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Joshua U. Lutincott head of iho
Philadelphia book publishing lioitso of
J. D. Llnuincott & Co. died recently.
Tiik nntninl rcntnl of tlio pows In
Henry Ward Ilccclicr's church In
llrooklyn ronlizcd $27198 $073 loss
thtui Inst year.
Mn. U'mxzvx ono of Kiel's lawyers
Intends Inking clinrgo of Iho dead
rebel's son mid having him educated
at Laval University Montreal.
A NOBLEMAN rinillcd MnliiiUHinmir.
has been convicted nt Oriesstrof NIMl-H
mm ami sentenced to bo hanged.
Tlio trial was conducted secretly.
.AinitONV M. KeilBY. Who received
appointments of Minister Jo Italy
iiiiHiiiurims neon admitted to
ns an nttoincy and counselor
i tlio courts of tlio Statu of
ng of the National Lcacue
uiniofelJia fith. tho'terriblo
people on thowjaU
oral meiiifflWfflatfo' nfidreMt Tlcplor-
ing tho condition of rtflitlrs and at-
tributing it mainly to evictions.
Tub olllccrs of tho Shtty-fiflli Ilcgl-
nicnt (French) of Montreal havo np-pttwl-ioJjavcMlicirhMCnllon
to fivo hundred and n movement Is In
progress for tho raising of two addi-
tional battalions of French troops of
equal strength to tlio Sixty-Ilfth.
A Tonrniio recently bioko looso from
Its moorings on tho coast of Tripoli
and was reported floating about some-
where In tho Mediterranean Sea. Tho
Government o'i Tripoli has been guard-
ing tho coast with torpedoes in viow
of tho possibility of nn Italian Inva-
sion. At Ilaltlmoro rccontly Mnlo George
W. IJrown of tho brig O. II. Stlllmnn
pleaded guilty to tho charge of having
scuttled that vessel in nild-occaii.whllo
on a voyage from Charleston S. C to
TnmatOH. Ho was not sentenced.
lrovn will bo used ns a vvllnuas against
Captain James Urothorton Indicted on
tho amo charge. Tho penalty attnehed
to tho crimo is death.
It was rccontly rumored that Iho
Atchison Topckn & Santa Fewas med-
itating tlicpurohasoof tho South I'aclllc
Coast Itailroad and that tho Southern
TacKIc Company had matlo a projiosl-
Hon to tho Atchison whereby that
'road if it chooses can linvo Joint con-
trol of tho Southern 'Pacitio on advan-
tageous terms. This offer is said to bo
under consideration by tho Atchison
nion Aniiiiews in tho Supremo
tl at Now York tho other day.
a decision continuing on injuue-
LslugibpIrjicnl - Maiiml
I'"MiS ' W-JW";' NUWffifHJ'SPuopi
aTiomJS ffonu jntrnuiiHifn In thti
union. Mr. IJiomas was threatened
with expulsion liccauso ho employed
Ja musician wiio was not a member of
A ItKOENT disnatclt from Pittalitireh.
o. says: Stool rails continue to meet
with a steady domand. at thirty-tivo
dollars to tlilrty-iivo dollars and lifty
cents for heavy sections cash nt mill.
It is expected that tho demand this
yonr will bo sufllolcnt to absorb the en-
tiro production of nil tho mills. Tho
mills aro sold jtjycrnl months ahead
but is bellowed by thoso who aro well
TnfewKid that prlcas will not go much
A nil.l. wus introduced in tlio Chero-
kee Council at Vinlta recently to
mako It n penal odunsu to skin dead
cattlo belonging to others. Tho pur-
pose sought in tho passage of tho lnw
was for tho protection of stockmen.
Thoru was a universal belief among
stockmen of tho Indian country Hint
in no small number of cases tho rnngo
was burned by worthless parties for
tlio oxprcsa purpose of starving to
donth tlio cattlo owned by their neigh-
bors. Thus Iho "cow-skinner" ns ho
Is termed profits by tho cattleman'
Tun dam ncrosw tho Wabash Creek
at Itcovesdalc near Tniuaipia Pa.
burst tho other morning. A passenger
train fipm Poltsvlllo was Just opposite
Tito tlani when it broke. Tho back-wn-
struck tho Airs and urn into tho
vcjiiirs under them causiui; a vast vol-
tihio of stenm to ailso nnd ottvlopo
tlio'cntiic- train Tho passrijRQtp(ixt9
raufh frightened Tfio tog&l; RA
or. escaped Iho flooiJiinHSit1 d ilie
tn'n nJly:.iurquwl tho "MUm-Tum
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ssu t couy
iiwa rtit of 10 (. I
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NEWS OF THE WEEK.
Qlonuod by Tolcurnph and Moil
Tne Bcnato met promptly at noon on tie
lilh when the credential! of John W. Daniel
Senator-elect from Virginia wero presented
aim men. Ainonir mo bills Introduced were!
To give tho rlttht of trlnl by Jury tn claim'
Allls lor nensinti u inin ntti
been rejoclcd by tho Bccrcfar;
or mo in'
lenoi'i to racllltalo promotions In tho nrmyi
to incroiKu tho ponsloii for tlio loss of bolh
arms or both Icks. or Iho (iRhtot both t rc.
nr other In luik'i rontltmir In total hi'lnlm-
ne;i lo.ubiiliulo .liver dollars Iniilavo of
iilil I coin i m currency Inthoeavcral rcucrro
lanaa held in the treasury. Mr Inpallslntro-
iliirnl n lull tn c.tnljllnli a Nntlomil Unlvcr'
JHy In tho t).lrlct of Columbln. nnd Mr.
Jltimb-n-bllJ. ictiuitliiz tho rlirht of wny
jhrdUKlitliolniilnn'Jcrrltory td'th Knns
V.'tr. 1 ort Scott & Oulf llalltray Comiinny.
Mrlvnn Wyck offered a resolution which
woanitrccd to dlicotiiiK the Committee on
Education nnd Inbor to Inqulro hoir
iniOiy imurs of labor pvr day wore ex-
retted or men and boy In tho cmplcyof
trrct ear nnd other corporations In thnl)l-
trlcinrtltrmbta. Aflaciuecutlro e.ilon
ndjoiirnejd. Intholtoiiio tho rioarTrel1.
dentlal bl'l nnd the 8enlo resolution propoi.
Inir certain Joint rules worn referred to tho
pproprlato commlltcei. Contrary to iron-
oral oxpcciatiiiii tho committee wero nol an-
nounced nnd the Speaker immediately pro-
ceeded to call the Slates for tlio Introduction
of lillls when about Nl bill wernlnirodiired
"wlyst tho call by States commenced bernro
Iho holiday rrecs wan not completed. Mr.
Lahd of Ncbnukn.ntTenjd a iol
n'onlnir lhi l1 ;nt to caltoui two yol
uuicrrr rffHIinviu. in caTfllf
tAfMS Of ADW &lnlfn untt A
In he Yerrl
llilcd nnd olllccroil from cltlzcnsof sich Ter-
ritories for the suppression of Indian host II.
tlcst nisei n bill ileclnrliiK forfeited lands
(.rnnted to railroads on wh.chtliocostor sur-
cylnn nnd cnmeyliur has not been pa di al-
so to prevent tho ncftilitlon of properly by
aliens. Without completing Iho call of Blstcs
tho Ilouso adjourned.
In tho b'enato on tlio dtli Mr. Hoar Intro-
duced n bill flJlnir tho tlmo for tho meeting
of Consress In I'M nnd tvtry second jcar
thorendor on tho nrat Monday In October
and In Istrj nnd every secoml cor thereafter
on tho second Monday In November. Sena.
tpr Heck's resolution f Inquiry rrtrardlnir
the parment of customs Ouiles In coin was
then cnlleil up and debated when it was la d
nsldo and tho Utah bill cainn up and nfisr
some dlictits'on went'oier. Mr. Illnli from
tho Committee on lMuentlon and tabor
renorlcd favorably n bill to a'd In the
estabhthment of common schools tho
same as the bin ihnt t..it..i hn
Hcnato last Congress. Adjourned . . In
tho Homo iho call of Slates for the introduc-
tion of bills and resolutions was risumcd
and continued all day. NO bills being Intro-
iluced When tho State of Totaswas called
Mr. Mills Introduced a bill directing tlio Sec-
retary of the Treasury to call MU.OJU.000 thrca
per cent. bond and pay them In coin of
standard vnluo ns Is specified in said bonds.
