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For 40 Years , The People's The Journal .-. Leads in Circulation. FricnU. VOLUME XXXVI F, NO. 201), MONDAY' KANSAS CITY, JANUARY 7, JSIW. MONDAY. I'UK'N K1VK OKNTS. ! pTvr v- v srT VTST- X55S 'TTJKJT T v- JJ 5 " T V-T'V $ S V - AN EVENTFUL WEEK: it may Di:cii)i: Tim katij op tiii: clui:i:ncv 1111,1, in tiii: nousi:. ITS PRECARIOUS CONDITION, om'oxkms op tiii: mi:asuki: run I'Arimi j'oit A com' ii i:tat. WILL BRING ON AN EARLY VOTE, iii:pi:at op tiii: miauiu: wit.i, hi: mohai,i.i: tiii: administration. in Ilin Senate the Mriirngim Ciiuiil. Hill Milt Ilinn the Right nf Way niul rmiliir Mitchell, nf Oru gon, Mill Aliiknn .speech. Washington, Jnn. (I The coming week promises to bo a moil eventful one In the Iiotise of representatives. It will not onlv tlctcrmlnc Hie fate of tlio Carllalo currency Mil so fur as thn loner branch of con- cress Is concerned, but In the event of the Iff defeat of the measure It will have a fur- leaching effect on the currency question ami on the policy of congress anil the ad ministration. The Democratic house caucus, which will convene nt 3 o'clock to-morrow unless postponed on account of the death ot Repiesontatlvo l'ost, will be the first Im portant step, as It Is expected to test whether any bill can comm.inel a majority and what the form of the bill Is to he. The house will adjourn Immediately utter Its nsscmblage out of respect tor Mr. I'ost. v A rulp llxlug the future course of dcbitc will not be Introduced until Tuesday and its terms will depend largely on the events of the caucus. It had been hoped to get a final ote by Tuesday or Wednesday, but Mr. Springer, who is In charge ot the bill, sas It may be necessary to let tho debate run through the week. There are evidences, however, that a coup d' ctat will be prtt In execution by Tuesday by those opposed to the bill. This will be a motion to strike out all after the, enacting claim which would bo equivalent to a motion to kill the bill. It was by a stroke of this kind that the Morrison tariff bill was Mimmailly killed long before Its fi lends had anticipated a final vote. The parlia mentary leaders of the house have been consulted and have ugieed that this moc is regular and In accoi dance with the rules. The" are expecting the move, al though it is not positive that it will be executed. If an early ote is thus pre cipitated nnd all of the bill after the en acting clause struck out, it would do away with the lle-mlnute debate and put a summary end to the struggle. If, however, the motion to strike out should fall to pass, the flve-mlnute debate would pro ceed until the final vote was taken. Thorp is nt. programme for the week bejond tho currency bill, as this measuie will ex clude consideration of everything else un til It is settled. Torccast for tlio Senate Tho senate will Undoubtedly adjourn to morrow con -after the-ehour of-i.meetlng as a marK ot respect 10 lieprcscniauvo I'ost. On Tuesday tho Nlcar.iguan canal bill villi again bo before the senate and the regular proceedings of the week will begin with a speech In support of tho measure by Senator Mitchell, of Oregon. The friends of tho canal bill are hopeful that a oto may bo reached sometime dur ing the week, but whether It will attain that Important stage will depend upon tho persistence ot the opposition und tho interfeience ot the business of tho nppio prlatlon committee. Tho pension appro priation Is the only nppoprl.itlou bill now before the senate and It Is not believed its consldeiatlon will consume much time, but theie Is a piobablllty that the dell clency bill will he reported during the week, and In caso It should be nil effoit Is made to call it up, It Is to be the basis of num erous speeches on the appropriations for can.vlng the Income tax Into effect. While the opponents of the Income tax genet ally disavow any intention to defeat the np propilatlon, the openly confess their ptu pose of using it as a text for speeches on the geneial policy of Imposing such tax. The piobablllttes are, lionet cr, against hiiv effort to secuie consldeiatlon of this bill dining the week. It Is likely two or three speeches will be made ugalnst the canal bill during the week and there aie still others so far an nounced to bo made to Its support. The advocates of tho canal bill are beginning to glow somewhat anxious to .secuio a otr, as thuy suspect an effort to hold this off until It may be possible to displace the bill entliely with another measure, or if this be avoided and the bill passed, it will leach the house too late to secuio consideration during tho present session. The general understanding now Is that when the Nicaragua bill shall be disposed of by the senate, the bankruptcy bill will be taken up for consldeiatlon, and after that tho teirltoilal admission bills, will receive attention. PLAN TO CAPTURE THE COOKS. Proposition Mucin to tlio Attorney Gai ral to Catch Outlaws for S.'.ouo -V piece, 4 Washington, Jan. 0 (Special.) There is a new schema on foot In jegaid to the Cook gang and other outlaws In tho Indlin country. Tho attorney general tins It un der advisement nnd Is booked for a de cision in tho matter within a few dnjs. It appears that Senator White, of California, homo dajH ago called on the attorney gen eial, accompanied by Captuln Oliver, of San rruneiseo. The senator stated that ho personally knew Oliver: that ho was f-ecretuiy of u certain defective agency and that the ugency would like to have the Job of capturing ccrtuln bmdlts In the Indian country. Senator Wlilte also added tin' ho knew that this agency had bec em plojed lu California a number of times to arrest bad men in that statu and to far had been very satUfactoiy. In fact, the ugeiicv had captuied thiee men uheady In Okla homa, wanted In California and had btought them back under a rewind nffeied by that state, lie believed that if tho United States would offer a reward for the membeis ot the Cook gang and placo the Job In tho hands or the agency the arrests would be madj In duo time, Tlu attorney geneial made Inquiries as to tho cost of such an Investment, when Oliver stated that he hid