THE ARGUS. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2. 1893.
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v v. rn a it a fTn ni rm - - I I
(iUUD HAM A UliALO.
ThMMndt of Peopl Md
Happy t ChrittmMtidt.
rrx 1104 x9 worn. TMrnm
nMnM tk Hum a UWa
N as la fa
Masai ' frlfi
. kv rW Hi
'krM M tfcte? a4 Dm1
lsslsaa Maa W
WAsiHTWifim. tlee.S", Vr. W. K. fllark
rtfllM kai rrrfel to fremaleM CVvelaadl
iiimI "errrliiry Urliam lb awmafWI
ndnfrted kv lit M'nrM'a lulnmTnlaa trnmt
mlasiiat. wkiiu( that ti-p J takea to as
cut arMtrntloa f International itlnfmtea,
Tk memorial rnntnln shmatiirr from
h forty tlinVreal aationa whk-h kartl-
Ipatt! la ths inltk, Tbe iit
I m wna math; on CkrMMMa Em Tha
iresklent ami erretary firehaia Infucand
.Mr. niaeawfone. that tkey wer la warm
t-rmpatkv wltk th iihjert f tfie MiemnriaJ
ernl fhoKf who dUnnl. Among the iftiirrs
rat Mr Xk-hanl HeWer. of KjikUihI;
i )nrin it. R Curkktirn, nf I'anaiU; Karko
IKipnyde lrne, of Ppala; Admiral Mu
rilr, nf Nrnzil; Iir. Anion vna ralltmhes
almfont, iifAiifrU: T. Ilrkky Ik-y, at
Turkey. N. Yamntnka, of Japan; PnaVnnuc
lr. thvppa Wrtnhlt. nf Herman?; Cbaa
(Jiibb Km, of Chi a.
Basse f Other ttmlava Waywta,
There were aim I ha mniRilwhmrri front
flit different xtrttr ami territories of the
i nlteil Mate; the director and official of
i .m axiMMltkm, many 4 lm ckalnurn and
raker of fka WorM'n Cunirrna aasll
i:irr. iM'tiulinK lli-ht.p Merrill, tr. Itiillp
ohnff. ('Mntinal (ii1lina, Mtcr. fatolli, J
ph Cook. Mr. Monty, Hrr. Ak-samlrr
Irn-kay Pniltk. Win. K Iiitr. ImIj Horo-
rwt, I Jily Anrnlmn, aaat .lonink Qntncy;
mt tlia Milton nf thv prlnt'ipal daily
iiMr t New Yurk, lliikuk-IplilN, Ikiltt
i. Mint, anil Wanlilnuton, fji-Prrokknif lUr-
r,win, "wnHary Morfon, Omiptrollrr fk-
n, Cklff Jnotir t'lilW. rVrrrtarira llrr-
n. and Uiinirl ft. lAmnnt; rVnalor Jotrn
-hrmmn and nrrrntl nf tm mn4 pmnil.
;nt imnlnvm nx-n of tb mnmrr. Inclnil-
I in JiMrph rvllmiinn, I n.M. fnltman, l'nr
i.rllna anlrrltlt and nthrrn. Thin
Hirtal ami BiiinntnTr. nmkinaa hTU Ti4-
ntna,wlll im rnurnvml fMrKlmilr forpmvn
i itloo to all tm- itnvin'nmrtit nf thr wurkL
Tl af lh Hrmmriml.
Tkr mrmorlal t aa follow: To tk KtT-ruiiM-titi
nf tlw wurlik Tlir rirtdrraihiint.
. tlM-nn nf many rtaintrlr, Knrhrml at the
oliimlla rxpiMitlnn la Cklraitit la th
I nltisl rttutr nf Anwrk-a, imitfnUlna tba
i"lvantnn an-mlnit to Hmm tiatkma
lik-k kin" purKiK'd thm policy nf arhttrat
nK Ititcmnrioiml ilinniitm, ami rirwliina
: liat tk likr krnrfltn may In tlii" fntnrc ha
njojrul kr all nation, ami rtrnnlns thb a
ttiiiK npportnnity. do bcivbjr ta la thla
nivnmrlal to all th- ynrlon vnypnimrnt,
; rnrlu tliat all will linitnlly avrra. by
'tutnal Irnttk!, to n limit for arttlrmrnl
' jr arbitration all vm-k lntmatkmal nra
: on ami dUpnrm a pImII fall nf atla
I rt ory Milntliia ly nnlinnry pracrtul ttrftf
ALL REVOLVES ABOUT BABY RUTH.