Ileruro the conclusion of the call the Ilouso
lit tho Senate on tho Ttb a resolution of
fcred by Mr. Mandrson calling on tho Socro
laryottho Interior for certain Informatlou
In rexnrd toNcbraskn lands nnd whether It
wus adv sablo to dlsconunuo tho ulllco of
Buncynr ilcncrnl was acrectl to. Mr. In-
KalU Intrml tired a bill to lucrraso tho ntte of
lion. Ion rnr tho total disability of persons
who held tho rank of Orderly Ecrireant or
I irst Erriroarit In tho Into war from t to Jl
a lionth and that for Increased d lability to
Iho rnto now allowed Second l.tcutenants.
Al two o'clock tho ttah bill oainii up
nud n lengthy debate ensiinl. Without
conduct. ny tho couslderat on of tho
bill tha Sensto adjourned . tn tho
Homo tlio cull of Slates wus lesumed. Mr
Anderson or Kansas. Introduced a bill to
provlilornr tho ndjustmrnt of Iind xranti
mado by (Jonnress lo aid in tho construction
of radrnads In Kansas nnd for tho forrclttiro
or unearned lands: also to prevent tho snlo
or iho l'ae.flo Ilallroads befoto rcrtaln
United Stales bonls with tnlcritt shall nnro
been fully pnidi also to prevent unjust dls-
cr.mlnatit.n by railroad companies nnd tn
subject them to tho control of tho States.
At the conclusion of the rati tho Speaker nn-
nourced his couimlltco Hppolntmcnti nud
the Ilouso adjourned until Monday.
In the rjennte tlio ftli Mr Uustis ofTereil
a concunent resolution thnt In tho opin-
ion or Congress tho Jlo.OJO.WJ of bonds called
In to bo paid I'cbruary ) sm) should bo paid
In silver dollars such payment bclnir In
str.ct compllnnco with the oilrtlnir law and
InnMot tboniisnclal policy established by
tho IvulslatlonotL'ntiKicss. Tho rosolutloti
n. 'iliobcuiitntbcn nrocceded to
ration of Irlllsnntlin rfllmiitnr.
II wns taken up and Its consider-
ed ed with. Alter debato tho bill
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F W .HJP . AIIU Cl'liniU 1IUII
intll Monday. . Iho Houio was
I'KILStlNAr. ANO I'OLITIOAL.
Micinr.i. IHvirr lias promised to visit
Wnlos In Felirnary for tho puroso of nsslst-
iiiRln an agrarian agitation nnil aiding In
tho fonnntion of a Welsh Land League.
HexAToit Haiiim Ins becomo responsible
for n secuiity debt of tS300O.
Jons Hiiciiuax rcccircd the unanimous
nomination for Senator in the Republican
caucus of tlio Ohio Legislature bold nt
Columbus on the Ttb.
Ho.w 1)b.mauix Conlct died nt Atlanta
On. suddenly on tlio lOtb. Ua acted as
(loTeruor after Governor Ilulloclc led tlio
Btate and nftenvnrds served as post-
A ssNsmoM wns crcateil in St. Lonls
and Kansas City on tlio 10th by the sul-
cldo of Ilov. 11. I). Jnrdino tho deposed
priest of tit. Mark's Kansas City episco-
pal Church. It wns supposed that bo took
morphine sutllclcnt to cnuso bisdenlli bo
being ailillctcd to that habit. Ho ms
staying nitb tbo Hot. Dr. Uetts of St
Louts at tbo time.
GruiioK O. JIu.s tho actor wasnssnulted
tbo other night at Carbomlale I'n. by Jinn-a-cr
U'llcnm of O'Henrn's Opera House
and toius of bis friends. Tbo assault grow
out of rcntliig'nuotlier opera house.
Tub new French Cabinet Is ns follows:
President of the Council nnd Minister of
Foreign Affairs De Freyclnet; Minister of
the Interior Harden; Minister of Com-
merce Lockroy; Minister of Finance
HndlCaenot; Minister of PuMIo Instruc-
tion Uoblot; Minister ot Justlco Do Mnlo;
Minister of Agriculture l)e Vlllo; Min-
ister of War Central Doulangor; Minister
of tho Marino ami tho Colonies Aubcri
Minister ot Public WorLs Jlnthaut; Min-
ister of Ports and Telegraphs tirantt.
A motion wns filed In Topcka on tho Ttb
In tbo Huperior Court against tho Atchi-
son Topekn & Santa Ko Itailroad asking
tbo court to restrain tho payment ot
uinaaimc anu ajiaug jmjm
appointment oi a roiTer. "iUff twwnti UipaHtSSd. to a considerable dls.
was luiugatea oy uetroltshnrr.
ras fellow to tbo oueJwaMwrjnrugbt t
restrain 4h pnynseat of Interest on the
bonds ot the Honors Itailroad.
1TB ou the afternoon ot tbo IHh during
ftavy snow slot m tho front and mid-
part of tho largo fourttory warehouse
PI il li y II V Torw ood & Co Trabuo
nud .' IL Ilalmsforth & Co at Louis-
tt 11) ill cotton and commission iner-
itv nil siniucniy otrturnliig a stovo
I Starting u dostructlve fire. Mavor M.
H. Wright manager and J. D. Ilalmsforth
jiw of tlio pruPrlUif was killed under tbo
)mas Tho loss-Sifouutcd to 1 11000); In-
JuuflM Tin iiwaSMios rendered a decision
ISssjunipIie in tbe arbitration between the
.stMra'ors and miners oi coat in umo. no
ia ttie amount asked for by tho miners. Tbe
wrat irs wanted to pay IKty cents.
c opening of tho American exhibition
London has been postponed to May
SV pisrAlcil from Denver of tbo Stlt stated
Rlf NII.KIHIII HSU IfRIUPI CI1 IM
' east loiUwo days. The weather was
derating and the blockade would be
faa nichmond (Va.) Whig which sus-
Ided publication Dscembr 3S has been
(uc ior ousj uy Abuor Aiiueison ami
A W. V mrJIiKanflwi l be Mart) .
r iKttuHy mm
kwu a "Wri kati
Till! night of January Ttb was remark-
ablo throughout tbo Missouri Valley for in-
ienso coldness and a nipping wind.
Fivk ot tlio seventeen factories In the
Kow York cigar manufacturers' combina-
tion wero opened recently at reduced fates
TnciiB wero 209 failures In the United
States reported to BraditrttV during tbe
week ended January 7 against 297 In the
preceding neck and 4 U 315 S53nndlS31n
tlio corresponding veeks of 1833 respec-
tively About 8! per cent wero those of
small '.filers whose capital was less than
Tne Ht James Hotel at Datarla N. Y.
was destroyed by (Ire recently. Two men
Jumped from tho fouitb story window and
cro badly Injured. Tbo loss u as f. 10000.
It was rumored In army circles at Wash
hUttM) JMi ibe President would rccom-
mend to Coii?asVthifrhsa
tborlslng lilm to fill tbo off j
t Judge Ad-
Tuumo ucncrai 01 too
Bwnlm who formerly bcl
it ofllce was
sentenced by coutt marlia
for twelve years; nt the ci
f that period
lie rtll nesplaeoit iia lite r
President was not certalu about tils legal
right to fill tho olllco without an act of
Tiik Legislative Commltteo appointed to
investigate tbe result of the recent election
in Hamilton County (Cincinnati) opened
JUjJellbcrallons on the 8tb. Over fifty
wlftissscs t cro summoned.
' Au. tbo mules in tho Trrston mines at
Ashland Pa numbering thirty-sir wero
drowned recently. Tbo water gained on
the pumps so rapidly that the animals
could not bo rescued.
Tun rcstdenco of Leonard Doollttlo at
Avon III. wns burned the other day. Alt
tho family escaped except Mr. Doolittle
who went back In the burning dwelling to
savosomo valuables and perished In tbo
Majou Walsh formerly an oltlcer In
command ot tlio Canadian Northwest
Mounted Police expresses the opinion thnt
If tbo Indians aro not disarmed and dis-
mounted there will bo further serious
AvntiCAN funds weto reported depressed
In Loudon on the Dili owing to tho Intro-
duction of tho Joint resolution In tho United
States by Mr. Eustis providing for tho
payment In sliver dollars ot the $10000000
bonds embraced In Mr. Manning's recent
Genkiiai. rMEKDEUOAST commander ot
the Ilritish forces In Uurtnab telegraphed
recently from Ilhatno that all wss quiet
It was reported that four persons per-
ished during the Into blizzard In Sherman
Tun clearing bouso returns for wcok
ended January !) showed an avcrago in-
crease ot li.'.7 compared with tbe corre-
sponding week of last year. In Now York
tho Increase w ns 337.
It Is stated upon good authority that
several Scotch nnd Irish peers both Con-
servative nnd Liberal will support tbo
motion of tho Karl of Kllmoro in favor ot
tbo abolition of tbe ofllco of Lord Lieuten-
ant of Ireland.
