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eased. Witness O'Brien alias Lindsey, (I he was an uncle of the man to whom York, March 29.—The proceedings Morey letter case will be finally dis in a few days. Assistant District Bell, who has had charge of the the commencement, being satisfied areful examination that the letter written when it was originally claim , a ve been penned, a nolle prosequi will tre be entered and the bondsmen will n the Tombs, baying pleaded guilty on dictment charging him with perjury, ortly be brought up in the court of gen ssioits for sentence. H. L. Morey, who er was written, is confined in the house nation, but having furnished suitable aiion to the prosecution will be liber _a few days. don, March 29.—At 1 a. m., the con of Beaconsfield is unchanged. The at of real danger is in bis throat, which h inflamed. ha, March 30.—The work of repair Uniou Pacific in Platte valley is rap ■ogressing and by next Saturday the will probably be running on time. Al trains over the Burlington & Missouri u Kearney are running without much uid no further trouble with washouts is The delayed Union Pacific trains this evening. Over 50 per cent, of the have been washed away by freshets braska and numerous grist mills were ? ed. Cattle have been drowned in numbers, but the only persons t0 be drowned are a woman and bildren, west of Schuyler, who were near an emigrant wagon. The rest of r ty were probably drowned. ™Scott, March 20.—A private dispatch :it here to-day announced the deatli of A. Brown, a son of ex-Gov. Neal S. , of Nashville, at Albuquerque, New o, yesterday. He had been in the em the Adams Express Company five and was the man who drove the mail s out of his car at Kearney, Kansas, in r y t 1S7S. Other daring exploits have his courage, ou account of which the «y highly valued his services, ]Äjia, Mardi 29.—It is impossible as procure more than meagre facts about, edition of towns in the Platte valley were inundated, owing to the fact that »graph lines are only partially rebuilt, lives are all that are known to have st, but it is believed a number more ed. The loss of stock arid property i up into the hundreds of ^thousands, needed now to run ttie Union Pacific "through by Friday. T PlBitllK, March 29.—The steam fer t, Jim Leightou, is landed on eight feet BOO feet from the river bank. The island, which was heavily timbered, vept clean as though mown, and is cov ntli 7 to 15 feet of iee. hue, Dakota, March 29.—The loss by nod here is $5,000 only. At Fort one the opposite side of llie river, only three habitable houses are left. The fully $50,000. No loss of life at either It is thought the officers and ciew of amer "Far West," frozen in 20 miles Pierre, are lost. York, March 30.—The H'or/d'x ington correspondent says : Conkling nobbing with the democratic senators Robertson's rejection. Editorially arid reviews the question in all its including liobertson's well known ly,ability and fitness, and hopes Conk ill not succeed. * York, Mardi 30,—The I Jural i Vu Lon ial says it lias transplant t liai the lliug together of the British eabi rday afternoon was caused by the of alarming intelligence from Ireland, orster announced that intelligence from was °* t * le 11103t disquieting character igh the attitude of the people appeared tranquil on the surface. Mr. Forster that according to information in pos bof the Irish government Lite tranquil the people had increased the business authorities wh regard it as the lull tlie storm. «nation In possession of Dublin caslte rities caused it to lie believed that urrectionary outbreak might lie ex ' at any moment. land league meeting held to-day the iptious received during the week was need as amounting to i'2,399. All but being from America. Dillon staled ii organization is spreading rapidly and •re now a rnbrr of strikes t the payment of rent than at any us time. • ago, Mardi 30.—A cold wind and were I lie rather monstrous features of lorning. But as the day progressed the "erased and the air became keen. About 3 fell causing renewed trouble on street icks. The snow appeared to have been more severe outside tlm city. wTork, March 30.—There lias been winds, heavy rains, and the tide the it uf the year, and the New Jersey low are flooded. The storm was very heavy the coast. Lons, March 30.