4 afritat CNy Intrl tt f'ktvMy la tka
Waltl!iiTf, Dr. 3H llakjr Kntk
tint rtitr nf attrartkm at tba Wklta
Itiroaa CkriHtmaH, ant l litma tka Uttla
-!tr KtW. wlio ilvkl tk Intrrmt an
l.ir aa tk vlaitor wrrr ronrn1. ah h(Hih
I'M yonnu totak In th oliniincanra of th
nr. Hiitk'a pn-wnt wrr m bnt. Tka
I ww kadd ky a doll kon. aa mart
pnattirrkin In mlnlatnr nf th M hit
.loii, ami amnnif tba nnmrmoa ntbvr
i rwiit wan a toy ot. In pattrni lika a
riMttaurnnt Mtiiw. all of wriMiukt ima ami
tl, and amunpitnk! kv a mfiiplnt ml
'T riMklti ntnil. Tk toy wrr mann
f irttiml la dupllrat. ami tha ik'nmml na
1 In) makr bt toy like llnhy Itntk'a kan
1 n mnrtiHina.
All th raliln! fmttvltl wrnf a qnkt.
honai-llka rhitmctor. A anmhfr nf th
hllrrn nf th pn-lk-nt ami Mr. 11y
luml' partlrnlnr frlml wra lnltl to
1 lm Whit lion In tha t brwtma tra
l.lnmlnalMl. ami th rklklraa'a nmtkrr
vr tnrlmk! In th Invitation. Tbe t
f.aa attemkHl hy fmr tnn wkn aaniateil
lr l levelaml in Hitrihtitin Ik Rift.
I kra wa an for ear k eklld la tk rahrnet
cirri ami lb rklldren nearly weal wild
vr Ike kentille nf the tre. Tk print
netr wenl In fur awhile to watrb tk fnn
II nd enjoy tbe rkiklrea'a planr la tk
. Vie-t,rekknt ami Mr. fti"fnon. In
taad of prmllnK ( liriHtmaa In Wanlilntt'
in and taklna their dinner at tk Kor
niandi, aa It wa urnenilly nnpwd tkey
wnnkl, mail llielr plnn hit th nrranlon In
iiinnnrm to th wlhra nf rriemK Tkey
1 ink an early train to Ikitelninre, arronv
I'irnled by tliir twn danuhler. toitrtker
with Mr, and Mi Hmtt, to upend the day
11 lid he nreaent at the mnrrinjte of MH f.w
I'Mf. Uanaliterof the minister to tWIirinm.
The yrepreldent Will (tr th brkle'a
liaml in niarrmirr,
IN? the other ultlrlal frrrrtary ami Mr.
1 reabnnt spent Ike dny at home, with their
-MM, pevrvtary ami Mr. rliJe ilid like
wla, treretary ltnintit ami family went
l New York. Mr. and Mr. Itlell bad
tio iirtn, while fVrritrffy Morton kad kl
laiully arotiml kim. fevretary IlertieTt,
tor the flrrt tlm for peyrral year, kml a
t imllv party. Tk errretary kail mklitional
1 an for rejok'liia la tk fact that kl two
1 lilldren kail jiiet rwmrml frnnt lb
from early Hutnnlay rnortilnK lo late In
t Im evealntt expreaa wavnaa Were driving
nptotk V. klte lion wltk Klfta lor th
i .taentlv family. Knm left nn Iraadle,
-ntn arventl, ami on nr two fnll katda. It
took the romliltml lorr of Mehratokaa
II tba present, wbirh ram from all part
if tba eountrr ami ranifeii fnUM a tin wuH-
1 1 fur fcthr to a llllil for tba prreidrnt.
'.'ka preadlent and Huhy Knth eem lo he
I'M Bioat popular nieniiier m the ratuiiy,
.mitring from the mini her of prempnt rr-
1 vlvvtl lua lliem.
