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Morning Oregonian (Newspaper) - January 23, 1885, Portland, Oregon f pn Tv I h Daj I PORTLAND JANUARY 23 EDITION he Central Beady for i the President CHANGES CONCURRED IN Portland Sor Dalles at 1 A M at Portland from Danes at 5 p jr anii Burning TORTURES liave ray cured ua w Blood Purifier great Skin Cure and IB Sale I have tried Toll have tbe particulars iis Em to Too and we aro so welt UK It win you aU who me H WHITE i 1 thereto do otherwise Sianas he ha Test said he astonished to see that riant had keen made at Uw other onar th at tUe president In ms acito n 11 this maiton wej the law from tablet v w 4 to the law it e la w was clearly at d unquestionably against penn t- white to gp on these lands Vest inevitable lands wou d to Ume be opened up to such settlers bat that i Ume was not now Hs expressed ahop j thak action on We matter and avert bloodshed The remaining rights rf to the lands ii ceased j i i i Dawee said kve had no right to open np lands for States cool not trample on Ita own I Harrison suggested that the committee on affairs night at report unfavorably petition recently presented to the which prayed for the opening up of the homa On tbe Question of called for and ever and to the the skin pare and white And i m California H K And to made at with Oregon stage HIT EXCEPT Quit side Division H- i Boiler Skater W about three roan and the RF ME DIES ASH LAMB A H H Portland ft 5 Train MW P HC Lebanon A M ire Sleeping Car leaves Portland Becoming loaves wtt au in the Side Dlr from at f n Side AND COB MaU Train Z A M X Express U aUnt to doctor core MCCW r tried the after WM Mass T SOAP A M lor lale and baggage at i and Second points In California can M at and Front Sta OTf iot be tor afteil art i either or West side m ager Q F Hysteria 555 rrona the tobacco the resulting ding to misery decay and d Age LOM I by of boil BOR te With each o laaer onr wil does not Ellg BOBS FEET Can 75 50 25 25 1.00 25 50 y trill lip ralera by lip ralera by K OP UTS should by tbe H Or THIS GREAT REMEDY and TONIC BROTHERS ilch have the to prevent Uw con- now threaten 3d Maxey was a good fob toe government put Its seal of The lands which formed the subject of debate had never been or ded They were there flora no way oben for believed that most of the people who want into the Oklahoma country went there under the that they had a legal right h Maxey did riot they such a shim they bail been 3d ty every means that they bad no Plumb said much had beon created by a rumor that tbe United Sates in Kansas decided that these of the ww not to that however on tan thit lands be opened to ment by and the president consent of If prompt action were taken Plumb had no do ibt an aud solution of the difficulty could be at with clue regard to toe rights of the _n- president tor his as to the present status ot trie Oklahoma lands was then agreed to Vest then His resolution directing Uie secretary of the treasury to ascertain and report upon what terms the Creek and Indians would all their to the lands In question He requested that the lie over till to-morrow when Le wonld make it more The laid over accordingly The senate then Into executive session with reference It hi understood to the goan treaty When the doors reopened the senate ad- i Bonce Jan motion of tAm tlie senate amendments were to the house authorizing the of a mark boundary lines of the Indian territory ahd Texas connection with a similar commission appointed by the state at Texas a conference report on frregon Central agreed to ouse recedes from its disagreement to ail th senate a i 1 1 The bouse then Into committee of whole on the Indian appropriation blU offered an amendment providing Inlian against the person cr property of another Indian person any of ths following rape assault with intent to arson arid bo subject to the laws of the territory in which such Is committed and shall be tried therefor b tame courts and in the same manner and ball be subject to the same penalties as are persona charged with the commission of said and permitting Indians to prosecute In any any civil at law and equity adoptee Byan offered an amendment authorizing tho president negotiations for he purpose qf opening th 3 Oklahoma lands to under the homestead law adopted The committee rose the was passed and Uie house adjourned SO SHOW FOB THB PUBLIC WASHINGTON Jan house committee on public health has decided that by reason of the late stage of the session and the crowded Icon Bon of the calendars