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= " . . ii . _ . , ci : . . " ' ' _ .u : . I THE OMAHA ! . , DAILY BEE. r' i _ : . . , . srl'AnlaSJI1DD JlJND In , 1871. OMAhA , TUESDAY MORNING , JXEOEMI3ER 25 , 18 ! ) . ! . SINGLE COPY JnrJD ( XENTS. 'y . \ ' RESTORED TO - IllS $ COM [ AND - " Admiral Ting Again Placed at the Head of the Chinese Navy , fOREIGN OFFICERS Mr\KE \ THE REQUEST 1 _ ' Ono or the Chllcso l'cncolh ! , 5n"or Ihcovcrclt to 10 Not Accol.tnbto on Account or Acts While GO\'Orlll or rorm05n. , . , . . LONDON , Dec. 21-A 1lpateh ] ( to the . Times from Tlen.Tsln , which wl be pub- ] Ishel ] tomorrow , says hat an edict has been Issued continuing Admiral Ting In command of the Chinese fleet. The foreign officers of the feet , I appears , sent to Prlnco Kung , preshont ( ] of the admiralty , as well 1 vresl Ment of the Ttung-Ii-Yaiien , , a unanimous protest against the punishment of Admlrat Tins , who has been blamed for not protecting the dockyards at Port Arthur against the ( Japanese feet , as wel n for time defeat of the Chinese fee at the hattie fought oft the , . ) Ynlu river In , which engagement he was In 4'4. command of the Chinese squadron. The for- elgn ofcers declared the charges ngalnst Ting nrc unjust , and that they wl resign I ho Is puus1met1. The Chinese naval out- cers also sent a petition to PrInce Kung askIng . Ing for Admiral Tlng's retention. The 1"00- chow clique , which ousted Admiral Ting , Is now , the Times dispatch adds , conspIring against Admiral Ting and Is prompting the censors with false accusations In order to accusatons nvengo the execution oC their comrade , Call' thin Fong . commaller oC the cruiser Chen- Yuen , who was executed early In November for cowardice In the battle off the Yulu river. Japanese cruisers have lately been examin- lag time Chang Tung coast. They appeared to ue selecting a landimig place near \Vel- Ilni-Wel. preparatory to attacking that 1.1.1cl Shoal YecIlen , the late governor 4C For- mesa , who , with Chang Ylng 10um , a mom- her of the Tsung-ii-Yamen , was appointed hnperlal commissioner to treat for peace with Japan , has been found to be Inellglb1e for that ofce , ns ho Is accused of having offered rewards while governor oC I'ormom : for Japanese heads. A dispatch from Peking to the TImes , which wi be published tomorrow , says : American mediation proves to be but a format - mal compliance with the Tien-'rsin treaty without any practical resuls , Hence China wii1 dispatch a fresh mission under AmerIcan - lean advice and will endeavor to neotato directly. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ J.tl'8 \ \NT FOItMOS. Think that 'WIIhout Ifeconspemiso Them for Their , Troube. ! WASHINGTON DEC. 24.-Recent newspaper - paper mal advices from Japan show that the question of the terms of peace that JApan % _ vil1 demand from China Is fruitful i wi lemand Chna a fruitul subject . ' . of discussion by the native press. Opinions differ regarding these terihs. One paper as- serts that Formosa , 50 Important from a commercial and military point of view , must at al vents bc talen. Alter detainG what an Immense expenditure must bo incurred - curred by Japan In supporting Corea and protecting Japanese InteTsts In the north of China following the war , the papers declare Formosa wi have to be annexed as n re- UL source from which ! to draw receipts at least I , "equal .to'the . . prospective , ! expenditures. \(1 . JuQtler .paper enters a strong , p otest e against the claims advanced that China must , smutrpnder territory , entirely out or proportion to time objects for whIch the war was under- alen. Jsslmlng.that.tl'.war ; Is practically over , the Jautneso are , already discussing Japan's prospects , thereafter. Mr Kunelcw , time vice minister of state for agriculture and commerce , has been looking - ' 'InB Ilto time hl tory of -the ) 'Uhited States , 'aftei the great cl'l wnr and to Germany . 'nCter the 1"ranco.Prusslan wAr for light on ' the subject , and the Noshomusho has been _ : " ; holding consultations about the matter for some time . but the investigations are far from concluded. Various ministers are personally of the opinion that the extension of facilities for dIrect exportation Is or the , greatest hnl10rtance. SBIOUS SITUATION IN COREA According to n Seoul correspondent affairs lro again becoming serious In Corea where there Is trouble In which Tai Won Kums who . Is ulIErstood hero to bo practically prime mlnlstel' Is Involved. I had its origin In the surrender or Lei Kai , a favorlo of Tai . Won Kun , to time Corean police . In whose I custody ho Is now held I.el. It appears , tool ' part In alt the celebrations of the ( action headed by the aged statesman amid therefore . \ Is acquaInted with thc prospects. Shortly 4 afterward he was made a Iiolco ofclnl and had occasion to meet members of the Japanm C ! police , now In time capital Intercourse wlh time latEr gave him nn Insight 10 time real ' intentions entertained by the Japanese toward Corca. Thus newly enligimiemsed ' tcwcrl enlghlenel , says , the correspondlnt , his hatred of the crooked artifices and Ignorant devices oC the faction racton with which ho hud been connected grew Intcnse and conscence finally Ilrovo him to confess to the ( pol co what ho knew of the facton's doings lie was placed In confine- ' ment , and , although implored by several of time parties against whom he hal Informed . not to confess , suede a clean breast oC all ho , knew anti had done. z SOle objections \ ere made by time Corean government to the Iemalls of the Japanese minister , Inonye , for examination of witnes3es winesses Inplcatel In the affairs , time Corcans Issert- lug that such ' Il'oceedlngs would bo contrary to the tle.honorell usage oC the countr . The resul oC thIs ' frt collision between Ccunt Inonyo all time Corean goverment was not clearly known ut the time of wrhtimsg. Letters , by means of which the faction In- cited the Tonghull Insurgents , together whim wih other , Ioculelts bearing on the same poInt , secret dispatches Bout by time Tal.Won.Kun to the Chlneso generlis In the I'hyong Yang , have al falen lisle the hands of time Japamm- ese luthorltls nnd time siniter project of the old genteman and his followers against Japan : . the correspondent adds , Is now an open secrot. , , ChINESE I.OSSI UI TO DATE. . Since the . evenls trnsplre.1 news has coismo . to the United States by telegraph to cOle the " effect list the JapanEse government hiss "dis- pensH ] with the ( services of 1'al.Won-Kun anll the natural Ilresulilton Is that this : leton WIS the ( result of time occurrences reo - - ferred to , I actonal strife In the Corean court Is said b ) another Ilaper to bo the 11'110 cause of all time evils now hnmperlng time counlr"s progress. I.atel' another bono ; of contention has been added to accentuate the political confusion already existing In existng , th" field of l.ollcs. I Is a question rllutng to tic parentage of Il'ollnent members of , the go\erment amid the present trouble , which had its origin In the old Corean 'system of concubinage. A Japanese ' Ilalnr gives a summary of the loses of use Japanese and Chinese armIes up to No"ember 3 , exclusive of the b3tles lt L Pm'gwang ' , Chang. 