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   Evening Gazette, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1883, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                             gjforh H. 0, Lawton Has received To-Day, by Express, 700 Pieces of Hamburg and Swiss Edgings! ALSO A FINE LINE OF Point Lace! THese Goofls are all New Styles anil Patterns, NEW YOKK STOKE VOL. I.--NO. 13. CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1883. PRICE. 3 CENTS. INHUMAN SAILORS. Freiih Developments in Connection with tbe Loss of the Cimbria. The Officers of the Sultan Placed in Jail and the Vessel Seized, Ktttcuc of n Few More I'ufortunatea After Hours Spent in the ley Water. ban produced profound sensation. Thoy found that tho partner of tbe decoded man, Dr. Wliitmarith, denirinj! to dishonontly tlirUHt him out of a partnerahip, infamously availed himyelf of a fulHe charge of uanu-ult brought anaiiidt Dr. Edwardfas by a woman, aud Bo wrought upou hifl mind that he be- Ciimo inwine, and whiln in that condition poJH- onod himHflf with pruawic acid. daily effurtri have been made to lyueh Dr. Whit- marHli, and tiib villa at llounnlow atttwrkod liv 11 mob. The Uut of lint'ortunate vii-tim. after he took leave of hip wifo ami children, WITH: "May God curao llichnel an invocation which haa appar- ently bofn aijHwered. Public opinion fully the which carrion with it, per- haps, H'reiu it u-eight of rutribntiou as over measured out hy a corone.r'H jury. JAY GOULD. (The Slwc Prude, tflulesale MaBiiQctniers of FIE SHOES. Comer First St. and Second CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA, We Kaanlactnre For tlie Eelail Traie Aiiil Have NO SECOND-GRADE ARE SO-CALLED. Tlielr mtiKuiliceut new Ktore bt-luK at L-orncr I SKCONU STKKKT AND SKCON1) A VKNl'K i Sprii Snitiiss ii EJepit Patterns Alrefldy received, to nrrivo duriUK luoath i READY-MADE CLOTHING, j Hats, Caps. Neckwear, Etc j Agents for the celebrated j WILSON IIKO.'S NH1ICTS. I Remember tlie Nobbiest Store in in Colder's uew block, just iioross from Postoflice. FRANKTOUT, Jan. 28. Frankfurter Journal Hays the ofticere of tbo atoamor Sultan havu boon placed in jail. LONDON, dinpntch from Hamburg eaye tbe steanior Sultan haa boon acizod by the police. Her cuptaiu asderte that he waited at tho scone of tho disaster hralvo hours after the collision. Jxwuoy, Jan. captain of a Htoamor which arrived in tho Hum bur from Ham- burg the following BiateLUuDt at tho roqueat of tlje captain ol the steamer Sultan: Sultan had made an minenally rapid pannage, and flighted Borkuni light between 1 and 2 o'clock Satur- day morning. Tlio weather wao hazy, aud after becitmo vory fofiy. Thy oiiBiuotf were eased to dead alow aud tho utoam kept sounding every few eocoudb. The unp- taiu aud chief ollicor word on tho bridge, and twenty-three hauda wore looking out forward. Suddenly the groat light and masthead of n atoamur appeared two points off tho a tar board, and tho captaiu of the Sultan thought the ap- proaching aumuor would kuop her conrrfo, and go clear. It was noticed, howovor, that she Huildouly ported aud caino n round rapidly. It too lato to do anything but ntop and ro- vorte, which waa done. By tho timo tho en. ginua had rovolvod once tlio captain noticed the other etoainorV port light coming rapidly to- ward the Sultan. The next witli ihu great way tthe had on, alie caught the .SnlTJiir? bowsprit on her pon fore-rigging, taking her right arouud. Thero wan grout uu board tho Sultan, an it was fearod the so much larger vensol would her. The Sultun'H crow hailtU the Cimbria ;o stand by, lull no re- j ply was received. Tin? partfil in tlie j fog and a necomis Intor the nf the niaie of thy Sultan HIIW tho Cimbri.t uji on tho othor Bide. iJe Ui ilio master TO gu full an turn. Tiim and tho Cimbria again I'rowi-d tin.1 Siihnu'ii and tliun An nf the Sultxifs tin1 itiipiT ;iart ul and uvm-ytiling lurwiint fmdboi'U drivun through tlie Uulkh'-iu! into ihi1 j the cri-w u