The Dallas Weekly Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 25, No. 14, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 29, 1877 Page: 2 of 4
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tuvniMirolil I. tn il e.eh u'lr.t'tent
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IITrRlUT llK1h : tH(rflRrt
M. .1. X. IWaraniow city editor of
th Sheruian ( V in ha taken to lec
tures' W tearfull him to r
roenils-r the fit of Watlersvn Iiur-
tleits Pulrr ih numlre1 awl one
other innocent editor who hate
wrecked thctnsrWes hote!cly on the
Tm Houston '' ;rn annotinnsi ttukt
Mr ru'lcr will marry Mi Alice Vane
of the Tcmpleton troupe on Curtst-
nut day at I'orp-n t'hnsti Texa. Now
as JaUn Tcmt letoii i-1 Alice Van
wt married aom fifteen ) -mt sine
n both are tiil alive a:i I have not
been throuh a divorce court we may
reasonably conclu.is that there i
BUMaks some- he r-
-mma rTfi-iiMo severe illnra
will uot b mllt'l a visitation of God
but wiio cm ti'.l if il i nut ? A nun
wlio rob ami betray w hole stale an J
ho ste ji himself aii l hi j.firty in
crime to place slill greater burden
Hi on the henl bai k nf a hclpli! date
would indeed seem to lie a pricier olijt-t
of thi dn iuo vriii iik v if rartU rvvr
Jet lurninlicl mm
Tn e Cliviir Alt'rl Turaf tinw of
( li'li i to rtiv liia j-ri'lrniuii ax all
al' liotnist by turning rn'Hr ii.t oM in
the I'nwnce of III" ( Lillian authorities
or go lo fur two yen. Tln gi-ii-
t iinai) llimili only lli.rtj-lwo yeara
v'l li't Imi iju a liixtury. 1 1 in-
Tiitil tlii l'.iiu.iii nfi) linn lyi'if uivl in
t'ilnrin all kmU il jtihhN aiut iliacov-rr-l
tlie i-rnci'i-a f makiiig liulter tr-nn
tlinit wliic!i w kuow liy tlio name o!
"oirouiArpnr; n iv "
. CHRISTIANITX'S NATAL DAY.
Tuaiav. t)i 25th it th great fsti
) of clirintianitT anil a fw re fl'tv
tinn on the auhject will not he dmmetl
out of (liar by a Taut majority of the
rraUrt of Tut HaHJi.D. While tolora
ting anil Ti'ajocling the opinion and
I rrjU'licea of th thouuml who lo not
aifpfit chriitiamty. yet it ia no leaa our
urpoe a wrll aa duty to atand up
niaufully for that religion which ha
workad the cirilimtion of mankind
and under whoae lienign auii'M have
bra worked out the fnat prolilcnn
which have made the lent fw cnturin
illuatriou in the Iii'lory nf the world.
We drem the railroad the atearuahin
and the tl gr.h an mui:h t!.e off-
a(.ring of Christianity a ."t. Paul a SL
Tati-r'a or Trinity Xew ork. The
men who guve to the world thee won-
derful inrentiona grew up under chris-
tian ttiHueneea. It wu chrialian civili-
lation and progreM which revealed to
them the ureal thouh hitherto hid
den (oKililitie in nature.
tunaidered with reterunce to mere
nmiiljem. and ammig the people of the
earth Christiana are but a meagre minor-
ity but when we reflect that thi minor-
tv hu for eighteen hundred and sev.
enty-even year le.i the progreM of the
witI J. and it to-day leading and con-
trolling the nations we forget ita nu
merical intignitk-anre and cry all bail !
to the liHl which Bethlehem gave
out nearly two thnunand year ago
anil wh'ch ha ainc irrown to be the
hi a. -on to liht the nation to "till
ri ter triumph in cience in the art
of government and in the progreaa of
that intelligence which leads men upon
higher Linen and nearer to the great
source of all excellence and all intelli-
gence The bitterest oppenenU of the
christian religion and the theory
of the divinity of Christ. all
acknowledge the wonderful perfec-
tion of the acbool of morula which he
f'l'jnded on earth. They all readily ac-
knowledge that cbrialian people nr.-
j iverned more easily cheaply and at
isluctorily than pngaos. Even in ridel
intelligence seek the prole- lion of that
t T.;l:ou an.) the ndrantnge ol that
civiiicitiim which were taught
household idol to and plant hi roof
tree in Texas he to ail intents and purs
poe immediately becornee Texan
entitled to ail the rights privileges and
advantage of citiaenship and in like
manner aume hi own projier degree
TeXA ia so largely democratic only
I ecause there i no other policy broad
enough to meet the want of our rapid
Govraxoa Cotcarrivpd at his house in
of rponltility and troublo attending I Waco on the lVth where he received
the rt-Ution. Thus it become ill.igicsl I le usual cordial welwine from hi
to shut himself up in a community hav-
ing separate interest and ympathi
not in accord with the masse or the
neighbor and friend of a quarter of a
Blaine Reads President Hayes
Out of the Republican Party.
Furrta ha gone west like a good
ioy and if he will only flip a few lead-
en pellet to the Mexican and Indians
on the frontier the "previous condition"
will be forgotten.
The Chicago Ihtir-Ocvm haa been re
luceu to a nffi-row guage since Have'
toleration policy has gone into effect
snd the bloody-shirt ia no long-r the
Orrifiauime of republicanism. ..
Mr. L. C. Barrett in a communica-
tion to the Henrietta Journal strongly
urges t'aptain Torn Brown forjudge of
WILL ENGLAND INTERVENE?
When the persecution of the chris-
tian in the European province of Tur-
key tirst commenced and Kui nrnt
indicated a purposo of war the old set-
tled policy of that empire well
understood us it ia now. The hj pocrtt-
tcjil avowal of a mere defense-of the
faithful u umlersiDod to veil tiie fixed
purpose of Hu!ia to place her bauds
upon CinisUiutinnpli) in the interest of
the expitiisioii of h r d oiininn in the
dirucliou of the east and to secure the
long coveted outlet by way of the Black
Sea the. Dardanelles and the Bospho-
rus to the Mediterranean. Every inch ! That " special mnil c:cr" dojge of the
of territory she acquire in this direc ! Air doesn't teirify the Martin Ball.
tinn is a direct iiienace to the prestige ; It has a special telegraph wire put up
f England eiu-tern posses-ii.m and in- to the residence of every delinquent
rtiKnee. The fall of I'levna develops no subscriber and sends nte.sag-s daily
new principle iu the struggle so far as .
England is concerned only this thei 1Hiuld is obliged for a polite
danger to her eastern influence and j invitation to attend a ball to lie given
conimerc is one dv' march nearer. ion.ew learsbve by the Gate City
Bfronrtlfation a Fraud The Suolbrrn
People Playing Pollry Their Pur-
pot to fcrt Pomeloii of the
iiOTrrimunt and Bet Aside
the Eulu ef the War.
