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n"iff s,.i, Vol. IV. Calumet. Houghton County. Michigan. Tuesday. January. 28. 1896. Nc. 6. YourOppoptunity To Get a Suits or Over coat at a Bargain. ...NOTE OUR REDUCTIONS, Men's Suits, 1-4 off. ---Boys' Suits, I -4 off? -Childrens Suits, i-3 off. Overcoats at Cost. ED HAAS & CO THE HIGH GRADE ...riaiius., Grand, Inverted Grand, and Upright. Constructed in the bet ponfible manner, under the immediate and watchful rare of one of the mit expire piano-builder in the country, and poHWMfing many valuable Improvements, fouud io no oth-r piano, tboj entulr take rank an the ingiicoL ui 111511 vjii auco. The Wonderful Tono and Remarkable Durability ol the Mehlin llano is attend to by eminent artints throughout the country. Joseph Hermann, "IZu Calumet. NORTHWESTERN BENEVOLENT SOCIETY Of Duluth, Minnesota, is the Largest Company in America Paying for Sickness, Accident and Death. Annual Statement of its Policies Issued. Paid Jan. 1, 1892, 222 Jan. 1, 1S93, 9,950 Jan. 1, 1891, 21,517 Jan. 1,1803,. 29,065 Dec, 1,1893, 3G.152 Pays both sick and Accident Benefits of from $20 to $100 per month, You may take as little or as much of each as desired. Paid in claims to policy holders, "early $100,300 Paid in claims to Duluth policy holders, over 15,000 No liabilities. No claims due and unpaid. No claims in litigation. References: Insur ance Commissioner, St. Paul; R. G. -Dun & Co.; Bradstrcet's Mer cantile Agency; Marine National Bank, Duluth. v cry Liberal Offers are made to reliable agents in territory, commissions and renewal. Call on or address the General Manager. Special Inducements made to those who insure within the next sixty days. Call at once. 707,708, 709, 710 Palladio Building, .Duluth, Minn. J- P-JOHNSON, O. C. HARTMAN, ' President. Vice-President. V. D. CLIKF, General Manager. CAPL E. ABBAHilROX. Lock Box 65, - Marvelous Growth. to Members. Cash Surplus. None $12,708.50 44,733.14 09,822.51 93,032.18 $71 $ 5,211.74 17,721.22 18,519.71 20,178.05 0 Dislrict ail Lacal Aica!, Calumot, Mich. Wanted to Give the Turkish Min ister His Passports. THE AMENDMENT IS VOTED DOW.N. Siitaton Caused In th IIoum by Ilia Iowa Member The Two New Senator from CUh Bworn In Cannon Gats tha Long Tann and llrown tha Short On Ameri can Ketluent In the- Trausvaal Appeal to Secretary Olney. Washington. Jan. 28 Tho two son a- tori from tho new state of Ulali, Frank J. Cannon and Arthur Brown, were on the floor of the senate Monday for the first time. They were the center of an ani mated group In tho roar of the chamber, HUNK J. CAXSO.V. ARTHCB BROWS, whero senators gathered to extend to them a warm welcome. Thore wm aodod In terest In their arrival owing to the rotes on tho silver bond bill, tu which they are expected to participate. Tho Induction of tho Utah, senators occurred Immediately' after the chaplain's' Invocation, Dubois presenting the credentials of Cannon and Harrows thoso of Drown The credentials were rend and being In duo form the two now senators proceeded to tho desk of tho vice president whore, with uplifted hand, tho oath of olllco was taken Caution Gets I.ong- Terin. llrown was assigned a desk in the roar and extreme left of tho chamber and Can non immodiatoly lefore him. The Utah senators then drew lots and Cannon won tho long term, expiring March 3, 18W, and llrown the term until March s, 131)7. 