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   Lawrence Republican Daily Journal (Newspaper) - December 29, 1877, Lawrence, Kansas                                J SATURDAY DECEMBER THE BEPUBLICAH TERMS OF iMlly by per Do six A discount of 26 per cent will be made from the above when payment U made strictly In ad No dallies delivered by mall To city dally delivered by 25 cents per payable at the office or to the City WESTERN HOME TEHH8 OF Cue per six in clubs of ten or per annum Coal Vine ex plosion in Stan ton shaft today caused severe injuries by burns and flying missiles to seven One man named Dimmick is believed to be fatally in The mining surveyors were in the mine at the but escaped dam though thrown or ADVERTISING ErUBIJCAN DAILY One dollar per of ten lines r the first and seventyfive cents per for each subsequent WKHTEHX HUMK Two dollars per square for each Subscriptions Invariably In All should be addressed to JOURNAL Ofllce CO Massachusetts WANT Sale or Bead The Golden Gate Mining Company today consum mated a sale of their four the Father De Golden and to California capitalists for the handsome sum of This is the heaviest mining transaction that has occurred in the General La Ex President Grant and wife and son ar rived here today on the United States steamer from Sa lutes were exchanged between the ves sel and the Consular Agent of the United first waited on the who re ceived a visit of welcome on board the Vandalia from the Port Admiral and Advertisements under this of live lines I the Dllke of Oil the depart SS TRADE A LOT OF NURSERY TT stock for a horse and Inquire at 3ldtf FOR SALE OR FOR SALE OR LARGE TWO story dwelling nine fine bay House warmed throughout by an excellent heating furnace in the cellar blinds and screens to windows and Large lot and with shrubbery and flowers laige barn and cow All in good and fine Toa good tenant it will be rented on long at reasonable For particulars Inquire of Kil 229d3t Stockliolders ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK JL holders of The National Bank of Law for the election of Directors for the ensu ing will be held at banking house in the city of the 8th day of between the hours of ten and four oclock of said J29dtd Annual STOCKHOLDERS OF THE STATE JL Bank will take notice that the annual meet Ing will be held at their banking house in the city of on January for the purpose of electing seven Directors to serve the ensuing and for such other business as may be brought before the December ll9d30d BY TELEGRAPH Tress exclusively the Daily up to four oclock this Greenbacks closed in New York yes terday at on the heing the dollar below of the the yards Grant will land on Saturday in and lunch with the Duke and Duchess of Edin Three Children Burned to is just re ceived of a horrible accident in Mor gan Crawford Carl Moss and locked their three aged respectively twelve and and four in the house on Christmas and went to husk Shortly after they were apprised by a neighbor of the fact that their house was When they reached it it was wrapt in and their children were burned to a The mother frantically at tempted to rush into the but was forcibly The foggy morn ing prevented them from seeing the fire The El Paso Correspondence received at military headquarters de tails the surrender of Howard and his band at San the subsequent shooting of and At and the other substan tially as given in The rioters were reported to be packing up their effects and moving some over the and others Only five rioters were identified as and it is thought there were not over ten from that although the organized rioters were 350 and were ac companied by about 150 The garrison authorities have posted a large number of notices on both sides of the warning Mexican citizens against participating in the elegant residence of at Pine one of the handsomest in Duchess was destroyed by fire this morning with its The family had barely time to escape their Loss insurance The fire caught from the Cigar XakerH New mass meeting of cigar makers on a strike and their sympathizers was held tonight in Cooper Over persons were of the Ci gar Makers National and speeches were made in and Resolutions were adopted setting forth that the struggle would be kept up until living wages were given and the Union rec denouncing the tenement house system as an invention to renew chattel opposed to the spirit of the age and a free a meeting of stockholders of the Real Estate Savings this it was resolved to suspend at Assets are stated to be in round of bills receiv secured ou real and inter est accrued real es cash and Liabilities Due with bills capital stock and amount due Real Es tate Savings a concern out of which the present bank grew less than a year The cause of suspension is the great shrinkage in real estate values and the inability to realize on securi The real estate owned by the bank has been acquired by foreclosure of It is thought that de positors will be paid in and that the stockholders will also receive some The directors of the bank em suit against Simon Cameron for I breachtbf marriage Nothing hagLciuppublicly known concerning this suit until It now appears by the Evening Star that it was abandon ed in January or February the widow haying waived proceedings in consideration of Since the passage of the army bill the United States treasury has paid out over