undeistood that there were five very had men. Including Cook, who woro wunted and If this was the num ber the agency would take the Job for IO.OciO. They would agiee to bilug them u and turn them over to the United States oiUclals in any district named by tho attor ney general for J-'.uOO a head. In tlu event tney wanted more than live airestcd by way of breaking up tha ging he would BIBLES! BIBLES!! Hundreds of Oxford, International ami Furaily Iliblcs at 25c to SIS Each. io.ooo Volumes of New, Old and Rare Books At never heard of inducements. Call till thlb week at. T, O. CBAMEIVS, 1321 Grand Avenue, tnlce Ih rtiij" number nt that rate. If onlv Cook and one or two more were want d they would not Undertake the Job for less than JIO.W), The proposition appeared to Interest the attorney general, and, itfpr some observations, he snld that he would I have ta ask for an appropriation to cover the expense. Senator White observed that if th" attorney general would aide for thit amount to be appropriated ho thought Unit there would be very little doubt the allow ance would be made. The conference ended with the attorney genet al stating that he would dedd" the milter by the Middle of the week. Senator White has conferred Willi solne of the senators from Arkansas, Texas, Kan.as and Missouri nnd It has been naieed that. In the event the attorney geueral recommends It, the npploprlntkui will be allowed nnd an effort will then be made to capture tho leader ot the Cook gang. NEW EXCUSE FORTHE EMBARGO Ambassador Do Not Have Unniigli Salary In I K Tilings I'rnposil to llale Wug, . Washington, Jan. R (Special ) An nr tlcle lu a morning pnper to-day contains a statement that will be ot special Into-est to the West, The object of the whole statement, based oil Information given out nt the department of state, Is to have con gress Increase the pay of nmbaadors from J17.IM per scar to "0,(iOO per enr. It Is held that while there might bo a Impo sition not to do this it should be rccill"d that KSO.COU expended nnliunlly In salirles of the live umbassadois Is an Insignificant amount when compared with the great good these olllclaln might have done In the Immediate past. In this connection tho following paragraph Is taken fiom the In spired effort: "It Is well known to our state department that Mr. llunjon would certainly have succeeded In bringing nbout a satisfactory settlement ot the meat ex clusion nffnlr In Germany had he been al lowed more ample funds, Tho need of a few thousand dollars at a critical moment has thus cost one gnat American Industry hundieds of thousands uf dollars a scar and thrown many men In the West out of employment." I'rom this official secret It Is seen why Germany has put an embargo on Western cnttle and tho West should step forwntd and raise the pay ot ambassadors with the hope that a little money placed in the hands of Ambassador Hunyon will raise the embargo and open tho Continental cat tle market. It Is boldly stated that Am bassador Ua)ard surrendered for a time tho enervating luxuries of the English court for a vNlt to this country to explain th.it tho five ambissadors must have more motley so that they could cease to bo "the laughing stock of nil Uurope." It will be remembered that the present administra tion went Into the ambassador business nnd btought about the "laughing stock of nil Europe" dlsgtnce. It Is also recalled that tho late Secretary Ittisk handled this embargo question very nicely at one time without any extra appropriation. KANSAS SUPREME COURT. Opinions Handed Down by the 'iovoral Jos tle 8 of 'lint Tilbtinal lit 1 nprka, Topek.a, Kas Jan. C (Special ) Tha fol lowing opinions weie handed down in the supiemo court jesterday: IIOHTON, C. J. In ro X). Ij. fierce; oilglnnl piocecdlng in habeas coipus, putltlotiet discharged. D. . Pierce ot al vs. Suite ex rel; ap peal from Barber county; levciscd. . r M. &. A. Ilallwav Comnanv vs. rt It. -Lockwoort-ct-itl; error'-fromwICIngm"V(n county; reveiseti. 1". M. Wlgiis et al vs tho commissioner of Miami county; ciror fiom Miami coun ty, ulllimcd Hosa Werner vs. Jowett .i I-angworthy; enor fiom Sedgwick county, aim mod State vs. John T. Decis, uppenl Horn Ctawford count), nllltmed. Long Bros , vs. It. A Hopper; error from riniiey couut; outlined Willi mi J. I'ollock et al vs. Alice Agner; etior noni Cowley county, alllimed. 1). A. Staid vs Kunsas Kducatlonnl As. sotlatlun, tiror Hum Lon count) , le vers ed. JOHNSTON, J. .1. C Stonp K. Co vs. It J Shay et al; er ror fiom Itleo count), mvetsed. Western Gas, Coal and Oil Company vs. tho I'laiiklln band Company; enoi fiom Miami county, ailltmed A., T. is S 1' Jtallioael Company vs. Henry A. Todd, admlnlstiutoi, eiror from Sedgwick count), tevened ' StlltO H. A. It Tt nnilimlt. n.M.n.il r,-,,... loon count), conviction fur laitcuy af llimed; conviction lot huiul.iiv leveiseil hlato vs. A 11 Tiendwcll; appeal fiom I..VOI1 county; alllrmcd Union r.iclllo Ilallna) Company vs Tied olf, enor fiom iiussell county; loveiscd J I! Button et nl vs J. M Decker, ci ror from Dickinson county; revet -oil John t'lendenlng vs. Anna K. W')att et al; hi i m fiom llumbon count), null mod. i;dwiu Uowlcr vs. Thomas S Krut-s et al, onor fiom Cloud county, alllrmcd. AMiCX, J. Salllo U Yorkes vs o. M. Mcaulro et nl; eiroi ttom 1'hllllps county; dismissed. C. r. Ulliltk vs Dent ltcld, cunt from Ciawtotd count), ulllimcd J. P. McClelland vs John A. Ctagun; er lor fiom Iteuo county, loveised New IJngl.md Loan und Tiust Company vs. Benjamin Spltloi , enor fiom Miami county modified William Dennis vs John Y Bonier: er ror from Nemaha cotiutv , modified lr V Stlnson vs. Altaian, Miller & Co.: enor from i'hlllips county: n veined. Stato vs. G. A Mitchell, appeal from lord couutv ; leversed John J Hatter, administrator, vs. Atch Ison, Topeka ,V Santa IV It.illrond Compa ny; error from Sli iwnee county; leversed. , J'1:" CI'ItlAJI. A. n ninus vs, J. J. Adams et nl: error fr,n,m,f,l"J."ta"flm'- county; alllrmed 1 . W. Giles vs. Augusta ('. Austin; error from Shawnee county; nillnned, J. r. Ur)son vb. i:. u, l'eek; error from Barber county; dUniln-wcl J, 1) Boiversock vs f, jr. Trench; error from Douglas county; dismissed. Suite vs. James Hlieain et al; appeal from Wsnndotto county ; appeal dismissed B, D, Kastmun vs ,vr, A, Householder ot nl: oilglnul pioceedlngs In mandamus; dis missed, Glianl Nuisefy Company vs. J, C. Nigh; error fiom Craw foul county; dismissed. winunici ix.uinnni naiiK vs. n. A, rietcli er: error from Cowley count v; dl-mlssed. 