction of & per
cent iu the wages of their employes.
The enforcement of the Bolton masters’ reso
lution ts dependent ou the concurrence of the
masters owning two-thirds or tho spindles lu
the district, wnlch Include* Uoltou, Leigh, Tyl
deslee, and Athertou.
Kluht thousand operatives in Blackburn who
are out of employment are organizing a meet
ing to express indignation at tue paucity of
parish relief.
Pauis, Nov. 13.—The Budget Committee re
duced the estimated expenditure of tbo next
budget 35,000,000 frsucs. The estimate fur the
army is Wtf.WXJ.OOO 1 rones,—an» Increase of
NVibsdadkm, Kov. 13.—The Kmperor William,
Id replying to an address of (be Towu Counsel,
sold he hoped soon to resume the (loverumeut,
ilo trusted (jermaoy’e action against the crimi
nal tendencies of the Communistic element
would be Imitated by other States. The peril is
common, and so ought to be the defense.
Bombay,'Nov. 13.—A serious Insurrection hai
broken out in the Nejd district, lu Arabia,
against the Turks. 1
Buct.ou ........ u.t. -1.-li,c ■» i. l-rk
ro iiiiiiix.
Assassins in Japan.
not withdrawn.
ANOTiicB mums.
Devonshire. (,'ar>tnln Falkocr, was jcircd b\ a
< lilihn fiTVttir Willi*' l«vullng Btiaim m the
yiruit.- ot linn, am! t;ucn i<* Funm Arenas.
I’oMtl. Nuv, M.—TJiceXiT.C'l tlernun Bishop*.
In n-plv n* a ri'-jiioi*. ni mo* Vato-ms to statu
ihclr views ahotH Uio pen Sing negotiations Pc
twgnn (iennatiy and the Vatican, have expressed
u (Visit that au equitable arrangement may bo
to nr. fjJstMTRo.
Paris, Nov. J.’l.—Tint Electoral Commission
of Uic Chamber of Deputies has decided to
recommend the unseating of M. Fourtcau, late
Minister of the Interior.
Bpftfnl nnontth to TTtsms.
Tbrrb Haiti!. Ind.. Nov. 13.—The celebrated
confidence-preacher, the Rev. .John Williams,
who, a short time ago, came to this city, sue*
cccdcd In deluding a worthy widow, Mrs. Will*
lam Piper, and was admitted to her house by
representation! about an expected fortune duo
her from an estate In Canada, which ho by some
means knew of, and who also imposed upon the
members Ot the Moßalt Street Methodist
Church, where he was admitted dn the pulpit,
collected a large Sum of money, and fled so rap*
Idly when the widow's lawyer pressed htmabout
the estate, has been captured, and la now In
Jail here awaiting trial for several crimes.
Ho is about 50 years old, ot Canadian origin,
speaks with au English accent, la very gentle*
manly Id appearance,dresses nicely, and is edu
cated In manners and language. In person ho
Is slight tu build, has a palo countenance, largo
blue eyes, wears Englisu-cut side whiskers and
mustache, has very heavy, lung, wavy, dark
brown hulr, Is romantic In style,—ln tact, is a
stnkinaly-hamlsoine man of the p.uhcllu kind,
very taking with ihu laJlcs, especially with
widows, who have been'in this section Ins
special victims. ’ lie lied from here,
and was lost to alt search,
leaving no clew until a few days since Deputy
Marshal Ed Vandevcr and l.lcut. Fnslg acci
dentally learned of such a person living with u
widow near Charleston, 111. Ho is known bv
several aliases—Hill, Walker, Harlan, and oth
ers. Since he Itfft here, and the alfair was pub
lished, a largo number of letters have been re
ceived from all over tho country and Canada,
asking our authorities about him, and relating a
great variety of games'lie bus played and thcils
he has committed. One spoke of a ihelt of *SOO
at tnu leading hotel In lit. Catherines, Ontario.
