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Tin: State Republican. VOLUME XIX. JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1890. NUMBER 5. ii'Tfo.... ilk,-.. IB" EVERYBODY TMKE NOTICE FKIDAT'S GREKT SLAUGHTER SRLE Tite Democratic caucus at Annapolis, Md., on tho Stb, re-nomlnatcd United States Senator E. K. Wilson to succoed hlmaelf. Of Ovor Coats and Clothing of all kinds. Men's overcoats from $1.75 up. Men's suits from $3 .00 up. I am determined to reduce my stock regardless of. cost. Persons wishing to buy any goods In ray line will save money by calling at my store before purchasing elsewhere. Dont forget tho place. Friday's i Missouri Clothing t House. JOHN A, LINHARDI Staple iff 3AX.ER IN" m Groceries a SPECIALTIES i iiMimii.imtiiitituiiiiHtiMiiiM Glassware, Quecnswarc, Tea and Dinner Sets, Chamber Sets, Library Lamps, Toilet Articles, Tobacco, Cigars, Woodenware, lco Chests, Refrigerat ors, Grass and Garden Seed, Oyr tcrs, Fish and Game in Season. Cash Paid for all Kinds of Country Produce. 230 EAST HIGH STREET. DANIEL GUNDELFINGER, dardiareftiliii Tinware Stoves s ETC. Cufleryj ETC. Tho Most Complete Stock in Central Missouri of the Best and Cheapest Hardware, Tinware, Stoves, Cutlery, Etc. Exclusive agent for .The Celebrated Wire-Gauze Charter Oak StoYes& AND QUICK MEAL GASOLINE STOVE. Door Frames, Window Frames, Wire Screen, Weather Strips, Spring Hinges, Bird Cages, Water Coolers, Etc., a Specialty. Tin Hooling Spouting and jobbing of all kinds given prompt attention. INTO. 123 rFTTGKEEC STBEET, HENRY J. DULLE. BERNARD DULLE, J. W. SCHULTE, President. Vice-President. Secretary & Treasurer. I CAPITAL STAR AND VICTORIA ROLLER MILLS. 2 "3 b. a 8 n E s. to & " TO c a . c a to 3 2. 2. 5" mm FLOUR MEAL AND MILL FEED G. H, DULLE MILLING CO, WEST ZMZJLIIfcT STREET. 0. A. WARE'S ' TiTTTlTtT T TTTTHTTTT nm A TAT -m -w eylN XU W JUJ. V Jhtt X 0 -a.JDJLjJliO LARGE QUANTITIES OF IS 1 aisswfisil. . 'sS M1 Bg 9 iarmages,Surreys5Buggies,Road Carts VWl. "ft - Seoond-Hand Riga Bought and Soldi Mules and Horses Bought and Sold. Syt,;iThe best and rineiV'Ltyery'RIgs In. the Slate. PonTCOAL will disavow Sorpa Plnto'a conduot In Africa, thus satisfying En gland rogardlng tho huullng down ol British flags. FrVB ot tho coal and iron mastors ol Clackmannan, Scotland, havo advanced the wages of tho minors twelve and a hall por cent. Tins engagement of Ocorgo Vandor bllt to Miss Mary Johnston, daugbterof Colonel William Johnston, of Annan doio, S. C, is announced. Tit Supromo Court ot Alabama, on tho lath, deniod tho appeal of tho mur derer Uawos and flxod February 23 at tho data .of his execution. Tiir French Government is about tc nogotlato a loan ot 100,000,000 francf for tho purpose of constructing railway in Xonquln and other French colonies. Dr. Josr.pn Eoxatz DoKU.i.var. the emlnont Gorman divine and leader ol tho Catholic movement, dlod at Munich, on tho 10th, in tho nlnoty-flrst year ol his ago. Elections wero hold in Franco, on the ISth, to fill racancies in tho Cham ber of Doputlos caused by tho invalida tion of tho oloctlon of a number of Bou langists. A noDv of maskod men took Ilonry "Ward, tho boy murderer, from tho JalHt Bayou Sara, La., on the night of tho 7th, and hanged him to a trco in tho court house square. Iliciti winds provatlod in tho North, Northwest und Northeast on tho 12th, in many places developing into regular oyolones and proving vory destructive to lifo and property. The Senate commlttoo on tho quadrl eontonnlal, of which Senator Uiscock is chairman, began Its hearings on the claims of Washington, Now York, St Louis and Chicago to tho World's Fair of 1892 on tho 0th. This steamship Stag, which arrived at Now York, on tho 10th, from Bromon and Sbiolds, brought all tho crew ol tho wrookod ship Shakospoaro with the ox tion of tho captain, who dlod boforo bo ing rescued, and was buried at soa. Two MEMDKiis of tho Southorn Socloty of New York City quarrolcd