1\lnchan. Talen.Wnn an at Iort ( Arthur This shows that the Japan , emiii lost about 330 kiled amid 835 wounded whln time Chlneu lost 4,000 killed and 1,00 ( ) . wounded , smut 1.500 oC them were made I captives. The Japoneso have also talen 225 Canmion besides man ) ' other arms , 43OOOG60 ( ) 'clrtrilges $ , beSldl1 mough nUlnunllon to " last 1 month's Irlng , wih 30,000 riles , 3,4O ; tents , 1.000 hOles , 3,000,000 tlels worth of r ; 111 ' amid silver , 11PO mile coIns , 2,413 koklt of rice , 5,755 Ioku , of unhulell rico anti In ll1lon , auflicient food to ( last an army of OO" l"In ! tll dan , ' The Cllle ; a ho\ ' : : ot thlrt h \cssels , s I torplo boat , five mcn of war and one of their war \uels captlred ; , which snakes a i total tonnase or U,8O tons. The number : of killed and woundell on time Japanese : sid a at Port Arthur is I estmated tt over .00. 400I' t dlle the eneimsy's loss Is eltmated at 9QOO. - - - - - , l'hurch11 i I U'ub'o In"lr I , LONDON , Pee 2II.onHnndlph , Churchill ' 1Innl II 1.'lon tonight. He \t to bl cIl'rlel tl hll < arlace fron Ce - Imln. HI WI emaciate ] and pale and ap- I eared to be In I , emi-comatoso condi- ton. i I.mly Churchill . formerly Jennie Jerome or New York Is much worn by con- Itunly nursing her husband A OTJIn : IMI'lHTAl "ICTOHY. Uencrut I.lnl nelltmt bY , the .Tups After J''o nnlr ' hard IIghtIiig. YOOIAIA , Dec. 24-General Insura on December 1 ! attacked General Lung's posl. ton , seven miles west of lalt Cheng. The positon was defended ] by 10.000 Chinese , who were routed after four assaults. TOKTO Dec. . , ' TOIO , 2j.-Ad'lces received here confrm the report of the defeat of General Lung after hard fghtng for five hours . Time JApanese are now about ten mites from New C itwang . which It was expected would be renchell tea , ] } ' . 10NDON , Dec. 21- dispatch to the Tlmls ( remit Jobl says 1,000 Tonghnks do- realed time Corean garrison oC 300 nt Chal- lallo l 11 ] huret their houses. The Inhabl- ants of the lawn fled. It Is reported that a number of Chinese were among lie Tong- haks l , A tlspatch from AntonI san that the Japane o forces consisted of four regiments of infantry and five batteries of artillery. The Inter bomuartCI the Chlneso who bind estahlshel ei themselves In the village of i Congtva. The infantry then cllarget through the Chinese hisses. The fght was stubborn , lie cambatants meetng hAUd to hanll The fight was the fiercest Ihat has yet taken Place. The Chinese loss Is estimated at GOO kIlled or wounded The Japanese also I sureret se'erely. A dispatch reeel'et here from Shanghai states that time third Japanese army Is reported - ported to have landed west oC Cheroo und have captured I.al Cimow a seaport town oC China In the province oC Chan Tung on the s outh Ehore oC the , sOlth gulf oC Pc-Cut-LI. TIEN.TSIN , Dec. 2i.-Chmang Yin HOln , a I member of the Tsung.I.Yumen and Simaoyeo lien l , late governor of Formosa , have been m appointed Imperial commissioners to treat ror peace wih Japan. ( I'AITI J : m3IIINA'S OtFEIt. Illrlo Thlnk thin l' IICO I'ropoq.sls a Iero Slhomo 10 Gltn Time. TOJIO , Dec. 21-Parliament was opene I today by commissIon. The speech from the i throne brlely referred to the victories achleve1 by the Japanese trcops In cvery engaglments and says they arc steadiy pressing forward In , the enemy's terrier ) ' , adding that It Is eSPEclal ) ' satisfactory to note that II EplO oC cold and hardshll' the forces are moro than ever disthmigmilshslnt ; Ilslngulshlng themsel\cs b ) their valor. The relations or Japan with the neutral powers arc more Crlelly than ever. Time revision of treaties In accordance with long cherished desires has been accomplshel wIth some countries and with the United States the negotiations for Ihls purpose are making favorable progress In conclusion the speech says : "Having been place In such a glorious situation we wish 10re than ever to promote the civiihza - , ton oC time country and lnjoln Pnrlament cvlza- t to autO takes notice 01 the state ( f affairs at horn a abroad and by securing harmony be - b- tween this government and Limo people assist In the ( furtherance of the ) hnperlal I " wishes The government Is still skeptical In stl skeptcal reo gard to Chinn's peace overtures and points out that 10 authoritative statement has been made by China In regard to the mission and that whie Chln now professes to wish ] peace Information has reached the govern - ment of Jaln that she Is now negotiatin gover- g for time purchase of an entire nlgotalng entro squadron of the Chlan navy . and the agents of Colonel 1 Von Ianneldn In Europe , It Is stated arc trying to enlist a number of Germnn officer B for service In time ofcers ChInese servie army and navy. , . : 'RIHWl OJ' J11 _ IT , : - I 8010 Slutes DI81)81nl of Fully Jll the I Crop In tmt aimiminor . CIILCAGO Dec. 21.-Time Farmer Review ' tomorrow will say : Reports hnve been r eceiVed by the recelyel Review from correspondents In I Iinois , Indiana . Ohio , Michigan , Ken- I\en- tucl ( ' , Missouri \ ) , Kansas , Nebraska , Iowa , 'Vlsconsln , MInnesota and the Dakotas on the extent to which wheat Is being fed to being fel c attle. In some parts of Ilnois wheat hums been red largely . especially where markets mm ro not easily reached , lre ensly reachel Or where other feed reps are short In other parts less has been fed thal In some other states , apparil sOle appnr- e mitiy because ent ) or the case with which the mnlkets are reached , mimi also because no othel' fnrm product Is found so salable. So n good mummy counties report little or no ltte wheat helng red. Inlinna Is feeding prob- nbly a. little larger . ' n lte proportion , nnd In some of the counties I third ! of the crop viii he dlspoell or In this wuy. Ohio Is ( wi the CIOI ) freely amid In localIties more wheat localtes thnn t cor Is being fel Over n Inrge part of thl t stnte half oC the crop will be mnmmrIcteml Iin l time form 01 live stock , and mnrlcted arc c ounties where the nnl ' 'counteR cf proportion oC tlie crop' proporton thl crop fed . wi bl not less Limit iO per cent. In i : lchlgnn the amount fed varies greatly . s eine counties feeling none amid olhers nearl ) ' nil of the whelt crop Heporls tY.I : 30 i ami 40 per cent being fed are quite com- mon. Kentuck reports lame quamitlties helng red , anti some counties svhil thus chit- IIOH u ! of huh their countes wi reports ua 1 like conditon , Klnsns anl 118sourl Nehrslm rellts are fceling very Im'Jely. the low price snaking It I I very economical feel , In comae counties In i lown I Is helng fed Inrgely \ ' countes h ail or thl CiO ' , but In other counties it Is i ' recelvllg little attention iK countes , I \ Vlscomishim . \\'Isconlin. llchhln mind the Dakotas con- tllernble Is being ted , but' ( lie . practIce Is rar ( rein unlvel'Enl. . prctce a- JlnSl CII,1fItlf.I I'W.V .1' UTW.t. Some Chanes lave loon Aalle II the , ' . UAlal I'rnlrll. UTICA , Dec. 2l-Wlth a single Interrup- ton t or four years dUllng the war the 'elsh people have hell In elstedtoll In Utica Innual m ) ' cn the let or January for forty 'enrs. This year ole changes have been made In the uSlalllrOSlI , but the gather- Ing l on Jnnuary 1 , 1&9 , wi hnve no less In- ( crest than formerly for C'yrnrho cItizens In nil smut or time nlted States 'fime Ihrst m eessiomi wi li helt on New Year's eve , when JOhlah 111'1' of this city . one or time most luent or Welsh ortol' , wiii preshle 01 the morning Of " ) ,11 wi , . " the 'elsh name fOI' New Yeall day , the president - dent wi ( be 'I' ' Solomon OI'llhK. p05slhl ) ' time most wIleiy kmiOvmi'eisiiimiuin In the Unl.t Slnh's ' 1h. ' conductor nr the elstethlll wi lie I Jtnr ) ' . I'dwnrd : , law JUIlgo of l.aukawllH county . Ienns'l'anln , who wi also 11juIIntl : the poetry . dcciii- iatons mil 1\leeches \ , ' 1he vocalists this ; yt'umwlii Paliss I Annie 10lle or Columbia , , \\'is. the ( onlmlo who vas brought to ' . \merci : wih n \"I'bh concert troop. Inl I H \\'nlol Dlwlfl of New York , the ttmior . Five choh' fro I Vermonl. lenusyl'unla nll New York wIll contest for the muslcll ] I I.rlzes. _ _ _ . _ _ _ iso.ii.s'J.ta 11.lHORS I.JW ; , Un time , \lhIIO ( r IIh ( 'Ununcliho m :1(1 , \I'lllt I h. I II , PITTSUlnO , lee. 21-1'he new scale or wateH In the great 10mestend 1lant was l.oste,1 , In time eleven different IIlpnrlnentl or the mi cit 7 a. I. COlmol Inhorers . wi receive the Semite wages they mire now getting. In time cOllertng II there Is I reduction or from 10 to 20 per ccitt nmnon time skilled laborers In the 10 , 23 , 32 nmonl , , : 3 3 mind 40-lnuh mills there are reductions rung . Inl ( 01 2\ to 3 per cent among the railers . The Inter class or workmen get the heaviest cut oC ni , The ascii comisuite I Hugh O'Donnel , who was their leader In the big strike of 182. hut who has not , 10111(1 In the 11 sixiCe , mmmid ho advise , 1111 them to accept the ( clmius . 