--Gen. Grant and arrived here between 12 and 1 o'clock oraing en route to Mexico. The par k quarters for tin* night at the Lindell anti left this morning by the Iron Moim ailroad. The general slated to a re iust liefere the train started that his Mexico is in the interest of the Mexi ®thern railroad, ot which he is presi and partly for recreation and rest. He not talk "about politics. The party a absent about two months, Minis, O., Mardi 30.—The snow is a wp and lieavilv drifted. Travel is sus ADEi.phia, March 30.—A private ge (Vom Los Vegas, New Mexico, says : h Carrie, the murderer of Porter, the »'as siiot and killed at that place Mardi Carrie, it appears, was on a drunken and threatened to kill several people. g the persons threatened was the bar of a saloon, who shot him in seli-de A party of railroad hands, friends of d man, attempted to lynch the bar bul the sheriff succeeded in getting Jail. A coroner's inquest was held, jury at once returned a verdict of "« i" self-defense. (tlNOToN,March 30- Chandler incurred 's displeasure by writing u letter at «■ginning of Hayes' administration, I? a bitter attack on McVeigh and other statesmen. Conkling is doing a!i to foment the discord about Garfield, alwarts are striving togain absolute eoti the president, and if they succeed cannot remain in the eabiuet. Lstiuguislied senator, a friend o. tlie hit, has urged him to withdraw li b 's nomination. luly the politicians are charging against id validation timidity and broken tt times characteristic of Hayes, rox, March 30.—Tlie house, yesterday !d ! by a vote of 122 to 70 , a bill to give j|, a | 8U (i ia p e t 0 women. vgr.AND, March 30__A furious snow is prevailing. It set in yesterday. Tlie i badiy drifted. 'UI.MJTDN, March 31.—Tlie democratic teed here to secure tlie American peo n of a free ballot and an honest count ! i I i j ! i ! ; : I , Î i 1 ! ! I ! ! i ! \ : j I and demanded to know if there was a differ ence between wliat he called a vote and what Maxey called a vote. He counted nothing a vote that had not a free ballot behind it. lbousandsofsucli ballots as beheld in his hand, about two inches square, have been found in ballot boxes, witli nothing behind them but villainous hands that put them there. It was because attempts have been made to substitute these for freemen's votes m ballot boxes in some states and to put blunderbusses in tlie place of freemen's flags in other states; that he had done what he could to stand by what he supposed every freeman iu the land understood to be the meaning of a ballot. It was when it was undertaken to make a freeman with pieces of paper to compell him to wade througn blood to the ballot boxes aud when lie was found as silent on election day as those who lay in bloody graves they filled in '70, that he (Dawes) felt called upon to re mind senators there was a difference between a piece of paper and a vote of a freeman that executed the will of God iu executing tlie will of a freeman. Maxey inquired how it was these ballots which executed tlie will of God liad been suf ficient to elect Hayes and sufficient to reject Packard, though Packard had received more of them. It was difficult for any one when lie attempted to uphold such high crimes as the disfranchisement of two states to he con sistent. Dawes agreed that Packard had been elect ed, but the Louisiana Lottery Company had such hard work in establishing Nichols' gov ernment. A discussion arose between Kellogg and Jones res|>ecliiig the debt of Louisiana, and most of the senators retired. New York, March 31.—Tlie T/'nteme, Paris, publishes this morning a telegram from St. Petersburg stating that a viol' nt inarrel has broken out in the Imperial family in con sequence of winch the Grand Duke Constan tine, who is strongly suspected of Nihilism, is about toresigu tlm office of Grand Admi ral and Minister of Marine immediately after the departure of the foreign princes from St. Petersburg. Measures of extreme severity are to be taken against theNibillsts. New York, March 31.