1M WuttK vs. J. W. Bilukerhorf; enor from l'ranklln county; dli-mlssed. O O. Buyd vs, O, Mills; original pro ceedings in quo warranto: dismissed. a, n uiiik vs. tt, i; i isnei ; error rrom I-'ranklln county; motion for rehearing ovei ruled. 1'iist National bank, of Port Scott, vs. T. D. Williams; euor from llouibou county; dismissed. r.irmerb' State bunk vs. tho I'ennsvl vania Investment Compiny; error from o boino county; motion for lehe.ulug over ruled H. IJ Chamberlain vs. T. II. Scott: eiror from Coney county; motion to dismiss al lowed Pranklln Quess vs, Hmma J, Brlggs; er ror fiom Atchison county; motion for ie. healing oven tiled Stato vs. Man Hay; appeal from T.yon county; motion for lehenrlng oven tiled. lMuiund Adams vs. c. M. roster; error from Shawnee county; dismissed. Statu vs, McCarty; appeal fiom Marlon county; motion for lehearlng overruled. C O Smith vs, M. M. Bowman: error from Colfey county; motion for rehearing of motion to dlxmM allow ed. Union Teimliuil llallroad Company vs. John Hall et al: error fiom "V)audotto county; motion for rehearing ovciruled. Ill us In Hi'd.ilia. Sedalln, Mo., Jan. C (Special.) The book and stationery state of Kastey & Caldwell was pattlally destroyed by tlio at 2 o'clock this morning. The tntlie block was threat ened with destruction for a short time, but the llames were confined by the lira depaitment to the Kastey & Caldwell building. Tho loss is $7,000, fully covered by lusuiance. MUllli at Ottuwu, Ottawa, Kas., Jan. 6. (Special.) The en campment of state miytla In this city last summer had the effect of Interesting the oun- men of Ottawa to the extent that airangements are making for tho orcnulza tion of a company lu this city. PlItPPPT TIP TP IT IT'BTrPP kIIWhI I U III lilt HV HU JJLJLJu v) 1 ill ItJuL J Ji i in: wn.i. up. n.v.M.v winii ins i.aii: ' tOMI'llllTOIP?. WILL HAVE GOOD POSITIONS, mi riMii:it ami untiiwr.i.t, m,ti:i i oit mi'oiti'.v.M' l'osis. Demnrrits Are strilulng 'Ihilr Optlis Cut, I, Mi-it itf it Row I hut Miows ,i .Sign of MiitcrlnlMnt; I'p to tho i'riftcnt lira. .Tertersnn City, Mo, .Inn f, (Special.) Speaker Itusell returned this afternoon from his home nt Slcelvllle. Local Demo crits and Democratic coi respondents have been much exercised fur fear he has been In close eotifereneo with Mr. 1'llley and suggestions looking to a tow In the Ite publican innlcs have been worked for nil they nre woith. A row Is not now In sight, nor docs It appear to bo coming. While Mr Iiussell has not yet decided definitely upon the personnel ot the committees, nor In nil oases to whom he will give a chair manship, he has decided to divide the p it ronngo In his gift n3 equally over the state as possible and his various opponents for the speakership will be given choice posi tions. Mr. ltus.sell declares himself as In favor of h.ud work, good legislation, fair play nnd harmony. It Is probable that the chairmanship of the committee on Jutls prudenco mny go to J. 11, Ilothwcll. Major Ulltlngor will In nil probability be given the chairmanship of the committee on ap pioprlatlons, or wnvs and me ins. George I'ountaln, doorkeeper, has selected his en tire force, but the chief clerk, engrossing clerk nnd enrolling clerk have ns jet not been able to settle upon their respective assistant. They ore working In harmnny wlth each other nnd apportioning tho pat ronage they have to give to the various districts, of the state. They will probably complete their slates to-morrow momlng. tidal wavi: wn.i, in: pi:k"iam:ni Congressman Itiiuc) t.i)s His District Will May In the Itepulillcaii Column. Jefferson City, Mo , Jnn. C iSpeclal.) John II." Itaney, congressu.an-elc,t fiom the Thirteenth dlsttlet, nrtlvcd lu Jefler son City this afternoon. Ho says that tho "tidal wave" lu his district will prove to bo a steady flood. The majority against him was G.000. Ho was elected by S2S votes and the stay-at-home vote did not exceed 1,000. He sa)s that the Thirteenth hdlstrict Is In the Itepubllcnn column to stay; tint the young men vote the Republican tlcku He thinks much depends upon this legisla ture nnd that the state In lSaC will go Re publican unless tho houe loses its head and develops an unwise radicalism. Sneak ing of the present congtess he bald it would not accomplish anything; that It is all at sea on tho great questions ot the day, and is without hope and without a Moses. He wlllremain In Jcfferson-Clty a day or two to witness the workings of a Republican house. BIG FIRE IN TORONTO. Tho "Olobo" Xewspiper Completely Gut ted With a Loss of H 1 SU.OOO Otlu r 1,01 s, Toronto, Ont., Jnn C A few minutes befoie 3 o'clock this morning llro was dis covered In the basement of the Globe building, on tho coiner of Young and Ade laide stieets. The nl inn was given, but before the (list icel airlvcd flames weie pouring fiom every window fiom garret to basement. As the wind was blowing bilskly fiom tho south and the lite thieitened to spread, another ul.um was given and the entire lire department was soon on the spot. Chief Aid.igh nnd Uvo men of the fire lulgide mounted upon the com Ion runnlm: mound the llrst stoiy of tho (Hobo olllLe nnd were lit caking windows to Introdine tho hos when the uoithwest wall, from tho cornice up, live stories, full with a crash. Tho men leaped Into the pile ot biicks. Chief Ardngh was badly hurt about the head and hid to be lemoved III .i cab. Robert Bowai iccelvcd such In Juilcs that he was taken to tho hospital, wheie ho subsequently died Charles Siuedley, l'"iancls l'oisjthe, Robert Poster, lames lVavldson and Hurry Saundcts aie sovetcly Injuied. Tho Globe building, erected In 1SS0, nt a cost of JDO.OOO, with a plant valued at $C0, 000, was soon a complete wreck. The Tor onto Lithograph Company, which occupies a floor In the