UIUTU-.V Tho SulUn remained I.MI iho M'OTH; nvu lioiux j and tho captain hoard no Hound during ilio i whole timo. and waa severely bhiniiug OH.T- man captaiu uf ilio Ciralirut fur witliont having aHcertauiod Tliu SsiitjuiV injuriei-. j had uq idea tho Cimbna Inid foundered until he arrived at Hunt burg, liofuro the collision occurred ho ln-ard nonound from the I'imbriii'n whittle. M'hcu ho lirst saw hor thy C'imbria wan going at full He rfuppum-d the boamH rippuil opon tho Chubriu'H plates." HAMBUKG, Jan. Diamant, one of the steamera sent in woarch of tlio minting cers and crew of tho Oimbrin, arrived ywster- dtiy afternoon wirh wixttwn and one fireman of the ill-fated vt-.srH.-l. Tho H ate thut, after hiiving left- the Cimbria sinking, their boat wan cuj'.-tizi-d and tliey sought ix-fugo in bomo rigging o! tho Citnbna mill above water. They ro- inained in thin ponitiun ton Imuva, fruoziug from the cold, und expecting every minute to bo thoir last, until they wore ruuctiud 1'j a boat from tho 1'iamant Many of ttiowo who wore in boat when it loft Oimhru drowned upou itn and reaching the rigging, wore obliged to re- their hold and drowwd. Tin; describe the rtueno an hurribio and heart-rend- ing. All of thorn praine in tho highest terms the conduct of the cup tain and crew uf tho Cimbria, who never moved from thoir poHiH and diu every Hung in the power of man to save life until tliey tbeiuHelvos were ongulfod in the waves, Tho reacuod allinn that while thoy were ia rigging tho lights or the Sultan clearIv vimhiw, and that their for help mnatliftve been heard on board he Snlttan, which, iniitcad of coming to their rescue, steamed a way. Most of the survivors pronent a miserable appearance, baviug ovyrv- thing. Since laiuling horo overj'thing possi- ble haft done for thorn. Some Imve boon Bont back to their homes, und the remainder will continue their voyaKO j BERLIN, Jan. to accouotfl pulilinhod hfro, the women and children on j board the Cimbria wore placed firnt in the j txtatd. BoiitH I and 7 got oil1 clear, but No. wan so overcrowded ii CApoized. Trio i first officer hold burning torclieb while Uio pas- pongera wore entering the boato. Ho drowned. The third and fourth officers and K'uond engineer Thfe finrvivors dcrtcribo the momont of sink- ing HH a terribUr ono. The air was tilled with tho criiw of drowning hunUreds, who remained tlojtting a short time., until bonumlwd by tho water. In u few nil wan over. (tf the women on board tho Cimbria, onlv j tbreo wero aavud. One a young I'olittfj j girl who wus on her way to join her i !Anierica, with her aunt, who drownod before her oyen. Anothor girl saved hcrtolf by hold- j ing fant to the edges of a boat. Sho could only be dragged into itaftorcu hour and a littllH Up to tho labt moment tlio Hiir- He Talks about. Cables, the Southwest, lousiness and his >'ew Yacht NEW YOP.K, Jan. An interviewor haa had ;i talk with OouliL -Wh'it e-rcct will tho laying down of new oeuiiii c.ililun beiwoun this country n-nd Europe havo ou those controlled by the Uiuony" rrc-e country, nnd anybody can luy :i cable- who cluioses to do so. 1 duu't know that ciibluH are being laid, but I do know that rtiit'H has just been tented, und }irft- Qouneed to iiu in tlio very bent condition by tho The eight cubloa uonntetod with tin: Western Union ure capnUle of doing (ill thti mid more, too. By Dr. Mnh'hciira duplex fVrttijm, which we liavo judt udoptod, our facili'ifH aro pruetioully doubled, and wa can ilo ;IM iiiiu-h biiHinesrt its sixteen op- uii the jihiu. ML'ftHagu-i can bo each tit dine, as it. it> a curious fin-; thai Hit1 current t-n nicely that a. little than doubli1 the bunnies can bo done on inHtcaU of a little as on Ijl'.ld lilies. ''How dn matiers look iu tho btif-ii.csH in thu somhwoht are must exi-.