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Sfaole Kma3 his Society VOL. v: NO. 45. WICHITA, KANSAS, SATCPtDAY MOB2TNTG, JANUARY 8. 1887. WHOLE 1STO. S27. ,tw,.-;r. av t..v--j7rr, wicpta I I l ii isi sMi ipt "f ftk S X5js35XbC A& is 123 and 125 in in a t A U V xJAUAni Our Immense Stock Oi Q.PTlll OclUl ill Come "W WlfLlil $g$ & -" - 'Ajw um IWbh i4 M 6iM x i 1 4 Jl JhI Mf? fi r r? r 1 y 1 i-i Si I i s IliiCtiLiUi U Corner Douglas ay. and Market St. "n rui - m otx 1 j- "J j 1 ' n i c One lot 42 pair White Blankets for $5 a pair, fully worth $ro. These are the largest size made and an extra quality. - One-lot 84 pair all-wool 11-4 Scarlet Blankets which we will close out at $3.30 a pair. Never sold before under $6 00. - One lot 10 pieces fast color Turkey Red Table Linen 25c a yard. It cannot be du plicated at 50c. One lot 33 dozen All Wool Red Mittens A. KATZ. S. W Corner Douglas Ave. and Market St. H Main Street. VTTn I 5 5 v LJU 1 1 U11UO. Bai ev - -L L tf s& ' a ASr ftJflKSF' t 1 ESS !,'? 6 7 r . r r mia I i 3.. 8 &- 11141 kJ UU1 ; O - 5 O 11 n yi s v j-j. I f kJ o r lap a fc J.'-S7 6. I ML "W eelc of full 12- ill wool Ladies and Childrens at 10c a pair, OLD 11 COME AGAIN. TI18 Wheelliorses Taking Their Places for a Long, Strong Pull in the Traces, and They Don't to Stop Till They're at the Tod Mean up With Their Groomsmen all Smiles and Bright Faces . Tra la Lonj: List of Charters Filed With the Secretary of State A dum ber Notaries Public. Statistical Statement of Salaries I'aid to Employes of the Santa Fe Railroad Co. A Festive Season. TOPEKA TOPICS. Political Potpouri Gathering of the Clansmen The Vacant Chairs. I Dispatch to the Dally Ease. OLD TIMES COME AGAIX. Topxka, Jan. 7. The political pot be gins to boil; there are now about sixty memlwrs here, and a great muiiy old polit ical wai horses. It brains to look a little like the old times. The poudcrous form of Legate is not seen in the lobb'; the sono rous and elegant Ilallock is not heard; the factious ami pious Gov. Green is absent, but many of the old boys are here. Ben Simpson is the same "Warwick of the ad miKi'st ration that he has been, and the same cautious, skillful and dexterious leader that lie was in the , palmy, but perilous days of Pomeroy. ilallowell the chival rous, courteous and kindly prince Hal is here booming UatSeld for all there is in it. The chief manager of tho Ilatlield boom is your own steady, cool-headed and deter mined Col. Dick "Walker. He said to me this evening: "We have made a Sabbath day's journey in the good work; Ave have made handsome inroads into the ranks of friends, our enemy. It has been a good work; we shall keep pounding away and we count on victory a? certain: we are fmhling for that purpose and none other. IIackiieT will be here tonight. If any stray or straggling spirit of the southwest has been lost Hackney will find him aud rake the lost sheep into the fold. 1'ev. Kelly will be here tonight and make up for the loss of Brother Green. Burton, the eloquent oung orator of the west, comes down Avith the dash and force which 'places him in the front ranks as a speaker aud rarliamcntaiian, and is using all his pov.-ers for Hatfield. The pegs had been set up from aAvay back for Smith, but the preterit orgairzation. stratagetic com bination sind brilliancy of movement are foi Hatfield. Finlcy, formerly of Fort Scott, aud a noted southeastern politician, is here push ing the claims of Gillette for speaker. Walker of Wellington, is making a fine canvass fer chiVf clerk. He goes at his work quietly, methodically, but Avith the skill of a veteran, lie received his politi cal tutelage from Moiton, of Indiunn. and from intimate political association tvitli Senator Ben Harrison and John C. 2cav, he ought to be