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   Lawrence Republican Daily Journal (Newspaper) - February 15, 1877, Lawrence, Kansas                                DULY JOURNAL VOL THURSDAY FEBRUARY 283 Dally and TERMS OK Dally by per Do six Trlweckly by A discount of 25 pur will be made from the above when paymen is made ttnoUy in Daily delivered by 26 cents per TERMS OF One copy per person is authorized to contract any indebtedness on the account of the JOUBVAL without our written or JOURNAL Advertisements under thlt of Jive lines or Itti will lie inserted for twenty five centi each than Jive linei five a LADYS IOCKKTBOOK ON M A8 ftachusetta Wednesday containing a email sum of and eomc The linder please leave the same at thu and be auitably NOTE OK HAND KO11 A CON biderable aaade by parties m Apply at this AMOUNT OF In my The owner will be required lo prove property and pay lor this notice fl FOR ASD STOCK otiiiy music 1 FOll A IMiROVED stock or Krain ismii good house and or caard well watered jiltasant neighborhood uonvenleut to rtcboola and Price reasonable alldlw At Court FOll AT THE JOURNAL aUrst rute leuquire day aade lo buttoo largo lor the partys and ordered Bold by 3laUtl FiOR FOR our own suite JOUKHAL 3J5dtl JLI SALEAT THE JOURNAL old nfly cents per 31 lull FOR JOURNAL All of best the FOK 10 SOUTH WITH good 011 third door of JOURNAL T iQlI T10 LETTWO FIRST CLAS FRONT L Roomsin third J trice in the Corner VVocxlwuril 1 the Upper Mississippi and Lmcer Missouri YaUfys Falling souflierly cloudy and possibly occasional ram BYTBLEGEAPH Aiiocialed Prtii Dttpatchei exclusively tu tht Hailj vp to four oclock thil J bill re moving tho political disabilities of of A bill providing for the prepara tion and publication of a new edi tion of the revised statutes of tho United States Conkltng asked that tho bill to provide tor the distribution of iwards made under the Constitution between the United States and Mex ico bo passed but objection was made by who had a telegram from a constituent saying there was fraud in the and tie was now on the way to Washing Consideration waa resumed of the bill to amend the Pacific railroad so as to create a sinking fund for the liquidation of indebtedness due the government by the Pacific Railroad and Booth took the The question being on the amend ment of Booth providing that the to be paid by the companies to the credit of the sinking fund shall bo in addition to other pay was agreed to i2 to Tho bill was then laid aside anil the bill appropriating to de fray tho expenses of tae Electoral Sargent from the conference com mittee on tho bill appropriating to supply the deficiency hi the appropriation for printing and binding during tho current made a report fixing tho compensa tion for composition ot cents per 1000 ems and 40 cents per hour for time work in the Windom from the Committee on appropriations reported back the Executive Appropriation bill with sundry The Senate then took a recess till tomorrow at 10 Greenbacks closed in New York at at on the being on tho dollar below A bill has been prepared to tholPresidents finan oial views as expressed in his recent which it is said when pro will be supported by both A bill was introduced in the State Senate proposing to sur render certain claims of the State against the General taking in exchange the old Fort Harker which it is pro posed to turn into a reform A report comes from Cheyenne this morning that Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse with their respective bands are sueing for and are willing to surrender on the best at tainable They also agree to recognize the authority of Spotted recently selected chief in place of Red deposed by order of the military lor ask ed leave to offer a resolution direct ing the Secretary of the Treasury to report within ten days the actual amount of gold coin and bullion and silver coin and bullion now in the together with a de tailed statement of all outstanding obligations payable on demand in coin with the balance actually own ed by tho treasury available for tho resumption of specie and also whether any bonds or other in terestbearing obligations have been issued during the past or present year in the purchase of any such coin or Kasson Consideration was resumed of tbo resolutions reported by the special committee charged with tho investi gation of tho recent election iu and chairman of tho addressed the He stated that tho minority had been treated with great and any charge to tho contrary wus utterly A majority resolu tion declaring the Tilden electors duly elected was then Yeas nays party vote with the exception of who voted in the The House went into Committee of the Whole on the Naval Appro priation appropriating Halo moved to amend by increas ing the appropriation for the pay of ofilcers and seamen of the navy Irom appropriated in the bill to Without coming to a vote on the the Committee A conference report on the bill providing for tho deficiency in the appropriations for the support of the public printing office was agreed and the House then took a recess till this the evening session to be for the consideration of the Naval Appropriation Hccretiiry rimiicllvr Clerk Maw Notblnff WroiiK la Appropriation Tlie Nnpremo Cliand Secretary of tho was called uy the House Committee on Powers produced relating to tho resignation and