To I nllrd State and Mexican Troeps
lofijolntly Panoe the Trail
of Bone Tblere I'rom
tbe Texas Side.
the l.'uited State court should
new federal court bill pas
Iuiing the Italian war. when Louie
Napcleuu and Victor Emanuel won
Soltrrino and M igenta Cl.iinnri k said
' tlie Hhine n ust be defended on the
Ad.ge." History is ivmtiuual'y repeat
ing ilsi-lf and Englaud should have
defended the Indies and her long and
eapiwi'd line of communications on th
Danube or at least on the Balkans
Now we hear it rumored that she pro
pose to purchase the sultan's suzrain-
tv over Egypt and pay for it in money
Alter Constantinople has fallen into
the grasp of Russia Egypt would no
be worth a bauliee to either England
or its owu local novi-reign. Englnnii
knew rs well wi.cu war was declared
us she does 1'ow that Turkey unassisi-
guards of Dimison. .We wish the boys
a brawe time of it whether present or
No Observable Improvement in Patterson'
Condition Bob Toombs of the Num-
ber of Commissioner to the Pari
Exposition Extradition of -Boggshoffer.
The Idaho Indian are Well Armed
Well Mounted and Insolent-War
With the Barrack Trouble
Anticipated ia April.
The papers are nil handling the com
mercial traveler idea. There i but one
opinion so far and that is they would
regret to part with the bold tourisU
but w ould like to do the advertising as
Thk Houston Tihgrum of tha 20th
pays Msjor John It. Jones commander
of the battalion of state troops a high
but-richly merited compliment in the
article published elsewhere this morn-
A correspondent ef the A'cmj writing
from Austin says; "A state ticket.
Leaded l.y tuivernor Thrm'kmorton
would lie very bard lo beat " The cor-
respondent u!-nsii). 'ri.riH-Umi-rion
has many warm friends iu wcult-iti
Texas." He might have Raid aud mall)
in eastern Tex and Mint hern Tevis
and uu enemies at ail iu northern Texas
Wt dun t kiojw if th.j people cm mrr
I im fri-m Cfiiicress but we are very cer-
tain if he beads tin state ticket be can t
ed could not contend two years with
and tbe undivided forcf of gigantic Kussiu.
founded by the lowly Naierean nearly i Without a pn.rerful diver-ion in some
two thousand years since in theshadow j uthcr direction the early fall of Con-
of the temple erecud by authority of i stantinople and the disruption of the
the Creator to mark an epoch in the j government of Turkey were fixed fact
march of event which -were to be j from the lirst. No new principle
crowned aud completed when His Son j has been developed nd her si-
a-sumed the tio which was to make
him brother to all tho sons of men that
the sacritice contemplated at the be-
ginning should be. triumphant in the
The science of the christian has con-
lence while these tremenduous batlb-s
have been fought and Io.-t by her di-
voted ally is ominous of subjugatii.n
and pariition and her move to acquire
suiriiiuty in Egypt by purchase look
like bad faith with Kusaia if divmeni--
piori'd the cloud finding the very i beiun iil really had be-n .dtermin d
Thk citirrns nf Corsicana in a puliiic
meeting calb-d to consider the arrest ol
11. V. 1 1 url.s k strongly con-b-mii tiie
U"C of Hi-In l.lnry in luatteis ol this
kind. The law miit tie executed even
if it tiki-s the military to do it hut. we
are of the opinion that any civil otlicrr
in Navarro county could have etl.-rted
the arr t j it well us a mditary of-
ficer. We know C .rican and the
splendid county in which it i itualed
and we do know that any civil officer
ran make any arrot within it borders
ordered by coinptent auliioiiiy.
Tar apprehemiot of worthy
like Ir. Channiiij' who i r'tinallv op
posed the annexation of Tex is have
been dispelled as illusory. The a lhnt
e of the antiexatmn a a great snide
Inwards the lu'tilineiit uf-C.ii uianileat
destiny of our repul.!- h ive long been
steadily growing. Mr. Plaioes iippie-
kension (nun rtitt.g ti.e tm -.utti .u ol
ortberu Mexico vhi. h is only a q ies-
t'oii ol time will s' .ne ll-e same l ite.
Tho event will dip mve his prediction
nf calamity s in the case of IhewortLy
lightnings of heaven to tiie car of bu-
rn in progresM and making theui the
tractable and intelligent servants ol
men ; christian science has annihil-
ated space and haa brought the shores
of far elf Euro; w ithin a few days dis-
tance nf tbg vrestorn viroiM ; chri-tian
science has given us tho useful the
beautiful and the good of the world
and the armies which tight under the
ynibl of Christianity are always vic-
torious. Let Texts and especially Dallas cel-
elierate the birthday of the Saviour
wilh becoming reverence and a befit-
ting a people enjoying all the glorious
privilege vouchsafed to the world in
and through Hi birth aud death. With
charity toward all a id malic to none.
let the .lay be one of joy and perfect
COLONIZING IN TEXAS.
Within the last few year nany
American col nir have located in Tex-
as. Trevious to this there were se' eral
very important Vicrtiian colonies r.jc
ees-fil!!y established notably in KaV
ctte Comal and dillespie counties
Tn Ch.caav ard Choctaw do not
ebirel to Ik coming ciiiAeun (ut if) ele.
Je t to the rouditioa t f the UU pro-
p -sing to make them citisens which
unulsthe iiuoi tant rights guaranteed
to them by the treat wilh the 1'mt.d
Slate. Those run l.iioi-s w.nild violate
licaty stipulation' and for instance
mnfe-ron others ih in cit.jens from the
Chi.kaw ation a pari of the large
fjnd which the Cnit-d Slilcs bavoco.
entulad shall Iks this proerty tf that
nation loextricai Ic iinfuai.m can I
avoxUd only by aboli.-hiug entire. v the
trina) r.-h-t ion of the Indian and by
placing thetn a en urns on the same
footing a ail other American ritiMiis.
Thi i the safo and ju.-t aolulijn of the
A umu dm. of ipi.et anxiety ia mani-
fested aUiut the Hubbard Andrew
Kou'iaiid may intervene but oven if
she d vs n'-w its will not be iu time to
save the Ktiropean province uf Turkey-
and tiiae uvr a il! in ail the lutuie ivc
totally unable to confront the czar with-
out western help and it- may cost Eng
laini iiitiiiiiely more to maintain nil
ea.-li'tn military i-stablisbment for li'.ty
years than lo lrnve met the hordes of
llussia on the south bank of tho Dan-
ube a she did in the trenches bfore
Seli-tnpol and tbe gorge of Bslnk-
The ministry hnve disj.ljyed a wwik-
riess axut irresolution which is amusing.