1 taker presented a petition from Mrs. Waller, wifo of the ex-United States con sul in Madagascar, reciting her husband's arrest, his trial by a drum-head court and his transmutation in chains to a French prison. Mrs. Waller's petition recites: "Hy these acts France has hold my hus band, an American citizen, as an impris oned felon for the past ten months, antI believe and am sure that had my husband been a subject of Great Britain he would have long sinco been released." As an American woman, Mrs. Waller asks the American congress to take suit able action. At 1 o'clock Hansbrough addressed the senate on tho resolution in structing tho secretary of agriculture to execute tho laws concerning the dlstlbu tion of seeds, cte. House Proceedings. In the lioufo Monday a bill was poised on morion of Towne of Minnesota to amend tho art of lsSJ for the relief and civilization of the Chippowas so aa to per mit the secretary of the Interior, In his discretion to sell the pine lands in their reservations in blocks of 100,000 acres or less. Somo 4,000 000 acres are to be bold under tho act of lbS9. Ilepburn'of Iowa gave not ico of an amendment to the Ar menian resolution, now under discussion, instructing tho president to give tho Turkish minister his passports and end diplomatic relations with Turkey. Hltt, chairman of tho foreign affairs commit too, rebuked Hepburn for his extraordi nary proposal to sever dlplomatlo rela tions with a friendly power. "We want no relations with that mur derer," replied Hepburn. Hcpburu's amendment to tho Armen ian resolution to glvo tho Turkish minister bis passports and thus sever all dlplomatlo relations with Texas was defeated by ft vote of 19 for to VI agalnt. AI'IKAL rilOU TRAXSVAAL. Americans There Ask for Diplomatic Rep resentation. WamiinuTO. Jan. 23. Secretary Olncy hn received by cable an appeal from the American residents at Johannesburg nravlns that a diplomatic representative of tho United Plates bo sent into tho Transvaal to look after their Interests. Nothing I said lu the cablegram in the way of direct suggestion that our govern i.w.i.k Intervene to secure from the Trans- Vital government fair treatment politically far resident Americans, a proem iu. Tnit..,i states 1 without a dlplomatlo rep- sesentatlve in all Africa save in Liberia, and all of our dlplomatlo business wun that continent Is douo through the mo .ii.a Mh United States representatives at tho home governments of the African colonics in burope. It is only within the pant two years that h... had oven a consular officer at Johannesburg, and he Is nothing more than an agent, accoumaoio to me umw-u Stales consul at Capo Colony, Mr. Knight. Tho president might of his own Instance send a commissioner to the Transvaal for a f pedal occasion, but if It Is desired to .....i..,.i m. m rm.ineut dlDlomatlo repre sentative there, which recent events would seem to indicate is necessary, tms can bo done only by authority of congress, which must make the appropriation for tho minister's salary and the expenses of tho legation. It Is probable that a recom mendation to this effect will be made shortly. Mcl'liersoa Is Mentioned. Washington, Jan. 23 Kx-Senator Me Phcrson was mentioned very frcquontly Monday morning as the late ambassador ltunyon's successor. A .correspondent asked Senator Smith of New Jersey about It He said, with ft deprecating gesture: "Oh it is too early to speak of such thing now." Then he jumped Into ft cab aud was driven rapidly to the White House, where he is registered as one of tho president's first visitors of the day. Pencil n the Mate Ipartiuent. Wasiunoton, Jan M -As the result of an investigation Into the aooounts of the state department, treasury experts have found a greater deficiency than existed In tho accounts of Librarian Spoff,rd. The t.,tal deficiency sj fr amounts, it Is said, totrdOoo, aii.ltlwsum may be increased by the investigation now being nadelnto w hat is known as the trust fund Mxnelek ns for I'eaee. Home, Jan. CS -E nptror Menelek has sent letters t King Humbert by ao Ital ian tr.y!er ft-kl-j that Italy appoint pi",,liontu,r tc rr.n term. U p c. PRIEST LCOVER3 LOST MONEY. urct urul Apval (or a I'ari-lner Made lt Mllaaukwo Ctii' cU. MlLWAUKCK, Jan. 2S. La.t Thursday M. A. Bullock lit a roll of money amounting