b will be to pass the bU to protect public prepared by delegates from various of health The committee decided to recommend an for the national board of health and to be usec at the discretion or ihc president hi a spread of should it In thlt country before the assembles Olf TO i WASHINGTON Jan Oregon the senate amendments to which were concurred Iq by the house to-day is the first forfeiture that has passed houses of the'present congress It Is the same as the originally by o commerce with Die ad- dition of the amendment offered In thd iy George tor he purpose of protecting It forfeits all unearned lands Grove and lAstoria APPOINTED I Jan 22 fm Mutch ler Barksdale and have been pointed by the chairman of he on reform of the civil service tp consider Representative Taylor's to discharge from the government employ Lny or sailor or widow or dependent tive of any soldier or sullor without sufficient cause Th WOR MATERIALS j WAS Jan senate oil naval affairs has to recommend the t 111 exclusive tide of domestic material Ii Uie construction and pairs ot ill and In the manufacture of ordnance yy or at gove works BEQUEST DENIED Jan secretary war has refused I Uie request of Lieut to be allowed to withdraw nation which has been accepted to take he at the expiration of the year's leave of absence granted him when he IN SESSION I Jan senate remained secret session two afternoon the treaty Senator pin his speech aud Edmunds rile ler of the Both spoke in rivor of the treaty i WASHINGTON Jan of Boston commissioner of labor Ti W Modesto Cai A McDonell da ud John Post Boise City j before congress providing for the section 4419 of the revised statutes the use of steam registers and boilers Tl e same question wan submitted to the board the but session atd disapproved it believed the effect or Uie would lie lo compel the use ol certain gauges on view Uie matter was taken A proposition is ing before the board amend the rule iting passengers entering ot steamers while under way the rule shall ply only during the hours between sunset and rise A test was the presence of tie Iward of the value of hand grenades as a moans rf hrc on THE WOMAN SUFFRAGISTS Jan a secret session cf Jic woman's suffrage to-day Mrs Blake chairman of he committee on plans of work made a report was adopted women of the states hibor with their tor the passage rf laws and every member measures in favor of women In ordi r to oppose them Walk before congress for the passage of the amendment Is to be con- Women in the several states are aUo requested to oppose reflection of representatives against woman suffrage The vice presidents it the association were re- Grant's Account bf the Batt 9 of amendment Among j the addresses at tho elm ing session this ever lug was one by Laura De- force Gordon of BUTT TO ENJOIN SARAH Jan order to obtain a clear title to certain property here T J Fisher a real estate dealer has filed a against liam Sharon and Hill otherwfau Sharon asking a decree that conveyance from John R Alley and wife Sharon acquired i o beneficial Interest In certain lots of ground and th it no right of dower crued to said Sarali Althea and that she be enjoined from setting up rigut of do tli e lots title to which was la John B Alley and was conveyed to Sharon and by bim to plaintiff He further avers that defendant Sarah Hill claimed lobe wife of Sharon and in December last a decision was made in Francisco declaring that she was the wife Sharon and by reason of such decree she has an apparent right of lower WASHINGTON NOTES WASHINGTON Jan Mary A of Stanley Matthews associate tice of the supreme court of the United died this services he held at the Saturday morning and the remains will then be taken to Glendale Ohio and In Spring cemetery of for six of year wore less than lae same period last year WEATHER IN Tha Contest Bt all tho YORK Jan Mai's literary venture in the of tlie Century oil the buttle of is widely real and in eastern literary ami military Ibc general of er review tlie author's style The a -tide lacks unity and breadth of but r in- and as a pre- of ana a i of errors and misapprehensions prevalent re- garding tl e battle Washington the article has oxcired'1 tion there aud IB very well received His ment of General Buoll In the to tlie friends of thit The point in tbe article which has the most impression upon military meu Is tlie manner In which he endorses tlie map of the field prepared by ot the engineer While this has accepted here as a correct map it has been constantly disputed