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A Burning Question in E gllsh
Political OircloB
I ll-Mctnllt ! < nti Spoken of" n n Subject
Kor Future Discussion A Hlif
• lnurcnso In ilia I'nrlsinu
Dralli Unit
A Chnmio Fur ( lucs.crfl
( Cnpi/rluM ISO ) bu Jnnx'ji dardnn Ileniitt )
Lon'dq.v , Jan 2. | Now York Herald
Cable Special to Tub Bek.I Who is to bo
the next radical leader Is ttio iiucstloii of the
hour The most successful man In thorough
rough and tumble work of politics , the host
fighter , the inun who understands the liouso
of commons , who can Jump Into the fray nt
nnj moment and pour grnpo nnd canister
Intb the enemy The rann of resource und
readiness , whoso powers nro always ready
for Instant use , is Sir William Harcourt
jJ Bpk . 'I hero Is a cllquo which Incessantly
i f shouts for Mr Morley lhcro U
• another cleverly cultivated uuder the hot
, liouso of aristocratic lnlluonco which cries
for Lord Kosebcry A vor , " llttlo ouo tim
idly breathes the naino of Sir George
Trevclyan They will all vanish when
actual division has been mnde The general
utility man will bo Sir William Hurcourt ,
A for whatever view people may take , as mot
tcrs now stand Mr Chamberlain Is ontlroly
out of the race
A certain soctlon of the house of commons ,
limited In numbers , is anxious to mtroduco
bl-mctullUai ns n burning question for
public discussion In anticipation Hcbert
GllTcn bad coma fet word with n dr-creo to
impress upon mankind what Idiots they are
and how tno Almighty has thought proper in
these days to put ull the wisdom nnd sense
that the world contains in the head of Robert
Glffen Spooking , then , from that lofty
' height , Mr Giflcn has outlawed the bimetal
llsts , throwing out grave hints and seriously
impugning their honesty The bl-motallists
nro replying , and nllhougli they huvo a bad
enso , still they are showing that Mr Glffen
docs not understand the elementary condi
tion of the ' qucstlon Similar Haws were dls-
) covered In his recent dissertation on accuinu-
latlons of capital A llttlo uioro of tnis und
_ the publio will liso belief in even the Inful-
labllity o the board of trade , which will bo
the last and greatest ccllpso of faith of this
skeptical generation
i * " > Mnrringo of a Coupio With Long
y V lllnndlrd Nntnos
MrT . _ _ _ _ ( Cort/rfpht / 16 % ) tin Jamti aordnii neiinctt.l
BJf Eosdox , Jan 2. [ Now York Herald
B Cable Special to Tun Bee I The wedding
BB of lion Launcolot Douglas Carnegie , second
BJJ son of the earl of South Esk , with Miss
BJJ 1j > < * i Merion Alice Dccournny Barclay , second
VJJ t'jS ' k daughter of Henry ford Barclay of Moak-
BJ , A " horns , Woodford , Essex , was solomnlzed
! yesterday at tba church of All Saints , Wood
BJ ford Wells The cntlro plncojivas en fete
J > ' Flags were displayed nnd there was aTrlum-
BJ < phial arch at the entrance to the park The
B church would only accommodate one-fourth
H of the people The present Lord Carncgio , the
B brldogroom's oldest brother , wus best man
BJJ Mr Barclay , the brldo's father , gave her
BJ | away , She were awhltasatln bodlco nnu
B front draped with Brussels lace , looped with
Mb ornng'o blossoms The bodlco and sleeves
BJJ were edged with silver drop fringe She bad
B a long court train embroidered with scrolls
B > of whlto veivct , shaded with silver A tulle
JH veil covered witn n wreath of orange blos-
. Bsw . soma nnd a tiara of diamonds , the gift of thoU
U countess of South Esk She were a diamond
M L nccklaco , the gift of her father Her
BJJ bouquet Was of orange blossoms und white
H lilies She was attended by two
| B llttlo pages Among the guests were the
BJJ carl and countess of South Esk and Lady
B Dora 'Jnrncgio ' , Lord Carncgio , Lady Alex
BV andrlnn Cunliffc , Lord and Lady Monkwell ,
B Hon Robert Collier , Mr , and Lady Arabella
BJ Homilly , Hov and Lady Boatrlco Stewart ,
Hon Robert Carncgio , Hon David Carnegie ,
B Mr ard Lady Luechn Warner , Sir Fowoll
B and Lady Victoria Burton , Mr , and Hon Mrs
B Burton , Hon and Mrs Edwards , Hon M.
BJ Lawrence , Baroness Dolchman , M. Du Boo ,
M Canon Duckworth , M. und Mme Do Bun
Bj eon , Gcncrul Sir Danlol and Lady Lyons
B Mortality in Pnrls
BJ | CoplrfflMCSO h\i \ Jcimet Cordon Umnt' .A
Pams , Jan J [ Now York llarald Cable
< Jj Special to This Her.I The weather Is
H cold with n brief lntorval of sun The seri
BJ , ous natura of the inlluonza cpldomlo is
> BJJL j shown in the mortality statistics during the
jF / \ post week 2,834 deaths , against 1,033 for
BH } thacoricspondlng week last year This is
/BJ / * v duo to diseases of the respiratory organs
| | V The ravages of these complaints is clearly
JjH , shown in the following significant table of
Hi deaths in Paris : Dccumbar , ltS9. 5,009 ; Do-
hV comber , lbSS , il.Oll ; increase , 2.053. I'nou-
B inonia last week caused iIO ) deaths against
B slxty-sovon for'tbo sumo week last year , and
.VJ other discasbs show a Bimilnr terrlblo in-
BJ crease , Bcrtln , chief cashier of the Bank of
B | Franco , Is among the latest victims
H ) { / bcorgo rruuolB linn a Circus with n
Bl , UoatOII i'\lIl > ll
Boston , Mass , Jan 2. [ Speclul Tolo-
B gram to Tub Bug ] Citizen Train at an
B early hour Now Years morning had an ad-
I B venture which was a uovelty ' evcn to him A
HJ' ' footpad foil In love with his brilliant 10-ceut
Bj sojrf pin , and in his cfTorts to got It nearly
H tilled the hero of Madison square with lead
B Train had been out attending a prlVato mus-
HJ 3 , icalo glvca In honor of bouio of lold [ so-
H i * ciety friends and ho went dressed for * the
Bfl occasion , one of the most conspicuous of his
B ornnmouts , next to tha celebrated bouton *
B icrs , being the pin referred to It was after
B midnight when ho started for the Trouiont