in tho club rooms, on the ovenlng of the 10th, over a gamo ot cards. Thoy went out on the street and ono of tho disputants shot twice at tho other, who fled unhurt TjiK.two housos of tho Ohio Legislat ure, in joint session, on tho 8th, can vassed tho vote for Stato officers and tho acting president of the Senate, and de clared' Hon. E. L. Lampson, Ropuhltcan, elected Lloutonant-Oovernor by 243 plu rality. JoiU Dolax and Mary Oasoy, who clopod to this country from Iroland three months ago and woro marrlod, having $1,000 with which to start lifo togotber, have applied to the Castle Gardon authorities for work, their monoy being all gone. Influenza Is making fearful ravagos among tho striking coal minors in tho Charlerol district of Belgium. Tho mon arc destitute and their families aro un ablo to obtain sufficient food. Under such circumstances tho porcontage of doaths among those attacked by the diseaso is vory largo. YucLDrxo to Buporlor force the Portu guese Government has compiled with England's ultimatum demanding tho re call of 1'ortuguose forces, officials, and expeditions of every kind from the banks of tho Shlro, toward tho conSu enco of tho Rus and south of Zambesi, and from Mashonaland, Africa. EnoLisii syndicates will shortly issuo proposals for subscriptions to stocks and bonds of tho following American com panies: Soventecn whisky distilleries In Kentucky, and tho business of Yarr & Scott at Richmond, Va.; all tho brow erics of Vance, Bloo fc Schnolder Bros., and the Port Royal Phosphato Company, of South Carolina. Tite editor, business manager, local editor and news foreman ot tho Mllford (Mass.) Dally Journal aro suffering from "la grippe," and two-thirds of the composing force are Just recovering from the samo malady. Tho wives of tho editors and foreman are seriously 111. Out of thlrtoen suburban corre spondents eloven aro ill with influenza. The court has refused the appeal ot tbe London Times against answering tho interrogatory regarding tho circula tion of tho Times during tho publica tion of the articles entitled "Parnolllsm and Crime," but allows tho appeal against disclosing the names of the par ties from whom tho paper got tho in formation on which the articles were based. Mn. Hetourv, solicitor ot tho trcas ary, mado his report, on the 13th, on Immigration matters at the port of New York, recommending that' the oontract with tho board of Immigration should be terminated and that tho 'wholo super vision ot tho Contract Labor law and ot the Immigration laws Bhould bo placed under the direction of the collector ot the port TnK annual meeting of tho board ot trustees ot the Chautauoua Assembly was' held at Rochester, ,N. Y., on tho 8th. Secretary Duncan read his annual report, whloh showed a prosperous con dition .of affairs. The reoeipta of tbe year wero 8124,638.62, and expenditures, 3121,MT.S1. The debt was reduced 93,000 last year. Tho present Indebted ness Is $30,000. A few years ago it was 805,000, ' The Holland Socloty dinner at the Cafe Savarln ln Now York City, on the evening of tho 10th, was attended by Theodora Roossvelt, W. W.- Astor, J, Plerropbnt Morgan, O. M. Depew, Thomas A. Edison, John -Jay and many well-known descendants of early settlers, CURRENT TOPICS. TEE HEWS IN BRIEF. FIFTY-FIRST CONGRESS. IN tho Senate, on tno 8th, Mr. Voorhcos tolled up his resolution fortlio Investigation of tho "lllocks-of-Flvo" scandul, and pro ceeded to debate the samo at cons.derabU lenKtli. Mr. Kdtuundi offoicd u substitute for the resolution, and controcr!c'd tho ar gumonts of Mr. Voorhees. At the close ot the discussion, Mr. Kdinundt' ninendment was agreed to by a party vote ot.'