—The ]'o*t says it is agreed that money will be easy the next five months. Important questions on which the price of «recks binge are ; First, the ex tent to which refunding will increase the de mand for railroad investments, and ttiis will depend a good deal on the treasury pro gramme, and, second, the crops. There is little doubt tlie winter wheat lias been great ly injured by the severe winter, but this may be made up by an increase in acreage of spring wheat. New York, March 31. — The Ktenxny comments on tlie situation in the senate under the guidance of Conkling, says tne repub lican members of the United States senateare daily impairing their standing before tlie country by keeping step with i(adjuster Ma hone of Virginia. Tlie camp followers of Gorham and Uuldleberger are watching the columns of those forward with interested at tention which characterized the class of pat riots to which they belong. Gorham and Hiddleberger are doubless great men, Gor ham we know to he. an unprincipled political scoundrel. But the question is, whether it is worth while for the republican party to lose its character on their account. New York, March 31 __Governor Cham berlain, in tiie Whittaker case, called llenry I). Hyde, a lawyer of Boston, who testified that in 1807, in the heavy whisky fiaud case, the alleged writing expert, Soutliworth, had testified tu the identity of certain writing, de claring lie would hang a man on tlie evidence but subsequently admitted he was wrong in every instance. Soutliworth was, in reality, no expert. Philadku'iiia, March 31. —Two hundred thousand dollars were realized from tlie sale Jay Cook's estate. New York, March 31.—The rails and equipments have been purchased for tlie Nevada and Oregon railroad from Item), Ne vada, to Beekworth's pass. Contractor Moore and Gov. Woods start, west to-night to complete the work. Osgood and Co. announce a new book by Mark Twain, called the "Hand Book of Etiquette ; also a cyclopedia uf humor. Chicago, March 31.—The doximaVs Washington sjieeial says : A lawyer repre senting the sugar importers has written a let ter from'lie treasury department, in which lie says secretary Windoin bids fair to be only a continuation of secretary Sherman, and that sugar men, to get justice, must resort to tlie courts and let tlie department alone. Washington, Mardi 31. —No signs of a break-up in tlie senate. The session, how ever, will continue until a conclusion is reached. Washington, March 31.—It is generally admitted that Buber!son will be confirmed. Senator Jones to-day defended Florida against the accusation uf repudiation and showed the state liai! not repudiated. New York, March 31.—Tlie coroner was kept busy all this morning examining a letter found in tlie room of a young woman who registered herself at. the St. James Hotel on Saturday as Mrs. J. M. Johnson, and was found dead in her room last evening. The coroner says that thus lar he lias not found anything to show why the woman killed lier ! sell, but has obtained tlie name of a woman i who kuew the deceased in San Francisco I He lias written to the person, and will not i give out any information regarding the ease j until lie receives an answer. It was asserted that the woman's real name is .Miss Kate A. ! Maiiillieim, and that she is about 20 years of i age. She came to this city between two and ! three months ago, and stopped at different ; first-class hotels up tow n. One of the letters : showed that she had made a previous attempt I to take lier life by turning on tlie gas in lier room and going to lied, but it does not name the place in which it occurred. From two pictures of herself found in her valise, they show her to he rather pretty and apparently refined. Washington, March 30.—Floral tributes were observed on tlie desks of Kellogg and llill. Hill's w as from the ladies of Alexandria,with notes saying it was a feeble testimonial of their admiration for the brilliant manner in , which he had recently exposed the corrupt Î bargain made by Malione with the republican party. He had anchored himself in tlie hearts of the Virginians everywhere by his timeiv and eloquent speeeli iu defense of the i honored traditions, and tlie maintenance of 1 the former illustrious history of Virginia, ! when lie sheathed the sword of lier own sen ator, which h id been treacherously pointed to pierce lie; fair form. A resolution was adopted to pay the funeral expenses of »Senator Carpenter. The senate by a vote of 25 to 25 refused to go into executive session. Harris said it was evident that the republi cans did not intend to transact the business which the senate has beet) called to transact. ! He moved to adjourn to-day until Dei ember, I which wasrejecied by a vote of 28 to 23. ! Pendleton, recalling the president's inau gural statement, tba. lie would ask congress to fix the tenure of minor officers in order that the senate might no longer present the ! spectacle of wrangling over poor officeis, i moved an executive session. ! Montreal. March 30.