11 they could mb ) no better , and - they wi folow his advIce. 10 ' Court Iln :0 J urululun. ' IEN\'ilt ] Dee. . , JE : DN' 21.-JudgQ Halet In the Uniteit States court today dismissed i ' Unlell tola ml8sel the ' suit cf John Outhrlo Smih against the 'I' MlxweU Cattle company ot al. Smith Is a m "hcrle In Uniaim.i 11' ' ] t.J1 ! dCfel.jOlt . Is an Incorporaton lu IIII ten itory ot New Mex leo Judge laUet lsml\sfll the suit for want of juristhiction . tame vItiuout JurlslUuton. hu wihout prejudice ! . 'l'll names or the ( mari o Ioesiya , the Iluke of Zdancimcster. W It , Strong of New ' ork ] an1 ottmer3 imiipear In COiimictiomi IUm the . IIPlar connectol wih litigation . The suit refers to the leasing of liUO acres of the old Maxwell lanlt grant b . Time plaintIff ashes for nn accounting aim d the stttemtnt or 1 l811uto ns to u certlin znertgag. There ( are bonds hi time suits ot lI ) , O involved. SUI I I . SEELY GETS EIGnr YEARS Granted the Privilege of Being Oonfned in the King County Penitentiary1 SEEMED REEVE TO HAVE IT SETTLED l'romhcI\ no . \1 II Hl l'Ovcl to help Straighten Out the Affairs of the lnnk-l.nwyor Mlle n X'len for Clclenc ) NEW YORK , Dec. -Samuel C Seely , who on Monday last pleaded guIlty to time charge of abrnctng funds and ] altering the books of time Natonal Shoe and Leather bank , was today sentenced to eight years In Kings county penitentiary by JUdge lonen dlctln time United States circuit court. The I total amount oC the defalcaton wits $351,000 , i but time specific charges against Seely In- ' \ol\ed only $5OSO. The moment Judge Benedict pronounced the sentence Seely was escorted from the court room to Unlell Stales Marshal Mc- Carthy's office , In tw ( federal bultlng , by deputies. Ho was nccompanlell b ) hIs uncle , 1rord Halenbacle , who stood besIde him during tIme trying ordeal Seely threw himself - - self on a sofa when ho readied the mars thai's office , , and when asled by nn 4tSOs elated press reporter I he had anything to say , replIed : "I feel much better than I have for ten ( 'ears. I am glad lhat It Is ni over , and that I will be confined In , the 1ng3 county penitentiary , ns imsy poor wife wi be able to visit me . anti this will itnll tu melee term oC . malI my hnprisonlent seem somewhat horter. " The deraullng boollleeper looked much better when he emergEd front Ludlow street Jai this mornIng than emi ' an ) ' day slnco ho was brought back front Chicago .Deputy Marshals McAYlnEY and Lawless hall him In charge and thicy stood on the front piat- form of a horse car. Secly lighted a cigar and chatted with his guards and to n reporter . porter but refused ' to ny nn.thlng In reference - ence to his crime When the party reached time federal bUlllng the prisoner was placell In Marshal McCarthy's ofce , where hE was hllEdlntel ) Joined by his uncle. : frord lalEbacl ( , amI Lawyer Frank 'W. Angel A few minutes later Chief Clerk Kennedy announcl1 that JUdge Benedict would not pronounce sentence until 2 o'clocl In time aC- ternoon. OFFICIALS ASKED TO INrERcEDIl. VIce PrEsident George I. Pease all Director . D. rector John F. Beach of lie National Shoe and Leather bank called about an hour later all had n talk with Seely The later saul < that even IC he should ba sentenced to the ful lmit oC time law ho would most willingly wllngl' assist the officials or the bank In straightening - cuIng out the accounts. Lawyer Angel asked thl gentlemen to Intercede - tercede with Judge Benedict In Sll"s be- Imalt . but they refused. "Wo arc not In the least vindictIve , " sold Mr. leach , "but time case Is now In the hands or time , government , and we are ready to let the law take Its course. " At a few minutes before : o'clock Seely was brought Into the United Stalls circuit courl. lie was not placed In the pen with the other prIsoners but sat between the I deputes near the counsel tables , In front or thc court. His Uncle kept up n con nuous com'ersaton with him , but Selly seemed to ( I take little Interest In his surroundings. el lIt was very nervous , and twisted [ und untwisted a whlto hanllerchief wih both hands , When Judge Benedict entered the court al h the chairs were fled with spectators ; among , whom were President Crane , Vice President Pease and Director D ach of the Shoe and ] ; Leather bank A couple or Italians were first called for s entence. They hal pleaded guilty to ellc- t ion frauds and sentenced ton fruds , were to three tlree years each \Vhen Seely's name was caled he arose slowly and walked up to the bar wih his uncle on one side and Lawyer Angel on the other. Lawyer Angel made an earnest plea for clemency and said although the crime charged was very serious he thought the ends of justice would bo served with the In- ncton of the minimum penalty or five years. He spoke of Seedy's wIllingness to plead guiy from tIme date he was returned from Chicago , and said that In so pleading he had saved tIme government a great deal or ox- p ense. Lawyer Angel thln went Into the history of the case and said bow Seely , In time begin- ning oC 18S5 , had made an honest mistake but that lIe committed a fatal error In not reportng time mater to the officials or time banl ( at once lie was weak and easily foil a vIctim to Baker , a man or Iron nerve and pecular ways The lawyer then ( referred to S eely's family . and asked that the court would grant a favor that whatever terms of ImprIsonment i tIme court would Inlct , eely would be allowed 10 serve It In the Kings I county penitentiary . so that ( his wife could visit hmIsmi. WOULD MAKE HIM AN EXAMPLE. . When the lawyer had fnished there was not n sound In the court rocm , and JUdge Benedict looked at the prisoner for fully a mInute before ho spole In a few hrleC semi- tences he said that he admired Seely for pieauling guilty , but time large amount Involved . volved and the position which Seely held In the bank necesslatld I severe sentemice , In the halo that I would deter others from rol- lowing l his course , . "Tho sentence of the court " said Judge Benedict , "Is that you bo Imprisoned In the Kngs county Ilenlentary for a term oC eight years " Seely meekly bowed his head to time judge and left the court 1001 with time deputes , Seely , by good behavIor can earn a ccnlnu- taton or thirty-two months , and will reduce his term oC hnprlsonment to five years and four months , Ito wi hl taken to limo peni- tentary , hut Marshal McCarthy says ho will not he taken there till next weell. 