a good iJoliticiau; h& schooling lins not been deueient. TUB CAUCO KOK SI'SAITER will probably meet next Tue-Jay morning, as Monday night will b- t..ken up Avith the ball and reception. Tnere is a good deal of feeling against a caucus; many of the members coming in have declared against it, though the general opinion is a caucus, will be held. The members who have ar lived are mostly from the Avest, northwest and feonthvrest; there are few arrivals from the eastern counties. Leavenworth, Law rence and Fort Scott are Avithout repre sentation except b the lawyers here on uusmess. ivHientiy the west is going to run the state in the future. rhere are no jKirticular developments about the state printer question. W. H. Caldwell, of Beleit. arrived lasl night. He sas he supposed he was a candidate for state printer when he left home, but upon arrival finds, tliat he is HUIXD OCT OF THE KIXC lie is rather disposed to kick ami make a plunge for the troubled waters. 3Iem- bcrs are considering the mmored proposi tion to make Baker state printer and turn over the CommonAvealth to the Democracy for their stale organ. It is counted strange that the Hon. Jacob Stoller is not on the around. The real work in this line, how ever, Avill not commence until the speaker ship is settled and the house isorganized, and then the fur iH fiy. rtAIMVAT STATISTICS Compilations just completed by the rail way companies show that the Santa Fe employs five division Superintendents to whom it pars an averacc I salary of $260.04 per month. In the otSces of the Santa Fe sixtv-one clerics are em-' nlnvv Trln nsti-f iti uroniira cl.,. ..r Ctl "."; Tvr mrmtli Ptnrnn nir.Unnl -.,J I w.-.v i'w ...wu.... ...a. u.t.uauiv? Aizu i - fliviniii TTi..f.finif-i ?.T-o TrwnT-.rfi .-.. inf.nn nvpr??"- cjjlnrv nf ."si:il ."W Tt,nt road emplovea 194 conductors Avho receive I an average monthly salary of .$Si.54. Two hundred and forty four engineers are em- ployed at $3.81 per day. Yhree hundred ' and nftA'-four brakemen rs?ivn si per; aay. t wo iiunumi and Iavo tlairmen and switchmen Avho receive S'J.ll "per dav ' One hundred and thirty-nine station agents ! n amounts to more than the salanr. The Santa Fe emploj-a more men than any road in the state, but the Union Paci fic pays better salaries. ox DIT. It is snowing hard tonight from the j Avno receive aa aA-erage monthly sakrvof iI"'onanes tor tosses during the recent . bank protection or revetraeat shall Le exe-! $50.74. To this salary of agents must" be ( ? Ching King. The settlement wes ef- cnted anywhere ra the MLsasippi riveroolfi 1 auuea me commissions winch f reoaentlv ! tr-4CSI mrougn me euorts 01 limiter . alter it shall Le found that the eontedn north, with prospers of fine sleighjng to morrow. T. Dwight Thatcher has thirty-three printers employed in the state house print ing establishment, exclusive of bookbinders, bookkeeper, etc. This is the largest force ever employed in the state printing house at one time. United States Marshal Jones is asked by the government to pay about $4,000 of Chief Clerk Pusey's stealings and the mar shal is over at Leavenworth to see about the matter. Attorney General Bradford is quite elated over the fact that the supreme court 23 appointed J ames li. Hunter, of Leav enworth, to take testimony in the Leaven worth injunction cases. Mr. Hunter has been given from January 15th to 2-lth. The case av5U come up at the next sitting of the supreme com. The following articles of incorporation AA-ere filed today in the office of the secre tary of state: The Call Publishing Co., of "Wichita, Kansas, capital stock 3,000. The Burrton Land and ToAvn Co., of Harvey countv, Kansas, capital stock $30, COO. The Northwestern Town Co., of Topeka, Kausas; directors, E. L. Parris. J. A.Ban