B , hous , und after 1 a. in , when ho reauhod
B the hotel Ho went around to the privata
' entrance on lloacon street as xyashiscus-
Bl torn , but found It locked He was
BJ about to stall for the main entrauco when
' HJI three men approached him Ouo held out
[ Jl bis hand , but us handshaking U obkclion-
IHV able to Citizen Trulii ho stepped asldo and
j B , put his hands behlad his back As he did seR
R the stranger whipped out a revolver which
ho ItiVuled at Truiu's bead , ut the same tluio
BH , . inukluc a grab for his neck scarf A hordla
I driver who was pulsing iuw the act , and
BM • yoiliug for police dashed bolwoau the cititau
J uud his assuilant Tbencuiuod a row , dur-
J ing which soma one dragged Train into the
Bll hotel und the sti anger run uway Trains i
J comuiuuistlc principles would uol excuse
I _ . such an outrage to his person , and so , us soou
* i | B. f as it was daylight , ho laid the case before
ulHM tno clilof of polled
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( WHT > Weather Crop Bulletin
IhVJ WisuiNOTON , Jan 2. The weather crop
H bullotm for the month of December suvas
H The momh of December was unusually warm
8 In all dUtricts east of the Rocky mountains ,
S J wbilo norual temperutura prevailed on
the California coast , nnd has been slightly
cooler thnn usual on the north Pacific
Tticro has boon an excess of precipitation
generally throughout the lake region , Min
nesota , eastern Dakota , northern Now Eng
land and In Cnlifornin southern Oregon and
over the olntoau regions The ramfnll for
the month hns been most nnmunl for Cali
fornia , over eighteen inches having fallen ivt
Snn Francisco , tlttccn inches ut Los Angeles -
les and nearly eight inches nt San Diego ,
which was from three to llvo times the usual
amount for the month 'I hroughout the cn
tlro country south of ttho lnko region nnd
from Massachusetts southward to Florida
less than the normal precipitation occurred
t'roxrcsH of the Neirotinllnns Tor a
Heftli'incnt nf'llidr Inmliltw ,
New Yonic , Jan 2. ISpoclnl Telegram to
Tiik Bee ] The Catholic News has rocolvod
the following from Its correspondent at
Homo :
General Slmmonds , the Ungllsh special
envoy for the Maltese affairs , seems to en
counter some dlnicutties in accomplishing
his missions The dlMculttcs this time coma
not from Ireland , because the general never
had any Irish nffalrs entrusted to
him , but from Franco The reason
is very simple England desires a kind of
Catholic patriarchate erected ut Maltn , to
proslao not only over Malta but ulso over
Egypt and the Eni-llsh possessions in Africa
Of course Franco , which already possesses
the primatlcal sco of Algiers , with Jurisdic
tion-over nil Africa through Curdinnl Lavl-
gnric , cannot now revoke this protectoruto
Cardinal Lavlgerlo will booh visit Homo
in regard to this matter , and I nm certain
the holv sco will respect the reasoning of
the cardinal and of Franco As regards the
other political views of England , I Imvo it
from a good source that the people will nc-
cept the offer of havlnir a stable English
representative nt Home , hut on condition
thut ho will never iaterforo in Irish nf
falrs Leo XIII has declared acalu that ho
will never treat of Ir.sh affairs with Eng
land Ho would only take the part of an
arbitrator when asked by both countries "
Snn Aii onion Coirers to Bo Augment
ed From n Novel Siuro %
San Axtomo , Tex , Jan 2. ISutclal Telegram -
gram to The Bee | With the beginning of
the year the coffers of San Antonio exper
ience considerable Augmentation of revenues
from a source new and novel to the laws of
Texas and the city Since yesterday the
city clctk has issued licenses In accordance
witn a now ordinance to proprietors of
gambling establishments and the keepers of
houses of prostitution and inmates of the
latter , aggregating together 7.0U0 , and still
not more than a third of ' .ho persons ro |
quired to secure such licenses huvo done
so District Attorney Paschal declares that
ho will lnstitutu vigorous proceedings against
all parties procuring such license , despite the
city ordinance , which will cause an interest
ing conflict between the city and state offi
cials Carrie Anderson , % vbo a few days ngo
paid $250 to tbo city for the privilege of con
ducting u house of iU-fumo for the term of
six months , was today arrested by a deputy
sheriff and lined $100 by Justice McAllister
Tbo woman had to pay the flno or go to Jnll
Mayor Callnghau this afternoon instructed
Chief of Police Shardlno to raid nil places
tonlgnt and arrest all persons found therein
wlio iiavo not procured a license under the
now ordinance
Mary Anderson Not Kncnced
New Yokk , Jan 2. [ Special Telegram to
The Bee.1 The report cabled fromNice , ,
that-Mary Anderson was engagoU to Antonio
Navarro of this city is domed by the laUer's
father , Mr Jose F. Navarro . Miss Ander
son and tny son are old fnonds , but nothing
inoro , " Mr Navarro said "Ho Is travollng
abroad with his mother , nnd they met Miss
Andersen in Paris and ngaln In Nice Thov
are not traveling together , as the dispatch
says I think Miss Anderson is moru likely
to eater a convent than to get married She
is very devout and almost us much attached
to thu church as the stage She is a very
noble , beautiful woman , as modest as she is
unpretending and as pure as she is good Ho
would bo a lucky man who could get her for
a wife , but I think her inclinations are the
other way I have not seen a word on the
subject of nn engagement or a proposed -
riago in tbo letters I hnvo received from my
wile aad son "
The Profound Contempt In Which
Thov Are Held hy aKansns .Tuil o.
Leaveswoiith , Kun , Jan 2. | Special
Telegram to Tim Bkc A few days ngo two
metropolitan policemen of this city Induced
a drunken'soldier to purchase liquor from D.