Too otliccrs . above-mentioned proceeded to
Charleston, and by shrewd management In
duced him logo with them to Paris. 111., and .
from there got him over Into this state, pre
tending a widow wished to see him. ilu was
found having u grand good time. He had made
his way to the house of a wortiiy widow named
Walker, living on her flno large farm u few
miles east of Charleston, and, having by some
means learned of her previous alfuirs and rela
tions, pretended to bo tho bearer of a large
sum of money to her from a relative
who had died In tho fur West,
and claimed to hare the documents in the ease.
Hu produced oe such a large package of papers
covered with scrawling that none cun read ex
cept himself. He said it was all in Hebrew*, and
so Imposed upon her Hub she made him wel
come to her home, and ho was already running
her farm affairs. He only arrived there on
Tmirnday, but, on Sunday, he discharged her
faithful larm hand of two years’ service, and,
when the ulllcers captured him, waft ulWmt sell
ing her crop of grain and a drove of
hogs, and doing all her business • lu
his familiar style. He has traveled a
great deal, claims .to have been o
resident of California nineteen yearn,
where Ids wile Is now living, tu be very wealthy,
to have been to China and the East ami West
Indies, etc. Hols a woudcrfully-nlnuslblo talk
er, and has had great ahccess. The olllcorg de
serve high credit for their capture, for It rids
society ui a dangerous fraud. Hu U w anted lu
many place* lor trial, and Is ccrtalu of tho
JJtipatcH lo Tht Tribune.
of a shocking crime are printed here to-mgnt.
Last Friday, Mary Daily, aged 88 years, was
buried in Huntington, near our county line,
without funeral or religious services. She had
been apparuully In her usual health 00 the
previous day, and no cause was known for her
death. Being a dwarf and somewhat deformed,
she had long been treated n ith excessive cruelty
by her father, stepmother, and stoobrothers
and sisters, six 1» number. When the under
taker went to placo the body In the colltn bo
found unmistakable evidences of foul play. Ho
interred the remains, and communicated his
suspicions to the proper authorities, who laid
the matter before tbo Grand Jury. That
body ordered the Coroner .to exhume the
body, which he did ' last night. The
corpse reached this city at 4 this
morning, and to-day a post-mortem examination
was held nt the medical college. Tula demon
strated that the unfortunate girl had been liter
ally beaten to death. The face was a moss of
scars and bruises. Eight warrants were Issued,
and to-nlglit the ollloors left, for Lafayette
Township to arrest her entire family, all of
whom are thought to bo implicated. Thu evi
dences ore very strong against them. They will
,bo brought to town and lodged In jail 10-alght.
This girl has lived a fcarlul life fur some time
past, having borne two bastard children, of
whom her stepbrothers were said to bo the
fathers. Belli of them died In Infancy. The
Prosecuting Attorney save the evidence now In
his hands shows a condition of beastliness almost
Incredible, and proves that tlio murder was care
fully planned some time ago.
Special Diipatth to Tfts Tribunt.
Allbstow.s, Pa., jS'ov. 15.—A daring rob
bery, which took place about oue mile north of
Zuiglcrsvillc, a small village In Whitehall Town
ship, Lehigh County, lata on Monday night, has
Just come to light. Tbo victim was Mrs. Stef
fen, widow of Henry Steffen, who died some
months ago. She resides all alone, ami,
as she was. appointed administratrix of
her husband’s estate, the fact that
she had money in her possession was generally ■
known. On the night In question two men
drove up to the house In a carriage, and, alter
hitching their horses, knocked at the dour, de
manding admission. The old lauv, who was
about going to bed, refused to admit them,
when they battered the door down and rushed
In, and groaned the old woman by the throat.