1)IS.IIfJlI ) lilT ! ! TJl TIUT , 'l'ohacco U.alll "bo ImnJlnO CIg"r.t " \ era ills When 1'uimI For NEW YOliI . Dec , 2&-Tlie Investigation I or the suit or the attorney general or New Jersey ngnlnst the ( AmlrlcBn Tobacco ccm pan ) was resumed today In this cl ) . , Frell- crick Adam , sItting ns IL master In chnn- eC ' , presiding 'J'ho only witness exam. Ineel was Arnold Dunrop of Brooklyn lie 1 lepole.1 . that he hl\l deal with the Amer. Ian Tobacco COmlln ) ' ever since its forma- ton , and IU\1 JI'chated cIgarettes from sic ; other niumiuufmmctiirer . lunrop slitell In reid ) to I queston h ) ' the ntcrney for the 1.luln- , tIle that he mild fOr ll his cigaretle ; wihin ten dl ) ' : . anti believed ( limit when : i he dll' ' so time goods belonged to uminm 1'hll was I view not consIstent with the liosltiO t Issumell b ) ' the ( \merlcan Tobacco compan ) ' In Its contracts with dealers , 'ihue Itolney for the COmpII ) ' lallo In elerl to hnve the imemuming In the future Ielrlng held In Rome , other room than the one thus fUr asciI , al . \ leglnl that lie ( . \dllral CIgarette compnn p was pn'lng the rent of the room Iuster ) Adams denied the request o Are I Xeccl"ry ! irvii . LITTLE nOCK , Ark" , Dcc 2t-In an in . tr'lew today Governor Irlshbacl said : "M , , observation leads mo to believe that house S 'of Ihi-fummne are Just as ' . l.flle lre necessary to cit ) I' Ire as any other kind oC sewer , autO UPO ) t time sume prInciples. I you elommtm , you r sewer ) 'OU overlow your whUle cOlt will t ) Ciy sewerage and nUh sad Ilsense , Intl itestil . IISII. lenc\ su Ir you coso these sewers of men's ' Inhlll passion you overllow the homes mini 1 8prea.t mhitaster Both kinds or sewers should be under polo regulations . that thmei m. vls 11) b e minimized - . - - . - , " , " . thei' Wll Not , : xlralito Oil 111lnnte. AIANY , N. y , . Dee 21-1 can be defi - , det- nle\ mutated that Governor lower wi not under tiny circumstances grant the requlsl _ tou'ufkel for by the governor of Texas for the otdnls of the Btandnr Oil trust JUdge Joyce. who attends to all requisiti ' n mat terl tor thl goVernor , said tonight : " 0ev , - eror Flower wi not change bits first 'oln. lion In the mater , I the IndIcted mel ! hal eyer been In the state of TexAs , or corn- milIll I crime there , thnt woul be a dlf- fent matter. " , ( ! mater. . . , . . .2t10flT0.V IJU')1lS - lUI'OlZT. Stnnls by noth the l'rDI.tloty nlut tIme Cor . rocll04 or Il" terAnco . WAShINGTON , Dee , 21.-Secretary : Mol lon's t attention was today called to the ( fact that ( he was being criticised , and especially U y soml oC the gran"er papers , for the slate' menls contained ] In the paragraph which ap. Iu eared towarll lie close of his report " When iso standard coin or the republic s hall bo made of metal worth as much after Ic I t. Is melted as It purports to bo worth In c oin . and the mint value and time bullion value of all coined money Is al mone I nearly the same , will not the American farmer anti all other c itizens become snore permanently prosper- ous ? " In reply the secretary said ] he thought It n o more nn Invasion of . the economic dOIAln , no more n Ilscussion of finance . than lint made by Secretary Husk In his report of 1890 , wherein he declared : "Tho recent leglsia- ton looking 10 the resloraton oC the hi- 'mltnlic m standard of our currency anti ] the , consequent enhancement of the ( value oC slver , has IllUlstonably hall much to do wIth the recent ad''anco In the prIce of cereals , " "This , " said Secretary , Morton , "rererre1 to t1 Sherman lawn which has recently recenty vanished from the statute bOJks witimomit wihout having i accomlllshell the advance In the I.rlel , of f cereals , which I was ptophesled would bo n result oC Its enactment. " Time secretary said I still held that time farmers with their , surplus product buy nuony . miami that It Is : Important i for them to 1emand the highest quality In the money Ihy buy , ns I Is for the consumer of farm products to demand lie ( highest quality In them , ' 'Iiuit , " continued the ' " "lut contnued secretary , "ndmlttng i that lie ( American rarmer would get twice as I much In silver for the product ns he would get In gold ( ( we were on a sliver basis ) would ho not havc to pay for all those things I which he Is obliged to purchase likewise twice as much ns he pays now ? Or Is I understood that free coinage wi be 1m the ( protective tarlr-so adjusted as to rise the price t of nil the farmer sells and lower the prlco oC all he has to buy ? Can I be possl. ble that ( the rarmer Is gulibio enough to I , believe that nobody else's services or 1'10' : ducts arc to be doublel' II value by fret : coInage except his own ? " : ' : I IOUB : 11 U.VNI.Vi ' 7Jl 1' . C VEilS. HCnor Newt miniS San J'rnncl4Co xamlncr . Tprui..m " ( Over 10 Thuii fur ii Iay , DEN\EH , Dec. 2I-'he ChrIstmas emIt - ton oC the Rocky Md4mltaluu News wIll be Mdtltall Issued ly the 1Vomnen's dub of Iemu'er Tonight - night the women took ' hnrse of the cdi tonal department , nlu1 ! Ire going Ihrough ; the routine of getting out n great daily , The cditiouu will contalnm editon wi contnl'many features or : Interest along ni entrey ) new line frm hint pursuel by the , ordhmr everya ) ' puper. 'l'here wi Uo.bt'll miclntliimmtioni of wit from cultured ! , sclntlntons WJI ordInarily give to the publc gems of thought , and "ruit" ! ever "rU "wl be covere I al usunl. The regulnr 1-re of the coverel will he called upon 10' ejlgge In time ordi l- Ilr ' struggle for news. SAN FRANCISCO , Dee 2t'Thls city : . was on Its good behavIor-today In Is geol behavlor .totny honor or the society ladies Who mire lalies lre getting out the I Christmas Examiner. xsinuner : : There were no big fires . murlers ; 'wreek fr , other casunJtcs : calling for unusual cxrttons to secure the news. \ \ ' . R. l-Icarstimi ; order to alI tha women or San Framibiso . In' ' ' establlsiuinj amid maintaining a \\'ar , . 'establshlnl t the Children's hospital ) Ilturel ; his en - tire newspaper plant 1 ocr to the soclet ) . women of San Francs 0 , and has gtven them carte blanche tortufr.the paper tor-one day . ns they plaesel Tlt4uExarniner's rep ullr stat ! or men"-was. given a vacatloi todn ) ' . and hi thefr'plneB ; , young vacaton , ] and well dressed womenof1tciated . - . pret , - JlED ON . A wwssrsa. . 'eam Hulked and a'18t Express ( rBslo,1 : Into tho' Carrhmugo . VINELAND , N. J. Dc. 24-A shouleng , , ! ccilent , Involving the loss of three lves I , ' occurre at the Cedar avenue crossing .or ' the South Jersey railway lt this 1)laca , Inst l evening A party consisting or Mr \Vtihinm D , Lewis , her dnughtcr Mary nnd s " John aged respectively IG and H ) 'enr or East 'lnelanl , and Mrs. D J. Jones an d her Is-year-old ilaughter. Mary of Drllhto nnl : i . were returning from church , Young 1ewls was drIving and whipped up the horses In I nn attempt 10 cross , lie track In front of thc South Jersey exprefs ; which was rapid I ) ' npprcnchlng When In the enter or the ; track the horses balked and the next Instant - stant the traIn crshc Into the carriagu , cutting It In two 1lrs : Lewis , her carrlage , lnd i Mary Jones were Iltnlty hciiieml. Mar ' Lewis nll : Irs. Jones escaped by jumping from thl rear or the carriage when they renlzed their dnnger. The horses were not InjuI'ell. i 1 I's , LewiS ' was found In n trench l 10 feet from the ( rude , and near by II ) ' the corpse of lien young son. ' 1he mother's hncl It had been brolen nnl [ the bay was mutIlate ml beyond recogmiition . 'rhue bed ) ' or hint ) : Jones was found lying on the eQwcatcher ; after the train had been mutoppomi . a qUlrter of I mile bwoll the cI'osslng. Mrs Jones and Mary Lewis were . 