The iiieen has called parlinment be-
cnuse she evidently requires its supp.irt
in maintaining neutrality or in ilecl ir-
ii g war. These circURiotoncea do not
presn:i prompt and vigorous acti.m
mid only tbrtt will siulfice tr euable tbe
t'n'-cent to coiifroiu- theCross un ler
the walls of Constantinople.
There is boiiietiiing inexpressibly
tou.'huigin the sititatToit in winch '1 ur-
kcy hts o-eii pbiced. Ever since the
star ol UiirnnnoM tirst asceritleil the bor-iz-iii
in the person of IVtertho tin -at
Turkry has stood on the defen.-ive
ag.iin-i od.is which wouhl haves ag
gire l Leonid is and his Spartan?. Their
whilo a hear y Norwegian colony plans
ted itself irotilably in I!oue county.
The phlegmatic (termon and tractable
Norwegian can be managed very well j triic :les have been heroic but it He. ms
a a memlier ol a H'iety or a com-' n"' t'' "'' ' uave Leenjtor naught uu-
le the cupidity of J'.ngland can be
aroused ia time or that her fears of
Haitian ascendency may become active
The ITf.kai.p acknowledgesacall from
Colonel Jishn If. Filler editor und jiro-
prietor of tha Harri.-iburg 1 atrial who
is visiting Ti-xis and who swears by all
the gods it a the fairest land under the
Jew; Kmtui.1 of Kllis is in Austin
and proposes to make Ellis one of
twenty counties in the state to sul
scribe live or ix thousand dollars to set
the .NWc (itizrUe on ita legs. The scheme
may work but we doubt it very seri
A (itvsZAMua physician petition con
gress to rep. on! the import tax on quin
ine. Thai is sensible and will be done
if they fail to discover that more of the
drug is consumed iu the south than in
Jcsi now Siiliman-Pasha is an im-
portant fellow. Give a man ten thou-
sand well armed men and send him
gyrating ai-out such place as Constanti-
nople and it plays the very d I with
SKi RtTAUY JfiCuARy says it ia merely
a local irritation which wili be soothed
by a little artillery poultice and cavalry
salve. The quicker the poultice and
salve are applied the better it will be for
the suffering iVnntii rsmen.
Pacs.ikii's thirty bit of silver promi
ses now to be met with the office ol the
serireant-of-arnis of the senato instead of
Cue collector of customs at 'ew Orleans.
This is one way of tubing French leave
of the returning board's pet.
t oi.ovsLJ. b. JSoki.as the veteran
editor of the Cotnicana O&jcrwrr
has severed bis connection with
Ida! paper. e tender trienit Morgan
our fi licitationa. a;:d trust the rest he
is entering intoawil! be as grateful a it
has been nobly earned.
tnuhe but it is the experience of all
that Americans as colonist are not a
ucc a. They are less easily led and
controlled. Their habit of life and
labor re Irs methodical and among a
large iiumU r.tbere will alway W found
a good many who will either refuse
to la'iortiutriitht or who will do an in-
Ificiently Discontent and trouble re-
sults and finally the colonist sell out
to others split up into factions and dis-
band. Ilomogemnty in a government
uch aa our i tha most desirable qual
ity it population can have. The want
of it h roIueed avery national aud
into trouhlo we have had since tbe
Uie government was founded. The
trouble with those colonies isolated and
encysted a they generally are aside
from tho wrangling among themselves
which are natural is they-are liable to
crime in contact with ou'bider ill a way
day. Kim. ery hard nd very straight
l.itngs are being said. No hi to the
ciisteb.n. ie.hu or the thing we may'
have a very decided opinion but we
rvvtainly do not Intend lo cbtrnJe our
opinion at present upon tho public. If
liovemor Hubbard i innocent the
charge will lU to the ground ir guilty
wera he ten thousand time higher iu
pcsiiiou lie would he drej d down by
the demi B acy. t is a double cff. use
for a deinociat to t al. It ia a crime
agiit aneirly and murder to tbe prty.
It would g':v us sincere regret to hate
aclcar and conclusive ausaer to the
(lvelou 'w ai tide defer-! beyond
a rvaonbU liuie and w trust bis .
p.-Hacy ail! o art a lo give hi.
friend thearlie-t ofiftortunity to enter
' upon tha duly of details.
The AW claim lo have paid more
postage than all the other papers of
lux combined. Thi statement it
Blade to how the inconiparabU advanU
agm trf that sheet a an advertising
meibuin. W proo lo enter the list.
It g.'iieruosljr putsTHt JIar.o down
fcr ei4.a postaga p aid. Saw if fxxy
pi wdl rsmaauber that every train hear
ina the I niU-l Mtate mail whiuh U-av
thi iy leave at night and will also
rroteranvr that Ta Hauj goe oat
y airrws on all the niorolna- Ualn
ixl that the poatorTUe departmeBt baa
nothing to do wilh the matter it will
. be seen Ih .t the AVm know nolLini
ht it rilIkirj. A pper
i Juiit eagerly
red ly mail and
r wim i ne same
vr just iwce
draft which went to prutisi tho ether to pro.luce uneasiness and dissatisfac
tion. A joint atoek arrangement to enable
an nrnber of settler to purchase a large
body of land at once securing lower
rates is a prac'.ical and common teiae
application of the principle of co-opera- i
tion from which the very best result
may lollow hut when interest separate
and loreign front urrounding popula-
tion are vet up or served in any way by
these colonics t):e result flowing from
tirh Combination constitute an unmix-
ed evil whether considered with refer-
ence to tha good of that particular com-
munity the county or the state.
A things are now organised in
Tex there ia not . the ' slight
est necessity for any " combination
after the purchase mentioned. ' The
regular administration of law aecurea
protection and the stroug social char-
acteristic of our people secure oci
al advantage ; our churches bring
retigiou facilities within the reach ol
the poorest aingje teltler a well aa the
richest colony ever planted here. Our
free school system id a few years will
settle tk problem of education and to
tbe neoowity of community excluive-
nwa ha passed away let us hope for-
ever. ; We aa cciiociv of no right or
publio good which thould not he shared
by all alike. -: If any member of ucb
colony or any Dumber of them discover
a new and valuable principle in egrloul-
ture or mechanics the world iaentitlrd
to It uu to any advantage en-
joyed io a oni! or twain way by
roaeon of thi combination become
public property aod thi i contribot-
cd In conidrAioD of. the protection
affortledliy the atate and the social re-
ligimi aad educational (acilitiea of tho
Vf sr alway glad to see immigrant
enough to set her armies in motion to-
ward that Orient which has inspired
her lird in d iy past and where if
the opportunity conies her soldiers will
aho w in imperishable honnjs.
Thk Dm. i.as II rmi.ii calls us a (ht-
verter of the truth for saying Dallas was
the home of cut-throats and rob'ers.
To scan the local column of Thk II tn-
ai.ii lor a month past ia sufficient jusle
iiralion for the statement. Thk llrusl.n
very well knew we did not mean lo im-
ply lhat the whole imputation of that
city was comjioscd of that class. DMlaa
contain many refined good cithvens
but that she i infested with ccunihss
criminals Thk Hkhami cannot gau say
iWl (Jbvmtf t'ktg.'