H. Robinson , a druggist of this city , in order
to entrap thn latter into violating the law
and to secure his conviction When this Tact
becatno patent to Judge Croziar of the dis
trict court during tbo trial this after
noon , the case was promptly thrown
out of court Judge Crozier hold
that men who would Induca a man
to commit perjury , an ho would have to do ,
to swear that ho win ted liquor for purposes
authorized by lnw , when In reality ho
wanted it as a beveragewero us guilty as the
perjurer himself The case has attracted
considerable attention bore , and discloses
tno method pursued by the spy employers
who pretend to enforce tbo law
The Colombia Seizures
Washington , Jan 2. Assistant Secretary
of State Wharton was questioned today in
regard to the reported unauthorized seizure
and detention by oOlclals of the government
of the United States of Colombia of three
trading scboajQrs belonging to Now York
Wharton says some days ngo a lottcr wus
received at the state department from Foster
& , Co of New York , complaining of the de
tention of their schooners The department
immediately telegraphed tboAmcrlcun consul
at Cartbagena for no explanationand in reply
received a message stating that It was neces
sary for all trading vessels to clear from the
port of Carihngcna The situation is uot
fullv understood owing partly to the brevity
and buzincss of tbo message The case will
uot be fully known nor any official uctlou
taken until the consuls dispatches in full ,
which nro in all probabilities on tbeir way
uow , are received at the department
niCROlutlon or III" Hugnr Trust ,
New Yohk , Jnn 2. Notice of action In
the supreme court of the dissolution of the
sugar trust and asking for the appointment
of a receiver to wind up Its affairs was tiled
In the county clerks ofllco of Kings county
in Brooklyn , latu 'iuesdav afternoon by the
North Hiver sugar ii'llnlng company , a mem
ber of the trust , through Henry wlntbrop
Gray , rccolvor The nppoiutmout of a ro-
teiver is asked for to take ddsscbsIou of all
the property of the trust The court is usked
to restrain the defendant from disposing of
the property of the trust nnd from puving
auy further moneys out of tbo assets of the
copartnership or otherwise disposing ol tno
assets of the sutne
An Insurance Acuut Arrested
MiTCuru , S. D. , Jan 2. [ Special Telegram -
gram to 'lue Bee.J Dexter Turner , gen
eral agcut for South Dakota of ' the Citizens
Life association of Cherakoo , la , was ar
rested this afternoon by Sheriff Dwlght of
this county on a telegram from Sheriff Huff
man of Beudlo county , The urrcst is the
outgrowth presumably of the difficulty bo-
twuen htuto Auditor Taylor and Turner re
garding the association not possessing a
proper certificate to do business in the state
Turner is held awaitlug further word from
Sheriff Huffman
Tntnl Hciilei- . explosion
Chilucothe Mo , Jau 2. William
Hughes uud John Kunklo were instantly
killed today by tbo explosion of the boiler of
a saw mill oa Green river ,
Two Dano9 Near Grand Island
Quarrel Over a Girt
The Pcrprtrntnr of * the Deed Hue
occdfi in Making Ills Kscnnr
Suicide of n Farmer Nonr
Wymoro Stale News
Flcht Bntwcon lllvnls In Love
GitVNn Isiaxp , Neb , Jan 2. [ Special
Telegram to The Bee.1 A Dane farm
hand named Nols Christcnscn was shot nnd
probably fatally wounded nbout'llfteon miles
northwest of hero last night
Christensen and another Dana named
Ncllsen have for some tlmo been rivnl
suitors for a neighboring farmers daughter
Last iilght , while returning homo with two
companions from a Now Years sproc , the
two men became engaged In n quarrel ever
their love affair nnd soon cam a to blows
Ncllsen suddenly drew a rcvolvor nnd shot
nt Christcnscn , the ball taking effect In the
Their companions seemed to mnko no at
tempt to hold Nollseo until It was too late ,
and nothing hns since boon seen of him
Unless blood-poisoning sets In • thuro is a
chance of Christenson's recovery
A Fnrnirr Near Wymoro Suicides
WiMoun , Neb , Jnn 2. [ SpecialTelegram
to The Bee [ A farmer by > 'J.io nntno of
Larnson , living seven tnltos southwest of
this citv , committed sulcldo this morning
Ho nroso about U o'clock and his wife sup
posed ho went out to iced the stock She
heard two shots fired nnd ran out to the
feed lot nnd found her husband sitting
against n haystack with the blood flowing
from u wound in his head She obtained
assistance and bo was taken into tlio house
and a physician summoned , who examined
the wounds and said there was no hope or
his recovery Ho hud ncted vary strangely
during the past week and it Is thought ho
wus msano Ho flrod two shots , ono graz
ing his forehead and the other taking ofTccb
back of tbo car Ho leaves a wife and lour
Bride or Briilrsmald
ScmjYi.Eii , Neb , Jan 1. [ Special to Tnn
Bee ] This pldco is enjoying a uulqun sen
sation The causa of it happened last week ,
but has Just coma to light , County Judge
Thomas was called to the rosldonco'of a Mr
Poole , whoso daughter Nellie wns to marry
a Mr Peterson , When ho reached the
liouso George Poole , a brother to the bride
-slcct , told the Judge privately that Miss
Tlollo Woods and hirasolf were to bo wedded
after the mnrrlago of his sister and Mr
Peterson George suggested that they per
petrate a littla practical Joke oa the quests
by reversing the order of the coromonlos
The 1udgo agreed
The gnests in the moanlimo , who had boon
told that George and Miss Woods were to
act as best man and brldosmald respectively
for the ether coupio , were greatly surprised
when they came out ns star actors in the
mutrimonial drama The Judge uslcoa and
- celvid . .proDor- wor _ to the usual auos- _
tions and pronounced Miss Woods - nndMr. .