They slopped her mouth mid demanded her
money under pam of death. Doth men had
their faces blackened or masked and otherwise
dUlhruml. They took the pochetbook con
taining the money, niter which they Jumped
Into their carriage and drove oil. Tile woman
failed to recognize her assailants, but lias sus
picions of certain parties. She will nut make
their names public. She is now suffering
(rum nervous prostration caused by the ex
Sjfeiat iHiOi-.tch Trlbunt,
Nbw Tome, Nut. 13.— 1 t U rumored that the
police have ferreted out the Manhattan Bank
myfitcry, and will Imre the robber* under arrest
within twenty-four hour*.' Various parties pro*
leasing to reprc-sunl the robbers have attempted
to negotiate with the hauk fur the return of the
stolcu securities, but the Directors have reject
ed all overtures of negotiation. Measures have
been taken making It dilUcult for the thieve* to
dispose of the securities without Immediate de
* An ez-dctectlve soys Mark Bhlnburn was un
doubtedly tho principal in tno rubbery, and that
two men In tho detective squad know Bhlnburn
was engaged lu It. Bbiuburu rubbed the Ocean
Hank In tills city nearly ten years ago, a
roobery which, fur boldness and completeness
of execution, astonished the country. At that
timo ho owed nearly ten years’ time fur the
rubbery of a bank at Keene, N» 11. For four
years .past ho ha* kept quiet, but was seen .In
thU city several times just prior to tbo Man
hattan Bauk rubbery*
Spielut IHumUcS le
NAStiviLL*. Nov. Ilk—William Kulght has
been convicted by the Law Court of Madison
County of tbo murder of Thnmai Wilkins, and
sentenced to be banged, w ithin a mile of Jack*
soiivon the 31st day of December. Tbo uiufder
. was committed ou the euuridug of the 3d of
November,. 1577, within half a mil* of tbo
Andcrsou County line, On the day before tin)
criuiq WUUns came by thy residence of Kufgtit,
and Induced him to accompany him to Jackson.
After disposing of a quantity of cotton, the two
started for home m an Uitoxicsted condition.
Ou tbe duv the killing occurred scorch was
made for Wilkins, whose non-arrival at home
occasioned a deal 'of alarm. Ills corpse
was discovered, and sn examination revealed
tbe fact that his po.-Uels iud been rubbctl.
Knight was arrested at Henderson, upd 931
was found ou Ills person. Ho confessed his
guilt, and related the circumstances attending
lUj Mlliiig. Wdhi'ii Ml a w!!’.-and two cud
•Iren to mmtrn hN untimely fate. Knight N
mil? 11« vo.u-* of ac. •
CnfT-f, *j:i your* oM. will milTcf the
extreme [.ciml'v of tin- law, at Novrpnrl. Ctvke*
f'liiiuv on i!nr *ii I Inst., for violating the per
son ul Kvclmv Clark. K),
the Indian raAtrns.
Yankton. D. T„ Npv. 13—The United Slalci
Ora ml Jury wm charged by Judga Shannon thU
forenoon, and retired for the consideration of
business to oc presented by the United States
Atlnrncv. A number of Indian Agents nnd
traders nro to receive Inveililratlon- hr this
ftrsml Jtin. find 12i) witnesses nro hero from the
Stouz country to uivo evidence.
New Om.BANs, Nor. 13.—Two Hcathl from
yellow fever the past twenty-four hours.—one n
child In the Sixth District, the other a sailor at
the Hotel Dleu. Hundreds of oldcnscs are daily
reported by physicians. 'lho total cases to data
are 10,31*2. One physician who had reported
several deaths from malarial fever stales now
that they were from yellow fevdr; that he
changed Ids diagnosis lor fear of hcliiff fined
tor not reporting the cases before death ensued.
Jackson, Not. 13.—One death;.no new cases,
Ice last night. All stores opening. The fami
lies of several physicians having returned Indi
cates that it Is safe for all to do so.
VicKSDtmo, Nov. 13.—While frost this morn
ing. One death; three new cases reported.
Extracts from n Crnn«-I!lll Showing Him of
Bt. Louis to Ha Equal In Hlrntegy to Him
of Clilelmltominy,
fiprclnt fihpatch to The Trtbuns.
Bt. Louts, Mo., Nov. 13.—St. Louis Is just
now excited over n- scandalous divorce suit be
tween a prominent teacher In the public schools
and his wife, and developments are promised
that will he highly gratifying to the prurient.