have to write with sanction of Grant among Item Badeau on the action of General Halleck ore stinging THE RECENT CHICAGO Jan The temperature within tlie city gradually became warmer during the evening aud shortly before the marked eight degrees above Tue continued cold however has inflicted much hardship upon the poorer the city The effects In the were even more marked Specia s from points in Illinois Iowa W speak of to stock which in sections was serions Fruit in many places Is thought killed one has suffered y tlie I territory tlie owing to a of snon is badly frozen have been Near Illinois this Mrs Elizabeth S Paton vs C P in regard to Central Pacific stock came into court to-day ard lhat they unable to affree upon a verdict They were Ironi further consideration ot the cases RATK TO SAN YORK Jan Pennsylvania road has secured the co-operation of lines ning through to Sen Francisco so that it made tlie rate from York tc Ran Francisco f st the prev ons rate of ing when tbe mercury was 21 degrees below Win one of party on bis way from a rura baU froze to deaui tur OF SAN FRANCISCO Jaa Stanford received an immense number ot telegrams from all of the country lating him on his nomination to the United States p It ts stated this morning that the gifts which Governor Stanford has de- to make to the stale arei first the rial university at Alto which has already been spoken of a museum on a large scale in this city and the tion of an Institution similar to the great Cooper institute of New The carrying out of these plans will require the of an enormous sum money and it is said that ar- rangements are nearly completed for the entire sum in the bands of trustees THE ENTAL ASSOCIATION SAN Jtn tal railway association had received up to day any answer from General Manager Smith as to his acceptance of ship Should he decline the executive tee Is empowered to select a commissioner viding the person selected has not already been a candidate for the Adjourned sine i I THH San Pablo which from here December It or Hong Kong Is reported overdue at She been out days The passage from hare to Is twenty days Steamer Willamette Seattle i MEXICAN BANDITS Jan Troo M Fourth ar- rived here last w th twelve Mexican dits prisoners others were left deal on the field Troop E li after the remaining dits anc expects to make them all prisoners day Jenkins of American troops was the only one who received any in- Jury The dispatch coee not slate who these bandits were bat It is supposed they are the Mexican soldiers who mutinied at Mexico on the 12th Ins and who killed their I commanding officer Lieutenant Jenkins returned to-day bringing two more Mexican bandit making i fourteen captured anl four It is believed rj that Lopez leader ot the band is among the killed The prisoners say they were compelled to kike the life of the commandant at Eloo as he had defrauded out ot two years pay They refused to explain why murdered the commandant's wife give any Information about the remainder of the gang CONFLICT OF AUTHORITY SAN Jan Tucson Arizona Judge Fitzgerald on proper application morning ordered the sheriff to put Beiger ejected from bis ranch on the Pat ago reservation by Indian Afent er in repossession of his premises Hart and Mason hi i charge of t le troops on ranch treated tbe order with contempt The court b Is issued an order to bring Hart ind Lieutenant Mason and his con rades before the court A conflict is us it is believed the soldiers wiU not sub- mil to i SIX BT VICTORIA Jan Indian caLie to Sylvester s trading post about a ago and reported the killing ot In- dian men and by Takawa Indians who alto took two and two children Into captivity The woman male her escape and traveled two months before sie the post In a famished condition The murdered Indians been saucy and thieving during the summer towards the whites and tbe murders were In retaliation for au In- dian killed by in Jan 21 Supreme met at 1 P 31 bench present First National bank of Springfield Illinois respondent vs J B and 0 M Scott the Litter being from Wasco county argued and -i John plaintiff ami appellant vs Annie Whitney et ai defendants Appeal from Wasco cause jn that the court adjourned until 10 A M Jan 22 Supreme court met at 10 A M full bench present John vs Annie ney et respondents Argued and submitted A SAN ANTONIO Tex Jan Colonel Thoe G Williams cled Uhls morning of paralysis Deceased was commissioned assistant sary general of tlie confederacy lor service at THE Kas Jan Arkansas City Kas i special General Hatch