dall, John C. Johnson and W. D. Tourtel ette, of Xewton, and D. P. Jones, of. Ft. Scott; capital stock $100,000. The Oak City Town Co., of "Wichita, Kansas; capital stock $30,000. The Beloit Investment Co.; capital stock $50,000, The Lincoln Board of Trade; capital stock SLCOO. The Lvons Investment Co., of Bice countA', Kansas; capital itock $21,000. The Chikaskia Iliver Mining Co., of Downs, Kansas capital stock $2U.00O. 1 lie followimr notones Avere appointed today: Elisha F. Marks, Garrison, Potta wsttomie county; J. "W. Page, Alter, De catur county; "Win. Jessop, Scheneimm, Hush county; J. "W. Taylor, Smith Center, Smith county; Chas. D. Ilickop, Santa Fe, Finney count'; J. "W. Bansorne, Wichita, Sedgwick county; C. S. Hazeltine, Cora, Smith county, and Lester S. Wilson, To peka, ShaAvnee county. Kicking Bird. In the Procession. Special Dispatch to tie Dally Ka;!e. Bmji'f Citv, Kan.. Jan. 7. The Bluff City diAisioa of the St. Louis & San Fran cisco lailroad is completed. Care arc now standing at the foot of Maiti street. The headlight, city jubilant. (Goobers). Supreme Court Decisions. Torr.KA, Kan., Jan. 7. The folloAving opinions Avere rendered by the supreme court January 7. 18d7: 25T iioirrox, c. j. James S. "Warden a-s "W. II. Sabine ctal, error fiom Marshall county. Atlirmed. The Missouri Valley Life Insurance Co. a-s Jeph McCrum, error from Doniphan county. He"ersed. TV, Petham el al vs B T Smith et al, commissioners of Finney count-, original proceedings in mandamus Judgment for the plaintiff. TheC, K. & V. II. II. Co. vs B. F. Putmau et al, commissioners of Stafford count'. Judgment for the plaintiff. KY VALLXTIXC, J. Mary A. Bush, administratrix, A's the M. P. H. R. Co., error from Burborn county. Affirmed. Mo.cs B. SuaA'ely vz The Abbott Buggy Co., eiror from Arrson county Dls micd. , Moses B. Snavely v Geo. Koglcr ZIanu facturing Co., error from Anderson coun ty. Dismissed. Moses B. Snavely vs Kingman & Co., error from Anderson countv. Dismissed. Geo. Y. Wallace et al.. vs W. C. Ma haferet al., error from Anderson county. A&rmed. iiy .ion xrro:;, .7. W. L. Sanders 's Jacob R. Yources, er ror from Marshall county. Affirmed. Robinson. Wahon it Co. a's Sam T. Kindlev, error from Osborne countv. -Affirmed." r Reiin Clark vs Sacob R. Toorees, error trom jUarshall countv. Affirmed. The P. M. Tel. C.'et al a-s the C. & A. Bridge Co., error from Atchison county. Affirmed. The C. & A, Bridge Co. a-s the P. M. Tel. Co. et al, error from Atchison county. ReA-erscd. s J'EK CHJRIAW. W. Harris a-s Hannah "W. Chanmau, numbers 4112 and 41415, two cases. Dis missed. School District Xo. (J3,7abauascc coun ty, a-s. the Chicago Lumber Co. Dis missed. Artrufyiiii Commenced. "Wyaxootte, Kan., Jan. 7. The argu ment Avas comuieuced liiL4 afternoon in the trial of Geo. Hamihon, the alleged train wrecker, and ivill conclude tomorrow. The judge's clwrge to the jury was de livered today. The court held tbat iucor roborated evidence of an accomplice should be regarded suspiciously. The case summed up really amounls'to a question of vcradiy between Avitnesses of the opposite sides. Cremated Alive. Paoi.i, Kan., Jan. 7. Mrs. Boss Good year, aged S3 yenrs, Avho resided Avith Iter son in Yaliey towtiihjp, this county, was cremated alive at Iter home last evening arout 4 o'clock. She aass left alone in the afternoon aud upon her son's return he found his motlnrr as well as his home in ashes. Cause of fire-nuknown. Slick Scamps. Xeavtox. Kan., Jan. 7.A man avIio gr.vc his Dime as Tho. AHeu. vesterday presentetl a draft forJ,000 at The Com mercial bank for collection. The dratt was drawn by Zachery & Co.. of Prairieville, I., on the Union" National bank of Chi-' aige. HaAicj: hk susoicionsr aronsei bvl fthel&oks of the draft. 