-llent. All thn crops luer. year wt-rr c-xcelly.ir. and the ooMon crop is tlio larg- uvur Thf re is ttlyu a stuady and in- croufinj; iinniigratiou Arkannaa and Tin- ixnuitry down tliere will not hau- To dvj.t'iid on itKriniltnreivllogother, bin it rt'ill he i-iii'irlied 1'V lllC dcviMdpiiutut of the itidr.rttrv, aiid in tune munuractiirers will fonii'. New Orleans Piu-inc to the ruciiii: jiiHt been opeued, and it uur Texas I'ucitic looK- vt'i'y to my, as iudued the pr.i-ipect douH." "Wli.it your dpinion of tho outlook in Wall ulliii geiusral ItnuiuesH outlook is good. A.I in the it is jnut Mieli attaokn ad tlui: in r.-iiiiHylvaniii 011 the Wcstorn Union vitliH-s and civtifcs niic'ertainiy LOST ITS GRIP. eaay. Ho i election aoked about tho Hoar-Crapo The Weather Moderating atPoiuts in the West and Southwest. Mo Change in the Temperature in Wisconsin and Michigan. ILLINOIS. ROCKFOHD, Jan. The weather has been unprecedented. Yesterday at 7 a. m., tbo mor- cury mood 38 bfllow, and averaged 14 all day. is almost suspended, no 0110 being able to got about. A train from Froeport Htruck niiifl broken rails betwomi Per.'atonica and Winnebngo. Tho engine, one coach, und a baggago-car made tho niu to liockfoyi, leaving the ront of tho train tbora Ono niati watf found on tbo Chioagu it Iowa track nearly frozen to douth, but revived and iti out of danger. Frozen oara and other appendages are numerous. Iti faut, tlie inhabitants have never yoon anything liko it, IOWA. DAVEXPOHT, JaiL 23. Tho weather, which haa boon no intensely 'cold for the last few days. commenced to modorato a little relay, mid loot night tho thermometer wan only 7 dogreee bolow with no wind. Thu blockade on the Chicago, Koo.lt Island Pacific lasted only uutil ycaterduy morning, aud mont trains were put through, though witb'gruat diflienltv. On the Davenport lino of thu Chiwigo, Milwaukee A St Paul road, the tintiro divihion from Junction to Davenport, U" miles, ift cuinpleto- ly blocked, and not a wheel IIIIH moved on it. '1'huvo aru wiiliin a few niilon ol' city complorely iilled M'iih'snow, The JStirlington, Cedar JEnpidt! Nortliani IH btili blocked up, aud the Albert route trainu have not run aiticu laat Tho other are open. COUNCIL BLUFFS, -lau, Tho wither ban IJHCMI tho coldest in thin vicinity for many Tbo niorcury had ranged -1 to below At tho doaf and dumb a bbort from city, it down to :'At hclow. btiiJ dulayed fj-oni throe to live houvw DTI tbo LA POKTE, Iowa, Jan. Smulay night wan tlio cohk'Ht for yearn. Thu torod from ;ti to -10 be-low zeru. The ruilroadn are blockaded Ail trains on the linrhiiKtou, Cedar ItApide und Northaru have boon abaiidonod, ho said, "I will gire an opiuion. Your inquiry an to whether Crapo seut the telegram in favor of Hour aud with- drawing from the contest himself I will illustrate by a story. One evening in a parlor thero were assembled several ladies aud gentlemen. A small boy was also in their midst The small boy, addressing one of the ladies, said that she was one of bis pa- rents and at the same timo was his sister. The conundrum wab, How could that bo? The an- swer was, that the boy lied." :anee ohonld be fcopt distinct from the ieedd of thene unhallowed aasttsaiDH. Ho cug- that leava to attend popular meetings should only be allowed those of the clergy in whorto tvimlom the binbopn have dunceauublc to jruide tho uxcired anecinbly defoud tho must judiciouw courbftf. _ Tin.- clergy thuH conntituied guardians uf public curity and defeudern of tht.- L-omtuon weal, wilt be utility to the country in ita disturbed Btato. SENATOEIAL CONTESTS. ft Rends a Lecture to the Newspapers of j the TVest on their "Saturnalia of i Impertinence." who It-nd tnemsclvctrf to -tiuiiJj forget that -i the whulo country. My ab- th, if il' prices uro buoynnt in and duul't. Htock-jul.bing tnuisi tlic in sti'i Im-iivsH of ili IIIIH lu xtiii iittytliiiig t" s.iy about tho im- mediuto thf ivplicd Mr. Cioiild, with a rogninh uvinUl'.' nf hi? eye. "Yon Itnmv can't rtcti bo- voiid Uiu my nose in matttirs. If 1 could I wuuld to make u great deal of 14 .Mr. (inuJd, do you expert to leavti thu coun- try Mhortly ou au oxtwuded tour, au is re- portou'r" "i am building a boat. Mr, Cramp wanted to build Moim-tlitny 10 anv foreign boat, nud I tul.t liim to go nhwul Hiiil budd one. Ho is not ivntrieted in any wuy, haw a car ft m turn out stcmn he ran btiiiil, HtuI iti.