FED THE HUNORV AT CMICAOa
A ad Aha Cketbed th IHakeaWktUlaiaii
laaer tlwa Away.
CHICA0K tk. Then were few ka.
ry aaopt enoiparnt tvely la tki city Cbriat
ham Itvparalkin kml been trulaa; on for
rnraral day to pnivlile a ittmd dinner U
ill Mm worthy mmr, ami coaahlrla U
4 rait ad that kad to ha nrvrreil tkey wvra a
i.utaM amii'n. Tk rkiklrra wer not
i.eiaaiaa. and aaaldea th rarkauta of rata-
1,1, toys inaamenihej ami keen provkksd
r itiii. Mar wtr other treat ar roaa-
I rta left of laa Mat. ami maay aUuk
una waoi atw ataMwaiaMtarwaa-m
f kr'''ws?Jy kYa
l Kilt Mi and alhr
clad la vrara aWVIu.
ekiktm fsnaa lb .. - -
fwrrrMml by- tk Catraas) kf astral Hnrtrtr
P o iorrina: Btrtraly, -Jeans
ksVMvVM tkr- WBihnf tk tm" Ts
aal ditrilrttoa nf cifta to tkr pnor by th
.anew nair Mumam Training acbaoi.
1 n waaa aappy aatwaa. TberbiMrea
th Da mii.ii hmlu
vnyally and la every rlMtritaida and
rentv laatMntioa la tba city tba
Tbera weia inn lwtfwl.lu1 Jilml
nntkvaa nl larkrva aad other good tkina.
in a .-inetema wmM AMcnnaa IDwm
4tatribajtd neartv wm Iim l,.L,n
ckevr. At beerinff. Ileerliut Co. fntve
rry biarried employe a turkey. It took
l.wa tarkeya to do tba work, and la varkat
aarta nf th rity Ckrwtmaa dinner went
apread la kali by charitable dtisroa fur
la aonteicaa poor.
Ira tmaurt CbrtetaMM (HR.
TAtfABABin, ImL, Dec. 3. Tbe town nf
Owatortown, tkla connty, la excited aver
Ik novel CbrMBMB priwut rerrlred by
an of tbe prominent bwdnrna men of that
town. Ira 11 Tilkon. n laicbrlnr. on
Ifntn to hi tdar of huinra, diumveml a
rlntbea baaket In the doorway, pinned to
waicn wa a cam Hearing tbe inacriptinn,
A CkrieUna lrernt." IimM the ha.
ket wa a pair nf red-headed twin haliiea
kml a UMKith 0I1L TiilntMm ronclnded
to take rare of hi prevent and rent tbcm
uiio i&e country to bt mother. .
ki ai niy atoa flaaw.
Kasa Cmr, Dec. sn, Mayor Cowherd
waa th Xante Clan of tba pnor people of
KanaaaCity. Home time ago be Inaugur
ated a movement to ralne a fund to make
the worthy pnor hny on Cbritmaa, and
aa Uif minted I.3i liankete kawled with
the ri1 thiUtt of tbraann. The little
received booU, cloak and otlier uac
ful artk-lea, and earh little ctrl wa pres
ented witk a dnll: ami many a little fare
wore a bruml mlle aa t brae were banded
Hhriaera at IletraH Iw flood Worn.
DlTltiHT, Dec 31 Mokin Temple A.
A. Ut. Nnlitea of the Myotic Hbrins. re
peated their unal Oiritma offerino by
dintrihntlnK H3II laudtetfula of provbOou,
whereby they relieved mime g,4UU or more
Tkey tM-h fiot a Tarfcey Anleea.
W'AniMiTi?, tire. SB. Attorney (ienerat
Olney ftlaililened tbe heart of tbe mnwrn-
Rer. firemen, elevator conductor and
women of hi department by irtvinir them
onler fur turkey for their Chritmadin
THREE DEATHS BY STARVATION.