The galo of the IHh along the Atlantic
coast was very destructive. Many vessels
wero driven anhoro between Now Jersey
and Malno and lives were lost.
On- tho Louisiana & Kasbvllle Itailroad
at tbo bridgo over Tllnt Itlver near Wit-
blto's Station Morgnn County Ala. on
tbo Uth two sections ot n north bound
freight train telescoped. Two of tho hands
wero killed anil ono fatally Injured.
ATATALdlscaso has mado Its appearance
among tbo milch cows iu many of tho
counties of Central Illinois which is at-
tributed to tho eating of mouldy and rotten
corn which tanners left In tho fields. Tho
animals when first attacked aro seised
with dixzlncM nnd fall down many of them
Kaiii.y tbo other morning a terrible col-
lision occurred on tbo Wilmington &
Northern ltoad near Wilmington Del. In
which three men wero killed.
At noon tho other day n skilTraan vthllo
bringing six mu from the Arkansas side
of the river got Ids boat entangled among
some coal barges Just bolow Memphis and
rnpslzed. l'lro of tho meri were drowned.
They bnd been working on the Mexico &
Little. Hock Hallway.
Oxe hundred persons were Immersed by
the loe In Regent's Park London giving
wny recently. Tbo wntcr being shallow
they nil escaped.
TllE mill buildinrrs at ICrnilnftnn Phil..
rtftlsntitfa lsi m Ida . a. I li a l
vsIUiH "Mwnii u tuusiiriuv auu jiemij
mills wero destroyed by flro tho other
morning. Tbo names spread to other build-
ings the loss amounting to $1000000; in-
sured. ADDITIONAr. DtKI'ATfinKS.
A. M. IIioeiaiw & Co. wholesale leather
dealers of Jiostou failed on tbo 11th for
nearly i"!000tXM dragging with It tbo firm
of J. A. & O L. Hoberts. Tbe Cheshlro
Tanning Company of Keene N. II. also
failed as a result of tbe failure of A. W.
Ulgclow t Co.
The Senate on the lltb bad the bill to
Increase the efllolency of tho army un-
der discussion. The Seuate was In exec-
utive session a considerable time. Tbe
House continued the call of States for bills
which produced U6Q for the day making a
total of nearly 4000.
A Totixo mall carrier named Morris was
killed recently near Clarksville Ark. by
Rotting entangled with bis horse when it
took fright. He was dragged somo dis-
tance until bis bead struck a tree.
Advices received from Spain slate that
rebels seized Fort St. Julian In Cartbsgena
and wounded tho military Governor. The
commotion attracted tho attention ot
troops In tbe vicinity and on their ap
proach the rebels ned
Tiik Kuxnualmmifi Rlrer rm rnoHvl
c6rUtfrjiK a point three miles south ot
toheeWrtluarii water was backed up Into
tha taifll anil U cellars and basements In
tbo lower )rttOn were filled to the depth
of several fet
Tunxn Missouri Pacific section bands
were killed tho other night cue mile west
ot Independence by a west-bound train.
Une of tbe men wasnppnrcntly Intoxicated
and was being helped along the track by
tbe two others when the accident happened.
The Kinperor ot Germany bas signed the
spirits monopoly bill and it will be submit-
ted to the Ilundcsrath.
The Ilritish steamor Hilton Castle Cap-
tain Colvin fiom Now York January V
for Hotian France foundered fifteen miles
south ot Fire Island N. Y. tbe other morn-
ing. Senator Fnrri has Introduced a bill for
the relict of the American merchant mar-
ine. It repeals statutes requiring the pay-
ment ot fees for marine documents certifi-
cates etc and provides that collectors
whose duty It Is to furnish these papers
shall be paid by tho United States.
Au. tbe Chinese workmen employed by
the Pioneer the Sacramento and lbocnlx
flour mills the Capital wooleu mills and
the American laundry at Sacramento Cal.
were discharged the other day Three
hundred whit men will be employed In
Jauej Wausi kt sged foi ty is In Jail at
Mattoon.Iil Ssvrn onien clotm him for
fHt Hnti tost kfc fauar4
0 City T.i )MBr by U bitot
rtt Mitred to dtlh in eoMvt M Te i
way sjiui urn mior uroti'tw 'wpra ri'
rtev. If. D. Jardlne I.ate Rertor of fit
Mary's Clinrrh at Kansas City Kills Him-
self In the Witry of a Church nt fit Lauls
St. Louis January 11. Quito a sensa-
tion was produced when Into lost night tho
coroner announced that tho Itev. II. D. Jsr-
nine who wns somo weeks sgo conlcted
beforo n ecclesiastical court at Kansss
City had committed suicide here. It ap-
pears tlist Mr. Jardlnc since Ills nrtlvnl
hero somo ditjs nco to consult with Ids at-
torney regarding lilt use has been lodging
tn tho vestry room ot Trinity Church o(
which Father Hctts Is tlio rector. Satur-
day evening Mr. J.itdlno and Ids attorney
Mr. Harrison and Father Pctls had a pro-
longed conferenco In tho vestry room dur-
ing whrcHTrF.'TTalfRoir "Yrrjr-dccidedly-expressed
tho opinion that llljliop ItoU-
orison would not grant Mr. Jar-
(lino a rehearing of bis case. This
had somo effect upon Mr. Jsnllne and
howaiilICJlCil.clonsIderRl)lo feeling repeat
mimMnUerUo ttti rfedit of the vefal funds he'd In So 'me Oo" ST32i II T. ml fl.?o bVe re-
cdly declaring lCTnoce..coofnne'crmTOthT''J'ri'as.y for the MrteinrrflteW
for which ho bad been tiled and tho justice
ot bis demand for a now trial but when
Father Ilelts ml Mr. Harrison left about
ono o'clock yesterday morning. It was with .
out thought that Mr. Jardlno was seriously
dlstutbcd. When Father fietts anived at
tho church early jestcrdny morning be
observed Mr. Jardlno still In bed but did
not dlstuib lilm. and went on with Ids early
services. Later tlio scxlon of tho church
went to tho vestry room to wnko Mr. Jar-
dlno nnd found him In a deep sloep ami
breathing licnvlly. Ho Immediately called
Deacon Djcr ass'stant to Father Hctts
who on entering Iho tonni detected chloro-
form and sent for phjslclans. On tho
arrival of tbo doctors they discovered
that Mr. Jarr'Ine bad taken chloroform nnd
liiiic(ila-.y adopted vigorous measures to
reswro lilm but after thrco hours' continu-
ous effort they were obliged to aunounco
that the reverend gentleman was dead.
Tho Coroner was notified and nflcr bearing
all obtnlnsblo testimony a verdict ot sul-
rldo by chloroform was rendered. Tlio
body was prepared for butlal and now lies
In the vestry room. It will bo taken to
Kansas City for Interment. Tho fact of
thosulcldo wns known to but few dutlnz
tho day ud received no public nnnounco-
ment until tbe Coionir reported tbo caso
late Inst night. Tlio casa Is likely to croato
a great sensation in church circles.
THE SKWS AT KANSAS CITV.
Kansas City Mo. January ll. Tho
news ot Mr. Jnrdlnr's death was first re
eclred in this city Ihrouclt a telegram sent
bj Mr. John Harrison Mr. Joidlno's attor-
ney In St. Louis to Mr. J. Udw.trd 1.0 wis.
ouo ot Mr. Jardlno s voslrjnicn a nldit
operator at tho Western Union ofllco. Tlio
telegram simply stated that Mr. Jardlne
died suddenly yesterday mcnilng and re-
quested that tho other members of bis ves
try bo notified. Tha telegram was received
about sovrn o'clock last night and the
news nt onco spread through tbo cltv. A
meeting ot tho vest ry nt St. Mary's patUli
was held at tho church yesterday alter
noon beforo tho Intelligence ot Mr.
Jardlno a ucatu lirul been received
presumably In anticipation of cen
tenco being pronounced upon Javdlno by
Hishop I'obcttcon. Tbo vestry refused to
Kivo any Information regarding their pro
cecdtngs St Mary's Church Isst evening
was datk nud silent To a rrpotlcrwho
called the person that resided Micro du
rllncd t cry brusquely to gito snv Informs
lion rcgardluz Mr. Jardina's demise bejond
Iho mcro fact that a telegram announcing
jus ucatu nau uccti received. At All Saints'
hospital a few members ot tho conrreiratlon
iratlioted and mingled their tears over the
sou news i nor however declined to give
Any Information of which thoy wero In pos-
(session. Members of the vestry also re-
fused to talk. It Is understood how over
that a commltteo of tho vestry will go to
St Louis to-day. Tbo reporter could not
nsrvttsln whether tho funeral would take
idie tn this city or elsewhere.
