Oshkosh Daily Northwestern (Newspaper) - January 18, 1893, Oshkosh, Wisconsin The Daily O'CLOCK 1'. M. JAN. 18. TWENTY-SIXTH TWO MITCHELL LEADING HVt llaK Oil Of oil tft of Jan. situation Is becoming more ex- as thti time for the caucus It looks today as though Mitchell was leading the Knight contingent says that they are in us good position in contest today as they were a week The men are not claiming a heavy vote on the first few say have a reserve which will enable them to Jf Knight or Mitchell the Bragg following that it means the nomination of the Fond du Lac and they are content Iti hold the balance of power until the break They predict a siege of con- length with a strong bility of their and certainly stands In a good at The Mitchell men are following Knight's land grab record in northern Wisconsin quite and tho Knight melt are ing loudly of the demands upon the present administration made by tlie the Bragg men go around and al tempt to pluck the support of members over whom the two are If an estimate were to be made upon the showing of strength it would place al at Knight at Dodge of Racine ill. Attorney O'Connor al. 4 with a prospect ILat tho doubtful ones will ao to The Dodge and 3 will go to the same make Mitchell's strength or lacking only four of enough to Tins is as encouraging Milwaukee man as it is blo to make it. as It is well known that Bragg's followers are very while it is said that Knight's men will not go to Mitchell Mr. has but jittle reserve strength to work his cause is not in a very hopeful Jan. the senatorial the Knight men claim not to have lost a vote through Hie work of flic Mitchell contingent though it dot's look as if tlie Milwaukee man has a slight Bragg also he lind lost of his men in the but it is can not show up than Many are out of town at- tending ihe funeral of the late State Senator hence light is nut so exciting at In the appointment of assembly committees tlie members of as Mr. is placed on the committee on incorporations and the committee on labor and Mr. Luscher is made of the committee on insurance and und Mr. Tucker Is on the Mr. also has a. on committee on tive M U Y O IT. a In New p. N. Jan meets in join to elect a t session States rank e Democratic out of KiO on the Ed w aril will get every One In living Ml ST. Jan. 18 This city will shortly have In operation the largest aluminum factory In thu It is now In course of construction near the In the southern section of and the purpose for which the structure Is Intended was only developed today by the giving out of the contract for the steam This plant has been arranged to yield un output of pounds of pure aluminum per and ts regard the estimate as a very When I; Is that the present output of aluminum in the world is than per tho of new works will be seen to be very Hitherto little or no ilium has been made In thiM und Ihe establishment of the new industry will ment for a huge number of men aud obviate the necessity of a. deal of The of the enterprise that arrangements have been for the profitable placing of a large of their projected at HIH Pacific Hotel in Jan. 18 The members of the western association of California are keeping open house at the Grand Pacific today to com- the of gold in California on January 18-13, and also the fourth anniversary of the of the The latter now has over 100 members in- several uf Chicago's wealthiest and most Influential P. Ouster is doing tlie of the and amongst others present are Benjamin K. a member of the Prof. A. J. of Andrew Ashton of and several pioneers from Michigan ami Tonight the veterans will wind up the festivities with a York Itar N. Jan. At this moi session of tho annual con- vention of the State Bar the substitution of a more accurate and reliable system of engrossing hills by the legislature was together with the question of uniform examination for law students seeking admission to the and the delay in publication of the the sessions laws hy tlie state Short papers upon the the judiciary convention of last which was rejected by the legislature written by ex Judge George F. Hon. J. C. Judge Leslie Hon. I. and Col. Elliott Sheuard were This evening tint members of the together with judges of court of and the of the supreme will be entertained by Flower at the executive senator to There are votes in the joint and tirm of Grover Clevel of tine of Jle Mini N. Jan. Th of the judgment of the former court in tlie case of the people vs. Carlyle This was an appeal from a Harris of Ilie The de- who was a student at the College o' Physicians Surgeons In York Indicted by tlie grand jury In New York city in fur causing death of Helen Nell a at the school for young hi New tier six containing t as a cure for of which her Harris il to the under an months before she were a short the