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THE OMAHA DAILY
THIRTEENTH YEAR. OMAHA , NEB. THURSDAY MORNING , DECEMBER 27 , 1883. NO 162.
THE NATIONAL CAPITAL
Eland's and Dingloy's ' Methods of
Regulating the Ourronoy ,
The Man Who Explains "Why
wo Laugh" is Miffed ,
Springer Peels Aggrieved Over
the Committee Appointments ,
The Preparation of Appropriation
Bills and Other Matters ,
NOTES.
THE OUIIUEMJX.
WASHINGTON , December 2(5. ( Mr.
Bucknor , chairman of the committee on
banking and currency , is preparing a bill
to introduce when congress ro-convcne's ,
providing for issuing treasury notes
without the legal tender Duality , to takotho
place of bank notes going out of existence.
Tlio purpose is the same as that of tlio
bill introduced by Buckner the lirat ses
sion of last congress. The proposition of
Comptroller Knox to take oil' 1 per cent
of the tax on circulation , and allow banks
to issue on market value instead of par
value , is not favored by the chair
man of the banking and currency
committee. Bucknor says if the plan of
Knox was successful in avoiding contrac
tion of the circulation of bank notes , it
affords but temporary relief and in seven
years from the present , when it becomes
necessary to begin redeeming 4i per cent
bonds , there will bo n recurrence of the
present trouble. The national bank sys
tem cannot live without n national debt ,
and as that debt is being wiped out grad
ually and certainly , . Bucknor U of opin
ion it is time to prepare for n permanent
circulation. Ho is not favorably in
clined to a removal of the tax on circula
tion , giving as a reason that while in
eastern states where the interest is low-
circulation is not a valuable franchise of
banks , but it is valuable and worth all
the government asks in the western states.
Bucknor says the franchise ia still more
valuable because the rate of interest there
is higher. The originator of the proposed
measure is doubtful of securing any
legislation upon the subject the pre
sent session , owing to the diverse opinion
among members. Dingley , who heads
the list of republican members of the
committee on banking and currency soys
the most important question relating to
national banks is that of providing for
the stability of circulation. Ho thought
but two plans proposed to this end were
practicably. Ono was to provide for the
issue of circulating notes to an amount
equal to 00 per cent of the market value
of bonds deposited to secure circulation.
After a hasty examination of the list of
members of the committee ho said ho waa
of opinion , that this plan is moro likely to
find favor with the committee. HB would
* aot'vonturo an opinion , as to the treat
ment the other plan he had in mind.
I'KESIUENTIAL I'OMTOFFIUES.
Under provision of the last postoffico
Appropriation bill when the compensa
tion of any postmaster of the fourth
class reached § 250 for four consecutive
quarters , exclusive of commissions on
money order business , he was to bo as-
rv si'tied to the presidential grade and the
following named fourth class offices have
been placed on the list of presidential
offices with salaries as stated : Lebanon ,
111. , § 1,000 ; Grayvillo , 111. , § 1,000 ;
Wrights Grove , 111. . § 1,400 ; Goodland ,
111. , § 1,000 ; Manning , Ia. , $1,000 ; Adol ,
In. , § 1,000 ; Frankfort , Kans. , § 1,200 ;
Lundsbuag , Kans. , § 1,100 ; Howard ,
Kans. , § 1,100 ; Harper , Ivans. , § 1,400 ;
Carbondale , Kans. , § 1,100 ; Laporto City ,
Ia. , 81,100 ; Walnut , Ia. , § 1,000 ; Minden -
don , Ia. , § 1,000 ; Vail , Ia. , § 1,000 ;
Osage Mission , Kans. , § 1,200. Many
other offices in other states and terri
tories will bo made presidential offices
I'O.V WILL DECLINE.
Congressman Cox , of Now York , who
was appointed chairman of the house
committee on naval affairs , has informed
an intimate friend that ho ( Cox ) will pos
itively decline to servo on that committee
when congress reconvenes. The reasons
assigned for Cox's refusal are that the
committee en naval affairs is ono com
paratively little before congress , and that
wonty-two years service in the house en-
itles him to the chairmanship of _ the
oreign affairs committee. His friends
ly , in that position Cox contemplated
dding a nu.i.ber of reforms in the line
if reducing the number of foreign minis-
ors- investing consuls vith diplonmtio
.owors when necessary , and improving
ho consular system so as to make it a
nore powerful agency for the advance-
lent of the commercial interests of the
ountry.
NKW JJIMKKATIO.V ; COCIETV. .
An organization to bo known as the
Emigration Organisation , has boon
[ formed among colerod residents of this
city for the purpose , as set forth in the
constitution , of helping colored people
from southern states to emigrate nnd lo
cate. Oflicors wore elected ns follows :
President , W. H. Scott ; vice-president.
W. Howard ; secretary , J. AV. Miles ;
treasurer , A. M. S. Caroy. The consti
tution provides for a prospecting * nd lo
cating committee to be appointed , every
head of a family is entitled to locate on
IGOncienof government land , and shall
upon paying ten dollars to the association
lecoivo help in getting to his place , and
have assistance for om year afterward.
Till : CltKEK TUOUULK * .
The secretary of the Interior , Inspector
Benedict , Agent Tufts and Special Auont
Townaimd will proceed at once to Mus-
cogoo , Indian territory , to investigate
the Crook troubles arising out of the re
cent election of a chief , and will make
recommendations looking tea _ settlement.