has surrounded the at water wUh the intention of them out He allows no to approach but lets any one who A just in reports are already as visions are running short have been trying to raise for relief tut without been done yet A BAXI NEW YORK Jan gnn Bishop William Taylor's ists numbering more than fifty men women and children start to-day lor tuelr nVld of work In central Africa The pa ty i i the band of tint has evn gone to Africa with gieat and confidence upon a tlie ers could not its difficulties and BR NEWMAN Jan avenue held a lare taut to-night Deacon Hanney was moderator J f man sent tn bis in and a the congregation all calms for salary from June 1 amounting to A vote of thanks was the A commit be was pointed tq secure the services o r ant iher pastor The meeting was h mony aud good Reeling HEAVY JanJ heav snowstorm is in progress The for o week past has been very severe on cattle and sheep If the storm continues the loss of ive lock will he very great of losses constantly coming in froDi le and other northern Texas points heavy rains to-day It is freezing to-night ana an dying idly LONDON WOOr S Jan he wool sales to-day bales of Sydney and Port Phill j were sold The market was steady Jan coast cloudy and rams fornia weather fOlSK THB Jan members of tbe general assembly in s a to-day to President Cleveland asking the of Hon William Springer as tary ot the The house wan in session to-day from 10 to with Speaker Cronkrite i presiding but no Ins ness was transacted Strategical motions were made by both sides lint no vote was secured on permanent officers To-night the democrats held a Speaker Cronkrite withdrew as candidate I or speaker and Hon E M of Lake last night resigned the was nominated as the democratic candidate for speaker Jt now thought by the democrats that the opposition In party to him will subside and he twelve the 77 votes necessary to elect Iowa 400 gates from nearly all parts of the state met in j temperance to-day to consider I ores to sebure better enforcement ol the bitory law Resolutions were ing saloons calling and church to unite common enemy calling lor as to the and ii re- sults of Intemperance declaring parties which desire the support of the take no step calling on the next general assern jly to necessary amendments and on t work for national prohibition TO BK CHICAGO Jani J learned that the county special grand jury lias voted to Indict 1255 judges of the recent for carelessness and frauds through which a 000 appropriation for additional police was made to by a majority of 14000 when >iu reality the proposition was by eral hundred votes The number of judges to be indicted include about of all County Clerk Hvan and Justices Scully and Kereten who sed tl e ing hoard are also to he j A BANK iFa Jan I savings hank closed its doors yesterday and the i officers are making a i examination of the books of the concern to ascertain the exact amount of the alleged defalcation v hich it Is raid will exceed One of fhe has been missing Tor several days A special from Jamestown his tlie lowing additional particulars the hunk J HOBS Mart n eta iler of the Jamestown hank in tire munity had implicit con absconded day evening with and departed for parts OB Tuesday the lack ht found ii destitute of cash and other lie assela The stockholders and are responsible farmers in and the is in- tense Tbe bank wUl go the Hands of a receiver to-morrow and the 1 will be known until after an examination but it Isi believed they are TW assets amount to nothing but the fixtures an I f THE i PHILLIPS i Jan a ors of Oliver Bros A Oliver i wire Company to-day the committee hi favor of accepting tbe propositions of the Onus with some alight X CK la Jan clerk S here to-day embezzling of the county's money during bis tern of office BOOKS FOB The state board o edncatlo j consisting Hon 2 J Moody governor B P iiart secretary state Hon E B McElroy ol public Instruction just in form the canvass of the vote by for text to schools of this state for tbe term beginning as provided fur by law Tbe vote shows the lowing text bocks to have been Pro Slit and Soule Won A Analysis It Seco ui Third and Hea i Syst ana Copy r and Course Inp of Xew New New Mental New Wri ii and tiran mar Sill's lessons hi Bands History ol United ind i Brooks ani and i Steel ii in Fourteen Weeks in Weeks in Natural Weeks hi blanks I to Write ters a re Science of Vocal Series I OH 8 I 111 with s station 7 of mi act o scho cto at the lee ut 1882 26 Amended School laws the directors distinct IXo 