building, loses all Its presses anil many valuable stones, Piom tho Globa building tho flames crossed thn stieet to Hairy Webb's icstauinnt, nnd that building was gutted from loot t cellar. I.os on the building, $.'0,W; on the stock, S"A),000. In the lear of Mlchlo Si Co.'s, Italian wine merchants, tho build ing was also slightly damaged. The wind then changed, blowing from the cast, nnd MeUonnon & Co.'s new wholesale diy goods stole was soon wiped out of exis tence, entailing a loss of $70,000 on tho building and 5100,000 on tho stock, which had only bet n moved lu a few days ago. Owing to Chief Ardagh having to retlio eaily from tho scene, the tin- biigade did not work to tho best advantage, Tim men vvoiked bravely, but they lacked cll- lectiou The world nnd the World and News have offeied their sorvlees to the Gloho to enable It to produce Its editions as usual. DEATH OF DRJ:. D, PORTER, Tlio Dean ot the Agile ultural College ot .Mifcsnurl IInUitty Is No llnre, Columbia, Mo , Jan. 0 (Special.) T)r. V. I). Porter, dean of tho iigrliultuiiil college lu tho university, died this morning of heait falluie. Although ho had been ill for soma time, his death was an unexpect cd bhoek, and his loss is greatly mouiiicd, The funeral will take placo Monday at J o'clock, Dr. Porter was pa-,1 CO years of age, and has for several )ears been a prominent anil faithful servant of tho unlve-islty. Ho received his early education In the Hast nnd giaduated from the University of I'enntjlvuula In ISM, when ho was mado professor ot natural philosophy In Dela waio college, wheie he served for thlity ) ears, lu ISS0 ho took tho chair of ngilculttlroat the University of Minnesota, and in ISsI was called to tho head of tho department here, Slnco his rcwldenco in Columbia Hi. I'oiter has been an excellent and hard working dean, and In social life has won the esteem of all w ho knew hlin. Oouel Words for mi Okbihomai,, Washington, Jan. ti (Special.) Tho News bus fho following to say in legard to Hon, Sidney Clarke, of Oklahoma: "Way back In the Utiles, when bleeding Kansas cast off her teirltorlal garb and put on a brand new suit of state clothes, she sent as hu ll rat representative In congress the Hon. Sidney Clarke, Mr, Clarke was then a very )oung man, tall, handsome and ath letic, and fresh fiom Massachusetts, the state of his birth. Mr. Claiko is back in Washington to lemaln during the ses sion. He Is still tall, athletic, handsome und almost us youthful looking' us lie was when he fought sldo by side with John Brown to protect the, Suxulowur btato from slavery. He Is line to . k longtess to admit Oklahoma Into the lorhooel ot stabs being a plonpc!' of tint i tomcmlvr It n lint j It in tv some d iv I Setmlor t'laike Mr. 11 it ko Is it, M"-t itt the National " KANSAS STOCK BREEDERS. Ihe) Will VI. it In Allium! Kosluii In 'lo pe Im In -morrow Morning, Topeka, Kns Jnn C (Special ) The linus Improved Stock Utrrdeis' Associa tion will meol In fllinml s. s-ton nl the I hroop hotel In Topek i on .limuirv S and ' The following proRiatnme Is announced: Tllesdav mottling l'l.iKl.lent's atinunl nd dtess, n-poifs of ulrtclls and appointment of committees, Tttesdnv afternoon '"The M in Without a Bleed, " Colonel J. K True "Business Suggestions to Bleeders," W P. Brush "Dilr) Breed for the General Parmer.' 11. M. Klrkpitrlek, II. T Stokes, C. 1' Slune, M S Il.ibcoekgA. B Jones. Ho option of new iiflttnbeis Tinsd.i) evenlng'Tiiie Iteef llreids, Their Impottnmc nhil Value to tin- 1'aim is," discussion, Thomas 1'. Babst, it, Makln, J. Al. iltihcr, J. M. Winter nnd J. B. McAfee. Addresses, short and sweet Hon, T. M, 1'ottci, ptesldcnt stale bond of agilcul ture; Hon. Joib Mulvane, Hon. G. W. Gllck, U. 1). Colmrn, seeietnr) state bo ml of agriculture; A. G. Hvth, preside nt leifi sas Slate Ball) Association: M I. Wort man, piesldcnt tetania Stato 1'oullry Asso ciation. General remarks by members. Reception of new numbers , Wednesiliy morning "The Horse Indtis tiy In Kansas," o. 1'. Cpdcgiaff, O. L Thlsler, C it, livvln. V. II. Avery. "Sheep Indttstiv In Kansts," I; D. King, II it. Klrkp.atrlck, G. W. Gllck, C. 1! Westbrook. "Needed Legislation," discussion, W. B, Stilton. T. A Iliilibmil, S. C. Orr, V. S,; J. I' True, A. ('. Jones. "Kansas Live Stock Smltary Liws," George C i'rlteh.iiil, slate veterinarian. Wednesday afternoon "Pure Bred Swine fot the Tanner," V. II Greshim, V. It. llowey, T. A. Ilubbird, C. J. lltu glns Letters from bleeders. "Good ot the Older," general discussion by all the member. Hlectloti ot olllceis. Reception of new members The otllclals of the assort itlon are: W. 11 Sutton, Ru'sdl, president, it. S Bib cock, Nortonville, vice president; W. I', l'opctioe, Jr. (elcccascd), sei ictiiry-tieas-tirn, dltectors, C. if. I twin, Wlihlta; T A. Ilubbird, Rome: C. L Wcstbiook, 1'e.i body, J. U. Tine, Newman, o. L. Thlsler, Cliuptuan. INDIGNATI0NAJKIDDER, M0. Tl.e Assulllt I'poil Celllor t htlhhuclc Has Aroused thee Clllens of Tint till ege. Kidder, Mo, Jan. C (Special.) rubllc sentiment bus been very nitieh aroused he're during the past week over the brutal beating of Udltoi Ed Chubbtick, of the Kidder Optic, by Dave Dunham, a bai hcr, who Is at present luunlug a ding stoic hen Tor some time past .Mi. Chub buck In his paper has made a sttong tight against tin unlawful ale of llquoi in this city. Ho 1ms pointed out the eleinot.ill. iug eftect It was having oil tho morals of the )oitng and there hive been several altcicitlons here, fiom which ho has not hesitated to diaw somo pointed motals, and lu d Lhng with which has not minced words In any wa). IBs couise In thlsj matter lias aroused consldeiable hostility among the lanks of those who nre profiting by the business, anil Mr. Chubhuck-aluts" been tlueatened with dire vengeiuco on several occasions, but no violence has been offeteel until bust week, when Dunham took ofiense at some statements In the paper and meeting the cedtor on the street jave him a frightful beating. ill. Chubbuck Is of slight build and has been In delicate health foi thiee )etrs, and spent sever il months last )ear at a hospital at St. Louis, while he submitted