- tul IMU hirt bill. If I like the boat I mav iHke a long trip m her. Tliu yacht will jx- cumpleti-d in the uiiildlo of Way, the attorney guuerui of rounsylvauia ahouid intor- foro. DAKOTA. Splitting up the Ilnse Territory. WASHINGTON, U C., Jan. tho "Muspviisiuti day" in IKMIHC a motion will madu to Mil-pond this ruk-H and pass tho bill for the division of the territory of Dakota. Mr. JJnrrowH lie ban eonmiltod wiMi Havarnl including Randall, Cui'lit-le and Hulmun, til! of whom aHHuro him thai iln-y will no! oppono pannage uf tlio bill. H'.id do nut think there will any opponi- tion from the Hide of the house, Tho qm.'riiioii not u parly one in any purlieulur, and lian no buurinK upon the ques- tion o1' mlniihrtion of (lie southern portion of tin.1 terriun'y ah ;L rftalo. Mr. nays tlit? iiicri'iiH'.'d lorritory, its und growing industry ure by- coming too givaf for n u-mtoriul form of gov- ernment, and if tho Houiheni pnrtinn of tUo territory i> not to Im admitted an state at ffst early d.tti1, it in uniy ti> tin; people of Tho non'lK'ni p >rrion of tlic trmtury ihar tlioy bo allowed Kt'ptvmio territorial government for Tbe.mh'.'ive-. the question IIUH no political bearing, and is conceded by nil to bu only nn act nf Ihe pooploof iho northern nor lion ol' tin- lerritory, .Mr, HUITGWH thinkw :Wo will be no ditnuiilty in punning the bill through thn houso. WISCONSIN. Jan. Tito umtic wave this part of thu country nn last, ac- companied by a HiiowHtbrm. Snndiiy iiiorn- iiig the thcrniometOi' X- bo- zero, and during tho day it rftood at do- prt-Of below. Yestord'iy nlornitig it :W greea below, and ihobig'iCrtt jioini renched wan 1 degrees liplow. Itailrosd traiun are bobind, uutil from thoHouth ban ro.tchyd huro nintt Sunday nf.i-niug. MADISON, Jan. Delayod railway truhiH on all linen prtiventud a pension or the k'giHiaturu. A nitijoritv of thy memhtM'n hunie hint l-'ridjiy afteniuon. The mercury yesterday iiKii'iiing marked -I- Iwlow zuro. IJuriug tho day it wan aUmt M below. NEW YORK, Jan. llio of Chicago and SL havo been in what they themrtdvoH woulfl call fv "satiinialia" of jmpertiiKMico about 3frH. Latigrry, which really would appear, from the point of view of civilisation, to inviU; tin: of the entire MalY of IhoHu jonrnalr, and which vuiy feebly requital! by tho whaking of tho Hat of -Mr. Frederick Gobhiml; under the none af a colniu-l con- nected witL the1 St. .Mm. Tjingtry the to a Chicago ruprtrtt'r that the hilling of piga, which id ihd chief for the HiijounM'i" in Cliii'iiyn, waa n. dreadful ordeal. which rtho WUH only to eudurf- b noting tho reHuinblnnce be- iwoL'n out) of thf- victinia and another ('hicaRO t'opoitor, wlio during nor rilay ondcavoiOil 10 11 thii Hofu in her filiitJK rootii. iixphiiiu'd the wuu ;t piirtivlilarly red it cluiir that thu n-pnrJi.T it ouild nut havo bvi.-n an companion 1'ur a ovyn ii' In: had kept hinin'-lf all iho timo tiC-cituUid undur i he HO fa, Hut it in pur- js'C'Jy rridtJiit thut whatever can bu doin; by waitdei'iiig and (lowti-KtiiirH uiul in the ludv'n utMiidtional prorimif and" SL Loiii-i id do, cnl- ojio! uita.riied TO n ISL Luuia iri or ought tu in jail on a charge of killing a man wh.un bi: hud Ucurci! inro him Whether tho other Mr. Ot'bhardt of iho author of sundry Mciirrili- tjt'f LangtiT in thu St Lunia not tne autliorpi' cliowe ncurrilitiog dui-'f no" to rlu.ii'. But n unite clour ilmJ ilu; of thuHy a JMUI.-II Win-Mi; piini-hmuLjL tlian that wliich Mr. (icblmrdt liiR'a'.iMiU'.l '.ti inllict upon thi.