Their recommendations will form the
basis of iimil action by the interior do-
jiiUtnient The gentlemen above named
.are instructed to inform the Creeks that
the department will if necessary enforce
( ho action recommended.
THE T1EADE 1IOLLAU.
Mr. Bland , chairman of the committee
.on coinage , weights and measures , favor *
recoiiiing trade dollars into standard and
thinks the wauing of the latter should
not be stopped , Mr. Bland is of the
opinion that a mint ought to bo eitab-
lisbed in the Mississippi valley , a d bo-
cauto advantages nra offeredot _ St. Louii
fAvora the selection of that city.
curxjtKor. LOWE'S FCNKIUL.
The funeral of Bi-Oovemor Lowe , of
Iowa , took place to-day nt his Into resi
dence. A largo number of prominent
citizens and distinguished friends of the
dead man assembled to pay the last trib
ute to his memory. The pall bearers
were General Bclknap , Justice Miller ,
Hon. M. A. McCord , Colonel M. C.
Cowio , II. J. Frost , and General Dunn.
The burial was at Glonwood.
INSULTED.
Congressman Springer , who desired
the chairmanship of the committee on
elections , and who was made chairman of
the committee on expenditures in the
department of justice , also contemplates
declining when congress reassembles ,
giving as a i casern that both ho and his
constituents are insulted by his omission
from all the important committees.
Till ! AlTUoriUATION HILLS.
The house committee on appropria
tions he'd ' its first nicotine this morning
and decided to prepare if possible the
pensions , fortifications , consular and
military academy appropriation bills dur
ing the recess so they may bo presented
to the house when congress assembles.
VAUIOUH M.vmnis.
WASHIXOTON , Dccombor20. The issue
issueof silver dollars last week wns 415-
500.
Secretary Folgor has recovered his
health and resumed his duties.
The wife of Gen. Ilosccrans in dead
after a lingering illness ,
The following gentlemen , personal
friends of the general , will net na pall
bearora nt the funeral tomorrow
row : Senator John F. Miller ,
General Phillip H. Sheridan , Hon.
John 11. Glasscock , General Hora
tie J. Wright , Hon. John S. Barbour ,
Colonel Gilbert C. Kuitfon , General
Henry J. Hunt , Judge Brewer W. Bart-
ley.
Gen. NcKenzio , commander of the de
partment of Texas , has boon temporarily
relieved of command on account of nerv
ous prostration , which has disturbed his
mind. The affairs of the department are
directed by Gon. Schofield. The condi
tion of Gen. McKenzie causes grave ap
prehension of friends.
A Dam Disaster.
PiTTsntmo , December 20. This morn
ing the steamer B. D. Wood , owned by
John A. Wood & Son , of this city , while
waiting to pass through lock No. 1 ,
Monongahola river , was caught in the
strong under-current , swept over the
dam and the barges sunk but the steamer
saved. Loss , § 5,500.
This evening a similar accident oc
curred to the steamer Reindeer , owned
by Majures & Son. which' was swept
away while attempting to make a land
ing. She caught the guard of the Ben
Wood , owned by John A. Wood & Son ,
and carried her along. The velocity cf
the boats was frightful. The steamers
Venture , Little Dick and John Cash
were badly damaged and others slightly.
At the dam the Ileindeer parted in the
middle and caught firo. She is a total
loss. The crow were saved , but had a
narrew escape. The total loss will ex
ceed § 250,000.
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„ - ; . " - T.-V.I.-vV
Aggie 111 It's liovotx. '
.SAN FUANCLSCO , Tecember 20. The
deposition of Frederick C. Buchard , an
important witness in the case of Miss
Aggie Hill against Senator Sharon was
taken to-day. Ho testified that ho was
the accountant of a wholesale grocery
house of Portland , Oregon ; met Mina
Hill at the Palace hotel in April , 1881 ;
afterwards visited "Bolmont , " Sharon's
country residence , with Colonel and-Mrs.
Stager , Miss Hill and others ; while there
saw Miss Hill frequently , proposed mar
riage and she accepted. The engagement
was acknowledged before the visitors ;
engagement was broken off on the grounds
that witness deceived her ns to the ex
tent of his fortune. During the period
of the engagement she told him that Fred
Sharon and Dr. Bradford word both
deeply in love vrith her and had made
her offers of marriage , but no relations
existed between Senator Sharon and her
self other than those of friendship.
A Bij titrlko in Prospect.
Moss HANNON , Ponn. , December 20.
There are lively prospects of nn exten
sion of the trouble in the bituminous coal
districts of Westmoreland , Blair , Hunt
ingdon , Bedford Center , and Cloarfiold
counties. The producers are exception
ally reticent as to plans , but it is pretty
generally known a reduction of wages iij
nil departments of labor will bo
exacted after Dccombor 31. Tlio
miners are said to be well
organized , und it is estimated fifteen to
twenty thousand men have expressed u
willingness to co-operate and assist. A
general strike is laid down for the 1st of
January. The rupture between bosses
here , and the Pittsburg company and
their malcontent minors is not entirely
adjusted , notwithstanding reports to
the contrary , and an undefined fooling ol
insecurity prevails in the striking dis
tricts.
The Avjilnnelio Victims.