That ia quite suflicient only the last
proposition rraflirm the former one to.
which we took exception. We have no
larger proportion of bad pc -.pie resident
in Dai la than Mineola itself or any
other town in the state. We have
quite a large floating population and
perhaps our fuir share "of bad people
but uo moro.
The Houtton Age hotds the following
language wilh regard tn the Rio Grande
trouble. There is no uncertain sound
ii: tho words:
Hji Texas any right which the Utiiv
led State i bound to protect? If so
it is about time we' had something less
orinqu'-rie and something more ot ac
tion. 'i'exA needs i prolecrtinn it is en-
titled to it and must and will hsv.i it.
If the government My much longer
Tex will have a little war of it own
with the greaser tmlo the liio Urande
and it won't be on Tex soil either.
GtRi. Hatch agn In command at
El Paso i not friendly to the people of
the border and hi report from the Rio
Grande will be closely toruUiiUed lithe
future. ' - ' ' ' ' -
'tn Marshall Herald and the Cle-
burne Ckronicli are discussing the ques-
tion aa to whether advertising pay.
Let them ask any successful busine
tnauj and Lelore they have interviewed
five hundred the question will be defi-
nite settled in the affirmative. .
CarTais IlLAia who bad twenty Uni-
ted Stated aoldiers within a short tuarcb
of tbe point where our brave ranger
were contending with an overwhelming
mob and refused to go to their; assist-
ance will hve earned enough infamy
to last any one man a life time. f "'
r a . -
' Two astticsajt Waco aeutt a trf
wagi tig an. Inky warfar ia theco'umn
of th rMuer aod tbe molar Jt the
ia great nuinUm com la front any of ioitiaena havefoc the time being l irgot-
Thk Kjnaniner man fully takes up the
cudgels for (Jovernor Hubbard and
at range to say has no "axe to grind."
We like to oe this sort of chivalrous
devotion to one's friend. ft is a de-
lightful as it ia rare these modern
HalikinO ! Don't Hll Water
TrauaLalad troni tbe M-iiveston (Geruai.)
Pel DvCfcinber lit. I
After.tbe declarations made by Gov-
ernor Hubbard through Kilpatrick
Burnett Ball Hutching V Co. and
Colonel Andrews in the News that the
J-i-iisi drawn against Burnett t Co. wa
in payment ot cotton a portion of which
had been forwarded and another part
of which wa yet to be forwarded we
slarlsid out to inform ouraelvj bow
much cotton the tirm of Burnett A Co.
hail received and where it came from.
Investigation at the Cotton Exchange
developed the unexpected ducovery
that during this action the house of
Burnett A Co. had not received a single
bale of cottou I Further investigation
established the fact that the tirm of
Burnett V Co. for some time past baj
had no office kept no books aud has
done no busine; ami finally we learn
from a reliable source that the whole
cotton crop raised on Governor Hub-
bard plantation only amounted to
fourteen bale I Too thin. Mister Gov-
ernor! Galveston New. .
A BSaablBK . wrrengkowdenl.
M. Archibald Forbee who ha made
such marked auccee a a war corres-
pondent of the London News U tem-
porarily in London where be received
the unusual tf not unprecedented
eomplimeutof a dinner given by the
joutuali'tacf rival papera. Mr. Bala
or the leH-irrapri presided aud Lir.
Ikis-ell tbe retired veteran ot the
1 lines occupied- tbe vice chairman-
ship. All the Ijindon papers of emf-
ueue wet e represented. Mr. h'oruea
won hi spur by daab and intrepidity.
I he Huvaiana were not partial to news-
pa per eoneepondenU but Forbee won
Uitfir regard aud koo1 wilt by hb fear-
It ibiics. - He wna In the nrst boat that
rueerd the Danube risking Ida life
wi'h the oommoneet of tho aoidiera
and feueruliy ho betu at the P''. at
danger. When tbe Hero fight al 8hlp-
ka was 10 progresa a few month ago
theraar bad bia beat and earliest In for-
nation from Koroea whom ho hon-
ored with a personal Interview. Tbe
New regard him aa a jewel all the
mora to be prized becaeae exceedingly
COUtlj.'. -- - - A' :
the atate. esiiMaallr sUn l)w f.
become Mi-alined with Ui ropl f
the Utw-. rw.n uo a liliooia-w.
lr-V T f ' : r . a f
tea totiu-ak. i Oueof them ha gotie
far a to publish bia adrfre&l and
laajtheaaae Watetioo may he loot ed Cat
'II y-t t
2f aairviujt Deoember 17. At live
o'eliick yesterday moroinar Uugbee A
Co.' hardware atore oil liroad atreel
wa diaoovered ou Ore. : 'VVbeo eatio-
guianed A wa found to contain on
hundred aud-nioeteen pound of pow-
der in three different part of the
hnuae. -One hundred and ninety-six
ball of cut too saturated wlib coal ait
were yUrxi ever the house. : 8ev-euty-tbre
potimte. of powder ia ooe
bulk wa within three feet'oi where
too Are wa botewough to melt metal-
lie poon. Had eWber ooe of. tbe
packgve ef wder cploeld it might
hare killed tho- entire fir brigade.
The ' eaea . were working la tbe rear
and front and tn very clot proximity
to th fir. The bou4 been Ignited
in foer ptavoaa The t M of U etb-
iiabroeut were borne Stock inaered
for nine Uinusand duilara ia the estate-
ajacl' - - v- - -
t'oaaitlow r Heawlar Btlnh
Washington December 2i There
is no observable improvement iu Ken
ator l'alteraon' oonditlou to-day ex-
cept that hie sleep la less diaturnesl and
the pain in the regiou of bin braia arc
not so acute. These symptom are
hopeful of final recovery but it may tit-
deferred for some week.
General Hubert Toombs 1 numbered
a a commissioner to tbe Farm expoei
Tbe paper lor tbe extradition of
John Boggahotler held at 8t. John's
New Brunswick are prepared under
tbe Dame of Miller. It ia alleged be
swindled tbe rsmilheru lite Insurance
company tut ol nixty tboutaiid dollars
u lid afterward victimized James li.