A Man, ttoan, aad I filial I He fur Want
of Pood Sear rittKhwre;.
riTTnt i:o, Iee. .Within twenty-four
hour three death have orcurred in thin
vk-lntty Inmi atAirntkin. Tbeir names
wrre: Anthony laanlnk-k, an Anntrian,
aiteil Kl yeans Mary S elman, dnuuhter of
Ibory Weinmau. of Allegbeny, ai(ul 8
yrnr; Mr. IHcea Arthur, a wkhnr, am-d
a year, died at Ilometend. In tbecatie
of IkHiiinlrk It wa ilevrloiied at the coro
ner' tnnrt that he, with alwnt forty
other llununiiana, Italian, and A Uit Ti
ll red tiMtrther, each Uian doing hi
Immlnk-k kan hot worked for two
miwifh, ami for day at a time be would
have nothing to eat. I hi Tburwluy lie pm-
mml aome pntrtd Bh ami in bia half-
tarv4 condition ate of It ravenouly.
Tbe man lank irk ami died, without any
m the nttier paying any attention to blm.
The little WrtMiian girl had hern ak k
tut a week, but tbe parent couM nut pro
vkle proper fond and medical treatment,
ami It wa only when the child died thai
tbe netahhnrs learned how ditreed tbe
Tk other children, okler than tbe one
wbn died, were found to be anfTering from
hnnger. Mr. Arthur' death wa caunrd
by alrkn and atarvatkm. Mie bad no
on to kik after her but a I'.'-jrar-oM mm,
who wa hiOMelf ill fnan lark of find. Her
ad cirtMittkm waa dirnvred only a few
konr lirfiTe her death liy t wo kvilr, who
did ail in their power for tbe lrtt woman,
but It wa ton bile.
RENOUNCED THE KNIGHTS OF LABOR
Three AeeMle Leave that Order far the
Xrw YotiK. tire. A meeting of the
clothing cutter' a eniblie SAVi, of New
Yory: a.Wt, nf Itrnnktyn, ami r,.-U, ,4
Newark. Knlitlit of Labor, wa held In
(Inrrtwlou balL. thia city, to cnniilerand
deride tbe advisability of abandoning the
Kniuhta of Labiar and iining the Tutted
I torment Worker of America, which or
enlHtinaialltliated with the American
federation of lhnr. Urer no member
were irrent and It wa unaninmunly de-
CMled to rrmmnre tbe Knixhta of Lulior.
An mklrea artting forth the reanons for
tbe art ion allege dimatlnfactiiMi with tien-
eral Mauler Workman Sovereign.
Tbe defendant bad ehot the dog there
waa no dispute about that and It waa only
nncntinu aa to how much. If any, dam
age tbe plaintiff waa entitled to. The
witn bail been put on tbe atnnd to testi
fy to tbe ctrcnmntancea of tbe shooting.
Yon ay the dog was n vicious animal fn
tnnulred the lawyer.
Worst I ever aaw," replied tbe witness.
"And yon were steading by when the de
fendant shot bimF"
"Ko-o, not exactly.
"lint yon certainly eaJd that yon saw the
plaintiff release tbe dog and cry. rjlc kimf "
"I saw blm start to release tbe dog."
"Where were yon then?"
"Htonding beside the drfendntrt."
"How long after that waa It before the
"About half a minute."
"Had yon changed your position tben?"
"Where were you then?"
"Nearly a block away."
"And yon didn't see blm shootr
"No, sir. 1 waa facing the other way."
An elderly gentleman, on whose bead
only a few lonesidnr hairs lingered, entered
drug store and said to tbe clerk:
"t want to boy a hairbrush." .
"For your own usrt"
- "What's the matter with a toothbrush ?"
Mysterious met apote on clothes are
caused by nrnasUn blue, wkkk hi sufaati.
tated tat indigo la bobm kiada ot laundry
btning. To test bluing, drop a piece of
wasklag soda la a atlxtar diluted with
If the ccan aound turns to a
taw Great Baftwa flvsteai Hsias A
.aas.sss t u with.
LiTTU Rock, Ark Das. S. The ex
pected in tbe railroad world has a4pene4.