DENVEK , Col. , December 20. The Re
publican's Telluride special via Montrose
the 24th says : At noon to-day n snow-
slide came down Marshall basin , carry
ing off the shaft house of Mendota mine
containing feurtpon mon , eight of whom
wore killed outright and tvro wounded ,
Four dug themselves out. . No particu
lars are at present obtainable. A largo
body of men leave hero for the scene ol
the disaster in the morning. The mail
carrier from Silvorton to Amos and
Ouray , duo last Friday , has not yet been
heard from , nnd it is supposed was lost
in crossing the range.
New York Nowu.
NEW YOIIK , December 20 , The building -
ing occupied by Wood it Co. , dealers in
tallow , grease and oiU , was burned to
day. Lo s § 32,000 , Two firemen wore
badly injured by a falling floor.
The large carpet etoro of Hadenborgit
Co. , of Brooklyn , was also burned to-
day. The loss will exceed § 100,000 ; par
tially insured.
Tlio Standard Fire Office of London ,
ono of whoso American trustees is Gon.
Grant , has decided to withdraw its agen
cy from this country
Iloustan , the French ministerto Wash
ington , has arrived from Havre.
The Western Union stockholders have
voted to open the transfer books January
2d instead of January 10th , an previous
ly ordered.
Declaring Dlvldundx.
NKW YOIIK , December 20. Dividends
were declared on Lake Shore , -Michigan
Central and Canada Southern , payable
1'ebruary 1st.
ROADS AND RATES.
Miles of Eailway Built and Capi
tal luvostcd During 1883 ,
An Effort to Stop tlio Out in Katos
to the Missouri ,
The Tripartitors to Moot in Ooun-
oil Bluffs To-day ,
Hugliitt will Trj to Wring in tlio
Nortliwostorn ,
llAIlillOAH MATIKItS.
THU YE VH'S UKCOIll ) .
CHIOAIIO , Docoinbor 20. The Rail
way Ago in its next issue will pub
lish n summary of railway building in tl-o
United States for the past twelve months.
It shows 0,000 miles of main track laid at
nil approximate cost of § 105,000,000 ,
making the total miles of railway in the
country to date 120,000. The construc
tion during 1882 was the largest in the
history of the country , 11,000 miles , and
the year before ! ) ,700. The states nnd
territories which lead in construction
this year are as follows : Montana 410
miles , Dakota 40 ! ) , Michigan 400 , Now
York 875 , Pennsylvania M ! ) , Ohio 1120 ,
Mississippi 305. Now Hampshire , Ilhodo
Island , Connecticut , Delaware , Nevada
and Wyoming nro the only states nnd
territories in which no road was built
A CONFEliajfOK UALLKI ) .
CHICAGO , Docoinbor 20. The Htato-
mont in a telegram from Now York that
the St. Paul road had agreed to n settle
ment of the ditliculty with the trunk
lines on account of Commissioner Pier-
son's order allowing the Northwestern
and Wnbash reduced passenger rates
from Now York toMissouri river points ,
is contradicted hero. It is supposed the
dispatch grew out of a telegram from a
passenger agent that the road agreed to a
temporary truce pending a conference.
Commissioner Pieraon is now in Cleveland -
land , and will bo hero to-day or to-mor
row. Telegrams were received from him
to-day askim ; a conference with western
connections of the trunk lines on the
subject.
TO MEET IK COUNCIL llLUfFS.
It is reported that Clark of the Union
Pacific , Cable of the Rock Island , and
Merrill of the St. Paul will moot "in
Council Blufls to-morrow for the pur
pose of making final arrangements for
putting the tripartite agreement into ef
fect , [ lughitt of the Northwestern loft
for that point to-day. This is believed
to indicate the position of his road in re
gard to the agreement.
OVER IN IOWA.
AN OLI SET1LEK GONE.
. , lo ra , J pcqmbpr , ; „
GC S7'Bowlihgwith'.one orcctptiotfthb
oldest settler in Cedar valley and the
owner of extensive additions to Cedar
Rapids , died Christmas day , aged 71.
Ho came to this region in 1838 , took up
a claim , and his property is now n part
of the city on the west side.
TWO HUICIDES.
A Vinton special to The Republican
states that Charles Sewers , 25 years old ,
shot himself through the heart this morn
ing. Cause , despondency. Also that
Mrs. N. W. Auburn attempted suicide
by cutting her throat. She will die.
Cause , family trouble. Her husband is
an imate-of an insane asylum.
A 11AILWAY WHIX'K.
A freight train on the Burlington ,
Cedar Rapids & North western road was
wrecked early this evuning at Columbus
Junction. Five cars wont oiF the track
and Mark Fisher was killed.
TEAOIIEU.S' MEETIXO.
DES MOI.VKH , la , December 20. The
state ossociation of school teachers of
Iowa met hero to-day in annual mooting ,
which it to continue three days. Acting
President Klincfoltor of Mason City ia
presiding. Some four hundred teachers
are in attendance. Col. F. W. Harkorj
principal of the normal school of Chicago ,
delivered n fine address this afternoon ,
which was received with much favor.
The ad r ess of welcome were deliv
ered in the evening by Bishop Hurst , of
Dos Mpinos , and the response by Presi
dent Picknrd , of the state university. A
lecture was given by Dr. S. N. Follows ,
of tlio state university.
A Frightful Jttimtwny.
ST. LOUIH , December 20. Mrs. Gen.