- Tlu- World ruprini.i conn.1 aud by uo the nioHi ilagraiit uf iho by thu St. Luiiiti paper to winch the colonel lias the niiplortnne to bu stUiched Mr. The XebraMkn SrimtorNhlp. LINCOLN, Jan. ballots were token yesterday for United Status senator. The tirst j ballot stood as follows: Ktickois, Anti-.Monop- oliflt, Thayur, Millard, Cowan, 14; Brown, '.t; Boyd, Malldorson, .Morton, and scattering. The second ballot differed but slightly from thu tirst i Tho meeting of the three parties lam night j failed to bring forth any definite action on thi- i senatorial election which stiil hangs. It j unite on.T.-imes Boyd, but nothing i they arc determined uol to advuiu-e their choiei.- 1 until tbe Republicans have advanced theirs. The liame state of affaire exists in the Auti- Monopoly camp. I .lliniiCMOta'M Itallnl. ST. PAUL, Jan. one ballot wan taken yesterday, reuniting: Windmn. 4-1; Bon, Mi: Cole, Hi; Duunoll, llubbard. '.I; Kindred, 5; Farmer, 4; Strait, (.'antic, Oilman, Armstrong, eueli 1. Total, The only development in tho senatorial i contest yesterday was the Kdveut of Senator Windom, who arrived laid in tin) afiornoon. The talk of a Sibin movement ,Vr. Vv'indom during thu evening had eouterom-e: j with D. M. Sabln, Speaker JFleicher and Uep resentutivo Langdon. E. K. LARIMER, WKOLT-VLE DEALER is Wagon "Wood Material Superior Barbed Fence Wire, Etc., Etc. eal Over Our List of Coiorftrto. DENVER, Jan. I ntill iimlocided. In niglit I'ittjn 'JO votop oo I.IK ditl j not roach thn: inttnhtr Un ihc thinllul I lot Tubur reoei voil On ilir ninth, tenth aim I liallote, Bnwon iwc'lvuil U if the gonoral thnl liuwun will n-ivivo the uoniitutnou. Tho I'ollowini; iw tin; b.-il- lot: I'itkio, 17; ti; Hammil lu, aud Boweu L'O. MIQHIGAN. DETROIT, .Tan. won.ther hero m in- i-old. tlio -S d'1- xero. ThuOniiiil Trunk (fuvincr- iy Lhvat Western) railway tniiiHt'crHltiiiiiK-r 1'ijeti 10 1'orno only two rivor. pciiL-nd m very nmrli Jo- pn-HHCd by tiitj cold, and the- thwitt-i's. with Kirong attractiouP, wore ntjuilj' ftiapty laat COI.DWATEU, Jan. wan tho day known hero for nearly twunty iho .wonting tlio thrtrmomctijr'indienTod dopreef butow zero, und it nearly below all day. At- sun- down the wind :uid iho cold waa not quittj iiO mto-jHO last evening. MDTKESOTA. ST. Jan. night wafl tho inonK-ter registered below, and priVKiu in- strutucnt-1' in an exposed purl of tlio city rang- ed several degrees luwor, from northern end points laot night give the fnlluw- bolow: BrainenT, 40 below; Grand 1'orks, W below; Winnipeg, IH below. The weather is a little milder. Tho intense cold practically suspended freight traffic Sat- urday aince which timo little Ii an been done. All the trains are abandoned on the Iowa it Minnesota. Tlie track if blocked all the way along. 'Hie River division is opon. The Chi- cago train ejimo in about three hours law. Freights are moving much shortened on ac- count of wheeling. Tho Omaha read, cant end ia open, and trains are running pretty clone on time. The went cud ia npeu dear" through. Freight are running irregularly on boths ends. Tlie .Manitoba freights are resuming. Tho Minneapolis A St. Louis trains, passenger and freight, have been abandoned ainco Saturday. I'reight trains can not rrm with regularity on all the roada before 'Wednesday. tlchiurik into pcrHoiiid iiNnaulU Gubhardt to he an Admirable or apostolic by any IIH-ILIIH. A man who a or iiiii oviii' a continent with tho i; licet of com- lier repufntion, even in the of tin: of Chicago aud uf tho edi- tor-nil colonels of St. IjOiiia, iniiHl by after the erTffit of hiw conduct Iian been m.idc known to him, to intend the q-ioiircy ol1 hi.- own iidionu, tut the qneftion whetluM' -Mr. is? a diuctvct imd y nutj slioiiid lw mixed up with tlie invii-ini: by 'h'.- pipy and thecoloiiflis Of Uu; pri- (.