Poole man and wife The ether mar rlago
ceremony quickly followed und thoa came
tha real sensation of tha evening Miss
Woods upon being told that she was
the lawful wifn of Mr Poole
declared indignantly that she was
not : that she had trono throuch the nor
forinanco with Judge Thomas on tbo suppo
sition that this was necessary to the proper
performance of her duties as bridesmaid and
that she had not become nnd would never bo
tbo wife of George Poole She stoutly refused -
fused to accompany her husband homo and
still remains under the parental roof Miss
Woods is very handsome Her father is
very Indignant over the affair und says ho
will take steps to have the murriugo an
nulled Poole had been going with Miss
Woods for two or three years
Mn3s Hcrnclon Sialics a Denial
Beatrice , Neb , Jan 2. [ Spaclal Telegram -
gram to The Bee.1 Miss Agnes Herndon
was seen by your correspondent soon after
her arrival in this city thlB afternoon aad
was accorded an Interview , in which tha
sensational story toiegruphod from St
Joseph last night wasbroachod Miss Hern
don said , In support of a general donlal of
tno truth that she had made such a proposi
tion to Mr Held , as that gentloinan claimed
she did , that Mr Reid's wife of a few days ,
Miss Westbrook , became Jealous of her hus
bands continued attentions to Miss Hern
don , nnd tbo latter ludy says further thai
Hold admitted after the scene mentioned had
occurred , that his llttlo nerformanco was in
tended to squnro himself with his wife At
uny rate , Hold and His wife were discharged
and tbeir places here tonight llllea by now
Albion Items
Alhion , Neb , Jan 2. [ Special to Tub
Bee.J A cold wave is passing ever our
town The new year came In cold but pleas
ant The business houses were closed yes
terday afternoon to glvo all a few hours of
recreation As there was no snow for sleigh
riding the Days put in the time skating
The temporary organization of the Young
Men's Christian association wns made per
manent lust Tuesd.iy evening Thu society
starts out-undcr prosperous clrcumstaucos
William Anderson , an ambitious turfman ,
has purchased a young stallion , Neatwood ,
by Nutwood Bouno county has inuny well
bred young horses
Noti's from Ord
OitD , Neb Jan 2. [ Special to The Bbb |
The Epworth league of the M. E. church
gave a reception last night at Melford ball
to the Young Peoples Society of Christian
Endeavor of the Presbyterian church and
tbo Fuith Guards of the Baptist church
Ord Ledge No 103 Ancient , Frco and Ac
cepted Masons , celebrated New Years night
by a supper ut the Commercial hotel , the la
dies of tha brotbrcn being present Ord's
Musonlo interests are nourishing , a blue
ledge and cbuptar being established hero
Jailed Tor htealiii ! : Clothes
Kkaknev , Neb , Jan . 2. | SpcciaI TeloJ
gram to Tiib Hee.I Leo Pond , who played
with the Kournoy ball team last season , and
a pal from Grand Island , burglarized n room
hero yestorduy , securing u grip well filled
with clothing They urro caught at the
tralu lu&t night with the stolen goods iu their
possession uud Jailed for trial
A Farm Hum ! Injured ,
Pi.irmiouTii , Neb , Jan 2. [ Special to
TueIBee.1 Jumcs Roberts , working on the
funu of William Murray , met With qulio a
serious accident Ho was crushing corn for
fodder when ono of his hands got caught in
tbo machinery , tearing it in a fearful man
ner , Ho was brought to this city soon after
the accident und a surgeon culled , who am
putated the hand
A Prtuoon Itriduo for llultsmoutb
Platissioutii , Neb , Jan 2. [ Special to
The UeeI The Nebraska and Iowa Bridge
company huvo recently made a contract with
Mr , John Enoch of Chicago to build a pontoon
teen bridge across the river at this point ,
Tbo bridge will probably bo located at the
foot of Alain street
Dukn Simpson Out on nail
Neuiuska City , Neb , , Jan 2 , [ Special
Telegram to Tub Ues.ID.Y. . Simpson ,
cx-county trensuror , was today released
from Jail on a bond of ? 1CXX ) . , John C. Wnt-
son ono of the principal sufTcrors by Simp
sons ' dofnlcntion , wont oulitsliond ,
Cbnycnno County Wnn ttAVntcr Power
KistiUMj , Neb , Jan 2. | SpccnlTolcgratn !
to Tnn Bke/1 A resolution was presented
to the county conrtulsslanora today nsklng
that they call a spaclal electlbn nnd submit
a proposition to the voters to bond the county
for 1(09,000 ( to old in the construction of water
power and irrigation ditches The resolu
tion wns cirriccl and February 11 , I6W , des
ignated as the time for holding the election ,
* - i
It Will Probably Criit the Northern
IMctllo Hovi-rnl TliOu nni Dollars
St Pujt , Minn , Jam 2. [ Special Tolo-
gram to The Unn-l-'Fronlt B. Hooper of
Dayton , O. , has brought suit against the
Northern Pacific Hallway company for $10-
000 damages On Saturday ntpht , a fright
fully stormy ono , Mr 1 Hooper mounted a
truln at Glyndon , Minn In triivollng ho
always gets on the front oud of a tram , he
avers , n3 hols soiling rash registers , which
are a dolicnto picco of mechanism and re
quire his porsonnl care to keep from being
roughly handled , and 'ho Jumped on the
truln ut Glyndori botVvocn the first conch
and tbo baggaga car , Ho carried two grips
Ho tried to sot in the front door of the pas
senger coacb , but the conductor on the In-
sklo , nfter trying to open It for n moment ,
leclnred it locked nnil leisurely strolled
away down the car Uoopor bogged to betaken
taken In , as it wus then blowing hard nnd
was very cold .
By this time the train , wns going nt a high
rate of speed and Hooper tried to keep his
feet by hanging to the doorknob , but became
numb , and , tnu platform being icy , ho could
no longer stand mid ho slipped down on his
back , throw ono leg around the railing post
nnd with one hand crashed the brake stand
ard , and in this way ho rode Into Furgo ,
where ho had to bb removed from his posi
tion '
It was found that . .jHoopor was badly
frozen from tbo top of" his hcud whore the
hat lit on , down the right side to his ankle ,
and the right hand is so badly frozen that
several lingers will have to bo amputated
Hie right car will bo saved.although his right
side , outer part or the thigh und outer part of
the lower 1ms are badly frozen In the suit
for $10,000 damages Mr , Hooper charges thu
railway company with liieflloloncy and lack
ot care for thu traveling public
ills Testimony Vury DunnalnR | to the
Holyoku tVhlto Cnpa
Holyokr , Cole , Jan 2. [ Special Telegram -
gram to The Bee.J Jtuvas1 ascertained yesterday - ,
torday evening by Attorney Garrlgues , who
has tiled the informatlonVagalnst the White
Caps , that an attempt was belag made to
spirit away Oswald llonlg , ono of the de
fendants who had siirnlfjo 'dn willingness to
turn stuto's evidence _ > Hfcrzfg had a double
guard all day yesterday and last night
During tha day ono of th'ej guards was npj
proache 'd by a stranger , hvho offered the
deputy $25 it ha would leave his post for a
few moments The gUardf made a report nt
once and an additional guard was furnished
Hcrzig bus at times.be.endenthly ; sick , und it
was feared by the prosecution that ho had
been poisoned He was all fright this morn
ing , aud upon the rcVc"'Viining of court ho
was placed in tha witness box a
day in advance ot previous arrangements
or.tbo stat6. His Lvidtifco was straight
forward , and directly i'SiJIcatod Louis-and.