to 11,127, whero or how he hod no Idea beyond that it must have been dropped somewhere in the upper part of the east sldo. In his ditre ho went to Fathor Hoyorinskl of St. Kodwlg's church and besouaht his as-lstancvj to tho extent of questioning members ut his c jngrefro tlon. This Father Uoyozln-kl readily promised. Sunday at church sTvltM, whon tho building was filled with worshippers. Fa ther Itoyozlnskl ktcpix-d forward and suld he had boon informud that a largo sum of money had been lost on tho hi recti within the confines of St. Hedwlg's parish by a young man who could 111 atford to part with It. If uny person lu o congrega tion hod found the money he wanted hint or her to notify him at once, so that the good namo of the parish might be pre served. After service John Sohlotjoman of IK!5 Itoclue street, carno forward and handed the priest the roll intact, saying bo had found it on tho street and hod held it for some ono to advert! hU loss. Fa ther Royozlnskl had tho pi jasuro of turn ing the money over to the rightful owner, who was overjoyed at Its recovery. CAPTURED AFTER A FIGHT. Notorious Cntthrowt Vinl lu the lands of Ottt . WicniTA, Kan , Jan. Hattlesnako Bill, tho notorious cutthroat who killed young Howard Roberta, lu his father's holiso at Isabella, last week, Is in tho hands of the officers. Ttjo vlt-llance com luittCO kept tip the pursiii hi the inunleref for twoJity-llvo Jullr au 3troUjht hiiq to. bay in the Gyp .hills. ' horsrf gafe out, or ho might have C4c,cji-d Into tho In dian Territory. It took t' hour to dis lodge the murderer, who utrcuchod him self behind rocks and fought desperately until his ammunition gave out. The mob came near lynching him, but finally concluded to turn hiiu over to the authorities at Vilas. This was done, and the vlgilautos dispersed. Afterwards the news that the boy's mother was likely to die as a result of the blim k and excite ment spread and another mob was organ ized with tho Intention t taking Rattle snake Bill from tho uffit ers and lynching him. They were thwarted, as tho prisoner bad been hurried out of their reach. Kaiser Alurius tlin Troops, BERLIN, Jan. 8S. Kmpcror William alarmed the Berlin garrison at an early hour Monday morning, the occasion being hlsjblrthday. There wus a reception in.tho white hall of tho Bchloss in tho forenoon, and later ho gave the. password to tho troops. His majesty has conferred the Cross of Grand Comukander of tho IIo hcnzollern family upon l'rinee Hohen loho, tho imperial chancellor, and ho has decorated the minister of husbandry, Baron von Hammersfein-Loxten, with tho Order of the Red Ragle. His majsty was born Jan. 27, IS jit, and became em peror June, 15, 18ss. Illinois Republic:' I ovefat . 6FU.INGFIF.LI, Ills., JA.r. 23. ThN town has been captund by tho Uower of tho Republican party' of Illinois, and tho much talked of lovofcast may bo said to have begun with sunrisa Monday morn ing, althouuh the formal proceedings will not be begun until lo o'eUtek Tuesday morning. Tho battle between tho most of candidates was foiii'ht out Monday and by the tltr.o that the htato central commit tee shall have met and transacted tho business intrusted to If, tho fate of sever al aspirants will have been decided Keiiooner Given I'p a Loot. Glolxesteic, Mas., Jan. VS. John 1. Wonson & Co,, owners, formally an nounced Monihvy that they have given up as lost tho schooner John W. Bray and crow of fourteen men. Tho John W. Bray sailed from this port Nov. 19 for a tour week's trip to tho llshing banks, and since that date has not boen sighted, nor has any word been heard from her. It Is believed sho was wrecked In tho fierce gales of Dec. 11 and 1'.'. Her eaptaiu was Alexander McCleod of Cape Breton moody I-ed of Patrick McMalton. NEW York, Jan. 23. Driven to frenzy by brooding over wrongs he thought were perpetrated upon him Patrick McMahon, son of a rich ex-enrpenter, delilerately, uf tor careful calculation, hacked the heads of his undo and aunt with an at.