'uninjured. ' II il.i 1' LJlw } l'E.l.lvJH ) . \'Onll ; : amioimman ISil18 a Cattle Comi : I"U for lnlcl118 J'osccutnn. CHEYENNE , Dec 21-Sp2clal ( Telegram , ) -William Lewis a nchman who live ' 5 fifty miles north of Cieyenne ) InsUutl ( n suit In time district court of Luamlo county : today against time Swan Land and Catlo company and several of its employes for $15,000 on account of his arrest In May : , 189 , on n charge of stfaJhl a calf valued at $15 from the company. At the fIrst trial the jury dIsagreed , but today n verdict of a rut guilty was returned , and Lewis ImrelJately began smut . allegIng 10OOO on account of the Injury to his good paine . and the e : it- pease to which he was put , and $ GOOO for Injuries to his business. " 'yommIuImf olviot IlrlIOI ' d. CIEYENNI' , Dcc 21.-Speclnl.-ln ( Co a- rormlt wIth the Isunl custom Oove\or Osborne , ' two Chrlstmns Olhore ) 'estpnlay grfnted rut pardons to ccnvlcts In the tate lienite : a- tar ) ' , Edwar,1 1anlon Inll harry Bntes were lie ( fortlnate ones : 'he pIllonl tnlc effect Christmas day , nml wi he weicon Lie preselts to ( both convict 1lnnlon Was sent iii from I.nrnmle equal ) ' In 18J3 for the I theft or I l3lond CJunty from n Jewelry : store In Cheenne. 31e Is a brother or In ex-muldermnan or Chioagp , An effort WIS made to have 1nni01 llarloned , ii. ( ) 'ear ago , hut the Go\ernpr'.lcrlned to late r- fore nt that tIme . Dlts wal also a Vlr. nmle county convict , sen'lng 1 rour.yenr sentence for obtaining ' money tinder raise falx. lireteases , Ills mmeutnce would have o x. Illrelt In a few duyu , but the pardon re. stores his citlzenmuiilp . Wolves Ireu"I : ! 'I ' rrncmomit . ClmYENNE , Dec , 21-ISpeclnl-P. ) W Ii . llamas , a cowiaoy . who )116 heen on the ran go In the norlher part of the state reports hint gray wolves 111 other wilI amilmu : lit mire hoeomlnJ 'ulte ferocIous. He Wil It- tacked by a large lynx the other da ) ' wli riding ncrrES the badlaods , neal' the whie 10n. tnna Uric , The animal jump on his I I i horse's back , cluvimug'e nail [ bitIng both in : lln amid here In I tel'rlhlq ( manuier. WI13ms' companion , who was riding lt his Hit ' e , mllHIell to 1(1 the ( beat after Irlng three shots Into Its body . ( lr/olt wih Forgery , ChEYENNE Dee . , . , ' CIEYI , 2l-Specla1.-Vu'll1i ( ) mis Kosanke was arrested here 11111) on a charge of forgery . I , osamiko Is wanted at Bute , Mont , to answer to the charge or having victimized n ijaif dl zen Bute lit is. Im'll houses on fogei checks 10 the get amount or $300. leIS 1 lIneman . em _ ploed h ) the Rocky Mountain Telephone COmpnl ) ' , . - . 'l'riCO : Ito .1 hk. . 10 have LoIlica : Cmeiirehle Ii . ST LOUIS , Dec. . I.OUS 21.-8peclal Mast her George D , leynolds hums given notice of a hearing on January J5 of the Petition for I t ) dlsnlrmarce of I & a&c b ) ( lie BI I.oull & Ban Francisco wih ; tht Kanl' Michlam imt , the St. I.oull , I-uusnl & 11\luI'1 I St , 1.0ull. Sulem - & Southwtllerkthe SIllS CitY & SoutIWel rn , lie has also io- titled these Inter 8Ic' of 4 h.arllg on January - . uary 2 ot the IIetrm1 or the St. ( 1. , uls & Sun Francisco fur lljlfh'll' 10 or the contract ) - tract wills the Atantc & l'acllc. PARUIURsr - IS NOr ! LEASED > Thinks the taxaw Committee Is Shlal1ng Superintendent Byrnes - Will PURSUE TiE MATER HIMSELF - Would ns Soon Put time Joorfnnlllnl , or the Jnrornnt Regions In Satnn't Innls U8 1'0100 lonrlanluton In Ilyrneum' Chum-go - NEW YORK , Dee 2 . -Dr. Iarkhuut Is I not plasel ] ns to the ( ) OSllct that the Inns- tgton of polcQ corruption Is to bo stopped before the hls ] of the departments have been called ] upon to test ( ! , and still less Is I he pleased with time proposiion which Is Mid to bo favored by members oC time I.exocom - InltlO that Supclntendlnt B'rnes be charged I wih reorganizing lie ( Ilepartment. Or. 1lrk. hurst said today that ho woull not stop Hen I If limo senate committee mild Ito saId ho be. leves the conlnllee Is nbout through with I serious worle. "I Is evident , and I nm In. formed , " . he added , "that Superinlelent ] thymes Is to bo subjected to ommly I n perCunc. : tory examlnnton , amid that he It was who I planned the conCession oC Calltaln Schmitt . berger. l'mitluug ( these Puttng things together It looks very much le n deal But there ntl : other possible explanntons of the chnnged ] spirIt oC hue coiuiimiitteo , and I do not carl to ( say an'thlng now about the matter . M Iy opinion oC SUllerlntendent Byrnes has not L charged wih the attitude or the committee , I had hopell to havc had the investIgation m In\estgaton coml.leted , not stopped , so I might have n rest. But IC I Is not fnlEhed by the cOlmlt- tee I wi shnll } ' have to do it . ) Of course I I I am free to do , . so I nm not bonll by any thing the committee may have agreed to , and I will contInue m- work until It Is rhglmtl ended. I am In doubt as to what I shnl rlghl ) at the moment , party because I drlall a I misinterpretaton of my muiotivo. I would not L have it thought that I am actuated by a mere prejudice against Superintendent 133'rmuCt but I do thlnl he Is time head oC the expose i police system , as he Is oC the polce force A genleman saul to sue recently that he would as soon think or asking Mtan's advice on the reorganizatIon oC hell as B res' on the reorganIzation oC the polce , That ex- Presses my opinion exacl ) ' . There Is no prejudice In lily feelings against Byrnes , but I have met his power oC opposition to work of reform aL many points arid hence I have gained a Imowledge of him which has beln such as to make mao hold ! off with any all ! - ! aaco with him , and I will not be restrained I now by any cooperationvlthu him that lay p be accepted by others " John W. Goff , recorder-clect a 11 chleC counsel to the special commlteo of the ten ate . declIned tOday to discuss , admit or deny a story published tOday to the effect ) publshed that his : relations with his associate counsel I rnk Moss , were strined by reason of his havIng been forced by Mr. Moss to ask questions of the former keeper or a disorderly house . the answer to which It was known would retlec t on Captain ( now Superintendent ) rlfect I . through the action of his wardmen. I was also stated that the protective attitude or ' protectvo s'm6 of the members of lie committee and Mr. Gor towards lyrnes had served to make the tension greater between the two coun- Eel , Said Mr. Iorr : "This , story Is not cusing worhi l dlgnlYlngvlh I. an"Qnswer ) by ds ! i. .1 Superintendent Bytnes' has issued an orde prohlblig'tho , .p lce - from riding ofer elevated 'or street cars They arc forbidde : ii forbllden ' to accept any freC'transportaton 01 franking privIleges. Senator I.cxow paid Recorder-elect - 00ff Recorder-elet I visIt today In connecton with the future sessions of the senate investigation commit- t ee. He declined to make any stalement further than an\ lmn that Superintendent Byrne 'wolll bo Placed on the witness stanu I , 'Irolmbl Wednesdny. Itanl " \\'luen Superintendent ' 'he n'rnes has coil - c " ludod lilt testimony . . saul Senator I.exow : everylsjuiy . whit that his "e\er'lo.ly wi acknowledge cx I- nmlnnton has been satisfactory. " Mr. Gal rf satsfactor s aId that I all the testImony was : Gel that time the committee vculm1 adjour ; l rlllY , but Ir not the commIttee would sit on Saturduy. Time witnessOi would not bl conlnel to the polcl force and severn LI ul tzeus would testify to nnl starlng severl I racts , _ _ _ _ _ _ _ CIOJUt no.