Sherman and daughter Ilachad had u
narrow escape from death this afternoon ,
They had boon attending Xnvior church ,
corner of Ninth and Lucas avenue. They
had just seated themselves in their buggy
to go homo when the horses became
frightened and dashed madly up Lucas
avenue until at Eleventh street they col
lided with a lamp post and awning. The
ladies were takoii from the wreck unin
jured , but badly shocked nnd frightened.
Ono horse had his back broken und was
shot.
A Paiilei In a Theatre.
ST. Loom , December 20. During a
matinee at the Standard theatre this
evening smoke issued from behind the
scenes in considerable volume and a cry
of fire was raised. Women nnd children
runhed for the doors wild with alarm , but
the manager and employes succeeded in
quieting the panic before anybody wiu
hurt. The smoke came from the furnuco
as the result of a badly built firo.
A HcuVy Failure.
PUOVIDE.WK. II. I. , December 2(5. ( A.
D. Smith & Co , have assigned with lia
bilities of over § 1,000,000 , largely duo
Pnnidonca baiiko , The linn operated
two cotton mills in thin city , two in
Johnstown , and one in Wooimockot , in
all 87,000 ojiiiiclles The failure involves
the suopension of the Providence Steam
Mill company , Groton Manufacturing
company , nnd Pranklin Manufacturing
company.
Tlio AVrcullcfH.
BOSTON , December 20. A match for
8500 a side and the heavy-weight collar-
mid-elbow wrestling championship of the
world , has boon arranged between Dur >
fur and McMnhon.
Tlio Jlloukiido In Xcxr York.
NEW YOIIK , December 20. The ntorm
has delayed all trains , Mnila from the
wore throe hours late , while western
hnd not boon hoard from un to 1 1.
Those from tlio south nro two ana n half
liours Into. Pittsburg mails were re
ported four hours behind. Travel in the
: ity is subject to loss interruption , many
streets having boon p i linlly clonrod of
snow. .
A Colored Convent Ion.
CoLUMiit's , O. , Docoinbor 20. The
state convention of colored citizens con
vened to-day. There wns n largo nttund-
nnco from nil parts of the state. W. S.
Thomson of Delaware , wns made torn-
pornry chairman. Ho stated the object
of the convention was that llio rights of
colored people were more and
more restricted nnd Danville outrages -
rages show such n condition
of affairs ns to load to organization for
the protection of nil rights belonging to
citixons. The decision of the supreme
court on the civil rights law was gener
ally discussed. The forenoon was occu
pied in appointing committees on cre
dentials and permanent orgauiitntiou.
There was some contest over the make
up of the committee on resolutions.
Resolutions were adopted to petition
the legislature to pass laws for their pro
tection , to ropcal the old statues against
thorn , to improve the facilities for educa
tion of colored youth , asking both stnto
and national aid for colored schools , rec
ommending operating among colored
people by the formation of joint stock
companies in business , thanking Senator
Edmunds for his civil rights bill , Justice
Harlan for his dissenting opinion nnd
Speaker Koifor for his services , nnd rec
ommending the appointment of n stnto
committee of ono from each congressional
district to perfect a plan for the protec
tion of colored citizens and organization
throughout the state of equal rights
leagues. The state committee was select
ed nnd it wns voted to proceed with the
permanent organization of the conven
tion.
tion.At
At the afternoon s'ssion n permanent
organization wua ollbatod as follows :
President , 0. L. Maxwell , of Greene
county ; secretary , J. G. Comloy , of
Hamilton county. The convention con
tinued in session until nftor midnight.
At times the excitement over alleged
race distinctions became vary high and
the most inflamatory speeches were
mado.
Cold "Weather at Sen.
NEW HAVEN , Docoinbor 20. The bark-
Mohawk from Now York to Calcutta
anchored oft Now Haven yesterday. All
hands frost bitten and ono man dead.
Her master requested assistance.
The frost bitten mariners taken to the
hospital nro nil Japanese , and it is
thought twto will lose their feet. Otic
was killed b'y falling on the dock Satur
day night.
An Old Editor Dead.
DUIIUQOK , Ia. , December 20 , Intelli
gence has peon received hero of the sud
den death yesterday , tat Butler , Mo. , ol
Jesse Clement , of Chicago , and formerly
of DubuqueixHo.was cmo , of the original
founders aiMHKek k p'dHo jpfi TJloDu.
buquo- Daily Times in 1857 , and wns"ox-
tenaively known throughout Iowa. Ho
has always boon engaged in. literary pur
suits.
Educators In Council ,
MINNEAVOLIS , December 20 The
Minnesota Educational association oponoc
its annual mooting in this city this even
ing and will continue in session three
days. General Eaton , United States
commissioner of education , and other
prominent educators outside , will bo
present to take part in the oxerciso.s.
1'orclio
NEW OHLEANH , December 20. Arch
bishop Perche , fet some weeks has boon
in failing health. Last night his condi
tion was so alarming that it was doemoe
imperative to administer the last sacra
ments. The archbishop milters more
from ago than sickness. Death is expected
poctod momentarily.
General ftlclvon/.lo'B Condition.
SAN ANTONMO , Tex , Docoinbor 20.
The continued mental depression of Gen
eral Mclvcmsio , commanding the depart
ment of Texas , has led his friends to soiu
him to the military insane asylum ii
Washington. Ho goes in chargn o
Liautonanta Dorst , Summers and Mid
dloton.