.l tojl, and after disposing of soino routine mutters the Senato went Into secret session.... In tho House Iho day was almost wholly devoted to consideration of the District ot Columbia Ap propriation bill, which was passed, and the Uouso adjourned until the loth. In the senate, on theSth, the Vloe-i resi dent prcscntod a communication from the Attornoy-Uoneral In response to the Senato resolution-. In whtch'lie sta'cd tbtt no In structions, oral or written, hud been sent by tho Department of Justleo to District-Attorney Chambers, ot Indiana, In reference to the arrest of W.W. Dudley, und tliut no com munication upon the subjoct had been ro celvod from District-Attorney Chambers. Tho communication was ordered printed and referred to tho oammlttee on the Judl clary. A Joint resolution was passed np proprlating $210,000 tor the removal of ob structlous from tho Missouri river be tween St. Joseph, Mo., and its mouth. A resolution was adopted directing the coin mltteo on the Dlstiict of Columbia to In quire Into tho expediency ot purchasing tho works and property of the Washington Gas Light Company, etc. After a short executive session tho Sonnte adjourned until tho 13th. Tho llouao was not In session on tho 9th. Tuu Senato was not In session on the 10th. ....Intho Housotho chaplain In his prayer mado a feeling allusion to tho death ot the "Father of tho House," und Immediately niter tho reading of the Journal, Mr. 0'r.cll addressed tho Chair In a voice trcm. bllnir with emotion, reciting tho tact ot tho death ol Judge Kelley, his long and Intimato friendship with tho accessed, and his uis tlngulshed services to his district and ana tho country at large for bo many years. Mr. O'Nell offered a series ot resolu tions (which were adopted) cxprcsslvo of the grief of tho House oer the sad event; appointing the 11th, at noon, as the time, und tho House of Kepresontutlvca as tho placo for holding an appropriate Bervlec In honor ol the deceased; that a committee ot tno House and Senate be unpointed to attend the tuuer.il In rhlladclphli, and that the House adlourn as a further mark of respect to tho memory of Its oldest member. Tho House then, ut. 12:11 p. in., adjourned. The Sciiutu wus not In M-silon on tbe 11th. ...In the House tho session was devoted to the funeral obsoquies over the remains of Hon. 'William D. Kelley. Those weroslmplo anil Imnrosslvc. and W9ro witnessed by largo crowds both on the floor and In tho galleries, Mrs. Harrison, Mr. Ilalford and rostmastcr - General Wnnamakor being among thoso present At the conclusion of the Bervlces tho Houso adjourned until the 13th. in the Senate, on the 13th. n number of pe ttilon. wero nrcsentcd and referred, among them ono praying tor female representation on tne board of managers of the Exposition of 1KB A bill was passed authorising a ran road hrlduo across the Missouri ilvex be tweeu the county ot Douglass or Sarpy, NMintaim. and tho county of 1'uttawu- tomlo In Iowa. Mr. l'lumb addressed tl. G.nnt. nn hid resolution tlOrtitOfOft offered lepcctlng the lease of . theOslandg, Of St. l'UUl UnU St. UCOrgO I" U IHBIfcW WW murctal Company.. ..In the House uniajorlty nmi two minority renortson the Sllcott do fulcutlon wero submitted, all of which were nrdxrad printed and recommitted. At the closo of tho call ot States, the House wcnl Into committee ot the wholo for thu consid eration of tho bill to provide for towu-slte entry ut lauds In ukiunouia. PERSONAL AND GENERAL. Calvix S. Biiici: was unanimously ihosen, on tho seoond ballot in tho Democratic caucus at Cleveland, O., on tho 0th, for United States Senator. The yearly report of Captain Mooro, landing agent at tho port ot sew iorK, published, on tho 9tb, shows that thero woro landed from Europe during l5'J, U0,S0 cabin and 313,227 steerage passon gors, in a total number of 891 trips. Lady Douolass, of Victoria, B. C, widow of Sir James Douglass, died, on tho night of tho 8th, agod seveuty-olght Her husband was tho first -Governor of tho province The Iowa Stato Prohibition convoy tion mot otDesMolnos, on the Sth, with between six and seven hundred dele gates prosent, ropresontlng ovcry part of tho hUto. A iu:roitT is in circulation In Berlin that Qucon Victoria will spend a