The plaintiff is (leurge It. McClellan, n teacher
in the Central High School, and the defendant
Is Ids wife, Knima- do Died his petition for
divorce last June. At that time, It Is said,
his wife was absent In New Hampshire,
and only received Information of the suit
through a friend, who mailed her a copy of tho
paper la which tho order of publication was
printed. Had she not seen It, tho divorce would
probably havo gone by default, and Bt. Louis
would havo. hecu spared tho present scandal.
The petition alleges In general terms such cruel
ty nnd Intense Jealousy on the part of the wife
os to render living with her Intolerable. Thu
cross-bill of tho wife is a lllerarv effort rnrelv
met with In drv legal documents. Among a
multitude of charges urc tho following:
And. for a further defence, defendant says that. In
the months of Aprll.Mny, Juno, duty, und August,
A. I). IKU.’i, before the datouf nny of the supposed
,wrong-* complained of in the petition,and without
the procurement-connivance, privity, or consent
of Ihu dcfeadaiiT, tho plaintiff, at his own house
near Rappahannock Station, In the futility of Tail
tinier. Ic the State of Virginia, hnd and hold Illicit
intercourse with Llso Iloloert, a female of African
descent, who was nt the tlinu emnloyt-d ns n nurse
girl In said house; that In tho months of August.
September, October, November, ami December
A. 1». 1873, when both plaintiff und defendant were
residing ut tho City of 81. Louis, hi the Slate
of Missouri, the plaintiff, without tho procure
ment, connivance, privity, or consent of this de
fendant, was criminally intimate with and hnd and
held Illicit lotsfcotirso and conversation with u
female commonly known hy tho name of Fannie
K. Tower, at tho Park Hotel, nnd the bouse No.
ddld Gamble avenue, and at divers oilier place-* in
said City of Bt. Louis; tnat. in ths months of .1 ulv,
Anginl/Scptoinbor, and October, A. D. IB7d, while
both (ho plaintiff and defendant wore residing At tho
City of 81. Louis, the plaintiff was criminally Inti
mate with and hnd anil held Illicit intercourse wltn a
female domestic servant tnea In his employ, named
Agnes Harrison, at the house, No. gd.'-H Haruh
sireot. and at divers other place* In said cltv of M.
Louis; mat In the month of Octnoor, A. l». IHTU,
while both tho ntalntiff nnd the defendant were re
siding in sold fllv of Ht. Louis. In Ihu Htalo of Mis
souri. tho plaintiff, without reasonable cause or
excuse, drove tho plaintiff from his house, ami
then and (henceforth refused to llvo with tho de
fendant or rccognUo her-as his wife; that
the plaintiff, in tho summer of 1875,
while tho defendant and her c.nldrcn wore East
on a visit, secretly made tho Journey from Ht.
Louis to New Hampshire, via Niagara-Fails, Ip.
company .with an nijmaxrJcfl.frtinalqAiympd.yowevj
mat the plaintiff, during the wnoloof his slay In
New Hampshire, secretly corresponded with said
female: that theplnlntlff secretly relumed do Kt.
Louis with said female, nnd took rtmms with her at
tho Park Hotel, and left UN wife and children In
tho East; that alter his return, the plaintiff rented
and furnished a House In 8(. Louis, and. in Hie
absence nf defendant and his family, removed
said female to said house, nnd kept house
alone with ncr for several weeks: that, after the
return of the defendant mid her children, tho
plaintiff still kept said female In the best chamber
of the said house, and the defendant, in addition
to tho cares of her Household mid children, was
obliged to wait upon and servo said female, who
was fussy and tlnlca) beyond belief; that' the
plaintiff, during tho slay of said female'in said
house, supported and encouraged her lu an attempt
to assume control and direction of said house
hold, and permitted her to dictate to
this said defendant bow tho lablo was
to lie supplied and the food prepared and served,
and bow tho defendant's children were to bo
clothed and governed; that, during the stay of the
said tamale In tno said homo, the plaintiff was cold
and Indifferent towards this defendant, and denied
burlier marital rights, ami spent the greater por
tion of tils lime wmlc at home alone with said fe
male In her sleeping-room, to I he utter neglect of
his wife and fum-ly; that, when this duiuudunt
ordered said female lo leave the said hoose.