application for roappointmont llosaid he sup posed Browstcrs letter of resigna tion was dated 4th and was received lfth or IGth did not know whether ho received it from the President or not did hot know it was autidftted anil wna not aware that Brewater had testified himself that ho wrote it It is tho practice of tho Department to accept as of tho time if tendered in that Was not tho application post dated in this instance to enable him to be eligible us an elector that I know of I did not even know ho was a secretary of Louisiana Senate and formerly minute clerk of the returning board examined at testimony resulted in this Ho doen not knowof any al teration of returns by any clerk or member of tho or by their direction has no knowledge ot auy papers being burned knows of no clerk making affidavit and heard of nothingof the kind while tho board was iu Tho changing of the returns iroin Vernon parish was one of those mysteries which wit ness cant The Judicial and Executive Ap propriation as reported to the is amended by the Commit tee on Appropriations so as to make all items for salaried conform to the amounts established by the law of last The bill as passed by the House provides for a general reduc tion of salaries to tho extent of about onetenth of amounts author ized by ths existing The Senate Committee also add to pay judgments ot the Court of Owing to the arduous duties of the five Judges of the Supreme Court on the Electoral the court instead of commencing business on the 19th pursuant to will probably take a further recess till the 2Gth AM VHfortunte excitement having been created re cently at Rising by the robbery of the citizens have been making efforts to prevent the Yesterday the body of a lit tle girl was Duried and her friends hired two men to watch the Iilayor Gillispie also sent two watch ers to the not knowingjof the action of the The result was a fusilade between the two sets of each being mistaken for One of the Mayors party was slightly while one of the other party reaeired a charge of shot in the BUI to meet tne Prefcl denfN bill has been drafted to tho rucommiiidations of the Presi dent in Inn receut special message with regard to early specie The bill submitted to him differs iu several respects from tho suggest ions of the but there is reason to believe he will not object to tiie The bili provides lor the use of l0 year tour per cent bonds as authorized by the act of 70 and the redemption act of July The amount of green backs to be funded with thesq bonds is limited to in any one A furth er say of greon to be withdrawn iu exchange for subsidiary and to this end the is to bo in creased to including the at presout Assurances have been given that the bill will meet the lavor of both sides of the House after the Presidential trouble shall have been The South Now 14 Mac key of South Carolina said to a cor respondent today I regard it as an absolute that Hayes will be declared and I have no doubt the Commission will hold that the votes of Louisiana and Oregon must be counted for I re gard the position of the Republicans in both of these states as perfectly I believe that Hayes as president will exert his powers the South and prove a benefactor to that The Judge has been addressing pub lic meetings in South called to hear him OM the political Kershaw iulluwed Judge Mackaey at one of the meetings and said that with Hayes as President justice will be done throughout the whole today arrested four counterfeiters who had a fine equipment of dies and molds for making ten and fiftycent of which they had a considerable supply when They also had a set of burglars Two supposed to be of the same were taken yeater day at Tin ouilnnntlon of CnrpeiUOM Ar gumentShall Temluiony be He to be ArjrrtfU TWO IIOIIMOU Upon the reassembling of tho Commission Carpenter resumed his contending that tho Con stitution of tho United States for bailo tho conferring of judicial pow ers upon the Returning Board of tho law of thn State which attempted to confer such powers was Ho said the statute requires the duplicate re turns to bo made within twentyfour but such returns were not made within fifteen He read from the rsport of Hoar and Wheeler to show that this delay could bo taken advantage of to change the Ho read from Lho same report and said that Wueolor would wake up astoaishid to tiud himself alectod by tho very means be He did not pretendto deny that outrages were perpetrated in but they were brougtu by illegal nets by which a govern ment was put upon and he denounced in bitter terms the four men acting as a returning board who foisted the Kellogg government through fraud and villainy upon the pooplo of A careful and thorough this case by this tribunal would dp more to re store peace to Louisiana than a whole regiment of Truinbull said he supposed they should now present the evidence of irregularity and illegality on the part of tho Returning The proof offered to be produced showed that Kellogg and others wornacased likewise of sins of omifesion and Tho question sprung up as to tho time to bo allowed for the argument ou tho admissibility of the evidence Edwards submitted the following That the counsel now be heard on the whole subject as the casa no stands and that four hours on each side be allowed Strong offered a counsel two hours on each side to argue the admissibility of