to a dangerous ope ration, from the effee ts of which ho has not )et iccovcinl Owing to his fi .ill conellilm the tin ashing inn) bilng about seilons icsults. Mr Chubbtuk v.is lalscd heic an I Is a )ouug man uf exemplary chataibi Ho Is the son of a wealthy business in en hero anil a hi other of ilr. Lovl Chubl tick, foi many jcars seciet.uy of the st ao board of agrlcul tute'. now secietii' of the Sluto Dairy As-oclatlon, The ) .ire assocl itesl togeth er In the public. itiui of the Optic The assault has Housed great tesent meiit and Dunham wi'l bo vlgoiouslv pros ec'iiled. County Alt nicy Will Lripet vias at Jefietson Cltv ,ii tho tlim of the at tack, hut was tele emptied to, and wins! vesterda) that In- uld be lioino .Monday to look aftci the iiutter. DOLEWAS MARKED FOR CAPTURE IIiith WilH it Well I orilieil lto.vnllst C'on splrai) in Hawaii C'ein-pliiilurs In elall. San Francisco, Jan C (I'er steamer Chi na. Honolulu, Dec d ) The pie Ilinlnary i"t umliiatlon of the alleged coiibpiiauts took place last We'ek, aid thiee of them have been held for trl il without ball, The main witnesses for tin' pioceutlon weio spies lu tho employ of th" goveiuiueut, who woiiucd themselves Into the i-onlldeuie of tho conspliators and when the propel time came e,ave the whole thing nu.ij According to tho testimony of tho wit nesses of tho government, there w.us a de liberate plot to obtain possession of the government building and all the prominent suppoiters of the lepubllo who to be stir lounded and attested let their humes by details of tho consplratois. The govern ment detectives e-ven obtained complete lists of those who weio to bo atcsted. Among them were 'resident Dole, 1 Is cab lnit otlleeis, members of the eecutlvo and advlsoiy council, newly elected niem be is of tho legislature, custom hoiise.nitny and police otllclals, Tlio conspliators claimed to h.ivo somo 2,0") stands uf units, and the suppott of tho nntives, but tho tilal developed tho fact that tho natives took no stock In the allulr and Hint the conspli.tey was Dim pi) gotten up by a g ing of disc outt-uied whites and h ilf white. lYe'sIdeitt Dole has lectlvcd an ntito. giaph letter front I'resldoiit ilnutt, of Chill, recognising tlio now republic Rev, Douglass 1' lllemle.of Austin, Mass , has been oltetcd th" pistotato of the Cep. tial Union chinch hero, the largest and tlncst lu tho city. New (lirl-llin Silmiei CIiiikIi, Boston, Jan. 0, Clulsti in scientists of Boston unel ot tho whole country were In tel esteel In tho iledleallun of un elaborate cdlllce. erected b) that beet, which took place Itere to-da) A gieat throng of peo ple gathered In this city fiom every btato In tho Union in auticlpitlou of tho eunt, and to-day tho seivie.es li.ul to bo icpeated four times, in ordei that tho people pres ent might witness tho exercises. Tho building Is of blown stone, tho aichlteu. tine Roman und Is finely finished Inside. The windows uie stained glass, lepieseut Ing vailous elogmas held by the scientists. The cost was moio thun $.''W,0-e,), ''ho dedication conslsteel of a solo ami con giegatlonil felutflug, leading of Seilptuies, extracts from "Science and Health" ami the "Book of Chilatlan Science" by Dr. J. roster Ildd), tho adopted sou of tho mother und founder of the sect, auslstcd by Ilr, S. J. Iltuniu, after which Mrs. Hen. rletta Claiko Rends lead a sermon writ ten for the occ-rdon by the Bev. Man Uddy, the foundei of the boclet). The new chuich btarts on Its coun,e en tirely free of debt. Charles Itotbroik Caplurcd. Gutlule, O. T., Jun. 6. (Special.) Deputy marshals to-da) captured In the Sac and fox county Chuiles Itotbroik, who is charged with stealing a horse" mid bu-gy lu Randolph, Kas., several months ago. QUIET I TOPEKA. l'OMlHJIASM l,l, TOOK A Itl.sr IMI I III! i Mill VI II, ntiit- TURMOIL WILL BEGIN TO-DAY, is coM'i. ni:i i it i i.oitinn,), w n,i, III! "1 HU t'Allt i h mmiim.i:. Itegiirel lei Other ('iilidldnles for or- 111 III I'lisll tons I line Is 1 .1 1 tic lie tin. Ho loforonilloo-liullnt S)s- t, iii lii the ('ninus Hud- noil's Chant, s. Topple l, Kas , Jan C.-(Sperlal.) The pol iticians nil took a lest to day and nothing ot linpoitaneO has transpired. It Is con ceded that Hon. Chillies Lobdi II will be the mucus nominee for speaker. All othci nominees arc In doubt, though theie ap peals to be a slight gain lu the forces of John (. lto.vce, the candid ite tor spcakct. The icason for this gain Is the fact tint he Is the only candidate for any position fiom tho SKth eongiesslonal dlsttlet. This Imiinlng's Capital comes out In n double-lca'elid editorial against the ballot s.stem of voting In the e incus to-muitow. It Is believed by many that the vote on this question will bo a test of Major Hud son's sttcligth for the olllre of stato ptlnt cr. He Is turning eveiy effoit for a vice Voce vote ami his opponents are either Itt Tivor of the ballot s)stem or say they do not cnio which method Is adopted. If tho caucus decides to-iuoitow on the ballot s)stcm, It will bo selcel bv the opposition is ntt omen of the dcfeit ot the niijoi. It Is probable that the caucus on state printer will bo helil cither I'rldny or Sit uiday ot net week, though the election docs not occur until Tuesd ly, the 15th, .siiiBi.r tt ii.i, in; i;i.oi;iii:i). Pops Will Neiinhi ilo lllie. ns Speaker ot the Ivan' is Heeei-ec. Topek i, Kas., Jan fi (Special) At n caucus of the l'optillst meinbeis ot the house It was virtually determined to pre sent the n line of W. D Street, of De eattir county, as tl'ie p.uty's candidate for 'speaker A final caucus to select all of the candidates will be held on itond iv night Theie will be thlit) -thiee Populists In tho house, as against ninety-one Re public ins. No Troops at tine liiailgur.il. Topeka, Kas, Jan. C (Special) The state otllclals hive decided not to spend in of the moiii') of the state In bringing the Kansas National Gtiniel to Topeka to take ini i In the lnaiigui.il cclebiatlou on lanitii) 11, and such of the gunidsnun is come' will hive to pay all of theli own expenses. As a consequence, it Is not likely the guard will be here as .m or ganization, though a rite of one faio was