Payne as participating i tbo outrage on the
two lawyers The crosstaxaminvtion was
amusing and furnishdd to the bystanders
mucb merriment , but failed in any and
every particular to shako his testimony
Horzlg Is thirty-four years old , a Gorman
by birth , and nas lived in America ntno
years Ho has a wife nndilvo children Ho
is a common laooror , and says in his cvi-
deuce that bo was led into this whipping
scher i by Louis Wltherboo representing to
him that lots of people in town were going
to help whip Bennett and , Kelsey "
The prevallingtalk over town tonight Is
that the "Dutcbman.tola a straight story , "
and that the White Caps must go ever the
road The state will in all probability rest
their case tomorrow The Horzig testimony
has developed the fact that ether than tbo
dofendaats have been mixed up In the
affair Other arrests will probably bo made
soon '
The Bloux Chiefs dorner Commis
sioner Morcnn
Washington , Jan 2. The delegation of
Sioux chiefs had another talk with Controls
nlnnnr Mni-crnn tsrifiv Jfthn Clrfln snlil ;
Last summer you sent throe men out to
my country nnd they told us if we signed the
treaty wo would get schools and oxen and
wagons and other things promised in tbo
treaty of 1S63 and pay for tbo land wo
sold besides I boo some of the same things
are promised in both treaties My people
want to know if we nro to have them twice "
Mad Boar said : You scnt us throe par
sons to show us how to ' farm who cant talk
to us ; they only niuko motions with
tholr hands nnd ' then go away
Wo dent know what they
mean If they would plow und
sew nnd raise crops wo could see bow.thoy
did It and learu to furm hotter than the
farmers you send to tench us "
Commissioner Morgan Interrupted to say :
You should learn to'understand English
and then perhups tho1 farmers could teach
you " Mad Boar repliodj "If wo had got
schools on the reservation as promised us in I
lfcOi wo would now know English , but wo
did not got them Wo want to learn to farm
and do line the whites and wo want schools
on tbo reservations so we can loam "
To Got Rid ofn Hlvnl a Farm Hand
Dnses the ijoflfcr
Joi.iet , 111. , Jan S.-yJofinSohaofer of Mo-
kena is lodged in Jail hero charged with
poisoning the family onr ] John Dabl , with
whom ho worked on a farm near Mokena
The family consisted ot pahl , his mother ,
aged seventy.a glrlnamt-dMinaSchenck and
a hlreu man named Sch'aefcr. . New Years
day too girl prepared dinner , and when the
coffer * was served and t&tc 'd each inembor of
tbo family noticed a blttor tnste The stuff
was thrown away and in ' ew lot made This
was ulso hitter , but hotjenough so to prevent
tto family from , purfclijng freely Soon
after dinner all becamb alarmingly sick The
hired man and girl at ppco drank a lot of
fresh milk which caused vomiting and saved
tber | lives Dabl and hU mother died in a
few hours Whlto powder was found in the
coffee pot nnd Schaefdr , Ivho was a rivul
suitor witb Dahl for the SoliencK girl , was
at once suspicted When the sheriff arrested
him this inoruluir he tried to commit suicldo
with a rtizor
" The Wnmhsr J orroist
For Omaha and Vicinity Fair weather
Nebraska ; Fair , col J or Friday morning ,
followed by slowly rising temperature ;
easterly winds
Iowa ; Fair , colder , except in extreme
northwest portion ; stationary temperature ;
northerly winds
South Dakota : Fair in eastern portion ;
local snows in western portion ; colder Fri
day morning followed by slowly rising torn ,
peraturo ; eastern winds
_ , ; , . ,
The Ohio Como i ,
Couixiiiua , O. , Jnn , 2. The senatorial
contest is pretty much ut a standstill today ,
as all tbo candidates have agreed not to press
their cluttus before the uiftinbcrs until tbo
senate and housq'caucuses for organization
huvo been hold Brice aud Thomas claim
they are taking no hand in the speakership
The Extension of Mexico's Railway
System to Buonoa Ayron
Thu American ltitcrnntlnnnl Con
Kress Will ItcL'OinuiiMid n (5rent
Enterprise nnd Oiler n item
ed- for a World-Old Uvil
WasiiinotosBuheau Tii Omi-u Uti , 1
. )13 Fol'KTEESTtl ' STltERT , >
Washington I ) . C. Jan 2. |
' The International Amcilcan conference
hns gene to work In onrnest with tha begin
ning of the now year , nnd the commltteos
appointed by Mr Btntno the middle of last
month nro holding daily sessions , so that wo
shall very soon hear some Important results
Tha committee on railroads seems especially
In earnest und Is endeavoring to formulate
some plan for the extension of the railway
system of Mexico southward through Cen
tral America and down through the great
Duslu of the Andes to Valparaiso , Chili , nnd
Buenos Ayrcs , the metropolis of the Argen
tina Republic The report will doubtless
recommend thnt the governments of nil the
American republics unite to nsslst In the con
struction of the road either by guaranteeing
Its securities or by giving subsidies of lnnd
Atthorcouost of the committee Lioutonnnt
Ann of the engineer corps of tbo army has
boon dotallod by the secretary of wnr as con
sulting engineer , and will prepare the tech
nical portion of the report with reference to
the topogrupuy of the country nnd the cost
of construction It is not Improbable also
that the uommittoo will recommend a survey
bo made at the expense of the United States
government to detormlno the most ndvuntn-
geous and economical route Sucn a railroad ,
nccordlng to the unanimous opinion of the
committee , will do moro than any ether pos
Bible means to promote trade and general
prosperity nmougtho Amorlcau nations At
least ten years ngo ilintoon Uowcn Helper ,
the author of that famous won : , Helpers '
Crisis , " which did so much to b-ing on the
war , offered a prlzo of S5.000 for the host report -
port upon an intercontinental railway and n
number of engineers , both local and foioign ,
prepared papers which were afterwards pub
lished iu boon form ut Mr Helpers expense
This movement was a good deal laughed at ,
but events will provo that Mr IJolpor was
wiser than his generation
The committco on arbitration of the inter
national congress held its llrst mocting to
day and is expected soon to make a report
that will embrace a plan for the sottlumunt
of International disputes without nn appeal
to arms and to recommend Its adoption by
tbo nations participating In the conference ,
each of which , with the exception of Chili ,
has already signitled Its destro for some
such tribunal as will be proposed Several
other committees nro also nt work framing
reports which will bo submitted for the ap