Bailey & Bn. of Augiu-ta Georgia at
whose inula nee proceedings are In pro-
grtaeiou. Mr. ii. (J. ITnderwood receiving ti l-
ler of the National Hank lleileaipllou
agency rurnlshee the following in re-
lation to tbe new counterfeit five doi-
lar note ou the First National bank of
iianover Pennsylvania : "All note
having the words act approved June
3 i'Srel in the lower border of note
are counterfeit and on the genuine the
date la February 21 1S03. Xi more
Uvea will be bued to the above batik
nor to the First National bank of Taui-
uulor Blain ex-Secretary ol lb
Navy Koheson Congr-.ssnicu K. Hale
of Maine aud Senator Cliaptiell of
Colorado urrived in 8U Louis last
night .and after ratming over night
at the I.indell hotel left for Hot
The Globes Democrat publishes an
iutervlew with .Senator Blaine. Hpeak-
iug of Hayes and the Kepublican
party he jaid:
"Mr. Hayes baa undoubtedly placed
himself in a position where he cannot
receive the cordial support of tbe party
that elected him. The line iu fact
is already no clearly drawn between
him and tbe body of ti e party that
there can be uo doubt as to how each
Mr. Have in a party view is neither
on the republican side nor on this line.
He is ou the other side of the line eo
1 far aa all trie practical result of his ad
ministration are coueerned. It is ab-
surd to suppose that there cau by any
baruiuny between him and thd repub
lican party aa long as he pursues hi j
present course. The people know
whether he ha carried out bis pledge
as the president elected by tbe repui-
Being ashpd about the southern pol-
icy Senator Btaiue said lhat ou tin-
subject there w as n) course a differ-
ence of opinion but tbe ilillerence was
very slight and if wna safe to assume
tiiat there was bo great division of
setitluieul of party of the matter. Many
honest repuhl. cans said the senator
believes that tbe southern people are
as loyal t" the union a we are Iu tbe
north but of this there is a serious
The southern people il is true are
according to all upearances peacefully
inclined and show a disposition to
maintain the supremacy of the main
government but men who were In the
rebel army can uot so readily give up
their faith atid their professions -in
my opinion are only skin deep. Tbe
southerners are laying low until they
get on top. They lead the demccracy
and should their party get imo power
in Idol) tbey will show a hand that
will surprise that class of republicans
who believe lhat reconciliation ha
Tbey are playing policy and their
purpose 1 to get possession of the gov
ernmctnt and rule it a tbey did before
tbe war and then all tbe established
results of the war and reconstruction
would be set aeide.
Washington Deoember 2b Sena-
tor Patterson's condition waa some-
what Improved thi moroing. -Tbe
pain in hi head with which he was
suffering yesterday ba left him. He
Is however very much weaker.
All the department are closed.
fctecretary Thompson has gone to Iu-
Tim following wa received at the
war department thi evcnlug dated
Chicago and addressed" to General K
D.Towosend: "The following tele
gram from General Ord is forwarded
by Qwiertl I. H. (Sheridan for the In-
formittioo of tbe general of the army:
'lieutenant Ward who waa stint to
IbeRioGraodetoflu itbe trail of ttie
borata stolen sod driven into Mexico
on the I5tb Instant ha' just come in.
Hie Mexican troop gat to the river on
the morning of tho IXtlh ' ' Ward
showed the Mtxicao lieutenant the
trail and at hi Invitation crossed hi
Bieu aod joined tho Mexican troops.
They followed tbe trail together ell
day going about twenty-five mllea.
4a It bad rained heavily tbe trail waa
hard to follow and another rain set-
ting in they bund it Impossible to fol-
low It further. The trail wa Itft about
three mllea from the nearest town and
only six or'eight miles below wbera it
orotasMi the Rio Grande - Ward aay
there waa perfect good feeling among
the Mexican aoldir and own and
that to lieutenant offered to go with
him Jiy where he thought the bones
eonld be found. ; -
4eU Laka Utah dispatch amy
Colonel John C Bfoith commanding
tk alx teenth Infantry sent to Fort
Hail Idaho; to faveattgat tb threatened-war
wUB tha) barrack snade a
datttaad for th attrrender of the In-
dian wtaa autrrdareal Ala.' ftnoslta at
Boa xk. -'jTt0f twaatawd t wativtY
J bim but it is not belie veil they will.
I" Indians are well armed and well'
. anted aud insolent. It Is thought
luey wjll make trouble iu April. .
All iBit at auua Kliaartw arrival r
ulaaea Halrk I tasiiw.
C'hicawO Dew-mber 22. A .lsp!cb
received this morning at military
headquarters dated El Paso the 22tid
say ail is quiet in that direction ; Col-
onel Hatch bad arrived and Droceeded
to Sail Elizarlo with two eomnaniM I
of cavalry aud one howitzer.
Matamokob via Brownsville De-
cember 24. The notorious part in u of
Cortina named Port Gaul who some
year since made ao attack on tbe po-
lice healcuart4 aud killed the chief
of police and wouaded two others and
escaped has recently been robbing on
the highway near this city. He rode
into the market place last night and
shouted for ex-Preeident Lerdo. When
the police attempted interference they
were tired upou and wouuded after
considerable shooting wbich created
quite an excitement as it was' feared
that a portiou of the troops would re
volt. Port Gaul wa captured ami
lodged in jail. It is supposes! it was
bis intention to create a di'ttirbance
and to tiy the loyalty of tbe uarri-on
lor President Diaz and if thetrn.p
Weie uot faithful to take ail vantage of
their disaffection and orgaui.e a rev-
olution. As nothing to the advatit ge
of the Lerdo party w as developed or-
der w as soon restored.
AH the Energy of Turkey Bent
on the Defense of
Tbe lppraranre or Salrlntaa Pasha at
(oosUalloople With Tea Thousand
mm Glvf Klse to the Frar
of a Coup d'Etat.
Tha Kasslaas are idvanrlag Into.tht
Plain or rirroam lo Overwhelm-
ing Force Wralhrr Favorable
to Sllltary Oprralloas.
Hundreds of Turkish Prisoner and Rus-
sia Troops Reported to Have Per.
" Uhed with Cold ia Bulgaria
Nothing as Yet to Indicate the Detinatie
of the Army of the Czarevitch Sham-
la or Tiraora tbe Objective Point
iriiraa mat Hundred or Turkish pri. I Flt!l". i.i
onr aud Ittawvlau troops who were '
caugMon the manh. h.ve rihJ. j .
A convoy wa overwhelmed a' C'otro- j ir .-.
neoi a auturb of Imi. -barest and forty j -). j n -
horsca and tweoty-ttine men were ""'"'"' - ' -
froaeu to death. J Naw .
1'rinoe GorUsd.skorT ha assume.1 di- j '"S tpr . ;.
rectioo of the ministry of for-in f- . liiurikeu ei .
fairs. General IuUIl ba len p- i '' t-n t.'i.
pointed a tuemU-rof the council of the Gr-i.tieli'. -
empire. three .'el ..
An Erxroutu dispatch say Turkish w ' u-d ti.t ' - .
telegraph coniuiuniowliou are threat- j di-te l..:..i-
ened. It la believed tiie Russian fonv ' 11 ho I
srnal lor b Bruinwellasllsa
Nllvev SArahlMK Os
Toledo (). Isccmner 2i A lare
meeting last ulht adopted resolutions
urging Ohio senator and representa-
tive in congress to support the bill
remouetlzirg silver with free and un
limited coinage.- The inineipal reso-
lution read :
Z?cyiw That the honor and credit
of the nation are better prutectecl by a
due regard lor the w el tare and pros-
perity of those upon whom the dis-
charge of Its chlinatiou rest than by
uudue conces-lou Iu favor of tbe hold-
ers of such obligations
A resolution was also passed con
demnatory of the resumption act and
demandiua! it Immediate repeal.
le llerrrsnr f 1'nirll Hlae
Atlanta ieeember 14. John II.