- Thtic injuries may prove fatal. He tried to justify his deed 'by charging that they poisoned his mother and separated him from his father, but neighbors suy tho chargo is the raving of a diseased mind. footpad Sehmldt Mmj le. ST. I'Al'L, Jau. 28. S.un Foster and Pete Schmidt, two of the murderers of Bertram A. Atwater of Chicurs who were brought to tho hold-over in St. Louis Friday night to save them from lynching, were taken to Clayton Sunday and lodged in tho county jail. Dr. Kichler of Web ster Grove, who U attending John Schmidt, the wounded robber, stated Mon day that he thought the wound would prove fatal within two days. Coal Miners on Mrike. JoilXfcTOWX, Pa., Jan. 23. Between four and five hundred men, employed nt the coal mines at Vlntonville, this county, have gone on a strlko owing to tho coal company having engaged a doctor from Philadelphia under a guarantoo of tHRJ a month for attending to the ills and ail ments of the miners and tho subs, quent action on tho part of the company in de ducting II each from tho men last pay day. Failure In Cigars. Philadelphia, Jan 23 -Henry B. Grauley, one of tho largest cigar dealers In Pennsylvania, Monday made an assign ment for tho benefit of hH creditors to Francis Chunk Crown Mr. Grauley states the assignment was mada necessary by the failure of K Scldcnberg, Steifel &r Co., on whose notes ho was Indorser for about f20,tm tU I 'an I Mill Aground. Sandy Hook, N. J . Jan 2s. Captain Mulligan of the life saving station at Monmouth beach reports no change in the position of the steamer St. Paul Ono lighter load of cargo was setit to New York Sunday night Oih r lighters are en gngod in getting out lh3 remainder o( tho cargo. . ratal Esploalen of Nitro tilyeerlne. LIMA, O Jan. 23. A wagon load. of 120 quarts of nitro gtycerlno exploded at St. Mary's, killing the driver, t.vina.l Fu gals, and two horses. In St. Marys taovi ..m,i. nt itnlLir of dikiaae ii 1ulaU hi L brukA wiudcvrs od oUaxwuu. . -. ... . TFieodoro Runyon, Our Ambas sador to Germany. BBIEF SKKTCII OF HIS CAREER lie H'iu Aiiioiih Ilia first to Go to the front In the Civil War and Has Had the Honorary legre of IX.D. Conferred I'pon lllin Three Times Death at Wash ington of a Son of 1'resldent Tyler Oth er Notable Oeath. Bf.hlis, Jan. 23. Theodore Runyon, United States ambassador to Germany, expired suddenly and unexpectly at 1 o'clock Monday morning of heart failure. Mr. Kunyon awoke at midnight and simplalncd of suffering from a pain in his heart. Dr. Grunar was hastily sum moned and when ho reached the ambassa dor's residence ho found Mr. Runyon un- V TIlEoOollK BL'NVOS. conscious, dying shortly afterward His death was painless and resulted Jroro, heart failure. Only the family of tho am bassador was present at bis be dside when ho passed wav. Mr. llunyon had two previous ut tacks of heart failure, but they wore not considered dangerous. Tho re mains of the United States aruluissadcr' will Ik. iwc -ordetl a htato funeral at tho American ciiiudi hero on Wednesday. Tho liody will bermbalmnd nnd taken t his home at Newark, N. J. U'iii at Mull Run. Theodore Kunyon,- was chancellor of New Jersey from l73 to 137. Ho wu born in New Jersey in 1822, graduated from Yale eo;iciv srulied law and was ndmitte I to practice in 1S4V Ho went to tho Iront with the first Now Jersey brigade witli it commission as brigadier general and was brevetted major general by President Lincoln immediately In con sideration of his prompt arrival. He was io command of thirteen regl menu at tin lh't unttlo of Bull Run, an 1 ths defeat of ' I in; federal forces annoyed hint greatlv. He returned to Newark on theexpiratl hi of his term of servico nnd was elected mayor