3fr. Hoasr. the lianker here, telecranhed the drawers ast. I mg me amewnt o: tlie drntt, and in a few hours received the reply that it war, draAn for four dollars. In the meantime Allen. ? .. . . i j having previously taken a deposit slip for i the draft, liad disanneared. Today Mr. Hor Ava? drawn on br Allen through a Mcpherson bank for the amount ofthe! uruii' SG "nmoiaiciy wiren tae uanK oin- tens at mat piHce to cause Alien s arrest. -A EAV li O'swiCK, 2s. J.. Jan. 7. Henrr J orn:, Jr. manager of the Teitde r itung j rt"Cnn: Co., h disappeared S70.00U sao,rt - He Ior c-d his fathers came na ralsctl raon , . , Missionaries Indemnified. a:v r it-vxciaco, Jan. 7. iionc ivong ( " l ecuioer 14, anl i oEoiiama to , JcaJber 22: Tung Li Yannin of China, 1 agreed to pay 25,000 to the Amtrican ! I Denbv. Billiard Tonrnament. vr Tr-r r, r- r .u T--11- j. ,S-V?'J u LIn thPe,.n,ard :?ar- names! tom-ht Gallagher of Chicago beat -lx cmim oi ci. xx)ut. ana jaauiews ot Chicago beat Shsw ef Xew York! S i i ii The Senate Besieged, -with Peti tions and Remonstrances For and Against The Inter-State Commerce BiU- The Discussion of the 3iH Postponed. Indemnity Granted to States for Expenses Incurred During the War. The House Committee on KiA'cr and Harbors Make a Pcav Changes in the Original Uill. A Senate Committee in aCroAvnStady Over the Public Printing 3Iexican Heeiprocit y. FOItTYOfITH CONGRESS. Senate. "WAsnixGTOjr, Jan. 7. Several petitions were presented in faA-or of the experiment al agricultural bill; also a remonstrance, signed by many business men of Dayton, Ohio, against, and petitions from thebusi ues men's club of Kenosho, Wisconsin, aim irom me n lsconsin state Urauge m favnrof the interstate commerce bill. The senate then proceeded to business on the calendar and passed the following bills: To settle and adjust the claims of any state for expenses incurred by it in defence of the United States. For the relief of John McXaughton of Ohio, an ex-lieutenant in the volunteer ser-A-ice. Tliii bill Avas discussed al consider oble length, as it iuvolved the principle of paying the compensation of a higher grade Avhile the claimant held and drew the pay of a lower grade. A bill appropriating $30,000 for the Avidow and daughter ot Erskiue S. Allen, formerly United States master armorer at Springfield armory and the inventor of the Springfield breccii loadir.sr musket, in com pensation fr the lue of the invention by the government. Mr. Culldm then stated that Avhiic he would like to haA-e the discussion of the inter state commerce bill continued today he Avas informed by four senators, avIjo de sired to speak on it, that they were not prepared to go on today; he therefore pro posed that the senate avi ul I go to other business. He wished it un Iertood, how over, that immediately a te the morning business on Monday he aaouM ask the sen ate to oroceed Avith . the inter-state com merce bill, and Avould on Wednesday ask the senate to remain in session until the bill was disposed of. Mr. Manderson, from the committee on military affairs, reported back the house bill providing for a school of instruction for cavalry and light aitillery at Ft. Riley, Kan., and for the completion and construc tion of quarters for the army at certain posU. The bill was amended by appro printing ;?30,000 for Ft. D. A. Russel and $35,000 for Ft. Robinson, Icb., and was passed. After an executive session the senate ad journed until Monday. House. On motion of Mr. Perkins of Kansas, the penate bill avhs passed amending the act providing for the sale of the Sac aud Fox aud Iowa Indian reservations in Ne braska and Kansas. The amendment pro videc for tlic allotment r ",aius jn several ty to minors .