The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fs aad
St. Ixmi and 8mn Franckwo railroads aad
branches, comprising the Ssnta Fe system
proper, have been placed la tbe bands of
three receivers, tbe order being made by
United States Circuit Judge U. C. Cald
well, in chambers in this city. Tbe appli
cation was made by tbe Union Trust com
pany of New York, trusters for tbe bond
koldcrs of tbe Atcfaiann, Topeka and Santa
Fe and the Mercantile Trust company of
New York, trust re for the bondholders of
the St. Lour and San Francisco. Tbe re
reivers appointed are: J. W. Krinhatdt,
president of the Santa Fe system; J. J. Mc
Cook, general counsel of the Santa Fe sys
tem, ami Joseph C Wilson, clerk of the
United Hates district court at Topeka,
The receivership met with no resistance
on tbe part of tbe railroad companies and
an agreement was quickly reached. Tbe
Ma in both case, that of the Xante re
and "FiinTO," showed that the lines were
heavily I qtoIvoI with maturing obligations
coming on soon, and that tbe interest due
Jan. I could not be paid and would be fore
cl'ised. In both cases the complainants'
bills went elaborately into figures and were
very full and voluminous. The bonded in-
delMednes aggregates rS,un,nuU, as fol
lows: sl.Vi.tmi.uu Prut mortgage bom Is;
r7.tmn,uv cbias "A" second mortgage
bonds; iy.,HO,i(i class "11" second mort
gnge Isind. The interest due Jan. 1 will
aggregate nearly fca,U0.KH, and tbe float
ing dflit is nlmtit tv,.000. making a total
liability of nlsmt C4l(i.(M,ain.
THE NEWS IN BRIEF.
Tbe Arkansn Valley smelter at Lead-
rille, Colo., will start t:p this week.
At the l:ite jubilee in Curlnliod iu bonor
nf labitky. tlie Roman Catholic priest
cnmpmied a fitivnt hymn, tlie lrotstant
minister wrote the words, and tbe Jewish
synngogue furnished the singer.
W. J. Fonst. Diwistant postmaster nf
Thornton, Tex., was arrested for embcz
X. II. Anders, Dominion minister of ngri-
culture, lias ls.-nn a snit for liliel against
rUncst lliraiid, proprietor of L'Klectcur.
Unningi urv laid at tCiV"1".
Carl Ni.rth. trensnrcr of fierce county,
Ni-b., wiu found guilty cf embezzling
UMlrich, tinder arrest ot Chicago fur
the murder nf Mrs. t'ron.hss lieen indicted
for thnt mimU'r by the grand jury.
William Dipplc. of Detroit, Mich., was
run over by a fn-i).-!it train ut Newport, 111.
lie ilnil from bis injuries.
lli-Lsfor cityof Detroit 4 per cent, gold
Isitids run as liih as 5 per cent, premium,
and the total premium oa jO,(mj offered
Tlie porte has decided to reinforce the
Turkish tnsips at t usgnt, Asintic Turkey,
where serious riots liure recently occurred.
Tlie Imby of Mrs. Michael Dunsavage
died in liernmi while she was testifying
in a Ukrsliarre, I'm., court.
IIundmL nf Chinese are crossing tbeliio
Urnmle into the I nlteil fetates.
The Il-tinsylratii.'! Furnicr, a populist pa.
per at M?ndville, has lieon neixed by
the sheriff nn execution forfHt.OW) in favor
of the foiled rarmcr' Co-operative Itauk.
rresident Dior, has inaugurated several
new lines of steamers to develop the coast
trade ot Atcxtcu.
C. K. Carson, collector for tbe Oregon
Improvement company at San Francisco,
Cal., was arrested charged with tbe em
hnxzlement of nf f-i.'Ml, most of which was
lost at tlie race.
A wealthy Chinese company has pur
chased t-i.hm acres 01 mud in Mnola, Mex-
k-n, on which it propose to colonize 5,UJ
Nearly fn..nno of tbe Hfi.Ono stcilcu from
the Ilntik nf Minneaiolls by Scheigand the
r inydn has been recovered.
A swltchlnw engine on the Consolidated
riBMl crashed into t he rear car of a passei
ger train at Smith Nnrwalk. Conn., wreck.
Ing the engine and the rear car of the train.
in one was nurt.
Tnenristofnce at Kcltbsbnrg, Ills..
Weathrrly, a town ot 3.0(10 inhabitant.
in rnstem it-nnsyt aula, nas over auo
liook Y'aToelilest son of the king of
Siam, is about to enter as a student at the
university 01 uxiora.