The Dentil of General Kano.
PHILADELPHIA , December 20. Genera
Thomas L Kane , ono of the most prom
incnt citi/.ons of the state died nt his
residence in this city this morning o
pneumonia. During the rnbollion ho
was colonel of the famous Buckutil ro i
mont of Pennsylvania and waa a brother
of the famous Arctic explorer.
Kcalstanco nnd Doiitli.
FT. SMITH , Ark. , December 20.
Clmterbel , the Choctaw Indian violator
of the intercourse law , was killed Sun
day while resisting arrest at Double
Springs , Indian Territory , by Elias
Yarby , a member of the Choctaw light-
horse.
BOVOII ItoundH Fouftht.
WILKEHIIAKUE , Docoinbor 20. Dick
I'edlor and Bowkoy Dydo mot in the
ring yesterday and fhougt ueven rounds
for $200 a side. Podlor WUB declared
the winner. Great brutality and en
durance were displayed , and both men
were badly used up.
Thu Hiiyllcii Itebiilllon ,
NEW YOHK , December 2li. The Hay.
tlcn government telegraphs the Hnytien
minister that Jercmio hun capitulated ,
and advises Jacmel and Miragonno to do
the eatno. Miragoano is nskcd to capitu
late.
The } 'II Hell ull I hu Sumo.
LA WHENCE , Kan. , December 20 , The
Kaloon keepers of this city have given up
their fight on the prohibitory law and ull
closed the back as well as the front
doors.
ltlbln ltiipldly.
CJKCINNATI , December 20. The rhcr
is etill rising two inches an hour with
forty-eoven foot at 10 p , m. No ueroius
inconvenience will bo foil unless the
water gets above fifty foot.
Train "WrccltC'd ,
ELUAHKTH , N. J. , Docomlmr 20.A
Lang Brunch freight ran olT the track at
the junction this morning , Fred. Spencer -
cor , engineer , was killed , The train wan
thrown over a high bank and totally
wrecked , Cause , enow nnd track aprcml-
inf.
DEATH'S ' CARNIVAL
Victims Supplied by the Bullet ,
the Rope and Accident ,
Street Pights in the South Fur
nish Funeral Material ,
Colorado Minors Overwhelmed by
the Awful Avalanche ,
The Negroes of Yazoo Oity do
Some Needless Killing ,
CKIMKS AN1 > CA9U < YIjTU39.
1.1VKI.V SHOOTINO ANI1 I.Y.NCIIINO
GMvisroN : % Texas , December " 0.
Pho News' McDado special says : Monday
light at 11:110 : , Henry Plainer , Wright
HoLamoro and Tlmd McLiunoro were
jikcn from a saloon hero by fifty well
irmcd masked inon , carried into the
mull nnd handed to a troo. T'md ' _ Mc-
linmoro was nndor arrest nt the time ,
invin been taken early in the evening
on the chariio of burglary preferred by
S. J. Walker , of this town. The other
: wo happened to bo present when the
ynchors arrived. Pfoillor was under
ndictnicnt na n horse thieft in this conn-
, y. To-day nix men , friends and rola-
, ivcs uf thoau luiii ; , ' , conio to town and
licked a quartcl with Tom Bishop and
joorgp Milton , and a light with shot guns
and six-shooters ensued. Two of sox-
: otto , .lack Unyloy nnd ABU Baylov , Were
tilled nnd the third , Haywpod Bayloy ,
> adly wounded. The remaining three
cicaped. Willis Griffin , rm estimable
r'oung citi/.en of McDado , while assisting
Milton and Bishop to defend themselves ,
was shot through the head and mortally
wounded by liny ward Bayloy. The five
corpses , the two MoLnmoros , two Bay-
oys and Pfeiflbr , nro lying in the nmrket
house yet unclaimed. It is thought
friends will como to-night nnd the trouble
will bo renewed.
At ; i o'clock this afternoon the inquest
on the five corpses nt MeDado wns still
progressing , and Milton nnd Bishop , who
were attacked in the streets by the
friends of the one lynched , nro under ar
rest. It is considered that they were
perfectly justified in killing the two Bay-
ley boyn , Their bonds will probably bo
nominal. It is snid that every good man
in the county stands ready to go secur
ity. Willis Griilin , shot through the
head wliilo helping Bishop and Milton ,
can live only n few hours. The brains
nro oozing through the skull. Hey ward
Bailey , who shot Griflin , is lying in jail
dangerously woundad. Noble , the tele
graph operator nt McDado , has boon on
duty constantly without sloop 50 hours.
Sheriff Jenkins nnd County Attorney
Mnynurd were indefatigable , and regard
less of the risk arrested Hay ware. Bayloy
and Mr. Stevens in their own homos.
It is learned this evening that during
ihd street fight about" n hundred shots
were exchanged between a trio of citi
zens and n m-xtrUo of desperadoes , the
result being that ono citizen win mor
tally wounded and the other two unhurt.
Two of the opposing party were killed
nnd the remaining four wounded , ono
dangerously and ono seriously nnd two
slightly. Hnzloy , ono of the six though !
to bo wounded , is still at largo. The
excitement has entirely subsided.
TIIHKK K1I.LKI ) .