of that city. In 1S5 he was a caiull'lato for governor, but wns defeated by Governor Ward. In 1373 ho was appointed a commissioner to preparo an amendment to tho tato constitution and later in the same year was appointed' chancellor. He has had tho honorary de gree of LL. D. conferred upon hliu no less than thro times; rii i:m dent tvi.kr's mn dead. L:xplr at Vilintto", Where He Hal Lived Twenty Years. Washington, Jan. 3. John Tylur aged 70, tho eldest son of President Tyler, died hero Sunday. Mr. Tyler ha L lived hero for tho last twenty years. Dur-' lng tho latter part of this period he was employed In the redemption bureau of tho treasury department, having had charge, of tho destruction of tho bank notes sent In for redemption. His figure andatlst cratlc bearing wore well known in Wash ington. Ho was n man of strong Intellect and excellent education. For many years ho had taken an active and vigorous In terest In tcmpcranco work, and hud been a practical and powerful help to tho cause. Tho remains will be Interred here Wednesday. ' ...... :. - :-. - .' " (.. ' : t '. ' ' ! ...... .Uiedin Utal'ulpiU. . ,.y . .V Mil,Wita:tiUtt.v ; J. 23. Th congre gation of tho Cold water (Miss.) Mcthodl-t chuhcli wero horrified beyond uicosum when the pastor, tho Rev. T. B. llar: grove, fell dead In tho pulpit lu tho midst of his sermon Sunday morning. He win repeating tho words "Bellevo la the Lord Jesus Christ and yo shall be saved.". As ho uttered the last word ho turned with an exclamation of "Oh," and fell proue on tho platform. Two physicians, who were in tho audience, rushed to him, but it was too late. Heart disease Is Said to have been the cause. Dead at the Age of 119. McDoNOtu.ll, Go., Jan. 23. Hiram Les ter, ono of tho oldest men In tho world, died hero Sunday in his 12'J year." Ho was born in North Carolina In 17W. Lester's one claim to fame came when he went to tho Piedmont exposition at Atlanta ai.d there on tho exposition grounds divided honors w ith President Cleveland. A publ c ceremony united Ix'stcr and a bride over 70 years of age. Lester's daughter lives In Heard county and Is W years old. His youngest son Is In the couuty poorhouse bc-ro and is W years old. . Millionaire Clubman lead. New Yokk, Jan. 28. Llndley Hoffmim Chnpln, millionaire and clubman, died here Sunday night from heart failure. He had been 111 for some time. Mr. Chapln was well known In society. He was a iuemlHr. of the Calumet, Racquet and Tuexedo clubs. He also enjoyed the close friendship of Archbishop Corrlgan. His grandfather, Chosrer W. Chopin, was for many years tho president of the Boston u:id Albany railroad. !eath of Veteran Jentnatlat. New York, Jan. 8 Philip Ripley &UA In lkdlevue hocpital of BrlghCs dis ease, ai-tl about W yean. Ripley l Jonged to the older guild of New York journalism, llo wus nu editorial writer on '1 ho Wot Id under Manton Marb.e Mid JlurUcrt. - ' Jao I dwia Cwinptielt. J PoMtUoy.' d.T Jan. t James Edwin C.tpi ell "of Chir.ijo, dialect poot and oi-y wrltoV dkd hero Sunday night. lhs repuUlioU CXU)Ud4 OVcT tLo Li-vd biaWa. ' ' 1 . CARNEGIE DENOUNCES. XN-Majror John M I 6 UI Itrlog Charges Against lliiu. j New YoUtt, Jan. 3 Tl:o uncling of the Central Itbor union Sunday vai more than Usually interesting Tho dele gates were addressed by Julln McLui hie, V ho was mayor of Homestead, Pa , dur ing tho fatal riot of tho hkmi cmployl In tho Carneglo Stcvd worls, Mr. McLucklo bitterly denounced Andrew Carucio an I his company. "I have tho evidence against Carneglo iti my possession and I will puh tiu; c iii p my to tho wall if I can. 1 will compel Carnegie to disaorgo tho f J.SjO.u M ho ob tained by Iraul 1mm tlie giverument. By making rot ton armor wi.u h was In advertently plac.ijl on our war-hips hi has Jeopardized tho lives of every sal!or, gunner and l!ljer In our navy, an 1 thu result Is th.it if war hhi;ll ir.ak out between this and any otlur coun try our bhips Would bo found t o- In bad condition and unaMo ti cop with uuy de cent foe. This matter im-.t l pu.I.ed before tho M'UuW, and by God"s will 1 will push it until An lrew Cari.e'i i it paup er. His irjn and steel companies w.