-very human bcini; li.'Hsi-.lamc-h not exuelly a credit to the atiitc ni .Mihrfoiiri. iJut tho higliwayman might have beet. :tt toi.c uf the uf St, i.our, hec.iiihc a newspaper must In? rosi'l atid or approved !iy a largo nr.mticr of pernona or it will tmt OtiiitintH" to In- pnbhaheJ. It' there is u con.iidcmblt; minority the people of MinMouri wl.o aro or it ir.ight be well for to divine method of caliiLg the at- tt'iitton of mankind to their exiuUjtica THE EEPSESENTATION QUESTIOJ, Jan. The Democratic caucus of members of the Ingii-latiire, :it were present, nominated Hon. John Martin, of fur United States rjcntitor, i TRENTON, N. Jan. R, WcPhor- I pon was nominated for United States senator j by tbe Democratic caucus last evuuiiig, on the fir.it ballot, Tlie I'.epiililican caucus last evening balloted for candidate for the senate, with th" fnilow- ing result: Oarrnit A. Holmrt I'.i, George A. Hulsey 14, nnd r'redcrie A. 1'otts The nuini- nation uf Mr, llobart was then made imaiii- inoua without objection. The LONTJOM, Jan. Times cays: It in evident that S.itiirdiiyV in Dnbliti Qnvciled a conspiracy to murder executive oflieera. Although the of tlu? ir.uion tlniH Tar have been kept wortbv dinoretion. it in not believcd the for the erown has bi.-pnii with the ntronpjs1 1 part of tho Th-j inquiry will bo pro- tracted several weeks. j DtmLtN, .Ian. an adjourned examina- i tion of the jeeu.-ed wxt Saturday. i a liu; or the K.uvr.mn-iit ollieials tr.nv- 1 der had will iirodin.-ed. O'Brien, tho minor of Lniic-d In-liinil. charged with seditious liljel had been commit- ted for trial. NVwspaper representatives wore refused ad- miHHiou to the exeeiitlon oT and Eiirrrtt for the murder of Farmer Brown.. Two further arrests in connection with tliv conspiracy to murder oflicinU have been made. Til Improved aud Unimproved Oity Froperty, Ami see if there is anything you want. I" vou "have auy idea of buying n home or ot making an investment, we can suit von,   iu tho tauk-houMQ, Then thoy dttuekcd the express car. Hero they were mot by u rapid from Dop- iiry'llnMti. tho muHHonper The fire wao returned hrinkly and thirty nhois wore exchanged, when thu finding the ro- mure apintorl rluui hud expected, and probfthly fearing ademonntrarioii on the Eart of the dfoaiuped. No one in uown to have hoen killod or wouodod. The paMtGugorw wore nut moles tod. TEE NEVEALL HOUSE I1EE. I DAKOTA. i QnAST) FORKR, woathor is clear j br.t cold. It is :i8 degrees zero, with a i light breeze from the northward. Tlie niorrury indicated 41! bolow at snnrico yesterday I There is no and very litijo riiia- j phdnt is heard. Tho exhilarating etTec-t of the i air on the spirits makes the body inseunihle to tbe cold except when riding. 1'raius arn all buhinil timo. FAKOO, Jan. weather is fair. There is no wind. Manitoba trains are only a few 1 minutes late. Western trains ou tho Northern I'acilii: are delayed by a dead freight engine west of-Taraeatown. Trains from SL Paul are reported an hour TEXAS. Fojvr Won-rn, Jan. This has boon the culilest simp known for many years. The weather is now moderating, and will cause no injury to cattle, whioh went inlo winter in tine condition, and it ia not likely that stoekmen will ttlttter any loas even if thxj eold Sheep sulferad pome whore unprovided with proper protection. Trains are delayed, but ttioro is no aorioup interruption. There ia no snow of any coiwoquonc.o, but plenty of ieo. DALIES, Jan. TUo weather modera- ting rapidly, tho temperature now being aitove freezing. KoporLs indicate that lambs and calvee suffered during tho late bliz- zard. Tho oxtont of tho loss is not known, but it is believed it will fall bolow tho esti- mate. by the iteptihllcnii Itut Xot Natisfurtorily. WASHINGTON, -Tan. A-'Hiatant Soeri'tary New. of tho troasury department, a member of tho national Republican that tin: fliinHtioii of repreeenbirion ban boon rfuttled iri yet the plan du- eidod upon is generally factory. He that at tho December meeting of the Committee, tlie aubjfvit would be broupht up, when a plan fur ft oquitahlo ropro- avUtiition for future couvontiouu would be pro- po-M-'d. Ho a plau by which u Jtypubli- c'OTivention shall represent IvepiililiouiiHin, i so a8 not tn yivc so niiiith power to naitos Democratic. fn reference to I thu proposition" to talto the Ropublican vrjto in I INSO an :i biieip fur dotrnnininj; Ihu number of ti'Jieh uhall havo, he Raid: ult voiucl brinx tnrninioi'ftble contOfjts in