\S l'l 10Un1U COCUt\ : Sa's lie U Like a C'ctone , Al COIIed or \ . NEW YORK , Dec 2l-The Morning Ac i- vertsel' tomorrow wi say : Richard Cu'ocI } r y esterday denounced Congressman Crojer Coclern II vloent ! terms. In nn IntervIew : nt his Broadway olce he saId , wIth em- 11hasls : ' 'I hlve become satsOed lint eer- tlin pUblcatons about Tlmmnn ) hal ere glnlznton anti m'self have been Inspired by Bourle i Ccclrn , and I huve no hesitation ia i n suylng lint I helevc ho lust been going around In corners . t ( alit about me and netng at In a way lint ( olnetIinet lemedii one to be terlel nn Inforimier Now I snhmlt lint It would ba manlresty muse manly IUI 'Ihmiled for him to come rlg11t herore the executive committee or ' excutve commttee 'ammany hull anl m say what he lint to iumuy . 111 "He has heen termed , or terms himself , " con tnne 1' . Cloker , "a mnn or bnumimumu. Now Ir this mnn or bruins has the unamlumood let h him neeellt my chnlenge to come be- fore time committee . Ind ! 1 prmise to go haul ( to ole more thin ! and face him und ISCUSH this matter wills him. I expect , to go to Florida hi Ibont ten clays , 111 I hope to have thC IleasurC or meetng him before then , Let 11 see It he can male good the tulk he has mnmle. geol "I Inderstnnd he IH 10 give n great rea celton \Vashlngton before he heimves. 1 know thy t the comnmuuittee . If he comes he- fore I , wi give him In cven corel I'eatlr I'C- ( eelton. one Ihlt : he will rememlHr longer , one that wIll malt IL leelwl' ' IUII more last- Ing l Impression upon iihmn I would lIke 10 have i the commitee appoint a chulrmnn of nn investigatIon commlteo to look Into mmli the affaIrs ( hilt hc his been talking ubout le l his toll people hut I had Inllng ! Tumul. mll ) hll , I wnnt this ( man . or 1um- mnlee a thorough Investglton of 11 the affairs of time or'ammizutiomm when I was the so-cnlell leather of I l ho refuses 10 come before the ronlllleo the next time I rnc'et lme mlt him l , no mp.tel' where I Is I wi demullI 1 m leronll InVEstgaton of hIm 1 hope Ihlt the eommlteo or sIxty wil hold I mi. uileetimlg ) meetng loon. certainly hefore I go away . 1 have heon wnilng Ilatenly for tueh I meeting In i ord I' thut I might Iresent ) ) ' meetng ( IJk for In exumlnulon f/m this mnn of hralm' h , Al chnh'mnn of time committee on correspondence he Is still 1 memhr of lie IxeentvC caimimnlttee. If he knows eu much let him come mud tell the commitee 10 ( , to which he owe' 10 mich or time 1II'ominencI hue once enjo'ed , anll IH me also say Ihnt Ir i he knowl of Inythlnl that II wrong let him h go before the ames nt im'itiga'ing corn- cor. mltee Inll tell 1he \ Imow " "What was limo orllnal ( 'fUSe ot the dli- ferences hetwcen yourself mmiii , ) nlll Mr. Code- Ememl ? " 11' . Croker was a Jlell , " 'hat Is genera 1) Imown , " was time 1'l1y , "lo WIH IlsIPlnlnll < Icause hu WUR not supported hy the orglnlzlton fOI' United States senator In Ib9J , when llr , Murph . Jr , or 'I'roy wua nonulmuateml to stuccoed then- utor Hlscocll lie WIS Ilso disappointed because he Wilt not nnomlnatell ror COil' press thl ! yeur. lie could not have been elcctel , le IH not a resiIent of this cl ) . , lie ran away from his district lust time way he hiss Iln way rrOU some 0f lilt frlenlll lie lives lIt Hunls PoInt , I. , l. I nail I do not thlnl he his been In his distrIct since electon , Is I ni ) wonder that one gets icicle or lJltes when he lint to deal wills sueh charclerl' ! It Is things like this that consltute the ( disagreeable features of politics. 1101 1 el. "Cocllrn never alountC to anything lS a uohhtichmun. Ho Is like I western cclonl' nil wind , Of all the members or 'rlmmany hll who arc under obligations to the organ- I alon , this man hal Ilro\eil hlmsllf lime most ungrateful far favors obtained , lie never contrlbulel n cent to his own Ieclon or to time campaign' ' fund of the democratic Pam-tV. He claims to havc done great things for ' 1ammlny , I he was useful to I Why ( lees he not take hold now , when I II ( II need of a man vtii can he useful , and not he pluyhrmg to time galleries ? " Ilu'lng WMlNU'fON , Dee , : a-Bourke Coekran refused to slY mUh about the Interview In which Air'raker attacked him tomutght " \\'hen 1 fIrst heard of the IntervIew " he lull , "I coull nr t understand whlt the lue loner Wil taldn ' about . Now that I huvo ) read the Interview , 1 do not know ' much more than I did before 1 decline to . . ' . - - " " - - be drawn Into nn ) ' contro'ersy with thl wlh nlthor If /uch trh or to take itotico oC it. " " lote I. "What Is thin ' ' . th" cause or : tr. Croker's al. tock Oi 1'ou7" : lr. Cocktail WAi OSkld , "I dnnlt know , 1 don't know amsy more t hn n ) ' 01 do. " Iny "lie hlntR nln l'lrlonn ] encounter , " Mr. Cokrn looked 10wn nt Ills six feet or solid bulil nnd gave an expressive smttff . gnvc " IxlrcIsl"e Inll. "Mr. Croker M'S you cOlhnot have been eleltll thll fal ? " ehC " 1101 % ' does he know that ( ? " said hir . C ocknuin . "lie I'nn't tell whether snit could tel hnve been or not " eoult " \\'erC you I cnnlldnio for the nomlnn. " ton ? . "I decline tr say. " ' dI "Mc strict , 7" ( I'olel' ! t'S ) ' 01 lo not live In ) ' 0\1 ' 'I immu'e Lilu'a'S voted in ill ) ' distrIct. " "Mr. Cmoker says ho Is comulmig through hen ro iii mmbomit ten tluiyt , Are yomm goimig " n vny ? "I am goimig nan ) ' sonuetlmuue , " ' 'lii nhommt ( cml tlays ? " ' "l'eii ehumys-to uuvolul ( 'rotter ? lTrm I ha I' ' am id hilt , Cochran 'ciit off Imito a. liroloilgemi lit of hiotstcu'ous iaugimtei' , as lue started for ' lil t room tomlie ( night. - SOf1i'It U.ILI.iJ to co.i'nrzmuri. So utimerpu I'iier Smmggets It Aid Ncbrnslcmmmms omit of 'I'h'i r . % ipmmmmimuuce , IIAI.TiMOltfl , hiul , , Dcc , 21.-On occoumiit of ( hue great destItution reluorted In No- br aslca , ( hmousamuds of faniiicrs. It is said , imeimig al most ois time verge of starvation because of time total faulumro of ( imo corn crop Iii ( lint st ate , Rtclmartt Ii. Idmuttuitds , edItor of the hi aiummfacttirer's Record , sumggests iii timls w eek's Issue of that 111111Cr that time south sl uouulul contribute a solId train loath of Conil na il that It omighut to ho tout to Nebraska for dl strihution , Time limited States Agnicui- tmm rai dcpartsuiemtt reports ( lie yearly average ' yi eld of corn for ( hilt year for time whole st ate of Nebraska uts 0111) ' six b usluols per ac ne , amid as corn is omue of time primucIpai cr ops of tlmat state , time presemlt conclitioum of ti me fariulers Is probably in no way exagger. ra teuL Iii time soumtim , on time otimor huamiml , ( hue co rn crop lint been ummlmmsuuahiy large , time st ate of Nebraska was only six bushels per to tal eroii having beemi 50,000,000 b usimeis , or ulearly omte-huahf of ( hue I cr op of time entire country. Ihecaumso of Its I a boummudamit blessIng of conmi amid whmeat It is : es pecially appropriate that time south at ( lilt I c iirlstsuuas season comuribmito from Its 'cIl st ored cormm cribs asumi mileat imomisex at least , e nomugim to seiuml a full train load to Ne- b raslCa The Record suggests time trade or- g asuizatlons of all sotutiueri towns amid cities ' ' sl mould endeavor to secmmro contributions ol co rmu and Silent iii order to snake a ( mill train I lo ad , which ( hue railroads would doubtless be I w lhlimug to haul free of charge. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ( , I1.l l'TEJI OF A Ir mitauities Follow Each Other Closely 1mm I the Coiler ( l'AiCIlfu ' DitrIet. SPOKANE , Wash. Dee. 21.