M. J. Wade, professor of tbe state nni
vorsity at Iowa City, has been appointed
ny itnvernor notes a juoge in place of r. 1L
r airait, reaigneu.
John Itandley, of Tecumsrh, who
wan several times tried for arso'Z, has been
arrested for trying to bang his wife and
Every child In the New Brunswick CS.
J.) public schools brings n potato twice a
ween to relieve tbe distress of tbe unem
ployed. Charles F. Rclchem, general secretarr of
the United Garment Workers, has been ex
onerated from criminal charges made
against him at Boston.
Clark Francis, aged 18, of Beatrice, Neb.,
broke through the ice in Blue river and
Edward Tewkeslmry was fonnd guilty of
murder in the first degree at Tucson, ArL,
fin-tbe killing of Thomas Graham, abut
from behind Aug. 2, IWi Grahrm's death
waa tbe end ot tbe Graham-Tewkesbury
vendetta which resulted iu twenty-seven
men losing their lives.
Bread Vaailae IWlbto at Chicago.
CillCAno, Dee. 20. The possibility of a
bread famine stare the city In the face.
Saturday night the bakers fat two large
bakeries were ordered out by tbe union.
Tbe bowse organization bas taken np tbe
matter and declare the men must return to
work under new rules or givenptheir puii
tkms. In consequence tbe baker's union
bas ordered a strike In nine other bakeries
Hsv-TiaaaaTj IU; aplaad,
t1W H. tdgis. '
Butler rsli M castas, ate;
VaatUT-Calekaaa. irawed, e; tarkeys. dieav
d.ltc; aacm, divas id, 87tasg-c,Balc.
Oalaas neper ss.
Tandse sue set ka.
w.aaii pay rar ara Teg
4 aswa aad sattars. klhVs
il lucac . .
Wos tassVaX sawet,JB.
UNABLE TO PAV.
f Bwrtm rm Road Has) LlnToflitiaa
IT US! im MEET TBE 11TESEST.
to Bta fjsavlty lavatvwd. Baeelvers
Tnn sasta ru gives up.
LrnXB Bock, Ark., Doc 85. Another
big railroad is In deep distress. Th
Atchison, Topeka St Saute Fe and St.
Luuis Jt San Francisco railroads and
branches, comprising the Santa Fe sys
tem proper, have been placed
km the bands of three receivers,
tbe order being made by United
State Circuit Judge IL C CaldwelL
In ebambora, la this city at 5:80
o'clock Saturday evening. The appli
cation waa made by tbe Union Trust
company of New York, trustees for tb
brmdboldera of tba Atchiosou. Topeka
A Santa Fa, and tbe Mercantile Trust
company of New York, trustees fut
tbe bondholders ot tbe St. Louis 4t
Although the press of the country
baa anticipated tbe result for aome
time past, not until the death of Chair
man George C Mugoun last week was
any immediate action contemplated.
Tbe first intimation ot decisive action
was received at 3 o'clock Saturday aft
ernoon when a special sleeper, the
Catoosa, with bapgncro var attached,
which left St Louis at 8 o'clock in the
morning, arrived over the Iron Moon-:
tain with promiueut railway attorney
and officials on board, who hastened at
once to the federal courthouse and
were soon closeted with Judge Cald
well, who had arrived from Sk Lsuis
the night before.
They remained closeted behind closed
doors with Judge Caldwell until 6:30
o'clock, when an order wa agreed
upon appointing three receivers for
tbe Santa Fe system: J. W. lie in
hard t, president of the Santa Fe
system; J. J. McCoolc, general
counsel of the Santa Fe system, and
Joseph C Wilson, cleric of the
L'nitod States diatr.ct court at Topeka,
Kan., the latter being a compromise
receiver, the railroads having recom
mended Kttinhan.lt, McCook and Ueorgc
C Nickerson, the latter boiug s director
of tbe system, but wbo was objected to
by the complaiuants.
. . Mo frotawt.