seemed on the lallroads A GALLANT SOLDIER DEAD. (irneral l'ost, Member of Congress I'roiii Illinois, 1! is GeulQ tn Ills ltrst. Washington, Jan. (, General l'hlllp Sid ney l'ost. member of congress from the Tenth di-ttlct of Illinois, elled at the HjiiiiI 'oii hotel In this city this morning aftci an Illness of but one d iv. His death was from heait falluie', lesultlng fiom acute casii ItK l'oi some time he had been stif le ling at Inteivals with .attacks which ph)sclms pronounced (l)spepsli, but he altcnded to his duties unremitting'). He pass, d the hoIidavH at his home' In Illi nois unci icached Washington Wedtieselnv Billy Situtdii) inuinlng ho was m leel with an ntt.uk of his old trouble, which did not, howevei, ussume serious form until evening Dining the night he.att falluie set lu and for some bonis befoto his death which occulted at 130 o'clock this morn ing, the plDslcIaus coulel detect haidly niiv pulsebeat, Al i s l'ost nnd son, W. S. I'ost, weie with him. Theie Is .-mother von, 'tulip S l'ost, a lawyer. In Chicago The. Illinois delegation In congress will hold a meeting at 11 o'clock to-niortow moinlng to take appiopilato action nnd the housu will adjourn after the leading of the journal, Tho usual committees fiom tho house and senate will bo appointed to act as an ccoit of the body to Illinois. Tho fnueial party will have Washington at S o'clock to-inonow night, will arrive lu Chlcigo Tuesday night and tho funeinl seivlees will be held In Galesbiug, HI., piobnbly Wcelnesduy afternoon. There will be no seivlees 111 this city. General l'ost wus best known through his billlhint military phi vices In the rebel lion, where he won high rank and distinc tion with great rapidity, WJicn the war began he was appulnte-il second lieutenant of the rifth Illinois inl.intty. After tho first Mlssouil campilgn ho lieenmo m.ajot and eight months after his enlistment was made eolonel of the rifty-nlnth Illinois fot Cillantiy at the battle of 1'e I Ridge, lu which he was bully wounded. Befoie be was able to mount his horso without ns-Hlstiiuee he ri'Jnlued tlu Hoops, then burning foiward to Coilnth, was at onco .assigned to the command of a brlsade. I'rom iluy, IM, to the clo-o of tho war he was constantly at tho fiont In tho Army of the Cumberland, ns Hist urg.inleil, ho commanded tho l'lmt bri gade, I'lrst division of the Twentieth army corps, from Its fnim.itlon to the dissolution of the- corps a brigade conspicuous In nil the engage incuts of that in my under Gen eral Roseeians. With It he commenced the h.attla of Stemo liver, diovc the enemy buk several miles and captured Lee town. During the Xtlnnti eainpilgn he was nans, ferred to Geneial Wood's tllvislou of the Bom th eorps unci when tho latter was wounded it the bittle of Lovejoy station, took coiumiii'l ami loturued with It tn Ten nessee to opjeoso the progiess of the enemy north, On December 1"), 191 1, in Hie Nashville fUhting he en i led iloiitgomny Hill at the point of the biyouet, ntul in tri next di's lighting fell dangeioiisly wounded while li-tiling an i.ssault on Ovciton Hill In Jul), lXii, lie was 'Uen COIUIilHild of the wi'Stern dlsttlet of Texas anil icm lined until the withdrawal of tho Trench fiom ilis.ico lemoveq thu danger of military compile atlOllel. General I'ost's civil caicer has been an eventful one. lie was born Mutch IS, ISJ3, In Kloiida urangu count). N. , was giaduateel fiom Union college In 1S55, prac Heed law in Kansas, wheie he also edlteel a nowspapct, and In Illinois. After tho war, In lw), he was nppplntid consul to Vienna; was promoted consul general for Austria Hungary in 1STI. resigned 111 1S7J; was cominander of tho Depaitment of Illi nois, G A ' , lu IS'S'i, and was a Republican member ' congress for four tcuns, begin ning with the fiftieth convicts. The Xuwet at Oalesbeirg. aalesburg, 111., Jan. C The news of tho death of Cougrebsman P. S. l'ost ptofound ly shocked this comiuunlt), with which Mi, l'ost has for to many )ears been identified tie whs d) popular lu Gulesburg und on ull sides uie heal el cxptcsslons of sorrow. When he left here last Tuesday morning he bald to his physician that he never felt bcttei. It wus not known heio that he was sick. The funeral will be held Wcdnesdiy afternoon under the auspices of the U. A. It. I'xpuscil Hie Gamblers. Omaha, Jan. 6. The Deo to-day printed a. uago cipoic of the gamblers of South Oni.ihn. ho.v tlw v secure 1 Immuiiltv from I dl. e lute rfe i-e ne e. by the pa) nient of larue i ms to utile IhK iievvsiipe r rcporte rs an I Others line te'pell Ie t-s Were engage el 111 " i nrillrf the e vide tie e for several Weeks an I I a tiuinbe r of people wcre Involved Willi We to not Known to b itite-restrd In pro le i ting mil ill i unburn. To-nlbht the hoiscs nre e Ui-, d HAMPTON DISCHARGED, tliulge Itu, bwitlli r H, pi Ills rrotnUie unel Itefii-e el tei sum iie.lt r thee .ti nt, il Mult, Cincinnati, O, Jan i Judge Hue hwalle r Vestelelll) el, live I e c) all l 1 ibotll te clpllltull 111 the ease eif the' c xttii.ttti.ili of the Rev A S Hampton, colonel, ,1, iiundid b) Ken tuck) foi shooting and wounding n ill. Dtmhiim In Green touiity W he it Hnmploh was first before the eourt his honor had refused to elellvif hltu uiilesb he had as stitanie rrom lb" governor nt Kentucky (i ml flout the Judge of the trial coutt that llnmplou would be piotected fiom mob vluletiee nnd that he would be- given a fair tilal The touit said no such assur iilue hail b-iMl tccelved He- found both the Indictment nnd the icqulidlluii defective' lu foiin, but mi the broader gioiiliel of se curing the lights of the piKonci, the court held that he vmih Jiistlilcel lu tefusltig to sun "tide r Hampton. Tin preMiinptlon that he would din without hgul process If sent buk hid not been u butted b) piueiC of niiv kind, ''lie colli t , lied statistics of nineteen 1) tunings lu Uentuck) within n i oinpai.iHvi Iv sliuit time and lecatled the fait Hint one of th" victims hud been sitl icndeied b this eotitt. The- coutt felt she obligation to pet feu in a moral dtit) lit this ease which e oiild nut be tiifotc, d by man ilamiis orothn pi 01 ec dings He was will ing to