and she went, tho plaintiff became violently
angry, and at once (oexed no and nailed up
the entire front purl of tho -honse, and timriMpun
refused to permit the defendant lo enter the room
made sacred bv tho occupancy of the said fcmnl?,
and the plaintiff by forcu compelled ths defendant
and her children to live lit Ihu ell portion of said
house from November, 1875. to May, 1870, »ua
during said Imprisonment tho health of the de
fendant uml her children wa« seriously Impaired by
the cuinineuicnt and want of proper light,
air, and ventilation; tlmt during the whole of
the seven months last aforesaid, tho plaintiff
■pent his evenings and far Into thv night
away from ■sia home, and cntlridy neglected nis
wife ami family, and during said time (ho children
were sick, ami one uf thorn died, when, and then
only, Ihu plaintiff was kind enough lu open tho
front part uf tbu home, nnd wont uuruad again as
before: that. In the summer of 187 U, the defend
ant. who wus worn out with (ho cares, sorrows,
and cruelties of the preceding winter-and spring,
went East, and In tho lull, when too time caiuo fur
her to return, tho plaintiff refused to furnish her
meins to do so, and tho defendant was obliged to
borrow mouuy to defray ihu expenses uf hor re
turn; tlml, upon her return, tho plaintiff received
her very coldly, amt nphrukdvJ hor fur returning,
nod was unary because she hud returned, and neg
lected her, uml, at tho table, was exceedingly po
lite and attentive lo tho wants ui iho servaiu-ulrl
In (ho presence uf ihu defendant; that, soon after
the said servant confplslned ul a soro fln,*vr. and
the plaintiff thereupon hid thu said servant-girl
stop work, and took her into his own room und
nursed her, while (his defendant went ituu
the kitchen •■ lo work; that (ho plaintiff
at onco reduced tho dufoodaut lo tho
position of servant to tho said uervant in her own
licubo. and allowed and encouraged tho laid serv
ant tu give orders lo tho defendant luuchlu'i ilia
conduct uf (ho »ald household, and permitted tho
■aid servant to make hor toilet and natho In ibo
plaintiff's room, and lo flirt fur huura In iter night
gown in said room in his presence; uml under the
premium uf giving tho said servant •‘morphimi to
nnict her nerves," Iho plaintiff repeatedly vi-lted
the said servant after slio nad retired, and admin
istered tho medicine In' ihu dark; that tho
plaintiff conspired with the said servant
to render thu defendant's home intolerable,
and succeeded to that extent that thu defendant
was driven t» tho verge of insanity t-y their actions:
tl»l the defendant ul last lult Ihu huuseund sought
temporary shelter with strangers; that, upon s-tua-,
lug her away in tho manner aforesaid. Iho (dnlutil!
cruelly refused the duiuulunt's lequcstto be per
mitted to take her Infant child, then 5 years old,
along with her, but uTu-rvyanl, when the cure of
said child bad become burdensome, dm plaintiff
sent it uu lu (he defendant lo take care of. Thu
defvndaui further mys that she Is without mruma
or separate properly, uml has been obliged lo de
pend upon her needle for support since sha was
sent away, lu October, 1878. .
flic case lias (lot come up (or hearing volt ami
die trial will be one of the most notable of ilia
Ututl ever heard In u hi. Louis conn, Although
McClellan lias long stood nigh as a teacher lu
St. Louis, thu scandalous charges against |ilm
have brought him liltu great disrepute with urn
Behool Board, and that body has peremptorily
dismissed him ffuiu the school service upoh the
heroic ground that It will corrupt young ladles
and men to be taught br a person who isapurty
to a divorce suit. McClellan refuses to step
down and out, and will *uo the Board fur his
year’s salary anti damages. There are two'ur
three other teachers here who wero tm the evo
of hrluglug divorce suits when MaClcllau fell a
Victim to the School Board’s wrath.
rim.inßU'uu, i*a., Nor. 18.— The female
weavers in the eurpct-mllls of the Nineteenth
Ward have struck on account of a nolllkallou
of the reduction of wages of one cent per yard.