Mr. Jardlno's career In this city has been
written and rowtltten a dozen times. Ills
rectorship nt St Mao's Church began
about six years ago and for a time thcte
were no serious disturbances In tho pnljh
nnd Mr Jardlno was apparently satisfac-
tory to bis parishioners. Trouble began
during tlio summer ot 1SS1 when Mr. Jar-
line's resignation was demanded by Messrs.
Sherlock nnd Shea as well ns other mem-
bers of the sestry. It was generally un-
derstood nt that tlmo that tho resignation
was asked chiefly on account of certain rit-
ualistic practices to which Mr. Jatdlao was
addicted. Mr. Jardlno declined to resign
and soon afterwards secured a majority In
tho vestry which rendered bis position safe.
I Mr. John McDonald was then elected a
member of tho vestry through tho efforts
of the minority but his election was tie-
clared to bo Illegal by Mr. Jardlno mid
bo was disqualified. From that tlma nn
Mr. Jardlne lias figured prominently In the
newspapers. Charges ngalust bis moral
character were mado by bis opponents and
tlio Times for publishing certain Insinu-
ations against Mr. Jnrdlno'a character was
sued for libel but tlio suit was subsequently
dismissed. In December 1831 Ulshnp
ltobcrtson appoiutcd a commission to In-
vestigate tho charges against tho rector ot
St. Mary's but tho commission did not cou-
Mdci mm liable to presentment for trial
Then Mr. John Shea Issued a pa hlct
"Truth vs. Janllur" In which bo charged
Mr. Jardlne Willi cross Immoralities. Mr.
Sboa was arrested and prosecuted for crim-
inal libel but was acquitted tho Jury hold-
ing that tbo charges made against Mr. Jar-
dlno were sustained by evidence. In the
mcantlroo the fart that Mr. Jardlno bad
served a term In tlio Monroo peniten-
tiary was published. This publication Is
thought to have prejudice bis caso In the
courts. Mr. Jardlno resigned but tlio ves-
try refused to accept his resignation. It was
about this tlmo that bis addiction to tho
chloroform habit became known. In vlxtv
of all tho charges made against him and tho
fact that a Jury bsd refused to convict the
man who rusdo them ot libel tho other
Episcopal elergjmen of the city deemed It
their duly to present Mr. Jardlne for trial
before an ecclesiastical court After a four
weeks' session ho was found gtllty on
Wednesday October 7. Mr Janiluo ap-
pealed Ids e t to tha Illsbop asking for a
new trial on January 6 Hishop ltobcrtson
rendered his decision refusing the applica-
tion. Mr. Jardlno left this city fur St
I.011IS that night and remained there until
lbs lima nt bis death.
A writer in n prominent British
medical Journal says the popular b:l!of
that beef-toa contains thu strength of
tlio beot Is a terrible error and that it
has no food value whatever bulujr. only
stimulant. Tho people who havo
(opposed tholr lives bad been saved by
the use ot the to.i and tho physicians
who have prescribed it forthousaudt of
patients with apparently satbtnetory
result' will doubtless lo very much
surprised to learn this. Chicago Cur-
It Isstato.l that many ot tho eronn
jowtli stolen from the royal armory at
Tttrlu last August bav found their way
to this country. 'J hey compnso the
cio it valuable of tho heirlooms of thu
homo of Savoy bolujr worth over 3100-
000. Uoalors In Jewels in the United
fctatot hr.vo been requested to looic out
Previous to 1835 all tho lxat glovni
iivme to America from Fraueo and
(Jortimny tho former country
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Eenator Morgan's HIIkt Hilt mid Senator
Ingnll's National University Hill.
Wasiiisoto.t January 0 Among tbe
bills inlioduced In the Senate yesterday was
one by Senator Morgan providing for the
substitution of silver dollars In part In tlio
plaeo of gold coin nud currency In several
of tho tescrved fundi hold In tho Treasury.
It requires the Secretary to place to tho
credit of tho rcscrvo fund S 100.000.000 of
gold coin now held In tint Tn-asnry for tha
asnry ior tno
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redemption ot tlio legal tem
Mates notes not to exem-d SMl.000
000 In standard stlirr ilo.'l.tis nun In
Hid Treasury or that shall coma Into tlm
Treasury in tho otccss of Ilia amount re-
quited for the redemption of silver certifi-
cate. Such silver dollar shall bo so im
plied to the rescrvo fund from tlmo to tlmo
until tlio sum shall bo S.10.000.030. and as
WtrerryllsvlollarTvwlwed)-H'thrt'f nnd f
nn enual sum or goiu com not in exceed
wuuvouou. snail no willulinwii from tho
resetVo fund and covered Into the Treasury.
It a'sd requires that tho Secretary of the
Treasury place surli rldil 'txl silver dollars
lo trie credit ot tlio s vera! funds bo'd In
notes of National banks that havo failed
or aro In process nf liquidation and tho tiro
per cunt redemption fund of tho National
banks to the extent of halt of such ot tlio
several fends as thcte shall bo any tlma
held In the Treasury. Tlio Secretary of Iho
Treasury Is required from lime to time to
withdraw from such funds and cover Into
the Treasury an amount of United Slates
legal tender notes or National bink notes
evial to the amount of silver dollars to
th jmslted by hint to the credit ot tho fund.
WAtiuixuTorf Jannary 0. Anion; the
bills Introduced In IhoScnatuicsterdny was
one by Mr. Ingalls providing for au appro-
priation of $500000 for tlio establishment of
a National University In the 1) strict ol
Columbia. Tho Treasurer of tho United
S'aimt t to bo Trrasurvr ot Uio University.
Nn cludr for Instruction sectarian In rcll-
g on or partisan In politics Is to bo main-
tained and no sectarian or pattisan test Is
to bo allowed In selecting olllccrs or profes-
sors. Chairs or faculties inny bo endowed
by gift bequest etc. 'but no amount lets
than $100000 Ls to bo considered an en-
dowment. Instruction Is to bo as neatly
free at Is consistent with the Income and
no person Is to be admitted for regular
study nnd graduation who has not pre-
viously received tlio deg" e nf bachelor ot
art or a degree of equal value from some
recognized institution states ami Teirl
torlcs shall bo entitled lo scholarship In the
ratio ot one for ecch ltepresentatiro or dele-
gate and two for each Senator. These
scholarships shall secure free Instruction
for fivi- years. Tlie Governor of eaeb State
shall nominate candidates for life soliolar-
sirps and each State Secretary shall be on
titled to ono life scholarship. Two classes
ot fellowships aro established ono open to
tlio compeltllnti ot tha graduates best ac-
quitting themselves and tha other open tn
icarncu inenoi nil nations wuo navo uict Iteu
THE SANTA FE ROAD.
It Absorb! Other Lines In Kansas Worts
Commenced on New l.stcnstons.
IloTr. Mass January C Tin Atchi
son Tnpeka & Santa Fe Itailroad Directors
met this morning and declared the unal
dividend ot l'f percent payable February
15. The company has issued a circular
nntll) lug tho stockholders that ccrtsln new
Hues in the state of Kansas have been aC'
qtilied which the managers belluro will be
self-sustaliiing from tlio start. Tho total
mileage which it proposes to con
struct work on somo of tho roads
having been commenced already. Is
about t&O miles and the estimated
cost is 0300009 towanl which tlicro will
bu local aid to tlio extent of STCO.000.
leaving ?.GOO000 lo be provided. Tbe
Atchison Tnpeka ACanu Fo Company has
agreed to construct and equip about 450
miles of the Chicago Kansas & Western
Itailroad on cert'!.cv.-dtlon. Tho direc-
tors havo doclded Ui offer the first morlgago
and Income bonds ot tbo Chicago
Kansas & Western to tlio stock-
holders In blocks ot 51000 cadi.
All subscriptions must bo received at
the olllco of the company in this city before
January 23. For eaeli SI. 000 cath the
Atchison Company will deliver Sl.OOOof the
first mortgage fivo per cent gold bonds ot
tbo Clilcsgo Kausas & Western Itailroad
Company having forty Sears to run. Inter-
est pa able ba.f yearly principal and
Interest being guaranteed by the
Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe Itailroad
Company and WOO of the same company's
currency 0 pzr cent Income bonds baring
forty years to run.
AN EASTERN PLOOD.
instructive flood In VcnntjlvnuU Great
Loss of Troprrty.