Jackson of Wilmington llelaware
who waa brought here iu toiler ou
a reijiiixilion from the Governor ot
Geolia lo answer the cbarire of im-pn-rly
oftaiulu money from the
state arrive I ou Thursday aud laid all
tbe facts before Ibe cover nor. lie left
for home yeste rday afternoon leaving
a letter sinned by Governor Colquitt
in w Lie!; be that upon a full In ar-
InK ol the fact of the case I am satis-
fied that the riiminal suit w s brought
under a misapprehension the execu-
tive head has no rltit or power to In-
terfere w ith .the judicial department of
tbe Koveriunent or its proceedings.
(he Kervlaw were arpit wltb
Imniraa l.. at 1 atria.
IjnsiMM Ie.ttber"i Michael De-
Vill a feniau sentenced for fifteen
years haa lieen released after serving
half hi term. He a released on a
A dir- at. h to tlie Ivliul-urifh Ktita-
man seys : "Iu inftueiitial circle con-
siderable credit is attached to the re-
port that tbe govtrumeut contelu-
plates the purchase of the porte'ssov
ereiniiity overKuypt !'
The Manchester hxamlner learn
from trustworthy sourives that manu
facturers of military store who had
large order ou baud for both Russia
and Turkey have received notes can-
celling both if true this ludtcates a
conviction of au early -eace.
A rst. I'etersburK 1 spatch aays tbe
enin-ror arrived there this morning.
The Saturday Keview thinks it is
probable the hisise of commons may
be asked to make an extraor huary
urant for nil'.kury an I naval luiposea.
Antii-ipatiou of the Usual -eliod (or
the niettitig of parliament is in some
respects uufortutiale though it wl'l
probably admit of j'itlfioatli n.
The jsj-ectator la-lieve the real
meauit.g of tbe n.'tnruons of parlia-
ment i that Lord Beacotl.tielJ di slrn
tc encourage the Turk locoutinue Ih
struggle In the hi e of ultiuiate Brit
i-b nsristance and that toe lurks ill
so iiitcriirct It. Tlie S.w-ctstor thinks
Ktglaiid when it csime to the poiut
will decline toOirht for tbe Turk who
w ill at last be eonipelle I to ts.rjhsse
.-ace by withdraw iug to their natural
home in Asia.
are overwhelmii.ir. The Ituwian iu ' i-'-'
fantry are a.tvaiciug icio the plaiu of j f w ;
Ktitri um. si .)-;. - . a
it Is expected that the I l isn tln-r w te
headquarter will shortly ! iraus-' tl'e ! '
ferred from Botftrt to f-el.ui. ! wl-'ai-i
Grand Duke Ni. boias u-lejra he.1 ( r- t- i
from Bogert to I'rit.ce Milan ot s-H-r- 1 ""' r '" 1
via cocKra'claiirj; him upon ti.s sue- j as n.'-- i
cessful eponing of the ctinjiv'i iy j l em-l i '.: u.
the r-erviai a. ' It isa.tr. t'
A iteuter's di-patcb from I'on-tar.ll- tt.ed. o:. -.
uople says the Servians havs attenij-t- of tbr cr w
ed to carryYatrie ley a .suit and 1 av Tb- b r-
tiefU repulsed w ith iiumriw lo s They j t'l " kr I.
were pursued by tlie frarrison to a-j 1 h '-'1 I - r '
vara atsait rive miles distant. ; '- i
A l'ari di-patch say U. lie Mar -er Im' t " "
uiiiii-ter of tlie Interior orders the pr-' IVrt A C.
fes-ts to reinstate all municipal cuun-: I urn-. ' -
cildismt't since rrieic.-.tiofly- 1 ' ' "'
SrutsBCRU Ifeeember :U-The-.'J. i t le fi .
ce Iraiue provincial ss- '. ; t
passed a resolution expr ' .". .
wish that Alsaae-Lioraioe
ceivc its ow n eiistitutlon ; -.
states and have a represent; ive iu
the federal council of tiie German em-
pire. A Time correspondent at Vienna
says it Is rriorted from i'aris Itial
very active diplomatic Ints-rcaairse ux
ilia; ou between I'aris and Lon.lor.
with a view of rstalilistiii.c an un-
derstandmaT on tbe Ksstrrn ju--ti .n.
AUsilyews' Constanta le
t .ir 1 1
Ti e f-.r.-r
I UK t he w i
.l-li Uir: t
street w :
Wit S oe-
:t.r :-.r t v
lii ii.i.a.ujui ii-mniri.ii !?" .'-
tbe llusstaca are ai'tuu s.a lo tlrs ;
march of N-!k Tlilei;M. lv i "' "' '
Katnarh are nw only partly beld ty ! paven.ttit i.i i' i
tlie lurks. toiWi uJ M-.-iis. j t ;..r . . -
KkkkkiX-m Issernirwr 1 fM.ow 1 as ri. .t.
ceaaeil faliuia: tirr. 1 he wrattirr n iw ; ' 1
Is l.ns aud will fai-iiitalr t:.o i.t ia r'lr ''
lions of tbe It i ian-. i. '-T ai.1T.
Mr. Stauiry the African sX(iloe-T ar- t u o
rived at Aileii ..iii.lay. i u tol oer t t '
were paid od aud disthaigrd at tu.r- r ' ' " " '
lr t- liy Kini-c-.t.
rslroa Staldrr IM anisrau
M ' Wj J t.rr.
fAK KK.Mi.-V' I'el-llt-r 21 !
A few day aco tbe loan of ( all- .
ente. In the ssailheru srtion of U.e
state waa ratdesl by a arty f ilexi- '
can and nativet'adfarniai.s. A loini '
ter f horses a lot ot pro-'isioiia dry
rcsmSs and some rjorjey were lsl.ee
Ttiey alsn stole iiiimtsrr ot Lor
from Ibe tow n of Biker-r.eid. Yett-r-day
five of them wire captured in the
;irj'n mountains and taon t i It-fc
errtii Id last uiht. A U-fy i.( iei.
A t'rs.k"! Posluiaster In Traabls.
St. Ltifis Uicemtr 2t. Buxton
postmaster at Morrisonville Illinois
was arrested by a special agent thin
moruitiK for destroying mail matter
from Su i-iuis Chicago and Decatar.