in the great er portion of which was paid as compen sation to the officers and men or the The treasury is now paying out over in gold on account of interest on the public debt due the first of January making in all over disbursed within the past six braced several quite wealthy the upper and lower Missouri valleys Diininisuma1 northerly followed by higher temperature stationary pres sure cloudy or partly cloudy weather with occasional light rain or The Fisheries vessels and thirtyseven men were lost by the Gloucester fishing fleet the past Herald special from gives the particulars of the murder of a man by name of Leach by a man named Olney at that place Both were prominent Front is expect ed here for an informal conference with the new ministry on the policy of Italy towards the Vatican and on the east ern Negotiations are proceeding for the reception of the Papal Nuncio in lietler Jk of the banking firm of Netler New who is at the Grand in this stated in an inter view as to the hypothecating feature of their that it was simply a question of interest that one firm in New York today has bor rowed on such securities for money loaned on and they in turn borrow money on them from insurance and trust Netler stat ed that the money they had owed was not to widows and but to Wall street who have gotten every dollar that we had to and corner ed us until we were compelled to lay down and There is no truth in the report that I had absconded with Gabriel Netler is with our lawyer in New Hostile Indians Xorth and Little treasurer of the Texas and California Stage Com pany is in receipt of a telegram from Dan assistant ent in western saying the In dians in that section seem so full of hellishness unless more troops soon reach no stage lines can maintained or people left The Indians attacked a coach in Bashey captured the four and killed both the driver and Gobe the division informa tion from Big Horn says two Nez Perces have come into having been in Sitting Bulls and report that a white scout is in the camp of hostiles as a The Nez Perces are anxious to leave Sitting and are slipping away whenever but are afraid to come away in a Dispatches from Fort Buford says Sifting Bull is report ed encamped on Rock and com mitting some chiefly on other The KaHtern correspondent at the headquarters of the Russian Rustchuk army says The snow is over two feet and all operations are sus Two soldiers and many beasts have Transport service to bridges crossing the Danube at Si tova and Petrashani is There are no sledges here to replace the wagons rendered useless by the The quartermaster department has declared that it cannot supply food for the cavalry One regiment of Cossacks is about to for Roumania to obtain The best authori ties concur in the opinion that the Rus sian bridges across the Danube must writes to the contradicting the account printed in the and said When I receive orders I execute them without The follow ing seems to be a correct version of Bressolss act He called the oflicers into his and communicated the instructions which seemed to indicate a coup d He also made a speech about how the orders were to be exe in case of insurrection or if the insurgents resort ed to the strategy of placing women and children in their the soldiers must fire La Bordere thereupon and re signed his and Min ister of on placed Brossels on the unattached and dismissed La Bordere for in Temps says When the Cabinet discussed tne Lim oges President MacMahon warm ly repudiated having ever contemplated a coup anddeclared that us far as was aware nothing was intended beyond a precaution against armed re which some newspapers had threatened should the government have demanded a The ICohni Whlwky dis patches of this morning contained a charge made by Chandler in bis letter attacking the other members of the Lou iiiiiiissjon had received rewards in the shape of ofti fair demand 1 western dull and moderate demand and unchanged new western raft ed steamer mixed 58c yellow 59c new and old mixed yellow 56Wc 2 and unchanged mixed western 85a40c white 86 jtfa42 J BALTIMORE PRODUCE quiet and a shade easier old mixed spot or December new NEW YORK MONEY NEW Gold sold throughout the at KENNEDY A BURPEES NEW BRICK Blacksmith Massachusetts opposite Goulds agricult ural implement lioth experienced Tlielr work Is well All lobs done In the beat without and at fair go in a few when communication will be completely cut off until the riv er is frozen enough to permit crossing Judge Law on the and if the winter is of of this was rewarded by nary field operations im the withdrawal of the prosecution Osman Pasha arrived at Btiagainst Jake Rehm for whisky Judge being interviewed characterized the so far as he was as utterly The case was he solely on the testimony and on the represen tation of government He had presented the case to the Attorney Gen eral and Secretary Sherman after his return from New and by them was referred to the local officers but hehad never mentioned Rehms name to President It is proper to state that the whole responsibility of the dismissal of the suit rests with the United States Court Judges and that their action was based on the representation counsel for Rehm and for on decisions in similar cases at Louis made dur ing the administration of President which were in some degree taken as German estimates for Don Paris corre