day riei liy the girl's mother public LICK IS night liau The now again In a very small like n of or eighth In a telescope it is round and con- with small The mi- its at twenty-eight seconds tif an Tills which singularly well when by Holmes lias And all but melted into excessively diffused and in N. A ballot for United senator today resulted us KOII Muir IT. and Oliver 1. balloting was and on the ballot 12. Casey 7, son 10, Muir land 3, and 1. is the Democratic Muir of I DKS Jan. A. has bren here for use of the In connection with n factory railed tha National University of To a New NKW Jan. bers of the produce are voting today on a Sew which Is an interest to commercial throughout tho It provides that any joint stock tirm or individual who shall be accused of any ings inconsistent with just and able principles of of any tion of any commercial usage by the shall be moned Ilia complaint tee to and if the appears to be tiie board of managers shall prohibit the offender from representation on the and shall also punish any member who may in such case act on the door for A heavy vote being polled the probabilities are that the amendment will on Ilir Coal Jan. mous report of the special committee of thu house which Investigated the Heading coal was tt d to i house It n means of protecting pendent coal operators that the inter- state commence law be to meet the effect of the and derisions anil I hat the long and haul clauses ije applicable to which urn used for The committee gives opinion us to the of that they aie liable fur punishment under the provisions of Ibu hut feels justified in saying full pf the of the govern To opf n O. Jan. largely attended is being held here today for the purpose of urging upon tho imperative necessity of opening the strip anil Indian hinds to ment without are present from most of the lending in the south and ng live from the club of Kansas A delegation will be go to Washington io the upon the sub- Hy Charles Green of has com by Governor Peck as cap Tain and adjutant of the Second Jan. Miss daughter of Mrs. yesternoon at her home on Ihe of Tho funeral will he held tomorrow morning from Mary's at nine Carey Is sick with Jan. ja of Princeton's and of late Miner T. the noted Chicago coal shipper and tr Miss daughter ol ex-Mayor ol this was solemnized p Ninth loss fully Insured Fire destroyed the aiu of G. Van On fero last Loss about nearly covered by HALF MAST UA V KH HIM All The Jan. 18 dent U. died suddenly last at Tim an- was entirely unexpected on account of reports given out during the day that his condition was lot so and that was long last words spoken to tlie family physician enow I am going whore Lucy The funeral services will he held and tha body will be laid to rest liis beloved wife in wood news of the of dent Uayes was received this ng by the citizens with great The whole city is already in ug and Mags at half testify to he regard with which the general was Telegrams of condolence tire pouring in from of from all parts of the Arrangements for funeral have lot been but It will be held The Legion and A. will ably have charge of it. The funeral arrangements have 11. jeen placed in the hands of Col. S. The services will be very Dimple and will be held at the family at three o'clock on Friday The will be very to those at the funeral of Mrs. Rev. J. W. if the Ohio will conduct the and the local G. A. R. will probably have some simple Gen. Hayes was at Delaware and Mrs. Hayes received part of her After Mrs. Uayes erected a simple monument of Vermont on the family with a blank space or his own and in compliance vith his wishes he will be laid beside lis life Among received are those from President the living of Mr. tlie tale ind Governor Paulson of The living members of Mr. cabinet M. lohn Alexander than R. W. D. M. and Carl Especially touching were the tele- rams of received lis old army friends and soldier throughout the Many Intimate friends called at the louse of mourning during the day to tender their sympathy and W Jan. the notion of Senator after a cln eulogy of the late R. it. the senate Phc house after a short session after eulogistic remarks iy Mr. Haynos and Ai a special meeting this an order signed by the was reciting the services anil private virtues if ex-President It was that the buildings be draped in mourning for thirty ind that public business be on day of his Suitable anil naval honors and and General will go to representatives of ihe The death of ex-President Hayes caused a decided shock in he here The fact is re- tailed that Ins appearance tlie last Army en- whon hit and General so lately cheered continuously along the linn of march during flic Ohio Republican association will holti a mooting this evening to appropriate The Re- senate caucus was called for but will