EjirouiUM Pa. January 0. Yesterday's
flood In the valley reached JU greatest
height about mldnlgbr. To save their lives
families iu many cases were obliged to Icavu
their homes with barely sufficient clothing
to cover tueir nakedness. Ait houses dl
rrctiy along tho banks ot the river were
swept uway by the rustling waters along
witii mo togs auu ueons. near lieuovo
and about five rules west of Young Wom-
an's Creek tho largo wooden bridge recently
built across tho west branch of theSusque-
uautia was completely swept away. At this
b'i'ir thero sro no evidences 1 mt the uat-rs
aio MibsUIIus and the pcoplu arv rreatly
excited and fear uitirli mom damrcr should
the tain coontlnue as this Is dletln:tly a
lumbering country. The heaviest losers
will bo the lumbermen who have been un-
able to control their log booms. Lojs aro
scattered all over the country and It will
not be possibto to bar llicm gathered and
relumed. Il Is now estimated that
the total leases will approxi-
mate S5.000.000. A number nt fam-
ilies In this vicinity have lost all
but their lives. All such arc being pro-
vided for by rbnrllab'o and more fortunate
citizens. In this place tbo situation remains
unchanged. lxgs are coming dnwu tbe
river but In suialtsr quantities. Tbo cities
of Lock Ilavcu nnd Williamsport tower
down the river were Hooded last night
and considerable damage has been dono to
the bnslnrss )nrtions. Tho railroads wero
running their trains bv telegraph last nhjlit
but all tho Western Union wires wero still
down nnd but very meager reports wero ob-
tainable. Tlio flood In tho Susqurhannn
Itlver at lock Haven Is within tno feet of
being as high as in ittfs.
Died from Trrvcr.
PiTTsnimoir J musty 5 Near Ulrtchi-
vino i. jauiM miner a farmer took a
'oad ot grain to Kail's mill and thero being
no ono but Mr. Ks'.l nn the premises she
went out to show Parker where In put the
gram wiuie no was unloading iMrxor fen
In n fit nnd rolled on the ground Iu fearful
convulsions shrieking groanlnc frothing
at tho mouth and tearing Ids flesh with bis
flurcr nails till bU face was covered with
frvtti and blood. The horrible spectaelo sn
rritntcHod Mrs. nan wuo wns in delicate
health that she ran In the hnusa end felt
on tbe floor where sbo died In less than fivo
Jolm Kelly's 1'rostratlon
CYtrTOH Si'MSOj If. Y. Januaty C
John Kelly ot New York from all accounts
was qtiito benefitted from treatment received
wblioherp but oujnf lohls Intense love for
the Interests ot laiuiunny 1111 lie has al-
lowed Ids physician's advice to go unheeded
slid Is now suite. tug from Insomnia and
nervous prosiiati n. ma sicuueas is. pe-
cullai as ho Is bdtjr one day and not so
twm hptsebaak mi ski'Ttossm wni sssmm
Vu kwi tsjMs sfswaMmts A reswral
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The A I in I )t lily Bllver Uollnr-rravldln fnr
.AtcClernnnd A IHint Ueolslon rrea De-
livery A Kclieme to Destroy IloiUlo.
Wariiixotoit January 7. Mr. Scott of
Pennsylvania has Introduced a bill to regu-
late the colnajo of tho standard silver dol-
lar. II rcrcclt all that part of tho act ot
February 8 1878 which ntithoilzes tlm
Secretary of Ilia Trossury to pnrchaso not
less than f2.000.000 worth of silver bullion
cr monlli and cause tbo same to bo coined
provides that wlicuetor tho standird sil
ver dollars now in mo rrwsurr sna'i bn
reduced in amount ! $20000000. the Sec-
retary of the 1 rensiiry shall set that sum
asldo in a specified sum to bo known as tho
silver coinage adjustment fund. It by pay-
ments on lawful demands mado on that
sum tbo amount thcienf nn the
it day of any moritti sha
ibiftd ni8ovWlnirr tnWhnt
Secretary Is authorised to coin ifi theffol'
lowing inonlh sufllclent silver wtollirs to
bring the uinniiu' un tn S20.000 WX) And to
coin as many sliver iMIInrs iu cv4V qiouth
as slia'i be ueeeesnry to restcro tfio fond to
dlntely preccdlns. Ilolsolso aulhrMilSr'r
n purchase from time to time nt (he market
price sliver bull on in sued quantities as
shall enable him lo carry out iho prov.sious
of the net It appropriates a surtlelent sum
tn rarr out Its prnvktl - .
WAtitltoTok. Jannary 7. somo mnntns
ago Mr. llttlen wrote a letter tn the Presi-
dent In which he s'ntesl that wlilln ho bad
no favors to ask of the ndinln slral on. vet
ho was cpe elaily dc-i rous tint Oencral Me-
demand of Spr nsAeld 1 1 sbonld be pro-
trilled for. Itefrrilng tn tills tuat'er
4il morning the PreaMont m'd that
lie bait lint lost sight of General MeCler-
nand nor forgotten Mr. Tllden's trquest
and ho further said that bis pieseut deter-
mination was to appoint General MeCler-
nand to the I'mtdeney 0: the Utah Com-
mission in tdnea of Governor IUmsey. of
vilnnesota the p rscnt Ireumbent vvbo has
dgnltlrd hl wllllngnrsa lo retire whenever
t may su't the pleasaro ot tho Presklrnt.
Wasuimitox. Jannary T. Mnd Com-
nleslnner Sarks liss made A dccifllof af-
fecting a grant of nnds within the couil'.ot-
Ing llmlls of tin Atlantic A IVclSe and the
branch linn of Uie SonUiern I'.iclfie Italt-
roads In California holding that the lat-
ter company bas no lesjal claim tn the land
embraced within the Indemnity belt of tho
former. The ilecis'nn Is based upon the
provision in the granting act ot the South-
em PneMe ltoed that "It shall In no wny af-
fect or impair the right present or prostiee-
tive of the At'unt c ft Pacific Itallrosd Com-
pany or any other railroad company." The
Commissioner holds that tbe right to in-
demnity wj-s a prospective right and al-
though tlio .Southern I'Aelnr constructed Its
roads and tho Atlantic A P.iclfic has not
still tho lamia net being granted to lb
Southern Pacific that company ran Iwreiwi
right to tlieru. Tills decision affects odd
numtiered sections with nu area of 8080
satiare miles or about S.500.000 acres.
WAMiisnTON January 7. Mr. Sertey of
Ohio bos Introduced n bill In. the Hnnse to
amend the revltcd statutes relating to letter
carriers so as to nutlronio tho employment
of one letter carrier In each town where Hie
gross postal levcnucs aro more than 97003
and less than $10000 per annum. Wliero
the receipts exceed 10000 tho Postmaster
(icncral is lo design tie the number or car
rlcrs to bermplojcd. The bill introduised
by Mr. Hill ot Ohl. to provide for tho eon
slrnetlon of post-oftlces In the Unlt-d States
autlinrlzes tha I'ostinaster General to con-
struct fire-proof post-otllce buildings in all
places having posl-oitlces of Hie second and
third class. Tlio cost of tlio buildings Is
not to exceed SC0.00O In towns of the sec-
ond clau and $15009 In towns of the tlilnt
class the buildings to be of uniform size
and constmeted under the direction of a
chief architect ot tno Post-offiee Depart-
ment Wasiiinotox January T. -Delegate Jo-
fpli.tif No-r Moxleo. will Introduce In I he
I nuie a bill to provlihi fer tbe crgan'zatian
v a regiment ot volunteers In New Mexico
and Ariiona for the purpose ot suppressing
outrages on settlers roturultted by the lios-
tlio Indians. Kach company iball be com-
posed of thirty native Mexleans. ten Aineri-
eans and ten Puobto Indians. They sliall
each bo mounted ami furnished with two
native horses or Indian ponies and arn-eJ
with weapon j suitable to Indian warfare.
Each private shall receive 950 per month
aud the oftlcers shall receive the amounts
allor d for such officers Iu tho regular
army. All officers and private s'inll be
mustered in subject to and with the benefit
of all pension laws ot tho United State
now in force polli as to themselves
llielr wives children and dernutent
lives. Foi tho puneea ot carrying Hits.
into enect too sum 01 cuuo is an
prlrted to be luimedbitely aval'.ablt-
Chicago January ".The civil war bo
ttveen the PatrUrebat Clrehs and tbe In.k-
pendrut Ordrrot Odd Fellows Is now on In
full earnest It will bo retnendwrrd that
tho Sorerlegn Urand Ixlga at Its ineetlns;
In Uslllmore last suiniatr deolded Hut all
Old Fellows sliou'd txltlidraw from U."
CIrr'e or bo expelled from tho order. Jan-
uary 1st was the date drcidtd upon as th
limit ot time to be allowed for obedhuwu to
this mandate ami It Is reported that a
large number of Odd fWloita have screroel
thwr cflnuwilofi vrftli Ibe order rellter Ikon
submit. Anion Ihe-e is IVIer Van Vrcb-
ten of jlllwaukre who lias Lw-ii an Odd
Fellow fur lldrly-foiir jeais and boa held al-
most every ofHee ill the gift of the order.