-A special tc I th e Spokesmnamu-Itevlew' fnonl Wallace , Idaho s ays time Commer d'Alene distrIct was ( lit , , s cone of a semles of fatalities ( lilt mnornisug T hree miuca are reported dead and one mar m s o seriously injured that recovery Is doubt. - fm mi , Tlmo first fatality occurred In ( hue Fm-Ieee I m ine , on Canyon creek , near Gem , in whited L l' atrlck Sullivan and James Carnmuy were In - s ( antly killed , and Fred Snell was serlousl ) r In jured. The men were at work ha thu 1 sl opes , when hue timbers broke through nt I ( l ucy fell five floors. , Both men were term-I - b ly crusheil amid muang1e , and thue wonde : n is tbmat.-SmieIi did not. also .meet with Instaq t. d eaths. Several other men In ( lie mine hind C n arrow . Suiiivami Is esciue. an old-timer Is I ( ho Couier d'Aiencs , lie lint a titter , Mrs ' J ames Crcunin , residing imu Spokane. The ua - f ortunate accident was entirely unforesees I a nd is deeply deplored by all , At Wallace , Jack Calvin , formerly of Pitts - b urg , was found dead In bed thus morning . I t Is supposed hue died from ass overdose o f m orphine. There is a slight Imidicatiomu o r f oul play. Tile coroner is lmoldlsug an In - q uest Iii time matter , _ _ _ , StilT ' C 1aiumt lice Eathor 'as I'oltoiictl mmmi , I hiurelerers AroAfter Slur. NE\7 YORK , Dec. 24.-Mrs. Iletty Green ' ti me rlcime.t wosman ha America , hint brougim t s mut for an accounting against Henry A , D arling , time oiily suvlvimig trustee of lie r f alhmer's estate , and time filing of time paper S b rings to light a sensational story , Glasi I , t ime says , has beeul placed In hem- food no t ix months ago , blocks of wood and stones is ave oeen mmmmnieu at mien rrosu WluI0WS ! ( as t ime was huassIng on sidewalks and on nuimner- o ut occasions lien hhfo has beesu threatened. S he says' ' that time was callemi to time side of h er father , Emlward M. Robinson , who was t aken smuddenihI while on a visit to New Y ork In 1865. lie toiml lien that lie was iii i lie imands of cosmspli-r.ors ( wimo wommid Itill h im If hiOssibte , and that sue must guard 1m ev own life , as he lund left tier all his props e rty. lIe sent for lilt will to see ( hint It was n ot chiangemi , limit before bme could see it , 'as m urdered. W'luen , umiter his death , tluo will w as produced , It was discovered ( lint Ilety ( was to receive only a smuunit lart of time es- t ate. Soon after ( lilt , hilts liowiamud , lien n uumut , with \'imonl Ifetty nlatlo her tuomuje , m lieml mysterIously , aiim ) of lien $4,000,000 l Iety received only a muimuali portion , Events , I heamnan & Chmoate , couimsei for heir , Barling , h ave iseucil a statemnesit. denying tIme above a nti assertIng that tIme suit Is brought by time h eirs of time late Edward Mott Itohliisomi to h ave ( lie estate closed amud tIme executors mile- c imarged , JooIiS , J.JS.IB , SIl.lVJ , , tsslgnces 'uuI hIii'ii 'Iromibie Umitlmmiglhimg thin Two Slimier hiummuteN' A ffmelrs , SI4ATlfl , hin. , 1)cc' . 2l-Siiuco both hnmnks of thuis city e'hood timeir mboor $ muotimimug buns b'en given cjut hiy time anmuigmmect , it has imecmu learmiemi timlit time caslmiei"uu books of thue Citl. Zeus Stock bummile have beemi kept imi a way tlutut remimlers it imuuponiljle to ( cli whmmtt luau iCcolmle of time ' ' ' Iflone ) . 1'le Slater Savlmmgu batik u'cemnm"h to iiavo becmm hI uilmisost mis buml me commmhttion rime ( lie Citizens , 'Flue iiiop. cr11' of mievtnml of lime mhIieciur aumul oilicom't was mmttimchieul today by time Hemibutunmi Na. tlosuril of New Vomit ; 'F.V. . 1.11CC ) ' coummity collector ; hIorcimummutme Natiommal , . of lit. Louis , nail Iiimnk \Viiumliingtojm , hun. 'rime followIng asslgamnents hmmmvc' iieii mminiie siimco ( hi ti hums muk fah iu rcue : tiiat'm' Xml I I I I mmg cuumm 'aim ' y , Josiimhm hlalccr , Jr. , N. J. Cmmmmucramm , Meamle Aiercmmmlhilm' c0immUiimy , lInear Jiios , of Oreumus- vilie , hIeimiic Ilros. & ( ' 0. , mmmiii I I. h. h'enicimuie & Co. I I Is now tiiouglmt imeitimer bamik s'Iil lucy mheposltoru3 mimic tiuamt 5) ceimmu ( mum time dollar. Hliumrp l'rm et inn ii ) I hiem A U I ho ri t I os CINC1NNA'I'I , Dcc , 21.-There is quite a sensrutlouial contest golmig on ( omit , ) ' ovem' time possession of C' . A , hiorgammilelml , thmo Aqiiia tralim rubber , who Is vanied wIth Beimtcc'y for iniai itlolimmiomni. ' ' at . 'j'hie Virginia ummi- timomltles nrc hmc'ie amid expect ( ci get imiumi toelimy , but t'o uvmits of luuiimetms cci immis hmmmve betumI issued. 'lime'lrghimiu oIIicet thumb hJiilts m'hmuirp llrmuctice is licirig lila'cui , Flue' contest os'em' the wrIts ammui other conuiilica- ( ions is still goiiig eu , 'lorgnmmuielul is still In juli , amiul iiia UttuiliCysi sure resorting to every iossiiile moans to obsu'uct the \'ir- gimmia aulliom-Itiet , Alter lightIng .mhl dmmy emi variomis logai ioIittIe , time cimlu of ( 'hmmurles hlorgmmnmie'luh was IJosiPoneli until January 10 , to allow time mit- toi'ad'H ( line to introdUcu ( leliosltiomi9 In their efforts to urovtu atm alibi cmi time smiglut of the AtLuia ( limits rubber ) ' . p Moaciutesit of. ( iccuii iileaumimuilps , 11cc. 21. , A I Lomudois-Arrived-hurope , ( romn New ' . New York-Arnived-Moimlcauu , ( ruin Ilrhmtol ; Lumlgatmu 11111 , ( ruin Laumdomm liiaimu , ( roam I.oniiomm ; hlassucimusetts , frill Lomichon A I Queenetosvum-rrIved-CepluabonIu , front Boston , ( o LIVeXimool , At 1tottermIaumi-Am'rlvemt--Spaarndtmrn , front New York , At Livempool-"ArnIveul-- atonlaim , In mu : , . FrancieoleimrtetlGaclIv , tom hiommim- Kong anti Yolcohtumnu , - & . _ _ _ j _ - 4 ' ARE RIVALS OF THE TURK3 Horribo Talc of Atroolties Porpetrntel 012 Georgia Negroes. B ETTER CLASSES OF WUITES IMDIGN1' C oromuer's ftmry ttmttcrs mm 'enulic ( ( Iit Samu 4 net Taylor % % m * Mum-ibm-cu by Juimige Tihlmuumuii-Shmeruff .imiieimig 'in lit- fort In Stall tluo Ouitm-ases , I' - SAVANNAh , ( In. , Dee , 21-Special ( do. g ramne limit atermtooml ( front reliable luartbea a t Qumitmumami , ( ha. , throw a mlilTercn ( light on t im wholesale shumgitter of negroes iii ( hunt c ounty , Time mhlsluntchu says : Sever before ha ' ts t ime hIstory of llroohs coumuut ) lust thmorel been s o numcim cninie amuml blootlslmtml as within time b last few clays , Six mumrmhers laive been comu- i utiteul ( withuiit ( lie liast week , News lint just b een received of outrages comnuumitteul iii thmo h forvemt district of ( hits coummity ( limit wIll al- i tsost equal tiui hmiuleoums c'rimnes recently ver- p etraetl ( 151)051 ) Immoffemisive Arimiemulamus , A few i uiglmts ago Joe leimasmi , a 'eli kmuowmt wlmito m iutumi , 'as shot do'mi iii time ronul at imlglit by Dave I'Ilce , a muegro , Fnlemmuls of Ishmarn. . s a ) timat it wet wluimoumt provocatiomi , But t ommie of ( lit cltlzeums say ( lint is not tm-lIe ; ( hunt lie s as trymmug to kill time iuegro , bumt ( ho i amtcr got ttio bettor of it. Ishmamn's fnicilds am-macmi themselves , and % % 'Ciut in searchm of l 'ike. Not sumcceeuiismg lmt limit , ( lucy \scsit to t iui imotise of Snintiel Taylor , miii inoffensive oiml negro , viuo is ( ho eepfnthmcr of l'ilee , auth thureatencmt Imimmi if tie diml miot toll where Pike \s'ns time ) ' woumiti kill iuimmi. 