-iv u few years (ig ) rated n being w.-rt!i ?7'). OJO.0JO, now they are rated at rr.ly f'1, O0i,UuO, aud when I get liirouh they will bo worth nothing. This woik has o.-t me7,0()i, but if I'hiul seven times f7.no , 0JO I would fpend Hall for tho cauv, an I if I had all tho choice corner lots l heaven and could bdl them 1 would glaii ly dispose of theiu for the piu po-e I Iia lu mind " , Tho qu'"itin of supporting Mr -Mc-Lucklo's crusade was discussed, and us a result a oouimitbte was appointed to ar range lnasmeetlngs to ventilate tlj matter . . '.;:. .. AGAINST ;THE SALCQN. One .U(iuired .tioii- iMtwrij; M;my Ciiv ii.nutl burclie. Cl NCI NX. VI I, Jan. 2S. Thc'ro were (H many as Jod teriu u delivered in us many churches In Cincinnati Sunday r.gain.-t tho salo ns of Ohio and tho country gen erally. Too ministers talked in f ivorof tl.j Haske.l bill, now undi r consideration lu tho legislature. .The Dow law, in opera' tion at present, was vleiuudy attacked Tho services closed w It!: prayers that this law bo repealed. Tho Dow l.ijuor law is clastic In Its operation. The licnse i 15 X) in cities, less in villa.o.s und the coun try. License is easily obtained. Tho sa loons are controllo I by u stui; law tliat Is, as to tho ho".rs of business. The Haskell bill provides f r local op tion by wards and precincts and givu townships und ' municipal au.horities the power to regulate tho business. Tl.o Prohibitionists thluktliat If tlu ll.vkcll law Is passed It will relivotho nmnberot draiiishops two-thirds, and us a ttai'K.u man said: 'It Is liablo to U-( onio a law." The unti-saloon league, with heudquar tjrs at Columbus, U iuw duvcrinj an in lluential bjb'jy lu favor cd tho bill. In cc! ditlontothls nearly every Prulestant tn i. ister In tho state Is preaching one sermon a week against salooos.- WELCH - COLLI tRY HORROR. Largv Nuuber of I'eople Killed by a 1 rightlul L.jlwioii. CAKUIFF, Wales, Jan. 3. A tcrribla explosion has taken place In a colliery ct Tylorstown, near this place. Tho bhafts wcro shattered and the whole town wjs shaken by tho tremendous roncustdou, causing a scene f wild excitement. Fifty-four miners wcru below tho Mirf.uo when tho explosion took plaeo and al though several of them have re ich''d tl.o surface wlih tho dciul hotly of ono o ihe.r oouipaniuus lc supposed that ucarly a.i tho remainder were killed. Itcscuo parties h ive b ;en hucried to th scene, but their work is very dangerous owing to tho fact that the p't Is on lire. Later advices are t the effect that twelvo Inidies have boen recovered from the c 1 llery and that twelve men are still miss ing. Women CycU-r In a K ick. ClllCAGO.Jau. -3. Tho woman's bil.- day bicycle race vb:cu bewail last night ut tho Second regiment arm ory on Michigan avenue, had ten starter. The contestants are of a high order, near- all having won their spars In simdar con tests or in century runs, lhcir naiuts aro as follows: May Allen, of Lnl.md; Mate Christopher, of California; Tii llo .Andersou, of Chicago; Lizio Glaw, of Chicago; Llllio Williatns, of Omaha; Helen Baldwin, of New York; Frankio Mack, St. Paul; Ida Peterson, cT Minnoaixdis; Mamie HoUerson. of Minne apolis; Dottle Farns worth, of Minneap- lls. - (Icrnmny Dcuiauds 1'ayment. BkiiLIV, Jan. 2S. It Is seml-yiikially announc.U that tho German mhr.slcr at Caracas has presented a note to tho Ven ezuelan government demanding payment of tho guarantee fund to German subjects as a result of tho building of the treat, Yencr.uelan railway. On tho other hand it Is s.