letnund the' prison, i ii on ptopit In dlitment unel reeiiilsllloti If the governor or other aiithot III. s had piovldcd a force to piolci't hltu fiom vlolenco ami Insure an Impaitlal tilil This hid not been Joti" nnd the coutt felt bound to .lis. lunge the piisonii. ho much Intel est was iken lu the case that other ludgcs left Ihelr benches to listen to the deltvci) ot II e cotttt's decision. REED'S RULES IN THE HOUSE. It Is Uii, ,'rl Aeloc llll Whether 'I .y Will lie t. il lit J.etT, (seen (it,. JefTeison Clt), ilo, Jan C -A icport was 111 clictilitlon list night tint the com mittee on niles would favor the adoption ot Reed's lilies lu the house and would so icpott. While a majority of the house (ominlttee Is In favor of lie eel's lilies, some ot them question the piopriety ot ideiptlng them nt this time. Smith's digest of Jcr fn son's nibs Is famlllii to all the old members. Only a majoiltv vote Is neces sai) to amend them and under those cir cumstances. If or, islon should ailse, and If legislation were being Impeded bv p irty suite lu the house, the niles could be nmendeil and the saving cluu-es of Reed's niles adopted. Hint, ot Putnam, Tubbs, of Os.i(,e, Pettljorm, ot Linn, and other old tn.'iiiliirs think It might be tinwl-e now to nelopt the latter a) stem The) have no decslto lo mouse itnneccssaiv p tssions and prejudices Quite a nuinbei of Repub licans hi the house are with them In theli position It Is eccdlngl doubtful whether Reed's tides uie to be favorably ie ported or not the committee has not de e Ided. Bothwell ami Tatutn have been se lected to repoit a bvstem of titles to the eomnilttee, which will nftetwaids make Its upon to Hi" house s ilr. Bothwell Is tnw In Sedalla, and ns he will not return until Wednesday, no icport can be mado until Hi it time. WANTS -THE WHITE-MEN OUSTED Judge l'ail.er. of tikiiisns, Has a I'lan to M,ilrc I.,,,,, in the' li'irltor). Washington, J m H United States Judge P.atkor, ot the Western district of Aik.au s is, spent some time )c-teieln) with mim bets ot the ecimiiiltt, on iciiltorles and Hie committi'e on Indlin aflalis. The Judge, niioiig otbe i things, s i) s that the Mato inent found In the te jioit of the Dawes i om- mlsblou to th. oft 1 1 that JOO mtirdcis Wile eommltted in the Indian countiv In one mouth Is Inc cricct and foi the spice of time elcslgnuteel bv the commission oul) live niindets weie ne tu.i'ly euinmltted. The hulge Is opposed to any ridlcal changes In that comitiy, but has one in w suggestion, not coveieel b) leglslulon. He wants, the United Stiles to tun all the while people out of the live tiibcs and keep them out. This Is his jil in to In In about quiet ami peace lu thu lountiy. .Should this be done lie s.i) s the Indians will eotno Into the Union within llttcen )c.us of their own ac cord. KANSAS HISTORICAL SOCIETY. the Annuel VI, .ting Will Ilo II. 1,1 hi 'lo. p lea nil thee I otll lll-t. Topeka, J m (Special) The Kansas State Illstoiieul Socle t) will meet In Tel pekn on Tucsda) evening, Jaiiunry 1,1. Tho piofaraiuiiii Ine lucks Sec total y Adams' annual tepoit and the annual aetdicss by the president, V J. Line lion A. R. Giccne, of Lecompton, will delhei an ad dles upon tho subject, 'Chimney Coiner Chat on tho Rattle, of Wilson's Creek " 'Romance uf Kansas lllstotv" Is the sub ject to bo handled bv Piofessor A. S, Otln, of Liwienci', nnd lion. John C. f-peer, of Garden City, will lelate "ineidenls of the Pioneer Coiulli t ' The bo ml ot dlicctois will meet In tho rooms of the society on the afternoon of J an lino 1", and tiiusuet whatevei busi ness Is to ionic' beloie the bo ml pi lor to the evening meeting. SENATOR VEST NOT CHIPPER. Ill) 'ice, us to Ite Mournful anil il, I in, holy 1 .1 Un Mine thn ICttut l.lc, tloiu.' Washington, Jan. 0 (Special ) Senator Vest uppc ns dcpicssed When In tho senate Ids bead beats down on his chest and his shiit front is eitimpleil up, and ho has that coll ipsed look. This is par tic ulaily notice able sine e the dec Hon III the da)8 of the siigai tin Ilf bill, when theio was much going on lu the little sub committee of wide h the sen nor was a. member. It was not this way. Then tho senator was veiy miiih In ivldence. But that appeals to have passed away, Jiibt lor a time. It is expcele'd tha. things miy levlve, as f.u as nntteis heie nro con cerned but the thought that be Is next to lie called upon b the voters of the grc it si etci or Missouri rorce.s ttseir on his mind, even In the fieo ot new complications made by the senate. ELKINS AGAINST THE FIELD. Coulot for I nil, it states Senator In W, nt V Ii'tfiiei.i II, , llrimght Out I lie t'tliuliil ite. Parkersburg. W. Va Jan. 0 Tho leglsl i turo meets at Chaileslott next Wednesiliy. An exeeedhigl) Intel csting light Is on for tho United Jitaies senator from West Vli glnla to sucicid Sen itor J, N Camden Theie are the candidates, vli : N. li. Whltaker, of the I'list consitbslonal dis trict: G. C SturgU of the Second, John B, Hovel, of the lliild; John A. Hutclilu son, of tho I'ouith, und S, II, Ulklns, of the Second, It will be Ull. Ins against tha lluld. with tho present prospects favorable to Ulklns, Tho election of senator occum Januut) ii. SqualibUe Over I'ees. Independence, Kas., Jan. (!. (Special.) A legal controversy has arisen over the law pasted by the last, legislature reducing the salaiics of the ullicers of Montgom ery county. The law applies to all tho county otllclals, but takes effect at differ ent times, und fur this reason ha3 been deelaicel unconstitutional by Judgo ile Cue, of tho dlsttlet comt, but, notwith standing this decision, the county coinmls sloneis refuse to pay to tho otllclals tho money duo them. The case will be ap pealed to the supreme court. CANNY WAS SCARED. AriiAto tn: wont.li hi: iiot ii inn mm oih:) t hi: oami. hi: SIGNED LISTS UNDER DURESS. hiim.isi.ws riMH.r.v oriT.itr.ii to I'.VV HIM I (lit "IIIIIMI ItlOIII." WAS EXPECTED TO SEE NOTHING l'ltl.M'll'AI, IIIIIV III' CANNV AS ONI op i in: i:i,i crio.v ,hihoi. A I'roiiilM' Wuilc 'I hat Ho Would Ite Tele, n Cure Of and (IIkii u Good, I'n) lug Olll,,' 'I rip to Jef ferson t Ity, The Journal this morning prints the final Installment of tin. testimony of T, J. Canny lu the Jamlson-Bremcimaiiii contest case. It follows: (.'