-.; orphans. i?ir. Hatch of MLwuri. made nn uan:c- eeasful effort to haAc private buine dis pensed witli for the day f r the purpose of enabling the house to resume constfleration of the bill for the creation of a department of agriculture and labor, but the house went into rouimuteeof the whole. Mr. Mc- Milzcu of Tennessee, in tle chair, on the pnvate calendar. The house soon arose ami half n dozen nrtvt lutlia -rrv tqc:aI Ivtr tk lvs,tM. 7 IIT which then took recess until 7:30. thec-v.pr,,H,ff T6 b 'f- mooa evcnias1 session m nt; lor it cniKMinratirin of pension bill At the evening session the house passed farty-tight pension hill, including one sranting 350 a month of to Utc wkiow of Gen. Durbin Ward, and adjourned. CAPITAL BUlJfiHT. OKrrCtAI. rUCFEKJIETTT. "Waskiotos, D. C, I'-c. Jan. 7. The secreinn- Jt the treasury has appointed Herbert M. Boechtr to be special agent of the treasury. He is the son of iter Henry Ward Beecher, and was formerly collector cf customs at Port Towmnl, W. T. The president seat tl foiloing nomin atioa to the senate today . Posi masters: At Bmoick, Mo., Ed Avard BoAvman; Windaor, Mo., Sallie Shel ton; Kiowa, Kan.. John Ponn, Hmchin son, Kan., John F. BUckbiirn. coy nut MATIOS. " Postmasters Richard T. Gilt, Atlanta, Ga. ; A. F. Lewis of Pennsylvania, deputy &tih simitar of tlie treasury department, O. G. Searle, receiver of public monks a; Saiinn, Kan ; t. M. Palmer, regiet- of the. land office, Salina, Kaa . aad a looe list of army promotions. The comniis;ioos of 155 prendential poatmxslers will expire during the months of February ami March next; of these 115 T.ill cxre in February aad 40 in March. Then. lits coinple the expiraUoin until the ahttnbiinjr of the fiftieth congress. KtVSas .VXD HARBORS. Hore cobs tnittee on rivers and harbors took up the river and harbor appropriation hill, sad made a few chaoses in the origi nal draft. The Mbsonri nver commission is authorized to expend Su.OuO of the ap propriation of S250.000 in the improve ment of the Missouri river in front of St. Joseph if regarded as necessary, and Ike appropriation for the Missouri river from S-iour City to Ft. Benton is increased from $35,000 io $O0,CK. Tlie river and harbor bfli lias been po amended by the hoee cotneriue! a to di rectthe expendsUxre of $50,000 of the ap propriation for the inipropreraetjt of the lower Mississippi river at New Orleans harbor. The secretary of war today tnmsinitted to congress a communication from thi iifcj'issiprn nez commiisinii cr.bniiuin'- remarks upon the river and harbor act of August 5th, 1856. "That no works 01 comtili of permeable costrsctiar works will not j iaenre the dered stabilhy of the river . wiwiw Mo tuts .c-1 qnttenient is bad on the totatallv unrec- '"". i ue communicaiion savs ihts re- ognized theory that the river if onceresralai- ed will not srotirife naitns.1 ;nVt A .- snch an idea is purely visionary icd theor etical, and not supported by any good au thority. WRESTLeJG WITH A POSEK. Senate committee ou printiug it is said began this morning the ludy of certain problems involvedlu the nomination of Benedict to be public printer, and Bene dict was himself before the committee for examination. Xo conclusion Avas readied and another meeting is to be held during the Aveek. It is understood there are no formulated charges agaiust the nominee, but there are people Avho claim that ho i- not a practical printer or bookbinder, and in these respeeU does not meet the require ments of the laws goA-erning the appoint ment to this office. The committee f nds itself called upon to not ouly in-A-&tirate and determine a question of fact, but to iuterpret the laws. It i argued on one hand that to be a practical printer and bookbinder one must hr.A-e served apprenticeship at typtj setting aiMi haA-e Avorked Avith his own hands