bo postponed out of respect to the memory of tlie Rutherford U. Hayes had an tive ami Important Ho was born in Delaware Octo- ber 4, 1S2'J. After receiving a col- education at Kenyon he studied law In Col- With the preparation lie thus received he entered the law school of Harvard where he graduated with Ho began the practice of his profession at and much s cess that ho was appointed as tor of that genial manners and abilities made him exceedingly popular in practice was rapidly growing when war of the rebellion Ho was then just thirty-nine years In prime of his and on- many Important but call for troops was the signal for him to the gown and don of the Ho proffered and on the 7th of 180 was appointed major of the first Ohio Infantry Ilis were with Rosecrans in West and for a time was advocate on that general's In 1802, ho to a lieutenant continued to command during tun spring campaign In Virginia Ike under until he was wounded ttt the battle of South lie was appointed of the Ohio in same but was prevented by his wound from assuming and was transferred back ils former Ilie De- cember 25, 18iiS, he was placed In of the 1st vha und Id it until victory at Winchester in 1804, when he took com- nand of the leading it hrough battles ut the now editor of the Voi k relates this of Col. Hayes at the battle jf lin was leading his nen when suddenly they upon a morass some sixty yards the water was and in some overgrown with heavy strong enough to bear the weight uf a while the bottom was soft and This seemed impassable obstacle and the whole line Not so Colonel He im- mediately spurred his horse into the under a thick fire of artillery ind When about half vay across the animal mired and then the colonel dis- and waded being the irst man to All through the he was exposed men fell all around and lis adjutant fell by Ills In 1804. Colonel Hayes was appointed brigadier general for gallant and meritorious services at he battlis of Fisher's ill and Cedar In tlie spring if he commanded an expedition Against West and was en- d in it when the wai he was promoted to be general for gallant and dis- He was engaged n much servere service an 1 in many but always lore himself the of the war he had been elected a of and in isoo was by a handsome Although he was a good and had often pleaded the al Hayes sat in congress hren sessions without making a ingle elaborate He wits for bis fidelity to Re- convictions soundness In 1807 he was nominated by his party of and after a spirited in which he took an active and which was complicated by he negro suffrage he was over Allen G. Thurman by a of in a total poll of thus escaping de- He was renominated at the lose of his term hi 18G9, and again by a majority of 7.518 over George H. In 1872 he was beaten for congress by iberal In 1875 he was gain nominated and ior for the third In 18YO hu was placed at the head the presidential ticket by the Re- The national of that year was hot and furi- and ttre the vote nd contest is a matter of As is weli known a was appointed to investigate he certificates of qf the lectors of certain southern commission consisted of fifteen nen of national prominence and at he conclusion of their investigation vote was S to 7 in favor of the of the Republican scouring the election on larch Mr. flayes by a majority over Samuel J. the democratic The ration of President Hayes one hat commanded the and con- of the entire Without or public larade the nation's affairs were with such ind simplicity as silenced his foes ami eft no room for At the of his term of ho reins of power with the ame quiet dignity with which he had and retiring to his ortner home in his and peaceful by is loving and happy He had enjoyed excellent health until his and fatal illness caused udden and unexpected termination his earthly Stole Jan. IS Peter a was arrested for robbing several months there have leen complaints uf missing letters contained Thefts of increased to such an that Inspector came and went to with the confined lis attention tp vate He got away with iver 800 arrested ic made a has Heretofore borne an He to an old and re- family and is the r of John He has been in service as carrier since lie s the third man caught pilfering the mails in this In us Jan. IS The girls of college to present in April or May at opera house They will make use of the very latest theories in regard to the Greek stage and drama and reproduce tlie old tumes and stage The Interesting feature of the play will be that girls will represent male The girls will reproduce an cient Greek and of course carry on the dialogue in the w 111., Jan. nor Altgeld morning sent the nominations to the Railroad and warehouse W. of Thomas of C. F. of commissioners of the state of H. K. of fX of They laid the A resolution congress to repeal