—The passenger ami freight depot of tlie Occidental railway was \ burned this morning. A quantity ot gun : powder stored in the latter exploded, blow j iug tlie building to atoms. One man killed. I Loss $30,000. is of is in to of to a is of of in of to to Chicago, April 1.—A Washington special says ; The health of Thomas N. Nicliol, lately nominated commissioner of Indian af fairs, is such that upon tlie advice of iriends he will ask tlie president to withdraw his name. He has been acting commissioner for the last three months, and the enormous la bor required has proved too much for his physical strength. New York, April 1.— M. de Chamay, of tlie French Loriliard expedition, in Mexico, is here en route to France, and says he would not take $30,000 for tlie photographs aud pa per impressions of the inscriptions and base reliefs secured, and which are now on the way to Paris. He is confident that when he has completed his researches the history and origin of the early civilization of Mexico will cease to be as it is at present—a sealed book. St. Louis, April 1.—Advices from Duran go, N. M., state that Jack Roberts, one of the band of noted desperadoes who have been a long time a terror in southern Colorado was captured a few days ago by Thomas Nance and John Benning. While they were t »king him to Farmington they were overtaken by a band of regulators wlio paid them the reward that had been offered for Roberts and took that worthy and strung him up to tree. The particular act for which be was hanged was for the killing of John G. Reatere at Durango two weeks ago. London, April 1.—The first attack on the government's policy in Transvaal was made by Lord Cairns, conservative, in the house of lords to-night. He alluded o an announce ment in the queen's speech at the openipgof parliament that the authority of the crown would be promplty vindicated in Transvaal and asked whether the authority of the crown tiad been vindicated at all. He entertained grave doubts that in thus surrendering the territorial prerogative the crown had not been stained. He emphatically protested against handing a hundred thousand British subjects back to as bad a system of slavery as ever existed in the world. He argued we had no security that the Boers would accept the decision of the royal commission and asked how wc were to enforce them if the Boers did not accept them when onr reinforcements quitted the country, as lie said, by the terras of peace ammunition is not to be supplied to the government in Transvaal. They would be merely hostages in tbe hands of the Boers. Lord G'airnes concluded by a general denun ciation of the tenus of peace in peculiarly striking eloquence, which elicited an outburst of applause. Lord Kimbeily, colonial secretary, replied that there could be no doubt if (be war bad continued the greater part of South Africa would be involved iu it. Chicago, April J. —Tlie jury in t lie suit of Alice A. Early, of Rockford, against Willbur F. Storey, of the Chicago Tuncx, for willful defamation of character, the jury on a final hearing, gave a verdict of $509 against the defendant, which is vtitually a victory for the defendant. On one trial the plaintiff' was given $25,009, and Storey once offered $0,009 as a compromise. The suit was for $50,900. Fergus Falls, Minn., April 1.—A grave accident occurred/»» the St.Paul,Minneapolis and Manitoba railroad. A passenger train going north yesterday ran into a freight train six miles north of Rohers. The caboose took fire and one man was burned to death and a number wounded. Tlie railroad company refused to let parlies go over their road. Physicians have been dispatched and it u be lieved that several of the injured are in a pre carious condition. Washington, April 1.