1 of have in tlie oBice of of pub ic or text books for the same period as forth tion In tildes tb i same text books author zed by law and in i se in the r of this state with the following For ar Spelling blanks residing Walter Smith fisher's of Mrs Lessons National B lor practice For I igh schools ney's Science of Arithmetic Zoology Analysis of Civil man's 1 How's ot ahd Higlier leal Gillet anif Sleele Allen land Spencer's Meutal Cook s Otto Whitney's Tell Zrlny J TUX co tars STATE J Jan 22 State of Oregon vs Charles E meut No 1 withdraws plea of guilty and enters a plea of guilty waives time and to one year In the penitentiary 2 S and 6 same and same teuce I State of Oregon vs Tim missed Stata of Oregon vs Matthew State of vs Joseph A ments one and two dismissed State of Oregon vs Arraigned and Saturday to plead I Stati of va M Carter counsel aud to-morrow to plead State of Oregon vs B FraL zier appointed counsel and to-morrow to plead E J Brown vs E A Brown of di- vorce J H Everesl vs Kate force i Charles Nelson vs Susan Order ot and referred to Sam E Stott posa fg Order of and referred to Sam B Stott v jury we Indictment Connecticut Fire Insurance Company vs Wm et Cause settled arid W L erted TS W D ment jy to the sum of 50 and COStS N P Lumbering 4 Manufacturing Co vs W P Lewis et allowed to take roll and evidence from custody of the clerk I State of Oregon TO Robert dict ot guilty of the of gambling vs Adam Lope et Confirmation of sale McKinnon vs Minnie Re- erred to Samuel B T U 0 S jr I Tuke Demurrer to retain of dent argued aid submitted POLICE 1 Drunk and for- ball Wm Same fined i John Same fined i Joha Same fined i Same fined 1 10 Tom Same forfeited balL Dan Same nine David the streets after samej j i I f I FOREIGN DISPATCHES Hundreds of in Italy by Avalanches POLITICAL COMPLICATIONS MaiM i by fti as an agitator BOHE An avalanche a let of fifteen houses at in Piedmont The cries of the buried people were distinctly heard Two thousand so diem are endeavoring to rescue them and fifteen honsen were at anl eleven are Still Hurled beneath the snow Most of the Unas on tbe frontier have ceased working owing io avalanches The Winter has been one of extreme severity thro Europe BOKK Jan Many villages in Italy are reported to-day devastated by avalanches end Jie havoc and slaugh er Is described as palling the seem ta have in the of south of Piedmont by the maritime Alps many spurs of which Intersect tw At 8 no nineteen miles northwest of the killed Is now stated it 140 and one corpses have I wen recovered from the Ice and snow In which they were entombed Ibe e of on river and near Cuneo was partly destroyed and many sons killed Twelve were and fortytwo persons killed at Deveis Tbe lage of is almost completely buried under the snow Scores of people have been killed there and over n women and dren are wounded and In awful dis- tress More 3000 mem In the province of Cucco are engaged In add to soldiers Lu recovering bodies and rescuing the living Troc ps are also stationed he entrance of tbe valley Delta Marie and other dangerous valleys where may be expected to prevent persons from entering them It Is reported that 200 persons perished In av- In the districts ofr Lorea and Aosta ITALY'S LONDON Jan 22 The Vienna correspondent of tbe Daily Telegraph says It Is reported tbe Italian government Is organizing a force of 000 men to occupy i LONDON Jan The cabinet met again day at noon and entered iota further tion ot the French proposal regarding Egyptian finances Chamberlain to again absent owing to continued illness He hw just undergone a painful surgical ta the month to the meeting of tbe cabinet Sir Charles Dilke president of the local government board called upon Chamberlain an 1 had a long ence Tbe Cabinet meeting lasted three hours Afterwards there was a long conference between Gladstone Earl tnd the of It Is afternoon the cabinet council which assembled bad decided that If the French proposals in regard to the Egyptian financial question were modified they would afford a basis for Count Minuter ambassador had a long conte rence to-day wall Karl tips Jan The Pall Mall Gazette says tlie cabinet accepted French proposals regarding as a basta tor no ran control be tutei and that coupons he taxed and Russia be admitted to representation In the de la Dette will otter to xe a loan of but Is willing to discuss of ar- international anlee of powers Jaa on this point THE CABINET Jan The fears the net bave again liberty of action In and Is reverting tol dome form