-ml otU -1 ally d. -nled that two Ger man warships nro sh -r.ly to proceed ta Puerto CaU'llo, Venezuela, in order to en force the payment of th railway guaran tee fun I It Is also bomi-oilicially denied that G 'rinin marines will evenUnlly bo landed nt Puerto CaVllo. Kriilitful Lnp to iH-atli. Ntw YoliK, Jan '.'s Anna Moj lan. years old of Boston, gutt at t li-- t. Denis hotel, junn e l from the fifth itory llreH'scape, Oil the l'.levelilh reet side of tho Lu.ld.ng. Sunday night and was In stantly klllnl. Tho girl was lns.ini, and, inchnrirecf her brother, was waiting at the hotel for an out-going steamer to ire land Run Down ty a Train. MAfcsiLl.os, O , Jan. -'i A Fort Wayne express train ran d wn and mutinied An drew McG 'U than nnd G.-onre Thorn Sun day mornln-g They hid been drink:ng heavily .Mc ioi.ffhan was a breeder ot flue dog ami Thorn a oal pr is;)ector 1'niliue In Lumber. New VOUK, Jan. 2S William D. Wheclrlght & Co., lumlu r dealers, made an assignment Monday fof tho K-nctit of creditors. Tho Arm Is said to havo Ihm n In business seventeen yer und 1j all to bave f lno.rt'd invested m the business. Want Vvrlte t)traclet. Chicago, Jan. 23 Tho W. C. T. U. In a pronunciamenti signed by France 11 Willard an I the ot!i r uaM iivl o:ll vrs, cabs on tho puV.ie t of.;r.e is vctio Gui.b rt, tho l'ari.-.i(.a c!ianteii.- who ap Jh m il last Week III Ill's city. t"..-.io.irt K TaVr a lil. Los:o.'t, Jan. s.a. A ltl r. d.-;'.v.ch to The S anlar l says th u IV. : a- L aa...v drovo in an I'l i n -? ar'J il. tt;.' M- ll .1 vUJ rui.' uvt u' i.;A in Solid Lino of Spanish Troops from Coast to Coast. Till: I'LIN OF CA3IPAIGN' DIVULGED. Tliouswud of Troop I'lared Atonf th Ilailway Line and Ma a II fortress liuiit Near liscli Mation Sjiil.li General fay Slaceo anvl Jli Command unuot Kcupe Train Held hy Insurgents and liectroyed llebt-1 ltejul0d. New Yoi:K, Jan. i.'3. A special to Tho World from Havana nys: Tho plan of campaign adapted by tho commander-ln-chh f of tho Spanish forces no-v in Cu'.4 h:is bf-n divulged by several ofEiX-rs cf high runk whoso names must bo kept ko cret. General Campos established what, became known cj '"tho wall of inn." Ho distributi-d a laro number of Spanish troops In such a manner tht they prao tlcully fori!. -d u Solid lmo frotn coast to coast. Hig Jlno boj-'.iu in tho north about live miles vest of Havana and extenkd south to the B.y of Matammr). At th time this plan was adopted Gomez h id announced th'd ho would tako his com mand not only Into Havana profincj, Lut that ho would walk into Pi kit dr.l P.lo and as far we?.t as he possibly could. Cam pos determined to pre von 5 t i.i fri.m carrying out his prj ct. The wall cf men was well to the westward cd tho raiirond line, between Havana and Data balio. Cro-M'd ll rut Itr(,rseI the Line. Gome ;i"d .Nfa. o not, o.nly succ.-j.lcd la crw-ln' Cin'jxi-sVi i ir bitf r-crass.-d It Several tlnj',ft..i!l nu,i;. aud M.aoe fr-p-arated west oi" n two wi-l, ,").' ?I.-uvo rcmaiiii d in PiUardel Hio pii,yin r, doiu. . about as htt p.eaed, whd.. G mc iura:ied Havana prov.n-.' h,: un, ami "U' timo camped within llfteen mil .' of the caj.l;;d of Cubi. K- noits w -re j.riiited in tho United States that (i eueu was at the g lies of Havana, and that it Was only A quot ion of u 1' i ,v li. -a-s when l.e would eii.er this euy. 1j.l-.i1 down tii.s Span ish banner, and rr.is' the l! i of til' Cutian r public. Bat ti.-nics had r.o iu'enii .n oi att.ickir.3 tins city. lie iririil; deelire.l that it would he 111 ore than foo'i-di In d so. His solo ohj'-et is to k' cp tho .-panish troops moving, Loping to tire them out. If ho cau continue ids p it. sent var;'a;-o until hot weather s ti 111 ho knows yellow fever wiil do tue rest. Both Generals Marin and P.indo are convinced that while the Idea of the wall of men is a C ) d one, the wall of men is in Uio wrong place too lar we-t. It was divided, t herd ore, tu have a strong wall along tho railroad. Thousands of troops are M a: ion-id along tli.it line, and small forirei-s-'S have been eri-cied la; tr each si.ul 'ii. Armored t :r Oni.