HOUHTON , Tox. , December 2(5. ( This
evening near Clear Crook an engine 01
the Galvcston , Houston & Uiuniltoi
railroad collided with a hand car , killing
two employes , names unknown , fatnllj
bruising another named Henry Bontly
colored , and slightly injuring a contrac
tor named IS. I1' . Dowis.
A YAHOO TU VOKDV.
YATOO CITV , Miss , , Docoinbor 20. A
terrible tragedy was enacted Monduj
niuht. John T. Fosoy , of the iirm o
Williams & Posoy , a most estimable
young manhighly connectedwas inaultct
by John James , a negro butcher. Goiiif ,
oil' and getting Homo frioiidu Posey ru
turned to where James was lust soon
Without warning the party fired ani
John Posoy , Garnet Posey and Jaspo :
Nichols were riddled with buckshot am
instantly killed. A. O. Eliot was dan
gerously wounded , and FritHaldoror
slightly wounded. The ncgroou had or
ganized , and nndor cover of intense dark
ness shot down the whites who ro
refrained from shooting because the
street * were full of boys and men no
connected vrith the dilllculty. To
have fired would , perhaps , have
boon to kill many innocent
men and children. Only ono of the
negroes was apprehended. The cil ;
council at n mooting yesterday , the mayo
presiding , resolved after invcstigatitij
the causes loading to the tragedy , that the
difficulty resulted from n personal alter
cation bolwoon Posoy and .1 HIIICB nnc
that the friends of both parties were
drawn into the conflict. Neither politic
nor race prejudices actuated either party
Jftinea was killed this morning by citixon
while resisting arrest , lie having first lirei
three times.
A NIMIJT IX Till' MOUNTAINS
DK.svKHDccombor20. Further purlieu
lars of Friday's terrible disaster at Vir
ginius mine , near Ouray , uro just received
coived by spooinl messenger to Montroao
Immediately on receipt of the nowe a
party consisting of 31 loft Ournyto brin
in the dead. The journey tu the inin
wua made in the face of great perils , as i
great storm was raging. Having uaroc
for the wounded and improvised sleds fo
the bodies , the party started to return
When the Cumborhin basin wan rouchoi
a Bccond BIIOW slide descended , but bein ,
on the lookout all succeeded in reacbiii ;
thu edge of the avulancho before it atrnol
them and thus escaped instant death
The sleds containing the four dead bodies
however , wore carried 2000 feet dowi
the mountain aide uiu1 then hurled eve
a precipice live hundred foot high , where
they must remain till spring , The party
finally reached Ourny nearly dead fron
exhaustion.
IIUJIIIUI IN Till : HMW.
AI.WA , Col. , Docoinbor 20. A sno\
slide occurred near Montezuma Mondft ;
which carried John JJeiulstrom and Johi
AlUtron and John Ling , three inineis
half a milo down the mountain , am
Ablstron and Ling were found tu-d.v
badly froY.cn , und will probably diu
Headutrom is ntill missing , und mun
have been killed.
JUMJ'EI ) TIIll TJUVK.
Si'jiiiuiiY , PennDecember L'O. Early
this morning the Krio mail train jumped
the track hero , nnd crashed through sev
eral cars. Two passenger coaches were
disabled nnd seven box cars smashed.
Jos. Whcolnn , fireman , wns mortally
wounded. The passengers escaped with
bruises ,
A NKW OIU.KANS KIU.INO.
Nnw OULKANH , ocombor 20. Wm.
McCairory , n prominent ward politician
and assistant superintendent of markets ,
wns shot nnd mortally wounded yesterday
in a gambling saloon , by Dud Ilonnnd ,
ono of the proprietors of the establish
ment. McCallbry died last night , 5 * 3
yUKNTHKt ) 1113 TiniiST.
GLKVII..VNM : ) , 0. , Docoinbor 20. Henry
Schroeder , son of a wealthy Gorman ,
with half n do7.cn friends , at an early
tour yesterday morning , attempted to
iroak into George Oasnro's saloon for the
nirposo of gutting drinks. Oasaro had
iroviously refused to so1 ! on the ground
hat they were drunk. On making the
ittnck , Kdward Kyring , brother-in-law of
) ssaro , Bliot from a window nnd killed
oiing ydiroeder.
TKXJIS DKMI'nUADORH.
SIIUUMAN , Texas .Ducombor 20.- The
inndof desperadoes terrorizing the north-
rest portion of this county , when raided
ought the fastnesses of Itcd river bottom ,
; illod an uuoU'eiiding negro at Pottovillo
inturday nnd eincohavo murdered rv white
nan at Dexter in Cook county , where
hey also burned n church and school
louse. Deputy Shorilla Muy.nnd Kelly
rith a posse of citizens left last evening
o Rcour the bruah. The parties guilty
of the Pottovillo murder are known and
vill bo readily identified.
r. LOUIS CUIMI .
ST. LOVIH , Docoinbor 20. D. C. Gib-
on , chief actor in the tragedy nt his
vifo's boarding houao Monday evening ,
icd yesterday. John Buflintoii is in n
ritical condition.
James 11. Jones was arrested yesterday
or robbing the Porryvillo , ( Kansas ) post-
office , n foyr nights ago of § 000 in inonoy
nnd $200 in utamps.
III.Y.S3CS (1UANT IN JAIL.