month in Ilomburg. A mki'.tino ot tbo holders of Load Trust certificates lias been called for February 5. It Is soml-ofllcJally stated that a good statement will bo made, but no dividends will bo declared. The members of tbo Pennsylvania delegation in the Hoiuo of Itoprcsonta Uvea met immediately after adjourn ment on tho 10th, to take action cn tho doatb of Judge Kelley. Appropriate resolutions wero passed, a copy ot which was sent to tho family of tho deceased, It is stated that of tor tho Czar's roturn from his lato visit to Berlin, whero ho woro Gorman uniforms, his physicians discovered in tho oondltlon of his por son symptoms of cutaneous poisoning. DuitiNQ a tiro at tho waste faotory of the Riverside mills at Augusta, Ua., on tho 10th, part ot tho wall and root foil upon a number of men who woro throw lng bales of stock out of the windows, Two whlto mon and eight negroes woro burled In tho wreck, but woro rescued alive, though all sustained mora or less injury. The Marauls Conyrlgham has volun tarlly reduced the rents on his Donegal (Iroland) estates twenty por cont SritfATOits SiiEitsfAN, Cameron, Man derson, Butlor and Colquitt woro ap pointed a commlttoo to represent tho Sonate at tho funeral of Representative Kelloy. Skveiiai. mombors of tbo Homo Mar ket Club of Boston bad a conference with Sonator Aldrich, on tho ,10th, dlS' cussing at noma length a number of now features of minor importance wnicn mo club is urging upon Congress. TnK Shah of Persia has conforrod upon Emln Pasha tho order of the Sun and Lion, tho highest order in that monarch's Rift FoitiY heolors at W. Spalding's shoo faotory ot Havorhlll, Mass., leftwork.on tho 11th, beoauso Mr. Spalding refusod to pay on. his usual practtco being to nav off .on Monday. Cornelius Vandemiilt has bought Turner's famous ploturo "On tho Grand Canal, Venice," from Lord Dudley for S100.000. It Is reported that tho liquidator of tne Panama Canal Company has re ceived encouraging reports from the commission sent to I'anama.- Tmk Spanish authorities on tho fron tier aro exercising tho most stringent precautions to guard against tho entry into Spain of any oxllos from that coun try who have boon sojourning In Franco. Regular passonger traffic in being sub jected to lnconvonlcnco and dolay by reason ot tho measuros adopted. Tiir boom in pig iron at Glasgow has oollapscd, owing to tho placing of large ordors to sell In tho hands ot tho brok ers. On the 10th Scotch warrants had declined one shilling, and Cleveland warrants ono shilling and six pence. ConaitKsssiAN Flowed and Mr. Hoi- don, of Now York, gavo a rccoptlon to tho World s Fair commlttoo from Now brk City at tho Arlington Hotel in Washington, on tho night ot tho 11th, which filled tho largo dining hall ot the Arlington from eight o'clock until mid night with a crowd of World's Fair poo plo not only from Now York, but from St. Louis, Washington and Chicago. The woathor In Borlln, on tho 11th, was brlllant and groat orowds of poopo ero out to witness the funeral of tho dowager Empress Augusta. Tho Schloas chapel was filled with tho dig nitaries of tho empire. Court Chaplain Ivoegol uollvored an oration worthy of tbo occasion, tho dlscourso being based pon Augusta's motto: "Bo ioyful In hope, patient in adversity, steadfast In prayer." ExTHAonDiNAnY vlgllanco is being displayed In Antwerp, Belgium, whero another conflagration among the petro leum docks and warehouses is greatly dreaded, and merchants aro complain ing loudly of tho extra outlay to which thoy aro subjected by tho moasures of precaution adopted by tho authorities. TnK firm of Jennings, Friedman & Stevens havo decided to remove to Ephlng, N. II,, whence tho firm wont to Havorhlll, Mass., last July. Thoy em ploy four hundred people. The commlttoo having charge of tho arrangements for tho National encamp ment of the OTand Army of tho Repub lic, to bo hold at Boston next August, havo issued an addross to tho people, ppeallng