—The president de cided to appoint Capt. Henry, of Ohio, U. S. marshal ofthe District of Columbia, in tlie place of Fred. Douglas. The latter will be appointed to some other equally as good place. Tlie present status of the contest between Conkling and tlie administration is that a number of democratic senators are divided as to tlie liest policy to pursue. Before tlie time for action arrives, the democrats will hold a caucus on the subject, and unless it shall appear plainly that party policy dictates a solid vote one way or the other, each sena tor will lie left to vote as he chooses. Conk ling will in all probability get Li democratic senators who held that to defeat Robertson is to open tlie way along the line between the administration, prompted by Blaine, and the Grant stalwarts. It is evident that Conk lmg lias more strength to back him in tlie senate chamber than is supposed. The rumor prevails this afternoon of a Con ference between Conkling and Pendleton looking to an early executive session. Dawes moved to adjourn till Monday, to which the democrats objected. Hoar replied somewhat savagely to Lamar's remarks, particularly to those in which started from tlie former speeches of Hoar. Lamar was too much exhausted to reply, and said he would take an early occasion to do so. Dawes now lias the floor also replying to Lamar. Dawes said there was a time when Lamar had tlie ear of the people of Massachu setts, but that time lias parsed. He contin ued, that when Lamar entered congress Massachusetts welcomed him, because he proies ;d to abjure wliat he had done during the war. Chicago, April 1.— A Washington special says that a leading democratic senator says tlie democrats cannot afford to vote for Robert son's confirmation with both of the New Y'ork senators against it and that in no in stance has any confirmation ever been made, when both senat ors from a state where I he appointment is to he made have said to the senate that the nominee is personally objec tionable to them. This senator believes that nearly all the democrats will be found voting with Conkling The friends of Win. E. Chandler assert positively that he does not intend to ask the president to withdraw his nomination. If done it will be the president's own act. Chandler's friends in tlie senate feel confident of his confirmation when a vote is reached. The National JlcpuUican is criticising Garfield's action regarding Robertson's nom a a of as to of on a de S. be a tlie it is the the tlie to to to he in he the the If act. ination very severely and its articles excite comment. Many senators do not conceal their appre hensions of a break in the party over the New York nominations. Washington, April 1.—The resolution for the election of senate officers was laid before tlie senate as unfinished business. A motion to go info executive session was made by Pendleton, yeas, 22 ; nays, 20. Lamar said tlie present condition of the senate and the republicans' demands were unprecedented, He said if Hoaf's charges that the democratic side was treasonable were true it was a terrible responsibility on the democrats. Rut he denied there was any factious opposition. The minority were pro tecting themselves from oppression and from a disregard of a precedent. He wondered what, the great object ofthe republicans could be. He defied them to anucunce it. Dawes hoped Lamar would impress on his side tlie necessity of considering the present resolution. Lamar asked, was the removal of tlie offi cers of tlie senate as important as filling the Vacancies on the supreme bench, which was not setting now on account of that vacancy. New York, April 1—Secretary Windoin conferred to-day with prominent bankers on monetary questions. Columbus, O., April 1.—Jacob Michael, aged 72, suicided. Domestic incapability and old age tlie causes. Tyrone, l'a., April 1.—The explosion of a locomotive this morning shattered everything in tlie vicinity of the Ward house and Ray's tannery was badly damaged. Twenty per sons more or less injured. None fatally. Nashville, April 1.—The senate, by a vote of 8 to 12 rejected the lire .sc hill to set tle the debt at par and 3 per cent, bonds. Washington, April 1.—Pension agent Brown, of Cincinnati, who lost a leg during the war, will be appointed commissioner of pensions. Chicago, April 1.— A Washington special says the i'le commission lias been in consul tation several days and has come to an agree ment as to the plan or work. Tbe members will leave for Colorado in a few days under instructions from Secretary Kirkwood to the effect that while the utmost liberality must be used in construing tlie law so as to provide the Indians with good agricultural land the terms of tlie treaty must be carried out. Omah a, March 31__A party of cow-boys creating a disturbance a* O'Neill City, Holt county, Tuesday, were partially disarmed by the sheriff, and went away, but soon re turned, when a eow-boy named Harry Dean shot, sheriff Barnard Kearns in the heart, and the deputy sheriff also was wounded. Toledo, O., Mardi 31.