DALLAS , Texas , December 20 Ulysses
3rant , son of .Jessie Grant , relative of
Sx-Prosidont Gr.mt , was nrrestod to-day
on the charge of burglarizing n house
nnd purloining pistols which were nftor-
rnrds sold. Ho was remanded in do-
ault of $500 bail. This ia n second
imo w ithin n few months that ho wns ar
rested for stealing.
TWO Kii.ixi ) , nvi : wnuKiinn.
ALI.IINDALI : , S. C. , December JJI. ( A
street fight occurred on Christinas in
vhieh t\ro pordons were killed and five
rounded. The eircumstuncoi nro ns fol-
ows : John Hudlott , mnrahal of the
awn , and his sons John nnd Tim , nnd
; rnndsons Evan and Joyce Strange , had
m altercation with Frank Weaver nnd
Ulry Middloton , in which Strange was
wounded. Returning from this light ,
which was carried on until
Weaver and Middloton got near
ly out of town , they mot L. B. and
Frank Obryan and GUB _ Allen returning
from a dinner party , when onn of the
Strange buys insulted them , iuid n' on-
oral tight ensued , sticks , knives and
pistols being freely usod. Evan Strange
and Tom Hudlott were killed outright ,
the two John Hudlotts ppveroly wounded
nnd the two Obryans slightly.
AFntnlRtdo.
Ci.KViu.ANi ) , December 20 , John S.
Anstiotz and two daughters ware out
flloighing yesterday | } * hftornoon | noai
Bluillngton and while crossing the Lake
Erie & Western track were struck by an
express and all killed.
Two Oil Men Drowned.
MAHICTTA , Ohio. December 20. Ed
mund and Frank Lang , two oil men 'o !
Bradford , Pa. , were drowned in Duck
crook yesterday while trying to roach
Marietta in a skill' . The bodies have not
been recovered ,
Nine 1'crmmH Drowned.
Ind. , December 20. In
formation has just been received that n
family named Boas , consisting of the
parents and BOVOII children , were drowned
in the freshets in IJimlin crook , Ivy. ,
Sunday night.
BNATCllin ) FJIOM THU IJUHNING ,
A SMALL KIIli : AT KGAUNKV.
Sjicolnl Dispatch to Tint WEB.
KKAHNKV , Nob. , December 20. Aboul
seven o'clock last evening n fire broke
out in a tenant house located near the
business portion of the city nnd belong
ing to P. W. Wilson. This nnd nn nd-
joining homo owned byAV. L , Nash were
rapidly consumed. The timely efforts of
the fire department and numeroiisciti/.L'ni
prevented further conflagration. The
lire is supposed to have originated frnn :
an explosion of n lamp or defective chinv
1103no ono being in the house nt the
timo. Loss estimated from $1,500 tr
§ 2,000 , Inmirunco will nearly cover loss ,
FIUKS IN HP. LOUIS.
ST. LOUIH , Docoinbor 20. The larg (
( louring mill of George C , Thilonors al
Capo Girarduau , Mo , , burned yesterday ,
Loss $00,000 ; insured.
Another serious lire occurred betwoci ;
three and four o'clock Tuesday morning
totally destroying the furniture establishment
lishmont of Noidoringhaus , northwcsl
corner of Tenth street and Franklin av
enuo.
The value of the stock is $00,000 ; insur
anc9 $57,000 ; loss not ascertained. Tin
houau iimiishiux store of Charles Noid
csinyhuus , in the same building , was ulsi
burned. Hu valuoa hiu stock nnd ma
cliinory nt 50,000 , insured for 920,000
Loss on building owned by the St. Loui
stamping comjiany , $20,000. Wnnei
and John Oorynn , liremon , were nt'iirl ;
aullbcatod in the building nnd had ll
jump from the second story window t
save their lives.
A DAKOTA ni.m ; .
MiNNHAi'OMH , December 20. A Trill
imp special reports the burning of SOUTH
buildings in thu liuaineus part of Far 'O
Dak. IvOKs , 880,000 , insured.
The Empire brewery wns burned to
eluy. Losa , 840,000 ; insurance , Si-'IJ.OOO
MILL lU'HNKl ) ,
Mix.SKAi'OLis , Docoinbor 20.Tin
Tribune's llud Wing ( Minn ) special cay
a tire yesterday morning destroyed tin
building owned by Buckhartv , .Miller
lladlor , at Hod Winf. LOJD , 2.000
insuianco , $5,000.
u Pai don.
BOSTOK , December 20Ciavernm
Butler hut declined to pardon
the Fall Jtiver nuirdoror ,
NEWS FROM ABROAD.
A Terrible RiotEaging in a New
foundland To\vn ,
A Ringleader of Russian fliotors
Speedily Executed ,
Bert Afraid the American Hog will
Make Fronolimon Siok ,
The Movements of the False
Prophet in Egypt ,
OKN'RHAIi FOKIOIGN NEWS.
A UUSSIAN mor.
Ln A , December 20. The workmen
and olllciuls of the railway works nt thin
place engaged in n riot yesterday owing
to exactions of the contractors. Ono
ollioial wns killed , and Boveral workmen
injured. The ringleader of the rioters
luui boon executed.
So LIVES LOST.
PAIIIH , December 20. The report that
innny persons were killed or seriously in
jured by nn accident to n railway train
between Avrin court and Paris is incor
rect. The train wns thrown from tlio
track , but. only some freight cars and
homo boxes were shattered.
AN CHANGE WOT.