the oon- vi-ntion and tin more harm pood, esiiecially where a diHtnct would Diit ft few VOK-H of enonph for u fractional delegate. Had hMhth n plan b'.'On f Allowed in dele- jiiiruH tii 'ho Chicago fonvcntion tho result might huve hoe 1 1 fiu7 tlifforuut from wlmt ir Biaino might have been nominated. I think it WHH u foi-tniKite tiling thut ho was not. Tln'i'i; are some nn'ti in thin country I would not voto for nndyr uny and one of them Jamuu O. lilaiue." A "Civil Scrrion Declared WASHiNriTON. Jan. The supremi' court of tuo U'niti-d States has rendered a decision declaring unconstitutional faction of the revised aud to that extent casting a cloud upon the no-called civil rights law. The opinion, whicn was prepared by Mr. Justice "Wood holds that tlie section is an infi t of tho reserved rights of the states, Tbe i tion impaired by thin decision provides thai if two or more persons in any state or territoi-y i conspire for the purpose o'f depriving any per- i son or crassof tin.- equal protection of the btws, or for the purpose of preventing tlie consti. 1 tuted authorities from securing M all persons the equal protection of tlio each of sui-h persons so otTending shall be punished by line or imprisonment, or boiiu on-from Loan. HAS SOMK OF TI1K FINEST :City and Suburban Property FIT -iilf. 7n inis in i; Ad.ires' ud- ilitini) t-'ipi'l-. liirijL-r part of [ir-ipi.Tty I a IT I TERMS TO SUIT PURCHASERS. I 65 First Ave.. Up-stairs. Susiittss jjofircs. LUTZ BROS.. i nmi JKstliMH, !lm- v7iK'k stlway- im liiiiic. Oliice nmi   who to blamo for tlio horrible calamity. John Ciilbert, the acior, is uoine licuor, but irt yet deliriouej nmi tbe cay that injuries are anrh t.lnu slionld be recover he will always bo an idiot. TI.e horrible fato of hiu wife haa not been told hiia Burned Whlxky. Jan. distillery, lo- cated nour Brtlie Vernon, Pennsylvania, and its etnck ntid npyurtonftnces were swept away b. fire, tbo lorta of property aggregating WYOMING. Jan. recont cold snap ia one of tho coldest in tho history of the terri- tory. Tho mercury has ranged from zero to 3T> below, with fllipht wind. The fall of snow butt btjen light, no that winter-cured PHWH on wliich cattle and nbcep feed while roamius tho plnins, was not cove-red. The jiuimals with- stind any temperature whiltifeod in abundant. Thu loHsew are ncai'Ccly ro notico. A few nickly calves in each hord havo HUC- CTiinbod, Sheop have HiiuTered none. The Hnow ie melt in jj lo-dny, which in pood for cat- tie that drifted fronurozcn ttrcanta out on tho pliiinrt. Thirty nulnon arc invoMtt-rl in tliirt territory in cattle, slieep and and, ab theae live" out all tho thi; weather is an important mattor. Stock-fp-owont are pleimcd with tho satiafaotory outcome of tho etorm. The Itlne and the 4; ray. WASHINGTON, Jan. Ornot is en- gaged in an earnest effort to induce Pmnident Arthur to appoint Gon, E. Johnston, formerly of tlie cqnfedonito army, to tbe po- Hiiion of commiaaioaor the Diutrict of Col- timbia. JEHSEV CITY, N. Y., Jan. eleven boxes of papers seized here Saturday night, at 1 tbe instance of Jay Gould, havo been placed .in i the keeping of a maslcr of chancery ponding 1 litiKatiou. All official of the Mutual i 1'mon company swore that the properly I   leave St Louis so suddenly, Mr. inquired tlio reporter. "T'uat, my replied Sir. Geb- hardt, uis none of your business." let us know, then, how yon enjoyed tlie trip from the west this cold weather? "If yea wish auy information ou that score vou can apply to the said Mr. Geb- Imrdt, ana with that ho whirled ou his heel i and walked awav. I I.offiurw Telcjrraph Bill. WASHTS-GTON, Jan. Logan's bill, reported to the senate, with favorable recommendation, requires telegraph companies to receive dia- pa'cbes from any person or from any othor line antl transmit tho same without favor or preju- dice. IN, Jan. enormous num- ber of petitions from workmen iu tobacco fac- tories, protesting against any reduction of ill1' import duty on tobacco l.'eyond