Huxmn ia a iui rchant al Morrisville
as well as postmaster and said to be
well off. Tbe draft destroyed were
drawn on him by parties here and
elsewhere aud sent to Morrisonville
bauk for-collectlon. He confessed to
destroying two letters containing
drafts for Spauborst & Hochman of
ttns city. He has been taken to
r-priflgrield for examination In-fore a
t utted states commissioner.
embracing a finils-r of the b t citl
- ....... .. i.i . . ft. .4.1 . . .i . .. -
The Times' hading article is care-1 . " . " ' . .
lll.r jail - l -1 I. I W llir
distr.t oaiit t'emi iui;oin-;iet a
and bun z
lle.lratviitnrjF'a Hers Ire Iw S'rsl meals.
Boston December 24. At church
of Most Hoty Redeemer East L.istoli
a celebration was had yesterday after-
noon the occusiou being tbe comple-
tion of fifty year-i ministry of Kev.
Father James t'P'-cn who was born
eiluca'.cii end i-iiltrtd tho mini-try In
Boston having tx.cn onlaincl t;y the
rtr.it Catboiic t-ishop iti America
Aiuhi.k tbe gifts presented Fs-.tlier Fit-
ton to day were a set of vest men la
valued al live hundred dolinrs ser-
vice of K"id and two tlioui.i.d dol-
lars In money.
fully directed to allaying excitt uiect
ou eastern matters aud counteracting
the ellecl of the w ild ruiuoia. It eon-
eludes: "Xn course can be core rea
sonable and obvious than that at this '
juncture the government should desire
to consult with parliament a soon as
It cau without unnecessary iucoaveni-
iice. Whether they cuuteuiplate In-
terference or mediation or simply
means of security a gsl position or
tbe tiual settlement of the question
they cannot but feel tbe need of parlia-
mentary support. As soon a parlla
lllent Is called together wrsiis'l have
the main consider atiuii u ail side of
the great i-sue fore! lily stall and
clearly argued. The iia'.h-n ail! have
an opportunity of weighing the varl
ous courses rcoinu.eii.leil to ir. Tbe
ministry will see whether tliej can
honorably assume a they have un
the whule bad a rlitht to aasui-ie hitli-
to that they are carrying Into effect
the wishes of the country at large
both at home an I abroad we shall srr
our way in re clearly. It does no
seem nrce-ssry to look Is-yend those
plain consideration In order to under-
stand why the ministers hare decided
to summon parliament al an early
rr oul 1
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Tlie S'innr Tia are Worsted
Sam Fhancisco IH-cemlr 21. A
Tucson dispatch says nbout cue hun-
dred and tlilrty Indians camped tear
J u ii os tsnunra recently were attached
by Honor troop lowing twenty-
eeven killed aud a number wounded.
Indian casualties not stated. Tbe In-
dian .were apparently victorious a
they tripied the country of stock.
Tbeludisus have been robbing train
in 8an Kiuiun valley. Troop are in
Three Hanattsl Mifsauhsn wta a
Lynn Mass. December 24 The la-
bor trouble la this city are increasing.
The operatives In Ibe shoe manufac-
turing company of T. J. Ilallaa on
Market street slruci; to day. Tbe
strikers number foi.r hundred men
aud include the wbula of the shop's
crew. The cause of the strike Is a pro-
posed reduction of wages. The sinkers
are authorized iu their action by tbe
Crispin board of arbitrators. Tbe
strike of tbe laaters al tbe shoe manu-
factory of Keen Bros caused the w hole
shop erew numbering sevenly-flve
to lay idle. Tbe striker In this city
number three hundred.
jury tried aud ciiiv;ctvl
thriii iu tbe jail j ard. Tiie uito'ii i i
jury th. morning found avei-licttd
uutig Ly par' ii unknowu.
Keview 4 lb L4vcra"j oilwu war '
LlVKKIiKiL Iceii.ls-r ne cir
cular of the Liverpool mtii n Irokers'
ssys cott in ha tx-eu dull w - it It a lim-
ited demand w hich was fres ' ni-
ptlrd. I'tbe were somewhat Irrerii-
lr and Iu most instance Lave jr-
cl.ued. Anierlmu w as frttiy o;Ier-d
and pliers have dn-lli.t-.! Mrs bUn . !
a penny. f-ea is.ui.il w n tail .le-
mand at generally su-ady pru . I j-
tures un ler Ibe I: r'ueiice nf unj-rn r-di-u
ted lri;e rxei;-ls at Ar.eie!jp.
aul the somrwbal p-l'Njn.y apj-ei nio-
of polito-a have leii (iroued f..r sale
and allhtu;li a Veiy larifr I u.-iu -s w a-
done fruit this (Thursday) in..rnli
showed a ileciii.e of alsuit 7 :.J - o.-e
ou the week. 1 (urine the day li.e leel-
iug was more rououueed.
.r s .
f ;. i w
tlie r-; i-
Nl I 1
I y tlie I t
fire I- -11-.
I'-al r :w-
-. ke Ol a
I.llit tl- . ;
I..- II.. -'I I'
li.e I l y It r
a. elit i " i t '.
p .14 a 1 i '.
ti. v il..
lain- ' ;
of I . .
A lasrarr SSim t'arlarjr Rnri4
Stil'TII llK.I.MIll K Mas . le-eeni
ber 21. I.at riigiit Ibe Isrirs ttir.r-
story ahoa factory of il. x N.I ..jsUn-l
.V. Co a-t.a l.nrt.M.1 will. Itm . -i. i
The Vienna corr.s.!:.!-!.! of tls : ltlt.u.lllpt !.. ! UiUr w.rtn
Alltioucti all t preben.iisif ... . . .
flvehundrtd -l.leo of e-le I!li r ami
a lar-e iuiiti'y of rinl-lied an-1 partly
mads risHi. I.u-s ; s kij J.iii
One hundred hands are thrown out of
The trsabaia VOIeaa r -l I nrs Lla-
blllflra. $ IOW.OSXJ assrtls 7 OOO.
Chicacki December 22. Ellaa
Green baum filed a voluntary petition
in bankruptcy. Liabilities over $1u0-
0X) of which $1250UU is aoommxia-
tion pa)ver held by city bankers and
guaranteed by good meu. Asset
about $7000) but his personal affairs
are mixed up ilh those of tbe tirm
and their batik a say that these figures
do not properly repress m his condition.