. Kindly tell us what the illness was. A. t wns Informed b) ilr. I'lndley that It lien wan any "monkey business" over the to In an) shape, way or form that ilr. ilotilson anil Mr Bogus would commence) to shoot, and under those circumstances I eel tilled to those fne ts. ij Did )oit ccitlfy to those facts under uitli7 A. 1 ceitlllcel under duress. tj. Would you have reg.trdeel It us "mon key busln.-ss" to hnvo certlllcd to tho Until'.' A. I undctstood by "monkey bust ness" to mean that It theie was any low, or mi) thing i.ibed up theie, these iicopla weio Id shoot, und I know they would have shot (' W unlet It lnr rnlscel a low It you had lifiived to ccitlfy to a r" " A. If I had lefuscil to certify to that Ile I feir that I would have been killed and t know I would have been. Q Win did joti go there In duress? A. I expect, el that I was going 1 did not cvpeit that I wits going to be put over tin re to be made u thief of. 1 went tbcio as an honest cltiren i. Whole did ) oil have this conversation, with ilr i'lndley when he said they would shoot" A I h id Dint conversation with ilr. rinclle) Sunday night befoie the election, Q What did )ou understand hlin to me in" A. I undeistood hltu to mean that If .fn) of the witnesses, or any ot them made any objections to the actions ot ilr. Rogers ntul ill. Moirlsou that they would be killed. ij Well, lr )ou did not expect any wrong to be done, how did jou Itnplv fence to his tin eat.' A. I Implied foi ce to his threat because I knew that Roge rs and Morrison would shoot at the drop of the hat. Q Would shoot at "the drop of the li.it?" A Yes, sli , It thcto was any monkey busi ness 1 ill Canny, did )ou make any effort befoie vou signed this cot till ate bete did vou in ike an) eftort to have the truth cer tified to.' A. I calltel ilonlson over and said wo would have to act accotdltig to law, and ilonlson hds "d n the law," I told hlin that a couple of times, and ho madii-thc'.s.uiercply. the same way each time. I understood that Morrison was to give- thu Demociatlc ticket 175 majority In that pieclncl. i.) Now state what you ,111 to secure or pioeuie a tiuthful eertlllcnti' showing what the tuts icully weie. A. I could not do an) thing. i.) v.oti could not do an) thing' A. No, sli, foi I was poweiless. (.' Did joii tiy to do an) thing? A. No, sli, foi It was useless ! Did )qii make any eftort to do any thing' A. 1 only c tiled ilonlson back tin re to the back dooi and told him lint we' would have to go aecoieliug to law, and he said "d n the 1 ivv " When th ) wen, signing the i turns 1 took anil Went aw a), and did not want to higii tho re'tttins, and ill Hanson sIkiu I them, but ilejtrlson said "et u vou, ilcm i vou sign that. I want Canny to "Ign It ' ami then ilonlson drew two vertieul lines or hori zontal lines through Hansi n s mime, and 1 signed my mine light above It Tho other piper like this the diipb etc of this Is written bete where my n i in, appears, Is wiltten the name of Th, o N 11 insen. ilor ilson said "(!-d d n inn, Hansen don't ou sign that, I want Canny to sign that," and with that Moirlsou drew two hoiUou lal lines thtoiigh his name, and my naino vi. is Inserte'el ov , r Hansen's. Q. Now will )oii tell me what ) on did, It anything, befoie )OU appended this sig nature nuclei j on i oath to a falsehood, to have the liuth cei tilled f A 1 stopped them from snatching the tall) sheet, and I cuutlunrd th-'in one,, or tiw" against doing what they wen- dolnt, but it did not avail uii)ihliig. I. Now at the time )Oti slenod this elec tion lettirn In the Ulfty-se-tond pie'emct, did x on not know It was a lie' es, sir. Q. And on know It now.' A os, sir t,. Now, do )ou mean to be undeistood ns su)lng that )ou would eertit) to il fn!"chood under )uur oith anil poijum jourseNr, without making an attempt to keep fiom dolnw It, ni letuslng to elo it? A. I signed it lindei dm ess, because I knew If I did not, that I would bo ahot i.' Did any of the pintles exhibit a weapon to ou' A ill .Morrison told me belore I went Into that booth that ho would bo aimed nnd I knew ho would bo aimeil, and that Mr. Hogcis. would bo aimed Q Why did ) on go theie ' A Tn servo til) count!)- as a Judgo of election, unci do it honcstl). y. And do )Oii call serving )our country honestly, cerllf)lng to a falsehood under oath.' A. It Is thu only thing 1 coull do under tho cliciiinstaucis. Q. Now. was the cither rerllllcate )Ott signed a copy of this ono." A. They weio m.iele out lu duplicate. i. And )ou signed both of them? A. Yes, ilr. Q. And ou knew they were absolutely; and unconditionally false.' A. Yes, sir, Q, Ami ou knew that )ou were acting under )our oath of olllco us u Judgo ot election ,' A, Its, bli Q. Now, you stated this iiiiitnlng In )our examination, .Mr, Canny, that Mr. I'lndley told you that If 5 cm diet rlhht lu that mat ter ho would pay )ou f30.' A. Yes, sir Q That is what ho told you? A, Yes, blr. t. What did )ou say to htm? A. I told him that I did not want any money at that lime or nt any other time, but if ho would do me a favor some time 1 would act as a Judge ot election, Q. In consideration that ou would act for your counny and bervo our country, ilr. I'lndley was to do )0ii a favor soma time? A. 1 tol'l hlin that possibly he could do me a fanr somo time. Q In consideration of )our doing your duty ns a Judge of election? A. I said I would go over theie and serve as a Judge of election for Mr, rind lev's kindness in having uie appointed, nnd If he could do uie u favor of any kind ut uny time Q, Well, what kind of a favor what weio )ou to do to meitt his fuvorf A. 1 vvas to fee nothing that was the only thing I vvas to do, and Mr, I'lndley wus to see that 1 wus distributing judge so that 1 would not bee an) thing. Q. The boys weto to do the work und Mr. Owsley vvas to fix It "finer than sill: after It got to his olllce." (J. Now, then, lu consideration of all that, Mr. Uludley vvas to do ou a favor? A. Yes, sir; I mean lie was to do me a, favor If I ever called cu him for It. Q. You mean to say that Instead of c