The strikers are willing to accept a half-ceni re
Cincinnati. 0., Nov. 13.—A1l the coalminers
lu tlte vicinity of Zanesville, 0., arc on a »trii{>.-.
demamllug u quarter of a eciu ulvan.e pvr
'l.;i I;. 1.
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Indorelns Br. Redmu'e It, n, R. BcmMios i?
ter lung them Tor Several Ycais, A1 ‘
D**f Sirs Hsvlne forsetfrat' yrTi < V'«i r '|i ,, l M f• ■l e *7.
flr.p». dutthl liiglv s( flfbtfc but aster cxurrvT. ur I*
pn«-ru‘)r with foil ennlideftrs, it w nolr**« iV' 1 i:, « "mr
"duly to thankfully ■tkD"n|iM l! „ ttm ■ tVAIU'' ~l* n
li no derived irons I firm. Tin* Hl.i nro
otsrn o* occasionrequire!. nn<t nl*syi »in, ,V? , l ««
rirceu Tho lic*.iy'luoicf cannot i*R \VJ '
than it l> i»y Its name. We apply the nniwrt I, - ril "- , e
freely, almost lartrlsbiy nmling iho Vri*V‘ l,
\K'S' l t. r ’ rnn/juurj, ißigneJ) K 0
R. R. R.
cured ANn r:;i;vr;MMi *’
tjr inlnuO’* by taking lladway’s M-t-ly llcliof v!
cc-tluii c»r Innanitnation, no wivtkuc»sor lassltinnZ »Vj
follow Ibc use of the It. It. UelK-f. llMtl
IR/. TR/. lE^;.
lu from One to Twenty Minutes.
Alter Reading this Advertisement need
an; one Suffer with Fuln,
It was the flntand Is the
That ln«tnntly slops tho »no«t rxcntrlntlng pair*. «).
lays loilaiiitniillun and mini Co;iu-"»ili.n< tviicin ruf
Ui>> Limg% Miiinnch, iluweis or other glands or
by one application.
In from Ono to Twenty Minutes.
. Xo Walter liowrlolont or cTcruclatlm; the pah, th»
ItlK iiiii ulc Iknl-tnliicn. hiiltin, <;ru> ilim, Nmoui
>uunl|lc, or pruitraittl Trim (lloofee mar sufier,
Inflammation of the Kidneys,
Inflammation of the BMJc:,
Inflammation of tliO llowcls,
' . Congestion of tho Lungs,
Soro TJimt, Difficult Ureatlilntr.
I’alpitalion of the Heart
Hysterics, Croup, Dlnlitliorla,
Calarrli, Influenza,
Headache, Toothache,
Neuralgia, Rheumatism,
Cold Chills, Ague Chills,
Chilblains, and Frost Hites
The n»plfcAilon of the ]>»dr Tlcllef lo tho part of
part* *«cro Uui pain or dltflcmty calm wilt cm
tud comfort.
. Thirty to *l*lydrop» In half a tumbler of wafer will
in a low minute* ecru utbiuin. tkmr mumicb,
Heartburn, blclc llciuuchc, lliarrtnra. l)y»euurj.
Colic. Wind In tlioDowd*, and all I mental PnfiJ.
Travelers ahoitld always csrryabottlaol UAH"AYS
11KAUV IthUKK with them. A few drop* In wai«r
will jin-vent «loKnf»iorj*nln« from change of water.
Ilia better thsu freucblirsuuy or Hitlers ss ft ilium*
isut. '
FFA EH AND AOTXls.cured for fifty cents. There Ii
not aronicdlataiutulln Huswoiid that will i-nre loir
mid Ante. mid all other Hilarious. unions. i : e»rlit.
Typhoid. yellow, and other Oven (aided ny Its lw.n i
KI tiulfKiy m KAUWAY’d ULAUi Iti-LILT
i iftjr cents pet bottle.
• teolvd,
‘ . mnrun cu«k of ciiiiosic tusrare. rt _
BCUOFULA u»i bVPinu;nr..jiiiUiiVirAuV on
„ unirs»K.vri-;i)ijfrni?