of tiple The French project the Times Bays b not met with any tow victorious tive policy i TO ENGLAND It is bad yet met FOB Jan Sir Thomas Brassey ber of parliament and junior lord of admiralty In a speech at Hastings this evening said he be- a movement la direction of local self- government for Ireland was imminent and that important concessions would be made to land Jan Gladstone relumed to Hawarden to-day after a long interview wilu the marquis of and Earl Cork and has postponed hU immediate engagements OCCUPATION OF Jan 22 Special from man colonizing is making rapid progress on the western coast of Africa An official report was received stating that a German ex- had formally annexed In the country a few miles north of This action to have been in an witU which country has hitherto claimed a protectorate over Oils region A report of a more sensational character comes Sierra Leone to the effect that the flag has been hoisted in the interior of that country which has long been held by England This news If confirmed may lead to serious cations with England as she will be Indisposed to give up any portion of tho fertile of Sierra Lebne or allow Germany an outlet to sea the coast possessions MOTES Jan The sub-committee of the reichstag to which was referred a proposal to subsidize a line of mail steamers recommends lhat tenders be Invited for a fifteen years contract to carry malls to eastern Africa and Australia The conditions that the steamers shall sail at least once a and that their minimum speed shall be eleven and one-half knots an The to-day referred the bourse tax proposals to a committee of twenty-one f 1 from TOLL Ronde Bivej Ogn Jan 20 1885 To THE OF THE At a bout P M as John Snyder and Wn were driving from the ct the B M C W B Co to the of F A the road this iand they crossing track with one car a car d Vanger attached came dashing up the I road with speed without giving usual whist the bell to warn of horses killine away the wagon tongue ande.iure front enc of the throwing both Snyder and Meachain into the snow but most singularly doing no tily injury net even leaving a Scratch J upon persons as a of escape Had tie team been six inches i f ahead both p must ha ve in- killed There Is a curve cut ending just road crosses tbe railroad track and a train coining ut the track cannot he seen but a short trom the Had the whistled Just before on as be Entered Um CLI the accident could been avoided due of the horses was carried forty j yards and thrown to one side of the track while I the luine upon the until was three yards from tlie place of tlie accident it was removed The horses were a very valuable pair and the property jof Mr Foster K Antidote smart Atock who maWs abortive to edit the little patent squeals ike a stuck pig we have thown political He to be horrified because we liquor and have a red noie th JB hoping to draw dust in the eyes of I But It won't The people know that here is I no more to him than there is to a sock without any that is just nothing nose is our own and we pay for onr in Lard money let the patent outside nua put this In hie pipe and emote It boil proposals regarding Egypt are i That Turkey agrees to recognize tbe loan of the expenses nf the expedition shall be defrayed by tbe that lish occupation shalf con li one at least eight and shall not exceed two years that sultan will native tribunals of that stall occupy certain ports on t be Bed sea arid that CM tight of Egypt to treaties snail be modified It Is stated the dispatch of 8000 Turkish troops to depends the acceptance of them proposals BETWEEN AND Jan Pall MaU Qtiette pu nn ler reserve purports to be the ot ar agreement between England and Turkey regarding the government The paper snys the agreement provides that troops shall Egypt with the ex- ception of the ports of A fort Bald and Suez which England will con- to that Turkey shall undertake to in the interior after the capture of Khartoum that England shall retain SOUK on the Bed tea and at on don tbe Soudan to that Pasha khedive of Egypt aball be deposed sultan of to appoint u his stead a pasha who does not be- long to tbe family ol All A fWUf TRADE Jan the well known wrr er ut ny In a tlon lo the urges England and Holland the only remaining free Trade Irak themselves together in a customs like the German and combat the protectionist reaction in Germany France and The is made in the com- that Holland and Belgium accept the Ens Ish tariff and thereby overcome the only real to the A BLUFF Jan In a leading on the