—Those injured by tlie accident on tlie Wabash road at Caiton Station last night, number seven persons. They were mostly in tlie smoking car. A defective switch caused tbe collision of the Atlantic express with a freight train, j Chicago, March 31.—A local paper reports j that the Lake Shore <& Michigan Southern j railroad having earned nothing during tlie ; last quarter, but wishing to keep tlie stork up will declare a dividend of two per cent, to 1 be taken out of tlie surplus fund, j Washington, March 31.— Attorney-Gen | oral McVeagh, Secretary Windoin and Assis ! tant-Secretary Upton this morning went to j New York to couler on finances, i London, Mardi 31.— Beaconsfield is no j worse. SAYINGS Ol' GEOItUi; ELIOT No man can be wise on an empty stomach. —Adam Bede. Nothing is so good as it seems beforehand. —Silas Mainer. I Trouble's easy borne when everything ! gives it a lift for you.—Felix Holt. I As for age, wliat that's worth depends on the quality of the liquor.—Adam Bed", j Genius at first is little more than a gieat ca pacity for receiving discipline.—Daniel De londu. Blows are sarcasm turned stupid ; wit is a form of force that leaves the limbs at, rest.— Nelix Holt. There is iio sorrow greater than to love what is great, and try to reach it and yet to : fail.—Miildlemareli. There's a sort of human paste, that when it ' conies near tlie lire of enthusiasm, is only baked in harder shape.—Daniel Deronda. No story is the same to ns after tlie lapse of : time; or rather, we who read it are not tlie same interpreters.—Adam Bede, Every man's work, pursued steadily, tends to become an end in itself, and so to bridge 1 over the loveless charm of his life.—Silas Marnei'. It's easy finding reasons why other people should he patient.—Adam Bede. ignorance is not so damnable as humbug, 1 ) 11 ! w hen it prescribes pills it may happen to ; no more harm.—Felix Holt. it seems as if them as ai n't wanted hero are the only folks as ai n't wanted i' tlie oth er world.—Adam Bede. it's allays the way \vi' them meek faced people ; you may as w ell pelt a hag of feath ers as to talk to them.—Adam Bede. Colleges mostly makes people like blad I ders, just good for nothing bill to hold the ] stuff as is poured inno them.—Adam Bede. It's an uncommon fine tiling when you can j let a man know just what you think of him t without paying for it.—Tlie Mill on tlie I Floss. ! Life is so complicated a game tiiat tlie de . vices of skill are liable to be defeated at every 1 turn by ail-blown chances, incalculable as j tlie descent of thistle down.—ffomola. j It is very difficult to be learned : it seems as if people were worn out on the way to ' gréai thoughts, aud can never enjoy them bc | cause they are too tired.—Middieinarcii. Worldly faces never look so worldly as at a funeral. Thqy have I lie same effect of grat ing incongruity as the sound of a course voice ' breaking the solemn stillness of night.—ia : net's Repentance. ! Atter all the talk of scholars there are but ; two forms of government; one where men ; show their teetli at each other, and one where men show their tongues and lick the feet of the strongest, liomola. When tlie commonplace "we must all die" transforms itself suddenly into accute con i seiousness, "1 must die"—ami soon, then death grapples us, and liis (insets are cruel ; î afterwards lie may come to fold us in his j arms, as our mother did, and our last mo I ment of dim earthly discerning may be like 1 the first.—Middleware!). a a of be by re by A tlie to to no on ca a to it of tlie to de as to bc a of ; his #30.000. #30,000. Grand Gift Enterprise ! Splendid Opportunity to Secure Real Estate. AT LION CITY, BEAVEBHEADICOUNTY. M. T. 2,000 TICKETS - - AT $10 EACH. $18,500 In Real Estate. $1,500 in Cas h. Drawing: to take Place at Butte oA tî?" 12th DAT OP MAY, A. D. 1881. LIST OF PRIZES. Grand Prize— -Real Estate .... Sixth Prize—Real Estate. Second Prize do do .... Seventh Prize Third Prize do do .... .... 3,000 00 Eighth Prize do do Fourth Prize do do .... 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