at book binding. On the other hand, it is urged that the manager of uh immen-e establish ment like the goA-erument printing ollice may be all the more efficient for not having passed his life in aa ratling with the mi nu lla or mere mechanical features of the work on hand The crmuntUe a ill give Benedict ample opportunity to reply to anything which may be said against him. INTERSTATE COMMERCE. fceuator McPherxm today suuinmeu an amendment to the inter-state commerce bill proposing the addition of ihe following AA-ords to section 5: "Which prohibits pooling; provided, hoAvever. that if after jull inA'Cstiiratinn the commission or a majority thereof are of the opinion that the interests of both shippers aud carriers will be best promoted by an equitable divi-ion of the traffic or the proceeds thereof, be tween the carriers, the provision of this section may not be enforced prior to Janu ary 1, lbst, and it shall be the duty of the commission to report thfir action with the reasons therefor to congreo-s in general ' The amendment aKo increases the number of commissioners of interstate commerce to be appointed from Ave to nine, and the miniber of slum commissioners who may be of one political party from three to six. DKfAKrMUNT DOTS. Nicholas M. Bell, Miperintendent of for eign mails, ha3 received information from the Brussels director of posts, that on De cember 10, 12G of tho United States regis tered packages lost in the Belgian mail robbery of Not-ember 17 Avere found un opened under a sofa in one of the jmrln of the Grand hotel at Brussels, fourteen packages found at the i ne time and place had been rilled of of their contents. A communication from commissioner of internal revenue was today transmitted by the secretary of the treasury to the home requesting an immediate additional appro priation of oO.OOO for salaries aud expen ses of collectors of internal revenue for the current fiscal year. The secretary says in his letter f transmittal that "urgency is demaided to properly execute the oleomar garine act, and also the act of August 4. 1$S0, devolving upon the government the expenses of the inspection of toliaoco ex ported theretofore paid by the exporter." MEXICAN REClI'ItOClTY. In the secret session of the senate txlay, the Mexican reciprocity treaty, Ahkh has long been Avaiting the action by tint hou; of representatives necessary to carry its pro visions into effect, Avas brought up on a oroposition from the committee on foreign relations to extend the t hue within hicJ Ilia required action might In? taken. I he projKwition gave i he to a debate of as hour upon the subject of reciprocity treaties in general, aud to some extent the questkn of tariff reform became involved in the talk. The proposition Avhicli avus in the nature of a piotooul, extending the time la Avmcn congressional artwui mu.t m taken to May. lSdtf. was brought to a A'ote ami carriwl. This is the second exterfeioa ot time Ux OOB nectioa aaHIi thfe treaty. EXCKKITS. Mr. Frank B. McDonald, son of ex Sen ator McDvmaid, died in thU ctiy ibU mora mg of heart disease. He had been tot some years cleric in tfce treaso depart ment. Government expect to begin preliminary proceedings wntinst the fell Telrpbooe coin;inr in Bfton before the inkhile of ' uoxt Aveek Lady Km moms' Lunacy. W.vsimGTON. D. C, Jsa. 7. -The ltm- - - - ; v . . . - -., .. . continued in the old circuit c-mrt room to day. 1 here was burh a orauurp for mt nittancc that the deputy raarsbal was obliged to cure toe lK-r at an early hour, and refuse entnnr to ail who were not in some way coniMvted with the came. The examination of Mm. Decormk. who u Mit. Emmons' I raveling companion during her recent trip to Kurope, wa c6ocudd withoot eliching anything of particular im P'jrtacoe, bryHi a detailed recital of Em ntona' eccentricitfea. The next Avitncw wwt Dr Walker, wl tesnoeti tnai ne roaae a specialty ot ner vous disease end insaaitv, He fimt net Mrs. Kinrnon Deooaher 34. 