spondent telegraphs It is reported that Don Carlos was ordered to quit France partlyin consequence of ex Queen Isabellas overtures to Those overtures are regarded as ex pressions of displeasure at the marriage of King James messenger of the office of the Comptroller of the has been arrested on a charge of robbing the United States The President today signed a free pardon of Prank convicted in November last of Cot Bank Commissioners have cut down the de posits of the Derry Savings Bank twen tyfive per This shrinkage is oc casioned by bad paper and poor invest It is stated that the bank will pay but four per interest on re maining VarioM New is under stood here that has been appointed special United States District Attorney for the preparation of old and delated A T the identified that of next year have been submitted to the Federal They exceed those of last year by The gov proposes an increase in the navy of marks in the ordina rv department and marks in the extraordinary The Emperor seems to have approved the substance of the propositions sub mitted by Bismarck respecting his com mercial and financial As soon as details can be satisfactorily there will be an increase of indirect tax and and an attempt toplace the Prussian finance and railway depart ments under the effective control of the imperial The latter meas besides making the German gov ernment paramount in mat is intended to pave the way to the Chancellors authority in other depart and accordingly will be opposed by some of the minor The better to overcome their resistance by popular and parliamentary some of the leaders of National Liberal party will probably be request ed to join the German and Prussian It is stated that the Eng lishman recently arrested on suspicion of had banded to the French government some German military pa pers which he obtained from a clerk in the war The appointment of Waddington asjfimster of Foreign Affairs in the FrrocH and the Marquis de Saint Valliere to be French to is an earnest of better reTaJ tions between Germany and The Marquis de Valliere is acceptable Railroad the meeting of the Southwestern Rate held here the question of the admittance of the Toledo t Ohio was freely and the proposition was submitted to the which Hopkins seemed to regard but he said he could not accept it and the matter was postponed to the next to be held at Chicago next at which figures will be submitted by both The ques tion of extending the pool as to take in parts of Kansas and Nebraska was also and a committee was appointed to devise a plan to maintain the rates on all business originating south of Council or a scheme by which the interests of the present Iowa pool and the Southwestern pool can be vice president and general manager of the Burlington Quincy chairman of this If the project is carried it is said it will result in the most gigantic railroad combination ever Members of the Soutwest ern Association are attending today at the meeting of the Louis and Texas General Freight Agents Asso possible Osman Pasha arrived at Bu charest on Wednesday His wound is progressing It is believed he will be wintered at Prince Charles of Roumania returned to Bu charest on Charfes of Roumania intends to join the troops operating against reply to the Fortes circular has not yet been but Layard has been instructed to soundthe Porte on sever al points relating to the conditions of The Advertiser publishes the following in official form We understand the Sultan has solicit ed the British government to approach the Czar with a view to bring about negotiations for and the British government has consented to do This announcement is officially con special from So fia reports that forty battalions of Turks have arrived at Pierob Minister Waddington has notified foreign governments that France will maintain a passive and an expectant attitude until the belligerents have opened and when her opinion is asked she will give it with tne candor authorized by He does not hesitate to say at once that she should not regard with indifference any changes in the in the agitation of the small surrounding states by questions which might be raised in connection with the purely eastern France is entirely disinterested relative to the Asiatic and even in regard to the re organization of Turkeys European She has no alliances or en and does not seek in its leading says The duty which England has undertaken is not embar rassed by any basis for any settlement of the and involves nothing more than the willingness of Russia to enter into the terms of peace being a matter for subsequent consid reinforce AKAMS Parlor Billiard The aim nf the Inventor In Introducing this delightful little titble has been to supply a want IOIIK felt of affording the means of an innocent and pleasant amusement for the Home and Par lor to be enloyed In the family The Table Is complete In all Its Including and and can be played on any parlor or dining The cushions are very elastic and en abling the mast difficult shots to h They are Indorsed by the leading billiard table manufacturers of the and Uie price Is so low as to be within the reach of Sent to any address on receipt of We oner large inducements to agents md Agents wanted In every For circular and Information address Inventor and Manufacturer 22 Adams LIBERTY Xotes from President has issued an order discontinuing the Sioux