proval of the conference as soon as they are
flnished Tha delegates to the conference ,
as Is well understood , have po tlunl powers , ,
but can only make recommendations to their
rcspoctivo governments
A cloralrTed cfforfwlll boVniade tlfS
which will have a very important effect upon
the mortgage loan business in all western
states , and therefore a direct inilucnco upon
financial affairs in the east } n Nebraska ,
Iowa and several other western states , farm
ers hayo'for years been complaining thnt
under the lnw mortgugas upon real cslnto
taken bv eastern and ether nonresident
capitalists are foreclosed in the United States
courts , thereby entailing a largo an unucc-
ossary expense , when they should be fore
closed in tbe countv courts where the lands
are located They also'complaln that under
the present laws the sales of land are alwayB
made by United States marshals at points
where United States courts are located , thur
entailing an unnecessary expanse and preventing -
venting tbo attendance ot the friends of the
mortgagees who desire to bid nt the sales
The late Mr Laird of Nebraska Introduced
a bill in the last congress providing that no
sale of real estate under any order , Judgment
or decree ot a United Stutos court shall bo
bad without previous publication or notice of
sucb sale being ordered or had once a week
for a least six weeks prior to the sale iu at
least one newspaper having a gonorul circu
lation In the county and state whore the real
estate proposed to bo sold is situated , and
that the sulo shall take place at the court
house of the county where the real estate is
located Mr Laird also introduced a
bill prohibiting attorneys from charg
ing fees in foreclosure proceedings
brought by nonresidents It provides
that no Judgment In nny court of tha United
States shall borcafter bo given for attorneys
fees In suits for tbo foreclosure of mortgages
on real or personal estate for the collection
of promissory notes or other contracts in
writing These two bills will bo introduced
in the senate by Mr Mandorson , who will
bade them up with Information showing that
the farmers in the west who enjoy the ad
vantage of eastern capital are often made to
suiter great hardships when foreclosure pro
ceedings are brought and sales ordered by
being compelled to go a long distance to at
tend court and to pay for attorneys fees , to
gether with the expenses of witnesses who
are taken a long distance Mr Mandorson
bolloves his bills will duss and that tha law
will have a marked effect upon the mortgage
business throughout the country
The sonata has not yet acted upon the nom
ination of Gillespie to bo register of the land
ofticn nt ONeill The nomination wus not
rocolved at the sonata until December 20 and
tbo committee on publio lands has not since
bad a mooting A good many inquiries have
been received hero concerning this nomina
tion , which will undoubtedly bo conllrmod
Senator Mandorson will introduce a bill
next week providing for tbo construe
tion of a bridge over the Mis
souri river in Monona county , Iowa ,
to Thurston and Burke counties in Ne
braska Tbe incorporators are Addison
Oliver , B. H. Holbrook , Mitchell Vincent
and other citizeus of Iowa , nnd A. B. Fuller
Silas Learning , John M. Peoples and other
citizens of Nebraska
Congressman Council smiled blandly today
when bis attention was called to the news
paper gossip in Nebraska concerning tha
litigation over the residence ho occupies
hero by virtue of its having been built too
far out on the governments property , One
would think uftor reading some of the news
pupor paragraphs circulated throughout the
First district of Nebraska that Mr Connell
and family are to bo turned out ot tbeir
house and homo and that the government
officials are on the eve of tearing the house
down over tno Connell family's head It is
true that there has beun a good doul of con
troversy in tbo courts hero over the con
struction of this building nnd that it has
been shown that the building extends out on
tbe governments parking and reservation ,
but other buildings in the neighborhood , In
cluding the Portland hotel , were constructed
iu the same manner nnd there is no danger
that tbo house rented by the Connell family
will bo molested This whole affair , so far
as Mr , Connell is concerned , Is a tempest In
a tea pot
Senator Mandorson expects , on baturday ,
to return from the east , where he bus been
spending the holidays Senator Paddock will
also boon hand at tharecouvonlngof congress
on Monday Me6sm. Dorsoy and Laws , who
are ut their homes in Nebraska , report thut
they will bo hero vWieu tbe bouse meets The
Nebraska delegation intends to pull closely
together to secure Quito a lot of local legisla
tion.Miss Nellie Rose water and Mr Victor
Hosewaler , who huvo been spending the hol
idays in Washlnuton , will return to their
school duties in Now York and Battlmorp ou
Sunday Thov have been the guests of Mrs
Stewart nt 204 Fourth sleet , southeast ,
Capitol Hill , and were In ' recipients of
many attentions during the holiday festivi
ties , -
K , T. CrcssoyV- * Huron , " > , , wns today
sworn into the il\ . . > ot us unt librarian
of the scnato ' t
Colonel D. B. li t torson Iowa will bo
one of the speukt i\tA llt < * jsluoss mon's
club dinner at thoV . Igton tin January 10.
J. O. Callnghnn ivodaj nppoiutcd po t-
mnstor nt Whlto V ) \ \ , L-nvronco county ,
South Dakota , vlco X. " tosle , removed
Land Commlsslniiet rod hns I ejected the
application ol Jiunos Barry to transmute
his tiling for land in . all Dakotn , for the
rrnson thnt ho had porlectod u tltlo to 1C0
ncrcs of land under the homestead law
Commissioner of Pensions Itamn was not
nt tha olllco today His son Green II , Raum ,
Jr , will bo married In Philadelphia this
evening , nnd General Raum wont over there
today to attend the wedding
Commissioner Groft today nfllrmcd the
tlceNlon of the hind ofllco ut North Plntto
dismissing tuo contest of James 11 Morrison
vs William Lattn , Involving the southwest '
of section 29 , township ID , range 2b , North
Platte dlstrlu
Pr.Hin S. Heath
Ilcnnoit or the Wool Itoitorlor Wnnts
an Advnlori'in Duty ,
vVasiii.xotox , Jan 2. The ways mid
means committco assembled today again to
near-reports on the tariff
George II Wnllaco of Missouri road n
paper on the necessity of maintaining the
duties on imported wool nnd suggested nn
ndjustnblo tariff , which would diminish
when wool was scarce nnd high priced nnd
increase when it was plentiful and low Ho
claimed Imperfections In the present classi