the World's fair Sunday closing law came up as After able debate and voting down one or two the resolution was adopted by 20 to 10. A resolution calling on to pass the anti- option up as special but was referred tw the committee of federal relations by to a strict party 'the Democrats in the Among the bills introduced today are the Appropriating for an asylum for the to promote the health of persons en- gaged in manual prohibiting the employment of aliens as deputy special policeman or special to prevent the ment of armed After other unimportant business the senate ad- j In bills were presented for the appointment of a state board of road commissioners and to provide for the construction of hard for the regulation of stock charges and for a com- mission to report on the humane method of and whether the penalty U sary for the security of of of Sioux Jan. gressman who was chairman jf the committee on at Republican state convention a year ago and drafted the Republican has come through the in a strong advising the ican party in Iowa to abandon convention this year id adopt a local The Journal has always been an ardent supporter of and this change of front has occasioned great surprise here and in ern Republican politicians that it has defined the policy of the party for this year and that the will adopt a local option The editorial opposes re- a subterfuge and is for local Cholera at ST. a young German in com- iany with four other n the train Monday night and the mdy was brought tp this department received notice by but on receiving the corpse Coroner was much surprised lind evidences that death had re- from least the bore much resemblance to lie dreaded plague and steps were taken to thoroughly dis- the body and all the accompanying it. other four were allowed to continue in Jan. Mrs. A. F. of a prominent cii ueu of Hardm has ust died at Union of what s said to have been leprosy n its most malignant She had been bed and utterly helpless for a of her body finally distorted and that she scarcely resembled luman Part of her her aud portions of her r limbs had been eaten away by the ravages of the terrible Iowa 111., capitalists and business nen of Marshalltown have zeil the fc Southern Railroad company mil articles of incorporation were It is proposed to extend lie Winona Southwestern from Usage through great coal of and to connect with tlie tig lines of the Them is interest in the proposed u Jan. a murderously his room mate in a in him n tlie chest and slashed him in thn fate several making his most then pulled out a revolver and made three attempts to shoot his The revolver each time Jarvi was belli in o 111., Jan. destroyed ihn home of thp Twentieth street Michigan at o'clock last a loss of 000 on the buildings and An employe of the club dropped to bo the the ono H jj and fours are entertained that and another also a was severely burned about the hands and ut NEW Jan. IS Thg riage of Annie one of the reigning belles of the Crescent and H. Russell of waukee today at Trinity Episcopal church in the presence of a large The bridesmaids and groomsmen prominent society buds and lors of this Milwaukee and The The lowing are the weather Indications for the twenty-four hours following 3 Wisconsin colder by day colder in y ire In Jan. building occupied by dresser si fully Snow Storm ill Jan. 18 The heavier snow fall in for this section has been raging for the pas twenty-four hours without any sign of The loss of stock bo from IS In joint session today legislature re elected Senator Cockrel I to senate by a vote of 109 to 49 for Xo In 18 N change In the senatorial voto today m is body of Jung a Chinese ly chopped and lying in a pool of was found in his place A blood clotted a and a which had eeu used to slay were found ear Jung Jack who arrived rom Kansas City was oolly washing his hands in the place hen the police He was with blood from head to He was arrested but denied all of the saying he ound the dead body on fter an hour's It is be- eved ho is a highbinder and camo ere especially to kill the murdered HAINED IN A BARN tKK round ill U K. lift Kill of Jan. wife if A. who came here was u a barn on lad spread the that ihe woman was insane and would soon be sent to in She proved to It Js d thai and a who us have to iut the woman out of Is under arrest and the jail is guarded as there are threats f or a at secret ng of district No. 3, of of is being held here with F. dis- rict master and ame is with the recent conspiracy against the workmen at pre- It is understood that the situation at is the to bfi by the a special address having been to all the local assemblies to end delegates to consider measures or regaining every inch of ground during the recent ud select men who he good order had would be firm to ions and principles