1885, through ! a card from Dr. .Marion 6iau. of Kw ! York, and had an interview of two femr with her. Shew-as then qokt and lady ,' Hke. but was iaiswit in her uh He asked Her a great many questions, but j her answers were wandering aad ofin i irrelevant. v ben she began to maniftt iMttcamw K uturri4 tltnt t)u.v ,.. lowing day he called again She had hK np a Christinas tree, trhsise with all u. ., m.. arw v- nm n.K. 'H UK tut sortK of rubimh, such a oid ftboea, a broken thermometer, the IvaskMmjp of an jpera hat. etc., etc., the trimntiage she eriihiisied. the thermoasctw, she mtd. jrepreebated distntl sffeetioa. (Dks- Joitiled addJeaucK, interposed Mrs. Km atom, aodiblv Wrioe cdetiniMd hk miu np to Msrrh 2. 16, and found that Mrs. Rttitaoa ma a nnmtyr of deloiokf. Onec she iold hhn that he Ava- very wjpor 9tHkoa. He made aosne reark with jo g&rd lo her loodiaew, when site declared that she was not afraid, bvcswe e hai a j dagger which when warn was deadly, but nea ctmc jaert. i r.m aagxer tme Howd him and k Koved so be a shawl nia. She Sftki siie had acddently pricknd her chk with this dagger aod knowriag that it w&s pisocd se took onioa? sod milk as aa antidote sad ircosKtneoded ths in to him. Aft- referring to many cxepatricities oo the pari of Mo. Kmcions, Dr K waiter lesincd itt&i Jirs. .tovMon saSi to aim soeATxrawe weany. taat sbe sh a athores. poetess aod archftatt. Sfct jAs declared her bubarfd wasted to cet rid of her. Witness aiivfeed titat she i taken to wtae intitcdon where ihe woak! ha pro ptaly treated. Jackson Clnb ItaiHiuet. CoLCirnc. Ohio. Jan. 7 The Jifiaoa club beid its uoaI ansfveoarv htorton onigkt at the City halL Covers were turned for 350. Speeches were made br Alien G Thurmaa, Cooressnian LawJr of Chicago, and others. Itegrel were ro ceived from GoTernor Hill and W. Burke tcic iivcj woTcnjnr urn aaa . mitKi Cochran of New York. Hearv Wauenon Gen. Ilostcrans, Governor McEnrjr of LouMasa, and Prtsodent Cleveland also seat a letter of regret. WHO IS RESUME? Official Inquiry as to tlie P.espon- sibilit-y of tke Disastrous "Wreck 2Tear Hepublic, Oltio, on tho B. & O. Railroad TAiosday Nigat. The Conductor and Orevr the Freight Train Galled to the of AVitnes;3 Stand and in a Clear, Couclse Maimer State What Tnoy Know About the AiTair. They Concur iu Sayluir that tho 'n Kiuumnn of tho Freight avas In toxicated at the Time. THE COKOXKR'S INQUEST Into tLo CircumtjtHuees Connected With tho II. A O. Wreck. Ci.kvku.ym), Ohio, Jau. 7. The inquest into the caiiics of tho H. & O. Avmk at Uepuhlic was begun at 2 o'clock this after noon at Tiffin. A spectfil to the Lender says: The city hall where the inquest hi being held avrs crowdwl. The !rl a uuess eramineil Avas L. F Eletcher, conductor of the "freight train. He sakt. Ed. Killer avs theengineerof ihcfrviht and V. J. Cnllisn tlnMntte. We ran from Timu to the Settaca sidiug, about thrw and one half miles cast of here, ami akie tracked for the east bouml expre. Afur this train jiofced Ave had forty tire miuiiU'j in which to inaku ihe Hepnblic skiing. W? left this place with one hundred xnd fuity pounds of s-tenm. After goiag two miW, I noticed that the train w aUeki-mn. I Avent forAvurd OA'er the c-.ir, eighteen in nnmber, to tlso engine to see what vn Avrong. I fua that the steam had run down U f. rty pounds. I opened the door o' the furn.KX and looked at the tire, then looked al my watch aud saw that we had hut four min utes until Xo. 7, tlc west-bound exprc, w:ls due. I took a red mid white lantern aud nui ahead to ting her. 1 got about one hundred yards