A new Patriarchal Clrele with fifty mem-
ben 1. to bewRtrte.1 In that city next
week anil still .....1'hcr Is to be brought Into
eisienco 111 vuicaia vvun last repot IS
tho various Statu 'lodges Had not root -
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pulsions on a wholesale seMo ant expected
uurinj; tno next tlireo vveekt
HcrrALo N. Y Jsnuary T A Meeting
ot prominent lobaeco growers ami dakru
viaslittd Iirot(Mtay. AU the Kew Eng
land States were represented as well as
New York Pennsylvania aud Wisconsin.
Tbe conference ajreod upon tliroei proposl-
ttous: First to rut CoiiKress to levy a
proper duly upon a whole bale of tobacco
not oxeuiptlus any portion theitsof; second
to cause tho duly on unttemined tobacco to
be fixed at Sl.SO and stemmed nt ; thltd
that tho standard of taxation ibould be
Washington January 7. Tbo bill Iu-
traduced by Mr. Eruicntraut ot l'cuiuyl.
vanla reduoing the penal sum of tbo bond
requited from persuns engaged In the man-
ufactory ot cigars nitons tho Collector ot
Internal Hvvenuo to fix the bond at not
less lliku 9100. Willi nn adilllton of 810 for
each lieison proposed In bo employed by
tbo manufacturer. Mr. llrgnit proposed iv
constitutional amendment strlUu.: out the
constitutional prohibition ngniust direct
taxation and pruvldhi; tint dltect taxes
when levied by the United State shall be
apportioned between the States en the barts
ot tbe value nt property.
SrniNQin.D III. January 6. Ii H101V
annual rupurt to the Governor for thk sear
ending July 1 USA the Itailroad and
Warehouse Comiululonera ot Illinois show
that the ro.uls repotted to the boanl ton-
teient n't Increase 11 their capital
stack nt 519130603 making tbe nvcragu
amount of stcck per ml!e64MDi Tho ai.
grcga-o gross incouiu amouuia to S1Q1.
Tins nuoutit In comianou vuit
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THE HOUSE COMMITTEES.
A List of th sjtnmltiiar Committees ns An-
nounced by the Speaker.
On the Tib Speaker Cntltsio announced
the commltrees ns fellows:
Ways and Meuns-torrlson of Illinois
Mills of Texas. Hewitt of New fork McMil-
lan of Tennessee Harris of Louls'aiM Ilreck-
cnrldye of Arkansas Mnybtiryof Mlelilfan
Ilreokenr die of Kentucky Kelloy of I'ann
sylvanln lllseo a nf Now York llrownoof
l-iiliann ltoed of Maine and stoKinley of
Approprlstlonsi-Ttandoll of Pennsylvania
Fcrnoy of Alabama J Iol man ot Indiana
To nshenil of hlinor Humes ot Missouri
Onbill of Virgin a. Ie Ferro of onto Adams
of New York Wilson of West Virginia. Can-
non of Illinois tlyan of Kansas llutierworth
of Ohio. Iank of Massachusetts Mitomas of
Maryland and Henderson of Iowa.
Coliinee Welalits and Measures Illand of
Missouri Laniluim of Teias gvymnur ot
Cnnnwotioiit llemplull of r3outh Carol na
Nol-wood of flnorgln. Scott of I'ennslrauln
McCrsary of Kcntueky llynum of fndlans
rfamrn oi new lorn jincKwoii or siassa-
ehnsetla. Little of Oil o.Vcltonof California I
4 HisxsrisVAtvl ritvstns-WW(sKJ'nucKyH'rimrffrc Irt tho Department of J
nianebard of Louisiana. Jones of Alabama.
Murphy of Iowa lltbson -nr Wot V.rslnln
Stewart of Texas Cnrltnn of Mlrlniran
iitohlngs or M sstsslppi Ulorsrof Missouri
Henderson of illlimls. Ilsvne oflrnnsitta-
n. a. "tone of Mawaehuseits Hurl via li of
New oik. Uiosveuoi ot ubioand Markham
mretgiji ATft"TTJc1biiiipnit "P.T17 i'fltt
ClcmonUt of tleorirla. fox of North Carolina
Singleton ot Mississippi Worth ngtoa of
III nols. Daniel of Vermont McCroary of
Kentuoky Cm.n of Texas H'co ot ilt.
Wnlto of Connecticut Kelobnm of Now
York. Fbelps of Newjerser aud Illtt ot
Naval A7alrs Hsrbert of Alabama Hewitt
ot Xe Tork Wise of Virginia Ilallcntlnt of
Tennessee. MeAdoo of New Jersey. Norwood
of Clef 1 rata. Love of Delaware. Rayres of
Texas liarraerof rennsrlvaiUa Tbomas of
Illinois (loir of West Vlrsrliila lloutcl.'c or
Ma'tio. flunk of Cotinoetteut
I'utillo Ijinds fJobb of I ndlana Henley of
California Van Katon of Mississippi Koran
of Ohio LotT ron of Kintiieky floiw of Mis-
souri Landla or lll.nota McHea of Arkansas
Ptntit of Mlnnmiota Anderson of Knuss.
I'a son of Illinois fctephc ason of Wisconsin
4 no a son 01 renns-yivuma vooriieesoi vvasn-
Trrritonee IliU of Ohio
Springer of Jill'
of Net York flflrnaa nr
ler of Alabama tiny la of Tenn-
rrr ot South Mrolfya. Dawson
em- of Soutli Ca
of Missouri Btrubleot fonra. flaker ot New
York Cooper of Ohio llcrmtn of Oregon
I.MM nt -nl.lM.S.t l.UM.t. nf k kIa
Mines am) Mining ciardr of Miar?"rl.
OTerrall ol Vlntlu'n Hill of Ohio ' v
of North Carolina. Jones of Texas v 1
Tennessee Oar of Loulslnnn. ltsrrv Jt-
slpnl Whne of Minnesota. VVoodburvuf No-
nda I ndale of New York. t)taea of Colo-
iad McKcnua of California snd!Dean or
Pac He llailwajs Tbrockmorton of Texas
Crisp of aror"a. rulell or Virsrlnlit. flu nil
of Arkansas. Illlrs or Iscw VorL Tillman of
?oulb Carol'na. Outhwa ti. or Obk llleli-
srason or Tcnnrse Huuiback or Kansas.
Holmes of town f terhart of IVnnsrlvanln
flayden of Sf.'.ssi-r.iu-e'l- i-dVo erofNow
Elettlons Turner if lieorjr.s Iiwry of
Indiana Knbrrtson of Krnmcky. Mirtln of
Alabama I i-tithonc or Tennessee llahn or
Louls'ana Hopkins nf Il.lno i. iln-.-sey of
Nebraska. tloU- of Penusy una llethler-
Hioi nonn ioroi.ua. ore tin ir Row Jersey
Croxtonof irsr n a. IIU ot Iowa I'aj uo of
Kiw lnrk and Kly or Massaohusetts
cominorce Rrasraa ot Tnx. Ctanty ot
sfiasourl. Crisp of Oeoraia. Caldwell of Ten-
nefee O'Ktrrall of Virginia. Taraaoy of
Mlchlsmn lulltier of Kow York fry mi in of
Indiana. Xrwm of Lon.alaoa.O'Re'llof Peun-
sylvanla. Darls of Maaaaebusett Punliam
of Illinois Weaver of Nebraska Johnson ot
New York and Morrow or CaJUornla.
Judla anr Tuoker of Vlrsrlnla. Hammond
of Qi-omia. Culberson of Texas. Coll ns of
Kaswscansviia. Leney oruuin ;at3S nf Aus
bama. Kden or llllno . Hodawrs of Arkansas
Uesmett of North Cnrolina B. B Taylor of
Uh'o. rarktrof Kew Vork. Ilnnnev of Mas
seehjsetts lloptxirn of lona Mcward of
Vermont and Caswell oftVI-coiisln.
Hankies end Currenoy Curila of Pannsyl-
vanla.Mll.cr of Ti'xaa. Candler of Oeorsta
Wtlkinaof Oao. Arnut of cw York. Harder
of VV. Virginia llowanl or Jnd'ano. lluttnnnf
Mlcun IMnsricy of Value llruinin of Prnn-
sylrinla. Ad una of ininofh Pradly of Vir-
ginia nnd VVoodl'iiry of Nebraska.
Arriculture llarea of Missouri. AILen of
South Carol'na. Urrou of North Cnrolina
Wlnans or Mlcbliinn Frvderiok of Iowa.
Ilavldson or Alabama. Htablaecker of New-
York. Morgan of Mrs sslppi. Glass of Ten-rie-sco.