Thurman moved au amendment making it three 7 to After some discussion the Ed munds proposition was Yeas nays The proposition of Judge Strong was agreed to without Judge Bradley inored that coun sel on either side may in ad ditiou to the two hours allowed to discuss the interlocutory question as to the admissibility of such additional time as they may to bo deducted from the four and a half hours allowed yesterday for general The Commission then took a re On Ti uinSull con tinued his ami was fol lowed by StoUfhton on tho Repub lican Schallabarger next addressed iho Commission on tho same The Commission then adjourned till to Swap Claims for a Reform Bill to deposit FnudM of the state Iu Sor mal Senate to day passed a concurrent resolution asking Congress to give Kansas the buildings and reservations of Fort Harker on condition that the State release all claims for the Price and Indian The object is to make tho Fort buildings into a Reform It also passed the House resolutions to allow the Masons and Odd Fellows the use of the Capitol tor meetings of the general The bill to deposit the funds of tho State in teu banks passed by a vote of 21 to The bill providing for a uniform system of county normal institutes was passed and appropriated for that Telegraphic Motet Through the malicious tearing up of the track yesterday on the Iron Mountain a train was the fireman killed and the engineer seriously of Now has gone to Mexico with some obtained on forged cotton A terrible colliery explosion in which 55 men lost their lives is re ported from one of the robbers of the Northampton bank of Massa chusetts WM arrested in New York THE Propoialifor PeaceSilling Bull and Hone will Submit on tho Beat Attainable Sioux Charging Horse and arrived from the Spotted Tail Agency ou the 9th having left tho hostile camp ou They report Crazy with all the hostilos except tho ou Tongue near the mouth of Prairie Dog creek that Sitting with his is on this side of tho Yellowstone en route to join them that all desire to make peace on the best terms and that they themselves aro the official couriers to notify Crook that such are the The hostiles furthermore desire that Spotted Tail may visit them in person and bring some to bacco in proof of the sincerity of tho They express a willing ness to come in with Spotted Spotted Tail himself places confi dences in tho truth of these state ments and has no doubt that ho will bo able to bring them all Runners report that there are great numbers of buffalo near the hostile camp and that the country thereabouts is covered with deep tho crust of which will boar a Crook and staff arrived at Fort Laramio last where ho will remain for tho Telegraphic counsel for tho Western Union Telegraph Company this morning asking for an injunction to tho Baltimore Ohio railroad and tho Atlantic Pacific Telegraph Company from using and operating the lines formerly operated by the Western Union Telegraph Company and tho Baltimore Ohio The hearing is set lor clerk in the office of the First Auditor of the was arrested this afternoon ou a charge of imparting information to claim agents of the amounts of unclaimed interest due to various persons holding United States Telegraphic Produce HUady Srin liigber loW iiiAiiinni grades scarce full 60 extra XX XXX lower 2 tail bid cbfirh titul IYbruary March CUBJ March 4 Corn n atmde higher 38Ja38Jc cash n9ija89c March 43Ja B48lc Data firmer 36Jo cash 37o asked Rye steady Barley dull 15 spring dull weaker dairy Eggs lower fresh Pork lower asked cash and Feb ruary bid sales 10 Bulk tnoiUo flatshoulders 5jc asked biu Baled April clear nb 8io asked Sjjc Bacon steady Lard dull naked March 25 prairie Quiet Louie Jattlo February steady choice to fancy steers good to prime light cows and heifers Receipts light shipping to good Yorkers packing extra heavy Receipts Chicago Produce February unsettled active but weak I spring 2 cash sales closed at March 3 Corn fairly active and u shade lower cash 41 Jc March 45jjo bid Chicago Cattle February receipts firm and steady choice good medium stockers interior Dull and weak 15a25o lower good to choice heavy paeking light smooth packing and shipping good to choice shipping In good de mand and 15a25c higher extra fat heavy common Baltimore Produce western mixed new 5Gc steam Sew Fork Money NEW February opened with Mies in the in lerim at LAWRENCE 52 General Bankingand Savings Initl UUiUNHON JOHN President uuountlnK lo one dollar ana ovo will bo received at tho banking house durla tho usual banking and will draw Inures t at seven per per to be paid eeml In the months of April andOotobej In and If not withdrawn will be add andaraw intorostthoaamo as tho prinoip Intercut Allowed ou Time alr2dl A DAY We warrant n man a day using our WELL AUGER AND DRILLS In good Descriptive book sent Jllr Ausjer Md Unquestionably the best sttslained work kind in the Harpers Koticet of the The Magazine has attained Its one quarter centutv and moiu ot existence to that point where it may be said of in the words of It is vain to blame and useless to The lustre of its longagoattained reputation has increased as the yearn have and its future seems as bright if not Drighter than at any time since the golden hue of prosperity settled a ound its later and beat Harperi Monthly is marked by the 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