fications , saying thnt pantaloons were made
of third class or carpnt wool , selling ut KJ.50
per puir ; that it was used uvcrywhuro nnd for
ull kinds of wool manufacturing , ns well as
carpets , demonstrating that the importation
of third class wool Is diminishing the produc
tion of wool lu America Witucss said the
actual cost of the production of wool was
nbout 20 cents a pound , and thut no money
could bo made at that figure
F. B. Bennett of Boston , editor of the
American Wool Reporter , was the next wit
ness Ho said the petition for reduced du
ties on wool for the bonclltof manufacturers
who furnish our domestic wool growers
the solo market for their fleece , would
secure a great many signatures nmong
that portion of our agricultural population
concerned in raising wool , Hennelt spoke
ot nn ad valorum petition to bo proscnted to
congress , describing the signers ns among
tha lurgest merchants and manufacturers ,
and reading letters from exports lavorlng
this syslom of tariff In answer to Chair
man McKintoy , witness sold personally ho
favored the nd valorem petition Ho be
lieved an nd valorem duty of 40 nor cent on
combing nnd ! )0 ) per cent on carpet wool
would afford sufficient protection
J. F. Glbbs of Greoloy , Cole , taking the
accounts of his Colorado farm showed that
133,000 , pounds of raw wool cost the grower
about 23 cents per pound At the seaboard
it cost U0 cents nnd after scouring pretty
nearly 90 cents Adjourned until tomorrow
The Unltod States Ucoolvns the New
WASinxnTov , Jan 2. The national proto
types allotted to the United States
at the international convention of
weights and measures in Pans in' '
in Soptomber.lostjvoro formal ly recclvpd ,
' '
and accopte 'dlJyISBpresident this n 'ft oruoon
wore brought from Paris In two bnxns euirp
fully sealed and marked , and had been vigi
lantly guarded from the moment of their
manufacture These now standards were
constructed by the cooperation of the prin
cipal governments of the world Their his
tory in brief is as follows ;
In lbOD the French government invited the
other nations to send delegates to Paris for
the purpose of forming un international com
mission fur tbo construction of a new motor
for an international standard of length The
invitation was accepted und our government
appointed Professors Henry and Hilgard as
delegates Iu 18T5 a treaty was signed ut
Paris for the establishment of an interna
tional bureau of weights and measures The
bureau wus established and put uuder the
administrative direction of the delegates
from the vurlous countries concerned A
large staff of learned men was omuloyed
to study methods for carrying out
practically the theoretical requirements
agreed upon as necessary by the delegates ,
'lho difficulties encountered were all sur
mounted und the work was carried to a suc
cessful completion Tbo standards ordered
by the various governments were distributed
by lot lust Septoinbor Ono set of standards
set upart as International prototypes Is kept
In a cave at the international bureau The
object of putting thorn in a cave is to secure
them against accident and sudden or grant
chan gos of temperature , as it is
doomed possible that a permanent
change In the molecular structure of tbo
muterlals of the standards may bo brought
about by such fluctuations of thu tempera
tdro No single person can have access to
tbo international prototypes The cave Is
locked up by three diflercnt'koys In the
hands of as many Individuals , and every con
celvabla precaution bus been tuKun
< The standurds distributed to the various
governments are called national.prototypes ,
and tbo same care will bo takou to preserve
thorn unaltered us Is doomed necessary lor
tbo intornutional standurds
She Will Kndouvor to Ke.ison With
Great Britain
Lisiioy , Jnn , | 2 At tbo opening of the
ccrtes the king nnnouncod that the foreign
relations of the kingdom are all that could
be desired Ha reviewed the progress made
in the African colonics ot Portugal The
king said ; The patrlotlo aspirations of
Great Brituin to extend her vast African
possessions has been met at several points
by the ilxed determination of Portugal to
maintain bor uuthority over these
regions that the Portuguese were the first to
discover and to open to Christianity und com
raurco , and where tbo Portuguese ! uutuorities
have exercised Jurisdiction and lnlluonco
sufficient to indicate incontestable possession ,
my government will endeavor to convince
the British government of our right , hoping
to obtain an equitublo adjustment of all lo-
gitlmato intorcts "
A Hard ( "as lo Solve
Ciuoaoo , Jan , 2. [ Special Telegram to
The Bee.J Frank Andrews , the wealthy
young merchant whose actions at the Pati cr
house lately led to his arrest as a mad man ,
was examined in the insuno court today , lo
all appearances Andrews was as sauo as
any onoiii couit , and this fuct was so evi
dent that all thu Jurors except ouo voted for
his release On uccounl of the disagreement
the case was postponed until next week In
the meantime the paliont will bo sunt to a
pnvuto insuno asylum for treatment , tils
doctor says ho lias delusions cuuKcd by the '
bad condition of his nervous system , due to
tobacco aud liquor Ho Is the son of Prof ,
Loren Andrews of Kepyon college , Gam
bler , O.
"Otrllo" nt the Auditorium
Cmoido , Jan 2. Verdi's opera "Otello , "
was produced for tbo llrst time lu America
at the Auditorium tonight The stage setting
was magnificent to a dogrea rarely cquulled
The production of this onoru bus been post
poned twice on account of the illness of tbo
great tenor , Tamugno , but bo was on hand
tonight , having Dually triumphed In his
struggle with la grippe Mme Albani ap
peared as Dosdamona
Salisbury Up
London , Jan 2. The marquis of Salis
bury It up and about the house ajralu ,
In the Wnltc's Whirl Ho Lamia the M
• Four Hundred H
Mr nnd Mrs Grovnr Cleveland Amonit H
the Gur-Hts ] ho Gayest Scene H
i\or : Witnessed In the Met H
rnpolitan Opera liouso , H
N'r-w Ynrk'n Darling Triumphant H
New Yoiik , Jan 2. A $15,000 , ball 1b In H
progress tonight nt the Metropolitan opera H
liouso , und the chief executive Is Ward Mo- H
Alllstcr ho to whom the statement Is crcd H
itcd that Mow York's best society consists ot H
only -100. Last April McAllister was rendered H
unhappy bcc.tuso Mr Fish ousted him from H
the mnnngoiiieut ot the great Centennial H
ball , Then McAllister said ho would got up H
n ball of his own some time and domanstrato H
what a really perfect bnll should bound to- H