While of Minnesota Funs Ion of
Kaura. Vrtee of rt'iarnu-iu. Hlnca of New
Jersey ller."- or Uhode Island. Swinburne
of Now York and (.lav rd of Dakota.
Military A-Talm- Urnar or Wisconsin.
WheeU-rof A'al nm u M.llord of Kentucky
Krutentroui ot Prnu lvanla. Oarsran or
South Carol in vii'ii'Bj of MarylanJ. Viel.-
of Kow York. An.lcrs.in of Ohio ftei'e of
Ind.ann Lard rf Nrl r.uka. Cuter eon of
Michigan llouk nt T.-nnasaoe. Niylcy of
reinslvan .1 ai I' tt el Womloir
Voimflsces and post Itoarii lllount i
Oeorir a. Ward or lnl'aua. Iliuas of 111 no s.
rijjlorof Ti'imns-"!'. Joni- ofTria- tfeck
nr of Mis-oiiri. vv atuer of HUlo Merriinnn
if N-w Ye ik. Harry of Mississippi. Ilmffham
of i'enna. I uu a. VVake-arld or M iinc-ola
Huironrh of M chlmn inienlh-r eif VVia-
cons n. Mnl rd of New York. Pettws of Kau-
ssi ami I sine of I'lah.
ludtan Atralrs-Wellborn of Texas Peoi ojf
Arkaonav. Skin icr of Norsli Carolina 5torm
it rennsi lvaiift. FtllX (amphe! of New
'ort:. Ilnla nt Mlssour'. All n of Jf.vls-lnpl
on! of llbno'a. Porkins ol Kansas hokton
7i Miniiesoia ui rniieiic oi mseons u eta
lions of Kew York. Allen of Mavaachusetis
aiicr 01 lestao.
s uan Canals iur dson of Florida
ifalsursL Ir 011 of linla ana. SUla.
nJSBsaasVtnon ef Kurth Carotltvi.
fAfiSflWU'1 '"' ''
aJhrit 111 ' isssslTsasssi iiisl ilsTTWrFSJl 11
llk.v.1.. Ul..1 SfWt ' -
.'Inni ijiiui s- n eit VStointt. hwena
ral.fi 11 1 I. teu-. r (m wfKs; fl
Virgin -- ti.te l lJt Ml M S.i"ijpt. l3-SfT
1 iiiinuis. riu.iar ei; ov vara. ininti.- .
renisjhaulj. V snitlia.ck of 'V.siourfnri
llire-H ui nes .iim'i
I Publ r I'nlld vn uud Orounfls-Ditbk- of
I South Carol m .tcu of f!irr- .1 f'i'Utrof
I Went Virr nla. Hi i-loy of CvlUoe'nta. Wilkms
1 t Ohio. Wortbiiiflnu of ti'li-o s (11 lei of
I MarylsiaiL Jokasoa ot North Carolina Ullh
krnesMnlno Browne of I'eunsyivania. Hoek-
w 11 hi uaaeaftitoMSt. wane of Miaauuit and
Owen of Indiausn
Latesaanal iMprarementalbs Mifittlpttl
2ver Krns of l.'iiislaiid Unullo nr : iscou-
u. Van lUsm of JsasfMppl. fbliwr of iri-
Ofana. fa15r nt WoW York Mcttest eif .r
kanaas (rlaS ruinesaoe. Daw. a of Jl!s
stiun. ftrown nreilile W h 1 ns; of Masnoau
sswt. Murrtll of KanAHS nuancll of I'miuyl-
vanla nnd tilt ot of Vermont.
rdnoitiou -Mke 11 of tent 1 h snlms I'aud-
lar ofi ' irirlx vv Ills of Kouluekv. Curiiuof
' Michlr i- Hiin.sof Mi-auuri.Mahniie nf Nmr
r. "n-i en MiunasHiin mbiuss ct usssa-
f." ("viZ.nd "LSSSmI' ' "
iaiHirotoiiloandii DpBimMof Httlmns.
1 uo iior-ti Kui of M'swurl Koran or
'ai'. I.ovs-rinir of Masaechum-t.a. Weaver of
wa. us ier or it:uo s. u.iniei of Vlrainia.
v of Nleiiia-aa Crista of Texas Fuiia-
nsiiJ Jainesof Now York. Iltiui
r '1 H ..iit'-h re.
I-- re insuuu 01 iuiiai) irania
are II 1
t no nr
r host Jcrse-r.
li rnf Htm lurkV I'
1 - ot
I .1 est-
1 1 .1. of
l 11. Iu l I
il mi of K
n of fi
UOIH. Ill) .t. II 1
Patenti M.tc'icll of CouBse' 1 ' t Kulscl.
ot Kcruii'ky. Towuaheiul of ItUiwia. Unit ti
of AUb: sos tlt-r us of Oeora-ia Moraan or
UastBs opl. Kislii r of Micbiaaii Cowlos of
North tarollna. Atkinson of reonsylva.ila
W est of New Vork t t-blbavh ot Hew Jorsoy
(lllUllau or Minnesota and riunsbof Illlums.
Inntid renslons-Matsoii ut ludlaoa Wl-
nans ot Mlch'gaii torerlosr of Mauacliu-
setts.Neevv of INInOlsvltwoBe f I'eunavlia-
ula Taulrws of Kentucky. PmIcucU ot .Sbw
Joraay. Bllsbary of Ohio Vltniar of New
Vork Morrill of Kansas llainei of N-
tlamiMOi.ro trilara at Kerth Osrl ua (law-
yer of New York Cougar of lona. Louiut of
reoUn-BU.da 1.; Mlti'ilHn. VVooirom
or KattUeky. Jones of Alabama Hcott of
l'ouinylvanla. .Cotrles of Nonli Carol on
Lundea of iffiWi. Maheaey of Neu Ynrk.
liu'.lon of Hlsiour'. ttrtibte of town. Ta lor
at tctineassw. Kre-ly of Vlrtrmm VV bit of
Pounsi Ivan a. Tkutrtisua at Ohio.
wia ins jsprin er or iuidus sinner or r-ev
York Innham of Tvxo. Shaw at Mori laud
Hoaar.1 of IneV ana. Dauvbert of s-forkla.
Trtssof Vlririn n Kealot Tennessee) Euwdea
of rennsvh 111 a. MeKeas a of e ulirarn.a.
ivtrui'ro.M Sjiiiih sn-ege-roi ruuuiiu'!.
lueaui-n of New JeifJei) aud (. liliUe.- u(
Hew lla.ops I 14.
WarCUuis Godrtus or C n. Iv diner ci
Indiana. Kione of Kent Jt'k 1 u. J Campbell
ot Nw i'ork ttlohsmisein 1 I t-t.iia-i. i-sjr-ry
of bou Car-dioa. Cowsiuuk of M ntb
llsidot Sonh Carolina. Lib'n v" Yiryin B
bn)4iIsot8cutlii.i:miina. II v. .viand Of t'..in-
rlnmu Jobustou ot iuJioua sud Lywaa et
Private Iind nbi'ins liiiisa'd of Kuntuskr
3rldHiD ot Mss ssippL dt- Martiu of liiu's-
Inert tPdrlduu ui "' ohlirna. bsd ler of Ala.
1. . -k '1. .. .. .
nan cr iowa
1 J Of I'UOU'V
!' . 'tlioma or
' ' iao. isortn 1 m I n t .
I ! rJ 0io'.1;
anlS tiy or Sim (. 1
fe n n kssffll
BraaSW. -JHBBBBTaBa''' ' ' x . A ..
bbbwimb "-" i msamXrZ'. jitmidsMiitii-i
Turner ot Oeorgln. Adams of No
Oittbtraltaoruiilo Konior intunna
of Kentucky. Douuherly of Klorldu I
tf. .... t. nM nt IC. Vflfb. Tl.lS
U'lnols t'ullor of (leorirln minllan
nesota. White or l-onnsyivanm.
V.vnff.l1llnr In tlm FlAtn Deiiar
nnnnit nt NnVih rnrl no. Tillman ot
Candina Lore of Dolawaro Arnot CI
York 801 anion of I'ennsylvanla I.yi
loirs Iiuttit of California.
Kxpendltnros In theTrcasiiry Depart
toweryotlmllana liland of .Missouri
onrliljro or Arkansas tshavr of M
Ilaltnof Iuislans llunncllof l'cnns
and Johnston of Indiana.
Kxpendlturo In thoVVarDepartmsu
irts.in nr Kenttlekv. VVheotor of Al
VIcloofNow York. Anderson of Ohio I
son or ew vnric. vvarnor or snssoiii
llccser or rennsyivanta. :
i4kfintllipM In thn Narr Tlatiart
Tailor of Tennessoo Rowdenof ronili
nin Ilarldsnn of Florida Tlm J. Camtf
wow xorK iioweuoi 111 noin. uruwnoi
sylvanln. Tlmmns of Wisconsin.