'l'nyhor at- l irmmteul that. .lu mliii imot lciuow mumiythmtmug about. I t , mmmiii lie was Imnimuedlntely shot to uleatli , u several bullets emmti'rimig hmi holy , From Taylor's they vent to time itemise of lilt Frazei , wlmo hunt nliva's bormuui ( lie repuita- tiomu of belmug a goad negro. Frazer was carrIed clown ( lie road a Short distance , anti i'hmeim hi is vi fe foms mimi ii I iii lie vas ly I sig miiur- dereul by ( lie roadside. From Fraser's thmo ivesit to time house of harry Siucrwe&l , an i iisuocesut llegro , ilmu was also foully iuiur- t iered , It is reportemi ( lint time miumirderers , after they hint ! hcllie&l time Imimmocent negroes , emttered their houses amuul sumiujecteel their wives anti t latighmters to time umiost cruet amid barbarous assaults ever comuiiutitteml in a elvilizemi coal- nlumulty. A mhetaiieml account yomilul be too imorrlbie to aPiucar imi lnlmit. Tim , . , iiuuiruheroumt gamig is still at large , immud semite of ( ho ilegrocs are leavIng limo county- for protection - tection , An inquest vns lucid over the body of Snmuiuei Taylor amid ( hue coroner's jury re- tuniuecl a 'creiiet of miuurcher at time Imamids of Jtmdge Thllmmian oiid 11111 Alilerimmimn. Shuenilt Thresher has iuiaulo mio effort to stop timoto outrages , amiml is iieimmg severely cemisurod by' time best class of cItizens. Mi good people In tIme couuuity deplore ( lie events , multi will endeavor to brimug time guilty parties to jut- tice. tice.ATLANTA ATLANTA , Ga. , Icc. 24-Time latest news from time scemio of time race troubles In Brooks Comimiy Is amiytlmimmg but reassurIng. Governor Alkimusomu receIved a tehegranu to- iliglit iroiuu Quitmuinn , ( hue county seat of Brooks , signed by tIme muimeniff and several leamling eltlzemis , informing htmit that tIme trouble luau grown too seriouB for ( hue local autimorittes to cope 'itim , and urgIng ( hat hie order time muuiltla out at. once , This ( ole- alto conveyed time imuformtimttion that four mtiore men Immimi been killed since ( ho ' first 'siqughter' ) Csterclay. TIme , jtff'enpr or- tiered ( hue Waycros rifids anti Vaidoet.a Videttes to the scene. Colonel Varmmaclo of tins Vhdettes answered hiroauitiy that his coin- pamiy wins ready to Juarchi ; , hut that ( ho stuution wmls (00 iuilmunclng for timenu to hiamidle alone , amid asklmig ( limit ( lie Thuonlas'- vhlbo Guards be ormleremi to co-operate with tiicni , It Is sululosed that these' conipamilee are nouv cnroilo to time scemmo of time chit- turbanco tim Brooks. LONDON , Dec. 24-The Chronicle toni- meats upon reports of ( ho Iysmeliimigs of no. groes in Georgia , sayhmug : "It Is shocking , There iii 510 cIvilized commiinummitty that woumld tolerate limit system of unauthorized people taking time law in theIr own hmammdmm _ Really , we iuavo to begin to commsider about an In- tenmuatbomual comitmnission to inquire Into ( haute frequeitt. atrocities in ( isis , time Umliteul States , as weli as Into time alleged atrocities In KurthestanVhucmt iehmali we hear of a ret- olmitiomu In congress caillng imposm time oxecu- ( ho of time Unite , ! Staie to mict , if time governor - ernor of Georgia will slot sea ( hat hilt tieople , wIthout. distinctiomi of class or color , shiall hmavo a fair trIal ? Commgrcss Is uncomnmmuonly ready enough to imutaidle abroad , Let It look at imonumu. " _ , JfJJ11. COUIISOT .1GJf1IF. Presidimig .immmlgo I litilIsImLos thitt One of Iti hticiuIm'rs is ( iumllty of l'crjimry , ST. LOUIS , De'c , 21.-A special to time Re- p ublic front Dalhmmme , Tex. , says : 'rotlimy ( lie j ury isu time case of im' . It , IT , Jones , charged wIth mnurdertmmg Captain ' , S , ' , , Veal durIng t Ile confederiute meuumltomt at Dallas him November , 1(92 , came Into court anmi s aid they coulul hot agree. Judge Clint nskemh It thiei-e wmmmm any 2 probaliljty of their reaching em 'enihlct. by' i omuger clelilienuuiomi , Thuc ) ' m'e1iljecl thiem'e vaie nut a possIble cimamico. Jumuge Cllmit ( lien s titted hue haul imu hmium , immmnml ii ilote ( rota a I ilernber of time jury to time effect thummt dl- r ectby uftem' lucy retireml one of theIr muurnber bolmliy mmilnounced ( hint lie hummui muirenihy mnado his mIami up , amid time must of ( Jan11 could weigh the temutimuiony , veiled emi time argu. memitum ummiul refer to tIns Jmmuige's chmsmrgo to ( heir imeartue' comitemit , but. mis ( Or him hum votmlil ilovem' ( 'omlvict lr. Jomuos , lie saId ( lint lie know Captain \'enl , mimuml knew hun t o be a mecoumnmirel and mm Jiypocrte , mind tiimet he dccrvcmi to be Itiliemi. lie also kmiow Hoiilii of ( lie lmrcsecuitimmg s'Iiflesseui to be oI tIme uuimnie metm ul ) ( ' , .Imiilge Clint amhiieul ( lint t lie iuum II ty of I hi mm j miry liox nuighi t t u lie mmml mu - tatmied sit mmny cost ( hint if the conteiitmu of (1mm' , iue vero ( ruse ( lii' Jmimor lic qumestioru % % 'i ) H gmil I I I' of lemJ u ry , mu mmml bummi buenhiumps hicen Iimiiwul , tuimmh mit mummy mmmto % vmuml Ill comi- teillt , 'Flue jmlulge muatmi lie wemilmi umuslionmi action until ( hue i'rummmml Jury coUiul nuuilce an hiivestigmmtion , iini , los , ( limit iuimmiiose hat or- ml em'cml t Ii e Jim ry to mm iiiieiu r iiefortm ( Iii' gramat Jury mmcxl 'fhmmirculiiy mnormitmig immiul ammssvcr mmuichm qmmestions mii3 ( hint iimiuly tmumli see iroier to mrubiomimmii. ) iii (11(1 imiu.'tiiitlsilo ( lie Jury vas mlimmchmuum'geml , .lmmuige ( 'limit mlt'ciimmeml to give ( lie immumulo chimer of tIme mimithior of thmo flute am' of ( lie Jmimor ui'lii ) ouit''m ' ( ttiilm'ii muumchs IL I mreJumil let' uipum I mmue C t Ii mu v I ci I mum a f Ir , Jones' 1)15(01 ( , 'l'imu aifair cuuited : a gm'eamt iiC'mlillttiOil Iii Dallus , purtlcmihmmrly imu coult amId legal cIrcles , _ _ _ _ . _ _ . , i.I I-S TIIfl ( J1'J'Y 11.15 , 'lJI'JVIL11J. l'rmuuml Il licgcmi 1mm tIme i'mmiu of I iso 'mutoC l'immmit to ( lie CIt ) mu 'i'iit''iiuii , rAcOMA , W'anim. , Dec. 21.-Cosmsiulermublo Huniiriso was created today by tIme filing ot a suIt lit equity Iii which John C. Httmllcup ii. uuuporlom' court Jmidgu' , is idaiiitIrr imnul limo cIty of 'I'acomsime lefcnlauit , 'Flit , pluintift alleges ( hint C , Ii. S'nigiit , time Plmiiadelj.Imimm iii I II I m'e , a nil ( ii mu 'I'mu russia. . I ighm L ammul Vmtter comnpammy ' Olmtm0lhCil by imimrm , olul to time e'iI ' ( lie llghm't mmliii l'atl'i' ( ( ) % liItml or $1,750- (1)3 immst ) 'cumr ims rumiseuhuiciico of unistepme- uteiilmm I Ion , brIl Icr ) ' ii much ( it lieu' eonm'umli. huh lice. isieiltim , restmutliig fm-otis ii. c'onsiiI'uicy itiiereml Into bewi'eum ( time comnpnmiy mmrid coitujimi city cttbeimi is , vhm a mm I I hunt I I immu limmil I ho mmla nit go. meat nmud muogotiimticins umlmittm' , eiiltmol ( lint the cormilulily's viitem' nbimtmu did slot furnish to exceed huult ( liii niuuouim ( of vatcr refine- coated ; tlmret ( or ibm $1,750,000 of imomits all limo city got viui momne i'otemm liuniemi aimil other niaterimmls , syhmieli , mill I old , s'm're Ut I ho vu lime imot (0 exceeml tutu uumimn of $300,000.'hicreoru plnlmutbff 11189,14 ( but ho be guammtod mc , teeree migainmt time city , llerleuiuliY cmmJohimiiig lImit ci' fm'oni time PuiYiuig or mummy further annuaL Interest muimomm lime boimuhi' , miami ( lint time city oIIim'ialH lie pruitiido1 ( from levying tuxe for the PaYmmme'iit of iiiteiebt on bomids. - - h'imrt'weii Visit mu II Is lIf'mm 'fommih' , JIEIILIN , lec , 2i-tieforo leaving Varsin , I'rincmu BiimmnatL'l ( miald a farewell visIt to time cimapel lii whmicim tim reruiutirit 'o time irlncesit are tt'metiuig , 'I'lme scemie. which imiunle a deep imnprecslomi upon those who vitmiesseml Ii , % % 'umm time lumifto itilrg bemieatii a lIr tree , icimmulmi g Ucoiu tilt u I irk , im mmml hi is e'yes tu nfl i'd ( miui'Lumclim ( lii' mrs uvi' of time l1nimmC'5t. It wes ui'l ( ii uu ni us t ml I ( hi' uilty I lie t hi 1:1 1mb ) 'steiamlms Ph evImhi. ' I uhurmi iuinm I It's ye 'arzin and givs mmli iule daily Vtm. ( (5 ( (0 ( tim" p'nve of hit bcj luved wife ,