-ieil. A largo tiumier ol armored ears havo born ordered. Tli-y ar 1 to bo ho.v cars to ba protect, d bv lcil.r boa. At either end oftti! ciri wi.l b.- II ick'.;.ss revolving cannon, ho itz rs o:- (1 a-'.iijr :uas. ThibO Cars are to b.- p. 1 ii.-t .ve: a ia- rai.way siatl 'lis. At K'.ist :j is .) rirnvd troops vxill bj kept cons aritiy moving over tho lino. Miceo an I h's command, tae Spani-h s;i-n-erals say, cannot t s .i;e. lie is h-okcl upon us an "ea-y in. irk." M..ny of his troops are In licved to U wounded. As hd h;is 110 itmbulaii;ti crps, he is unable to move them, and he iIih-s n.t! want to leave them t th. m r.-y c( t '1 Sp.i;.Un. If M.iceo tri -s t ir cast !io w ill ru 1 u; agaiii.-l a new wail of mm, much s:ronger than tl.o one ho liroko throurh some weeks a ;.. If h- tri s t 1 es.apa st. tha Spanish g 11 -rals argu that, bo Will havo to in ire 1 t i.i; s -.i, wli r-i h'i only .'h in v t ..t aw.tr Wili bt in .it9. Spanish wursuias have t -n ht.it :on.'J all alou.i tlu c i-r O m I a f.-.v day mo il.jon an eneu'iipui ik of in -ir..' :V s. Tao b.tanish co;.ini i-i . -rs tear ouiy ( m Altiou,'!! h is n iriy Vi y a-s ol I, th'-y recorn.zj in him ono of tlu a. ..'; of fijr.it tug men and an i-xp.-rt tactician. J1I.L1) I I' A TKAIV. Iusurgvuts oniiiiiif to I). rny lodllivj Mix li I 1 t libit. Havana, Jan. is Tin- p. s, n. r train which Went trom l!.ua;ia to Gaati.ijiy, leaving the life:- pia v ir I p. in. for a return trip, was he d up rvmdiy isi?;:t l y iusUri'tlts lie :.i:i Attt'.-n: Tin; tms- s'-nrcrs w r.-oiviifivi-m le nvv rlu 1r.i4U.- When tle-v h id d a o s.'i ; r-i burned tho cars and d.-st f..ve.l 111-.' 1 -comoiuo. The pas-si'imrs w.rennt moien'.ed, but were compelled to wa.ic to San Ant oin-. ono mile dist int.. Tuts train liad no ar- mored car b,-cai:s. the eomp my ha I nono r.-a-ly. Some nro being constructed for passen'rers mid wh-n tlioy a;v fiiiisin-d will ho put on all trains. Then, it is bj lleved, peuplo may travel over thi Uland in Sitfety lasnrgonts llepnl-eil. Mam:id. Jan. ilo. A dispatch to Tho Impurcial from Havana says that th reb els havo been repulsed wlulo trying to barn tLo town of S-abanill.t SoTetiteon Insurccnts wcro killed ur.d many v.ero wounded. General Luqne, tl.o dispatch says, has twicj defeated tho rebels under Autonlo Maeeo, killed a larg) number f insurgents, nnd wounded b'J nioro. Macro Is rclrv-atiu- into trio country, whi -h Is nv.i.'li and hilly and consequent ly oilers in my d.f.i.-uliios to th move ment of cavalry. - Because of this ho has abandoned t.i horses. To Avoid rut lire Arcidents, CLKVZLAM'. Jun. VS. Tho Washington lijlorni club, an organization of promi nent men who havo strings ide is on city nil ilr, reeram--iide 1 that, in view of tho repeated brld.-o accidents, tho director of publi.' works le instruet-d to eni(loy hands, at an ex,., nso of ?J 1.) a filch t, to pl.iv ' l-t the Lower Lights Ba lliunuu ' whenever th bri.lg.-a are swung, mid tlras keep the brhlg. tend rs awake. T, rrill- Houiile Trneily. Minsk i'i lis. Jn s. G-.i-rgo W Uattcr, 11 g -.1 ;i.l k.lh-1 l is wife Cilia Mono lywito a hammer and then cut his own tiuo.it wnh a r.uor. The rioublo tragedy iK-nir.d on the tteeotid U..rf th -frame I ud I 1 till Wasld.vjton a Jioesi u h !'. 7 i.Mxk a. nt 'I ho cati.so w as j.-al.-usy 1 . T 1 . . . . v U.l lt. S I i.a :.-. -. Jan -! The sonth b am i jsi.V.N-; o Poclic ! s n;,- r t Mill on fie coast divis.on ran in'o a wash Ut s:-) ,y leie y ie.h.s fiiuii ol this ci;y. d -.ad... C.i I -i o ;.; ive inl fo .r cars. .:,.,. ii . i- J. i.a U -ycr was kilica ai.d s.-V- e.al p..-i,iK.S lUjUA-d, bUt tioiio tV" wUs.1 AJ