for tho cordial co-operation of all patriotlo men and womon in extend ing to tho visitors n gonuino Massachu setts wolcomo in tho work of securing accommodations for them. Tho com mlttoo expect ono hundred thousand Grand Army mon to bo in tho city dur ing tho encampmont. A coMMN'ATioN Is being made botwoon somo of tho principal oil producors of Pennsylvania and foreign capitalists looking to tho construction of a system of pipo lines rivaling thatof tho Stand ard Oil Trust. It is staled that tho foreigners aro purchasing 810,000,000 worm of wens outright anu mamng friondly alllancos with tho owners of all tho others. The Boston Board of Health had re ceived, up to noon ot tho 11th, reports ot 430 deaths tho largost number ever re corded in sovon days. No less than 113 of the deaths aro ascribed to pneumonia. Influenza is attributed as tho cause of fourteen deaths. The chlof of thosecrot police of Mos cow, Russia, was shot and instantly killed while raiding n Nihilist club, on tho night of the lOth.by a woman named Olga Cbarenko, ono of its members. Tho woman then committed suicide The Pope and eight of tho cardinals of his housohold aro suffering with In fluenza. Ex-GovKraou Charles Foitei: ol Ohio was unanimously nominatod.on tho lllth, by tho Republican caucus for United States Sonator, Mits. FiTznnoiim:, wife of tho Duke of Cambridge, died on thu 12th. Ox tho lath tbo Khedive sent a spe cial train to moot Stanley at Suez. LATE NEWS ITEMS. Ix tho Senate, on tho 14th, a number of bills wero roported from commltteoi and placed on tho calendar, iho bnn- ato then proceoded with tho considera tion of the resolution, previously of fered bv Mr. Call. In relation to the claims of Florida under tho swamp-land grant, which occupied tho time until four o clock, when the senate wont into executive session In tho House, aftor a number of bills had boon intro duced and referred, an elfort was mado by Mr. Perkins (lias.) to have the House o into commlttoo of tho whole on tbe Oklahoma Town-Site Entry bill. This was defeated, and tho report on the Sllcott defalcation, with a bill to reim burse members, was takon up. Tbe Amorlean Socloty for l'sychlcal Resoarch held its annual mcotlng In Boston on tho night of tho 14th. Prof. Wm. James, of Harvard, presided, and stated that, owing to a lack of funds, It would bo impossible to successfully prosecute tho work of tho socloty in Its present form any longor. It was ac cordingly voted to disband the socloty immediately and reorganize as an Amer ican branoh of tho English Society ot Psyohlcal Research. John Buiixs, tho London labor load- or, has written to tho omcers oi tns American Fodoration of Labor saying that ho cannot come to tho United States to locture asrequested. Newspai-eks rooolvod from Urazll stato that on November 16, when nows of tho revolution reached Manahoa, thero was a collision botwoon citizens and troops, four ot tho former being killed and a number wounded. When the President appointed by tho Provi sional Government arrivod another out break occurred, but thoro was no blood. shed. Tub Mississippi Stato Sonnte, on the 14th, passed tho bill requiring a voter to either own 3300 worth of taxable property or to bo ablo to read and write boforo ho can vote for mayor. The following Is a list of the new Portuguese Cabinet officers: Premier and Minister ot tho Intorlor and ad In terim Minister ot War, Pimentalt Min ister ot Justleo, Loyronas; .Minister of Finance, Blanco; Minister ot Marine, Arroyo; Minister ot Foreign Affairs, Rlbiero; Minister of Publlo Worka, Aronca. The third annual dinner of the Bos ton Chamber ot Commerce was held on the night ot tbe 11th at' the Tromonl House, President Alden Spearo presid ing. Nearly two hundred guests wero in attendance, inoludlng many ot th solid, business men of tbo city. MIS80URI STATE NEW3, Effects nf "Smutty" Corn. Cattle andhorsosaro dying near Platte City and Parkvlllo attributed to eating "smutty" corn. Dcnth of n 111c Man. Deacon Hall, tho largest man In North west Missouri, died at tho Ensworth Hospital, in St. Joseph. Ho was con nected with tho St Joseph & Grand Island railroad, and wolghod 350 pounds. Sale of L. V. lteavls' Library. A curious crowd gathered at a St Louis auction houso, recently, In at tendance upon the salo of tho library ot the lato L. U. Rcavls. Tho salo realized about $300. Dcnth of "Judge" J. M. Young John M. Young, aconsplcuous charac ter In' St. Louis for nearly a halt cent ury, died a fow days ago. "Judge" Young, as bo was always callod, was born in St. Louis in 1831, and his career was an eventful ono. For at least twen ty years "Judgo" Young servodas a Jus tice of tbo peace. Fifteen years ago ho had tho cream ot tho business In that line. In the days before tho passage of tho Marrlagc-LUcnso law, ho did an ex tensive business In tying tho nuptial knot It was ho that quietly united x Senator Tabor, of Colorado, to Miss Mc Corinlck, the "Belle of Oshkosh," tho fact not developing for several years. A Remarkable Acildeut Charles F. Baxter, tho night agent for tho Pacific Expross Company at tho St Joseph Union depot, shot himself acci dentally recently, and it was expected that his injuries would provo fatal. Ho was returning to bod, and, in adjusting his bed-covoring, knocked his revolver off a chair. As it struck tbe floor a cartridge exploded and tbo bullet struck Baxter in tho region of tbo heart Bax ter is twenty-seven years of age, and has a wifo and two small children. An niopcment Itevealed. It was learnod a fow nights ago that Hal D. Tracy, assistant business man ager of tho St. Joseph Herald, was mar ried to Miss Maud Benedict, of that city, at Leavenworth, Kas., on New Year's Day. It was an elopement Both parties aro prominent in social circles, but after tho marrlago each went to their parents' homos, aftor deciding not to say any thing about tho marrlago to any body until next spring. Mr. Tracy was com peted to go to his bed on account of sick ness. Tho doctor told him ho was very ill, and ho. sent for his wife, when their marriage was muCLc known. A Careless Mother's Lesson. While Mrs. W. J. Burns, tho wlfo ot a laborer residing in Kansas City, was absent from her home a moment sho hoard screams from her kitchon, and on reaching there found her fivo-yoar-old child with its clothing on fire. Bofore tho flames could be extinguished tbe child was fatally burned. Lived nn One Farm Sixty-Two Yenrs. Joel E. Hudspeth, ono of tho oldest settlers of Jackson County, dlod recent ly at his rosidonco near Lake City, at tho ago of soventy-two years, ne was born in Simpson County, Ky., and moved with his family to tho farm on which ho spent his last days in 1828, having resided on tho samo farm sixty-two years. The deceased was quite wealthy, 'and a bachelor, Missouri Itlver Improvement. Sonator Vest has introduced a joint resolution In tho Senato appropriating 250,000 t clear the Missouri river of snags and obstructions between Kan sas City and its mouth, to be immediate ly available. A prcamblo to the resolu tion recites that tho amount appro priated for that work Is exhausted; that certain citizens of Kansas City havo be gun tho construction c a number of steamers 'or tho navigation of said river, and by reason ot snags and obstructions in said, river aro refusod Insuranco upon their boats and cargoes. Sudden Dentil. John Marlow, ono of tho best-known citlzons ot St Joseph, who had been in business thero for twonty years, died very suddenly a fow days ago. A Costly Iluir. It cost Mac L. Campbell, a St Louis telegraph oporator, twonty-flvo dollars for hugging a young lady on the street without her consent. Prohibition Convention. Tho Prohibition party has issuod u call for a convention, to bo hold at Se dalla, February 3 to 5 next Damaged by Floods. Thousands of dollars' worth ot prop erty has been damaged In tho southeast ern part ot tho Stato