relations cf England and Eu- rope The chief is whether or Europe shall way or whether they tban compromise tEar opposing claims We are convinced that win yield It the of Europe hi given with necessary em- The writer tlie decadence of England's power Only us show onr the article aij England will eur- world with her AMD The ette of this city de- clares that England and Italy have signed a treaty providing that occupy the from to Obok a distance of m les England nto agrees to support of should Uie question will favor th 3 creation of an Italian colony Ir West the same paper soya Is giving moral support to England's K policy Bismarck said he the control clauses at the measure were too He announced that the government woald participate In the discussion of the committee BUTE BOOK BERLIN Jan bine book will be Issued by the German office containing official correspondence and acts which the annexation by Germany of the Admiralty Islands the Islands ot New Britain and New Ireland portion of New Guinea AT Jan store con- a quantity of cotton wood coffee and sugar burned to-day Lose a ter of a million dollars Adjoining were damaged by water to an equal amount THE BERLIN Jan court physicians an- to-day that the emperor continues to Improve and at noon was quite hearty THE OCCUPATION OF Jan report is current that General Stewart has occupied This lacks official confirmation but it Is generally be- as Stewart forward the greater part of his forces Immediately after the victory Saturday near the Abon Klea vrella It Is highly probable also that all the rebels who have been stationed at left that point to take part In Saturday's engagement and it la unlikely that they and made a stand at so soon after the decisive de- feat The government has telegraphed public congratulations Wolseley and Stewart OPINION LONDON Jan newspapers in commenting on the recent battle near the Abou Klea wells express the opinion that the expedition lead to an English torate over Egypt as It Is unlikely that England will withdraw from Egypt after three i expensive OP PROMISEE KOBTI Egypt Jan A sheik of a tribe came to Korti to-day He had beard of the British victory He promised him plenty of camels A HALIFAX N Jan Herald a long Interview with the of the Senator E P Orant That man charges that Logan a farmer of Pictou secured advances to the extent of on bogus drafts from the cashier of tta bank known to the directors The cashier after good of the amount was dis- missed The bank will suffer a loss of at least It bolls at present bogus paper besides of Logan's commercial paper i j i HUE VAN ZANET PARIS Jan Van Zanit will be leading lady for season In opera at the Gaiety commencing 6 will pear In Mignon and TRIAL OF ANARCHISTS PARIS Jan trial of anarchists con- with the Salle riot has portere of Lc Tempt and Le were fined for refusing to give evidence i Jan was given an ovation on his return to Madrid There was a torchlight procession from the railway station to the palace Many sentinels and travelers In Spain have been frozen to death Peasants have been sued into villages by wolves lilt Bin IK NOTES Jan dispatch from Shanghai MJS a Chinese s lias ascended the Yang Native that the readily acquiesced in the treaty be- tween Corea and Japan The Indemnity to be paw Japan by Gorea has been to Saw FLi t HOISTED ii Jon from Melbourne stah that the of the has hoisted UB British flag over a the eastern of A In a speech at delord tins evening lira ted that It was thete would lie an earSy of meLt to discuss Egyptian affairs A Jan Lowell American ler presided at n meeting the Society of Arts his ing Mr delivered a ture on Labor and wagts In America He likely to initiate tree nue and that the government was more likely A A 1 A followed ir the course of which Lowell observed that hit prevented him from expressing an on the subject bS he would sa HENRY PROVOKES A BELFAST Jan Henry lectured before tlie Belfast Land Society night At tlie of the lecture a dis- was created and great disorder en- sued A motion for a vote of to was by the uproar and the fas The hall WM cleared 1 y police AKD WIPE pElji.Evii.LK Out Jan tran living at hme Lake a chair her The girl's mother ran to the nearest neighbor's mother died exposure and 1 West Australia Jan accountant of a branch of the Bank of West Australia found in the bank assassins escaped i TO THE OP THE Jan J president ot minister of the in- Is to increase Hie board of began IBB o the board d a THB YOBI Jan In ol
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