in ihe curve und aignnled to slop. As the express npprmcbti. I no ticed that the engineer had rrvtrod la-t engine. In th meantime the ftvixht had come to a stand, and thk engineer hixl h'it olf tenm and jump(l off when the cidiiot.ti iiccund. The engineer had ben driiikinr I saw him take two drink f nhisky at Hloomdalc a;d two at FostorJa. Wlu-n I MiW At e had Imt four minutc to utak- Uc skiing at Rcpnbli the engtnwr did not seem to reaihee tlie danger altcnd. I irivd to gel the pfttngeni out- of the kirtuue; cars. One nmxt wnn )nmnied bet wren tl.u smoker and tadfat enr; I tried to t hun out, Iwit the llame drove me away m 1 In had to burn. I heard no shrieks or cries il otlw rs iu Utc burning ran. W. IS. Cullisoit, ftr man ou the fal,'ht, wos next culled. He ik! hf i; frm itand aad had been on the r.wvi l-ut t.'.i. week, and never knw aiAthi ai-if :', bt;4nt'ss lusivn lie aid. Vv . i-l ti- ' ! itt keeping up th rrt; e tnii , ,, m7 atl iorty (hiumU f Uaui l. n i- i' ft Seneca siding, tin train ran f"tsr or Ihe miles wbtn the t oiu as d a t- "i-.i' pounds; we wire thtn ' -t-X 'i'- ul tl. toifc p-r hour. The ..iiiiutr ran.r in and looked at the fine and nil it was all risrht When the conductor i.1 ah ul t flag and aaw toe cxtiwt ' -i- ' ' back for u to jump. Af-r i I n occurred I tried to get pcrons ut. I saw prrWMW in there huroi; g !. I ,uo cited 1 oooki teil but iittie alw.ut it. Cnarb Hnyder. nt j :,.i, . . o f rottt hraketnaa on the fri-' i lit I a fm the cab of tb- r-nt m . w 1 thai they had but one jraci: f vsaJ-sr. when titer shmiW hare bad at i i ., . t v going ahad lo flag, hot the ...rd.i. tT gnMHK ihe laateto aad tient I knw nothiaz abMtt either thv omd ,t eagiwr driakiog AttMrtt'f ' u 1 -m a man hangUip awout h-(!f -, . f : .. Knokr, whorrir!--.! to m f -r . -i -ik U help him out The man tra mmA toU H. JI Park r.f ' 1 beani do on- n !( inh!- Thos. F Haket! ef W h, W Vi, ; wi d ;t D In ! -I U in .,S1 it t A thri-r mtx hot y jm cr : r W jing coadurtor 4 th xufu, ,,n theco)IJi4kn, U--?icil Th ihir mimilc at lietftNif nlxtj paasrajfr. fi-urn r ro'Jcrr. of tluii uu-aU-r fi. lh tnutkiT. two , fjiin si, ":r v "l ""' fr "M!"'" "'. "J'i . I t un the top of thr rp than Un ki ! 1. I h - Mia rarlihn,s fromtb -1 vaw, of M H Psrk VKl, If, K . 'ins: on tH 1 1-5 hih a brother of th d-Td maa t "ifawi i trial Of lit- r:. titer kiUn! t!. 'ur t serea ar- knew n. B T Ha f Ham nA., wa Use rear brm&ctaan of "... mz'tX stod wlieo tite enlMssfM ooestrr! i' u. a ksoterB aad wast fa ta war ' ' a r;,., to flag mt othr-r that milu, he ' at0g 'ITse hsqoeat wfi W rwas 1 in thr ntorhtg. A Drusmlic's tnltb. Fax Fctc. Jan 7 Ttw Examkvr this nonthta- nabtmhed a letter from tle sikted MrtJswr of the dyaasBlte expt"ion day night. The hUer it ritra ia jd suk. on onacs. brfe-k cAtxA frnpr It w ssgsed "August Howists " Ta ku-rr fttaU-9 that the irtir nmtntmfhim for lire eXfsVxsVjn are ssemfecr of a ftwrfl ization wbkh hwi its 1 ink ki Chirxga dirertly after the Hay markM ri-wt Th letter frtkr state thai the dynamitfr hare no cotmcctioti wUi the carols ttaioa, aal tkt the ktter h emtitvij Igwr sat of -sr ko the dymjaiivri are The ef&tJe CftuiitAri fct" ttAkrs We hoTr a uroirraw kstti oet Uk a series of drftseute exjdtrdrm and 4mB jo forward fas mrutm. if Ukj rood jws!t ia refosiog UW ear tnett th4r jst rfeku. Gambling Waji What TronblM Mtv. Ciw aoo. Jaa 7 JaaMaei Athwoo. U,c eszbsczitag suussgar ol the Hnl Kl'r csoeat Fnilman, plea4il guilty to (be chance io Jodge Anthony cmrt uxf He took smalt s&za Ixwa. ticie to tiwur us U1 hi fbortacr kw to br wcietJhsx tike 2,&fi GiJnWi xas trhat troobicd ht. hesaH. Hanst-a ror ilurtler. SiittKVEroKT. Lx, Jan. 7 J fa J-, colored, vtm hi3tl today for ih mttrtuz of Kmma EdAranii, hfa paxaajour, ia ".