Kinonditiireitn the I'ost-otllco Df ca:
tteesn or Oeoririn Warner of Oliloj'
lor or Tennosiecf-Hrmnn ofOrVtonj1
ik siiisiuilia 'us seua via " " ! 1
(lllison of SVcst Virclnls. liammen
Georvln Peymeur of Oonncttlcut Wt
Illinois Miuikrn nr siomc iianoaca 01
has and fswtpr nf Uavr Ynrlc
Bspenditurra In the Interior Dt parti aasfl
Weaver of lotm. Dnrgan of Eoutii CnaPslssjr-
Harrs of (JcprKlarCulbcrsoh or"XiJtft
Urumni oU'iTnnsvlvnnia l.lbbyot Xitmm
ami uaronpon or new yora.
KvnAndllnrns nn PllMlrt TtnlMlnir
O rounds lloach of Nc Tork (INilH
Missouri genrr or Ohio. Itlrgs of till
1 IJIMUUIIV Ul JICUIICH7CI. V IISIA WLiU
Carolina Oalllnger of Now Ilamplhlrl
THE SILVER QUESTION .
Tbe I'rrsldrnt rnrnlsties the Senate B
- .. ...-... i
I AM (Hkw.
a . . KSi
7w v f
A " I '
iiiinrinaiiuii an uia niiium ij v'
WAwiS0T0!fj January & The FrflW j
dent vestcrday. In answer to a resfl fctfesss'
adopted by tho Sonate December 0jtran-J
milted copies ot documents showliit !
action taken by him to ascertain the 1 sci
ments of foreign Governments In rcgiii
sou ninuiiaiiuicub ol au lULcruaiionsj
between gold aud silver. Tha cone?
enco Is accomoanled by n letter from
rctary Bayard to the Proildcut In wtt eh
says In part: "It lias been tho object
tins oepartmeni and its agents h
avowing Us readiness to co-operate tot
1uue.11 ee imjitrai sjul with UJMC sS
wishes upon others as to ot Tk)
considered and Independent vlnwsj fressa
the most Inlltictillal. responalbler sisssf-
competent eourcuH In cM'-r to Um
before Congress; first tho n-lu.il tintsw
metatiM essneneie in tbe ri -or' ie
pean cotnlrtas slid secriti tho
tiuswand roiWts of tbeso ij. in' v!
rptaMn'to tlioJrliVsrU!' Jelan t
thailttlstisoUtiTefatnid Swt .
Itrllntli IrVatlMe antt flbrtnMnv Lw.SI
--- - . -... U-...HMUJ .pj MTSe
r.immarite and convey Ilia true cm.t ton us
tlieopluons and fnlcnlionsot llietj arswH-UJ
ments ami people to wuoui tncy i.aV 1 beasa.
severally accredited." " '
MAXTOtt MAIIDLE'S MLiSIO.T.
iiieiciipr tiicn mentions tne 'e -a
ot Mr. Maruu as a cotilldeiitl.il r. eg) I
tain Information on the subject anl
"No separate repet It 1t. Star uio !
made because the results of his Ukm
tlons appear fully In tho letters ot i W
flieij MelAne and J'3idl'ion." '
rpnnin1m-is ntutna ivllli a t.tlfn- tm.
tary llsjard to Stanton limbic n-iflfj
blmof Ids designation to visit l.ur.fji
iho mission aooTc uiuicaieu. JjCieiiV
also addreserdto the American Mlnista
Ixmdon Paris end Berlin notrvlcs; I
ot Jlr. Marble's visit aud asking ISssr es
r-NflLANP OPPOSET .
A replj-"jvas recclwd frcm Ait
Phelps umleridate ofU8Si!ctv Oetl
iaj in wBica n. gives uie nu.ic 1
fctenees bf 'hlsMelt A.Ht.ilr. Marb
therlending members ot tier ifalrstj'-t i
eminent anu aays " t wn tnesee as 1
other source 1 am saPsfiffiS tlrat trn
Government will ini'exlbly atlhera t.
past and present policy In re -pe-t to eMaw
age; that they nil! no: drjatt from tbe jsH
..eauueuu uuiv ttliei nu luil l'SUU;i5UCv. Ml
tlwy will not become a rartv to nny uitj
national arrangement or un 011 fjr the cress-
tton of a blmetallie standard 1 1 a rouuttsM
ratio betwixn sn'd and siIvit fir ..iT'imsV
liose of making both an unlin ited eckl tessv I hi
.. ....-..... ....1. J-..... -. ...M ' M
UCI UtM uvjs seicii UUUU.U 1111 rj - M.'
rBAXCC WII.I NOT . iiNT
A reply from Minister MrLane at it
dated October 1 1S8S cxiirrsses li 1 rr-ill
that "while France woslel clad'j r -Ir .ill
Intelligeece that the French rat o ot 1 4i
silver to 1 or goui nau ceen r.a; f
coushieratlon ol future consoi crcdu
Induce brr tn adopt the American rat o'
10 to 1 still lees would she adopt any I
ratio to asa'milate tbo present comnl
or market value or sliver with tnu vuaj
gold nor would she consent at art. A
now to permit an nnrestrlcted or rvj
limited roinaife ot surer at nee minus t
present purpose 01 ucr novrrncucin
nblc lit '
that t'lf i
peon.'o Is to matutnln. If possible
liretals at tlioir nresent ratj
I is iWBR1tei.cJrculalioii and i
. . . .. .. .t- . -. .
se"WAit7iuet2iia sajs mar 1
W?5bBL Hot '" W
lntrnvtCft sheifflMatp ri;.t Ri iO
age In order u rs ststm .
reterve. " - " S -
Minister Pemlietun frt h'sirwf t Vd
jM-uiii uciooer iu isro gives uu co5p
swusurtitiiy nsfolliiwi.:-"riio. nunariif
vicrmany to an iiiternaiion 1 Din
union such as wss prupntieel by the
Mates sI France in If I rnu si an
urpeetetl. It seems lo uir. vvltiiiu a.. Ill
time now to bo predicted. Tiiojco
ttoii (ir Mcrmany in sueu a ua' I
1 MnihtTOiMJalrr' liop- of-
cess w-'iffeever "TtTtjesoSee wasj'
Include irrsnrh a unlern KAIanii nit
sia tbo. fjrer.ifAvhWlt r-utsv tj 2i
wlillo tbe StlUr-f UHrs uult liiv a 'i3
a urprecinwii aau larjcty ikiciiuu J I
money mo aunesioti or l:.n-; ami I
leeurtalnly now and oou'd pi b. Wy I
liidafl.iito period be tii -rdid ly i
as a sine (jiin nun.
mjimeattv Is liisl ibiK U
i asssersM into at tat'
H t ustt- jeiSM t MSua '
An Ann tne 1 vc '
-..theriAz at rtt'ii
Ilrinnn-ala Taktac &'IulUcailt V-Un
CoLtMiics. O. January 8.-Prorj
iieuioirsts irotn ail pstts ot llm K 5.
arriving hro to-day In renponm to in
beaded by es-Senator llen O. Tntniii
fur a gntlierttig of tlte Ucmocratie c 1 et
iHoirow. Among tne uucKoyo L n !
Jsuuarv 8 Is cuminonlv tnntm
Jneksxm's Dy" atut tbo oecaslcfn 14 i 1
come ene ot greet signitlcatica lit ' Bfl
UWiosratle ctfC.es. It is Hits realitj
cunfvreoee as to tlitudan c
for the year foiowlkaftsi
upon wicru 1 no tcatK
to aid Dnd SUpport'if
thQ pliant gett'njrti
tu "Old Hlckury." VXmltnmf c4
getlmr hold a pAH(irt and iimWai
plans nieeii ou the same pr i!r us
aetvrHos tue annual liiici.si
"Ultebalt" dinner atGfcrnww
tbe rolebratlon oiii-lux eel
Uayno CjuiUy sutne tn.tty yfc.ir.
.v.ui mienasa iq inane smorcyars'i
tair nut of e vects it juts rra
dtlltsd intq p. al 'lMsuks. frJ
tone of liiecaii 1.
lOIIUtbluS (IU UsFlMeJIsf
-. .TSfra Aiis I ii i
A niu Weiiikuaa.
LospoKi J'iumy f Alt iiiilti
ent Isttstti it tbe r.ev;rari's 1
wwimwsnii 11 n
CSIllMTS) SSUU inSl-JiBitMtau lii
HtfiuM ttf (astooo7.u inrBy
vue rjsswi smwi ns it irsirts
aif sunt S''ve'Kt it . 'I
r ' T.
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