The three brother Her.ry bsvid snd
Kliaa ire now la bsokrnpit-y and the
Gerro.au hiavtaR and Gresnbaum tk
Co.' Iw.ii ks are Iu lii'in:ation r in
the band of a receiver Tbe New
York branch Is alo closed. '
KoawMsiblllir SI Isnrsaet fi
' - . patatea. -Raw
York Deoember 22- Several
iuaoranco companies have raised tbe
question that they are not respocsihla
rbr the destruction by tbe candy factory
explosion; that tbe value of property
destroyed must be upon ft condition
alone between the explceion and the
fire which It occasioned. a theory
ha yet been advanoed lo account fur
tboesploeion. '. " "
ais Uu Watblus as a Rail rss4
' New York December 22. A Ixm.
don dispatch say tha syndicate form
ed by wealthy capitalist of London
win uudertak th construction of Um
Vandeburgh or Central nndergroond
railway of New York city.' 8b? Ed-
ward Watklua la at the head of tho
wtorpriasv . . Money to arry ou tha
srwrk ba been raised and work will
oi peraguo conspiracies ami a cimp
Cttnt at f'onstuiitinople seem t
have (lipeareil the least thing I
suflicient to revive them. This Unex-
pected apM-araue of .S ilelinau pasha
at Otistantlnople with luissl men
ha given rise to tha fear that aotne-
tliing of tbe kind Is luipendlug. In
these circumstance il t not surprl-inrr
that tlie sultan aud hi government
should seek support In parliament and
make It hre in the respono
sibllity fnt the course to be followed.
A previous dispatch sard tbe Turk-
ish parliament to whom tbe porle de
clared it Intention nf submitting the
ijiieation will oppose negotiations with
Hussia. Tbe Times' correspondence
continue: "This movement of Hulie
man pasha and other report uf the
w ithdrawal of the Turkish Add f s-css
irum about Ilasgrade stfm to indi-
cate tbat Is the quedriilateral the nee-
ry garrison baa been left to make
the best defense Ihey can. It appears
moreover that their energies will be
taxed for it Is officially anoounce I trial
General Todleheu baa been appointed
comuiaoder-ln-chlef of th Ituslchuk
army. This look a Ifthe siege of Rust-
cbuk is imminent. Likewise General
Zimmerman will probably sUe the
opportunity of advancing agaiuta 811-
estria. There is nothinc a yrt to Indicate
the destination of the bulk of the army
of the cxarowich whether an advance-
on tjhumla or to join the force at Tlr-
nova and thence advsnc acrosa tbe
Balkans. It will take some time be-
fore operation on a large scale ia pca-
Althouf-b tbe movement of troop
from Plevna in vsriou tlirectioo ba
bein ne dty tr.uxt paa bef.ire In-
ll.ie.iice ill the front i feiL Troo
necessary t-i orgsniz tho whole ur-
. bat'k ' M.i
t- l . .
tt. L ft .
The KltsnM htrtratwa aiam atswwsw-
Vn.KVuxHKt !'. Iieceintxr 21.
The miner em loyrd b- J. H. r-aw-
ysr Itivrrside aad forty . romps-
ule. who struck four wvL avo lu
allec: the removal of an ot je-t.oual4
weigh-tnaster resumed wo k today. '--sre
The company made no cot.t i iinn. - !
. " ler.li'.fl k .
Xl YoKK Iles-emls-r Ivoei.a
increase two and a i-Jartrr tnilbcua : ! .
spscie li.eresoe one tuiii.i-u ; lei .
irnders drrrrase one and a La.f Cjil-
llou : deposits' drcreaar oiie miili -n ;
re-erve dK-rrme one ai.d ft-itl.th
atale avrwa sserrsui Sir lln
Naw YuaK Is-o-mls-r 22. A Man
Antonio Jlalh ol yesterday sail Is
Mated on good u(b.n-fty that lu l ot. .
....... . IbaHI-tiK
lel Mate troop will t-ur-nr ranker..
. . . . rat -y r-"r
on fresh trails across the Uta Gran Is ' .
... ' rtilrtsd ti e .'. ...
when tbey ran rr at a point ber ...
. .... Ural All-. i
luei mjw no Mexican irnoj-.
""I I kr Wlrtlar aMIswaur-
Mo.vtuf.au Ilroembrr 2i The
workmen on -ctlon No. of il i
fchlsn s.n I wlin I. tntH.. I
cootinued Wis a struck to-day for ll-e
me term a their rolaUtrrrs.
-The Oil and H ap
failed. Uabllltie rfVJ. -
lii -r-. - a
w I t
! J 1. - a . t
. writ .f ' .
1 1 -
. ! a-t-d a- -
las tSlp.w.) Mwsrsiaa of
gebrlal t i.
day Iu Jar..
- - . . . i
tiiKK len.oer sj. llieras l Imsh wav i
of H.mtlel J. 11' lrr in tle I urTr-l ' Mivm:- t
Hlats? district cuit w 3 sli'i.rs o. 1 W -u. t i
sppl.ca'ioii of IL der. :i tart's rvui-sel -
p'y aerviix-s for rnaoy milt tuuit b I Juuary A.
pushed to tbe front Tbl is nut ao
easy a catering to tha same tronpa
when at Plevna where (tore had been
amassed sufficient to last for moo tha.
According to tbe latest accouuta the
successive appear no of snow rain
frost and thaw bad very much broken
up the roads.
A Kt Petersburg dispmlcb says the
Galon publishes an article upon tha
early meeting of tho British parlia-
mrut aad tha possible measures to be
presented by tha English cabiuet. Tbe
article declare the Kuasiana may await
wiirjoavt antlety the result of thla po-
litical efavodo an'd may quietly con-
tinue the work aha begun. In tb Arm
eonviatioo that British irtrlgu
will la bo way hinder tha triumph or
. Lokoojc Decern ber Si. The Time
fwrrsapoevwent at Buebareat telrg-apba
that tha alio storm which coaomeneed
on Um 18th in Bulgaria and Uoumsr
U K uuuMiaily aovar. vn4 a b
f i. ... ....
luvnrw uiuiiuu .aiural Iflslory; j 4 Lis . -
in Caatral park wa furmaliy oivbrd .
by President Hayea. - . "
I Nw V ... t-
lMS.W.tW.tlt "-.!. Bt.s.r -
Bcarrox Msa. Dt-c-rubr 22. Tbs aru-1 tark. i-
operaUvaa in tha shoeshnp of John j trxm rooia" :
Shaw A Bros. Jnw. Isti-tiuets audita- tt..-
nutnberiug over one Lundml tiak ' Uiu s - .
to-day. Great dissatlsfi-tioii tiati iu
Saw Ilavts IvcemberiL Yejtt-
day another policy luddrr at piled to
tho probata o.rt for tb appolatmeut
of a t-utea f. lb Naticma fa..tal i
Inauraoee evmpany of Warhlut u. j
kkt Vk. ..
Attin d a. .
ft. Ill ?v . .
t Carol i s v i .
avrair ml Svs in -
IVl .H I ev.. ' .
24.-11 P. Part. .
Parrot tua iliei
rsa tswtity at aisaslowsnier. sptiag Uiia auraria-
BuHTujrpsMaamlMw 4. llrnry Tur- ' rrl TWs ..s-i a
key on triad fur th aourtVr of hi
brotbs-r (sirasoa Turkey waa found I Saw Vxak t
guilty ol bs anal augh ler iit tb tirst da
(raw. aad tentwncaw to t wanly years fa
eVaburai priaoav "
peeled lo have at .-
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