by floods. What a Servant Girl Did. A servant girl let robbers Into a St. Louis residence, and they stole three mndred dollars' worth of valuablos. Later she betrayed them, and thoy woro arrested. Too Many Wives. E. Riley Cooper was convicted at St Josoph of having too many wives, and sentenced to tho ponitontiary for font years and six months. Ho has threat ened to kill every newspaper reportei in tho city. A lld Fire. The large building occupied by tbo Western Union Telegraph Company in St. Louis was gutted by lire a few morn ings ago. The loss aggrcgatedlOO.OOO. It was sovoral days bofore tbo company was ablo to promptly handle business again. Counterfeiters Arrested. At Sturgeon, a taw days since, the sheriff and posse arrested John R. Smith and a man named Conkjing, charged with counterfeiting. Smith had molds In his hfUBO for making silver dollars and coins of smaller denominations, and Conkl made It his business to put the coin into circulation. A Drlnst that Killed. Wood Dickson, of Montevellp, near Nevada, drank ohloral and brnmldo ot potassium, to steady his nerves after a carouse. Ho swallowed an overdoso' and died.-- ne was under lndlotmont fat tbduotimr ft (Ifteon-veaiJ-old'Hfl, THE WAR ON TRUSTS. .Senator Sliermr.n's Anti-Trust 1)111 ns Amended by the Senate Finance Com mittee and Iteported Favorably. . Washington, Jan. 15. Senator Mor rill, from the commltteo on finance, yes terday roported favorably Senator Slier man's Anti-Trust hill, amended by tho commltteo to read as follows: That all arrangements, contracts, agree ments, trusts or combinations between cor porations or persons mudo with the intent Inn toproTcntfull and trco action In the Importa tion or transportation or salo of goods Into the United States or manufacture of articles ot domestic growth or production, domestic raw material that competes with any Blinllnr article upon which a duty Is levied by tha United States, and which shall bo transport ed from one "tatu or Territory to another for sale, and all arrangements, contracts, ugreo. ments, trusts or combinations between per sons or corporations Intended to advance the cost to tho consumer ot any such article, are hereby declared to bo against publlo policy, dntuwful and void. That any person or corporation injured or damaged by such arrangement, contract or agreement, trust or comblnutlon.liiny sue for and recover. In any court of thu United States of competent Jurisdlct!un,of any per son or corporation a puity to a cotnbln.ition described In this act, to the amount of tin, damages sustained, and the cost of suit. All persons entering into any such arrange ment, contract, agreement, trust or colubi nation described In this net other than on Ills own account or us agent or attorney for another, or as an ofllcer. agent or stock holder of a corporation, or as a trustee, or In any capacity whatever, shall be guilty of a nigh misdemeanor, and on . conviction Ihs-'iof In any district or civil court of tho United States, shall bo subject ton linn of not more than ten thousand dollars, or im prisonment In the penitentiary for a term of not more than flvo years, or to both such line and Imprisonment In tho discretion of the court. And It shall bo the duty nf tho district attorney of the United States of thu of the district In which such persons rcsidi, to Institute the proper proceedings to on force the provisions of this act. TAKEN TO JOLI ET. The Mutlon for a New Trlul of the Cronln Murderers Denied, lxrept in the C.lsi, of Kunze, and the Prisoners Coiighl1ii,0'Mil tlvnii anil llurko Taken to Juliet Ktino May Yet ty, l'ree. CuiCAfio, Jan. 15. Judgo McConnolI, yesterday afternoon rendered his de cision on tbo motion of tho attorneys for the dofensc for a now trial of tho Cronln case. Ho decided that .lolm Kunzo was entltlod to a now trial. In tho other cases tho Judge decided that tbo verdict must stand. Tho prisoners were then formally sentenced. Tho