ST. JOHNS , N. F. , December 20. The
Orangamon'ii procession at Harbor Gmco
was attacked by n mob and three men
instantly killed nnd soyor.il mortally
wounded. The riot nt this hour (8 ( p.m. )
is not quelled. Detachments of infantry ,
cavalry and police nro being dispatched
by train and steamer to the scone.
A MATTKU OP HALAUY. ,
PAIUS , December 20. The senate by
n vote of 201 to 51 decided to reestablish
lish the annual salary of the archbishop
of Paris at 45,000 francs , the chamber
of deputies having reduced it to 15,000.
run FALSK
CAIRO , Dccombor 20. The latest ad-
iccfl received say that El Mnhdi is still
t El-Oboid.
UK FORMAL OR 1H.VVK.
PAUIS , December 20. Von Montonf-
of , governor of Alsace-Lorraine , has
rdored the expulsion from Germany of
wo Frenchmen , ono whom ia General
ronvol , for omitting the observance of
it flight formality in certain official tola-
ions with the national authorities.
nUEM TIIUUATCNKD.
OAIUO , December 2J. ( Three thous
and Arabs are reported threatening
) nom.
VMlJUKLtt'tt rOLKIV.
LONDON , Dccombor 20.r Immediately
, ftor tlio Christmas holidays Parnefl
lolds a series of conferences withhis , col-
eaguce , relative to the extension and reorganization - , -
organization of. the Irish partyjn Groak'- ,
E3ri airi'and ' Ireland , to "arrange tliojSol- " " * J
cy of the party in the forthcoming ses
sion of parliament.
AFRAID OF AMERICAN HOOH.
PAHIS. December 20. Paul Bert pub-
ishos a letter arguing that the fear of an
outbreak of disease from the use of
American pork is in no way chimerical.
EIo quotes statements of Dalrnors , inspector
specter at Chicago , who certified that
diseased and dying hogs passed his house
daily , and that they were sold cheap and
shipped to a Bordeaux houso.
The Dlamnl Swamp.
PETKUHIIUIUI , Pa. , December 20. Pro
ceedings have boon instituted against the
Dismal Swamp canal lottery , with the
object of testing the company's right to
sell lottery tickets in the state.
SitlToontcd by Goal Gas
TUF.NTON , N. J. , December 20. John
H. Diehl , formerly collector of customs
of Philadelphia , was found dead in bed
at Dolanco , Monday. Coal gas is believed
to have been the cause.
Socialist Congress.
: , Md. , December 20. The
biennial session of the socialist labor
congress opened to-day. It wai called
to order by Hugo Vogt , secretary of the
national executive committee. Twenty
sections or branch associations were re
presented. San Francisco nnd Cincinnati
were represented by proxies.
'M liciioinctlons.
CINCINNATI , December 20. The an
nouncement ia made tliufc Reuben It.
Springer , famous for gifts to thu public ,
has bequeathed to the Cincinnati Art
museum his valuable art collections. It
is also stated ho has given $10,000 more
to the College of Music for new build *
ings.
A Hard Nut CrauUod.
MALOXI : , N. Y. , December 20. Win ,
Ilatfield , an escaped convict from Michi
gan , was arrested yesterday by Sheriff
Stackwoll. Hatfiold stabbed the sheriff
and also Allen Stuck well and wife. Ilat-
lield was finally captured after being shot
through the thigh. The sheriff and sou
are not dangerously hurt.
MISH Blanche WillU Howaul , the writer of
ono of the best novuln of the Jny , IK described ,
In a letter from Itnmu , ug ' * u magnificent
blonde uf gunerous proportions , with charm.
Ing eyes , of n hazul cattt micli xvouen as , ono
uf her udmlrerfl ictontlv remarked , men were
mice wont to llclit fur In tha lists. "
DYSPEPSIA1
Don not iret veil of Itself ) It requires cartful , per *
litrnt nUcutlon awl n remedy Hut \rU as-slst nature
to Ilirow oft tlie cnuws end lone up the digestive
orpins Ull they rcrfonii their duties willingly. Urn.
lioj-Hortli , of Amlicnt , K. II. , nftcr trjLoc maay
"i uru cure * " without U'ncflt , found that
Ifo ocl's Stirsapar ilia
ilt'the nail en the Lead nnd mtorcd her to liealtb.
Ainoni ! thu tsomeu c Jitcrluutalby the clj-upoi'tlc.arij '
iMrua U'forc or nf t r cutii4losj of apr-etlte , Irrteu-
t'irlly of tha Iwu-b , wtml ir pu and lulu in tbo
ftoiiuch , liu-irHmra , tour ttcnuch , , Va , ctuklag
mcauiirwlon | , iieivoiulrfltiUlltyaudjktjiltSB * .
uru. ItfoimreditvuuraifcdlMiotcoodfUccrMultrr
'ltxKl' SarsuparULi , U lias cured huudmlj.H will
cure you If j-ou gl > p U ft fair Uianco.
: iss u .C.I.IIoooAiCo. I
( . ' iiili'mi'ii l .ui > muflilM to try Hood'i Rare * *
loriililpriuyyilr.vhuiuu un tiouUeTwiuifi ?
Dlve.Uonimd delJllly lor ! . luiil
( event } mr whith
ri-ally n.Bilrrol IwrtVeUe. IHIoro i * ISd
UiienthelirfUiottla h r lioMtli roiiuiiewoj to Tut !
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