Lunas or Stumucb. skin or lloon» Finn cr
cohhuptino TmrSuluis and vitiatisii
TUB H.l’lUS.
. Chronic Ithcumn'lnm. burnfnia. fllamluiar'relli'i:.
Haitian dry i.unith. raumo-ii Ai.iMl<m*. i*>|riiilbla
J'omiiialnu, lllceJuigof tin* Lungs
Hr-tali. Tig llulurvnua. tVhllo Swelling.', lumuM ll
uf*. bkm an I ||i|t utict*e«. Metuuml t)Ue.u*«, )<*
ni.Hu t'omiilnlnis tiwut, Urwl*y, bail llnoum, W«*r
Utltii, Cuu»maj.tum.
Liver Complaint, &c.
Knl-onlrdon llio ParwarllHnn Rctolrent cxclt!
remedial nsclili In Ihn cum uf Cornell'. wr.'lui-’H
roiuiauiloiiat. auj bkin Ul»ca»e<, but u it iujuj./
|KMiitto l-uiu lor
Hrlnnryiuiinvrmb|il»«**»m. (lrtr?L Ulahf'c*. I>wW
htu,;piua uf Wuu-r. liuimU.k'i.oi of I tn.v. Pn,: 1 ..*
I/Ihuiu, AlDuni.iiuria, an<lluuil cast** wii'-m Huf
bili'K-ilu.l d< i'0»ll<. ur lliu uutvr l« llikk. rku'Ji
mlxud wlih (uiotauct-i Hko thu while uf an vju. *;*
iltruaiii )lko wiitiu tllw. nr there U amorbß uhL
lllloui appearance. au-l white U-nodiut ooi»'MtS »«•
wlii’ti there H a |irlci:li>tr, Imrulng nintailon when I
lull water. mill I.afn In llio ima.l I.r tin- 1ml; ral •' "•»
lUeluliu. bold by I'UlCii OMS LuLLAI..
on. lIAmVAY & CO., 32 Warreu-»1.,5.T.
Perfectly (asirlcti, rUjrsDtlyeusleJ wUh
puna-, tcirulutv, VJfliy. etc*:.*;. .uj ' / it.#
iuj«.uy « Pill#, for tim cur« of ,«
bluu.aili, Liver. Howl*. Kidney#, pluJ l»'• ;' T .’ •[.
l l»i*ou«ui, licailacltc. Conitlyjiryn. .itaii.i
Djripei'Uu. Uliiuun.»*. Vevtr. 1 ,,11 V ... j-.-
of tliu Hoard#, pile#, vad all
teruAl Vl»eers. Warn, ted to cilnl a 1 0 nitf
Purdy tcevtuble, uwusliilag no mrreury. 111,1
del.Ufiou*druc#. . .1.1,--(root
(ir* otoun a ti.u following sytnptuiaa rwuiiL,
I>t»w/dcr*of Uni lil*;o»UUi Urnau*: . , fc . nvo.l U
Cob.lll.aUoii, liio-araPlU-#. Fi.Hi.nw of »M »*
thy I pud, Acidity of ll.u Moniact),
Ulsu-u.if Food. Full:iv#«ur u«uU !•' \ .
Four Kructiittoiu, Mukiazsor FloUMiea* j-;.j
Hu btuoiaeli. bwitun.lM of Ilia p«.#ij 1
iHCI.-uli lii. alliiuu. Flutterlm »l She I*. 14 'V* uk.
or euitvvjtiDK eon#ct(ui.« viu-'i lu » u
TiuUur Wll* before lUu blzI.L FeuT * n .Lniw* f
ll*J Head. Pendency of Pattr-lrano'i.» 1 *; *j,J
K>««. Win In tb>i feuiy. M 1 ** 4 -. *,
tuilCcn Flume# uf Ilc&t, pum'in# lu <1)0/
A fcsrUa.c* of lUdwi.y# I'lll# will, v , Jt
from all u( ilio aUivo-iiAmcU dudd# l #- 4
ecu ; n.r loju bald by Ura.-ji.il.
“False and True.”
Fend • 1 Kcr lo UAUWAY & CO., **

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