The receivership met with no resist
ance on the part of tbe railroad com
panies, and an agreement was quickly
reached. The bills iu both cases that
of the Santa. Fe and 'Frisco showed
that the lines were heavily involved.
with maturing obligations coming on
soon, and that tbe interest dua Jusu'
ary 1 could not be paid and would be
foreclosed. In both cases the coin-
plainante bill went elaborately Into
figures and were very fall and vol
uminous. Debts Are Enormous,
The bonded indebtedness agtrregmtea
fSS3.000.000, as follows: Fint' mort
gage bonds, 150,000,000; class A. sec
ond morgage bonds, 77,000,00; class B,
second mortgage bonds, $55. 000.000.
The Interest due January 1 will aggre
gate JS, 000,00a and the floating debt it
about K,000.000, maklug a total liabil
ity of about 240,000,00a
BnUKb Laws to Be Cat OK
J. TV. Bernhardt and J. J. McCook,
two of tbe receivers, are well known
in railroad circles throughout the coun
try. Tlie other receiver, Joseph G Wil
son, has been twice mayor of Topeka.
A supplementary bill will likely be
filed at Topeka January 5, which will
be tantamount to foreclosure ot the
bonded indebtedness, in which event
the branch lines, which have been sap
ping the life blood of the main lines,
will lie lopped off.
Orders of the Beeetver.
The order in each of the two cass is
the Siitnc and directs that the receivers
bo "authorized and directed to take iin
mediate possession of all the railroads
and properties (including 8,841) miles of
operated lines) and to run, manage and
iiperats them, and to execute the au
tliority and franchises of tbe roads and
conduct fcrstomntically their business.
Lawyer N'.iw, madam, you say that on
tbe night ot the robbery the moon was so
bright that yon could see tbe robbers In
your room. Was your husband awake?
Witness I don't know, sir.
Lawyer Was his face turned toward you
or away from you?
Witness I can't snr. sir.
Lawyer Now, your honor and gentlemen
of tbe jury, do yon bear thnt? This woman
positively Identifies, these xaen as tbe rob
bers who were in ber room, and yet she can
not tell us bow ber husband was lying at
the time. And turniug to the witness he
continued. Why can't you tell us, pray?
. Witness I could not are.
Lawyer Ah! you could not nee? Yet yon
positively Identify thess prisoners, llow
Witness Well, you see, sir, my husband
is so very bald that iu anything but a bright
light I cannot tell whether he is looking at
or away from me. New York Herald.
Japltei' Bed Spat.
The "red spot' on the disk of Jupiter,
which has been visibe on the southern
hemisphere of the planet since 1878, has
perhaps attracted more attention than any
modern astronomical oddity, unless we
give tlie palm to the so ealled "canals of
Mars." The first hint of the tinted mark
ing on the giant's face were, we believe,
given by Professor K. S. Holden as early
aa 175, but Professor K. K. Barnard ap
pears to be the champion "spot finder"
and observer. . lie bas found that Jupi
ter's great red spot rotates in 0 bourn SS
mlnntes and 85 seconds. Near the equator
of the plauct, however, there is a white
not which is equally as Interesting to
the astronomers as tbe red one, of which
so much has Iwen said and written. This
pale blemish Is a puzzler. It is shaped
like a comet's tail and makes its regular
rotation in 9 hours fts minutes and SO sec
ond. What causes the IS second's differ
ence la the period of rotation between the
two snots w an enigma to all
Be Louis Uepublic . . .
Kaksas CITY, Dec SA At a meeting
held bene preliminary arrangemcnta were
made for the organization of an independ
ent political party, which will be composed
of the members of the various union labor
organizations of Kansas City. It is claimed
by some of the united labor leaders that
there ere bet ween T.tOO end 6,000 men en-
Tolled a members of the unions of tbe
It is their intention to organize these
men Into an independent party that will
bnvatfor it plutfona demands that state
legislation should lie more in the interest
of the working cl.Ls.ien than at present, and
that the city council shall enact ordinances
intended to benefit them.
Moaey la Tlteaa.
"And you Scully consider it good luck to
find a boneshoe, then?"
"Certainly. They are worth 3 cent
apiece at any junk dealer', and every little
helps, these bard times." Buffalo Courier.
A Barrier Between Then.
Briggs The other morning after break
fast I met my landlady on tbe street.
Griggs Did she bow?
Briggs No, sir. I was coming out of a
restaurant. New York Herald.
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cases of catnrrh. It is In constant
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