prisoners' attorneys gavo notlco that an appeal to tho Supremo Court would bo taken, and tho court allowed them tlmo in which to file a bill of ex ceptions. The prisoners wero taken back to jail, but a minute later Kunzo was brought back at tho request of his counsel, Mr. Donahoc, who wanted to make a motion to admit htm to ball. Judgo Longo necker opposed It, and then wanted tho ball put at 20,000, but Judge McCon nell fixed it at 85,000. Ho would havo discharged him. bo said, if there wero no now cvidonco against him, but tho State's attorney had informed him thero was borne. Judge Longenecker intim ated that if they lot Kunzo stay in jail a few days ho might concludo not to bring him to trial at all, but let him go. Ho promised to let the court and coun sel know this week, and accordingly no ellort will bo mado to get Kunzo out on ball in tho meantime. Coughlln, llurko and O'SuUlvan worn taken to .Toilet last night on the nino o'clock train on tho Chicago & -Alton road, and at eleven o'clock wero admit ted to tho penitentiary to begin their life terms of penal service to the Stato. BLOOD IN BRAZIL. Mutiny Among the Soldiers nt III" tie Janeiro which Cost n Hundred Lives tt yuell Instigator Arrested. New Yohk, Jan. 15. Ono of tho cor respondents of Mr. C. 1). Flint writes from Itio do Janeiro under date ot De cember 23, 1880, as follows: The outlook here Is not reassuring. Lnt evening parts of tno regiments of cavalry. Infantry and artillery mutinied. They torn up the republican flag and hoisted' tho old Imperial ll.ig and it required nil the other regiments and artillery to subdue them. They fought nt tho San Chrlslovas artillery quarter until after twelve o'clock last night, and ono hundred of tho rebels u ero killed. Tho cause ot tho mutiny was dissutisructlon. Tho police are paid two mllrols a day. and tho soldiers clulm they were promised thu same, but it wus raised to not quite that amount It Is said that quite ll number ot tho old Conservatives und Liberals havo been tampering with the soldiers und uru at tho bottom otj.ust night's row. This moruln early Mlvelra Maitlns, Assls Martins, Ilurr.i do Lagoe, Dr. Lima Fnrate, Dr, Ferrelra Vlannu, lute Minister, and Cominencndaro Dorigaonoot tho leading merchants ot Itio, were arrested REMARKABLE ESCAPE. llnrr Engineer Kerln Escaped a Horrible - Death uu Hoard a lluriilug Steamship. Baltimore, Md., Jan. 15. Chlof En gineer Kerlns, ono of tho men supposed to havo perished in Monday's steamship fire, reported at the olfioa of tho Fur noss Line, allvo and well, ypstorday afternoon. Ho was thought to bo dead. His cscapo was most remarkable. When tho fire broke out on tho vessol ho rushed from placo to place seeking to escape. Everywhere his progress was barred by tho llamcs, which chased btm at every step and, finally, to oscapo bo-'' ing burned for tho tlmo being, ho took rofugo in a shaft tunnol, where thero was a draft ot air. Ho soon lost con sciousness in this refuge, and kno'w nothing more until yesterday afternoon, when ho awoko and managed to get ashoro. from tho still burning ship which was beached on the river bank. Tho bodies of John Whlto, a flremiiri, and Charles Johnson, a scamap, pt tho Bteamship- Sacrobosco was found last evening in tbo hull of the bilrnod "voi sel. Thoy had been suffocated to death but were not disfigured much by fire. The Death Itute of London, Loxtlox, Jan. 15. The returns of tho registrar of births and deaths for tho last wcok show that tho morality dur ing that period was1 i!;747, which U 'lllO above tho average. Of theso doaths ' sixty-seven, wqrei primarily duo to influ enza and 189 to diseases ot tho respira tory 'organs. The" lattor;flguru8 hrt 723 above the weekly avoragos of. ,d,fath from tbe causes indicated. The Princess of Wales is amongst tho latest victims iif the Influenza. - Lord tfapler,- whq jdlod yjjplorJlay, was .first ataoked with, lnfliionza whloh developed Into tnflaroawon oftno'luuga sr.