nights affair is thu demonstration The H
money was raised by subscriptions from the H
Asters , Yaiidcrbtlts , Dcpows , Morgans , H
Lorlllurds , Goelcts , HewittsCoopers , Clews , H
Corbitis und many others of thu 100. H
McAllister's id"as were being worked out H
smoothly when suddenly there came the her * H
riblo Intimation that ho would ba thicatoned H
with n flood ot pollceniou In the suppur H
room to pi event the use of wlno after 1 n. m. H
Argument was brought to boar , however , H
and as a result the corporation counsel H
today notiUcd thu police that the H
ball was n prlvato nflalr and H
that thu guests bad u right to drink H
wlno nil night if they wnntod to whorounon kssssl
the police board untitled the force to keep H
their hands off and pencil the 800 quarts of H
champagne which had been purchased to H
bo drank ut leisure Invitations were Issued H
to each subscriber with permission to invite H
seven friends , consequently the uuiuUor on- H
tilled to bo present was 1,7.13. H
The opera house was decorated in the most H
elaborate manner with rich hangings of silks H
nnd a Moral dlsplnv I * Is the liundHomcst H
decoration the Metropolitan opera house hns Hover
ever had All through the corridors and the H
stnir cases were trees of troplo H
growth , shrubs of rare culture and H
blooming flowers , while soft Incan H
descent lights were everywhere H
save in the dim , dark vault above the bus H
ponded canopy of green , H
Perfumed fountains scented the nlr nnd |
music floated from unexpected sources , tha |
orchestra being hidden M
The patronesses of the ball include Mrs M
William Astor , Mrs Do Ltncoy Kune , Mrs H
Hlllolt Roosevelt , Airs Philip Schuyiar H
aud Mrs George I'cabody Wclmoro H
They arrlvod at 10 o'clock and H
were received by Cornelius Vmidcrbllt , H
Byron K. Stevens nnd Ward McAllister , H
and cscortod to tha position whore they M
should rccoivo the gueits H
Aril o'clock the dancing floor was astir M
with promunadcrs und soon after the done M
ing begun with the quadrille dHonncur M
Supper wus served iu a room where 1,20J H
might sit The lady patronesses wuro at H
one tuble , presided over by McAlllstor , who H
hud Mrs William Astor on his iright Mrs H
G rover Cleveland was seated at McAllister's H
loft At the foot ot the table was Cor H
nollus Yaudorbtlt with Mrs Elliott L H
Roosevelt Others nt this tabta H
were Count D , Arco , the German minister ; H
Secretary ot the Navy Tracy , C. M. Depow H
with Mrs Paran Stevens and Grover Qloyo H
- a. iiUMri WVC iVhttnoy After sup M
iur i ll"cln ? . , wus resumed , and ended with H
There wore In 'it 'lSOcoUlifiSS : " ' " ' ' " Aim-rica. B
Ono Man Killed nnd Another Injured H
at Economy , Pa H
PiTTsnuito , Pa , Jan 2. [ Special Telegram - H
gram to The Bee.J By an explosion of uat- H
ural gas at Economy , Pa , this morning H
George Kirschhaum , aged forty ycurs , was H
almost instantly killud and John Becker scr- H
lously Injured Tbcra was a shortugo of gas H
in the little village yesterday , nnd shortly H
before daylight this morning Kirschhaum H
and Baker , both members of the Euonomlto H
soeioty , started nut to ascertain the cuuso of H
the small supply They carried a lantern H
and no sooner hud they entered the gas reg * H
ulator building thun there was a torrltle ex- H
plosion The building was totally wrecked H
uud Kirsckbaum so badlv burned that ho H
died in a few moments Boukor also sus * H
taincd serious burns , but will recover Tha H
flames ignited a tank of oil near by , which H
was destroyed H
Publio Debt Statement H
WieniNiiTOK , Jan . 2. The public debt H
statement wus issued today H
Interest bearing debt-Principal , JSJ9 , . H
697,402 ; interest , $10,083,447 , ; total , $ % JD , < fl
0M > , U09 ; debt on which interest hns caused H
since maturity , principal nnd interest , H
< l,9' .Kt ) > 02 ; debt bearing no interest , { 703- M
&bu,55U ; total debt , principal , ll.nqO.iiiij.OlO ; M
interest , $10,240,414 ; total , lU10 , riUJ,054. M
Total debt loss available cash items , 31,033- M
WS.O.M ; not cash In treasury , Mi,5'J. ) ) , M3 ; M
debt less cash in treasury January 1 , lb90. H
$1,052,1152,011 ; debt less cash in treasury H
December 1 , 18SI ! , ? l,05ll,0l,00r : ) > ; decrousa of M
debt uuring the month , I,12.3U' .I4 ; deoToasa H
of debt since Juno U0 , Ibb'J , $ 1,003,710 ; total M
cash In treasury ns shown by treasurers ' H
general account , ? < ! ii,700 : , Jll M
Thn Library Not lliimod B
BiitJKsr.i.s , Juu 2. The report that the HJ
library In the royal pulauo at Luoke was fl
burned in the fire which dostroyud that fl
structure yestordny proves to have bean un BJ
founded A number of important doca-
incuts relating to the Congo Frco stuto were IHi
destroyed and the queens entire wurdrobo LJjjjJ
burned ]
The damage is estimated at $1,200,000.
Some priceless statutes were destroyed , 'lho Hjl
table upon which Napoleon signed the dec ja
larntton of war against Russia was shut * Bjl
A Vlndictlvo Iiurclnr M
PiilLAUELViiu , Jan 2. Surah Kelly , aged HJ
olghty-ouo , aud Ann Kellyoged seventy-nine , M
slstors , bad tbeir throats cut last night by BJ
soma ono unknown The women lived in a |
llttlo frame dwelling at 200 Wlster street and BJ
were awakenoi by thu Intruder after they BJ
had co no to bed lust night The man do- BJ
manded money nnd when tbey declared there BJ
was none In the house slashed ouch of them BJ
across the throat with a knifu The women BJ
worn removed to the hospltul aud may BJ
recover Bjl
Llnulenmit Itust Hoard From BJ
FJtANKroiiT , Jan , 2. The Franufurtor H
Journul bus hews from Lieutenant Rust , U
who has arrived at Aden Ho states that BJ
whllo on the way to Join Peters he was seized H
with a severe illness All his followers deserted - H
sorted him except ono personal attendant M
Subsequently ono of the dosertnrs returned Bj ]
end told Hust that he hud seen thu murdered H
bodies of Peters uud Tiuduinti , BJ
m BJ
A Hlibber Truxt Itobahlo BJ
Tiiento.v , N. J. , Jan 2. It is stated that H
the negotiations which have been in progress BJ
for some tlmo with u view to establishing a H
rubber trust lu this city are about com * BJ
pleted , British capitalists , it is said , are BJ
taking an Interest amounting to about SJ,000BJ
000. uud ura to push tbo stock in England BJ
uud Scotland , BJ
Htcniiiklilo Arrivals H
At Phlladelphia-Thu Lord Clivc , frori BJ
Liverpool , H
At Liverpool Tbo ClrcaUslau , from Hal * . H
tlmore BJ
At Now York The Nordlsud , ttoui AuWBJ
werp BJ

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