that recom- mended by the tariff commission, being rocoivail by members of congress. Senator Cameron tiled eighteen such pi'titious, signed bv thousands of workmen in They fear a reduction will operate to throw la- borers in tobacco factories nut of employment, The tobacco lobbv now hert? are fearful tin: op- positioM of the laboring classes will beo'cii" v pronounced that congress will not be as liberal toward tbe Qianut'aeturers as it otherwise would be. WASHTNOTOX, Jan. bill of Mr. An- dcrson, of Kansas. agi'.'C'I upon by the houso agricultural committee empowws tlie presi- dent, with the consent of the senate, toappoint nine commissioners at S10 per day, whom- duty it shall be to thoroughly investigate tho movement of agricultural products f roin the points produced to their tinal market, the act- ual cost of their movenn-iit to the common carried, the charges to Ihe shipper by the car- rier, and all matters which practically aHect the difference between the pi-ice received by tho producer of tbo given article and tho price paid therefor by thn con-timer. m. Hlollan's FREIGHT TRANSFER Will ntlcuii tn General Freight M City Express Bnsiness Pr.ilMiilly. nmi llli-u-i-r- nl! "I nny lime. Offli-'il III .IniK' 't'ire. Tvli-l'll'mi' 57. T. M, GIBERSON, Attorney at Law, sed Icsnrance AgEBt. PHIL. H. FRANCIS, Attorney for U, S, Collection Agency. ROOM 14 POSTOFFICE BIOCK._ ___ Stoneiuaii. RicM Easiaa, Attorneys Solicitors, 41 Tu-l AVVIHII.. (Vilar ItiplJs, Ia. Kit t'arKonV Ch WASHINGTON, Jan. bill granting pon- Hinns to the children of ChriHtophcr Carbon, late lieiitonant cohmol and bravot brigadier general of tho United StHtoa army, WAS intro- duced ytibterelay by Delegate- Luna, of Now Mexico" IL for tho relief of the sons aud daughtcru of the famouH Hneout and hunter, Kit C'arpon, who are poor, ami now live in T.JM Ttic mother now dead, and the oldest daughter, Torcaiua Carrion Al- len, itt widow. Thu petition for a pension beary the Hignaturen of tho moat promixieut citizeua of ixw Vegas. BunditM In Xevadn. Crrr, Jan. at Gold Mountain and Silver Peak were raided by mountod and masked mon, who killed the pro- prietors and clerks and carried away all valu- abloa. dov. Butter on thelloar-Crupo Affair. WASHING TON, Jan. Butler, of Rfneaachunettg, is in the city. He reflined to bfi interviewed on general topics. He waa here, he flaid, aimplj on business before the anpreme conrt, and did not like to bo perman- ently projected before tho public. He was f naw governor, ho said, and wanted to go Letter. DUBLIN, Jan. Tho pope in ft letter to Cardinal McCalw. of which copies havo been Rent to all Iriuh biahopn, congi'atUiatos them i on iheir zoal in calming tho country aud gtud- J iny the people. He regretn that evil bociotiea have not coosed to triiht to doodu of crime, but seek remedied which lead to the destruction of tlio faithful Tlio people should be firmly persnaded that the national An Ice Bridge. Jan, ice bridge formed yeHterday at Niagara, aud hundreds of persona crowed in safety. Forty feet of the inclined railway on the American eide was torn and buried beneath tho ice. ul Attention Given to Patent, Im- im ansl Railrsad LiiisatioL HALL FOB RENT. Cedar Rapids Steamer Co. No. 1, Having Leased MANSFIELD'S HALL Fur tlie period of one year, are pre- pared to let it for sociables, fairs, hops, etc. For terms of rental, inquire of J. L. KreliB, Block; J. K. Brotvn, Tivoli EestiuiraLt. or F. Cobiini, Xo. 70 Nintli aveiiiie. i Music and prompter for bops furnished on short notice. F. SWAB BRO., i DKALHItS IN A IMc Be ward Offered. PANAMA, Jan. Panama Railroad company offered a reward of for the recovery of the stolen money belonging to the United States government aud the of the Creamery and Dairy Supplies. ASK I'OIt THE Eueenie- Jan. Eugenie has arrived It ia flaid the object of her visit to Paris is to the republic loexpol her. i EARLY BREAKFAST COOK STOYE, Tbe Best in the World.   

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