City land and directing its business and archives to be trans ferred to Des There are now less than acres of public lands in Iowa fully subject to disposal by the At the Cabinet session today Mex ican affairs were the subject of much though nothing new was E resented and no definite results fol It is probable that the question of recognizing Diaz will be formally considered next The Cabinet also gave attention to the wishes of the Nez Perces Indians to return to the United The government awaits fur ther advices before final The subcommittee of the House Com mittee on Territories todayheard an ent from Delegate Corlett of ition to the bill for Of the Territoryol based his opposition ments ordered for the Russian army exceed An Army of the numbering 90 is also being Russia has bought rifles in Markets by LOUIS PRODUCE better for medium which are wanted fall super extra XX family very dull and lower to sell 3 red hid 4 red higher for cash 45Ma higher easier best dairy pack eel scarce good demand at 20a25c all other grades plenty and only fresh wanted at quiet Dry salt easy clear small lots several round lota for future sold on private nom nominal LOUIS STOCK in good de mand for fat shipping grades ana butch ers stock shipping steers prime to choice fair to good light fair to choice butchers steers cows and heifers feeding steers stackers Receipts HOGS packing Receipts SHEEP good butchers de mand good to choice Receipts 29 The Greatest Living ROSE One of the Beauties of the and the Pet of the New York supported by the Lei is Morrison Dramatic Conpy In the greatest New York Brilliant Society Frou Played 250 consecutive nights at Dalys Fifth Av enue New and Reserved seats without extra at Rosss ticket 12aatd Hieretiring i sake and as thesuc pf ViscountVde tirifi0 AmhafimlAi liaJl 4Ita of had the in argument thatthe Black Hills country correspondent tel egraphs The Cabinet has determined to prosecute SubPrefect depart ment of the for insulting Presi dent to whom he wrote a letter of describing the President as a Marshal of France who was wanting in allegiance to his sworn Ultra Republican papers demand the impeachment of the late Roche bouet ministry for an alleged intended coup detat President MacMahon has expressed to President of the his uneasiness lest a prosecu tion of Prefects should result from an investigation of the electoral inquiry and create a revival of party and urged that his own conciliatory attitude should be recipro Dufaure assured him that if any prosecutions resulted from such inqui they would not be based simply on but on personal excesses official journal announces that Bressols has been 5laced on the unattached The onrnal Des Debats says this was done because Bressols exaggerated and misrepresented the tenor of orders he was instructed to communicate to his thus furnishing a pretext for the protest of La These orders had reference to measures of public safety foreseen and perma nently provided for in the regular du y i CHICAGO PRODUCE steady nnd un good demand and a shade lower 1 spring 2 casli or December 3 sprin an lower 43c cash or LIBERTY MONDAY AND TUESDAY December 31 and January McEvoys NEW HIBERN1CA Irish Brigade Band and Remodeled and enlarged for the present 18 VANDEVIL ARTISTS Great National Musical and Pictorial En FOUR IRISH END MEN The Beautiful The entire company appearing in Original and New Years Matinee at 2 Reserved seats admission j children 1225d5t ULK Business CHICAGO STOCK weak and low er plenty in market choice to extra steers fair to good feeders and stockers at butchers cows bulls steers Receipts and lower packing heavy shipping Receipts nearly nominal Receipts KANSAS CITY PRODUCE KANSAS lower and quiet 2 winter nominal 3 rejected 65c 2 spring 87c 3 quiet and lower 2 31c spot refected 25c ungraded quiet 2 dull 2 4lc rejected steady Agents who wish to Clear per Week Over All Expenses Should send at once for an outfit for Christian Voices and Ladles Journal of two flrstclass papers giving four large 24x30 Ofl Chromos as We will guarntee above amount to live QGufCSS KELLY 4fc Western publishers Christian Volws and La L es Journal of and proprietor of Chicago Chroiao and Frame 203 Randolph A GOOD CHANCE FOE A on the north has a lease or twentyfive acres of tbe rtcheti bottom all under an excellent state of cul with to run tbe and a good new twostory home on tbe a Onn lot of potatoes twentynvc stands of Italian In Laqgstroth aho a small flock of choice Dark Brahira fowteL from premium Other business demanding mv immediate I will close out all tit the above at a very low and give Immediate The lease will expire In tbe or but can be with apMov ed given U For ties ol the This is account is not of a permanent Healso the opposed the bill because it provides for including portion of WyoininiLwith 1Tr v for the new It that about a V 4 explanation of i had a Pativhe would fcfct yeai agoaindoV named Oliver brought KANSAS CITY STOCK KANSAS nominal and lower sales native steers cows etockcrs Re ceipU 113 shipments lOc at the clone sales Receipts NEW YORK PRODUCE NEW and slightly in buy ensfavor superfine western State good to choice common to good white wheat extra i firm and more active 8 sprinh 2 Chicago 3 Milwaukee SUMMIT 1 No i northwestern i below the on north GO TO FRANK COSLEVS City Euro ail   

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