uf the Knights of Struck hy a Train in 3NCK, 1.. Jan. a rossing near Lonsdale on the ence Worcester early ais a parly was truck by a freight and eight instantly Sixteen thers were of whom eight r ten will Among tlie dead are Ir. Robert Henry Annie Mr. and Miss the driver of the and young lady whose was not Heavy Wheat Stocks at Jan. is wheat in to the the uth board of trade thun lias ver been in There are in 10.017.000 bushels of wheat and of other There is bushels more nan ever All ators arc ng received and taken into a shod ued for the will hold bout a million bushels more and will full in a few Orders have sent out to ship no wheat and tlie tide of gram has iy much that the of the last seven days luis only The only of tlie trade r is the small of low crade There will he bushels of wheat ivady or shipment in ilie y is that the lottery HIS granted a charter from the of ami will Is business to that at the of ils which will 1. The nre of tlie concession is the granting if the right to lay a cable line and a concession for a line from ny ports on tiie coast to any port of The ran as a consideration or the of the is to free use of the cabin and p and to a million lollars in American gold coin and granted a percentage ot from ono to per cent on face valuation of tickets sold by right in Jan. Dec's Lincoln When the net iU in joint session to vote a United States hot tisan light over the a joint which was still n progress at The trouble lias linally been settled and a ballot was taken with tlie owing 33; is. The a in ST. Jan. C. K. avis was in joint session of the legislature Mr. secured the place by a bare having 83 votes of Mr. Mr. and the others were to I was here by courier that ono of the many saloons on a road leading from here to the San Juan was raided by a band of dians Indians have been very ing around In close proximity to and been trying to chase hut United Slates kept loo watch Oil the to allow them 10 sell a run by a about miles from attacked by .i band of about lifty Indians by ami all the contents carried ple in tlie at the Most of them prospectors on their way to the San Navajo who some told the the red rnen must have some The in the were around the saloon on the saloonkeeper refused to sell liquor a signal was given and about half Indians dismounted and carried away the grog in the The s realizing how futile it would be to any allowed the Indians to have their own way news of the raid great excitement among people in ihls tion of this country with the character of tlie N'a Jt is now feared that with lots of the many threats of the Indians against coming on their reservation will now Ue carried The Indians over since tlie boom commenced have displayed a most sullen disposition and Lave thwarted prospectors in every A bloody battle enis inevitable between redskins acd There are about 8.000 people now in the camp aud only one white of the art out of provisions and arc in a If a battle occur the Indians will have but little EGYPT 18 HUMBLED liU UKK Tit The Khedive In. una 1'roiii. lit tliv Jan. flurry in Egyptian political affairs has The Khedive receded from the pendent position taken by and hereafter Great Britain will control tilling of the Egyptian cabinet of- whose ment as president of the council caused to protest ami to send an has resigned and with the consent of the British Pasha was appointed in his The khedive promised not to again make any change In tho cabinet without British Reported that the Hunk of Come llama Jan. Is stated that a deficiency of exists in the branch of the bank of branch cashier has been arrested and one of director has one rumor says to the United rumors are the Bank of and the police have the directors under for fear run and the of Rome has been negotiating with the National bank for u it is tha general was the owly of salvation for the of Financiers are greatly ed and depositors are in a worried state of as many of them will be ruined if tho of Rome CAlliO TV Floating Ice Fills the Jan. special from The sippi river is full of floating ice bergs from Cairo to Vicksburg aud the prospects for navigation for the next three weeks are exceedingly All of the boats in the Memphis trade have been withdrawn and placed in safe harbors and they will not placed in commission ain until ail danger from ice is re- The suspension of the river traffic has caused widespread tion throughout this section of tlie Mississippi Thousands of negroes been thrown t of employment and dreds of them are on the verge of The municipal and a number of wealthy have taken to establish places in different portions of the city soup and lunches will be to the destitute free of until they can find Re- ports from other points along the river disclose an alarming condition uf At New and Gold the negroes been driven to peration from Scores of them have become highwaymen and to secure money to keep body and A similar state of. exists at several points betow The and Cumberland rivers are frozen over from the head waters to the Obio for the first time in thirty At the ico is. three inches thick in Tennessee river and the water are frozen A water famine prevails and if a fire should break out the whole would be Will More Jan. trade en- gaged in the building line in Chicago will make a demand for increased pay April 1. In addition to the de- mand for an ease ui wages all the vill tin an with contractors to union men In their line; of these demands already been decided on by tiie building trades and only awaiting ratification by tlie unions represented in that central So far as the refusal to work men is that point has been practically as tiie delegates to the council have already been in- d by their unions to insist upon that stipulation in ture agreements The individual unions are at with tlie question of what in- crease in wages will be asked under the jl Work of a Hangman ac Jan. Mac Ewan was hanged here this for the murder of a After committing the he slashed his own throat but doctors managed to save his life for His neck had not perfectly und the drop of seven feet proved too much for ic and nearly tore the victim's head off. blood rushing in from tlie recent making u ble Afraid of yellow Jan. Isabella has withdrawn the provisional ise to open Columbian exposition at because if she visited the United States she would have to the Spanish dependencies of and Porte where yellow fever is always of which she has a mortal dread Intense Cold in Jan. cold prevails throughout In tub north the mercury All bors are ice bound and steamers due last Saturday have not yot The State Court nil rival claims of Secretary of State acting and John E. who was elected governor in November anil who went through the form of qualifying and forcibly en- tered the state house on December has been passed on by the state supreme It holds that the provisions of the Osborne could not qualify till the first Monday in Therefore Barber is ihe legal governor up that There is a bright prospect at ent for the of the new druK tiie plans for which were abandoned before tlie A Chicago gentleman has been in the city the few days who is willing to in in the viding local are to invest money in U is thought that the in tlin will be revived plans made soon for the of such a Hah a Solar Jan. E. C. Getzinger has invented a new solar which lie lias just pre- sented to thn consideration of tho Michigan Astronomical and a of Washington The feature of thn system is the sun he is a groat ring of molten of a The he asserts is inside tlie ring in and outside in He that the stars planets about this one and that is no other solar During the exposition ef this theory ho ran against of tho and the theories of Copernicus and His hearers took small stock in tho but have granted him another opportunity io make himself on a New Vork Opera NEW Jan. decree of foreclosure of a for 000 on the Metropolitan opera house in favor of the Bowery Savings has been by the supreme Jan. the ate the in tors tin P by vote of rejected the railroad pooling provision of Mr. Culloms and the thus will report To Confirm Senator Jan. has aone Washington to in the Catholic faith the daughter nf United States Senator In KT. 1 bail wreck is reported al on ihc A Chicago Two passenger trains collided und six cars containing a hundred passengers were is said that nobody was killed The umber of injured is not mid I Jan. was und his fatally injured by their being struck by it. Portland railroad train near yesterday after- The sleigh was demolished and one was Froio a SAX Jan. a wholesale liquor fell from the seventh story of the Mills building Monday afternoon and WIMI almost Instantly Ilis only daughter married the about two Minor William engineer at ford's mill was badly injured day in moving an electric William residing in the town of died this morning of general aged seventy-two Tiie funeral will be held morrow afternoon at two o'clock from the At a meeting of tho Crescent club L. H. was elected to active The Creamery company has Hied the capital stock being The In- are George S. C. A. Wilson and B. B. County liar tion will at the of Hooper Hooper Saturday afternoon for the purpose of sending to the state convention at uary 2'5. Messrs. John New James and H. R. were at the mont A. 15. Hooper has received wortl that the Whist club come to this city Thursday tho local will hold a regular meeting that William W. Burdick died at afternoon at his 8fid Main aged All the furniture dealers ou north side of tho signed an agreement to close their of business at six o'clock on Mondays and from now until April 1.